#silverstripe IRC Log

IRC log for 10 August 2015

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1: [00:00:30] <Colin[pi]> Kingy: yeah has pros and cons
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3: [00:00:36] <Colin[pi]> pros being I can work whenever I want
4: [00:00:46] <Colin[pi]> cons being I'm never really away from work :\
5: [00:00:56] <Stomach> adrexia - hmm ill try, how are you doing it?
6: [00:01:14] <adrexia> adding it to searchable fields
7: [00:01:28] <adrexia> private static $searchable_fields = array(
8: [00:01:29] <adrexia> 'Created',
9: [00:01:46] <adrexia> that's the side filter anyway
10: [00:02:05] <adrexia> the gridfield just has the usually searchable header thing
11: [00:02:38] <adrexia> hmm
12: [00:02:48] <adrexia> I wonder if I'm missing a gridfield component
13: [00:04:35] <Ryan-Toast> Thoughts on generic contact template? http://webdough.co.nz/~boilerpl/contact/
14: [00:04:55] <spronk> looks alright
15: [00:04:55] <spronk> though
16: [00:05:09] <spronk> i dont really like email and phone being next to each other
17: [00:05:32] <Ryan-Toast> How come?
18: [00:05:34] <spronk> hmm
19: [00:05:40] <spronk> well first/last is logical
20: [00:05:42] <spronk> but email and phone...
21: [00:05:53] <Ryan-Toast> Oh, in the form
22: [00:06:04] <spronk> also
23: [00:06:10] <spronk> labels for those things in the box above are kinda redundant
24: [00:06:55] <spronk> feel like you could do more with that bit too
25: [00:06:56] <Ryan-Toast> Which things?
26: [00:07:13] <spronk> the vcard-esque area
27: [00:07:48] <spronk> its quite thin
28: [00:07:53] <spronk> and its very thin at the mobile breakpoint
29: [00:07:56] <Ryan-Toast> They only display if you have them entered.
30: [00:08:06] <spronk> hmm?
31: [00:08:09] <spronk> i meant the labels
32: [00:08:15] <spronk> like, xxx@xxx.net is always an email addres
33: [00:08:16] <Ryan-Toast> Ah, yup :)
34: [00:08:16] <spronk> no ambiguity
35: [00:08:18] <spronk> same with a phone number
36: [00:08:24] <spronk> addresses are different story, but yeah
37: [00:09:18] <Kingy> if I have blah.com/page/reset how do I get it to redirect back to /page.. $this->redirectBack() is taking me back to /
38: [00:13:51] <Ryan-Toast> spronk: how’s that?
39: [00:14:17] <spronk> hmm?
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41: [00:14:33] <spronk> street addresses are ambiguous as to postal vs physical
42: [00:14:36] <spronk> phone numbers are only ambiguous if there are more than one of them :)
43: [00:15:08] <Ryan-Toast> spronk: I may do a check, and if they’re both entered then it will display the labels.
44: [00:15:17] <Ryan-Toast> Otherwise it will just show the address.
45: [00:15:29] <spronk> just my thought anyway
46: [00:17:41] <Ryan-Toast> spronk: cheers for the thoughts :)
47: [00:32:12] <spronk> all g
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49: [00:59:34] <UncleCheese> what's the irc thing to buy someone a beer?
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55: [01:09:49] <Stomach> irogue nice work on making the forum slightly more secure than before
56: [01:09:50] <Stomach> :D
57: [01:10:00] <zippy> Using mandrill with silverstripe, - https://github.com/lekoala/silverstripe-mandrill the goto module?
58: [01:10:19] <Stomach> zippy yep
59: [01:10:39] <zippy> >> New extended email class
60: [01:10:57] <zippy> so would need to change that, or can you drop in the module, set the config and use existing cod
61: [01:10:58] <zippy> *code
62: [01:11:36] <irogue> Stomach: haha, just slightly :P
63: [01:12:41] <zippy> Hmmm have they changed the free plan? so you just get 2,000 emails and then start having to pay.... https://www.mandrill.com/pricing/
64: [01:12:51] <zippy> I thought it used to be like, 10k a month free or something
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66: [01:13:45] <zippy> yea used to be 12k free a month..
67: [01:14:30] <Stomach> thats dumb
68: [01:14:36] <Stomach> but I guess money and stuff
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71: [01:17:11] <zippy> balls
72: [01:18:22] <zippy> that really rips my undies
73: [01:18:54] <irogue> zippy: AWS SES is 62k per month for the first 12mo on free tier
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75: [01:19:52] <Olliepop> Any SS forum contributors here? https://github.com/silverstripe/silverstripe-forum/pull/156
76: [01:20:40] <irogue> Olliepop: yep Stomach has just pointed me to that
77: [01:20:57] <Olliepop> iroque: Neat
78: [01:21:03] <Olliepop> irogue * haha
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82: [01:25:57] <spronk> mandrill is still cheap compared to sendgrid, socketlabs, postmark
83: [01:26:46] <zippy> spronk: well, sendgrid has a free 12k plan
84: [01:27:06] <spronk> hmm
85: [01:27:06] <spronk> yeah
86: [01:27:20] <spronk> but above that its pricey as hell
87: [01:27:22] <zippy> and only need to send 200 a month, but don't want to use the host
88: [01:27:32] <spronk> ah
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90: [01:33:32] <spronk> anyone know any good devs that might want to swap jobs in chch? non-ss but a decent amount of php.. ?
91: [01:35:19] <irogue> Olliepop, Stomach: there's a test failure (https://travis-ci.org/silverstripe/silverstripe-forum/jobs/74850466)
92: [01:36:44] <Ryan-Toast> Stomach: on Deadmou5 playing DotA2: This either going to end up with another celebrity to endorse Dota 2 or possibly the first example of sentient salt-based lifeform.
93: [01:36:46] <zippy> lol job swap
94: [01:37:08] <spronk> heh, that does sound like a strange concept
95: [01:37:22] <spronk> but dont actually mean it like wife swap. more like... leave their current job and work here :p
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97: [01:47:44] <Olliepop> irogue: Just pushed #157 to fix that
98: [01:47:56] <irogue> ta :) I'll wait for tests and then take a look
99: [01:53:45] <zippy> lol
100: [01:55:18] <Hailwood> Does anyone have a nice way of converting an ISO country code (stored from CountryDropdownField) to it's relevant name?
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103: [01:58:12] <Stomach> Olliepop - failing tests
104: [01:58:12] <Stomach> https://travis-ci.org/silverstripe/silverstripe-forum/builds/74852312
105: [01:59:08] <adrexia> "Deleting Forum Post deletes Member with correlating ID" Wow that's a pretty critical bug
106: [01:59:49] <Ryan-Toast> adrexia: nah, should be sweet.
107: [01:59:56] <adrexia> lol
108: [01:59:59] <Ryan-Toast> :P
109: [02:00:14] <adrexia> 'we didn't like this post some guy did, so we deleted your user'
110: [02:00:28] <Ryan-Toast> adrexia: I’m sorry Dave, I can’t allow you to post that.
111: [02:00:43] <adrexia> haha
112: [02:00:44] <irogue> adrexia: just a little bad
113: [02:01:17] <adrexia> you'd get past it pretty quickly in larger forums
114: [02:01:28] <adrexia> ...until you went to delete all the old posts
115: [02:01:51] <irogue> yeah, I suspect thats why it hasn't been found before. ss-forum isn't actually used very much, and the main user is (I suspect) ss.org
116: [02:01:53] <adrexia> /accidently deletes all users
117: [02:02:06] <adrexia> yep, I thiunk taht's true
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119: [02:02:27] <adrexia> the otehrs that used to use it found spam an issue....and well... people just don't really use forums as much tehse days
120: [02:02:41] <helenclarko> lol, may explain why ss.org forum went down a week or two back.
121: [02:03:32] <zippy> maybe it'd be better to write a bridge between SS and a more popoular forum framework
122: [02:03:39] <zippy> one less big thing to maintain
123: [02:03:45] <irogue> zippy: or just ditch forums (imo)
124: [02:03:59] <zippy> well you still want a forum on ss.org right
125: [02:04:02] <irogue> I'd prefer to just have ss.org pull in a list of stackoverflow posts
126: [02:04:06] <zippy> tru
127: [02:04:15] <antmas> mm
128: [02:04:19] <zippy> and the google groups for discussions
129: [02:04:22] <antmas> forums are kinda... dying?
130: [02:04:52] <spronk> ughhhhh stackoverflow
131: [02:05:08] <spronk> its half wasteland
132: [02:05:17] <antmas> mm
133: [02:05:23] <antmas> needs some kind of nub filter
134: [02:06:13] <spronk> mm..
135: [02:06:52] <zippy> wife doing some baking, and block of whittakers white chocolate got melted in the sun.....
136: [02:07:05] <zippy> damn thats smooth, could drink that down
137: [02:07:19] <spronk> oo
138: [02:07:26] <zippy> I am tempted to by a block and stick in a cup and melt it down, mmm that sugar rush
139: [02:07:31] <zippy> *buy a block
140: [02:07:36] <antmas> blegh
141: [02:07:39] <antmas> white chocolate
142: [02:07:49] <antmas> it's like a blog of sugary lard
143: [02:08:37] <spronk> nah
144: [02:08:39] <spronk> white chocolate is awesome
145: [02:08:45] <spronk> milky bars are on me!
146: [02:08:52] <spronk> though milky bars are foul as fuck
147: [02:08:54] <spronk> but hey
148: [02:09:23] <helenclarko> Milky bars taste like dish soap.
149: [02:09:49] <helenclarko> But white chocolate is great.
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152: [02:15:16] <antmas> booo
153: [02:15:22] <antmas> ALTHOUGH
154: [02:15:30] <antmas> I will admit I don't mind hershey's
155: [02:15:47] <irogue> whittakers is the only white chocolate I like
156: [02:15:58] <irogue> it still tastes like chocolate, rather than just pure sugar
157: [02:17:35] <antmas> I don't really like whittakers
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159: [02:17:53] <antmas> kinda tastes soapy and overly cocoa-y
160: [02:18:01] <zippy> so if I want to run something on the command line, it has to be via a controller?
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163: [02:34:39] <irogue> Olliepop: let me know if you need a hand with fixing that failed test, we'd like to get your fix in today so we can announce both together and people only have to update once :)
164: [02:43:40] <Olliepop> @iroguq Just fixed it, pushing now
165: [02:43:45] <Olliepop> irogue * sorry
166: [02:44:00] <Olliepop> iroque Running my tests again to be sure :)
167: [02:46:46] <ss-helper> Re: [silverstripe-dev] Re: Clearly, we should also have "should we drop PHP 5.4 support in SS4?" thread as well :-) - https://groups.google.com/d/msg/silverstripe-dev/7mVvhNNeNps/bM1Jhz9HJgAJ
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169: [02:49:57] <Olliepop> irogue: There we go https://github.com/silverstripe/silverstripe-forum/pull/157
170: [02:51:28] <Hailwood> I have a has_one relationship to a "Continent" data object from a "Country" data object - if I have a modeladmin to manage countries, how can I create a dropdown in the searchfields to list all continents so I can filter to only countries in a specific continent?
171: [02:52:50] <Hailwood> I tried adding 'Continent.Title' to the searchable_fields static, but that gives me a textfield, so I tried setting the field type to dropdown, but of course the dropdown is then empty.
172: [02:53:17] <Olliepop> irogue: The last commit which passed the test re-introduced the bug. Closing PR, will write a test to validate the member deletion bug and will resubmit
173: [02:55:51] <irogue> cool
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175: [03:10:02] <antmas> Ryan-Toast: no danae-toast today?
176: [03:10:07] <Ryan-Toast> antmas: Sick
177: [03:16:47] <ss-helper> Re: [silverstripe-dev] Re: Clearly, we should also have "should we drop PHP 5.4 support in SS4?" thread as well :-) - https://groups.google.com/d/msg/silverstripe-dev/7mVvhNNeNps/Xg8spaEEAwAJ
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179: [03:20:42] <antmas> everyone is sick
180: [03:20:44] <antmas> :(
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182: [03:21:12] <irogue> can confirm
183: [03:21:13] <irogue> am sick
184: [03:22:04] <Stomach> me too :(
185: [03:22:39] <antmas> hmmm
186: [03:22:44] <antmas> 3.0 site
187: [03:22:55] <antmas> should I wait to pick up upgrade project for 4.0?
