#silverstripe IRC Log

IRC log for 21 October 2015

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1: [00:00:43] <Colin[pi]> DanaeNZ: that soon?
2: [00:01:02] <Colin[pi]> DanaeNZ: 2015?
3: [00:01:04] <Colin[pi]> ;P
4: [00:02:40] <DanaeNZ> hahahaaa
5: [00:02:44] <DanaeNZ> -____-
6: [00:03:15] <ss-helper> Can I override a composer.json dependency to remove it? - http://stackoverflow.com/questions/30859285/can-i-override-a-composer-json-dependency-to-remove-it
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9: [00:07:37] <DanaeNZ> i thought ss-helper was asking a question for a second haha
10: [00:08:22] <Jakx> I have a DataExtension that extends FormField. When I use one of its methods, I get Fatal error: Call to undefined method MyDataExtension::setForm(). Shouldn’t php inherit that method directly from FormField?
11: [00:09:57] <Colin[pi]> Jakx: are you refering to $this or $this->owner ?
12: [00:10:08] <AlphaCactus> DataExtensions don't inherit methods like a direct PHP class extension.
13: [00:11:17] <Jakx> AlphaCactus, you're a genius.
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15: [00:12:15] <Jakx> AlphaCactus, I was returning $this; in my methods, and theoretically the chain was resulting in the wrong class.
16: [00:13:12] <Jakx> AlphaCactus, tyvm.
17: [00:13:18] * Colin[pi] allows AlphaCactus to accept the genius accolade though he mentioned about $this vs $this->owner -_-
18: [00:14:46] * AlphaCactus acknowledges Colin[pi]'s Co-Genius status.
19: [00:14:53] <Colin[pi]> ;P
20: [00:17:03] <DanaeNZ> Colin[pi] , co-genius
21: [00:17:11] <DanaeNZ> put that on a business card
22: [00:18:41] <Colin[pi]> lol
23: [00:20:03] <vanny> isnt that what the call apple help desk people?
24: [00:23:31] <Colin[pi]> vanny: yeah but that should be in quotes... like "Genius"
25: [00:23:34] <Colin[pi]> ;P
26: [00:24:11] <vanny> it is implied, as i did say apple
27: [00:24:23] <Colin[pi]> ;D
28: [00:24:57] <Colin[pi]> vanny: I actually had apple tech support tell me to use a competitor's product last week lol
29: [00:25:39] <vanny> too funny
30: [00:25:39] <Jakx> Ahaha, yeah my bad. I'm glad these opensource communities resolve such conflicts.
31: [00:26:05] <Colin[pi]> Jakx: haha yeah of course.....
32: [00:26:12] * Colin[pi] goes back to porch and polishes shotgun
33: [00:27:32] <vanny> Do you need to borrow my rocking chair
34: [00:27:53] <Colin[pi]> vanny: ooh, authentic
35: [00:30:50] <vanny> I dont have the shotgun, you will have to bring your own.
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38: [00:38:18] <DanaeNZ> banjo battle?
39: [00:39:38] * antmas chews straw
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41: [00:43:23] <Sticks> Hi all, a brand new install of 3.1 redirects to http://domain.comhttp//domain.com/install.php instead of http://domain.com/install.php as it should. Can anyone solve this mystery?
42: [00:44:14] <Sticks> FYI, this source of this issue is causing problems with current SS installs. Something's up with BASE_URL or similar
43: [00:44:29] <Colin[pi]> DanaeNZ: banjo battle <-- haha great scene in a terrifying movie
44: [00:44:48] <DanaeNZ> i don't think I have seen the movie
45: [00:45:04] <DanaeNZ> Sticks: anything funky in your htaccess?
46: [00:45:05] <Colin[pi]> DanaeNZ: I'm forever traumatised from that movie lol
47: [00:45:15] <DanaeNZ> what is the movie?
48: [00:45:22] <Colin[pi]> DanaeNZ: Deliverance
49: [00:45:32] <DanaeNZ> i'll make a note to never watch it
50: [00:45:50] <helenclarko> DanaeNZ, funky, as in ascii art right?
51: [00:45:58] <antmas> Colin[pi]: lol Deliverance
52: [00:46:12] <Colin[pi]> antmas: squeal like a pig BOI
53: [00:46:16] <Colin[pi]> :|
54: [00:46:22] <antmas> I do wonder when they'll remake that
55: [00:46:31] <Sticks> DanaeNZ, well the .htaccess in the web root is the same as what comes with the installer. Is it possible a .htaccess in home directory is messing with $_SERVER calls...?
56: [00:46:38] <antmas> they've pretty much remade Canabal Hollocaust already
57: [00:49:51] <Colin[pi]> antmas: wouldn't have the same creepy vibe though
58: [00:50:05] <Colin[pi]> antmas: some movies just have that sort of unique " :\ " factor
59: [00:50:19] <antmas> mm yeah I know the one
60: [00:50:32] <Colin[pi]> antmas: did you ever see Communion?
61: [00:54:23] <antmas> lemme look
62: [00:54:40] <antmas> oh yeah that one
63: [00:54:45] <Colin[pi]> saw that when I was like 11 or so, one scene in particular scarred me for life
64: [00:54:55] <Colin[pi]> and everyone has the same reaction lol
65: [00:55:01] <Colin[pi]> "omg that scene! yes!"
66: [00:55:02] <Colin[pi]> :\
67: [00:55:02] <antmas> which scene?
68: [00:55:23] <Colin[pi]> antmas: one where it's at night in his bedroom
69: [00:55:33] <Colin[pi]> and there is an alien that puts his hand around the door
70: [00:55:45] <Colin[pi]> and you see his face really quickly as he shrinks into the shadows
71: [00:55:49] <Colin[pi]> just peeking through the door
72: [00:56:05] <antmas> oh taht
73: [00:56:12] <antmas> lol yeah I could not handle that
74: [00:56:27] <Colin[pi]> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=szwvjXo_sHQ
75: [00:56:30] <Colin[pi]> ^ this scene
76: [00:56:38] <Colin[pi]> prolly not scary to me now
77: [00:56:43] <antmas> I remember therewas this old like 'creatures of the black lagoon' type movie that was super twisted
78: [00:58:16] <Colin[pi]> antmas: it's a bit like, say gremlins for example? like I think of that now, and think "Would I show this film to my kid?" lol
79: [00:59:15] <antmas> lol yeah screw that
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81: [01:00:30] <Colin[pi]> antmas: what's that one... Jacob's Ladder? everyone tells me that film is scary as fuck
82: [01:00:32] <Colin[pi]> never seen it
83: [01:01:04] <antmas> never seen it either
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85: [01:01:18] <Colin[pi]> a wild camfindlay appears
86: [01:01:36] <antmas> Humanoids from the Deep
87: [01:01:41] <antmas> 1980's film
88: [01:01:44] <antmas> SUPER messed up
89: [01:02:02] <antmas> Colin[pi]: you see the 4th Kind?
90: [01:02:21] <Colin[pi]> neg
91: [01:02:25] <antmas> :|
92: [01:02:26] <camfindlay> ʕ•ᴥ•ʔ
93: [01:02:56] <Colin[pi]> antmas: Humanoids from the Deep looks like a Hollywood version of hentai
94: [01:03:18] <antmas> Colin[pi]: lol it really is
95: [01:03:21] <antmas> Colin[pi]: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IYAbrh7J0ik
96: [01:04:44] <Colin[pi]> antmas: :| welp
97: [01:04:51] <Colin[pi]> looks like a good one to throw on before bed
98: [01:04:53] <Colin[pi]> :P
99: [01:05:09] <antmas> lol yeah that one really got to me
100: [01:07:17] <antmas> lol this is gold http://www.stuff.co.nz/travel/news/73192252/airport-tractor-ban-ageist
101: [01:12:52] <Colin[pi]> antmas: lol
102: [01:15:13] <antmas> my comments never get moderated on that thing :|
103: [01:15:22] <antmas> I never swear or write anything derogitory
104: [01:15:54] <antmas> derogatory* yes - I had to google tht
105: [01:15:55] <antmas> that*
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113: [01:57:32] <Audlex> anyone experienced with the Shop module? I am wondering where I can change the $ sign through out the module to NZD
114: [01:57:40] <Audlex> I have had a bit of a nosy around
115: [01:58:03] <terryapodaca> the one from burnbright?
116: [01:59:01] <Audlex> nevermind, found something :)
117: [02:00:28] <spronk> man
118: [02:00:34] <spronk> installed el cap on my rMBP
119: [02:00:40] <spronk> san fran is sooo fugly
120: [02:01:13] <terryapodaca> el cap?
121: [02:02:15] <antmas> el capitan (OSX)
122: [02:03:13] <terryapodaca> what does tha thave to do with San Fran?
123: [02:03:26] <spronk> the new font
124: [02:03:32] <spronk> the kerning is sooo bad
125: [02:03:41] <spronk> i'm surprised apple let it through
126: [02:03:58] <terryapodaca> oh, haha
127: [02:11:43] <Colin[pi]> spronk: mm bit of a change
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135: [02:41:27] <Colin[pi]> novaweb, what r u doin, novaweb, stahp
136: [02:46:22] <DanaeNZ> novaweb ur drunk go home
137: [02:46:47] <DanaeNZ> nearly time to turn your pockets inside out everyone
138: [02:46:54] <antmas> DanaeNZ: wat
139: [02:46:56] <antmas> ?
140: [02:47:04] <antmas> and make elephant noises?
141: [02:47:12] <antmas> :D
142: [02:47:14] <DanaeNZ> October 21 2015 4:29pm
143: [02:47:15] <DanaeNZ> :D
144: [02:47:19] * antmas totally isn't doing that right now
145: [02:47:35] <DanaeNZ> good thing i don't have anything in my pockets
146: [02:51:24] <Colin[pi]> antmas: and make elephant noises?
147: [02:51:24] <antmas> lol I just brought up the star wars trailer at work
148: [02:51:25] <Colin[pi]> lol
149: [02:51:44] <antmas> everyone just turned around and was like 'omg did you see that bit?!?!?!?'
150: [02:52:16] <antmas> Colin[pi]: you can also flop out your cooz and do the elephant noise
151: [02:52:19] <antmas> with pockets out
152: [02:52:23] <Colin[pi]> :|
153: [02:52:26] <antmas> might not go down so good though :P
154: [02:52:31] <Colin[pi]> antmas: that's so tractors
155: [02:52:35] <antmas> ROFL
156: [02:52:46] <antmas> that's so raven
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158: [02:55:40] <DanaeNZ> man i totally missed something
159: [02:55:46] <DanaeNZ> what bit in the trailer
160: [02:56:05] <antmas> DanaeNZ: if you look really closely
161: [02:56:10] <antmas> REAL close at like 1m in
162: [02:56:13] <antmas> ...
163: [02:56:20] <antmas> you see dickbutt doing elephant noises
164: [02:56:24] <antmas> :D
165: [02:56:30] <DanaeNZ> you're kidding
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167: [02:56:43] <antmas> no joke
168: [02:56:58] <antmas> I was half expecting to see someone put up dickbutt when it was airing live
169: [02:57:03] <antmas> imagine that
170: [02:57:53] <DanaeNZ> i can't see it
171: [02:58:15] <helenclarko> DanaeNZ, This link www.youtube.com/watch?v=dQw4w9WgXcQ
172: [02:58:54] * spronk dances
173: [02:58:58] <DanaeNZ> helenclarko: dik
174: [02:59:01] <antmas> helenclarko: lol you bastard
175: [02:59:07] <DanaeNZ> my coworker just saw me get rickrolled
176: [02:59:20] <helenclarko> Yea I dunno what we are doing I just got back.
177: [02:59:21] <Colin[pi]> I can remember the rickroll hash code now lol
178: [02:59:27] <spronk> #guiltypleasures
179: [02:59:32] <Colin[pi]> as soon as I see "dQw4", ahhah rick roll
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181: [02:59:56] <spronk> hmm
182: [03:00:12] <spronk> mexi chicken wrap from subwer: surprisingly good
183: [03:00:37] <helenclarko> Colin[pi], Just like chickenbutt links
184: [03:01:27] <DanaeNZ> i don't believe antmas about the dickbutt thing
185: [03:01:44] * spronk is still listening to rick
186: [03:02:36] <Colin[pi]> DanaeNZ: didn't you know? JJ Abrams puts dickbutt in all his films, it's hilarious
187: [03:02:56] <Colin[pi]> usually just one scene, for a frame or two
188: [03:03:00] <spronk> o_O
189: [03:03:01] <helenclarko> Everytime I'm at Pak n Sav I make sure the DJ touch screen thing is lined up to play a bit of Rick Astley
190: [03:03:06] <spronk> :D
191: [03:03:12] <spronk> <3 p'n's dj
192: [03:03:20] <DanaeNZ> Colin[pi]: no way
193: [03:03:22] <Colin[pi]> read that as penis DJ
194: [03:03:30] <spronk> ;-)
195: [03:03:42] <spronk> yeah you did.
196: [03:05:04] <helenclarko> Haha elephant noises.
197: [03:05:16] <Colin[pi]> DanaeNZ: this is the paused frame: http://i.imgur.com/4tnGTPR.jpg
198: [03:05:25] <Colin[pi]> it's only for one frame as the light saber ignites
199: [03:05:53] <DanaeNZ> ppffft nah
200: [03:05:56] <DanaeNZ> no way
201: [03:06:00] <DanaeNZ> i call bs
202: [03:06:05] <Colin[pi]> DanaeNZ: go pause it! step through!
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206: [03:15:24] <DanaeNZ> Colin[pi]: couldn't step through slow enough
207: [03:16:05] <Colin[pi]> DanaeNZ: bugger, it's tricky to see, needs to be though I guess
208: [03:24:50] <DanaeNZ> this API fucking sucka
209: [03:24:52] <DanaeNZ> sucks*
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211: [03:26:21] <Hailwood> el
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213: [03:39:28] <DanaeNZ> well it's the future now
214: [03:39:34] <DanaeNZ> in this timezone anyway
215: [03:40:00] <DanaeNZ> do you know if anyone would be livestreaming from the actual location that Marty and Doc turned up at?
216: [03:41:04] <helenclarko> Nope! 6 minutes ago, 5 minutes ago was the future
217: [03:41:11] <helenclarko> Now its the past
218: [03:41:40] <Colin[pi]> http://istodaythedaymartymcflyarriveswhenhetravelstothefuture.com/
219: [03:42:52] <DanaeNZ> Colin[pi]: hahahah
220: [03:43:02] <DanaeNZ> this is the only day we will see that webpage
221: [03:43:02] <spronk> ;D
222: [03:43:06] <DanaeNZ> treasure it
223: [03:43:10] <DanaeNZ> for tomorrow it will say No again
224: [03:43:49] <Colin[pi]> I completely forgot it was today, thanks DanaeNZ
225: [03:44:11] <DanaeNZ> the sarcasm is strong
226: [03:44:25] <DanaeNZ> unless...you actually did forget
227: [03:45:28] <Colin[pi]> no I really did forget :P
228: [03:45:32] <Colin[pi]> I remembered it last week :P
229: [03:45:52] <helenclarko> I could always travel to 5 minutes into the past and tell Colin[pi] that today is the day.
230: [03:47:46] <Colin[pi]> helenclarko: :D
231: [03:50:04] <helenclarko> Ah shit, I dont have enough garbage for the Mr. Fusion Home Energy Reactor. Guess I'm not going anywhere.
232: [03:50:33] <helenclarko> Thanks WIKIPEDIA!
233: [03:50:41] <DanaeNZ> thanks obama
234: [03:59:05] <terryapodaca> blows my mind, as it's still Oct 20th here, but the page says it's the 21st
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247: [04:50:06] <alialamshahi> hello everyone
248: [04:50:30] <alialamshahi> anyone on? have a question
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251: [05:01:58] <Jakx> alialamshahi, typically you can just ask a question is people will respond if they can help.
252: [05:02:35] <Jakx> ...ask a question and* people...
253: [05:05:24] <Tanger> alialamshahi: What's the happy happs?
