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02:19 <z1mvader> hey guys! any of you uses emacs? do you know which plugin works better for flycheck with alchemist installed?
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05:46 <Nicd-> I just released my first package :) https://hex.pm/packages/mbu
05:46 <Nicd-> it's some utilities to facilitate writing build tasks with Mix. mostly for front end but could be used for other stuff too
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08:40 <nyaray> Nicd-: build utilities? how about wrench
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08:40 <nyaray> maybe jakoavain, or jako for short, if you want to be exotic
08:41 <Nicd-> nyaray: you are too late! :(
08:42 <Nicd-> your knowledge of Finnish words is suspicious, though "jako" does not exactly fit here
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09:34 Topic for
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09:42 <ariejan> Hi, trivial elixir question. I have two tuples: {:ok, <a map>} and {:error, <a map>}. How do I write two functions, foo, one taking only the tuples with first element :ok, the other :error?
09:42 <ariejan> def foo({:ok, data}) do?
09:43 <Nicd-> yes
09:43 <sevenseacat> yep
09:43 <sevenseacat> try it and see :)
09:43 <Nicd-> first!
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10:11 <travis-ci> elixir-lang/elixir#14142 (master - 4010a79 : José Valim): The build passed.
10:11 <travis-ci> Change view : https://github.com/elixir-lang/elixir/compare/e8c6771b62b4...4010a79c3e59
10:11 <travis-ci> Build details : https://travis-ci.org/elixir-lang/elixir/builds/218400018
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10:29 <storban> hello
10:29 <Nicd-> hello storban
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11:27 <fnux> Hi ! I've something that run fine in iex but raise "(FunctionClauseError) no function clause matching in IO.chardata_to_string/" in escript, any ideas ?
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11:44 <ciawal> what's the full stacktrace?
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12:23 <fxn> anyone doing push notifications in a production system? aws-elixir does not support SNS, pushex depends on a lib that uses the old binary protocol for APNs, pigeon seems in development... don't see a clear solution
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12:28 <ericmj> fxn: ex_aws supports SNS and we use it in production
12:28 <arpunk> fxn: We use a custom application for FCM and https://github.com/chvanikoff/apns4ex for APNS
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12:35 <fxn> ericmj: thanks!
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12:36 <fxn> arpunk: that's the one used by pushex right now, good to have that feedback anyway, the binary protocol might be enough if that's the best available choice
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12:56 <the_voice_> that's intersting I setup a new pheonix application with 1.3.0-rc.1, I set it up with mix phx.new --umbrella which put my Repo in a seperate subapp from phoenix.
12:56 <the_voice_> What is interesting is if I run mix ecto.rollback from the root directory it will rollback all my migrations if I run it from apps/myapp (where repo is) it will rollback only the last migration
12:57 <ericmj> the_voice_: are you sure?
12:57 <ericmj> ecto.rollback should only roll back a single migration
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13:03 <fnux> ciawal: I found the issue : :code.priv_dir()
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13:04 <the_voice_> yes, it is always doing more migrations than it should
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13:05 <ericmj> the_voice_: do you multiple apps using the same repo?
13:05 <the_voice_> Yes
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13:05 <ericmj> the task is recursive so it does the rollback for each app
13:05 <the_voice_> I had a feeling that might be happening
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13:06 <ericmj> the_voice_: please open an issue
13:06 <the_voice_> with mix phx.new --umbrella that is going to be a problem
13:06 <the_voice_> will do
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13:07 <the_voice_> Which github repository do you want me to open it in phoenix, elixir or ecto?