188: [03:23:03] <Stomach> nope
189: [03:23:12] <antmas> or 2 projects, 3.1 then 4.0?
190: [03:23:16] <Stomach> yep
191: [03:23:24] <Stomach> its always easier to increment up 1 step than two
192: [03:23:31] <antmas> yeah true
193: [03:23:56] <antmas> last quote for 3.0-3.1 was expensive :P
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195: [03:24:05] <antmas> might do more of it myself
196: [03:24:59] <Ryan-Toast> antmas: more of what?
197: [03:25:08] <helenclarko> I did a 2.4 to 3.1 upgrade. I saw the quote and almost died.
198: [03:25:08] <antmas> Ryan-Toast: the upgrade
199: [03:25:27] <Ryan-Toast> antmas: Ah, right.
200: [03:25:32] <zippy> it's just 0 and 1s, how can it cost that much
201: [03:25:39] <antmas> helenclarko: mm, I'm having to get a quote for 1/2 the work and the other 1/2 is mine
202: [03:25:45] <Ryan-Toast> just tip tap on the keyboard, and you’re done.
203: [03:25:51] <antmas> zippy: it's just HTML right?
204: [03:26:29] <helenclarko> haha, after upgrading myself. I understand why 1's and 0's cost so damn much.
205: [03:28:02] <antmas> I have time to do like 1/4 of it :|
206: [03:28:16] <zippy> need one of these to code faster..
207: [03:28:16] <zippy> http://n3.sdlcdn.com/imgs/a/t/5/large/Envent-Designer-Keyboard-for-beginners-SDL355976937-1-c894b.JPG
208: [03:29:28] <helenclarko> I really dont want to rewrite 2.4 addons to work with 3.1 again. Really is quite upsetting when the creator of an addon updates the addon for 3.1, but removes a big feature.
209: [03:30:31] <helenclarko> well maybe not a big feature haha, just one that I had been using.
210: [03:30:54] <irogue> antmas: at this point I'd probably upgrade to 3.2
211: [03:31:52] <Ryan-Toast> irogue: stable enough?
212: [03:36:46] <irogue> stable release should be in a month or so
213: [03:42:46] <Ryan-Toast> Coolio.
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219: [04:01:56] <Hailwood> Can you do ->filter() by relation count? e.g. if a House has_many Window something like House::get('House')->filter('Window.Count >= 1') (I know that won't work).
220: [04:04:20] <Olliepop> irogue: https://github.com/silverstripe/silverstripe-forum/pull/158
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222: [04:04:23] <travis-ci> silverstripe/silverstripe-framework#5547 (3.1 - 5c3bf3d : Sam Minnée): The build passed.
223: [04:04:23] <travis-ci> Change view : https://github.com/silverstripe/silverstripe-framework/compare/a28bf97cf4bf...5c3bf3d0a21b
224: [04:04:23] <travis-ci> Build details : https://travis-ci.org/silverstripe/silverstripe-framework/builds/74858631
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228: [04:15:14] <irogue> Olliepop: broken in postgres - need to wrap each of the table and column names in double quotes
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230: [04:15:52] <irogue> (for manual sql queries)
231: [04:19:28] <spronk> oh wow
232: [04:19:32] <spronk> that flag consideration set
233: [04:19:36] <spronk> terrible.
234: [04:19:44] <irogue> ?
235: [04:19:52] <spronk> https://twitter.com/kimbakerwilson/status/630591060557737984
236: [04:20:01] <spronk> who chose that shit
237: [04:20:44] <spronk> i mean
238: [04:20:47] <spronk> half of them are more or less hte same :|
239: [04:21:26] <spronk> there are FOUR colour variants of kyle lockwood's design
240: [04:23:31] <irogue> https://www.govt.nz/browse/engaging-with-government/the-nz-flag-your-chance-to-decide/open-letter
241: [04:23:56] <spronk> sigh
242: [04:24:40] <Colin[pi]> is it actually going to change? or is it "nah we'll just humour everyone and think about it but not really"
243: [04:25:09] <irogue> Colin[pi]: its basically the government going "look over here at the flag debate, not at the economy!"
244: [04:25:15] <Colin[pi]> irogue: oic
245: [04:25:15] <spronk> yeahh
246: [04:25:17] <spronk> at this point
247: [04:25:21] <Colin[pi]> so, standard bs then
248: [04:25:25] <spronk> there are only two flags in thre i could see the general public voting for
249: [04:25:26] <irogue> actually a surprisingly effective distraction
250: [04:25:29] <spronk> the plain silver fern
251: [04:25:32] <spronk> and the original kyle lockwood
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254: [04:26:08] <spronk> they missed out on some really decent options like http://flagpost.nz/flags/21514/, in favour of colour variants on the same flagf.
255: [04:28:30] <irogue> or this beauty http://flagpost.nz/flags/10180/
256: [04:29:57] <Stomach> what the fuck is beatrice faumuina doing on that panel
257: [04:30:04] <spronk> ikr
258: [04:30:13] <spronk> and rod drury
259: [04:30:34] <Stomach> why don't we have some fucking professors of something there from our universities
260: [04:30:48] <irogue> cos businessmen > *
261: [04:30:54] <Colin[pi]> Stomach: because they don't really give a shit it seems
262: [04:32:59] <Stomach> yeah pretty much
263: [04:33:20] <Colin[pi]> big waste of time and money, like any of the flag things we've had too
264: [04:35:20] <Hailwood> Seriously, I cannot find any way to limit a query to only return results that have a relation
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266: [04:39:06] <Stomach> is it a has_one Hailwood ?
267: [04:43:53] <Hailwood> Stomach, has_many
268: [04:44:06] <Hailwood> has_one would be easy, has_many not so much :(
269: [04:44:31] <Hailwood> House has_many Window - I want to get all Houses that have at least one Window
270: [04:44:54] <Hailwood> (I'm trying to avoid the dungeon ;))
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273: [04:46:51] <ss-helper> Re: [silverstripe-dev] Re: Clearly, we should also have "should we drop PHP 5.4 support in SS4?" thread as well :-) - https://groups.google.com/d/msg/silverstripe-dev/7mVvhNNeNps/Md4UJFBOJgAJ
274: [04:47:50] <jakx> mydomain.com/MyCustomer_Controller/action is giving me "You must log in with your CMS password in order to view the draft or archived content..." wtf?
275: [04:48:59] <ss23> "I'm up for supporting PHP 5.5 and Up. Simply because regardless of which platform you develop on, you'll most likely end up deploying you code on a Ubuntu server."
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277: [04:53:13] <spronk> haha wut
278: [04:54:01] <helenclarko> Looks like most servers are running 5.5 and above. Still cant believe one of our company websites is sitting on a server with php 5.2, still has a ss 2.4 site on it.
279: [04:55:40] <spronk> debian 7 is 5.4 isnt it?
280: [04:57:02] <helenclarko> Yea looks like 5.4.
281: [04:57:20] <spronk> most of our servers are still deb7
282: [04:57:48] <helenclarko> There is upgrade instructions to php 5.5
283: [04:57:54] <helenclarko> http://stackoverflow.com/questions/27413509/debian-wheezy-upgrade-php-5-4-to-5-5
284: [04:58:31] <helenclarko> not really required though
285: [04:58:56] <irogue> remember that SS4 isn't coming anytime soon :P
286: [04:59:22] <Hailwood> Any ideas Stomach?
287: [04:59:28] <spronk> define 'anytime soon'?
288: [04:59:38] <spronk> deb7 will be around for a looong time still
289: [05:00:03] <irogue> spronk: about a year away
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291: [05:00:11] <spronk> what did php5 add
292: [05:00:15] <spronk> generators? password-hash?
293: [05:00:27] <spronk> ::class
294: [05:00:38] <spronk> not really essential
295: [05:00:58] <irogue> the biggest issue is third-party libraries that have a minimum of 5.5, as per the thread
296: [05:01:08] <spronk> hmmmm
297: [05:02:09] <irogue> Flysystem (asset abstraction) being a big one
298: [05:02:28] <spronk> hmm
299: [05:02:28] <spronk> yeah
300: [05:02:38] <spronk> looking at EOL table, 5.4 is dead in a month
301: [05:02:44] <spronk> even 5.5 is almost dead
302: [05:03:01] <irogue> yup - which is why it makes not much sense to support 5.4 in something being released in a year's time
303: [05:03:48] <irogue> I totally get the "but its what our distro supports" thing - hell, that's been SS Ltd's argument against requiring PHP >5.3 for ages
304: [05:03:50] <spronk> whats the plan for supporting 3.x?
305: [05:04:30] <irogue> "What we haven't done yet is clarify when 3.x support will end. Perhaps we should nail that down at this time also?"
306: [05:07:44] <jakx> irogue, woah. how different is 4 from 3.x?
307: [05:09:22] <Ryan-Toast> Jakx: It’s made in .NET
308: [05:09:23] <irogue> jakx: hopefully, it will be quite a bit different :P
309: [05:09:53] <jakx> Ryan-Toast, lol. Good, I can dust of the ol' skills.
310: [05:10:16] <irogue> nah man, ASP Classic
311: [05:10:24] <jakx> Ryan-Toast, might see if I can find that O'Rielly book I bought that one time.
312: [05:10:39] <irogue> with an MS Access backend
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314: [05:11:26] <irogue> sminnee can dust off his old skills
315: [05:11:39] <irogue> https://web.archive.org/web/20011103091558/http://totallydigital.co.nz/people/samminnee/index.html
316: [05:11:49] <spronk> lul
317: [05:12:11] <spronk> ugh php
318: [05:12:16] <spronk> how about another vote for
319: [05:12:19] <spronk> port SS to another language
320: [05:12:20] <spronk> :D
321: [05:12:38] <spronk> then we can make a website to accept community suggestions for those languages
322: [05:12:45] <spronk> and select a panel from our mates to get the best 40
323: [05:12:50] <spronk> and then put four of them to a vote@
324: [05:12:54] <spronk> !*
325: [05:13:02] <irogue> spronk: don't say that too loudly around the SS office, people might actually do it
326: [05:13:15] <jakx> spronk, I vote block.ly
327: [05:13:16] * spronk was trying to draw attention to how terribly bad the flag thing is :p
328: [05:13:31] <irogue> pretty sure Stig and a couple of others are just itching to rewrite it in Go
329: [05:13:36] <Stomach> Hailwood - the best you can do is probably a custom SQL query
330: [05:13:44] <spronk> owat
331: [05:13:45] <spronk> rly?
332: [05:13:50] <spronk> i'd almost support that..
333: [05:13:58] <spronk> though fucking go
334: [05:14:06] <Stomach> or get all windows, then loop through them and get the houses and add them to an arraylist
335: [05:14:08] <spronk> ADD GENERICS ALREADY FFS
336: [05:14:10] <Stomach> then dudupe that arraylist
337: [05:14:46] <spronk> can't you do a join
338: [05:14:48] <spronk> ?
339: [05:15:01] <spronk> like
340: [05:15:02] <spronk> a right join
341: [05:15:07] <spronk> but select no joined columns
342: [05:15:08] <Hailwood> Stomach, return House::get('House')->alterDataQuery(function(DataQuery $query, DataList $list){ $query->innerJoin('Window', 'Window.HouseID = House.ID');});
343: [05:15:12] <Hailwood> that seems to work
344: [05:15:19] <Stomach> mint
345: [05:16:01] <Hailwood> I do wonder how hard it would be to add a filter into silverstripe so you could be like RelationCountFilter:2 or something
346: [05:16:52] <jakx> So I quickly changed dev environments yesterday, and now my uri attempts at things like /MyCustom_Controller/action are giving me a 403. Does anyone have an idea what might be causing it?
347: [05:16:52] <ss-helper> Re: [silverstripe-dev] Re: Clearly, we should also have "should we drop PHP 5.4 support in SS4?" thread as well :-) - https://groups.google.com/d/msg/silverstripe-dev/7mVvhNNeNps/2KSSwN1jCwAJ
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351: [05:20:39] <irogue> https://twitter.com/danylmc/status/630606643508580352
352: [05:20:40] <irogue> bahaha
353: [05:20:49] <irogue> ^ spronk
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356: [05:22:59] <spronk> hah
357: [05:23:49] <spronk> hilarious
358: [05:23:53] <spronk> so true
359: [05:26:18] <spronk> has nobody on the flag panel been told how ludicrous the maori-ised union jack is ?