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256: [05:17:17] <ss-helper> Re: [silverstripe-dev] Re: Insert media into page popup modal incl. add by URL - https://groups.google.com/d/msg/silverstripe-dev/9sfkXXgJS8c/Q5ctOvI1BgAJ
257: [05:19:26] <alialamshahi> hey all
258: [05:20:28] <alialamshahi> I have a form, I want to use a button tag instead of input for formAction, this is my code but it doesnt woek: $actions = new FieldList( new FormAction('submit', 'Submit', getUseButtonTag(true), addExtraClass('btn btn-default btn-lg')) );
259: [05:28:14] <Tanger> alialamshahi: Do you mean to use 'setUseButtonTag' instead of getUseButtonTag?
260: [05:28:26] <alialamshahi> yes
261: [05:28:34] <alialamshahi> but that also didnt work
262: [05:29:21] <alialamshahi> guess the lessons on frontend forms are outdated as I use SilverStripe 3.2
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265: [05:36:28] <Tanger> alialamshahi: Add some debugging into FormAction::getUseButtonTag() and ::setUseButtonTag, it might let you know if it's actually being set or not
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267: [05:37:04] <alialamshahi> how can I do that? I'm not a programmer, I'm just a graphic designer
268: [05:37:16] <Tanger> Ah, right
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270: [05:40:16] <Tanger> alialamshahi: You can add this to framework/forms/FormAction.php : http://pastebin.com/GxCNEuyr
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272: [05:40:45] <Tanger> It will print the value of the form's "UseButtontag" value and stop processing any further scripts
273: [05:41:33] <Tanger> Which will let you see what it prints, maybe change something and retry until it says it has the right value
274: [05:41:48] <Tanger> The caveat is that you need to visit the page where you're outputting that form on the frontend
275: [05:46:36] <alialamshahi> this is what I get: Fatal error: Call to undefined function getUseButtonTag() in D:\xampp\htdocs\proshot\mysite\code\ContactPage.php on line 23
276: [05:46:53] <Tanger> Oh
277: [05:46:54] <Tanger> Well
278: [05:48:21] <alialamshahi> Tanger thanks a million, I guess I'm gonna style the input button and forget about button tag
279: [05:48:24] <Tanger> alialamshahi: What you want is to actually call the methods on the formaction
280: [05:48:29] <Tanger> http://pastebin.com/zYAKvQjR
281: [05:49:01] <Tanger> Hey, does anybody know where on earth the SiteConfig class went in framework 3.2?
282: [05:49:08] <Tanger> Used to be in code/models
283: [05:49:49] <alialamshahi> Thanks Tanger, now I get: bool(false)
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285: [05:50:45] <Tanger> alialamshahi: Cool, make sure you remove the die() and var_dump statements and perhaps give it a test on a form :)
286: [05:50:49] <alialamshahi> isnt it in the folder siteconfig on root?
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288: [05:51:40] <alialamshahi> works perfect! thanks a million Tanger
289: [05:52:05] <Tanger> alialamshahi: Good to hear. Good call on siteconfig being in root, I wasn't aware they moved it into a separate module
290: [05:53:20] <alialamshahi> yes they changed alot in 3.2
291: [05:53:45] <alialamshahi> and for a designer, who doesnt know anything about PHP its a hell of edits
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298: [06:14:24] <Tanger> alialamshahi: Haha, I bet.
299: [06:15:27] <alialamshahi> :)
300: [06:19:17] <wmk> gmorning
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302: [06:20:09] <wmk> well alialamshahi, that's your chance to learn coding!
303: [06:20:14] <wmk> ☺/ Mike123
304: [06:20:36] <Mike123> Hello :)
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307: [06:22:28] <wmk> why programming is evil: https://twitter.com/ircmaxell/status/656570821159292929
308: [06:24:34] <Mike123> wmk, nice one :D
309: [06:24:58] <alialamshahi> wmk yes, I tried but it gets very difficult! and I have no time!
310: [06:25:16] <wmk> time is a matter of preferences *G*
311: [06:25:23] <alialamshahi> anyway I love SilverStripe, I'm the only one who works with it in Iran
312: [06:25:35] <wmk> oh key
313: [06:25:46] <wmk> (and i wondered where your nick is coming from...)
314: [06:26:14] <alialamshahi> that's how :)
315: [06:26:46] <Tanger> alialamshahi: The only one? Cornering the market ;)
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317: [06:27:07] <alialamshahi> didnt find anyone else! I hope I'm not alone here!!
318: [06:27:10] <wmk> alialamshahi, as i told you yesterday: go through the lessons
319: [06:27:39] <wmk> with any questions ask here, we're here to help. (but not to do your work, just in case)
320: [06:27:40] <alialamshahi> wmk I went, I always do, but SS 3.2 is different
321: [06:27:46] <alialamshahi> they need to update lessons
322: [06:28:05] <wmk> alialamshahi, just starting with 3.2, but lessons should not cover much stuff that is much different from what i know of
323: [06:28:24] <wmk> if you find anything, please leave a note in comments
324: [06:28:55] <alialamshahi> for instance I had problem with frontend forms which Tanger helped, I think the lesson in this subject is outdated
325: [06:29:22] <Tanger> wmk: Hey wmk, I'm defining the has-one side of a has-many relationship on a File. In your experience, is it better to subclass File or create an extension for it?
326: [06:29:54] <wmk> alialamshahi, in the lesson there is a "code repository" link where you come to github
327: [06:30:20] <wmk> there you can file an issue. please with link to lesson (or the number) and what you find outdated
328: [06:30:38] <wmk> you're right, lessons should keep updated, that's truly an issue
329: [06:30:53] <wmk> Tanger, extension
330: [06:31:00] <Tanger> wmk: Thanks
331: [06:31:07] <wmk> file subclassing and image subclassing always made headache for me
332: [06:31:13] <wmk> that's what DataExtensions are good for
333: [06:32:15] <alialamshahi> using lessons I managed to create a nice website: http://kishtrip.com
334: [06:32:26] <ss-helper> Re: [silverstripe-dev] Re: Insert media into page popup modal incl. add by URL - https://groups.google.com/d/msg/silverstripe-dev/9sfkXXgJS8c/4eTvwFc6BgAJ
335: [06:32:42] <wmk> alialamshahi, nice
336: [06:32:47] <wmk> trip: about traveling?
337: [06:33:22] <alialamshahi> but now I'm developing a website for an advertising agency and it needed some advanced coding
338: [06:33:30] <alialamshahi> yes its about an Island in Iran
339: [06:33:42] * wmk knows this jellyfish photo on the right
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343: [06:34:57] <wmk> alialamshahi, nice work. though the font looks very uncommon to me ;)
344: [06:35:09] <wmk> interesting seeing a right-to-left site in action
345: [06:36:27] <alialamshahi> well its Farsi :)
346: [06:36:29] <wmk> this letters are somehow beautiful
347: [06:36:41] <wmk> or just exotic? dunno
348: [06:36:54] <alialamshahi> exotic is beautiful :D
349: [06:37:03] <wmk> maybe that's it.
350: [06:37:10] <wmk> alialamshahi, any english version planned?
351: [06:37:27] <alialamshahi> no, not many tourists like to visit Iran
352: [06:38:00] <alialamshahi> please check the template for the project I'm working on now on http://works.alialamshahi.com/proshot/
353: [06:38:10] <wmk> well, i guess it's not the country but world politics
354: [06:38:33] <wmk> lool: https://twitter.com/ralphruthe/status/656717727797653504 (damn thick fingers)
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356: [06:39:11] <wmk> alialamshahi, nice, but doesn't work well without javascript enabled
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358: [06:39:32] <alialamshahi> yes it needs javascript
359: [06:39:47] <wmk> it's not unobstrusive, that's sad
360: [06:40:00] <wmk> js should be an addon
361: [06:42:42] <alialamshahi> well I can make some sliders with CSS but it wont be as beautiful as JS
362: [06:43:34] <wmk> of course no sliding without js
363: [06:43:43] <wmk> that's difficult
364: [06:44:04] <wmk> but some positioning seems to be broken with js disabled
365: [06:44:06] <alialamshahi> its possible with css transitions
366: [06:44:32] <wmk> without js it should "work" and look good
367: [06:44:37] <wmk> with js it even should look better ;)
368: [06:44:43] <alialamshahi> which ones? :-O
369: [06:45:08] <alialamshahi> yes! didnt know about broken positioning! thats bad
370: [06:45:42] <wmk> well, the top slides are not 100% width, the menu is white on light grey (so quite unreadable)
371: [06:46:02] <ccburns> Hi guys - I know how much everyone loves working with Solr… Anyone interested in some freelance work implementing a search functionality for a LOT of products?
372: [06:47:54] <wmk> alialamshahi, http://snag.gy/zNk6K.jpg
373: [06:48:20] <alialamshahi> yes wmk you're right! its beacase js calculates the width of viewport, I'll edit them thanks for pointing them
374: [06:48:28] <wmk> alialamshahi, np
375: [06:48:40] <wmk> ccburns, nontgor was working much with elasticsearch
376: [06:49:11] <ccburns> In the end I am open to any search that will work ;)
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378: [06:50:26] <alialamshahi> wmk, do you remember I needed a Silverstripe Persian Calendar?
379: [06:50:41] <wmk> alialamshahi, i guess there was something
380: [06:50:54] <wmk> ccburns, you might ask on silverstripe small business mailinglist
381: [06:51:02] <wmk> ccburns, see also PM
382: [06:51:17] <alialamshahi> I didnt find anything good, which one you mean?
383: [06:51:26] <ccburns> wmk: thanks
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385: [06:51:58] <wmk> alialamshahi, well, as there are not much persians using ss, finding a good persian calendar is difficult. I darkly remember someone asking for that, that was you?
386: [06:52:17] <alialamshahi> yes it was me :D'
387: [06:52:35] <wmk> fine...
388: [06:52:39] <alialamshahi> do you know anyone who would do an outsource project to create that for me?
389: [06:53:15] <wmk> alialamshahi, just ask, here, on twitter, on small business mailinglist...
390: [06:54:08] <alialamshahi> yes I will, before doing that I wanted to ask here
391: [06:54:20] <alialamshahi> I'm going to post the project on freelancer.com
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393: [06:55:48] <wmk> alialamshahi, at least you have to write down what's special with persian calendar
394: [06:56:44] <alialamshahi> to change 10/21/2015 to 7/28/1994
395: [06:57:25] <alialamshahi> I also have the php script for it
396: [06:57:42] <alialamshahi> I just need someone to make it a silverstripe module
397: [06:58:14] <wmk> alialamshahi, well, does it require any backend work? other calculations?
398: [06:58:21] <wmk> how are dates saved in DB?
399: [06:58:29] <wmk> still like "latin" date?
400: [06:59:02] <wmk> so, is it "just" converting a "latin" date to a persian date like an output filter?
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402: [07:00:39] <alialamshahi> this is how a date is stored in DB: 2015-10-19 14:41:40 I want it to become 1994-07-28
403: [07:00:51] <alialamshahi> time needs no change
404: [07:01:14] <alialamshahi> and then there is only month names in Farsi (Persian)
405: [07:01:52] <wmk> but your week also has 7 days?
406: [07:01:58] <alialamshahi> yes
407: [07:01:58] <wmk> and 12 months for a year?
408: [07:02:02] <alialamshahi> true
409: [07:02:05] <wmk> same "first of january" ?
410: [07:02:09] <alialamshahi> no
411: [07:02:17] <alialamshahi> a little change
412: [07:02:31] <wmk> and a year has 365,25 days?
413: [07:02:46] <alialamshahi> we have 6 months with 31 days, 5 months with 30 days and one month with 29 days all in a row
414: [07:03:33] <alialamshahi> yes
415: [07:04:14] <wmk> and leap years?
416: [07:04:40] <alialamshahi> yes every 4 year
417: [07:05:01] <wmk> fine
418: [07:05:31] <alialamshahi> would it be very difficult?
419: [07:06:04] <wmk> https://packagist.org/packages/opilo/farsi looks good
420: [07:06:13] <alialamshahi> does someone with PHP knowledge but no experience with SilverStripe would be able to do thid?
421: [07:06:31] <wmk> alialamshahi, this package just has no licence
422: [07:06:44] <wmk> ah, MIT
423: [07:06:48] <wmk> so we're ready to go
424: [07:08:03] <alialamshahi> I also have this: https://github.com/sallar/jDateTime
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427: [07:10:23] <alialamshahi> https://packagist.org/packages/sallar/jdatetime
428: [07:10:53] <swaiba> morning all
429: [07:11:25] <alialamshahi> morning swaiba
430: [07:12:30] <wmk> yo swaiba
431: [07:12:58] <wmk> alialamshahi, i don't know the funcitonality of the old class, but from a first look the other module seems better structured.
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433: [07:13:01] <wmk> namespaces and all..
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435: [07:20:15] <wmk> alialamshahi, so we just need a wrapper for any class that you can show farsi dates from DB in template?
436: [07:20:25] <wmk> should be easy
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453: [08:10:21] <wmk> kinglozzer, your talk should be a required lecture to every ss dev
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455: [08:16:31] <kinglozzer> heh wmk, or just every PHP dev! ;)
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457: [08:26:07] <wmk> well, it's still ss related
458: [08:27:07] <wmk> kinglozzer, ^^
459: [08:28:01] <kinglozzer> wmk: Yeah, though I suppose the same rules apply to anything composer, not just SS now that I think about it
460: [08:28:07] <r3v3rb> wmk, kinglozzer coding practice in general I’d say - applies to c# etc etc
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463: [08:28:36] <kinglozzer> mm, true, any dependencies
464: [08:28:38] <r3v3rb> if we’re talking about hacking core classes etc
465: [08:28:54] <r3v3rb> always extend where possible
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467: [08:29:19] <wmk> kinglozzer, there is alredy a great composer talk around by rdohms
468: [08:31:54] <r3v3rb> heh, it seems even after 3 years and 1 year of no development Asteroid2012 still gets reasonable hits (for me) in Google Play store averaging 3k per month and a 10% install rate… Maybe time to update a little bit
469: [08:33:11] <swaiba> I agree about your talk, kinglozzer, the devs here will watch it as a refresher
470: [08:33:34] <swaiba> r3v3rb really nice! is that paid or free?
471: [08:33:51] <swaiba> I'm told play store is really hard to get a paid game popular
472: [08:34:14] <r3v3rb> swaiba: free, had some IAP but I’m turning that into paid by watching ad’s soon as the IAP model is dead
473: [08:34:51] <r3v3rb> play and itunes are both impossible for little ‘devs’ unless you get a one in a million chance of being spotted in between the ‘cludge'
474: [08:34:59] <swaiba> yeah income through watching ads must the standard
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476: [08:35:32] <r3v3rb> swaiba: after chatting with the crossy road dev he said he wouldnt go back to any other format
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478: [08:37:09] <r3v3rb> i’m considering firing up the dev tank again and adding new craft (watch the ad get the ship), extra depth to the format too by choosing where the portals lead to etc etc but i’m not sure whether a ‘new’ version would be better
479: [08:37:44] <r3v3rb> or just an update for the existing players
480: [08:39:04] <r3v3rb> morning all btw!
481: [08:41:16] <kinglozzer> o/ r3v3rb :P
482: [08:42:23] <kinglozzer> Hmm, if I cherry pick one commit (say 5 commits behind HEAD) onto a live server, will I get a shit load of merge errors if I then try to later do a git pull <branchname>?
483: [08:43:15] <kinglozzer> e.g. because herp derp I have new features committed to master that aren't ready to go live yet, and client wants one amend for now, can I cherry-pick that amend down then git pull everything else safely later?
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485: [08:50:14] <Tanger> Does anybody have a suggestion for a SortableUploadField equivalent for SS 3.2? Like https://github.com/nathancox/silverstripe-sortableuploadfield
486: [08:50:57] <kinglozzer> Btw all, ICYMI: 4.0 will be PHP 5.5+ - https://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/silverstripe-dev/7mVvhNNeNps
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488: [08:51:29] <kinglozzer> Tanger: sortablefile module
489: [08:51:39] <Tanger> Cheers kinglozzer
490: [08:51:43] <kinglozzer> Tanger: https://github.com/bummzack/sortablefile
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492: [08:51:51] <kinglozzer> It says 3.1 but it works in 3.2 I believe
493: [08:53:15] <SH__> Hey guys, has anyone had problems when using the build in RedirectorPage and the silverstripe-redirecturls module?
