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00:24 <Ankhers> Given some variable `x = :tags`. How would I rewrite this query to use `x` instead of p.tags. `from p in Post, where: "elixir" in p.tags`. Or is this not possible currently?
00:28 <benwilson512> Ankhers: from p in Post, where: ^x in p.tags
00:28 <Ankhers> benwilson512: No, I want to replace p.tags with x. Not check if x is in the list.
00:28 <benwilson512> oh
00:28 <benwilson512> sorry
00:28 <ciawal> what do you mean?
00:29 <benwilson512> where: "elixir" in field(p, ^x)
00:29 <benwilson512> Ankhers: ^
00:29 <ciawal> you want the field from Post referenced by x, like above ^?
00:31 <Ankhers> benwilson512: Thanks. I'll give that a go.
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01:35 <Ankhers> A normal oush query looks like `from p in Post, update: [push: [field: value]]`. How would I go about specifying field as a variable? `push: [{^field, value}]` complains that it is expecting a keyword list.
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01:51 <benwilson512> Ankhers: you can just use regular data there IIRC
01:51 <benwilson512> push: [{field, value}]
01:52 <eimantas> Hello there everyone. Does anyone know if it is possible (or how) to change the value of ref attribute of phoenix messages? I get ref:null somehow (I use custom client side) and I think it breaks my json parser
01:54 <eimantas> Basically If I could always send "ref" : "1" as a quick fix
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02:50 <Ankhers> benwilson512: That is still giving me an "expected a keyword list" error.
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06:14 <trying_scalabili> I am planning to come with a scalable architecture for a web app. I want to keep things as small as possible and the intent is to do have minimal footprint and load. For the front end I am planning to use typescript, RxJS, functional reactive paradigm approach. I want to know, should I choose Elixir or Go lang or Node.js. There will not be processing but can in a few internal api calls to fetch data from different so
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06:16 <markh> trying_scalabili, seeing as you're in #elixir-lang...
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06:17 <fowlduck> "There will not be processing" -- curious what the API will do, in that case
06:18 <fowlduck> just pulling together other API requests and smashing the results together?
06:18 <trying_scalabili> by processing, I mean DB query. I plan to have this a standonle app, handling only the front end and managing ssr and first response for the client
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06:19 <trying_scalabili> from there on, it will be a Single Page App, so the front end can directly call backeend
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07:34 <nyaray> fowlduck: a routing service would shuffle data/requests, wouldn't it?
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09:16 <whodidth1s> is there some eex library for creating searchable, filterable tables
09:17 <whodidth1s> seems like a lotta work to do all those sorts and searches etc based on get params and whatnot
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09:18 <whodidth1s> could it be done in a reusable way
09:18 <gazler> whodidth1s: Never used it, but I saw this posted the other day https://medium.com/@aditya7iyengar/searching-sorting-and-pagination-in-elixir-phoenix-with-rummage-part-1-933106ec50ca#.rhd5jnwnd
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09:21 <whodidth1s> sweet, ill lok into it
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10:19 <Bounga> Hi!
10:20 <Bounga> I'm trying to write something were I want to match a string with multiple regex and my goal is only to return the "match data" of the first one matching
10:20 <Radar> Bounga: do you have some code you can share?
10:21 <Bounga> As of now, I use cond, match my string with named_capture then in anymous unction I recreate a tuple. I want to avoid the need to recreate the tuple.
10:21 <Bounga> yes, one sec
10:22 <Bounga> http://pastebin.com/AGzRyGYw
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10:23 <Bounga> There two things that I don't like, the need of storing result in capt, then using it to recreate a tuple
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11:06 <awea> Hi there, I'm working on a phoenix based application and I want to add specific documentation for it. I got one problem, I want to prevent a documentation to be generated for the module MyApp.Router.Helpers. I see that module is defined in a quoted expressions inside the phoenix lib. Any way arround this ?
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11:13 <josevalim> awea: you will need to open up a feature request for phoenix
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11:15 <awea> josevalim: okay ^^
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11:50 <travis-ci> elixir-lang/elixir#13746 (master - 2daf582 : José Valim): The build passed.