360: [05:26:27] <spronk> how did that even get there
361: [05:26:44] <irogue> it seems potentially offensive to both british and maori
362: [05:26:58] <spronk> oh my god. it's such a ridiculously stupid idea
363: [05:27:42] <spronk> i still think a kiwi would be a better flag. or this: http://flagpost.nz/flags/21514/
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365: [05:29:58] <Stomach> hahaha irogue :D
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370: [05:44:20] <ccburns> Hey guys - I am building a /dev/task that outputs an Excel file. Unfortunately dev tasks adds a header to the output which corrupts the downloaded excel file… I can comment this out in /framework/dev/TaskRunner.php - line 77 but wondering how I would do this and not change any files from the framework directory. Suggestions?
371: [05:48:05] <Stomach> can you run the task then do a redirect to the file instead of trying to output it directly from the task?
372: [05:50:19] <irogue> I've generally used a custom controller for it
373: [05:51:31] <ccburns> Stomach: the header will still be in the output and corrupt the file. Thanks though
374: [05:52:01] <ccburns> irogue: do you have an example I might be able to look at to understand what your saying
375: [05:53:14] <ccburns> We had the export set up as a method on the page controller but we wanted to move it into /dev/tasks to ensure it was more secure… (i.e. Admin only)
376: [05:53:40] <irogue> ccburns: just do a permission check at the top of that method
377: [05:54:11] <ccburns> Yeah - I thought about that as I typed the last statement
378: [05:57:43] <ccburns> Thanks
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380: [05:58:55] <irogue> haha, this sounds good: https://pbs.twimg.com/media/CMBe6teUsAETOXj.png:large
381: [05:59:47] <spronk> lol
382: [05:59:49] <spronk> lololol
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384: [06:01:32] <Colin[pi]> irogue: o_O
385: [06:03:07] <irogue> Colin[pi]: that something you buy? ;)
386: [06:05:41] <Colin[pi]> irogue: yeah man,when I get back from the supermarket I just can't wait to whip out my knob
387: [06:06:10] <irogue> #nocontext
388: [06:06:38] <Colin[pi]> ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)
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390: [06:10:24] <Stomach> luncheon is the best meat
391: [06:13:19] <camfindlay> Stomach: seg?
392: [06:13:26] <Stomach> seg?
393: [06:13:32] <Stomach> wha
394: [06:13:35] <Stomach> o_O
395: [06:13:43] <camfindlay> it’s a brand of luncheon
396: [06:14:07] <Stomach> I am obviously out of the meat loop
397: [06:14:08] <Stomach> :D
398: [06:14:17] <Stomach> are you going to phpconf camfindlay ?
399: [06:14:48] <camfindlay> 80’s kids should know about the seg
400: [06:15:05] <camfindlay> yep will be deffo going to phpconf
401: [06:17:51] <Stomach> haha I just got it from the butcher
402: [06:17:54] <Stomach> thanks bald man
403: [06:18:00] <Stomach> cool, I'm excited
404: [06:18:07] <Stomach> bringing a couple of developers for you to grill :P
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406: [06:20:44] <camfindlay> ain’t no party like a lunchoen meat party
407: [06:21:05] <Colin[pi]> sounds like a bit of a sausage fest
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409: [06:23:51] <aditya> all text is not shown in textfield in cms why
410: [06:24:01] <camfindlay> Colin[pi]: http://www.kappit.com/img/pics/49421078iafcf_sm.jpg
411: [06:24:19] <stdkek> haha
412: [06:24:55] <camfindlay> aditya: can you give more information? that’s a bit cryptic without context
413: [06:25:01] <Colin[pi]> camfindlay: lol
414: [06:27:18] <aditya> i have a textfield of type varchar whenever i try to save text more than 50 char it doesn't save that
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417: [06:31:55] <ss-helper> Re: [silverstripe-dev] Re: Clearly, we should also have "should we drop PHP 5.4 support in SS4?" thread as well :-) - https://groups.google.com/d/msg/silverstripe-dev/7mVvhNNeNps/gkauFw1yAAAJ
418: [06:33:45] <Mike123> how do i set template on OptionsetField ? , the holder template works fine, but i need to edit field template also
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422: [06:35:27] <camfindlay> aditya: varchar defaults to 50 chars. If you want it longer you have to have ‘Varchar(255)’ to set the char length
423: [06:35:32] <camfindlay> to 255 chars
424: [06:35:50] <camfindlay> if you need to store longer text consider using the ‘Text’ datatype
425: [06:35:57] <irogue> dammit camfindlay you beat me to it, I was about to hit enter on a reply pretty much the same
426: [06:36:16] <camfindlay> high five irogue ?
427: [06:36:54] * irogue violently high-fives camfindlay
428: [06:37:01] <camfindlay> I thought the default had been increased for varchar? or did I make that up in my head?
429: [06:37:44] <irogue> I'm sure it was discussed at some point
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435: [06:47:14] <Stomach> I am supposed to be finishing this PR for text size: https://github.com/silverstripe/silverstripe-framework/pull/3694
436: [06:47:27] <Stomach> might just restart that
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441: [07:03:23] <guci0> Hello World!
442: [07:10:32] <darjus01> Hi all maybe someone knows this error? Use of undefined constant MARK_DIAMOND - assumed 'MARK_DIAMOND' /framework/core/manifest/ConfigStaticManifest.php(371) : eval()'d code on line 1
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445: [07:30:25] <[1]antmas> evening all o/
446: [07:30:54] <stdkek> darjus01: what's your stack trace look like
447: [07:37:18] * wmk votes for SS7 to be PHP7 only
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449: [07:40:31] <swaiba> Morning all
450: [07:46:59] <ss-helper> AW: [silverstripe-dev] Re: Clearly, we should also have "should we drop PHP 5.4 support in SS4?" thread as well :-) - https://groups.google.com/d/msg/silverstripe-dev/7mVvhNNeNps/xvvcaotXJgAJ
451: [07:47:05] <[1]antmas> hey team
452: [07:47:16] <[1]antmas> I have an error with DBField with an old 2.4 site and userforms
453: [07:47:28] <[1]antmas> occurs on file upload, any immediate thoughts?
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456: [07:48:17] <darjus01> maybe some one used PHPExcel Lib with SS?
457: [07:48:46] <aditya> http://www.sspaste.com/paste/show/55c8575537221
458: [07:49:05] <wmk> darjus01, ?
459: [07:49:22] <aditya> http://snag.gy/5YxAi.jpg
460: [07:49:24] <wmk> there is a gridfield excel export button module
461: [07:49:29] <wmk> works fine
462: [07:50:24] <aditya> why it doesn't save more then 50 chars
463: [07:50:39] <aditya> page heading
464: [07:50:53] <wmk> aditya, camfindlay answered you 1,5h ago
465: [07:50:58] <wmk> problem with your Varchar definition?
466: [07:51:29] <darjus01> wmk yes but I need different thing, my client wants make generate editable excel file not csv, from order to edit excel after submition and send it like suggestion to buy products
467: [07:51:32] <wmk> did you dev/build and ?flush after you changed to Text, aditya ???
468: [07:51:51] <wmk> ok
469: [07:51:57] <wmk> so phpexcel should work fine
470: [07:52:20] <wmk> darjus01, there is also a import/export module you might look at. afaik from burnbright
471: [07:52:56] <aditya> wmk i did dev/build
472: [07:53:04] <wmk> and it finished fine?
473: [07:53:13] <wmk> check in database what's the setting for this field
474: [07:53:22] <darjus01> I added lib to mysite/code/Mylibs directory and on build its frows that error
475: [07:53:33] <wmk> flush again and check if dev/build exits without error, aditya
476: [07:53:37] <aditya> what should i use instead of this type
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478: [07:53:44] <wmk> darjus01, what error?
479: [07:54:00] <wmk> aditya, depends on how many chars you want to save in that field
480: [07:54:14] <wmk> up to 255 chars it's "Varchar(255)"
481: [07:54:26] <wmk> or Varchar(128) if you need to save up to 128 chars
482: [07:54:30] <wmk> ehem, bytes
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485: [07:57:46] <darjus01> wmk, http://snag.gy/nkjsW.jpg
486: [07:58:29] <wmk> darjus01, oh, you added some external lib inside code dir?
487: [07:58:47] <darjus01> yes
488: [07:58:59] <wmk> well, ss treats it like ss files
489: [07:59:07] <wmk> and tries to parse all private statics
490: [07:59:17] <wmk> (you can grep for that in the file)
491: [07:59:36] <wmk> you can put a _manifest_exclude file in that mylibs dir
492: [08:00:04] <wmk> better would be to install phpexcel using composer
493: [08:00:05] <darjus01> hmm, In other project I was adding some api libs it worked fine I was sure this also must work fine
494: [08:01:18] <aditya> wmk i did but in phpmyadmin varchar 50 is showing
495: [08:01:40] <wmk> aditya, so dev/build didn't run properly
496: [08:01:48] <aditya> why
497: [08:02:01] <wmk> dunno. any error message?
498: [08:02:47] <wmk> darjus01, either _manifest_exclude (but i don't know if it's loaded automatically) or composer (then composer autoloader should include the file for you)
499: [08:02:47] <swaiba> darjus01 sorry, late to the game, use PHP excel yes
500: [08:03:01] <wmk> swaiba, ☺/
501: [08:03:16] <swaiba> hey wmk
502: [08:03:45] <wmk> anyone has a tip what to use for a NAS? this hp microserver looks sexy
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504: [08:04:27] <swaiba> I realy like the module and we use it for reporting, you can set the graphs (if you also use like jpgraph) based on data you merge in and then this works for online viewing and pdf generation
505: [08:04:29] <[1]antmas> aaaaaaaaaaand the old dev had set environment_type to dev for a production site :|
506: [08:04:31] <[1]antmas> fml
507: [08:04:52] <wmk> swaiba, excel graphs?
508: [08:05:03] <wmk> nice ;)
509: [08:05:11] <swaiba> yep, with php excel and jpgraph
510: [08:05:22] <swaiba> only know a rapper called NAS :/
511: [08:05:40] <darjus01> so you install all composer? i just never had time to learn how to work with it.\
512: [08:07:45] <wmk> swaiba, ouch
513: [08:07:56] <wmk> darjus01, OMG!
514: [08:08:07] <darjus01> yes I know
515: [08:08:08] <wmk> composer rocks!
516: [08:09:23] <[1]antmas> wmk composer is nice when it isn't SLOW
517: [08:09:25] <[1]antmas> :P
518: [08:09:41] <wmk> ;)
519: [08:09:57] <swaiba> [1]antmas +1 (best use packagist...)
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521: [08:11:33] <darjus01> so it must be installed to server or just managing it from vendor dir from project root?
522: [08:11:45] <darjus01> sorry for lame questions
523: [08:13:13] <wmk> darjus01, you have to add it to your composer.json and install it using composer
524: [08:13:27] <wmk> on your dev and on your server
525: [08:13:28] <swaiba> darjus01 - packagist? yeah best on a local server, it caches
526: [08:13:58] <wmk> swaiba, [1]antmas, darjus01 and if it's possible use tagged versions of the packages, not just dev-master
527: [08:14:17] <wmk> e.g "3.1.x@stable" for framework and cms
528: [08:14:29] <wmk> this will cache locally, so you don't have to download it all the time
529: [08:14:47] <wmk> if you need to include your own fork this is also possible
530: [08:14:57] <wmk> well, a bit tricky the first time but works fine
531: [08:15:14] <wmk> once you've gone through the valley of tears
532: [08:16:55] <Stomach> wmk - just run your own satis instance
533: [08:16:59] <Stomach> then there are no tears
534: [08:17:07] <Stomach> https://github.com/composer/satis
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536: [08:17:31] <darjus01> this is one of this time like I feal like total noob on this point :D
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539: [08:20:38] <swaiba> Stomach DOH, I meant satis, not packagist, I'm still tired, is it Friday yet?
