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07:54 <OliverMT> anyone tried aws codebuild?
07:54 <OliverMT> I am annoyed with circleci at least once a week lately :P
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08:14 <whodidth1s> probably the jvm playing tricks on you for abandoning it
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08:26 <OliverMT> haha
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08:36 <haste> I'm so happy OliverMT abandoned jvm
08:37 <OliverMT> actually, I dont miss the jvm
08:37 <OliverMT> the jvm is pretty dope
08:37 <OliverMT> but the servlet container options out there are so crappy
08:37 <haste> I just don't enjoy any of the languages on the jvm
08:38 <OliverMT> groovy is pretty good
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08:40 <* haste> isn't a fan.
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08:44 <whodidth1s> clojur is bretty good, interestingly they had a kind of a plug setup in place (ring) but never managed to get a good phoenix style out of the box experience for it
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09:24 <celyr> I'm reading introducing Elixir and I'm focusing at the moment on the cond statement
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09:24 <celyr> for example there is this:
09:24 <celyr> cond do
09:24 <celyr> never mind I'm dumb as fuck
09:25 <haste> :D
09:25 <haste> that's the spirit!
09:26 <celyr> what if multiple conditions are true ?
09:26 <celyr> haste, :P
09:27 <haste> it stops at the first one
09:27 <celyr> :) tnx
09:28 <ciawal> sort of like a switch
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10:15 <bcardarella> Is there a way to use a cowboy handler (middleware) in plug/phoenix stack?
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10:20 <OliverMT> bcardarella: pretty sure gazler can answer that as he's been dabbling with phoenix and cowboy a lot
10:20 <OliverMT> (dont let us down now gazler)
10:22 <sasajuric> bcardarella: You mean providing your own cowboy handler? Some bits are explained at https://hexdocs.pm/phoenix/Phoenix.Endpoint.CowboyHandler.html
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10:23 <bcardarella> sasajuric: maybe I am misunderstanding handlers. My assumption was they were cowboy's version of middleware and you could compose them.
10:23 <bcardarella> I'm trying to add https://github.com/indigo-dc/oidcc_cowboy to my phoenix app
10:24 <bcardarella> there doesn't appear to be an openid connect solution in elixir yet
10:24 <gazler> bcardarella: You add it to your dispatch options usually.
10:25 <sasajuric> Yeah, that would be my guess
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10:25 <bcardarella> gazler: plug's dispatch?
10:26 <gazler> bcardarella: https://github.com/phoenixframework/phoenix/blob/master/lib/phoenix/endpoint/cowboy_handler.ex#L41L49
10:26 <gazler> You you'd do https://github.com/indigo-dc/oidcc_cowboy/blob/master/example/basic_client/src/basic_client_app.erl#L20L21 above the catch all
10:26 <bcardarella> ah, ok this is very helpful
10:26 <bcardarella> thank you
10:27 <* OliverMT> was right
10:27 <OliverMT> :D
10:28 <gazler> I wouldn't have even noticed had you not name dropped me OliverMT!
10:28 <sasajuric> If you're using websockets, you'll also need to manually add dispatches for them, as explained in those links
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10:30 <gazler> I knew I had done it somewhere - it was when I was playing with Cowboy 2 https://github.com/Gazler/phoenix_chat_example/blob/cowboy2/config/dev.exs#L30L40
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10:58 <Ove_> Is there a way to record current version by mix command?
10:58 <Ove_> I need this for CI/CD to work for me.
10:59 <Ove_> Current version of a project that is.
11:04 <gazler> Ove_: You can do something like `mix run -e "IO.puts(Mix.Project.config()[:version])"`
11:11 <Ove_> gazler: That worked, but it gave me an overhead of data, but since last line was the version I could just do tail -n 1.
11:11 <Ove_> gazler: Thanks!
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12:37 <travis-ci> elixir-lang/elixir#14104 (master - 4eba8cc : Qqwy / Wiebe-Marten): The build passed.
12:37 <travis-ci> Change view : https://github.com/elixir-lang/elixir/compare/50d3be3049b5...4eba8ccf3f8b
12:37 <travis-ci> Build details : https://travis-ci.org/elixir-lang/elixir/builds/215916552
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12:54 <travis-ci> elixir-lang/elixir#14105 (master - a9471a3 : José Valim): The build passed.
12:54 <travis-ci> Change view : https://github.com/elixir-lang/elixir/compare/4eba8ccf3f8b...a9471a3d6dd1
12:54 <travis-ci> Build details : https://travis-ci.org/elixir-lang/elixir/builds/215922511
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13:00 <scarfacedeb> Hey, does anybody know what's te preferred way to get locale from accept-language headers in phoenix/plug?
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13:00 <scarfacedeb> Most of the apps on github seems to be using hand-written code from http://code.parent.co/practical-i18n-with-phoenix-and-elixir/
13:02 <scarfacedeb> but it's weird that such fundamental operation doesn't have a hex or readymade module
13:03 <scarfacedeb> there's plug_accept_language, but it uses weird macros magic and I'm not sure that it's the best way to parse that header
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13:04 <ericmj> what about https://hex.pm/packages/set_locale ?