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13:09 <ericmj> the_voice_: ecto please
13:09 <the_voice_> will do
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14:47 <kronicdeth> Is there a way to do a composable `join` in Ecto where I don't have to know the number of pre-existing bindings and then put a where on the thing that was just joined? That is I have query |> join([primary, ...pre-existing-join...], new_join in assoc(primary, primary_association)) |> where([primary, ...., new_join], new_join RELATES TO primary)
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15:03 <micmus> it's much easier to do with from syntax
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15:03 <micmus> from primary in query, join: new in assoc(primary, :assoc), where: new.primary_id == primary.id
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15:51 <alisdair> you can't do that with select tho
15:51 <alisdair> if you want to select values from the joined table
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16:59 <anotherdjohnson> I'm still pretty new to Elixir, and I'm working on an app to access a postgres DB from elixir. Is it possible to ask the user for their username and password while using Ecto?
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17:04 <ejpcmac> Hi! I would like to write a get_xyz_path() function which returns the path based on the id *or* another field (custom URL) if it’s present. I’ve written such a function in my view, on top of the xyz_path() original one, but I would like to use it also in my controller, so I don’t really know where to put it—and if that’s correct to build it on top of the xyz_path(conn, :index) one.
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18:34 <z1mvader> Hello guys! I'm learning elixir and after using the map function for a long time, i realized that Elixir has a "for" loop, what's the idea of adding it on a functional language?
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18:35 <fnux> z1mvader: not really a "for loop"
18:35 <fnux> http://elixir-lang.org/getting-started/comprehensions.html
18:35 <z1mvader> yeah i understand
18:35 <z1mvader> but from people acustomed to non-functional languages such syntaxis should be confusing right?
18:39 <z1mvader> Because usually you mutate stuff inside them
18:39 <z1mvader> And that doesn't happen here
18:39 <Nicd-> people have to get used to immutability anyway
18:39 <asonge> z1mvader: the point of a "for" (usually forEach or each) in fp languages is basically to reduce with no accumulator
18:39 <asonge> they're basically signals that the things it is doing are side-effects
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18:40 <z1mvader> Side effects? I thought that something like that didn't happen on fp
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18:42 <Nicd-> you can save to ETS, send messages to other processes, use I/O...
18:42 <asonge> tbqh, side effects always exist. in haskell, monads (whatever those are), are used to limit or propagate the effects of calling that function. in erlang/elixir, the philosophy is kinda...interesting on side effects.
18:43 <asonge> pure functions (functions with no side-effects) compose way better, but like...at some point you've got to do a side effect, so you want to put them in certain "spots"
18:43 <asonge> but like, sending or receiving a message is a side effect. and that's fundamental to erlang/elixir in practice.
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18:46 <z1mvader> Jmm you are right
18:46 <z1mvader> Thanks for the explanation
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18:52 <asonge> z1mvader: btw, it's still pretty valid to think that having side effects in certain parts of your system is completely "evil"...once you have side effects, you're "breaking" certain nice-to-have properties of pure functions. making large parts of your system with no side effects has *huge* benefits.
18:53 <z1mvader> asonge: but basically every piece of code that writes/reads to/from disk or another pc will generate side effects
18:53 <asonge> yep
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18:59 <z1mvader> ok i can live with that :P
19:01 <asonge> so like, one thing to think about is separating validating data from inserting it into the database. most of your validation can be done without side effects, and if you have it separate from inserting, it's way easier to test.
19:02 <asonge> to test inserting data, you need a database up and running, and possibly data in it.
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19:03 <asonge> but composition properties are way easier to reason about on stateless and pure (no side-effect) parts of the system.
19:03 <asonge> you can reorder them at will, for instance, or parallelize them if the input of one isn't from the output of another
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19:28 <Quintasan> I'm using Plug to add current_user to conn.assigns. How do I go about accessing it in my controller? I tried https://gist.github.com/Quintasan/697fc7db6ae385cf24a494ea963f3628 but for some reason I still can't invoke current_user in my controller.
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19:31 <kronicdeth> Quintasan: when you do apply(__MODULE__, action_name(conn), [conn, conn.params, conn.assigns.current_user]) you're trying to call the action function with 3 arguments instead of 2
19:32 <kronicdeth> you need to change your create to be create(conn, params, current_user) if you want to keep your action as written
19:32 <Quintasan> Alright, would that be a good approach?