540: [08:20:53] <Stomach> monday :(
541: [08:21:01] <darjus01> Like garfield dont like mondays? :D
542: [08:22:17] <Stomach> bingo
543: [08:23:48] <zippy> feels like me and javascript; https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7a7l7IHXZwk
544: [08:24:34] <swaiba> thats one tough looking hill, good work fella
545: [08:27:57] <darjus01> _manifest_exclude must be php or just romdom file name like this?
546: [08:28:13] <Stomach> thats a silverstripe thing
547: [08:29:00] <darjus01> yes reading docs it says that should be blank file but not sais php or something
548: [08:29:55] <darjus01> just no format need
549: [08:29:59] <darjus01> tested
550: [08:30:00] <darjus01> :)
551: [08:31:12] <zippy> yea it's just _manifest_exclude
552: [08:31:16] <zippy> empty
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554: [08:46:48] <darjus01> phpexcel now works fine :)
555: [08:47:06] <darjus01> is it possible generated file put to files table?
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557: [08:50:52] <wmk> darjus01, yop
558: [08:51:30] <wmk> save in assets, File::create()->setFilename(<path>)
559: [08:51:32] <wmk> write
560: [08:51:39] <wmk> File is just a DataObject
561: [08:51:53] <wmk> well, you have to create the Folder as DO and set as parent maybe
562: [08:51:57] <wmk> see File API
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565: [09:02:01] <Mike123> Doesn anybody knows why OptionsetField is ignoring setTemplate() ???
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571: [09:16:27] <Copperis> has anyone tried using silverstripe with over 100k+ users/members? Had any problems?
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573: [09:17:43] <swaiba> Copperis yes and yes :)
574: [09:18:10] <Copperis> swaiba, can you elaborate on what you encountered?
575: [09:18:37] <swaiba> mainly the need to avoid any direct "getting" of all the memembers
576: [09:19:36] <swaiba> also the need to optimise the write speed (depending on the batches being added), e.g. 'HasConfiguredDashboard' => 1 if using the dashboard modules saves a hep when writing
577: [09:20:17] <swaiba> I switched to have a PendingMember in terms of ecommerce baskets, converted to MEmber on checkout, to minimise the number from there
578: [09:20:26] <jack123> http://snag.gy/nAsAM.jpg
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581: [09:21:58] <Copperis> swaiba, thanks. I figure there's no getting of all the members by default anywhere. So I'd have to write code accordingly. I think I'll test this out
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583: [09:23:15] <swaiba> Copperis well there are areas we do direct SQL still, not many, but some - so in those areas you have to think of LIMIT 1 where just looing for one record
584: [09:23:45] <swaiba> I always use ->first() instead of ->count() to determine if the list is "empty" or not, so things like that count
585: [09:24:28] <jack123> http://snag.gy/nAsAM.jpg
586: [09:24:58] <Copperis> swaiba, yup, that makes sense
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590: [09:32:33] <jack123> http://snag.gy/nAsAM.jpg
591: [09:34:26] <jack123> why this image is rendered as link in fron-end
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594: [09:35:56] <jack123> http://snag.gy/VDxpa.jpg
595: [09:37:59] <jack123> anybody help
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598: [09:45:10] <Eliseth> jack123: Are you using cloud assets? If so I'd check if the problem exists when using local storage to see if that's part of the problem
599: [09:50:44] <ss-helper> Strange behaviour with the Newsletter Module - http://www.silverstripe.org/community/forums/all-other-modules/show/104260
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601: [09:58:16] <jack123> Eliseth yea i am using cloud assets
602: [10:05:48] <ss-helper> Re: Detecting DataList Type - http://www.silverstripe.org/community/forums/data-model-questions/show/52599#post404737
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608: [10:26:28] <terryapodaca> if I am declaring a static plural_name or singular_name, does it need to NOT include spaces?
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610: [10:44:41] <swaiba> terryapodaca can contain spaces
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612: [10:48:03] <terryapodaca> swaiba: does this setting have anything to do with declaring relations, for instance I have a TenantHolder and TenantPage, if I recall correctly, these are simple pages and don't need Has_one or has_many as long as I set default_parent and default_child
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614: [10:49:00] <terryapodaca> or at least thats how it seems to work in the Lessons when creating ArticleHolder and ArticlePage
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616: [10:50:28] <swaiba> terryapodaca sorry I'm not into "page-itis" and so not sure about all the "parent" stuff
617: [10:51:02] <swaiba> *page-itis is a phrase from ingo, where people use the page objects for tons of stuff instead of using data objects
618: [10:52:47] <terryapodaca> yeah, I would normally create DataObjects for these, but the client specified they liked the tree management better, because they won't have "too many" that clutter up the sitetree
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620: [10:53:43] <terryapodaca> it's an office space management company, where they sell/rent spaces and then show a directory of who is currently in each space
621: [10:53:57] <terryapodaca> i think they only have like 15 total spaces
622: [10:54:18] <terryapodaca> otherwise, i would have done these as DOs
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624: [10:58:06] <swaiba> terryapodaca sorry if I sounded dismissive, I guess it was a subtle hint, but the customer is king :)
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626: [10:58:54] <Mike123> wmk, ur here ?
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628: [11:00:13] <terryapodaca> no worries swaiba
629: [11:00:23] <terryapodaca> I do have one question you might be able to help me with
630: [11:00:32] <swaiba> sure
631: [11:00:59] <terryapodaca> I get this pretty often, even on a dedicated server: Fatal error: Maximum execution time of 30 seconds exceeded
632: [11:01:21] <terryapodaca> and it says almost always: ManifestCache.php on line 35
633: [11:02:32] <terryapodaca> I've tried both just dev/build and dev/build?flush=1 or =all
634: [11:03:18] <swaiba> terryapodaca got anything going on in requireDefaultRecords?
635: [11:03:45] <terryapodaca> not that I know of
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637: [11:04:01] <darjus01> I am using phpexcel to build xls. and i dont get how to put image to sertain cell code is here can someone tell me if you see mistakes? http://www.sspaste.com/paste/show/55c88513ddbc1
638: [11:05:47] <swaiba> terryapodaca it's often that for me with that error, otherwise I'd just look into your settings
639: [11:06:22] <swaiba> and to add ini_set('max_execution_time','99999'); if needed in your _config.php
640: [11:06:49] <swaiba> but its mostly likely just a different setting int he php.ini on the server, see what it is in both with phpinfo();
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642: [11:10:08] <swaiba> darjus01 - http://www.sspaste.com/paste/show/55c8868413827
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645: [11:14:10] <Mike123> http://codepaste.net/mx886c why it is ignoring setTemplate() method ? i tried to set holder template, it works
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647: [11:18:07] <terryapodaca> swaiba: i just looked on my host, PHP XCache is turned on for all my VPS domains
648: [11:18:12] <terryapodaca> could this be the issue?
649: [11:18:39] <swaiba> terryapodaca hmmm, I'd stick with the max execution time - is it 30 on both local and server?
650: [11:20:31] <terryapodaca> yeah, looks that way
651: [11:20:53] <terryapodaca> i did put that line of code in the _config file, but it's still giving me that error
652: [11:21:49] <ss-helper> Silverstripe loop over certain locale children pages - http://stackoverflow.com/questions/31917991/silverstripe-loop-over-certain-locale-children-pages
653: [11:22:40] <terryapodaca> ok, it looks like it just took a little time to kick it
654: [11:22:41] <terryapodaca> in
655: [11:22:46] <terryapodaca> now I can build finally
656: [11:25:38] <darjus01> thx, swaiba
657: [11:30:11] <terryapodaca> damn...now I can't get the CMS to work properly
658: [11:41:28] <terryapodaca> how do you add a custom sitetree icon to the cms?
659: [11:51:20] <Copperis> terryapodaca, add this to your page class: private static $icon = 'ur-module/images/treeicons/ur-icon.png';
660: [11:51:21] <ss-helper> Not all breadcrumbs showing - http://www.silverstripe.org/community/forums/template-questions/show/104261
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663: [12:10:15] <samlander> hey guys
664: [12:10:23] <samlander> is it possible to grab field data in the init() ?
665: [12:10:38] <samlander> im working on a fb gating page and want to drop the fb app id in the db
666: [12:10:54] <samlander> have it dynamically add to the script requiremnt in the init()
667: [12:11:31] <wmk> Mike123, no
668: [12:14:00] <terryapodaca> thanks Copperis
669: [12:15:04] <terryapodaca> next question is, how do I properly set allowed_children for three levels? I have a Page called DirectoryPage that will list/show TenantHolder...
670: [12:15:23] <terryapodaca> DirectoryPage->TenantHolder->TenantPage
671: [12:16:09] <terryapodaca> so, TenantHolder has $allowed_children = 'TenantPage';
672: [12:16:31] <terryapodaca> DirectoryPage has $allowed_children = 'TenantHolder';
673: [12:17:02] <terryapodaca> but that errors out in the CMS, I assume because I have a third level child TenantPage under there
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678: [12:27:00] <terryapodaca> Better yet, how do I specify correctly, the different levels of $allowed_children because I don't want TenantPage to be an option under DirectoryPage, just TenantHolder
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681: [12:35:40] <travis-ci> silverstripe/silverstripe-framework#5548 (master - afda43e : Daniel Hensby): The build passed.
682: [12:35:40] <travis-ci> Change view : https://github.com/silverstripe/silverstripe-framework/compare/e1ab8659f443...afda43e6ab86
683: [12:35:40] <travis-ci> Build details : https://travis-ci.org/silverstripe/silverstripe-framework/builds/74905771
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685: [12:36:01] <Copperis> terryapodaca, I don't see what's the problem. You specify allowed children under each page. I think it has to be an array too
686: [12:38:05] <terryapodaca> I can post the simplest code to sspaste or something
687: [12:39:17] <Copperis> ok
688: [12:40:26] <terryapodaca> DirectoryPage, which is the top most parent: http://sspaste.com/paste/show/55c89baa59674
689: [12:41:29] <terryapodaca> TenantHolder, which has a parent of DirectoryPage and a child of TenantPage: http://sspaste.com/paste/show/55c89bde9eef7
690: [12:42:17] <Copperis> and you get an error?
691: [12:42:37] <terryapodaca> TenantPage, which has no children and parent of TenantHolder: http://sspaste.com/paste/show/55c89c1fb7c38
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693: [12:44:05] <terryapodaca> http://i.imgur.com/ZhUaKd9.png
694: [12:44:14] <terryapodaca> yes, that image shows it
695: [12:44:59] <terryapodaca> but if I comment out all the $allowed_children declarations, it works fine, i just get all pages available when Add New, and I don't want that
696: [12:45:36] <wmk> zauberfisch, will there videos of last years conference talks available sometimes?
697: [12:47:49] <Copperis> terryapodaca, I don't know what's happening there. Try checking what's actually returned by that GET request in the Net tab. You'll probably see a more specific error. Other than that, don't know. Try /dev/build and flush in backend?
698: [12:51:39] <wmk> terryapodaca, did you flush? you might set a xdebug breakpoint on SiteTree line 2559
699: [12:52:02] <wmk> somehow $allowed_children doesn't return the right thing
700: [12:52:08] <wmk> did you set it in an array? or just a string?
701: [12:52:11] <wmk> has to be an array
702: [12:52:55] <terryapodaca> wmk: i put the three pages in sspaste and linked to them above
703: [12:53:04] <terryapodaca> can you see those links?
704: [12:53:13] <wmk> yup
705: [12:53:17] <wmk> looks fine
706: [12:53:28] <terryapodaca> I did put them in array()
707: [12:53:33] <terryapodaca> I did build and flushed
708: [12:53:47] <wmk> flush again ;)
709: [12:53:56] <wmk> well, debug this line that errors
710: [12:54:02] <wmk> maybe you found a bug?
711: [12:54:02] <Copperis> terryapodaca, flushed in the cms backend?
712: [12:54:18] <terryapodaca> http://v2.bartonvilletc.com/admin/?flush=1
713: [12:54:25] <terryapodaca> that's what I used
714: [12:55:03] <wmk> hmm
715: [12:55:43] <terryapodaca> it looks like a jquery issue
716: [12:57:12] <terryapodaca> Do I need to actually list under DirectoryPage both the TenantHolder and TenantPage as allowed_children?