11:50 <travis-ci> Change view : https://github.com/elixir-lang/elixir/compare/767f7ee2bb3f...2daf5829d9da
11:50 <travis-ci> Build details : https://travis-ci.org/elixir-lang/elixir/builds/208556451
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12:06 <craigp> meh, ecto rollback doesn't honour the -n flag
12:06 <craigp> anyone know why?
12:06 <craigp> is it because I'm using it in the root of an umbrella?
12:06 <craigp> just rolled back all the way, ignoring the -n 1
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12:18 <craigp> confirmed
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12:18 <craigp> if i rollback from my app dir it works fine
12:19 <craigp> migrate works ok in the root of the umbrella
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12:34 <whodidth1s> how do i create more of the non-phoenix app thingies inside an umbrella? i like the dev/test/etc configs 'mix phx.new' does that don't come with regular 'mix new'
12:39 <barttenbrinke> Why was mix phoenix.new renamed to phx.new btw? This breaks all Phoenix howto's :X
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12:54 <micmus> barttenbrinke: to keep backwards compatibility. phoenix.new (that is still available) creates an app with the old template, phx.new with the new one
12:55 <barttenbrinke> micmus: Will this be dropped when 1.3 is released?
12:55 <micmus> i would expect at 2.0 if backwards compatibility is a concern
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12:55 <micmus> (whenever that might be)
12:55 <barttenbrinke> micmus: Okay :) Carry on then :D
13:00 <cristianR_> Hello
13:06 <cristianR_> I'm looking for a way to gather metrics in my elixir/phoenix application. I have previously used Fluxter to store the metrics into InfluxDB. AFAIK, Fluxter uses a gen_server to gather all the counters updates, and it regularly pushes the data over UDP to InfluxDB. However, I'm worried regarding the scalability of the approach. Given that it is a single actor, I suspect that the mailbox of the actor will become a bottleneck, and I won't be able to
13:06 <smeevil> cristianR_ there is exometer , that might help ?
13:07 <cristianR_> Exometer uses an ETS table to gather metrics, isn't it?
13:08 <smeevil> cristianR_ IIRC maybe for temp storage, but you should offlload that to an graphite or some other rdb
13:08 <cristianR_> I played with it a bit (in combination with Elixometer) but I had many dependency problems (lager, exometer_core). I got it compiling, there are still some runtime issues that I wasn't able to solve.
13:10 <cristianR_> smeevil: exometer has an influx reporter, but I've got the impression it was not up to date regarding dependencies
13:10 <smeevil> hmm
13:11 <cristianR_> More importantly I wanted to double check that my intentions were actually realistic
13:11 <cristianR_> Maybe it is not the way to go at all to measure throughput
13:12 <smeevil> cristianR_ what do you want te measure exactly ? i know that appsignal has launched last week with some Phoenix instrumentations, you might want to look into their source and see how they did it ?
13:13 <smeevil> https://github.com/appsignal/appsignal-elixir
13:16 <cristianR_> Basically, I have actors that perform certain calculations periodically. I want to measure how many of those calculations we can do per second
13:16 <smeevil> would something like benchee not help with that ? https://github.com/PragTob/benchee
13:16 <cristianR_> Basically, I need a way to dimension the infrastructure we're gonna need to run the service
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13:18 <smeevil> or maybe take a look at flow, where you have producers and consumers. https://github.com/elixir-lang/gen_stage
13:18 <smeevil> thats about the things i can think of that might help :)
13:19 <cristianR_> smeevil: have you used exometer before?
13:19 <smeevil> yeah i did
13:20 <smeevil> using https://www.datadoghq.com as output
13:20 <cristianR_> exometer alone or combined with elixometer?
13:21 <smeevil> exometer alone
13:22 <smeevil> but that was way back :) as in about a year ago
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13:35 <cristianR_> lexmag: I've noticed that you are one of the Fluxter authors. If you have many gen_servers trying to increment a counter, is it possible that the mailbox of the counter becomes the bottleneck? (i.e. to measure throughput of the app)
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13:38 <lexmag> cristianR: it could
13:38 <lexmag> though it would be better to use counter per each process then
13:39 <cristianR_> any suggestions? maybe wrapping the counter with poolboy?