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13:04 <travis-ci> elixir-lang/elixir#14106 (master - 582b6b9 : José Valim): The build passed.
13:04 <travis-ci> Change view : https://github.com/elixir-lang/elixir/compare/a9471a3d6dd1...582b6b9e90f6
13:04 <travis-ci> Build details : https://travis-ci.org/elixir-lang/elixir/builds/215924289
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13:06 <scarfacedeb> @ercmj hm, looks legit. I'll take a look. Thank you!
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13:08 <scarfacedeb> From the code it looks like the only issue would be to match "en-US" and similar values against the "en".
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15:08 <nommers> if i try to say my_data_structure = [ attribute: value ] it tells me that it's actually [ attribute: 'the_value_of_value'] instead of [ 'the_value_of_attribute': 'the_value_of_value' ]
15:08 <nommers> is there a way to set the key programmatically?
15:09 <wwwd> I'm fairly new to programming generally, and have a style question. Do you generally place private functions where they are used or do you group them together to make them easire to find?
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15:11 <nommers> wwwd: i would think keeping them where they're used makes them easier to find?
15:12 <nommers> is the answer to my question that you have to use the erlang lexer/parser? i'm dreading that answer but if that's the answer i guess i have to
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15:15 <wwwd> I was thinking that. But that is only true if the fuction is only used in one place. I guess it is really rather null since most editors have some kind of search.
15:19 <asonge> nommers: [foo: bar] is syntactic sugar for [{:foo, bar}]
15:19 <nommers> asonge: right but let's say i want to do foo = bat first
15:19 <asonge> so if you want to have foo be a variable instead of an atom, use the tuple syntax.
15:20 <nommers> what i really want is a map where the key is a variable
15:20 <asonge> it helps if you think of the : of key as just an atom prefix that's moved.
15:20 <nommers> %{ variable1: variable2 }
15:20 <asonge> if it's a map, it's %{foo => bar}
15:20 <nommers> maybe a struct i mean
15:20 <asonge> where foo is an expression
15:20 <asonge> (map/struct, same/same)
15:21 <nommers> how does it know foo is an expression?
15:21 <nommers> if i have a variable named a for attribute and i say %{ a: v } where v is for value
15:21 <nommers> it says %{ a: value } not %{ attribute: value}
15:22 <asonge> nommers: the a: syntax is only for atoms. think of the : as an atom-colon, not as an associator.
15:22 <asonge> %{ a: value} is %{ :a => value }
15:22 <nommers> i want an atom but i want it to be called the name it has to be! lol
15:23 <nommers> and i don't know what it's going to be because i get it from inputs to the program
15:24 <asonge> nommers: type this in the shell, `a = :foo` and then `%{ a => :bar }`
15:24 <asonge> then you'll see.
15:24 <nommers> but i can't put a colon in front of foo because i can't type foo because i get foo from an elixir channel from my web client
15:25 <asonge> a is a variable.
15:25 <asonge> it can be anything. it can even be a string.
15:25 <asonge> (elixir map keys can be any elixir term)
15:26 <nommers> does that still work for %{ a: v} rather than %{ a => v}?
15:27 <nommers> https://github.com/psfblair/exdn/ <-- this is the reason it has to be %{a: v}
15:27 <Ioyrie> you can always do %{:a => v}
15:28 <Ioyrie> you can even argue %{a: v} exists because we are all lazy f***
15:28 <nommers> oh okay so maybe this parser will understand them to be the same and if i use the arrow i can set the key
15:28 <asonge> nommers: they are *literally* the same. which is what i have been saying.
15:29 <nommers> asonge: you literally said it. i just thought you were being figurative :)
15:30 <asonge> use the repl to test things :P
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15:40 <celyr> Are actually string sigils used ? I fail to see any use for them
15:40 <celyr> Or maybe i don't understand their use
15:40 <nommers> celyr: i don't know what's what but i know a lot of string oddities have to do with erlang interoperability
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15:42 <celyr> nommers, it looks like you can use something like ~S or ~s in from of a string, this will produce different result
15:43 <nommers> yeah i don't know sigils very well
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15:43 <celyr> nommers, for examle ~w/this is a test!/ produces ["this", "is", "a", "test!"] and I wonder what can be the use of this
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15:44 <nommers> well in erlang the charlists are lists of characters which was the old way of doing strings. maybe related i dunno
15:44 <celyr> nommers, It doesn't look so to me :/ I mean you just use List.To
15:45 <celyr> to_string and string to char list in those cases n ?
15:45 <benwilson512> string sigils are super useful when you want to have like a JSON string
15:45 <benwilson512> ~s({"foo":"bar"})
15:46 <celyr> so they are there to lower the burden of escaping things
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15:47 <celyr> tnx ben
15:48 <benwilson512> yup
15:48 <benwilson512> and ~S() won't interpolate
15:48 <benwilson512> ~s(#{"asdf"}) #=> "asdf"
15:48 <benwilson512> ~S(#{"asdf"}) #=> "\#{\"asdf\"}"
15:49 <asonge> there's also regex sigils, which will compile the regular expression. the word sigil with the a modifier is also useful for lists of simple atoms.