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720: [12:59:42] <wmk> damn outage
721: [12:59:45] <wmk> terryapodaca, xdebug?
722: [13:00:25] <terryapodaca> i've never been able to get xdebug to work
723: [13:00:30] <Copperis> terryapodaca, I have a similar setup with pages in three levels and it works fine. The topmost page only lists direct children
724: [13:01:45] <wmk> terryapodaca, well, i guess the allowed_children "none" in the last page causes the error
725: [13:01:50] <wmk> did you try to comment that out?
726: [13:02:01] <wmk> it should work from code, but maybe it's a bug in cms?
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728: [13:02:36] <wmk> terryapodaca, what's your setup? IDE, local dev or vagrant box, or remote server?
729: [13:03:16] <terryapodaca> VPS on Dreamhost, I simply use notepad++ and FTP back and forth
730: [13:03:24] <terryapodaca> I don't do any fancy IDEs
731: [13:03:46] <terryapodaca> I have to use Visual Studio for a lot of my "other" work, and I HATE it
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733: [13:05:35] <terryapodaca> and wmk & Copperis: I think I found it, in my TenantHolder: http://sspaste.com/paste/show/55c89bde9eef7 I did a copy/paste no-no
734: [13:05:48] <terryapodaca> default_parent was TenantHolder
735: [13:07:19] <Copperis> so it works now?
736: [13:08:13] <terryapodaca> redoing the build and then flush the CMS one more time to make sure
737: [13:11:15] <terryapodaca> yes, seems to have fixed it
738: [13:11:18] <terryapodaca> stupid me
739: [13:12:10] <terryapodaca> and really, i wish SS had better error notifications, the popup bubble that initially shows up could have said "can't have default parent as the same page/class"
740: [13:12:18] <swaiba> terryapodaca - I know that sometimes IDEs are too much (I like Textpad+FTP or vim) but I'd strongly suggest you keep netbeans or ideally (cost) PHPStorm
741: [13:12:55] <swaiba> for all the cases you get a little stumped and you feel like it's gonna take ages, turn on the IDE with the bells and whistles and it's normally resoved very quickly
742: [13:13:12] <swaiba> and xdebug - IDE or not - is worth the time to get working
743: [13:14:16] <terryapodaca> I've heard good things about PHPStorm and did try it a while back, I just never updated/graded after the free trial
744: [13:14:38] <terryapodaca> plus, 75% of my development is .NET even though I hate to admit that
745: [13:15:36] <terryapodaca> and I'll NEVER use netbeans again
746: [13:15:37] <swaiba> terryapodaca and you don't use an IDE for dotnet?
747: [13:15:46] <terryapodaca> yeah, I do
748: [13:15:51] <terryapodaca> Visual Studio
749: [13:15:55] <swaiba> was gonna say....
750: [13:16:24] <swaiba> I've done a ton a VS dev in my time, still like it, but PHP is the way to go now
751: [13:16:26] <terryapodaca> what, you've never hand written C# and asp.net and used manual compilers?
752: [13:16:36] <terryapodaca> lol
753: [13:16:39] <swaiba> terryapodaca nope
754: [13:16:46] <swaiba> I mean maybe once for a hello world
755: [13:16:59] <swaiba> but after years of c/c++ where you are toatlly on your own
756: [13:17:00] <terryapodaca> I must be much older than you, and most of you for that
757: [13:17:06] <swaiba> VS is nice :)
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759: [13:17:28] <travis-ci> silverstripe/silverstripe-framework#5550 (3.2 - 910156b : Daniel Hensby): The build passed.
760: [13:17:28] <travis-ci> Change view : https://github.com/silverstripe/silverstripe-framework/compare/046972243589...910156b84cd4
761: [13:17:28] <travis-ci> Build details : https://travis-ci.org/silverstripe/silverstripe-framework/builds/74909891
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763: [13:17:55] <terryapodaca> I've had to maintain COBOL at times, began my career as a pure Java (not JS) developer out of college
764: [13:18:03] <terryapodaca> I'll never write Java again
765: [13:18:29] <terryapodaca> I'll stick to PHP and what really pays the bills - .NET
766: [13:18:33] <terryapodaca> :D
767: [13:21:40] <swaiba> good to know .net pays bills, I moved on from it to "web" which I read as "non-MS"
768: [13:22:28] <swaiba> and FYI the started teaching Java *after* I left uni, I grew up on C and even some asembler
769: [13:24:08] <terryapodaca> :D
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771: [13:35:39] <wmk> swaiba, phpstorm / idea also helps me writing better code with its fine autocompletion
772: [13:35:47] <wmk> or just lookup a class or file
773: [13:36:41] <swaiba> i know it is an excellent product wmk
774: [13:36:45] <wmk> yup
775: [13:37:01] <wmk> was on the no-cost trip all the time
776: [13:37:16] <wmk> best thing of phpstorm: the ss template plugin
777: [13:37:18] <wmk> *G*
778: [13:50:13] <swaiba> got a link for that wmk? I'll pass it on...
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783: [14:03:56] <wmk> hehe, now i know the difference! https://twitter.com/ClausVincent/status/629737183180660736/photo/1
784: [14:04:02] <wmk> swaiba, mom
785: [14:04:31] <wmk> swaiba, https://plugins.jetbrains.com/plugin/7201?pr=
786: [14:08:34] <swaiba> cheers wmk
787: [14:08:42] <swaiba> whats with the "mom" bit?
788: [14:08:52] <wmk> mom = moment please
789: [14:09:06] <wmk> dad = ...?
790: [14:09:23] <terryapodaca> "don't ask dude"
791: [14:09:24] <terryapodaca> ?
792: [14:09:29] <wmk> lol
793: [14:10:01] <wmk> rtfm = did you already check api.silverstripe.org ?
794: [14:10:09] <wmk> zippy... how about that?
795: [14:10:23] <wmk> !rtfm
796: [14:10:26] <wmk> hmm
797: [14:10:31] <wmk> !man
798: [14:10:31] <ss-helper> Hear me now! Commands; !manpage: See !man. !help: Displays a help message for poeple asking for help. !flush: A message about flushing. !date: The current time in NZ. !paste: A list of paste bins for people to use. !seen nick: When I last saw nick do something. !debug: A message about debugging. !man: See !manpage.
799: [14:10:33] <terryapodaca> does that template plugin show you in PHPStorm if you are using bad template code...like control instead of loop?
800: [14:10:52] <swaiba> wmk I even think I've asked that before, this internet lingo...
801: [14:10:56] <wmk> well, it highlights templates for you, so easier to debug
802: [14:11:07] <wmk> and shows parsing errors, yes
803: [14:11:29] <wmk> e.g. <% loop Foo %> will be shown as errorous until you change it to new sexy syntax <% loop $Foo %>
804: [14:11:45] <wmk> and i dunno if <% control %> will be shown as error
805: [14:12:19] <terryapodaca> is unclecheese around?
806: [14:12:24] <terryapodaca> his website is down
807: [14:12:33] <terryapodaca> not that he keeps it updated anymore
808: [14:14:13] <GioVdK> Hello, is anyone aware of any change to the way a user is registered that could prevent creating a user via API (restfulserver) to store the password correctly?
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810: [14:15:38] <wmk> terryapodaca, leftandmain.com ?
811: [14:15:46] <terryapodaca> yeah
812: [14:15:48] <wmk> well, it's early in the morning in NZ
813: [14:15:57] <wmk> so i guess in about 4-6h he'll be around again
814: [14:16:12] <terryapodaca> yeah, i forget sometimes he move to NZ from here
815: [14:16:42] <terryapodaca> and sometimes when I stay up all night, i don't mind the time...didn't realize it was like 2 something in the AM over there
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826: [15:22:25] <ss-helper> ClassManifest Reverting to Outdated Version - http://www.silverstripe.org/community/forums/general-questions/show/104262
827: [15:29:26] <terryapodaca> Anyone have a good idea for an Icon (CMS Tree) for Tenant or that represents someone that rents space from a large office building
828: [15:29:38] <terryapodaca> where there are several other businesses
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831: [15:48:22] <oetiker> I would like to postprocess the results of a silverstripe site search. Put them into categories ... tried to create an alternate results function, but that thing does not get the proper arguments passed ... the $form is empty ...
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833: [16:07:37] <ss-helper> marking Japan’s defeat in the se - http://www.silverstripe.org/community/forums/general-questions/show/104263
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837: [16:13:48] <wmk> oh ss-helper
838: [16:14:23] <wmk> oetiker, $data for the returned form?
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843: [16:20:15] <voitech> hello everyone
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845: [16:21:27] <voitech> has anyone experienced issues with Translatable not picking the default locale in version 3.1.9?
846: [16:24:08] <voitech> I’ve just upgraded an old project from 3.1.2 and the config setting Translatable::set_default_locale('pl_PL'); is not reflected on the front end
847: [16:24:35] <voitech> well, that was a few hours ago before I ran out of ideas
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850: [16:38:43] <voitech> I tried 3.1.13 first with the same effect, got a bit confused with the version numbers and thought 3.1.9 was the latest one
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852: [16:42:28] <vanny> Hi All
853: [16:46:23] <vanny> Anyone had problems with form validation not working on iphones
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855: [16:52:23] <terryapodaca> Ok, I may be overlooking something, but does anyone know the current way to show three most recent upcoming events on the homepage in unclecheese's event_calendar?
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857: [16:58:18] <muskie9> terryapodaca isn't it something like Calendar::getUpcomingEvents($limit = 3); or something
858: [16:58:44] <muskie9> within your own controller function
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860: [17:02:56] <terryapodaca> muskie9: yeah, I thought it was that simple, it was that simple in the older 2.4 version
861: [17:03:08] <terryapodaca> I can't get it to work with his 3.0+ version
862: [17:08:32] <vanny> anyone else had problems with iphone form validation?
863: [17:08:59] <terryapodaca> vanny: what kind of form validation, that's too broad a question
864: [17:10:17] <vanny> terry: using the standard build in one RequiredFields::create('
865: [17:10:38] <vanny> works on PC's but people trying to submit via iphone it doesnt fire, and then there details arent stored
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867: [17:15:20] <terryapodaca> is it just iphone or is it all iOS devices?
868: [17:15:25] <terryapodaca> is it a JS error?
869: [17:16:29] <vanny> Im trying to work thnat out, I only have iphone, and trying to work out if it is JS error, im not use to debugging a iphone browser
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871: [17:18:57] <muskie9> terryapodaca try $cal = Calendar::get()->byID(yourCalID); $cal->UpcomingEvents();
872: [17:29:45] <Firesphere> Evening folks
873: [17:30:40] <vanny> lunchtime here :)
874: [17:30:56] <terryapodaca> Firesphere: yep, lunch time here
875: [17:31:34] <terryapodaca> muskie9: that got me a lot closer, but that's now returning ALL events, even the ones in the past and isn't setting the limit to 3 like I need
876: [17:31:53] <terryapodaca> in the template I did <% if $UpcomingEvents %>
877: [17:32:01] <terryapodaca> <% loop $UpcomingEvents %>
878: [17:32:08] <Firesphere> 7.30 PM here :)
879: [17:32:15] <terryapodaca> <% loop children %>
880: [17:32:25] <Firesphere> Pasty?
881: [17:32:45] <terryapodaca> do I need to instead loop through one more deeper context?
882: [17:33:16] <Firesphere> I'm not sure what this is about without some context :)
883: [17:33:25] <muskie9> I don't think so
884: [17:33:48] <muskie9> Firesphere returning upcoming events from Cheese's event calendar module on a home page
885: [17:34:08] <Firesphere> Hmmm, /dev/tests/TEST_HERE doesn't generate a tmp database, while it has root access :X
886: [17:34:21] <Firesphere> Hmmm, don't know it, lemme check
887: [17:34:29] <terryapodaca> Firesphere: I'm trying to upgrade a site that uses unclecheese's event_calendar, and it use to be pretty easy to get the 3 Upcoming Events (or how ever many you set) on any given page, for example a home page
888: [17:35:03] <Firesphere> In page, getFutureEvents or something?
889: [17:35:10] <terryapodaca> There's a difference in his module for version 2.4 and 3.0+, of course
890: [17:35:12] <Firesphere> The structure is a bit messy :|
891: [17:35:56] <Firesphere> I'd say, a function in Page_Controller, which gets future events manually.