13:40 <acscherp> cristianR_, there is also an influxdb backend for exometer
13:40 <lexmag> using per each process is a preferable way I'd say
13:40 <lexmag> as you'll get more points reported in that case
13:40 <lexmag> with better precision
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13:41 <cristianR_> I see, I did not considered having one counter per actore, but it's possible
13:41 <lexmag> if reporting is not really intensive
13:41 <lexmag> not like 10k per second
13:42 <lexmag> than even simple `write` call would be enough
13:42 <cristianR_> I'm trying to measure exactly that volumes
13:42 <lexmag> cool
13:42 <lexmag> then counter per each process
13:42 <lexmag> that's how we use it right now
13:42 <lexmag> at 115k writes per second
13:43 <cristianR_> how do you link each counter with the process?
13:43 <cristianR_> do you monitor them?
13:44 <lexmag> liking is happening by default
13:44 <lexmag> we don't monitor, but wrap in `try` and `flush` it in `after` clause
13:45 <cristianR_> Uhmm, I'm gonna check the code and docs again. Thank you for the valuable input.
13:46 <lexmag> cristianR_: glad to help
13:46 <craigp> is there a way to update an ecto schema that uses timestamps() without triggering the updated_at change?
13:46 <lexmag> cristianR_: if it won't work in your case feel free to open an issue and we discuss the solution there :)
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13:47 <cristianR_> lexmag: awsome!
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14:23 <craigp> found it, update_all(queryable, set: [field: value])
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14:42 <cfreeze> I'm writing a little app that does periodic concurrent operations
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14:42 <cfreeze> I do the concurrent operations with tasks
14:43 <cfreeze> But I'm trying to set up my OTP tree so that if one of the tasks errors, it also throws an error in the worker that spawned it and the supervisor restarts it
14:43 <cfreeze> it seems that Task.start_link isn't enough for this
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14:45 <cfreeze> I probably need to do this with a Task.Supervisor...
14:46 <cfreeze> But how do I add the Task.Supervisor to my supervision tree from a worker?
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14:46 <cfreeze> Or do I need to predefine the supervisor
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17:47 <sivsushruth> Successfully running phoenix 1.3.0-rc in production. Damn fine build! Great job folks
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17:47 <sivsushruth> action_fallback was much needed
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18:10 <micmus> josevalim: ping
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18:14 <micmus> pinged in the relevant issue https://github.com/michalmuskala/mongodb_ecto/issues/113#issuecomment-284806176
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19:20 <icecreamcohen> is there a way to quiet the warning: redefining module while running tests?
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19:27 <smeevil> o/
19:27 <* GK___1wm____SU> you bot
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19:29 <ciawal> icecreamcohen: why are you getting the warning?
19:30 <icecreamcohen> I have a router that regenerates itself from a database and builds a module
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19:36 <Zarathu> does elixir have a logical/boolean xor?
19:36 <Zarathu> e.g., `true xor false #=> true`, `true xor true #=> false`
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19:38 <fishcakez> icecreamcohen: is it purely dynamic? you could use :code.purge+delete in on_exit/1
19:38 <icecreamcohen> There’s a placeholder module to start.
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19:40 <fishcakez> icecreamcohen: ok, i think you can do the purging manually to silence it using those functions
19:40 <icecreamcohen> k
19:40 <icecreamcohen> I’ll give it a shot, fishcakez
19:41 <icecreamcohen> I was just wondering if I could change a flag to make the warning not display.
19:41 <fishcakez> Elixir doesnt like to support warning flags
19:42 <Ankhers> josevalim: If possible, do you just want to have the conversation here, and either one of us can put a summary on that ticket?
19:43 <josevalim> Ankhers: I am on and off the computer though so the ticket will be better for now :)
19:43 <Zarathu> :erlang.xor() does it
19:43 <Zarathu> nvm
19:43 <Zarathu> too bad Kernel.xor/2 was removed :/
19:44 <Ankhers> josevalim: ok.