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19:32 <kronicdeth> no, I normally just pattern match out the current user from the assignes
19:32 <Quintasan> kronicdeth: Do you have an example somewhere?
19:33 <kronicdeth> so, create(conn = %Conn{assigns: %{current_user: current_user}}, params)
19:33 <Quintasan> Oh.
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19:34 <kronicdeth> changing all your actions to take an additional param is something you can do if you keep having a common pattern, but I've haven't found a need for it yet
19:36 <Quintasan> kronicdeth: One more thing if I can -> what I'm trying to do is to let users upload Images and what I'm trying to do is to somehow assign the current_user to the image being uploaded. How should I go about that? I tried adding :user to cast in Ecto changeset but it doesn't work.
19:37 <kronicdeth> You don't add associations to the cast list, you use cast_assoc
19:38 <kronicdeth> that being said, you probably want put_assoc because you know the user is valid already
19:39 <kronicdeth> Read the examples for cast_assoc to see the difference in usage: https://hexdocs.pm/ecto/Ecto.Changeset.html#cast_assoc/3
19:39 <Quintasan> so essentially it's be struct |> cast/2 |> put_assoc in my changeset?
19:39 <Quintasan> it would be*
19:40 <Quintasan> kronicdeth: Thanks.
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22:05 <aeliton> Hello all. I'm deploying my application after use exrm to create a release, but I'm getting an error whenever my application tries to use HTTPoison. Actually it seems it is trying to find hackney files in a non existing path.
22:06 <aeliton> reason: :badarg, stack: [{:gen_tcp, :connect, 4, [file: 'gen_tcp.erl', line: 149]}, {:hackney_connect, :do_connect, 5, [file: '/home/aeliton/git/.../hackney/src/hackney_connect.erl', line: 246]}
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22:06 <aeliton> this is from an appliance that doesn't contains the user 'aeliton'
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22:08 <aeliton> does anybody know something that can help me?
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22:10 <tolerablyjake> when you specified your dependencies, did you use a "git" path instead of a hex package?
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22:11 <ericmj> aeliton: the error is not that hackney is not found
22:11 <ericmj> aeliton: it's a bar argument to gen_tcp.connect
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22:12 <aeliton> yes, for one application I have made: {:exmq, github: "aeliton/exmq", branch: "receive_amqp_message"},
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22:12 <ericmj> bad* argument
22:13 <aeliton> tolerablyjake: that response was for you
22:13 <aeliton> ericmj: I saw that
22:13 <aeliton> but I believe the problem was tha file path..
22:13 <aeliton> i'm not sure about that
22:13 <ericmj> the file path you are seeing is where the module was compiled
22:14 <ericmj> not where it currently is
22:14 <aeliton> so that should not be the problem, right?
22:14 <fishcakez> Ive had a few bar arguments in hackney, one ended up in me getting bottled and a trip to hospital :(
22:14 <tolerablyjake> aeliton: ericmj is right, i didn't read the full error
22:14 <ericmj> aeliton: correct
22:15 <aeliton> let me copy to pastebin
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22:20 <aeliton> https://pastebin.com/eFSRuxuX
22:20 <aeliton> it's very big the amount of data
22:21 <aeliton> I can strip the lines if you want
22:21 <aeliton> when I ran this in dev or production mode it works just fine
22:22 <aeliton> this error only happens when running the exrm release
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22:25 <benwilson512> aeliton: is that the full stack trace?
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22:28 <aeliton> yes, if you search for 'POST /audo/dicom' you can see the call that generates the '** (exit) %Plug.Conn.WrapperError{...'
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22:29 <aeliton> I'm reading now https://hexdocs.pm/exrm/common-issues.html
22:30 <aeliton> They mentioned that running from /vagrant folder can be the issue! That's what I'm doing! I'll try from another path
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22:44 <aeliton> another information that may be important: the application is being executed by systemd
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22:46 <fishcakez> aeliton: look at where stack trace points
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