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893: [17:36:39] <terryapodaca> He's got a function UpcomingEvents()
894: [17:36:57] <terryapodaca> in his Calendar class
895: [17:37:12] <Firesphere> But it's on the Calendar class, so it's not available in the rest of the pages.
896: [17:37:26] <Firesphere> It should be in a Page_Controller extension for it to work globally
897: [17:38:07] <terryapodaca> so isn't it why we do something like: $calendars = Calendar::get()-first();
898: [17:38:27] <Firesphere> No, that would just get the first calendar
899: [17:38:42] <Firesphere> On that, you should be able to call $calendars->UpcomingEvents() though
900: [17:38:52] <terryapodaca> return $calendars->UpcomingEvents(3);
901: [17:39:03] <terryapodaca> right, sorry, i wasn't typing fast enough
902: [17:39:33] <Firesphere> Hmmm, yeah. In theory, that should work. Does the debugger get to the UpcomingEvents function?
903: [17:39:43] <vanny> iphone debugging sucks
904: [17:39:48] <terryapodaca> in my template, it's returning ALL events, even a past event and isn't limiting them to just 3
905: [17:40:06] <muskie9> last time I used the module I had one calendar that pulled in all other calendars' events... then queried that master calendar and called ->upcomingEvents()... I think we did the limit in the layout loop
906: [17:40:10] <Firesphere> And what if you have your function return the Calendar object
907: [17:40:29] <Firesphere> And then do <% loop $Calendar.UpcomingEvents(3) %>?
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909: [17:42:14] <Firesphere> I'm in Python. It's terribly great.
910: [17:44:28] <Firesphere> Ow, and Phalcon. Which is funny, since Phalcon could eat Python
911: [17:46:26] <Firesphere> Hmmmm, guess when I installed my latest application? http://firesphe.re/munin/localdomain/localhost.localdomain/mysql_bytes-month.png
912: [17:46:36] <terryapodaca> OK!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
913: [17:46:45] <Firesphere> You found it?
914: [17:47:13] <Firesphere> This one's even more clear: http://firesphe.re/munin/localdomain/localhost.localdomain/mysql_queries-month.png
915: [17:47:38] <terryapodaca> That worked, I was doing too much in my function when all i needed to do was let the template do the rest of the work after I brought in the Calendar object
916: [17:48:12] <Firesphere> Heh, I slighly guessed so. It's no difference in performance, and makes more sense to address the Calendar Object in the template, than it's inherited events.
917: [17:48:23] <Firesphere> Since you're manipulating the calendar, not the events ;)
918: [17:48:31] <terryapodaca> :D
919: [17:49:10] <Firesphere> Even better would probably be <% with $Calendar %><% loop $UpcomingEvents %>
920: [17:49:21] <Firesphere> But that's just syntax, not functional ;)
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923: [17:55:29] <Firesphere> Sorry, not syntax but semantics. It's more logical to say "With the calendar I have, I am going to loop the upcoming events"
924: [17:55:45] <Firesphere> Than to say "I am going to loop the upcoming events of the calendar I am going to get"
925: [17:56:25] <terryapodaca> I like that even better
926: [17:56:49] <terryapodaca> I changed my code to reflect that
927: [17:57:05] <Firesphere> It's just semantics, and I'm a bit a fan of good semantic coding ;)
928: [17:57:22] <terryapodaca> but NOW I have an issue where I need to either hack or ask Aaron how I should handle it
929: [17:57:50] <Firesphere> Write an extension or submit a PR ;)
930: [17:57:55] <Firesphere> Never hack :P
931: [17:58:09] <Firesphere> Unless you are my colleague, he hacks Symfony into all projects.
932: [17:58:35] <terryapodaca> recurring events, I wished only showed a date range like August 12 - October 31 and listed just once, instead of each individual one being listed
933: [17:58:39] <Firesphere> I'm not sure why, but he manages to hack Symfony Forms methods into SilverStripe, just because "I like it better"
934: [17:59:00] <terryapodaca> oh, I prefer not to hack, that's why I'm going to ask
935: [17:59:08] <terryapodaca> if he has a better way
936: [17:59:16] <Firesphere> Hmmm, I'm not that into the module to give you an answer on that.
937: [17:59:16] <terryapodaca> http://v2.bartonvilletc.com/
938: [17:59:24] <Firesphere> I'm actually not into the module at all.... :P
939: [17:59:36] <terryapodaca> yeah, I'll ask Aaron when I see him on
940: [17:59:49] <Firesphere> Hmmm, how are recurring events handled?
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942: [18:00:37] <terryapodaca> He's got a pretty detailed set of classes and functions that manage it
943: [18:00:49] <Firesphere> Recursion/Interval is already managed.
944: [18:00:58] <terryapodaca> he's got a tab for recursions
945: [18:01:00] <terryapodaca> yeah
946: [18:01:04] <Firesphere> That would become one hell of a where-clause
947: [18:01:48] <terryapodaca> http://i.imgur.com/KCYGYR2.png
948: [18:01:49] <Firesphere> To be honest, I would do it differently.
949: [18:02:02] <terryapodaca> you can see his page/tab for managing it there
950: [18:02:14] <Firesphere> But you need to get the first upcoming event of the calendar.
951: [18:02:41] <terryapodaca> otherwise, I could uncheck the Repeat, set the date intervals in the dates/times tab
952: [18:03:07] <terryapodaca> the only bad thing about that, is i can't specify Wednesdays and Saturdays only
953: [18:04:01] <Firesphere> To get the unique events, you need to get all the CalendarDateTime events in the future, then translate back to filtering out all the doubles, then getting the (limited) events that are left, by their first CalendarDateTime.
954: [18:04:17] <Firesphere> (These kind of things are always ugly by the way. I've been there as well)
955: [18:04:40] <Firesphere> You can't really change that uglyness, it's how logic works.
956: [18:05:48] <Firesphere> Ow, by the way, the website looks quite nice. Although I guess it's not yet done? It looks a bit small ;)
957: [18:06:13] <terryapodaca> yeah, still in Dev right now
958: [18:06:39] <Firesphere> Obviously ;)
959: [18:06:44] <terryapodaca> trying to finish up these little things so I can finished some other pages
960: [18:06:57] <terryapodaca> I've also got to finish up some of the responsiveness too
961: [18:07:15] <Firesphere> I wish I had some sort of time for that :X
962: [18:07:33] <Firesphere> I have too many projects and too little time :X
963: [18:08:55] <terryapodaca> yeah, i don't have time either, i've got a high profile .NET project I should have started last week
964: [18:09:46] <Firesphere> I'm working on a Python project at the moment. RPi2 GPIO control from a C&C server, has to send pulses to a mainbord and show commercials on the screen.
965: [18:09:54] <Firesphere> It's quite fun, showed it to my colleague today.
966: [18:09:57] <Firesphere> His reaction?
967: [18:10:11] <terryapodaca> =-O
968: [18:10:13] <Firesphere> "How can you even understand this?! It doesn't make sense, no brackets at all!"
969: [18:10:21] * Firesphere <3 Python
970: [18:12:08] <Firesphere> I feel like writing a PHP interpreter in Python. I think it would be damn fast. Faster than HHVM
971: [18:12:11] <Firesphere> :P
972: [18:12:21] <terryapodaca> wouldn't it be nice if SS had a built in function to remove duplicates from a query!!!!
973: [18:12:30] <Firesphere> IT DOES!
974: [18:12:44] <terryapodaca> it does?
975: [18:13:05] <Firesphere> Yes, DataList has a unique filter thingy.
976: [18:13:55] <terryapodaca> is it as simple as removeDuplicates()?
977: [18:14:23] <Firesphere> No, RemoveDuplicates only removes by ID, so no doubles are filtered. I think it is subtract
978: [18:14:56] <Firesphere> From the docs of removeDuplicates(): "This method won't function on DataLists due to the specific query that it represent"
979: [18:17:11] <terryapodaca> grrrrr
980: [18:17:22] <terryapodaca> somethign like SQLs SELECT DISTINCT
981: [18:17:48] <vanny> grrr this is still kicking my butt
982: [18:18:05] <Firesphere> Yep, DISTINCT(ParentID)
983: [18:18:07] <Firesphere> probably
984: [18:19:02] <Firesphere> You could try to use the Alter Dataquery method?
985: [18:19:24] <Firesphere> What's wrong vanny ?
986: [18:19:50] <terryapodaca> he's having trouble with iphones and SS built in validation not working
987: [18:20:01] <terryapodaca> he only has iphone
988: [18:20:22] <terryapodaca> so he doesn't know if it's iOS specific or if it's a JS error
989: [18:20:25] <vanny> yeah, works on all pc browsers, but iphone, iPad just ignores it and submites the page
990: [18:20:31] <terryapodaca> but his desktop works
991: [18:21:11] <Firesphere> Is it cross site? e.g. iframe?
992: [18:21:38] <vanny> Nope. Thinking I have to re write the way I store the data, as if a person puts in a data error on one field it doesnt store any of them when using $form->saveInto($tasting);
993: [18:22:00] <Firesphere> That actually makes sense. Not valid means no storing
994: [18:23:24] <vanny> Total sense :) just working around it, as normally the built in validator handles it. But it doesnt online
995: [18:23:31] <vanny> sorry on ios
996: [18:23:59] <Firesphere> iOS has given me a few headaches as well.
997: [18:24:11] <Firesphere> Especially Safari's session-handling is terrible.
998: [18:24:24] <vanny> i dont have any droids, so trying to handle that.
999: [18:24:39] <Firesphere> Random thought, try enforcing the session-ID to be handled via the URL, if it's a mobile device?
1000: [18:25:01] <Firesphere> Or maybe just Safari?
1001: [18:25:20] <Firesphere> I know, browsersniffing is evil, but as far as my experience goes.... it's really a Safari thing
1002: [18:25:57] <Firesphere> Heh, it's almost "Movie time" in the netherlands.
1003: [18:26:16] <Firesphere> Instantly, the load on my server shoots to 6+ over the normal 1 to 2
1004: [18:27:05] <Firesphere> This is the first time I see it happening :D
1005: [18:28:05] <Firesphere> (It's an Octocore server, so no problems at all :) )
1006: [18:28:38] <terryapodaca> movie time?
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1008: [18:29:46] <Firesphere> Yeah, Movie airings on public television ;)
1009: [18:30:09] <Firesphere> One of my sites shows all the movies on Dutch TV and is quite popular ;)
1010: [18:30:21] <Firesphere> few hundred a day isn't strange.
1011: [18:30:38] <Firesphere> Note, these few hundred visit between 8.20 PM and 8.40 PM
1012: [18:30:47] <Firesphere> All other hours are very quiet.
1013: [18:32:14] <Firesphere> Maybe 5 or 10/hour
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1015: [18:33:18] <Firesphere> Dodge looks terribly sad :(
1016: [18:33:25] <Firesphere> But she doesn't want a hug :(
1017: [18:35:48] <terryapodaca> whose dodge?
1018: [18:36:19] <Firesphere> http://imgur.com/ZkQh3vL
1019: [18:36:24] <Firesphere> Left, Dodge, right, Tesla
1020: [18:36:49] <Firesphere> And here, Tesla on the right, Dodge on the left: http://imgur.com/TL3EHNA
1021: [18:37:14] <Firesphere> A.K.A. my ladies
1022: [18:37:29] <Firesphere> Although.... Tesla is more a child than a lady :P
1023: [18:37:36] <terryapodaca> I inherited two ladies myself over the last month
1024: [18:37:52] <terryapodaca> my mother moved to Alaska so I took her two female cats
1025: [18:38:12] <terryapodaca> One of mine is 5 the other is just barely 1
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1027: [18:38:25] <terryapodaca> the "young" one just had babies too!!!
1028: [18:38:35] <Firesphere> To Alaska? Arcadia?
1029: [18:38:39] <Firesphere> Cute! :D
1030: [18:39:42] <Firesphere> Tesla is not acting normal either :(
1031: [18:40:11] <terryapodaca> How old is she?
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1034: [18:41:04] <Firesphere> Dodge is almost... ehm, 10 I think.