494: [08:53:26] <SH__> I made an issue on the problem here https://github.com/silverstripe-labs/silverstripe-redirectedurls/issues/25
495: [08:54:14] <r3v3rb> kinglozzer: that’s coolio - server already running 5.6+ any dev too :D ^^
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498: [08:55:56] <kinglozzer> r3v3rb: Yeah all of ours are at least 5.5 already, some 5.6
499: [08:56:05] <wmk> swaiba gimme an adblocker
500: [08:56:22] <r3v3rb> wmk, hack your hosts file its easier ;)
501: [08:56:25] <wmk> that guitar tuner app also has apps, so i switch network off when tuning
502: [08:56:28] <swaiba> wmk ?? google "ad blocker"?
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504: [08:57:00] <kinglozzer> We looked at 5.6 too but there's nothing major in there that'd be a deal-breaker, it looks like mostly syntactic sugar and nicetohaves :P
505: [08:59:28] <swaiba> arrrrgggh white screen of death on 2.4, nothing in ss log, php log or from debug mode
506: [08:59:33] <swaiba> some days....
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508: [09:00:39] <wmk> if i have a price (two decimals) and i want to get only the cents for formatting, is there a built in functionality for that?
509: [09:00:45] <wmk> floor($price) gives me the Euros
510: [09:01:04] <wmk> but xxx($price) should give me the rest behind the decimal seperator
511: [09:01:06] <wmk> any idea?
512: [09:01:18] <wmk> didn't find the right stuff in php manual
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516: [09:03:09] <ss-helper> Pycnak: Welcome to #silverstripe! Please ask your questions but don't leave too soon, we are a busy lot.
517: [09:03:28] <Pycnak> it's 10am, I'm getting a lecture from my colleague on how mushrooms are animals.
518: [09:03:36] <ss23> lol
519: [09:03:37] <ss23> eat em
520: [09:03:38] <ss23> :D
521: [09:03:47] <wmk> Pycnak, mushrooms are neither animals nor plants
522: [09:03:58] <wmk> they are, well, mushrooms
523: [09:04:01] <swaiba> wmk $price - floor($price) ?
524: [09:04:14] <swaiba> Pycnak ha!
525: [09:04:39] <wmk> swaiba, yup, but need it formatted with two digits,
526: [09:04:43] <swaiba> that is my stand spiel to vegitarians that bang on about creulty eating something with a conciousness, but only if they bang on about it
527: [09:04:53] <wmk> so "11.01" will return "01"
528: [09:05:14] <wmk> Pycnak, don't tell that the vegans
529: [09:05:17] <swaiba> wmk then convert it to a string and split at the dot?
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531: [09:06:23] <zippy> With 3.1.4, how can I make some code run on flush.
532: [09:06:35] <swaiba> to be clear it's not that I'd argue a plants are animals, but I would that they have some form of conciousness
533: [09:06:56] <zippy> I thought I would implement Flushable but that doesn't seem to exist
534: [09:07:03] <swaiba> zippy extend the controller and watch for the $_GET['flush'] lol
535: [09:07:11] <zippy> :)
536: [09:08:10] <wmk> swaiba, possible, i wondered if there was a built in math method
537: [09:08:53] <kinglozzer> zippy: Upgrade! ;)
538: [09:09:04] <zippy> kinglozzer: mmmm don't reallllly want to
539: [09:09:50] <kinglozzer> But.. security :(
540: [09:10:45] <zippy> mm
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542: [09:11:55] <kinglozzer> zippy: I'd definitely upgrade, before 3.1.12 (I think) it's possible to force any site into dev mode without a login
543: [09:12:26] <zippy> mmm OOOKKK
544: [09:12:28] <zippy> :)
545: [09:12:58] <kinglozzer> :D
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547: [09:14:35] <Seraphia_> hey - i have a small problem with permissions - i'm using silverstripe 3.1 and Permission::check("MY_PERMISSION_CODE") like in the example always returns true (and i'm not admin)
548: [09:16:40] <kinglozzer> Seraphia_: Is your user in a group with that permission ticked?
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550: [09:27:49] <Pycnak> so like
551: [09:28:02] <Pycnak> anyone got downloads for Oracle 9iR2 client libs?
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559: [09:55:31] <Seraphia_> kinglozzer: No
560: [09:55:37] <zippy> kinglozzer: all done, all good
561: [10:00:38] <kinglozzer> Pycnak: a bit niche? :P
562: [10:01:15] <kinglozzer> Seraphia_: What's your permission called? You're not doing wildcard lookups like 'MY_FOO*' or something?
563: [10:01:33] <Sphere> 'afternoon people
564: [10:02:05] <kinglozzer> Also, do you mean that calling Permission::check() directly always returns true or a method that calls it always returns true?
565: [10:02:18] <kinglozzer> Morning Sphere :)
566: [10:03:04] <Sphere> What to do when you're home sick?
567: [10:03:16] <Sphere> Work on improving your code, obviously.
568: [10:03:37] <wmk> hmm, does bulkupload work on 3.2 ?
569: [10:03:46] <Sphere> Yes
570: [10:03:55] <Sphere> It should
571: [10:04:24] <wmk> fine
572: [10:04:52] <swaiba> Sphere o/
573: [10:04:55] * wmk hands over some ginger candy for Sphere's neck
574: [10:05:34] <wmk> this burns everything out of your tonsils
575: [10:05:50] <Sphere> :P
576: [10:06:11] <Sphere> Hmmm, is it possible to reverse-lookup what the owner of the extension is?
577: [10:06:37] <wmk> $this->owner->ClassName ?
578: [10:06:52] <Sphere> Not from "this" ;)
579: [10:06:59] <wmk> from where?
580: [10:08:23] <Sphere> From the annotatorclass ofcourse ;)
581: [10:08:57] <wmk> anna tatar? is she beautiful?
582: [10:09:27] <wmk> or do you mean that women from the german criminal series, Tatort?
583: [10:09:33] * wmk should do a lunch break
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587: [10:13:28] * cloph_away is now known as cloph
588: [10:13:34] <Sphere> http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/
589: [10:13:38] <Sphere> type "OUTATIME"
590: [10:13:42] <Sphere> :D
591: [10:21:07] <cloph> nice
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593: [10:28:23] <swaiba> great scott!
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595: [10:34:17] <Pycnak> kinglozzer: neg. Ridiculously old database. Oracle's own modern clients refuse to connect to it.
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597: [10:34:50] <Sphere> You'd _think_ simply calling Config::inst()->get($className, 'owner'); would return the owner
598: [10:34:54] <Pycnak> Sphere: haha, you got that virus from that machine too? :P
599: [10:35:09] <Sphere> :P
600: [10:35:56] <Pycnak> Sphere: no, because it's a property. Not a config thing.
601: [10:36:20] <Pycnak> owner is set on call too, not on instantiation.
602: [10:36:24] <Pycnak> iirc.
603: [10:36:40] <Pycnak> I looked at this recently for that confusing code I showed off.
604: [10:36:55] <Sphere> Yeah, found that too. Which is annoying, because I want to know the owner without doing anything with the instance
605: [10:37:41] <Sphere> I figured, since it's set in the YML, I should be able to find it, but nooooo, that would make too much sensne
606: [10:37:43] <kinglozzer> Sphere: But if $className = 'MyExtension' - MyExtension can have many different owners depending on which classes have applied the extension
607: [10:37:45] <Pycnak> try Config::inst()->get($className, 'extensions')
608: [10:37:50] <Pycnak> it'll give you a list.
609: [10:38:09] <Sphere> I want the reverse ;)
610: [10:38:12] <Pycnak> where classname is the owning ... oh.
611: [10:38:26] <Pycnak> yeah, could be any class, as kinglozzer says, could be applied to multiple.
612: [10:38:38] <Sphere> That's no problem, I just want them :P
613: [10:38:50] <Sphere> And my coffee is now cold :'(
614: [10:40:16] <kinglozzer> Sphere: $owners = []; foreach (ClassInfo::subclassesFor('Object') as $class) { if (in_array($extensionName, Config::inst()->get($class, 'extensions', Config::UNINHERITED)) { $owners[] = $class; } }
615: [10:40:18] <kinglozzer> Or something
616: [10:40:19] <Pycnak> foreach(Manifest::subclasses_of('Object') as $possibility) array_seach($possiblility::config()->extensions, 'extensionName') //orsomething
617: [10:40:26] <kinglozzer> Haha, awesome ^^ ;D
618: [10:40:28] <Pycnak> hahaha SNAP kinglozzer
619: [10:40:37] <Pycnak> extra points for 'or something'
620: [10:40:42] <kinglozzer> :P
621: [10:40:50] <Sphere> kinglozzer: I was afraid I would end up with doing something like that, indeed :X
622: [10:41:00] <Pycnak> sounds complex Sphere.
623: [10:41:07] <Pycnak> what do?
624: [10:41:24] <Pycnak> re-engineer it from the ground up to be more simples!
625: [10:41:26] <Pycnak> :P
626: [10:41:39] <wmk> Sphere, this surface book looks neat
627: [10:42:34] <zippy> lol 'or something'
628: [10:43:08] <zippy> just write some code after a <?php and your set
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630: [10:43:22] <Sphere> :P
631: [10:43:51] <zippy> it's not hard, a money can use a keyboard
632: [10:43:54] <zippy> just typing and shit
633: [10:43:58] <zippy> *monkey
634: [10:43:58] <Pycnak> you're set.
635: [10:43:59] <zippy> :P
636: [10:44:39] <Pycnak> gosh zippy
637: [10:44:43] * zlinux quit (Ping timeout: 260 seconds)
638: [10:44:47] <zippy> Pycnak: :)
639: [10:44:49] <zippy> anyway
640: [10:44:51] <r3v3rb> noice, fire burning - office = warm…
641: [10:45:26] * r3v3rb kicks PHPStorm for not warning me that $this->Locale is not $this->locale… grrr
642: [10:45:41] <zippy> I want to have a function in my templates, on many pages. It seems my only option is to add the function to the Page.php
643: [10:45:59] <zippy> after adding 2-3 functions this controller starts to feel bloated with template functions
644: [10:46:03] <zippy> isn't there a better way?
645: [10:46:09] <r3v3rb> swaiba: major problem - out of coffee filters - I forgot to get the replacements yesterday… having to drink TEA! ARGHHHHHH
646: [10:46:15] <Pycnak> zippy: yes. global.
647: [10:46:28] <Pycnak> haha r3v3rb
648: [10:46:39] <r3v3rb> Pycnak: it’s a disaster
649: [10:46:42] <swaiba> r3v3rb code red, code red
650: [10:46:48] <Pycnak> cat-astrophe
651: [10:46:52] <swaiba> how can this be, wasn't yesterday a warning?
652: [10:46:57] <zippy> Pycnak: TemplateGlobalProvider?
653: [10:47:10] <r3v3rb> Pycnak: Global class?
654: [10:47:23] <Pycnak> what zippy said.
655: [10:47:27] <zippy> class TemplateHelpers implements TemplateGlobalProvider {
656: [10:47:30] <r3v3rb> swaiba: I was too lazy and then didn’t do school drop off
657: [10:47:30] <Pycnak> all the classes are global r3v3rb :P
658: [10:47:35] <Pycnak> no namespaces yet!
659: [10:47:40] <r3v3rb> Pycnak: true
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661: [10:47:46] <zippy> you can use namespaces in your own code though
662: [10:48:10] <Pycnak> ah, here's one for zippy and r3v3rb combined! https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/736x/f3/59/53/f35953af1afba357311004a0c4bc6aa7.jpg
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664: [10:48:53] <zippy> :)
665: [10:48:54] <r3v3rb> Pycnak: its a sausage roll trophy
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667: [10:50:41] <r3v3rb> Pycnak: http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=cats+bum+hole
668: [10:50:58] <Pycnak> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jY4tD2Hbg_A
669: [10:51:38] <zippy> hhaa
670: [10:52:28] <Pycnak> haha r3v3rb
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672: [10:55:50] <r3v3rb> bbiab, reboot time
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678: [11:19:28] <Parker1090> Hi all. Is there a way to view a draft version of a site in full please?
679: [11:20:41] <kinglozzer> Parker1090: What do you mean?
680: [11:20:52] <kinglozzer> http://mysite.com?stage=Stage will put you in draft mode
681: [11:20:53] <rytiz2873> hi, is there any other way to access site config? "SiteConfig::current_site_config()"
682: [11:21:23] <Parker1090> Kinglozzer - if I navigate to another page, will it remain in draft view?
683: [11:21:25] <kinglozzer> rytiz2873: What’s wrong with accessing it like that?
684: [11:21:28] <kinglozzer> Parker1090: Yeah
685: [11:21:35] <kinglozzer> Until you switch back with ?stage=Live
686: [11:21:59] <Parker1090> Cheers
687: [11:23:46] <Parker1090> I'm actually having an issue when editing a page in split or preview mode. It seems to keep jumping back to the previously viewed page. I've not experienced this before, but any suggestions on what it could be?
688: [11:24:03] <rytiz2873> kinglozzer: i just want to know is this is the best way
689: [11:24:10] <rytiz2873> and only :D
690: [11:24:20] <kinglozzer> rytiz2873: Not the only way, but yes it's the best way :)
691: [11:25:08] <rytiz2873> kinglozzer: thanks:)
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694: [11:32:09] <Parker1090> Kinglozzer - any suggestions on my issue?
695: [11:32:44] <kinglozzer> Parker1090: Not sure, are there restricted permissions on that page? Or anything that triggers a redirect?
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697: [11:39:11] <Parker1090> Nope. If you publish the page, it opens fine. No additional permissions other than those set by SS itself
698: [11:39:39] <Mike123> hey guys, i need a bit your help , i have Product.php and Product.ss ... in .php there a form in controller http://www.sspaste.com/paste/show/562778009b3e4 , i need the same form to be shown in ProductCategory page where i loop throught all products
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701: [11:45:47] <alialamshahi> hey all
702: [11:46:45] <kinglozzer> Mike123: I'd create a method 'getController()' in your Product class : return ModelAsController::controller_for($this); then use $Controller.Form in your ProductCategory.ss
703: [11:46:54] * kinglozzer lunch
704: [11:47:28] <Mike123> kinglozzer, thanks in advance and i will try this right away
705: [11:47:44] <ss-helper> Re: [silverstripe-dev] Re: SilverStripe 4.0: File Deletion / Security Discussion - https://groups.google.com/d/msg/silverstripe-dev/PihYhP3ZTN8/sk8lV5RLBgAJ
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707: [11:50:58] <MarkGuinn> Mike123 - you could also add getController to Page if you don't want to modify Product.php
708: [11:51:58] <Mike123> kinglozzer, MarkGuinn, work perfect :)
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714: [12:02:45] <ss-helper> Re: [silverstripe-dev] Re: Insert media into page popup modal incl. add by URL - https://groups.google.com/d/msg/silverstripe-dev/9sfkXXgJS8c/EAqSfERMBgAJ
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722: [12:45:32] <r3v3rb> wow, that was a long reboot!
723: [12:46:23] <r3v3rb> can anyone shed light on why ‘Import Users’ or ‘Import Groups’ shows an ‘unlink’ warning in the admin? It’s odd because it is intermittent
724: [12:46:47] <r3v3rb> it then proceeds to load the sire proper in the iframe…
725: [12:49:45] <r3v3rb> site*
726: [12:51:00] <Pycnak> :<
727: [12:51:56] <r3v3rb> Pycnak: its very annoying
728: [12:52:07] <Pycnak> mm
729: [12:54:29] <MarkGuinn> Does anyone ever have problems on CloudFlare with /assets/_combinedfiles/lib.js getting cached as a 404 when changes are deployed?
730: [12:54:46] <MarkGuinn> (this is for /admin btw)
731: [12:55:00] <Sphere> Nope
732: [12:55:11] <Sphere> But then again, I have a rule on CloudFlare, excluding the admin from being cached.
733: [12:55:27] <Sphere> You shouldn't have CloudFlare handle the admin, it causes irrational behaviour
734: [12:55:46] <MarkGuinn> That's a good idea.
735: [12:56:50] <Sphere> http://imgur.com/IuzmRwU
736: [12:56:58] <Sphere> That's my default CF rules for admin.
737: [12:58:58] <Sphere> I really need to replace my harddisk. It's on the edge of dying
738: [13:04:58] <Sphere> MarkGuinn: Also, /dev/* should be excluded from being cached ;)
739: [13:08:00] <MarkGuinn> Great. Thanks for the feedback. We didn't actually set CloudFlare up for this client. Their SEO firm did and they apparently don't know much about SilverStripe (surprise).
