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00:21 <steffkes> oO i had a few weeks w/o elixir .. but hopefully i'm not totally crazy. i'm pretty sure my map (read from a json file) does contain a certain key. i can see it when i pipe it to IO.inspect. why could i not be able to get the key? code as follows http://pastebin.com/WTsJgb4L
00:21 <steffkes> i don't get it -.-
00:23 <ivan> steffkes: "262588219": is an atom key
00:23 <ivan> => would indicate a string key
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00:27 <steffkes> oh .. atom .. rings a bell. that break was probably really a bit to long. i remember things ;o
00:27 <steffkes> Poison.decode does use keys: atoms .. so that would make sense
00:28 <steffkes> Okay, so i need to go from Integer to String to Atom .. really takes a few corners in my sleepy head
00:30 <ivan> steffkes: I wouldn't create atoms based on numbers you receive because you can only have a million atoms over the lifetime of the program
00:30 <ivan> you might want to just not decode to atom keys
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00:31 <steffkes> yeah i remember that advice - it's already on the list for refactoring. was one of my first things i've built, back then i didn't really know what i did
00:32 <steffkes> thanks for reminding my ivan
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00:40 <steffkes> wondering if someone is using a docker based dev environment as well? reason i'm asking .. i've always wanted to get a setup where i could recompile a remote running iex session. i know in theory how it's done, but every time i've tried it failed.
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00:43 <steffkes> does the question/thought/idea make sense in the first place?
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03:13 <Gringill> Does anyone know if the @impl annotation would be specified on all function heads or just the first one?
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07:55 <mk[]> when a module is passed as an argument, what type is it?
07:59 <micmus> Modules are atoms
08:00 <mk[]> I see. thanks
08:00 <micmus> Foo.Bar == :"Elixir.Foo.Bar"
08:03 <mk[]> micmus: but where is the module info stored?
08:03 <mk[]> like its functions
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08:11 <micmus> mk[]: inside the VM, I'm not 100% sure, tbh, but it's definitely not attached to the name
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10:21 <DeadTrickster> ericmj, is repo.hexpm down?
10:22 <ericmj> I dont think so?
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10:26 <DeadTrickster> so my connection is online apparently but I get this: {:failed_connect, [{:to_address, {'repo.hex.pm', 443}}, {:inet, [:inet], :nxdomain}]}
10:26 <DeadTrickster> dns?
10:27 <asonge> that looks like it
10:27 <DeadTrickster> ping repo.hex.pm
10:27 <DeadTrickster> PING n.global-ssl.fastly.net (151.101.85.5) 56(84) bytes of data.
10:27 <DeadTrickster> 64 bytes from 151.101.85.5: icmp_seq=1 ttl=56 time=24.9 ms
10:27 <DeadTrickster> ping works
10:27 <DeadTrickster> wtf
10:28 <DeadTrickster> wget works too
10:29 <asonge> the error is repeatable?
10:29 <DeadTrickster> it just sits there, started probably this morning
10:31 <DeadTrickster> in browser I see standard 403 from S3
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10:33 <DeadTrickster> ok, problems solved - erlang uses /etc/resolv.conf and my company's VPNed DNS servers where there
10:34 <DeadTrickster> why the rest of the system worked
10:34 <asonge> the rest of the system probably uses OS facilities for resolving stuff
10:34 <asonge> i know node doesn't use local OS facilities for that :/
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10:52 <travis-ci> elixir-lang/elixir#13957 (master - 26e51ed : Gal Tsubery): The build passed.
10:52 <travis-ci> Change view : https://github.com/elixir-lang/elixir/compare/c3f59736aaae...26e51edb92e9
10:52 <travis-ci> Build details : https://travis-ci.org/elixir-lang/elixir/builds/212417647
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14:04 <drewolson> ok, so, i just started learning graphql. and wow, absinthe is just an amazing implementation.
14:04 <drewolson> i'm very impressed
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14:06 <drewolson> of course it's benwilson512, i should have known. excellent work.
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14:38 <MarioFlach> Hello, i'm having problems when generating function at compile time.
14:39 <MarioFlach> When I compile the first time, Code.get_docs/2 returns nil. When I recompile the file, I can access the docs.
14:40 <MarioFlach> Is this a Module resolution problem at compile time?
14:41 <MarioFlach> https://github.com/almightycouch/musiccast/blob/master/lib/musiccast/network/entity.ex#L44
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15:48 <egis> Hello. I'm trying to learn elixir. How can I match by map key and its value (not just by key)? I think I've missed something obvious in documentation. :/
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15:50 <iFire> egis: for every key check it's value?
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15:50 <iFire> oh
15:51 <iFire> %{a: 1, b: 2} = map_name
15:51 <iFire> like that?
15:52 <egis> yes
15:52 <egis> iFire, yes
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15:53 <egis> For example %{name: "John"} = %{name: "Not a john", lastname: "Something"} should _not_ match (since the value of name is not the same).
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17:07 <wwwd> Hey all! Prety new to development in general and I'm trying to wrap my head arround phoenix and testing! In the tests that are generated with a new Phoenix project I see page_veiw.test that only has 'use Myapp.ConnCase, async: true. Is this marshaling the expected value from the html to the controller in the same way that page_view.ex does when request is to "/" route?
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19:02 <Nicd-> :fs states that to disable starting a default watcher, "set fs environment to {backwards_compatible, false}"
19:02 <Nicd-> how do I do that with mix?
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19:06 <Nicd-> guess I will put `config :fs, backwards_compatible: false`?
19:06 <Nicd-> in config.exs
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19:32 <asonge> man, the xmerl interface/API is such a mess.
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20:36 <travis-ci> elixir-lang/elixir#13964 (master - 0cedfc7 : Gal Tsubery): The build passed.
20:36 <travis-ci> Change view : https://github.com/elixir-lang/elixir/compare/26e51edb92e9...0cedfc70d02f
20:36 <travis-ci> Build details : https://travis-ci.org/elixir-lang/elixir/builds/212530322
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