19:44 <icecreamcohen> fishcakez: can I do it before I re-generate the module?
19:44 <fishcakez> icecreamcohen: yes
19:45 <icecreamcohen> hmm
19:45 <fishcakez> icecreamcohen: heres an example: https://github.com/elixir-ecto/postgrex/blob/master/test/custom_extensions_test.exs#L89-L98
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19:47 <icecreamcohen> it’s not working
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21:18 <tomaz_b> hi
21:18 <Ankhers> tomaz_b: Hey!
21:19 <tomaz_b> i am somehow confused, as elixir newbie... the majority of all examples... show how to run your code from iex>
21:19 <tomaz_b> but how you actually run your code (long running daemon) on a remote server.. .if it is not let say a web server
21:19 <tomaz_b> how do you start it?
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21:22 <micmus> tomaz_b: the Mix & OTP guide goes (among other things) though building a long-running server over simple TCP http://elixir-lang.org/getting-started/mix-otp/introduction-to-mix.html
21:28 <tomaz_b> micmus: so if i put start_permanent in mix.exs, and i execute in shell "MIX_ENV=prod mix compile" ... does this starts my app?
21:28 <tomaz_b> how do you start it?
21:28 <micmus> mix run is the task to run the apo
21:28 <micmus> s/apo/app
21:29 <tomaz_b> doh...
21:29 <micmus> or build a release and run as a release for larger projects
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21:29 <tomaz_b> how do you run a release?
21:29 <tomaz_b> i found how you make one...
21:29 <tomaz_b> but again... they all show... in iex>
21:30 <tomaz_b> how do you run it from shell?
21:30 <tomaz_b> unix shell
21:32 <benwilson512> ./bin/my_app start
21:33 <tomaz_b> i just found it ... :) thanks
21:33 <tomaz_b> ok...
21:33 <tomaz_b> cool
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21:42 <Ankhers> micmus, josevalim: I can take on the belongs_to_many relationship. I will probably need some help with the fields the struct shoudl have though.
21:42 <Ankhers> s/shoudl/should
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21:45 <josevalim> awesome
21:45 <josevalim> Ankhers: https://github.com/elixir-ecto/ecto/commit/b9b50cf3698889773a5ea075737c6a29e084959a
21:45 <josevalim> https://github.com/elixir-ecto/ecto/commit/3930d6dc7626f27de29d400352aa9c56443f2b19
21:45 <josevalim> those are likely good starting points
21:47 <Ankhers> josevalim: Thanks. I'll look those over.
21:49 <micmus> josevalim, Ankhers what would be on the other side of a belongs_to_many association?
21:50 <Ankhers> micmus: I thought it would be a has_one. Probably need a flag to state that it looks in an array or something though.
21:51 <micmus> so maybe we should make it work with regular has_many and belongs_to, when the field type is {:array, _} ?
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21:55 <Ankhers> That may be a better option.
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22:05 <josevalim> Ankhers: i would prefer an explicit belongs_to_many
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22:05 <micmus> josevalim: have_to_many_many for the other side looks silly, though :P
22:06 <josevalim> oh
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22:06 <OliverMT> its easy to forget elixir is a dynamic interpreted language sometimes because it does concurrent stuff so speedy
22:07 <josevalim> it is not interpreted
22:07 <OliverMT> I just hotloaded some legacy data onto a db by writing old data to json
22:07 <OliverMT> interpreted is wrong word I gues
22:07 <OliverMT> the erlang bytecode is?