740: [13:08:25] <Sphere> Heh, it doesn't matter which framework you use, the admin should _never_ be cached ;)
741: [13:08:35] <Sphere> It will always result in unexpected behaviour ;)
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743: [13:20:58] <terryapodaca> Do y'all play American football over there in NZ?
744: [13:21:12] <Sphere> No, only real Rugby :P
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746: [13:24:20] <Pycnak> terryapodaca: Clue's in the name :P haha
747: [13:24:34] <Pycnak> I think some people play, but I'm not aware of anything 'official' in the slightest.
748: [13:26:28] <terryapodaca> I ask because I saw a photo of a New Zealand Stadium that had yard markers painted on the field like our American football
749: [13:26:46] <terryapodaca> I didn't know if it was like a one time thing, or if sometimes NZ hosts other countries that play it
750: [13:27:35] <Pycnak> yard marker?
751: [13:27:47] <Pycnak> eg...?
752: [13:28:12] <terryapodaca> https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/AT%26T_Stadium#/media/File:Cowboys_Stadium_full_view.jpg
753: [13:28:24] <terryapodaca> 10 - 20 - 30 - 40 - 50
754: [13:28:32] <Pycnak> http://cdn.xl.thumbs.canstockphoto.com/canstock0846867.jpg
755: [13:28:33] <Pycnak> ?
756: [13:29:00] <Pycnak> If so, then yeah that's normal. As they measure the field, not the sport ;)
757: [13:29:27] <terryapodaca> 100 yards + 2x10 yard endzones = a full 120 yard football field
758: [13:29:49] <Pycnak> but as a rugby field is 100mx50m (that's si units :P).
759: [13:29:56] <Pycnak> so they're not 'yard' markers :P
760: [13:30:05] <terryapodaca> In all my life of watching soccer and/or rugby, I've never seen the markers on the field
761: [13:30:11] <terryapodaca> like we do with our football
762: [13:30:27] <Pycnak> sometimes there is, sometimes there isn't. The line is there regardless.
763: [13:31:16] <Pycnak> eg in Hockey a ball over the baseline (by the opposition) is taken from "the 22".
764: [13:31:30] <Pycnak> Which is feet, iirc.
765: [13:32:32] <Pycnak> terryapodaca: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rugby_union_gameplay
766: [13:33:17] <Pycnak> normal field layout
767: [13:33:19] <Pycnak> :)
768: [13:34:22] <terryapodaca> Ahhh
769: [13:34:25] <terryapodaca> now I see
770: [13:34:28] <terryapodaca> https://www.facebook.com/SouthernBowlNZ
771: [13:35:28] <Pycnak> Yeh, there you go. There is something 'official'. I had heard it was gaining popularity, but didn't know it'd become quite that big.
772: [13:36:28] <terryapodaca> doesn't sound like NZ is adopting the game, just hosting at least 1 game a year in different cities with stadiums that can handle the capacity
773: [13:36:44] <Pycnak> terryapodaca: yeh, seems like it.
774: [13:37:01] <kinglozzer> Yeah we have the same here at Wembley stadium
775: [13:37:12] <Pycnak> but I mean, it still shows how it's grown in popularity if there's enough fandom to generate a crowd enough to attract revenue
776: [13:37:22] <kinglozzer> Seems like a huge effort for American teams to travel all this way though...
777: [13:37:41] <Pycnak> any which way they go kinglozzer they've gotta cross an entire ocean.
778: [13:37:51] <Pycnak> unless they're going to south america.
779: [13:38:34] <terryapodaca> We've been doing the London games for a while now though
780: [13:38:45] <terryapodaca> that caught on big time
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782: [13:38:56] <Pycnak> it's a business first, sport second!
783: [13:39:06] <Pycnak> In true amercan fashion :P
784: [13:39:13] <terryapodaca> Isn't there still an NFL Europe? or did that go away?
785: [13:39:23] * Pycnak shrugs
786: [13:39:30] <Pycnak> I think the aussies play it.
787: [13:39:34] <terryapodaca> I know there's still NFL Canada
788: [13:39:45] * muskie9 logs on, sees NFL talks, walks afk
789: [13:39:51] <Pycnak> hahaha
790: [13:39:58] <terryapodaca> lol
791: [13:40:10] <swaiba> it's nice to see it busy in here at least :)
792: [13:40:15] <Pycnak> oracle 9
793: [13:40:19] <Pycnak> so much pain.
794: [13:40:23] <terryapodaca> actually NFL Canada is now called CFL
795: [13:41:10] <Pycnak> oracle seem to keep harping on about 'version interoperability' but then the very next version drops support for the preceeding one.
796: [13:41:12] <Pycnak> cunts.
797: [13:41:41] <swaiba> but what a business model, second only to the two fold who nicked windows of xeox
798: [13:41:55] <swaiba> *folk
799: [13:42:19] <Pycnak> You mean Senor Gates and Mr Ballsack?
800: [13:42:34] <Pycnak> err, Balmer, or something like that
801: [13:43:16] <Pycnak> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TGLhuF3L48U
802: [13:43:19] <Pycnak> so good.
803: [13:43:21] <Pycnak> xD
804: [13:55:43] <swaiba> gates and jobs
805: [13:56:08] <swaiba> they both stole the "windows" expiernce, but one got it to market faster and that
806: [13:56:53] <swaiba> I've always thought larry doesn't get the press deserved, but again he stole the idea and initial structure for his DB from a company he worked for
807: [13:57:05] <muskie9> http://puu.sh/kSgIH/96d657f1fe.jpg
808: [13:57:09] <swaiba> but his system was a MASSIVE improvement, rather than a poor imitation
809: [13:57:49] <swaiba> no one gonna post the "ballmer monkey dance"?
810: [13:58:19] <muskie9> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RINizGmhrYo
811: [13:58:45] <muskie9> aaaaaaand remix https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_0iqfOKLqVc
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814: [14:00:16] <r3v3rb> ugh!
815: [14:00:19] <r3v3rb> what happened
816: [14:00:24] <r3v3rb> where did i go?
817: [14:01:17] <r3v3rb> here’s a good one, anyone have a rewritecond that rewrites www. to non www. but without appending /framework/main.php?url=
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819: [14:02:11] <leomeloxp> r3v3rb: Do you mean on .htaccess?
820: [14:02:18] <r3v3rb> leomeloxp: yah
821: [14:03:34] <leomeloxp> r3v3rb: I'm looking through some of our clients. I think I've seen/done it before
822: [14:04:03] <MarkGuinn> RewriteCond %{HTTP_HOST} ^www\.(.*)$ [NC]
823: [14:04:03] <MarkGuinn> RewriteRule ^(.*)$ http://%1/$1 [R=301,L]
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825: [14:05:19] <leomeloxp> Well, something like that. MarkGuinn beat me to it =P
826: [14:05:43] <Sphere> Weird thing is, Director has a force-to-www version
827: [14:05:52] <Sphere> but not a force-no-www method
828: [14:05:53] <MarkGuinn> Happened to be working on a project that used that.
829: [14:06:28] <r3v3rb> MarkGuinn: great, also has to push http to https which is what is/was confusing me getting them to work mutually
830: [14:06:54] <r3v3rb> Sphere: idea for a dataextension there then :)
831: [14:07:23] <r3v3rb> RewriteCond %{HTTPS} !=on
832: [14:07:24] <r3v3rb> RewriteRule ^ https://%{HTTP_HOST}%{REQUEST_URI} [L,R=301]
833: [14:07:33] <r3v3rb> is what I have for the HTTP to HTTPS push
834: [14:09:24] <Seraphia_> oh well... on my dev machine and on the testing environment, my backendworks like a charm... but on production, the CMS stucks at the logo splash screen... no white spaces before <?php tags, no nothing :( When I remove the splash screen using the debugging tools, I can see, that the page tree doesnt work... everything else works fine. anyone has an idea?
835: [14:10:15] <r3v3rb> Seraphia - dev mode, php error_reporting(E_ALL) and check apache/php logs on server
836: [14:10:18] <r3v3rb> maybe?
837: [14:11:01] <Seraphia_> error reporting is on - no errors, also tried dev mode
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840: [14:13:46] <leomeloxp> r3v3rb: On my vhost.conf I have this for HTTP->HTTPs
841: [14:13:49] <leomeloxp> r3v3rb: <VirtualHost *:80>
842: [14:13:49] <leomeloxp> ServerName example.com
843: [14:13:49] <leomeloxp>
844: [14:13:49] <leomeloxp> # Re-direct all HTTP traffic to HTTPS
845: [14:13:52] <leomeloxp> RewriteEngine On
846: [14:13:55] <leomeloxp> RewriteRule ^(.*)$ https://%{HTTP_HOST}$1 [R=301,L]
847: [14:13:59] <leomeloxp>
848: [14:14:29] <leomeloxp> Then the *:443 will take care of it from there
849: [14:14:57] <r3v3rb> http://hastebin.com/uporiwayit.apache <- works a treat, handles all cases and ends up with https://domain.com
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852: [14:18:10] <Seraphia_> Okay - the issues seems to be connected to cloudflare :/
853: [14:18:37] <ss-helper> Update a field after Linking / Unlinking Many-Many records in SilverStripe - http://stackoverflow.com/questions/32324867/update-a-field-after-linking-unlinking-many-many-records-in-silverstripe
854: [14:18:59] <terryapodaca> with composer, does "composer update --no-dev" also update SilverStripe if needed?
855: [14:19:06] <terryapodaca> or does that just update the modules
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857: [14:24:59] <Seraphia_> for the records: cloudflare with its rocketscript optimizations can destroy the functionality of the silverstripe backend (symptom is the hanging splash screen)
858: [14:26:15] <terryapodaca> Seraphia_: yep, over night one of our system admins turned on Cloudflare to hopefully help wiht the speed of some of our sites and just about every SilverStripe site on the server went down
859: [14:27:00] <terryapodaca> at the time me and my coworker had NO IDEA what he did and it took us about half a day to track it down to simply turning Cloudflare off
860: [14:27:09] <Seraphia_> the funny thing is, that it worked for months WITH cloudflare, but today it destroyed the backend
861: [14:27:28] <Seraphia_> i now simply made an exclude rule for the backend
862: [14:27:39] <terryapodaca> yep, i've had others tell me it works on and off
863: [14:27:59] <terryapodaca> but kept getting those custom 404 pages CF serves up
864: [14:28:45] <Seraphia_> very weird
865: [14:28:55] <Pycnak> swaiba: larry from oracle was the xerox engineer that came up with the desktop?
866: [14:29:22] <swaiba> Pycnak no larry is your database loving friend
867: [14:29:36] <swaiba> https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Larry_Ellison
868: [14:31:38] <Pycnak> swaiba: I know.
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870: [14:32:01] <Pycnak> Just the sequence of topic made it seem like he was at xerox too, eh
871: [14:32:04] <swaiba> phew, you dind't strike me as that out of the loop!
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874: [14:35:59] <Pycnak> swaiba: contracted a virus.
875: [14:36:04] <Pycnak> brain not all that with it today.
876: [14:36:14] <Pycnak> with neat things like this:
877: [14:36:20] <Pycnak> not helping.
878: [14:37:23] <Pycnak> http://hastebin.com/onoxeceboq.avrasm
879: [14:38:10] <Pycnak> honestly what the fuck.
880: [14:38:43] <wmk> analysing a typo3 site for an offer
881: [14:38:56] <wmk> index.php?id=123 really really hurts
882: [14:38:57] <Pycnak> I've had to patch a C file that wasn't cross platform because it was filled with inline 32bit inline assembly.
883: [14:39:17] <wmk> hastebin?
884: [14:39:22] <Pycnak> apparently, yeh.
885: [14:39:42] <Pycnak> accepts keyboard commands it seems, so I guess that's maybe why.
886: [14:39:43] <Pycnak> idk.
887: [14:39:48] <wmk> oh, i overlooked the S inside
888: [14:40:10] <swaiba> lol
889: [14:40:25] <wmk> does "haste" have a meaning?=
890: [14:41:35] <Pycnak> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X_Q1j-q5pMY
891: [14:43:38] <wmk> question: can i do validation / requirements on page types in backend?
892: [14:43:46] <wmk> any example around?
893: [14:43:50] <Pycnak> haste?meaning=speed#with_or_at
894: [14:45:36] <Pycnak> wmk: of course. As usual
895: [14:45:49] <Pycnak> back end is really just a different kind of front end
896: [14:45:59] <wmk> but when i create a page, nothing is filled in, so required field will fail?
897: [14:46:14] <wmk> or no validation onCreate?
898: [14:46:33] <Pycnak> for ajax there's jquery.ondemand.js or something that reads headers and pulls files in as needed (also the reason nginx has buffer overflow issues)
899: [14:47:10] <Pycnak> well you're just creating objects right. I guess they should always have canCreate/onBeforeWrite/validate() implementations to guard that.
900: [14:47:21] <Pycnak> swaiba: halp.
901: [14:47:26] <Pycnak> how to fix?
902: [14:47:34] <Pycnak> http://hastebin.com/onoxeceboq.avrasm
903: [14:48:32] <swaiba> Pycnak - you talking to me? last time I used orcale was almost 10 years ago
904: [14:48:44] <swaiba> and last time I installed it was.... like.... never
905: [14:48:53] <swaiba> try sqlite instead
906: [14:48:57] <swaiba> :-PO
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908: [14:49:35] <elgabbu> hi all ... is there a way to generate the edit link of a dataobject ... something like CMSEditLink but for dataobjects
909: [14:50:48] <Pycnak> swaiba: external database (external provider, propietary system), on Oracle 8
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911: [14:51:20] <Pycnak> php-oci8 will install with 9iR2, so that's cool. But I can't get 9iR2 installed :<
912: [14:51:24] <swaiba> yeah I know, but call them up and tell them they are wrong and all research points to sqlite instead :DDDD
913: [14:52:03] <Pycnak> no, we have another provider now. Their limited method of letting us get our own data is to provide an ODBC driver to FLAT FILES.
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915: [14:55:19] <swaiba> flat files rock!
916: [14:55:40] <Pycnak> swaiba: But I wasn't actually asking for help. I was more saying "dude, look at this awesome wtf screenshot"
917: [14:55:52] <Pycnak> ./runInstaller
918: [14:56:05] <Pycnak> bash: - runInstaller: no such file or directory
919: [14:56:08] <Pycnak> ls
920: [14:56:12] <Pycnak> runInstaller
921: [14:56:20] <Pycnak> HRNNNNNNGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGG
922: [14:56:36] <Pycnak> with all the +x's
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924: [15:01:21] <swaiba> elgabbu well yeah - you can just observe the URL in the admin system and make one up like it
925: [15:01:36] <swaiba> I used to do real complex ones for V2.4 and then they made it super easy for V3
926: [15:01:47] <swaiba> Pycnak and I wasn't actually helping you lol
927: [15:05:47] <kinglozzer> Pycnak: chmod 777, chmod +rwx, SUDO ./DOTHINGS
928: [15:15:38] <Pycnak> swaiba: I know :P
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930: [15:16:02] <Pycnak> kinglozzer: nope.
931: [15:17:08] <Pycnak> root@box:/home/dylanwa/oracle9/Disk1# ./install/linux/runInstaller <tab> runInstaller runInstaller.ORIG runInstaller.sh root@box:/home/dylanwa/oracle9/Disk1# ./install/linux/runInstaller <enter> bash: ./install/linux/runInstaller: No such file or directory root@box:/home/dylanwa/oracle9/Disk1#
932: [15:17:40] <Pycnak> useless as fuck
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934: [15:24:04] <Sphere> Argh, annoying firefox that keeps crashing :X
935: [15:24:09] <Sphere> Ow, kinglozzer?
936: [15:25:39] <Sphere> kinglozzer: I think... you won this round, although it's quite heavy on the server: https://github.com/axyr/silverstripe-ideannotator/commit/c9f099767e0ab38bf0ee5ed8f7c3074a8f52612e
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942: [15:43:55] <Sphere> Bleh. Brain hurting and such.
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944: [15:46:29] <kinglozzer> Sphere: Ouch!
945: [15:47:09] <kinglozzer> Sphere: Why are you populating the $this->objectList so many times?