1035: [18:41:12] <Firesphere> Tesla is almost 1
1036: [18:43:31] <terryapodaca> Here's my two
1037: [18:43:32] <terryapodaca> http://imgur.com/DCnCXcA
1038: [18:43:43] <terryapodaca> http://imgur.com/lacpEHr
1039: [18:44:06] <terryapodaca> they took over my couch pillows
1040: [18:44:10] <Firesphere> Lovely ladies!@
1041: [18:44:52] <terryapodaca> lol, thanks, when I saw yours, they actually reminded me of darker colors of yours
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1043: [18:47:14] <vanny> ok i am getting somewhere.
1044: [18:47:40] <vanny> looks like iphone, safari and android dont currently support html5 required parameter
1045: [18:47:54] <Firesphere> Ehhh, yeah, they should do that
1046: [18:48:03] <Firesphere> At least, as of iOS 6 afaik
1047: [18:48:38] <terryapodaca> I think they do
1048: [18:48:39] <terryapodaca> http://tbc.stricklandapps.com/newsletter-sign-up/
1049: [18:48:45] <terryapodaca> try that on your iphone
1050: [18:49:06] <vanny> trying now
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1052: [18:51:35] <vanny> doh
1053: [18:51:42] <vanny> it does but that gives me hope
1054: [18:51:51] <vanny> is that a SS site.
1055: [18:51:56] <terryapodaca> yes
1056: [18:51:57] <Smashcat> Hi, I've just relocated a site into a new directory - (was developed in a dev directory, and is now live) but the ClassLoader.php is trying to load classes from the old directory tree. Is this path cached somewhere, and can I reset it?
1057: [18:52:14] <vanny> what version?
1058: [18:54:02] <terryapodaca> should be 3.1.12
1059: [18:54:29] <Firesphere> Create a silverstripe-cache directory or remove everything that's in it.
1060: [18:54:41] <Firesphere> It's reading the old cache Manifest
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1062: [18:54:48] <vanny> ok, you have a cdata function at the bottom did you create that?
1063: [18:54:57] <Firesphere> Possibly because of the same user adressing the data.
1064: [18:55:15] <Smashcat> Firesphere: Was to me?
1065: [18:55:27] <Firesphere> Smashcat: yes
1066: [18:55:38] <Firesphere> Forcefully purge the cache by deleting it.
1067: [18:55:51] <Smashcat> Firesphere: Ah cool thanks, just did ?flush=1 and it's fixed it ta!
1068: [18:56:12] <terryapodaca> vanny, no, it's using the built in JS, I haven't turned off the built in validation javascript like some people do
1069: [18:56:53] <vanny> thanks, I haven't worked with the built in JS. Looking at my source it is not there
1070: [18:57:13] <vanny> but I am also using jquery 2.1.3 so gonna try 2.1.4
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1072: [19:00:08] <terryapodaca> vanny: make sure you follow these guides too: https://docs.silverstripe.org/en/3.1/developer_guides/forms/validation/
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1075: [19:02:06] <Firesphere> Hah, this is genius! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tWeSqEaqVhs#
1076: [19:03:03] <Firesphere> Ow, jump to Gott Mitt Uns (Noch ein Bier version)
1077: [19:03:21] <vanny> terryapodaca thanks, trying that now
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1083: [19:38:42] <ss-helper> Re: renderWith not pulling from theme templates only from mysite templates - http://www.silverstripe.org/community/forums/customising-the-cms/show/102741#post404742
1084: [19:38:43] <ss-helper> Ajax contact form - http://www.silverstripe.org/community/forums/form-questions/show/104264
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1089: [20:08:51] <ss-helper> Conditional Logic issue - http://www.silverstripe.org/community/forums/template-questions/show/104265
1090: [20:13:27] <vanny> ok another interesting one, if someone selects remember my login, when they come back to this site how can I detect that and redirect them to a particular page. I have extended the member module already for login
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1094: [20:31:42] <r3v3rb> Hi all, I'm trying to create a dropdown menu from an array, which is fine. But reloading the cms stalls when trying to open an existing object with a dropdown previously set...
1095: [20:31:48] <r3v3rb> Any ideas?
1096: [20:33:24] <Firesphere> SetSource and SetValue?
1097: [20:34:15] <r3v3rb> Firesphere, just trying set value :)
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1099: [20:39:40] <r3v3rb> Nope still bails on loading the object once a value is set, refreshing the page will then bring it up though...
1100: [20:39:53] <antmas> morning
1101: [20:41:57] <Firesphere> Night
1102: [20:42:27] <Stomach> r3v3rb - sounds like you might have a space in one of your php files somewhere
1103: [20:42:40] <Stomach> before the opening <?php tag
1104: [20:43:00] <Stomach> if you check the response does it look like it returns the correct information when saving?
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1106: [20:45:18] <r3v3rb> Stomach, the information is saved fine, I'll take a look at the PHP again
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1110: [20:48:22] <r3v3rb> Fixed, changed db to int not text for the map to work properly! Doh...
1111: [20:49:57] <r3v3rb> Right got to go on metered internet here :(
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1113: [20:50:24] <r3v3rb> Catch you all tomorrow
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1118: [21:01:28] <terryapodaca> how would I filter a FooPage::get()->filter(); based on that FooPage has a boolean/checkbox and I only want to return the FIRST true
1119: [21:01:38] <terryapodaca> what goes in that filter()
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1125: [21:17:54] <terryapodaca> You there UncleCheese?
1126: [21:17:58] <UncleCheese> hi
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1130: [21:19:36] <terryapodaca> of hand, do you know of a way to filter your event_calendar so that an event that is replicated/recursed so it only shows once so that the next distinct event can show up?
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1132: [21:19:50] <terryapodaca> kind of like using SQL SELECT DISTINCT
1133: [21:20:36] <terryapodaca> or SS old built in removeDuplicates() that does not work on DataLists anymore (not that they every did)
1134: [21:22:33] <terryapodaca> http://v2.bartonvilletc.com/ <-- you can see on this home page Farmers Market shows up all three times, but it's set to repeat every Wed and Thurs so really, I'd only like to maybe show the very next one or end up showing a date range of like Wednesday, August 12 - Saturday October 31
1135: [21:27:52] <Ryan-Toast> terryapodaca: That banner image is 1.3Mb, bruv.
1136: [21:28:48] <terryapodaca> Ryan-Toast: yeah, still in dev, I plan on fixing all that before it goes live
1137: [21:28:57] <Ryan-Toast> terryapodaca: :)
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1139: [21:30:41] <Ryan-Toast> Stomach: o/
1140: [21:31:52] <UncleCheese> terryapodaca i have done that before
1141: [21:31:55] <antmas> Stomach: Ryan-Toast o/
1142: [21:32:05] <Stomach> hi \o
1143: [21:32:06] <UncleCheese> hmm
1144: [21:32:06] <Stomach> bye
1145: [21:32:08] <Ryan-Toast> antmas: \o/
1146: [21:32:08] <Stomach> o/
1147: [21:32:15] <antmas> \o/
1148: [21:32:16] <antmas> o/
1149: [21:32:19] <antmas> \o
1150: [21:32:38] <DanaeNZ> \o
1151: [21:32:47] <antmas> DanaeNZ: o/
1152: [21:32:49] <Ryan-Toast> o
1153: [21:32:56] <DanaeNZ> /o\
1154: [21:33:01] <antmas> DanaeNZ: you get the plague as well?
1155: [21:33:14] <DanaeNZ> no plague
1156: [21:33:21] <DanaeNZ> miiiigraaaaines
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1158: [21:33:37] <terryapodaca> Ryan-Toast: is that better?
1159: [21:33:38] <antmas> fuck migraines :(
1160: [21:33:42] <antmas> I get those all the time
1161: [21:33:49] <DanaeNZ> i haven’t had one in ages
1162: [21:34:17] <terryapodaca> UncleCheese: I didn't know if you already had a function in the module or not, and I really don't want to 'hack' you core code
1163: [21:34:18] <Ryan-Toast> terryapodaca: https://tinypng.com/
1164: [21:34:29] <terryapodaca> that's what I used
1165: [21:34:32] <UncleCheese> i did it for a project once
1166: [21:34:33] <Ryan-Toast> Orly?
1167: [21:35:05] <terryapodaca> Ryan-Toast: yeah, brought it down to something like 350kb
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1169: [21:36:11] <terryapodaca> UncleCheese, also, can't get $LiveCalendarWidget to work
1170: [21:36:23] <UncleCheese> "work?"
1171: [21:36:27] <antmas> DanaeNZ: do you just pop any old painkillers for it?
1172: [21:36:59] <DanaeNZ> antmas: couple of panadol, trick is to try go to sleep
1173: [21:37:15] <DanaeNZ> then throw up
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1175: [21:37:51] <terryapodaca> I figured in the template just replace $CalendarWidget with $LiveCalendarWidget would do it, it worked in 2.4 that way
1176: [21:38:09] <terryapodaca> now, it doesn't work, doesn't show anything and doesn't fire any error/js errors
1177: [21:38:12] <UncleCheese> I dont' think there is a $LiveCalendarWidget in the 3.0 version
1178: [21:38:32] <antmas> DanaeNZ: mmm when I get them I can't sleep
1179: [21:38:47] <antmas> DanaeNZ: I got mersyndol which is AMAZING, but addictive :/
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1181: [21:39:42] <DanaeNZ> antmas: ugh it would be nice to be able to do stuff when i get them. It takes ages to get to sleep but once I do I’m out cold
1182: [21:39:51] <terryapodaca> ok, it's got a template, lol
1183: [21:39:52] <terryapodaca> https://github.com/unclecheese/silverstripe-event-calendar/tree/master/templates
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1185: [21:43:32] <antmas> DanaeNZ: mm it's not nice
1186: [21:43:43] <antmas> and difficult to convince people it's not just a headache :P
1187: [21:44:00] <DanaeNZ> haha, a headache is like, child’s play
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1190: [21:54:22] <ss-helper> Re: has partial caching become buggy? - http://www.silverstripe.org/community/forums/template-questions/show/100887?start=8#post403169
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1198: [22:03:50] <Colin[pi]> what the.... http://www.theguardian.com/technology/2015/aug/10/google-alphabet-parent-company
1199: [22:04:06] <vanny> has anyone seen this in there logs, I did a site for my client, and now am seeing tracking information http://myclientsdomian-px.rtrk.com?
1200: [22:05:40] <zippy> Colin[pi]: heh..
1201: [22:07:01] * Kingy[a] is now known as Kingy
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1203: [22:07:40] <Kingy> Colin[pi]: just saw that on my feed
1204: [22:07:49] <helenclarko> Morning o/
1205: [22:08:02] <Colin[pi]> Kingy: r/nottheonion
1206: [22:08:18] <Kingy> haha righttt!
1207: [22:08:21] <Kingy> weird af
1208: [22:08:24] <Kingy> morning helenclarko
1209: [22:09:06] <Kingy> Colin[pi]: that tweet lol "next CEO of google should be the human who can explain what the hell is happening"
1210: [22:09:32] <Colin[pi]> Kingy: lol
1211: [22:10:27] <Kingy> Colin[pi]: I'm downloading flight simulator lol
1212: [22:21:09] <Colin[pi]> Kingy: eh? MS Flight Sim?
1213: [22:21:30] <Kingy> yeah lol
1214: [22:21:47] <Colin[pi]> Kingy: my 8yo was playing that the other day,
1215: [22:21:50] <Colin[pi]> I asked him after
1216: [22:21:54] <Colin[pi]> did anyone send a message?
1217: [22:21:55] <Colin[pi]> he said
1218: [22:22:00] <Colin[pi]> yeah someone called kingy
1219: [22:22:03] <Colin[pi]> he said "game?"
1220: [22:22:04] <Colin[pi]> LOL
1221: [22:22:12] <Kingy> \o/
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1223: [22:24:37] <Colin[pi]> antmas: W3 is finished :o
1224: [22:24:39] <chocolatemoose> any ideas why I'd be running into a 403 error when trying to link to a file in a template (SVG uploaded in cms to File field)?
1225: [22:25:00] <zippy> been logged out?