22:07 <josevalim> maybe that's why it is easy to forget :)
22:07 <markh> +1
22:08 <OliverMT> I would like to claim that saying bytecode is not interpreted code is a bit misleading
22:08 <josevalim> OliverMT: yes, it is VM interpreted
22:08 <OliverMT> even with a long track record in java, I still think that
22:08 <OliverMT> aaaaaaaaaaanyways, that wasnt the point
22:08 <josevalim> hahahah
22:08 <josevalim> indeed it wasn't
22:08 <OliverMT> its so sexy that I could hack up some code
22:08 <OliverMT> then Code.load_file and get it into prod db
22:08 <OliverMT> through an exrm remote_console
22:08 <OliverMT> that is *incredibly* powerful
22:09 <josevalim> i think though people expect interpreted languages to not require a compilation step or generate artifacts
22:09 <OliverMT> testing the code against a copy of prod on my pc, and simply putting the file on disk over ssh and load it there to do the import
22:09 <micmus> josevalim: maybe we could have something like multi_belongs_to, multi_has_many and multi_has_one? Though at that point I would possibly extract them to some other module than Ecto.Schema not to confuse new users
22:09 <josevalim> hence my pedantry
22:09 <josevalim> :)
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22:09 <OliverMT> in my book I like to chuck most languages where you can have a repl ala iex with a persistent context into the interpreted gang
22:10 <micmus> There's an interpreter as well, though, if you run in iex or in general outside of modules
22:10 <josevalim> OliverMT: well, in such cases languages end-up implementing an evaluator
22:10 <OliverMT> lets focus on the awesome part here :D
22:10 <micmus> erlang has both a simple interpreter and a to-bytecode-compiler
22:11 <OliverMT> I'm just happy I saved myself 10 hours of sql finicking
22:11 <josevalim> OliverMT: :D
22:11 <josevalim> micmus: i don't like multi because of Ecto.Multi
22:11 <OliverMT> since its nested data, so I had to read values out of insert_all
22:11 <OliverMT> what would multi_has_many mean in terms of sql?
22:11 <OliverMT> out of curiosity
22:12 <josevalim> micmus: maybe we should change the prefix? we have embeds_many and has_many...
22:12 <micmus> OliverMT: has_many, but the foreign key is an array of ids.
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22:12 <OliverMT> an array on the parent side?
22:13 <OliverMT> or in a jointable
22:14 <micmus> OliverMT: without a join table
22:14 <josevalim> array on the parent side
22:14 <OliverMT> I thought postgres didnt support fk's inside arrays
22:14 <josevalim> micmus: keep in mind there is no referencial integrity for PG
22:14 <josevalim> it doesn't
22:15 <OliverMT> I asked about just this on #postgresql
22:15 <OliverMT> and the general sentiment was that here be dragons and bad things
22:15 <OliverMT> including a core dev who chimed in :D
22:15 <OliverMT> when ecto dsl handles it for you its less error prone, but whats the usecase? what does it optimize over many_to_many?
22:15 <josevalim> micmus: so I would like a name that potentially implies "here be dragons"
22:16 <OliverMT> here_be_many_dragons?
22:16 <Ankhers> ^^ +1
22:16 <OliverMT> jose is really gearing up his standup routine today :D
22:17 <OliverMT> I am not really opposed to the idea, just so that is clear
22:17 <OliverMT> but I would think it might be a bit nonsensical to implement something that is somewhat considered bad pratice
22:18 <Ankhers> OliverMT: Just for some background, it stemmed from https://github.com/michalmuskala/mongodb_ecto/issues/113
22:18 <micmus> josevalim: that's why I wanted to have it in a separate module
22:18 <OliverMT> oh, you're the guy with millions of stuff in mongo I talked to a few weeks ago maybe? :D
22:18 <micmus> nope
22:19 <micmus> at least not me, if you're asking me
22:19 <OliverMT> no, Ankhers
22:19 <OliverMT> I know who you are
22:19 <micmus> (and now I realise probably not :D)
22:19 <OliverMT> I even know that google paid for mongodb to be the second official db supported by elixir
22:19 <OliverMT> which I find a bit amusing :p
22:20 <OliverMT> or was there a proper ecto binding for mysql before mongo?
22:20 <OliverMT> (is there even now?)
22:20 <micmus> though Google Summer of Code they pay for a lot of wired open source stuff :D
22:20 <micmus> yes, mysql was there
22:20 <josevalim> micmus: btw, dynamic pool configuration, what is the status?
22:21 <josevalim> micmus: i think we can merge the PR once we address those comments?