946: [15:47:50] <kinglozzer> I assume $this->annotateDataObject() is called many times? Would probably make more sense to populate $this->objectList on __construct() or something?
947: [15:47:53] <kinglozzer> Or have a getter
948: [15:49:59] <Sphere> kinglozzer: initial version ;)
949: [15:50:09] <Sphere> I want those to a __construct
950: [15:50:25] <wmk> anyone exported a page tree from typo3 and imported to silverstripe?
951: [15:50:28] <Sphere> but this works for now, and I'm just having issues concentrating with the bad case of a cold I have.
952: [15:50:33] <kinglozzer> The other thing is every time you call generateORMOwnerProperties(), you loop over $this->objectList and fetch the extensions, then check with in_array(). You could instead loop over all the object classes *once* in __construct() and just store a huge array of 'classname' => array('extensions') or something :)
953: [15:50:48] <Sphere> I am aware of it ;)
954: [15:51:12] <Sphere> Just not the energy to fix it at the moment
955: [15:51:47] <Sphere> Also, IntelliJ is slow as hell currently, so trying something is.... ARGH
956: [15:52:10] <Sphere> But yeah, I fully agree it's not the best solution to my problem ;)
957: [15:52:16] <kinglozzer> Sphere: did your colleagues enjoy the cards you ordered for them? :P
958: [15:52:35] <Sphere> They're all cancelled, so... I hope not!
959: [15:52:46] <kinglozzer> Phew ;)
960: [15:52:55] <Sphere> Also... the colleague in the tests has been fired last friday :X
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963: [15:59:54] <Sphere> kinglozzer: Also, feel free to update and create PR's ;)
964: [16:00:08] <Sphere> I'm very aware the current solution is far from the best ;)
965: [16:00:24] <kinglozzer> Sphere: I'm a Sublime Text peasant, so the module doesn't do much for me :(
966: [16:00:36] <Sphere> O_o
967: [16:01:26] <Sphere> I didn't know those kind of people existed!
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970: [16:01:50] <cupcake> alo o/
971: [16:01:54] <kinglozzer> Heh, I've tried PHPStorm etc and.. I dunno..
972: [16:02:08] <kinglozzer> I just find ST much faster, easier to get running, and I don't really miss IDE features much
973: [16:03:21] <Sphere> Well, that's true, Sublime is fast.
974: [16:05:11] <swaiba_> kinglozzer Textpad / vi still faster than PHPStorm
975: [16:05:35] <swaiba_> but if I had to chose one IDE for it would be PHPStorm (if that makes any sense)
976: [16:13:49] <Sphere> __construct fails and too tired to look it up. You'll have to deal with my crappy version for now folks.
977: [16:14:42] <kinglozzer> Sphere: forget to call parent::__construct() ?
978: [16:14:56] <Sphere> Nope.
979: [16:15:02] <Sphere> Test doesn't run the construct it seems.
980: [16:17:22] <samlander> <3 phpstorm
981: [16:17:42] <samlander> and now that it has ssh certs all the better
982: [16:17:49] <kinglozzer> Hmm, maybe something to do with the mock class
983: [16:17:58] <ss-helper> Re: [silverstripe-dev] Re: Insert media into page popup modal incl. add by URL - https://groups.google.com/d/msg/silverstripe-dev/9sfkXXgJS8c/-C08STxaBgAJ
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985: [16:18:29] <kinglozzer> Sphere: You can use this approach instead of creating a mock class: https://github.com/silverstripe/silverstripe-framework/blob/3/tests/model/DataObjectTest.php#L1099-L1103
986: [16:18:45] <kinglozzer> (I dunno if that's causing the issue with __construct(), just a guess)
987: [16:18:52] <Sphere> It's not the issue ;)
988: [16:19:11] <Sphere> Also, not all of this is mine, so I might just be overlooking something Marvanni made ;)
989: [16:19:12] <leomeloxp> Any emacs users around? =P
990: [16:19:18] <Sphere> No, VIM
991: [16:19:24] <kinglozzer> nano?
992: [16:19:25] <kinglozzer> :P
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994: [16:19:48] <Sphere> Nano is for pussies
995: [16:19:51] <leomeloxp> Real programmers use emacs! ;-)
996: [16:20:18] <Sphere> Heh, thorough reading, test passing.
997: [16:21:44] <Sphere> Does anyone know how to have IntelliJ align the = sign below each other?
998: [16:21:49] <Sphere> It's bugging the hell outta me.
999: [16:21:52] <leomeloxp> Actually, I use emacs for many things, but its web-mode is quite bad, making writing PHP on emacs unpractical. For coding I use Sublime Text, it's the perfect balance between nice GUI, speed and functionality
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1002: [16:26:09] <swaiba_> I can confirm that nano is those with lesser skills
1003: [16:26:19] <swaiba_> whilst I don't like emacs, I respect it's users
1004: [16:28:50] <kinglozzer> swaiba_: I'm a user with lesser skills and I find this offensive
1005: [16:28:51] <kinglozzer> ;)
1006: [16:29:05] <kinglozzer> tbf I barely ever use any of them
1007: [16:29:15] <kinglozzer> and even then it's for a one-line amend or something
1008: [16:29:19] <kinglozzer> or git
1009: [16:29:19] <kinglozzer> :P
1010: [16:29:57] <kinglozzer> anyway, home! bb all
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1012: [16:29:59] <swaiba_> well if you don't live editing files on the server (like I badly learned to do) then it's best
1013: [16:30:24] <swaiba_> bye then!
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1022: [17:13:39] <ryanwachtl> Users getting directed to login page seemingly randomly with a Permission::check('ADMIN') in custom controller init, reload URL and user is seeing as being logged in again. Any idea where I should debugging?
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1036: [18:35:34] <Sphere> I feel crappy, somebody cheer me up :)
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1039: [18:44:48] <AlphaCactus> Sphere, if you are cold, you should go sit in a corner
1040: [18:45:08] <Sphere> Because it's at 90 degrees?
1041: [18:45:13] <AlphaCactus> :P
1042: [18:47:11] <wmk> Sphere, F or C ?
1043: [18:47:18] <Sphere> C
1044: [18:47:30] <wmk> corner of sauna i guess
1045: [18:47:51] <Sphere> Do not talk to me about Sauna's! Do you know what Wellness means?
1046: [18:47:54] <Sphere> Exactly :X
1047: [18:48:09] <wmk> Loch Wellness ?
1048: [18:48:35] <Sphere> Wellness Giftcards is a giftcard for a sauna ;)
1049: [18:49:06] <wmk> we have great saunas over here, you might send me a giftcard for it
1050: [18:49:30] <Sphere> I don't think I can arrange for that. But if you're ever near Amersfoort.... :P
1051: [18:50:06] <wmk> hmm, we should make an after conference sauna
1052: [18:50:14] <wmk> before going for a drink
1053: [18:50:29] <Sphere> Should I arrange for the sauna to have a meetup-space for us then?
1054: [18:50:39] <Sphere> I can now.... just 3 months left :P
1055: [18:50:59] <wmk> Sauna in combination with wheat beer.. yummy
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1058: [19:04:00] <MMKJay> Can someone help me with CSV getExportFields()? I've got a simple model admin with an export csv. But one of the columns includes special characters. which is messing up the columns when I import into Excel
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1060: [19:16:22] <Sphere> I feel like I'm about to die :(
1061: [19:16:31] <Sphere> Being sick sucks
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1065: [19:29:37] <wmk> sicke di sick suck suck??
1066: [19:29:43] <wmk> !paste MMKJay
1067: [19:29:44] <ss-helper> MMKJay: Please paste your code using something like http://kopy.io/ or http://www.sspaste.com/ or https://gist.github.com/ and then paste the link here.
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1069: [19:30:47] <MMKJay> wmk: http://www.sspaste.com/paste/show/5627e7d5f19c9
1070: [19:30:54] <MMKJay> Its a simple export on a model admin
1071: [19:31:05] <MMKJay> it works but " chars in the titles are screwing up the formatting of the CSV
1072: [19:31:39] <wmk> hmm
1073: [19:32:09] <MMKJay> wmk: if I do a str_replace on " to inch. It all works fine. but my client prefers to use " to indicate inch. But the " is messing up columns :(
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1075: [19:34:04] <wmk> MMKJay, well, normally it should be masked in exportbutton
1076: [19:34:27] <wmk> MMKJay, do you need csv? how many rows are you exporting? maybe exporting directly to xlsx would be an option?
1077: [19:34:38] <AlphaCactus> http://api.silverstripe.org/master/class-GridFieldExportButton.html
1078: [19:34:43] <MMKJay> Yeah, I thought SS would have escaped the chars. It just doesn't seem to be. Infact what it's outputting is / in replace of the Inch but that still messes up.
1079: [19:34:50] <MMKJay> Ok XLSX would be an option!
1080: [19:35:02] <wmk> if you don't have thousends of rows
1081: [19:35:20] <MMKJay> No, a few hundred at most. Whats best way to implement xlsx?
1082: [19:35:53] <wmk> MMKJay, https://github.com/axyr/silverstripe-phpexcel
1083: [19:36:02] <wmk> replace the export button with this one
1084: [19:36:10] <wmk> and be sure to install via composer for the deps
1085: [19:36:14] <wmk> worth a try
1086: [19:36:23] <MMKJay> that's great. Thanks :)
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1090: [19:42:39] <Parker1090> Is there a minimum screen size requirement for split screen editing in 3.2? It used to work in 3.1.x, but I've just upgraded and now it doesn't load
1091: [19:43:20] <Sphere> I just ordered my planetickets.
1092: [19:43:49] <Sphere> And flying Dodge to New Zealand is more expensive, than a flight forward and back, for myself :X
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1095: [19:45:06] <darjus01> Hi all in 3.2 setUfSetup not usable?
1096: [19:48:07] <ss-helper> Question about /Security/login page - https://groups.google.com/d/msg/silverstripe-dev/lrDqaNOglOs/0a3PO4VlBgAJ
1097: [19:48:19] <wmk> Parker1090, clear your browser cache
1098: [19:49:01] <wmk> you ordered on planet icket, Sphere ?
1099: [19:49:47] <darjus01> Hi all in 3.2 setUfSetup not usable?
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1102: [19:50:34] <Sphere> wmk: Yep
1103: [19:52:06] <Parker1090> wmk - done, but no change
1104: [19:53:00] <wmk> Parker1090, so what's your screen resolution? Did you try to debug the javascript yourself? did you see any errors on your javascript console? what browser are you using?
1105: [19:53:09] <Sphere> I wanted to wash my bedlinnen today
1106: [19:53:14] <Sphere> I faileid.
1107: [19:53:33] <wmk> cat not going out of bed?
1108: [19:53:59] <Sphere> Haha, no, I just forgot :P
1109: [19:54:25] <Parker1090> wmk - using latest Chrome, with screen res of 1366x768. The only error in the JS console are relating to tinymce "'webkitMovementX' is deprecated. Please use 'movementX' instead.", the same for "Y"
1110: [19:55:47] <wmk> so the other two views are working?
1111: [19:55:57] <Parker1090> Yep
1112: [19:56:06] <wmk> but if there was a minimum resolution, i guess the UI wouldn't show the third option on your screen
1113: [19:56:28] * wmk starts up a 3.2 installation
1114: [19:58:13] <Parker1090> Hmm, just tried it on another site I have running 3.2, and same there too
1115: [20:01:20] <Parker1090> Also just tried it on the demo set up, and that doesn't work either...
1116: [20:03:08] <ss-helper> Re: Question about /Security/login page - https://groups.google.com/d/msg/silverstripe-dev/lrDqaNOglOs/foOQvbVmBgAJ
1117: [20:03:40] <wmk> Parker1090, yup
1118: [20:03:52] <wmk> it disappears about 1350px width
1119: [20:04:08] <wmk> of the rendered html
1120: [20:04:17] <Sphere> Sleep tight folks. I'm off to bed.
1121: [20:04:22] <wmk> so with border or scroll bar you might be a bit too small
1122: [20:04:33] <wmk> Sphere, sleep well and get healthy again
1123: [20:05:00] <wmk> but Parker1090 do you really need _split_ on that small resolution?
1124: [20:06:14] <wmk> Parker1090, about 1380px width, not caring about left menu expanded or not
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1126: [20:11:34] <Parker1090> Not really for me wmk, it's something one of my clients use. I had an issue with it in 3.1.x, and I've upgraded in hope it fixed it
1127: [20:11:39] <Parker1090> But now have no way of testing it
1128: [20:12:14] <Parker1090> Wait, I lie... I can just zoom out and that works
1129: [20:12:14] <wmk> larger resolution ;)
1130: [20:12:41] <wmk> g'n8 all
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1133: [20:13:12] <pinc_> morning
1134: [20:13:26] <Parker1090> My original issue still exists though - but only when the split screen is present. Basically, my issue is for some reason if you're editing a page, and then try and go to a different page, it loads fine but then loads the previous page back up
1135: [20:13:36] <Parker1090> Morning pinc_
1136: [20:13:54] <pinc_> I'm a frontender, and I have a silly question
1137: [20:14:00] <pinc_> #trivial
1138: [20:14:14] <pinc_> I want to set a placeholder image in a model admin gridfield display
1139: [20:14:45] <pinc_> any help would be great, my silly way of trying and failing is as follows
1140: [20:15:04] <pinc_> https://gist.github.com/permanentinc/3e0c6d7e4636dfb6f504
1141: [20:15:24] <pinc_> But this just outputs text no image
1142: [20:18:08] <ss-helper> Re: Question about /Security/login page - https://groups.google.com/d/msg/silverstripe-dev/lrDqaNOglOs/4jjuFUVnBgAJ
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1150: [20:35:48] <helenclarko> MORNING o?
1151: [20:35:54] <helenclarko> o/ even
1152: [20:36:35] <helenclarko> Woop woop Toronto Blue Jays!
1153: [20:36:35] <Parker1090> Hi
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1161: [20:47:03] <Parker1090> I have an issue at the moment, where if I'm on for example admin/pages/edit/show/9, and then click onto the page with an ID 12, it'll go to that page, and then go back to the other page almost straight away after it's loaded the new one... Any help massively appreciated as I'm going around in circles!
1162: [20:48:14] <darjus01> is any good php cart class library that I could use in silverstripe without any ecommerce solution?
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1164: [20:51:14] <DanaeNZ> Parker1090: check if you have weird redirects in your page controller?
1165: [20:51:39] <Parker1090> I don't have any redirects there =/
1166: [20:51:40] <DanaeNZ> it can actually affect the CMS in the split edit window
1167: [20:52:16] <Parker1090> I've literally ripped this site apart - disabling things bit by bit and seeing if it fixes it, but without any joy =/
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1169: [20:53:24] <AlphaCactus> what if you don't have preview window enabled?
1170: [20:53:32] <Parker1090> It works fine
1171: [20:53:43] <DanaeNZ> calling it some redirect
1172: [20:53:47] <Parker1090> Actual, preview mode works fine too - it's just the split view
1173: [20:53:55] <DanaeNZ> weird
1174: [20:53:56] <AlphaCactus> javascript?
1175: [20:54:11] <Parker1090> No errors
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1178: [20:54:31] <AlphaCactus> functioning javascript?
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1181: [20:54:57] <Parker1090> The only things I have are bootstrap and fontawesome - nothing custom there
1182: [20:55:11] <Guest65662> morning all
1183: [20:55:23] <AlphaCactus> clean cookies?
1184: [20:55:33] <DanaeNZ> Parker1090: Do you have a custom Link() function?
1185: [20:55:33] <Guest65662> is someone able to point me in the right direction with a form issue?
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1187: [20:56:17] * AlphaCactus points in the right direction
1188: [20:56:20] <Parker1090> DanaeNZ: Nope
1189: [20:56:22] <Guest65662> how do you maintain the $this->request->param('id') during submit
1190: [20:56:36] <darjus01> is any php cart library that I could take and use it in silverstripe, without any ecoomerce solution?
1191: [20:56:40] <AlphaCactus> hidden field or session?
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1193: [20:56:56] <Parker1090> DanaeNZ: the literal copy I have at the moment has nothing enabled. The Page.php file is basically the bare extension of SiteTree
1194: [20:57:24] <DanaeNZ> Parker1090: try backing up your theme and mysite and reinstalling the silverstripe installation
1195: [20:57:51] <Guest65662> yeah i normally do session... just seems yuk. no built in way?