1226: [22:25:52] <chocolatemoose> well I'm testing it as logged in, but I want it publicly accessible anyways
1227: [22:27:19] <chocolatemoose> nevermind
1228: [22:27:26] <chocolatemoose> just saw there's also an htaccess in the assets folder
1229: [22:27:39] <chocolatemoose> svg isn't in the FilesMatch condition
1230: [22:28:10] <chocolatemoose> that fixed it
1231: [22:30:43] <zippy> man I am stilled ripped about mandrill
1232: [22:35:42] <Colin[pi]> zippy: shit, no longer free?
1233: [22:35:51] <zippy> mmm
1234: [22:35:55] <Colin[pi]> dammit
1235: [22:36:05] <zippy> existing accounts still work thou
1236: [22:36:07] <zippy> so no new ones
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1238: [22:46:02] <antmas> Colin[pi]: :P productive day then?
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1240: [22:49:02] <Kingy> Colin[pi] antmas: http://www.esl-one.com/csgo/cologne-2015/news/announcing-the-esl-one-cologne-groups/
1241: [22:51:10] <antmas> 2 ausi teams
1242: [22:51:11] <antmas> nice
1243: [22:51:22] <antmas> NiP is love though, NiP is life.
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1246: [22:53:18] <antmas> Kingy: smaller prize pool than I thought
1247: [22:54:14] <Kingy> antmas: 250k is normal for a major
1248: [22:54:22] <Kingy> sticker money makes up the rest
1249: [22:54:27] <antmas> true
1250: [22:54:31] <antmas> dat merch
1251: [22:54:36] <Kingy> it should be more though
1252: [22:54:38] <ss-helper> New CMS Page - http://www.silverstripe.org/community/forums/customising-the-cms/show/104266
1253: [22:54:44] <Kingy> lots of other tournaments are having 250k prize pools now
1254: [22:55:14] <antmas> mm
1255: [22:56:08] <Kingy> but apparently the stickers made >$1m at katowice
1256: [22:56:17] <Kingy> that gets split evenly between all the teams
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1259: [23:03:48] <DanaeNZ> so this client needs more digits in their currency field
1260: [23:04:00] <DanaeNZ> currency being a decimal type
1261: [23:04:16] <DanaeNZ> p. sure it goes to 65
1262: [23:04:19] <DanaeNZ> or 64
1263: [23:08:24] <Colin[pi]> antmas: lol I wish
1264: [23:09:04] <helenclarko> Anyone looked into the Doogee F3 Mobile phone. Seriously considering this as a next purchase. http://www.doogeemobile.com/doogee-f3-pro-3gb-16gb.html
1265: [23:09:20] <DanaeNZ> 64 should be plenty, jeebus
1266: [23:09:25] <DanaeNZ> how are they maxing it out
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1268: [23:11:10] <JeremyRoundill> Where's simon_w disappeared to these days?
1269: [23:11:20] <antmas> helenclarko: that is crazy cheap
1270: [23:11:28] <antmas> helenclarko: I'm interested
1271: [23:11:31] <Ryan-Toast> JeremyRoundill: He’s become the first sentient salt creature.
1272: [23:11:41] <JeremyRoundill> Ryan-Toast: Typical Simon. :P
1273: [23:12:03] <Colin[pi]> Ryan-Toast: lol
1274: [23:12:27] * Colin[pi] has become the first sentient self-entitled jerk
1275: [23:12:35] <antmas> LOL
1276: [23:12:39] <antmas> burn
1277: [23:12:42] <JeremyRoundill> But actually, does anybody know? I'm using one of his modules in a project, and one of my developers just ran into trouble installing it.
1278: [23:12:55] <antmas> JeremyRoundill: hit him up on twitter or something
1279: [23:12:59] <Ryan-Toast> JeremyRoundill: He’s not supporting any modules anymore
1280: [23:13:02] <antmas> just don't mention open source
1281: [23:13:03] <JeremyRoundill> It's because the repo no longer exists
1282: [23:13:05] <Colin[pi]> yeah he's active on twitter
1283: [23:13:08] <Colin[pi]> DONT MENTION THE WAR
1284: [23:13:08] <Colin[pi]> :D
1285: [23:13:12] <antmas> :P
1286: [23:13:22] <Ryan-Toast> Colin[pi]: BUT WHO KILLED THE WORLD?
1287: [23:13:23] <helenclarko> antmas, I've had a previous model, they aren't terrible phones.
1288: [23:13:47] <antmas> helenclarko: nice
1289: [23:13:57] <helenclarko> antmas, other than the name, they are of a good build.
1290: [23:13:57] <antmas> DOOGEE is not the best of names :P
1291: [23:14:07] <JeremyRoundill> Ahh, cool. Means I can just nick the code and not worry about composer updates :D
1292: [23:14:36] <Ryan-Toast> What repo was it?
1293: [23:14:39] <DanaeNZ> JeremyRoundill: which module?
1294: [23:14:42] <DanaeNZ> derr
1295: [23:14:45] <antmas> helenclarko: mm for me it's either obscure brand of Sony for my next phone
1296: [23:14:46] <DanaeNZ> get out Ryan-Toast
1297: [23:14:50] <helenclarko> I'll let you know if I get one. first one I have seen with a metal case.
1298: [23:14:51] <JeremyRoundill> simonwelsh/gridfieldrelationhandler
1299: [23:14:51] <Ryan-Toast> Stomach forked a bunch before he took them down.
1300: [23:15:18] * antmas votes Stomach for next simon_w
1301: [23:15:35] <Ryan-Toast> antmas: Nah, I like Stomach.
1302: [23:15:36] <helenclarko> I just want my S3 with 4G, without paying thousands of dollars.
1303: [23:15:36] <JeremyRoundill> It's all good. I'll just remove it from the composer.json.
1304: [23:15:56] <antmas> Ryan-Toast: ooooh touche
1305: [23:15:58] <helenclarko> I dont want a bigger phone, I'm just interested in having 4G
1306: [23:16:14] <antmas> Ryan-Toast: I for one welcome our bearded overlord
1307: [23:16:24] <Ryan-Toast> helenclarko: Experia4C
1308: [23:16:26] <antmas> helenclarko: yeah S3 here too
1309: [23:16:34] <antmas> 3g is balls
1310: [23:16:57] * Colin[pi] 's 3.5G mobile broadband is faster than his ADSL :C
1311: [23:17:08] <DanaeNZ> Stomach for benevolent dictator
1312: [23:17:17] <Ryan-Toast> helenclarko: pls ignore the talk of selfies: http://www.sonymobile.com/global-en/products/phones/xperia-c4/
1313: [23:17:19] <helenclarko> antmas, I still think my S3 is amazing. I'm just missing out on 4G
1314: [23:17:20] <antmas> Stomach for senpai
1315: [23:17:30] <DanaeNZ> notive me senpai
1316: [23:17:32] <DanaeNZ> notice*
1317: [23:17:34] <stdkek> Colin[pi]: i use 4g tethering all the time because it's less hassle than dealing with shitty wifi everywhere
1318: [23:17:38] <stdkek> evenin my kitchen :<
1319: [23:17:48] <antmas> helenclarko: yeah I love mine, even though it's slowing down and the headphone jack is broken
1320: [23:18:08] <Colin[pi]> stdkek: if I could get a decent ping and a download cap that wasn't fucking retarded, I would switch to it for my main PC
1321: [23:18:12] <Ryan-Toast> Once you go water-prioof you don’t go back.
1322: [23:18:28] <helenclarko> antmas, I had an xperia arc s before my S3, was a nice phone too.
1323: [23:18:33] <antmas> Ryan-Toast: mmm only real reason I want a sony phone
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1325: [23:18:40] <stdkek> i just went from a s3 mini to a s5 mini
1326: [23:18:41] <Ryan-Toast> antmas: They’re good phones.
1327: [23:18:48] <Ryan-Toast> antmas: The compact versions are great.
1328: [23:18:55] <Ryan-Toast> The design is nice too.
1329: [23:19:01] <Ryan-Toast> Only sony phone I’d buy though.
1330: [23:19:03] <antmas> Ryan-Toast: what's the os distro like?
1331: [23:19:05] <Ryan-Toast> The rest are shit
1332: [23:19:06] <Colin[pi]> I had one of those Sony Walkman phones back before smartphones came out, I liked it
1333: [23:19:09] <Ryan-Toast> antmas: Pretty good.
1334: [23:19:11] <antmas> or rather, UI thinywhatsit
1335: [23:19:28] <antmas> Colin[pi]: lol yeah I had an erricson 'smart phone'
1336: [23:19:28] <Ryan-Toast> Still a bit of bloatware, but managable.
1337: [23:19:53] <Colin[pi]> antmas: one of these: http://www.ilovemobilephones.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/06/b150237.jpg
1338: [23:19:59] <Colin[pi]> for the time, it was baller
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1340: [23:20:07] <antmas> Colin[pi]: I had this http://www.cameraphonesplaza.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/03/sony-ericsson-phone-2.jpg
1341: [23:20:26] <Colin[pi]> ahh the candy bar ones
1342: [23:20:30] <antmas> mm
1343: [23:20:41] <antmas> the touch screen was a total piece of shit
1344: [23:20:47] <Colin[pi]> lol
1345: [23:20:48] <helenclarko> antmas, that xperia C4 looks nice.
1346: [23:21:00] <Colin[pi]> but tell us what you really thought antmas :D
1347: [23:21:08] <antmas> "All you need to snap PROselfies™ in a super-fast, Full HD smartphone"
1348: [23:21:14] <stdkek> i got a glass screen protector on this phone and it's pretty nice, the upswing is it doesn't react at all in the rain
1349: [23:21:39] <stdkek> better than the plastic ones aanyway
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1351: [23:22:10] <antmas> stdkek: I bought 50 screen protectors (peel ones) for my S3 for $5 :P
1352: [23:22:18] <helenclarko> still not sure if I should trust a Doogee F3, boasting an 18MP back camera and an 8MP front camera.
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1354: [23:22:54] <Colin[pi]> antmas: oh god the rage when applying those things
1355: [23:22:57] <antmas> helenclarko: it's just the price that makes me think it's Dodgee ;)
1356: [23:23:06] <zippy> just get an iphone
1357: [23:23:10] <antmas> zippy: get out
1358: [23:23:12] <Colin[pi]> zippy: GTFO
1359: [23:23:20] * Colin[pi] is actually a happy iPhone user :P
1360: [23:23:22] <antmas> ANDROID MASTER RACE
1361: [23:23:36] <novaweb> Hey Kids I'm Back!
1362: [23:23:36] <zippy> piss around with your android phones with the scattered settings and the inconsistant UI, fuck that
1363: [23:23:45] <Colin[pi]> zippy: +1
1364: [23:23:58] <Colin[pi]> let's play the android "try to figure out what the back button does now" game
1365: [23:24:00] <antmas> zippy: you're an inconsistant UI
1366: [23:24:11] <antmas> novaweb: o/
1367: [23:24:19] <zippy> 'we are going to crowd source the ui, pick a random set of 10 and then intergrate them all'
1368: [23:24:35] <novaweb> antmas o/
1369: [23:24:39] <helenclarko> antmas, haha, yeah its stupid pricing. However I have a Doogee DG900 which is running perfectly.
1370: [23:24:53] <antmas> They should name it Doge
1371: [23:24:54] <antmas> :D
1372: [23:25:02] <antmas> Such phone
1373: [23:25:04] <antmas> many old meme
1374: [23:25:05] <Colin[pi]> LOL
1375: [23:25:07] <Colin[pi]> wow
1376: [23:25:15] <helenclarko> antmas, I will probably throw money at it simply because its so cheap. I'll let you know how it goes.
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1378: [23:25:43] <Colin[pi]> antmas: https://i.imgur.com/YQakgwb.gif
1379: [23:25:48] <antmas> helenclarko: do, if it's good then I'll get 2 (me and mrs)
1380: [23:26:10] <antmas> Colin[pi]: omg that's perfect
1381: [23:28:11] <helenclarko> antmas, The only issue is finding cases for these phones. Although I might just buy 2 and tape them together to form a case. Still cheaper than buying an iphone.
1382: [23:28:23] <zippy> Colin[pi]: much wow
1383: [23:28:24] <antmas> helenclarko: haha
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1385: [23:41:30] <Colin[pi]> rofl, dat first para: http://www.canberratimes.com.au/business/telstra-threat-myrepublic-details-australia-launch-and-slams-nbn-20150810-givgk6?stb=twt
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