15:49 <asonge> extra_applications: ~w[logger crypto someliboranother]a
15:49 <asonge> (i like using [] with ~w)
15:50 <nommers> hey can i ask what people are working on?
15:51 <nommers> i'm connecting the datomic database from clojure to elixir as the back end to a web/desktop(electron)/mobile javascript app
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16:02 <nyaray> currently creating a simple integration with CS:GO to see if I can do something useful (think: second screen) with the exposed game state. I stumbled upon docs that mentioned that all you needed was something that spoke http and decided to try out cowboy+plug to learn a little more
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16:06 <nyaray> another, vaguely work-related, pet project is a utility for keeping track of my time spent working on different projects that takes start-stop times for tasks and adds them up and breaks them down in different ways
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16:06 <nommers> everyone should have a task manager project
16:07 <nommers> so the CS project, you can use the second screen to work collaboratively as a group to be the best player of all time
16:07 <nyaray> I hate timesheets and intend on doing a SOAP-integration with the system we use, in hopes of not having to enter my times in my own system and then have my utility calculate what I should type in and spend time copying stuff between the two.
16:07 <nyaray> hehe, how do you mean?
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16:07 <nommers> like the second screen could be a touchscreen where people i dunno, find snipers
16:09 <nyaray> Yeah, I was thinking of having vectors drawn on the map for where enemies had been seen by other players
16:09 <nyaray> but it doesn't seem like that is shared. I haven't checked through all the events that were posted during a quick local bots-only session
16:10 <nyaray> that would be cool though, since the mini-radar gives you a lot
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16:10 <nyaray> then I productify this, get rich off of all the kids that use it and retire
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16:11 <nyaray> riding off into the sunset on my gold-plated airplane Lamborghini combination unicorn
16:12 <nommers> well if it's gold plated
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16:19 <nommers> i think after we all finish whatever we're working on we should all move on to AI next
16:21 <dimitarvp> nommers: I predict it: future profession: A.I. educator :)
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16:47 <jomari> hi. say I have list of structs, each of them has the field "id".
16:47 <jomari> How can I apply Enum.group_by to it so that it groups items with the same "id"?
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16:55 <ciawal> jomari: what is it you're struggling with?
16:56 <jomari> ciawal: How can I apply Enum.group_by to it so that it groups items with the same "id"?
16:56 <ciawal> which bit are you struggling with?
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16:57 <jomari> ciawal: all that
16:58 <ciawal> zzz
16:58 <ciawal> Enum.group_by(list, &(&1.id))
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16:58 <jomari> thankssssssssss
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17:49 <alisdair> is there a reason ecto doesn't have a variant of Changeset.cast that errors on unexpected values?
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18:18 <Ioyrie> what do you mean by error values?
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18:47 <alisdair> https://github.com/elixir-ecto/ecto/issues/2007
18:47 <alisdair> i mean this
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19:37 <benwilson512> alisdair: I too would get behind that
19:37 <OliverMT> it's borderline trivial to do this if you're on phoenix
19:37 <OliverMT> just override the cast() in your Web module macro for changesets
19:38 <benwilson512> true
19:38 <OliverMT> so although I agree its not a bad idea, I think it opens the door for api bloat
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19:39 <alisdair> it seems like it's broadly applicable
19:39 <alisdair> i was suprised it doesnt already exist
19:41 <benwilson512> yeah it's one of those things that I think if it existed
19:41 <benwilson512> I might never use `cast`
19:41 <benwilson512> and I don't think I'd be the only one to go that approach
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19:47 <codestorm7> benwilson512: looks like my company will use Absinthe. I wanted to pick your brain about microservice intercommunication if you're around
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20:03 <benwilson512> codestorm7: glad to hear it!
20:03 <benwilson512> today is a bit busy but we could schedule a call tomorrow or something
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20:09 <codestorm7> that would be great!
20:11 <benwilson512> codestorm7: awesome! I'm EST and generally most free in the morning or mid afternoon
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20:16 <codestorm7> benwilson512: would 2pm EST work?
20:16 <benwilson512> perfect
20:16 <benwilson512> I'll DM you details
20:16 <codestorm7> great
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21:51 <jeregrine> Anyone have any thoughts re https://elixirforum.com/t/handling-phoenix-presence-during-testing/4248, I too have recently ran into this
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22:40 <InternetFriend> hola
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23:08 <bcardarella> if I have an erlang dep and that source has documentation how do I generate the documentation for that dep?
23:08 <bcardarella> dep in question: https://github.com/indigo-dc/oidcc/blob/master/src/oidcc.erl#L22
23:09 <bcardarella> I tried `:edoc.application(:oidcc)`
23:09 <bcardarella> and there was a doc/ in the build directory for odicc
23:09 <bcardarella> but the files didn't have anything in them
23:09 <bcardarella> outside of an empty template
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23:51 <benwilson512> finally getting around to reading the ecto 2.0 book
23:51 <benwilson512> I'm waaaaaay underusing these features
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