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1197: [20:58:33] <AlphaCactus> it has to persist somewhere.... you could put it in the db. or save it to the filesystem.
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1199: [20:59:20] <Guest65662> hmmm ok maybe i'll keep it as sessions
1200: [20:59:23] <Guest65662> thnak
1201: [20:59:27] <Guest65662> thanks*
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1204: [21:06:32] <adrexia> hidden field is probably the better option
1205: [21:06:49] <AlphaCactus> but hidden field can be manipulated by user
1206: [21:06:55] <adrexia> true
1207: [21:07:14] <adrexia> so I guess it depends on what it is.
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1209: [21:12:58] <micmania1> Hidden field should be fine as long as proper validation is done after submission
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1216: [21:30:35] <Parker1090> DanaeNZ: Just wanted to let you know that as I mentioned previously, I'm ripping the site apart to identify the issue (it's a copied site so all good :P)
1217: [21:30:47] <Parker1090> It turns out, it is the template... but it's not JS
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1219: [21:32:09] <AlphaCactus> a template can do a redirect?
1220: [21:32:59] <Parker1090> It's causing it
1221: [21:33:12] <ss-helper> Re: [silverstripe-dev] Re: Insert media into page popup modal incl. add by URL - https://groups.google.com/d/msg/silverstripe-dev/9sfkXXgJS8c/fo_SBJ1rBgAJ
1222: [21:34:00] <AlphaCactus> how?
1223: [21:34:24] <Parker1090> Bear with me - I'm removing things from the template and testing it bit by bit
1224: [21:36:00] <Parker1090> Ok, interestingly, if I remove $MetaTags(false), it seems to work fine... as soon as that line is added back in, it does the redirection thing
1225: [21:36:48] <Parker1090> But I have no idea why because it works elsewhere...
1226: [21:37:24] <DanaeNZ> Parker1090: check for anywhere in the code where additional meta tags are being called int
1227: [21:37:26] <DanaeNZ> in*
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1231: [21:39:06] <novaweb> killin deploynaut, like a thug.
1232: [21:39:43] <helenclark0> Parker1090, what is the meta tag? its not a refresh tag is it?
1233: [21:39:50] <Parker1090> Nope
1234: [21:41:51] * helenclark0 is now known as helenclarko
1235: [21:42:17] <Parker1090> http://www.sspaste.com/paste/show/562806a29cfa7 <-- That's the top part of the head
1236: [21:43:20] <Parker1090> That version doesn't work
1237: [21:43:24] <Parker1090> This one does: http://www.sspaste.com/paste/show/562806e820766
1238: [21:43:54] <Parker1090> The only difference being the output of the $MetaTags(false)
1239: [21:43:58] <novaweb> Parker1090, line 7 semicolon?
1240: [21:44:06] <novaweb> I don't know what your issue is, just joined, but.
1241: [21:45:08] <Parker1090> novaweb: line 7 is generated from the $MetaTags(false) - unmodified, so the output is whats generated by SS
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1243: [21:48:12] <ss-helper> Re: [silverstripe-dev] Re: Question about /Security/login page - https://groups.google.com/d/msg/silverstripe-dev/lrDqaNOglOs/yXl1-lFsBgAJ
1244: [21:48:58] <Parker1090> Ok, even better... if I manually put the meta tags into the template rather than through the function, it still doesn't work. However, if I remove '<meta name="x-page-id" content="7" />', all is fine...
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1246: [21:49:44] <Parker1090> But I still don't get it because that works perfectly fine on other sites... But I'm too tired to care - it's working and that's good enough for me at the moment
1247: [21:49:49] <Parker1090> Thanks all for your help anyway! :)
1248: [21:49:49] <darjus01> is any tutorial how to change product page to dataobject in swipestripe?
1249: [21:50:29] <helenclarko> darjus01, Probably need to talk to Stomach.
1250: [21:50:48] <Stomach> whats up
1251: [21:51:27] <darjus01> Is any tutorial how to change ProductPage to Product DataObject in swipestripe?
1252: [21:51:36] <DanaeNZ> that sounds like a huge pain
1253: [21:52:20] <darjus01> after all developing and problems and stuff i desided to stick with swipestripe but change only one thing is Products need to be Objects
1254: [21:52:31] <adrexia> you could just use something like lumberjack, right?
1255: [21:52:48] <adrexia> remove them from the sitetree
1256: [21:53:10] <adrexia> Pages are DataObjects, they just have a bunch of extra stuff on top
1257: [21:53:36] <adrexia> https://github.com/micmania1/silverstripe-lumberjack
1258: [21:54:01] <micmania1> the silverstripe one is more developed now I believe
1259: [21:54:11] <micmania1> htps://github.com/silverstripe/silverstripe-lumberjack
1260: [21:54:13] <adrexia> ahh
1261: [21:54:14] <adrexia> :)
1262: [21:54:30] <adrexia> meh. should have left it where it was :P
1263: [21:55:34] <adrexia> https://github.com/silverstripe/silverstripe-lumberjack even
1264: [21:55:34] <adrexia> :D
1265: [21:55:36] <darjus01> hmm ok I will try it because there was lots on modules that made page as objects but all failed with versions
1266: [21:55:45] <micmania1> I was literally just typing that out lol
1267: [21:55:51] <adrexia> I was wondering why irc asked me what app to open it with ;)
1268: [21:55:54] <micmania1> that what happens when you manually type a url :D
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1272: [22:03:11] <antmas> mornin all o/
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1274: [22:04:07] <DanaeNZ> hey antmas \o
1275: [22:04:43] <antmas> went and saw The Martian last night
1276: [22:04:46] <antmas> was AWESOME
1277: [22:05:08] <DanaeNZ> maaaaaatt daaamooooon
1278: [22:05:12] <antmas> :D
1279: [22:05:23] <DanaeNZ> hm i should watch a movie every once in a while
1280: [22:05:26] <DanaeNZ> so expenny tho
1281: [22:05:44] <antmas> mm
1282: [22:05:53] <antmas> cheaper tuesdays
1283: [22:05:59] <antmas> once per month is usually pretty good
1284: [22:06:35] <antmas> it's my Friday today \o/
1285: [22:06:36] <DanaeNZ> haha i like how it's "cheaper" tuesdays and not "cheap" tuesdays
1286: [22:06:39] <DanaeNZ> SAME
1287: [22:06:49] <antmas> DanaeNZ: did you book it off as well?
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1289: [22:07:02] <DanaeNZ> my friends in Tauranga get movies for $9 on tuesdays scre them
1290: [22:07:04] <DanaeNZ> yeah i did
1291: [22:07:08] <DanaeNZ> Armageddon begins tomorrowe
1292: [22:07:16] <antmas> DanaeNZ: hi5 for 4 day weekend o/
1293: [22:07:18] <DanaeNZ> there was actually a feature in the paper today
1294: [22:07:20] <DanaeNZ> \o
1295: [22:07:35] <DanaeNZ> my friend is front and center as Astrid
1296: [22:07:42] <DanaeNZ> I'm gonna buy A NEWSPAPER
1297: [22:07:46] <antmas> mm ticket was $16 last night, tuesday is usually like $9
1298: [22:07:46] <DanaeNZ> for the first time in my life
1299: [22:07:53] <DanaeNZ> guh
1300: [22:08:00] <DanaeNZ> cheap tuesday here is like $13
1301: [22:08:47] <antmas> was funny
1302: [22:09:03] <antmas> had some old biddy sitting next to us getting a fright every 5 seconds lol
1303: [22:09:06] <antmas> she loved it
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1306: [22:10:17] <DanaeNZ> naaw cute
1307: [22:11:26] <Parker1090> night all :)
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1309: [22:11:59] <antmas> Parker1090: o/
1310: [22:14:17] <antmas> yay first non astronomical powerbill for the year \o/
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1312: [22:15:28] <Phlunk3> lol, we just moved into a new place and have had two very low bills, expecting them to realise they've messed up and get back to overcharging me again with this next bill :/
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1314: [22:15:46] <antmas> mm
1315: [22:16:04] <antmas> it's funny because you look at our (company provided) usage graph
1316: [22:16:13] <antmas> and we've used LESS power that last year month to month
1317: [22:16:26] <antmas> and been charged more this year
1318: [22:17:45] <DanaeNZ> boo
1319: [22:17:56] <DanaeNZ> my power bill went down too
1320: [22:17:58] <DanaeNZ> yay summer
1321: [22:18:07] <DanaeNZ> OH SHIT I GOTTA PAY THAT
1322: [22:18:11] <antmas> lol
1323: [22:18:19] <antmas> DanaeNZ: internet yet?
1324: [22:19:51] <DanaeNZ> antmas: they gonna come round to scope it out on the 2nd november
1325: [22:20:03] <DanaeNZ> internet on the 11th if i'm lucky
1326: [22:20:11] <antmas> does your house just have weird wiring or something?
1327: [22:20:14] <DanaeNZ> fuck I can never remember my genesis username
1328: [22:20:24] <DanaeNZ> antmas: they can't put copper in for some reason
1329: [22:20:36] <antmas> and no fibre?
1330: [22:20:38] <DanaeNZ> and they have to check out the crawlspace I guess
1331: [22:20:41] <DanaeNZ> antmas: that too
1332: [22:20:47] <antmas> so lame
1333: [22:20:47] <DanaeNZ> I'm getting fibre installed
1334: [22:20:52] <DanaeNZ> fuckin a
1335: [22:21:00] <DanaeNZ> I've wasted so much goddamn money on data
1336: [22:21:05] <DanaeNZ> fucking exorbitant
1337: [22:21:22] <DanaeNZ> like, I'm gonna get internet, and I'm gonna SAVE money
1338: [22:22:03] <xyphoid> haha we got our new house first month power bill
1339: [22:22:04] <xyphoid> $23
1340: [22:22:08] <xyphoid> guess solar panels do help
1341: [22:24:38] <antmas> $23 NZD?
1342: [22:24:52] <DanaeNZ> my mate has a house with solar panels all along the roof
1343: [22:24:58] <antmas> our powerbill was $181
1344: [22:25:01] <DanaeNZ> he said the power company should be paying him
1345: [22:25:10] <DanaeNZ> doesn't pay anything
1346: [22:25:15] <antmas> DanaeNZ: they do if you put it back in the grid
1347: [22:25:23] <antmas> well
1348: [22:25:28] <antmas> they pay you 'credits'
1349: [22:25:38] <DanaeNZ> do buy more power you don't need?
1350: [22:25:42] <DanaeNZ> well I guess winter is a thing
1351: [22:26:03] <antmas> well if you ever move, you take the credit with you too
1352: [22:26:48] <Colin[pi]> o/
1353: [22:26:56] <antmas> Colin[pi]: o/
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1355: [22:33:14] <ss-helper> Re: [silverstripe-dev] Re: Insert media into page popup modal incl. add by URL - https://groups.google.com/d/msg/silverstripe-dev/9sfkXXgJS8c/-dNZC8tuBgAJ
1356: [22:33:14] <ss-helper> Re: [silverstripe-dev] Re: Insert media into page popup modal incl. add by URL - https://groups.google.com/d/msg/silverstripe-dev/9sfkXXgJS8c/ueqJTatuBgAJ
1357: [22:33:14] <ss-helper> Re: [silverstripe-dev] Re: Insert media into page popup modal incl. add by URL - https://groups.google.com/d/msg/silverstripe-dev/9sfkXXgJS8c/0yo67JRuBgAJ
1358: [22:33:22] <DanaeNZ> ss-helper calm down
1359: [22:33:36] <DanaeNZ> Colin[pi]: \o
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1361: [22:34:48] <Colin[pi]> hey DanaeNZ o/
1362: [22:36:07] <DanaeNZ> spronk: o/
1363: [22:36:17] <spronk> haiyo
1364: [22:37:01] <antmas> spronk: o/
1365: [22:37:14] <spronk> AHMM MAAASSSS
1366: [22:37:41] <Colin[pi]> spronk: o/
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1368: [22:37:59] <spronk> RAH MAK AAA
1369: [22:38:32] * spronk stops this nonsense
1370: [22:38:34] <spronk> ^? all
1371: [22:38:39] <Colin[pi]> FUS RO DAH
1372: [22:39:52] <antmas> https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=q81O4wXBlD4#t=20
1373: [22:40:17] <spronk> lol
1374: [22:40:27] <spronk> y u do this to me antmas
1375: [22:40:28] <spronk> y
1376: [22:40:29] <spronk> y!?!?
1377: [22:40:33] <antmas> :D
1378: [22:40:42] * spronk eats the teddy's head
1379: [22:41:04] <Colin[pi]> great now I expect to hear that gay fabulous sounding obi-wan scream from the latest version
1380: [22:41:13] <Colin[pi]> OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOooooooooohhh
1381: [22:41:18] <spronk> haha
1382: [22:41:31] <antmas> http://imgur.com/gallery/5OhAXgq
1383: [22:41:36] <Colin[pi]> 1:25 I lasted
1384: [22:41:38] <DanaeNZ> gay obi-wan scream?? :D
1385: [22:41:59] <spronk> shiit Colin[pi]
1386: [22:41:59] <DanaeNZ> which movie?
1387: [22:42:02] <spronk> good stamina there bro
1388: [22:42:06] * spronk lasted 10sec :(
1389: [22:42:09] <Colin[pi]> DanaeNZ: ep IV
1390: [22:42:18] <DanaeNZ> old-bi-wan
1391: [22:42:20] <antmas> OOOOOORK ORK ORK ORK
1392: [22:42:29] <Colin[pi]> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-yxuDU8gims
1393: [22:42:32] <DanaeNZ> saw a sweeeet sand raider cosplay at wellington armageddon
1394: [22:42:43] <DanaeNZ> wait are they even called sand raiders
1395: [22:42:46] <DanaeNZ> I'm confused
1396: [22:42:54] <Colin[pi]> tuskan raiders / sand people
1397: [22:43:10] <Colin[pi]> god that new sound is so bad :(
1398: [22:43:17] <spronk> Protip: they always travel in single file to hide their numbers
1399: [22:43:21] <antmas> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sI_Pl5GJOsY
1400: [22:43:33] <DanaeNZ> Colin[pi]: LOLOLOLOL I DID NOT REMEMBER THAT
1401: [22:43:41] <spronk> cantina band :D
1402: [22:43:44] <Colin[pi]> DanaeNZ: it's terrible, fuck you lucas
1403: [22:43:45] * spronk 's ringtone!
1404: [22:43:56] <DanaeNZ> omg best ringtone ever
1405: [22:44:00] <DanaeNZ> actually I take that back
1406: [22:44:09] <DanaeNZ> best ringtone is the dethfone ones from metalocalypse
1407: [22:44:14] <spronk> o_O
1408: [22:44:20] <antmas> lolw tf that obiwan sound
1409: [22:44:44] <antmas> other dev here has a fucking wookie call on his
1410: [22:44:47] <antmas> SO LOUD
1411: [22:44:58] <spronk> r2d2 is my text alert :>
1412: [22:45:00] <spronk> <3 r2d2
1413: [22:45:11] <antmas> r2d2 > bb8
1414: [22:45:17] <spronk> fuck yeh
1415: [22:45:30] <spronk> r2d2 is *the* main, pivotal character of the entire star wars saga
1416: [22:45:32] <spronk> fuck darth vader
1417: [22:45:33] <spronk> or luke
1418: [22:45:36] <spronk> it's r2
1419: [22:45:38] <antmas> I hope they meet in the movies and he zaps him with his micro taser :D
1420: [22:45:45] <Colin[pi]> isn't there some huge theory about r2 working for the empire?
1421: [22:45:53] <DanaeNZ> fuck yeah r2
1422: [22:45:54] <antmas> Colin[pi]: lol yeah there is
1423: [22:45:58] <spronk> https://www.reddit.com/r/FanTheories/comments/1r90uu/theory_r2d2_is_the_main_protagonist_in_starwars/
1424: [22:46:00] <antmas> and C3PO is a Force Ghost lol
1425: [22:46:16] <DanaeNZ> i want r2d2 text notifications : <
1426: [22:46:28] <spronk> nothing stopping you, there is
1427: [22:46:32] <Colin[pi]> antmas: I read that theory once and I was like "...huh. Actually sounds pretty compelling" lol
1428: [22:46:38] <antmas> lol yeah
1429: [22:46:55] <antmas> it's kinda like the Phoebe is a crack head in Friends - and the whole thing is about her
1430: [22:47:14] <DanaeNZ> antmas: :O woah
1431: [22:47:23] <Colin[pi]> :o
1432: [22:47:29] <antmas> you didn't see that one?