22:21 <josevalim> or do you want to go all the way?
22:21 <tomaz_b> what would be suggested JSON package nowdays... to handle JSONs in Elixir (arbitrary JSONs)?
22:21 <josevalim> poison
22:21 <tomaz_b> josevalim: thanks!
22:21 <micmus> josevalim: I haven't got a lot of time :( I started doing the dynamic repo, but realized I need to make the cache table runtime configurable and made a big mess changing everything. I need to go back and do this step-by-step
22:22 <Ankhers> OliverMT: That doesn't sound like me. I don't use Mongo very often.
22:23 <ivan> why does `mix compile --warnings-as-errors` return exit code 0 if I get a `warning: variable "post_install_unit" is unused`?
22:24 <ivan> (in a dependency. is that it?)
22:24 <josevalim> ivan: --warnings-as-errors does not affect deps
22:24 <josevalim> micmus: yes, let's do the dynamic pool, then ets and we will have a better idea going step by step
22:24 <OliverMT> mix deps.compile --warning-as-errors ?
22:24 <ivan> heh, in my case I wish it did; I am automatically generating projects that depend on things
22:24 <ivan> OliverMT: thanks
22:24 <OliverMT> josevalim: they did before
22:24 <OliverMT> did you change that?
22:25 <OliverMT> if deps werent compiled the flag would error the compile out
22:25 <OliverMT> on a warning in a dep
22:25 <ivan> OliverMT: nope that returns 0 too
22:25 <josevalim> we generally disabled it
22:25 <josevalim> unless it was a rebar3 package which we do only recently afaik
22:27 <* ivan> just checks the output, doesn't seem too bad
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22:39 <travis-ci> elixir-lang/elixir#13748 (master - 07dc59d : José Valim): The build passed.
22:39 <travis-ci> Change view : https://github.com/elixir-lang/elixir/compare/2daf5829d9da...07dc59d55721
22:39 <travis-ci> Build details : https://travis-ci.org/elixir-lang/elixir/builds/208769273
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22:39 <alisdair> josevalim: for dynamic pool registration can ecto just accept a pid/register tuple and leave it up to the application to manage the registration rather than taking it over?
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22:41 <Ankhers> josevalim, micmus: Where do we stand with the belongs_to_many and whatever inverse relation? Is it something wanted in Ecto proper? Or should it be in a separate library?
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22:50 <josevalim> alisdair: what do you mean "leave it up to the applicatin to manage the registration"?
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22:50 <josevalim> alisdair: are you saying that any value that needs to be dynamically kept will be kept by the application instead of us handling it for you?
22:50 <alisdair> josevalim: rather than ecto starting dynamic pools and managing their registration just let ecto know a repo is dynamic and then have ecto expect a pid/registration tuple
22:51 <alisdair> leave it up to the user/application to start and register the repos
22:51 <josevalim> alisdair: that's what we plan to do
22:51 <alisdair> oh ok, i misunderstood the stuff about ets tables then, sorry
22:51 <josevalim> Ankhers: probably ecto proper but pending a good name. maybe some research on how other drivers and libraries call it can help?
22:51 <josevalim> alisdair: it is because we need to keep internal stuff, like ets tables
22:52 <josevalim> alisdair: and it is hard to tell you to keep this yourself because start_link doesn't allow data to be returned on the side afaik?
22:53 <alisdair> right, ok
22:53 <alisdair> you can return additional data from start_link tho
22:55 <josevalim> i mean, not if the start link is being called inside a supervisor
22:56 <alisdair> oh, true
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23:24 <hotpancakes> Would this be applicable to Phoenix when running `mix phoenix.server`?: https://github.com/charliesome/better_errors/issues/350
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23:35 <benwilson512> hotpancakes: I don't see any prima facie reasons to believe it would
23:35 <benwilson512> I mean the issue says "if you are running better errors."
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23:54 <r00tl3ss> Hey guys. Curious, can I use Socket to connect to a remote socket (not a phoenix app)
23:54 <r00tl3ss> meaning from my Phoenix App's Socket, connect to a remove service running a websocket
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