1433: [22:47:32] <Colin[pi]> no
1434: [22:47:35] <antmas> LOL
1435: [22:47:36] <DanaeNZ> nah
1436: [22:47:37] <antmas> it's great
1437: [22:47:59] <antmas> basically she's a meth'd up addict and that the other friends are figments of her imagination
1438: [22:48:07] <DanaeNZ> hahahah
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1440: [22:48:15] <ss-helper> Re: [silverstripe-dev] Re: Insert media into page popup modal incl. add by URL - https://groups.google.com/d/msg/silverstripe-dev/9sfkXXgJS8c/G_ARvk9vBgAJ
1441: [22:48:30] <DanaeNZ> so that scene in the shop where they are fighting with rachel and monica for a wedding dress
1442: [22:48:39] <DanaeNZ> she's just like this dirty smelly meth head
1443: [22:48:44] <antmas> http://www.ew.com/article/2015/08/27/friends-fan-theory
1444: [22:48:48] <DanaeNZ> causing chaos in a dress ftore
1445: [22:48:52] <DanaeNZ> store*
1446: [22:48:54] <DanaeNZ> lololol
1447: [22:48:55] <antmas> 'All she ever wanted was .... Friends'
1448: [22:49:38] <Colin[pi]> this kinda reminds me of that Garfield minus Garfield comic, ever see that? it's hilarious, makes Jon look like a nutjob: http://garfieldminusgarfield.net/
1449: [22:49:45] <DanaeNZ> LOL
1450: [22:49:49] <antmas> hahahha
1451: [22:49:53] <DanaeNZ> Colin[pi]: omg yes I've seen that
1452: [22:49:58] <spronk> :D:D
1453: [22:50:15] <Colin[pi]> lol: http://garfieldminusgarfield.net/page/9
1454: [22:50:27] <spronk> hahaha that's superb
1455: [22:50:31] <spronk> LOVIN INT LOVIN IT YEAH
1456: [22:50:44] <DanaeNZ> hahahha :LD DPD: D
1457: [22:50:46] * spronk puts on Duran Duran
1458: [22:50:47] <Colin[pi]> rofl: http://garfieldminusgarfield.net/post/116297324817/salad
1459: [22:50:58] <spronk> hahahahahahaha
1460: [22:51:01] <antmas> lol
1461: [22:51:04] <antmas> that's great
1462: [22:51:06] <DanaeNZ> AMAZING
1463: [22:51:33] <Colin[pi]> http://garfieldminusgarfield.net/post/109327750102/ooo
1464: [22:51:37] <Colin[pi]> hahaha
1465: [22:52:23] <DanaeNZ> bahahahaha
1466: [22:52:31] <Colin[pi]> http://garfieldminusgarfield.net/post/105381014692/moon
1467: [22:52:33] <spronk> wow
1468: [22:52:35] <Colin[pi]> rofl brilliant
1469: [22:52:38] <spronk> this is *amazingly* good
1470: [22:52:53] <Colin[pi]> yeah they're great
1471: [22:52:59] <spronk> aw
1472: [22:53:02] <spronk> its a shame the book is so fugly
1473: [22:53:05] <spronk> otherwise i'd buy a copy
1474: [22:53:21] <antmas> spronk: there is a saying for that :P
1475: [22:53:37] <spronk> ...?
1476: [22:53:50] <DanaeNZ> oh i was meant to ask, anyone know a way to change the URL segment on a managed model in a ModelAdmin?
1477: [22:53:53] <antmas> don't judge a book by it's cover?
1478: [22:53:55] <antmas> :P
1479: [22:53:59] <DanaeNZ> it's namespaced and bleh
1480: [22:54:01] <spronk> but
1481: [22:54:05] * ss23 namespaces spronk
1482: [22:54:06] <spronk> i'm judging that motherfucker by it's cover
1483: [22:54:10] <Colin[pi]> the other webcomic I like is Chief O'Brien at Work: http://chiefobrienatwork.com/post/130663336886/episode-94-three-hour-tour-read-the-next-episode
1484: [22:54:16] * spronk is now known as ss23\spronk
1485: [22:54:20] <ss23> A+
1486: [22:54:20] <ss23> :D
1487: [22:54:31] <ss23\spronk> ;D
1488: [22:54:34] <ss23> Oh we're posting webcomics?
1489: [22:54:39] <antmas> lol that poor yellow shirt
1490: [22:54:41] <ss23> http://poorlydrawnlines.com/comic/chilla/
1491: [22:54:51] <ss23\spronk> oh, ss23, what are your main cans that the schiit be too powerful for?
1492: [22:55:00] <ss23> ss23\spronk: HFI-580's
1493: [22:55:03] <ss23\spronk> even with gain switch?
1494: [22:55:16] <DanaeNZ> hahahaha namespaced
1495: [22:55:32] <ss23> ss23\spronk: yeah, even with gain switch
1496: [22:55:35] <ss23\spronk> hmm
1497: [22:55:38] <DanaeNZ> i want a new gaming PC
1498: [22:55:40] <DanaeNZ> but
1499: [22:55:41] <ss23> ss23\spronk: I mean
1500: [22:55:41] <ss23\spronk> that's a little annoying
1501: [22:55:44] <ss23> It's still fine to listen to
1502: [22:55:46] <DanaeNZ> I also want a motorcycle
1503: [22:55:53] <Colin[pi]> DanaeNZ: por que no los dos?
1504: [22:55:55] <ss23> But if anyone ever turns it up to 50% and you put it on you're going to be like "HOLY FUCK JESUS"
1505: [22:55:56] <DanaeNZ> and I aaaalso want to travel
1506: [22:55:58] <ss23\spronk> ah
1507: [22:56:01] <antmas> DanaeNZ: build one like me :D
1508: [22:56:05] <DanaeNZ> Colin[pi]: que?
1509: [22:56:09] <ss23\spronk> is the volume pot reasonably even on both channels at low levels?
1510: [22:56:12] <DanaeNZ> antmas: well that's the idea
1511: [22:56:23] <DanaeNZ> but i have to dick around finding parts
1512: [22:56:25] <DanaeNZ> and ugh
1513: [22:56:31] <ss23\spronk> my EF2A's vol pot is about 50% louder on right chan than left at low levels :(
1514: [22:56:35] <DanaeNZ> new mobo which basically means new everything
1515: [22:56:36] <ss23> ss23\spronk: At levels I listen to, it is, but there's super noticable swing to the left at low levels
1516: [22:56:45] <ss23\spronk> DanaeNZ be richhhh
1517: [22:56:46] <antmas> DanaeNZ: I've officially convinced my Dad to let me butcher a few of his old CT110s into a cafe racer :D
1518: [22:56:56] <DanaeNZ> ss23\spronk: why didn't I think of that
1519: [22:56:58] <ss23\spronk> ss23 ah. sigh
1520: [22:57:05] * novaweb quit (Ping timeout: 250 seconds)
1521: [22:57:13] <ss23\spronk> ikr
1522: [22:57:14] <ss23\spronk> so ez
1523: [22:57:16] <ss23\spronk> thats what rich people do
1524: [22:57:19] <Colin[pi]> DanaeNZ: I know, new gaming PC, and motorbike simulator
1525: [22:57:27] <ss23> ss23\spronk: just get some stax bro
1526: [22:57:31] <ss23\spronk> lul
1527: [22:57:32] <ss23\spronk> well
1528: [22:57:34] <DanaeNZ> Colin[pi]: so GTA IV
1529: [22:57:36] <DanaeNZ> V
1530: [22:57:36] <ss23\spronk> it'd be fine for my hd600/650
1531: [22:57:37] <DanaeNZ> i mean
1532: [22:57:41] <ss23\spronk> but probably not so much for my m50s
1533: [22:57:41] <Colin[pi]> DanaeNZ: pretty much yeah
1534: [22:57:46] <DanaeNZ> oh shit I got an HD650
1535: [22:57:49] <DanaeNZ> i think
1536: [22:58:03] <ss23\spronk> http://en-us.sennheiser.com/global-downloads/file/2912/HD650_hires.jpg
1537: [22:58:09] <Colin[pi]> hnnnggg sennheiser
1538: [22:58:10] <DanaeNZ> oh nvm
1539: [22:58:19] <ss23\spronk> <3 hd650
1540: [22:58:28] * Colin[pi] misses his dead sennheisers :(
1541: [22:58:31] <ss23\spronk> D:
1542: [22:58:32] <DanaeNZ> is that fucking velvet
1543: [22:58:39] <ss23\spronk> ..velour
1544: [22:58:44] <ss23\spronk> close enough :P
1545: [22:58:50] <Colin[pi]> they call me... THE VELOUR FOG
1546: [22:58:58] * ss23\spronk finds Propellerheads - Velvet Pants to listen to
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1548: [22:59:05] <ss23> argh
1549: [22:59:12] <ss23> it's hilighting me when ss23\spronk talks
1550: [22:59:13] <ss23> .<
1551: [22:59:15] <Colin[pi]> ss23\spronk love that album
1552: [22:59:21] <Colin[pi]> pity they only made one :(
1553: [22:59:22] <ss23\spronk> you fucking namespaced me, ss23
1554: [22:59:28] <ss23\spronk> yeah :(
1555: [22:59:34] <ss23> :(
1556: [22:59:38] <ss23\spronk> i was so happy when i found it on actual cd
1557: [22:59:41] * DanaeNZ forks spronk
1558: [22:59:45] * Colin[pi] is now known as ss23\Colin[pi]
1559: [22:59:48] * DanaeNZ is now known as DanaeNZ\spronk
1560: [22:59:48] <ss23\Colin[pi]> omg
1561: [22:59:58] <ss23\spronk> DAMNIT
1562: [22:59:59] <antmas> guis
1563: [23:00:02] <ss23\Colin[pi]> ok now it's getting confusing
1564: [23:00:07] <DanaeNZ\spronk> i need to do a merge request on spronk
1565: [23:00:13] <antmas> it's not even Friday and we're already namespacing each other?
1566: [23:00:14] <ss23\spronk> :'(
1567: [23:00:26] <ss23\spronk> ahaha
1568: [23:00:27] <antmas> I don't even think we've had a chickenbutt attempt yet
1569: [23:00:34] * ss23\spronk is now known as spronk
1570: [23:00:47] * spronk returns to the mothership
1571: [23:00:48] <ss23\Colin[pi]> spronk: ima put that on now, thanks
1572: [23:00:49] * DanaeNZ\spronk is now known as DanaeNZ
1573: [23:00:51] <DanaeNZ> my foooork
1574: [23:01:16] * ss23\Colin[pi] is now known as Colin[pi]
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1576: [23:01:26] <spronk> all the people i know are.. musicians... i revolve around music... that's all i know.
1577: [23:01:31] <spronk> they've each got their own little thing that they like
1578: [23:01:36] <spronk> *doo dee doo doo*
1579: [23:02:06] <spronk> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=woJRUts7_C0
1580: [23:02:19] <Colin[pi]> spronk: banks and banks of humming machinery... I've never seen so many knobs!
1581: [23:02:26] <spronk> :D:D:D
1582: [23:02:51] <Colin[pi]> fun fact: Take California was the first song ever used on an iPod ad
1583: [23:02:58] <spronk> very good. you give me so much at one time. Yes I do. I ... may have bigger for you. B b b b igger? My my.
1584: [23:03:06] <spronk> :D
1585: [23:03:15] <ss-helper> Re: [silverstripe-dev] Re: Insert media into page popup modal incl. add by URL - https://groups.google.com/d/msg/silverstripe-dev/9sfkXXgJS8c/76IP75twBgAJ
1586: [23:03:29] <Colin[pi]> spronk has good taste in music 👍
1587: [23:03:43] <spronk> >:D
1588: [23:04:15] <Colin[pi]> the bass is so good on this album
1589: [23:04:41] <spronk> mm
1590: [23:04:45] * antmas quit (Ping timeout: 246 seconds)
1591: [23:04:59] <spronk> i need to re-rip this
1592: [23:05:01] <spronk> 192kbps...
1593: [23:05:22] <Colin[pi]> senator welcome to our high point for this evening. is there anything of yours that we could keep as a memento of our visit? ... Take California.
1594: [23:05:28] <spronk> :D
1595: [23:06:04] <Colin[pi]> those guys would have had such an epic career if they continued, what the hell happened?
1596: [23:06:19] <spronk> no idea :(
1597: [23:06:21] <spronk> oh
1598: [23:06:22] <spronk> i know
1599: [23:06:31] <spronk> the wachowski fuckers decided to stop using good music in their films?
1600: [23:06:41] <Colin[pi]> lol
1601: [23:06:58] <spronk> spybreak was so fantastically good for that scenee
1602: [23:07:11] <Colin[pi]> spronk: yep, epic
1603: [23:07:27] <spronk> slightly unexpected, but once it gets grooving, it's so... good
1604: [23:07:58] <spronk> UUURRRRGHHH god the matrix was good
1605: [23:07:59] * wmk quit (Ping timeout: 264 seconds)
1606: [23:08:45] <Colin[pi]> spronk: yeah it was one of those occasions where I had very little idea what a film was about, and I left there feeling like "oh. my. god.. that was frickin amazing."
1607: [23:08:58] <Colin[pi]> doesn't happen much these days :\
1608: [23:09:01] <spronk> yeah
1609: [23:09:10] <spronk> i've been trying to put my finger on exactly what it is
1610: [23:09:30] <spronk> i think it has something to do with keeping it simple
1611: [23:09:44] <spronk> terminator genisys was the ultimate fuck you to good movies
1612: [23:09:50] <Colin[pi]> spronk: lol
1613: [23:09:58] <spronk> checklisted all the things that hollywood thinks work well now
1614: [23:10:07] <spronk> stupid cgi, hans zimmer music plastered everywhere, non-stop action, cheesy one liners that don't even fit
1615: [23:10:19] <spronk> zero pace changes
1616: [23:10:25] <Colin[pi]> too much formula
1617: [23:10:38] <Colin[pi]> need some people to have the balls to try something different in Hollywood
1618: [23:10:39] <spronk> and a complete and utter lack of respect for why old movies took literally minutes to show you fuck all
1619: [23:10:45] <spronk> ikr
1620: [23:10:57] <Colin[pi]> this is why I do not have high hopes for the Ghost in the Shell film
1621: [23:11:02] <spronk> :'(
1622: [23:11:07] <Colin[pi]> I mean, I love GITS, I should be over the moon for a film
1623: [23:11:10] <Colin[pi]> but.... hollywood
1624: [23:11:12] <Colin[pi]> :(
1625: [23:11:14] <spronk> mm
1626: [23:11:21] <Colin[pi]> they'll fuck it up I'm sure
1627: [23:11:34] <spronk> i was so happy when term: genisys had an awesome intro
1628: [23:11:44] <spronk> but then it was all fuck you from there
1629: [23:12:09] <spronk> compare and contrast to terminator two, which had entire scenes where the camera is filming literally, fuck all. For *dramatic effect*
1630: [23:12:45] <Colin[pi]> spronk: it's a bit like all the animated movies my kid watches, they are all three things: 1. people falling over. 2. dancing and silly songs. 3. pop culture references and out of place one liners.
1631: [23:12:54] <Colin[pi]> I cant bear to watch them any more lol
1632: [23:12:58] <spronk> uuuuggggghhhhhh
1633: [23:13:00] * spronk nods repetitively
1634: [23:13:15] <Colin[pi]> I like to put on things like Miyazaki for him
1635: [23:13:23] <Colin[pi]> because at least it uses his imagination a little
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1637: [23:13:31] <spronk> yeah
1638: [23:13:37] <Colin[pi]> Studio Ghibli all that jazz
1639: [23:14:02] <Colin[pi]> I went to see that Home in the cinema with him? with the guy from Big Bang Theory? I wanted to stab myself in the face
1640: [23:14:18] <Colin[pi]> eh, he likes it I guess lol
1641: [23:14:31] <DanaeNZ> DID SOMEONE SAY STUDIO GHIBLI
1642: [23:14:38] <Colin[pi]> DanaeNZ: why yes, yes they did
1643: [23:14:42] <DanaeNZ> i stepped out to buy an actual newspaper
1644: [23:14:50] <Colin[pi]> DanaeNZ: madness!
1645: [23:14:50] <DanaeNZ> now there is black ink on my fingers
1646: [23:14:55] <DanaeNZ> don't buy real newspapers guys
1647: [23:15:10] <DanaeNZ> My friend was featured in TimeOut in her Astrid cosplay <3
1648: [23:16:07] <Colin[pi]> Astrid from...
1649: [23:16:34] * Azure quit (Read error: Connection reset by peer)
1650: [23:16:46] <novaweb> can anyone point me to the mysql data files in os x?
1651: [23:16:47] <DanaeNZ> how to train your dragon
1652: [23:16:50] <novaweb> yosemite
1653: [23:16:50] <DanaeNZ> jeez
1654: [23:16:54] <novaweb> find is taking ages
1655: [23:16:57] <Colin[pi]> DanaeNZ: just checking :P
1656: [23:16:59] <DanaeNZ> XD
1657: [23:17:03] <novaweb> I forgot, it's been a month
1658: [23:17:09] <Colin[pi]> DanaeNZ: been watching Fringe with my father and there is an Astrid in that :P
1659: [23:17:15] <DanaeNZ> Oh gotcha :D
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1661: [23:20:53] <Colin[pi]> spronk: it's groovy. it's groovy I guess.
1662: [23:20:58] <spronk> yeah it's groovy
1663: [23:21:01] <Colin[pi]> :D
1664: [23:21:07] <spronk> >:D
1665: [23:21:19] * spronk is currently watching terminator two scenes on youtube, but really should be doing some work
1666: [23:21:48] <Colin[pi]> spronk: what's your feel on SW7?
1667: [23:21:58] <spronk> hmm
1668: [23:22:05] <spronk> the teaser trailers = _b
1669: [23:22:10] <spronk> the latest trailer = hrm.
1670: [23:22:18] <Colin[pi]> reckon Abrams will do it justice?
1671: [23:22:28] <Colin[pi]> I mean... it's gotta be better than the prequels, right?
1672: [23:22:29] <Colin[pi]> ;P
1673: [23:22:30] <spronk> i thought he might
1674: [23:22:31] <spronk> but...
1675: [23:22:35] <spronk> with that latest trailer
1676: [23:22:40] <spronk> it just didn't seem to have the right mood
1677: [23:22:41] <DanaeNZ> it's gonna be better than whatever Lucas makes
1678: [23:22:54] <DanaeNZ> spronk: I have a feeling that trailer was made for the general masses
1679: [23:23:01] <DanaeNZ> much like Fury Road
1680: [23:23:04] <spronk> yeahhh
1681: [23:23:08] <DanaeNZ> they took ALL the action scenes
1682: [23:23:18] <Colin[pi]> DanaeNZ: I mean, yeah, Lucas came up with the mythology and all, but he doesn't know what "works" on the screen. Abrams knows how to package it all.
1683: [23:23:19] <DanaeNZ> then when you go watch the movie it's way slower paces
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1685: [23:23:37] <DanaeNZ> I'm fucking hyped
1686: [23:24:00] <Colin[pi]> I still haven't seen Fury Road
1687: [23:24:02] <DanaeNZ> Leia is a BAMF and I didn't appreciate her til I watched the movies again
1688: [23:24:07] <DanaeNZ> Colin[pi]: watch it now
1689: [23:24:09] <DanaeNZ> right now
1690: [23:24:10] <spronk> i'm crossing my fingers
1691: [23:24:25] <Colin[pi]> DanaeNZ: yeah.. but... idk... it doesn't seem to appeal to me?
1692: [23:24:38] <DanaeNZ> Have you seen the original Mad Max?
1693: [23:24:42] <spronk> fury road you had to see at cinema
1694: [23:24:47] <Colin[pi]> looong ass time ago
1695: [23:24:48] <DanaeNZ> spronk: unf yeah
1696: [23:24:49] <spronk> it *completely* falls apart on small screen
1697: [23:24:58] <spronk> and is just fucking bizarre
1698: [23:24:59] <DanaeNZ> solution: buy a huge screen
1699: [23:25:02] <Colin[pi]> like... idk.. I see the trailer and I cant help but think "bunch of dirty people in funny clothes driving around in weird cars"
1700: [23:25:08] <Colin[pi]> the end
1701: [23:25:10] <Colin[pi]> :\
1702: [23:25:17] <spronk> that's pretty much it
1703: [23:25:18] <DanaeNZ> don't forget, they turn around
1704: [23:25:19] <Colin[pi]> lol
1705: [23:25:21] <Colin[pi]> k
1706: [23:25:27] <DanaeNZ> watch the Honest Trailer it's hilarious
1707: [23:25:51] <Colin[pi]> god dammit spronk you rock
1708: [23:25:57] <Colin[pi]> you can choose my music each day k?
1709: [23:26:01] <spronk> ;D
1710: [23:26:06] <ss23> you'll never pick mine
1711: [23:26:10] <ss23> my music taste is too l33t
1712: [23:26:12] <spronk> ha
1713: [23:26:13] <spronk> ha ha
1714: [23:26:14] <spronk> ha
1715: [23:26:14] <Colin[pi]> I totally forgot about this album and was getting tired of the shit I was listening to
1716: [23:26:17] <DanaeNZ> senpai will never notice you ss23
1717: [23:26:21] <ss23> http://www.last.fm/user/ss2342
1718: [23:26:36] <ss23> amon amarth, c2c, and THE SAME TANTRUM DESIRE TRAKC REPEATED 10 TIMES
1719: [23:26:37] <ss23> goml
1720: [23:26:48] <spronk> wow ss23
1721: [23:26:51] <spronk> what the fuck do you listen to
1722: [23:27:02] <Colin[pi]> not even he knows
1723: [23:27:07] <ss23> What do you mean?
1724: [23:27:15] <spronk> pretty sure none of that is music
1725: [23:27:18] <ss23> little bit of babymetal in there too
1726: [23:27:21] <ss23> o/ o/ o/
1727: [23:27:24] <DanaeNZ> BABYMETAL
1728: [23:27:30] <DanaeNZ> FUK YES
1729: [23:27:33] <Colin[pi]> dafuq is babymetal?
1730: [23:27:33] <spronk> what the fuck is babymetal :|
1731: [23:27:35] <Colin[pi]> ^
1732: [23:27:38] <spronk> :D
1733: [23:27:39] <ss23> seriously...?
1734: [23:27:43] <ss23> You two are kidding yeah?
1735: [23:27:43] <Colin[pi]> SRS
1736: [23:27:45] <Colin[pi]> no
1737: [23:27:45] <ss23> fucking
1738: [23:27:46] <ss23> okay
1739: [23:27:46] <Jakx> Hahaha. You are about to be amazed.
1740: [23:27:47] <ss23> check this shit out
1741: [23:27:58] <spronk> hmm
1742: [23:27:58] <spronk> "Your compatibility with ss23 is Very High"
1743: [23:28:02] <spronk> yeah nah
1744: [23:28:03] <Colin[pi]> NOW KISS
1745: [23:28:05] <ss23> Which song do we want to introduce these plebs with?
1746: [23:28:10] <DanaeNZ> oooh hmmm
1747: [23:28:11] <ss23> DanaeNZ: I'm thinking iine or dokidoki?
1748: [23:28:22] <DanaeNZ> not chocolate?
1749: [23:28:24] <ss23> eh
1750: [23:28:25] <DanaeNZ> I love chocolate
1751: [23:28:26] <ss23> We can I guess
1752: [23:28:27] <ss23> kk
1753: [23:28:34] <ss23> spronk / Colin[pi] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WIKqgE4BwAY
1754: [23:28:37] <DanaeNZ> i know it's the most mainstream one
1755: [23:28:41] <Colin[pi]> sigh ok
1756: [23:28:58] <spronk> ow.
1757: [23:28:58] <Colin[pi]> this had better rock my world
1758: [23:29:02] <ss23> IT WILL
1759: [23:29:02] <Jakx> Sorry to interrupt the pop-culture discussion… But, is there a way to cast relationship objects, without writing them to the database?
1760: [23:29:04] <spronk> is this like
1761: [23:29:06] <spronk> dubstep metal?
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1763: [23:29:26] <spronk> omg
1764: [23:29:31] <DanaeNZ> Jakx: i don't think so, you need that relationship ID right/
1765: [23:29:36] <spronk> what the fuck am i listening to
1766: [23:29:42] * Colin[pi] does not approve
1767: [23:29:45] <ss23> lol
1768: [23:29:47] <ss23> h8rs
1769: [23:29:50] <DanaeNZ> spronk: only the most amazing shit ever to be thought up
1770: [23:30:09] <spronk> yeahhhh
1771: [23:30:15] <DanaeNZ> oh ss23 what's the other one with the two girls and the guy with a beard who dresses as a magical schoolgirl??
1772: [23:30:20] <Jakx> DanaeNZ, yeah. Hmmm. Does anyone have a work around for if they need to cast a has_many or simulate such a thing?
1773: [23:30:20] <ss23> Should we try ladybaby instead?
1774: [23:30:22] <spronk> metal for me pretty much consists of... metallica, iron maiden, ozzy osborne and rob zombie.
1775: [23:30:23] <DanaeNZ> ladybaby
1776: [23:30:25] <DanaeNZ> yes
1777: [23:30:28] <ss23> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M8-vje-bq9c
1778: [23:30:29] <Colin[pi]> I mean the girls are cute and all
1779: [23:30:30] <Colin[pi]> wait
1780: [23:30:31] <ss23> NIPPON MANJU
1781: [23:30:33] <Colin[pi]> how old?
1782: [23:30:34] <Colin[pi]> :"\
1783: [23:30:48] <spronk> wow
1784: [23:30:49] <DanaeNZ> i think the oldest is 17
1785: [23:30:50] <ss23> Colin[pi]: The girls are like 12, 12, and 15
1786: [23:30:52] <spronk> this is so tokyo drift
1787: [23:30:53] <ss23> But older now
1788: [23:30:55] <Colin[pi]> oh
1789: [23:30:55] <Colin[pi]> er
1790: [23:30:56] <Colin[pi]> :\
1791: [23:31:03] * Colin[pi] whistles
1792: [23:31:03] <spronk> japan is weird
1793: [23:31:05] <DanaeNZ> it's just music don't need to perv on them Colin[pi]
1794: [23:31:06] <DanaeNZ> XD
1795: [23:31:09] <Colin[pi]> lol
1796: [23:31:09] <ss23> ^
1797: [23:31:11] <ss23> stop being a perv
1798: [23:31:11] <Jakx> spronk +1
1799: [23:31:11] <ss23> weirdo
1800: [23:31:17] <Colin[pi]> :'(
1801: [23:31:26] <ss23> you can perv on the people in ladybaby though
1802: [23:31:30] <Colin[pi]> I just said they were cute!
1803: [23:31:33] <Colin[pi]> gosh
1804: [23:32:04] <Colin[pi]> what in the actual fuck am I watching
1805: [23:32:11] <Jakx> DanaeNZ, would it be too dirty to use a serialised object or something, as a make-shift cache?
1806: [23:32:20] <ss23> Colin[pi]: Art
1807: [23:32:58] <Colin[pi]> ss23: http://i.imgur.com/iiWg1Gv.gif
1808: [23:33:04] * spronk agrees with Colin[pi]
1809: [23:33:12] <ss23> m8 im internally screaming too
1810: [23:33:16] <ss23> SCREAMING ALONG WITH THIS BANGING SONG
1811: [23:33:18] <spronk> this shit be weird
1812: [23:33:18] * ss23 headbangs
1813: [23:33:25] <Colin[pi]> spronk: yeah well, japan
1814: [23:33:58] * spronk does more or less approve of the dnb that ss23 seems tolisten to though
1815: [23:34:26] <Jakx> spronk, Tantrum Desire?
1816: [23:34:28] <ss23> Speaking of (music I listen to, not DnB), the new Infected Mushroom is bangin'
1817: [23:34:33] <spronk> yea... that and pendulum
1818: [23:34:43] <spronk> pendulum were awesome
1819: [23:34:51] <Jakx> spronk, you have a pursuasion for the dancefloor DnB then?
1820: [23:34:58] * spronk shrugs
1821: [23:35:08] <ss23> depends how much mdma we dose him with, Jakx
1822: [23:35:09] <ss23> :D
1823: [23:35:17] <Jakx> ss23, lol
1824: [23:36:09] * Colin[pi] goes back to his warm, familiar Propellerheads
1825: [23:36:35] <DanaeNZ> Jakx: hmmm could work, just keep in mind column size - you don't wanna bloat out one table too much
1826: [23:37:07] <Colin[pi]> spronk: George, get set for a mind blowing afternoon
1827: [23:37:15] <Jakx> DanaeNZ, planning to write from cache to relationship object once tmp data creation is done.
1828: [23:37:26] <spronk> :D
1829: [23:37:30] <novaweb> Who got some PaginatedList code for truncating results when there's more than say 100
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1831: [23:37:37] <novaweb> looking for the .ss code not the php
1832: [23:38:00] <DanaeNZ> $Pos == 100?
1833: [23:38:15] <DanaeNZ> i can't see a great way to do it from the template lol
1834: [23:38:16] <novaweb> I want the whole code block
1835: [23:38:30] <novaweb> I'm sure it exists somewhere.... hmmmm'
1836: [23:38:36] <DanaeNZ> why template and not PHP?
1837: [23:41:35] <novaweb> Because this is the php http://pastie.org/10498815
1838: [23:41:44] <novaweb> simple, should be.
1839: [23:42:12] <novaweb> I've seen it done before in .ss using the Pagination.methods and want to replicate it
1840: [23:42:30] <novaweb> would rather cut and paste if it exists ya know
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1843: [23:44:49] <DanaeNZ> novaweb: so you just wanna go Report::get()->limit(100) right?
1844: [23:45:01] <DanaeNZ> or do you mean truncate in some other way?
1845: [23:45:04] <novaweb> No
1846: [23:45:16] <micmania1> novaweb: Why not $list->setPageLength(100)? I’m confused.
1847: [23:45:24] <novaweb> no no no
1848: [23:45:33] <novaweb> I have 1000 paginated results
1849: [23:46:08] <novaweb> I'm not sure exactly what I want, something like 1,2 3,4 5 6 7 8 9 ... 700 701 702 703 704 end.
1850: [23:46:21] <novaweb> Like I said, it's been done so avoiding coding it again
1851: [23:46:24] <DanaeNZ> Oooooooh
1852: [23:46:39] <micmania1> https://docs.silverstripe.org/en/3.1/developer_guides/templates/how_tos/pagination/
1853: [23:47:15] <novaweb> thanks micmania1, as said it's been done lots before so am hoping to just get a cut and paste
1854: [23:47:24] <novaweb> priorities!
1855: [23:47:28] <DanaeNZ> is it PaginationSummary ?
1856: [23:47:31] <micmania1> The template code is what you’re looking for on that page.
1857: [23:47:50] <micmania1> I think
1858: [23:48:19] <novaweb> Nah I've C&P that and i've got 1000 results :)
1859: [23:48:43] <novaweb> I'll double check though
1860: [23:49:17] <novaweb> Yeah that's the code I'm running
1861: [23:51:50] <DanaeNZ> novaweb: yeah it's PaginationSummary http://api.silverstripe.org/3.2/source-class-PaginatedList.html#242-326
1862: [23:52:43] <DanaeNZ> it should give you pretty much what you're after - the param is the "context" which is basically like "how much buffer around current page before truncating"
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1864: [23:53:44] <ss-helper> mclean: Welcome to #silverstripe! Please ask your questions but don't leave too soon, we are a busy lot.
1865: [23:56:47] <spronk> ugh
1866: [23:57:04] * spronk is sick enough of kim dotcom to be bothered to unfollow.
1867: [23:58:17] <novaweb> Thank you DanaeNZ
1868: [23:58:26] <DanaeNZ> did it do the thing?
1869: [23:58:43] <DanaeNZ> omg i say "do the thing" way too much
1870: [23:59:02] <DanaeNZ> I watched all four seasons of Legend of Korra since Sunday
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