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00:13 <iFire> fishcakez: is there a debug mode for db_connection
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00:14 <iFire> I have no idea how to get to the state of Snappyex.Protocol.execute in https://gist.githubusercontent.com/fire/2009b0d409783a51482d8ec127f9835e/raw/9a8368fb004295d4ae5454ba6d30ae9acaf905e5/gistfile1.txt
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00:58 <wwwd> I am following a tutorial and have a couple of tests that are failing. Wondering if anyone can tell me what I am doing wrong? The function under test is doin what I expect, but the test is complaining "Expected truthy, got nil". https://gist.github.com/anonymous/c3f8913e76ad6e0e2bf70530b8
00:58 <benwilson512> wwwd: that link gets me a page not found
01:00 <wwwd> Sorry about that. How about this one? https://gist.github.com/anonymous/f997fa6f08af72b1430eeaf452eb98c2
01:00 <wwwd> Also, why is the author using both the password and the password_confirmation in the setup?
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01:07 <wwwd> benwilson512: I may have just figured it out. When I say I am following a tutoiral what I mean is I am loosely following...In my user model I have " |> validate_required([:name_first, :name_last, :username, :password, :password_confirmation])" which includes two fields that he author does not use...specifically :name_first and :name_last. Do I need to include them in my test setup?
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01:13 <notriddle> Does this seem accurate? https://gist.github.com/notriddle/8d7ac70c2de87139398df9b19fe5ad0e
01:14 <wwwd> Nope! That doesn't seem to be the problem.
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01:16 <benwilson512> notriddle: largely ok, there's a few issues though
01:16 <benwilson512> depending on how close of a comparison you want to make
01:16 <notriddle> Okay?
01:17 <benwilson512> well "configuration" is a bit unclear, are you talking about build / project configuration or application configuration or both?
01:18 <notriddle> Mostly build configuration. App configuration should go in a separate section, if I want to talk about it.
01:18 <benwilson512> gotcha ok, yeah mix.exs is fine then
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01:18 <benwilson512> what do you mean by "add-ons". mix archive.install is sort of for adding globally available elixir scripts, is that what cargo install does?
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01:19 <benwilson512> the elixir OTP thing is a bit off. every mix project is an OTP application. Applications are a bundle of both code and processes
01:20 <benwilson512> you can choose whether to have a basic process tree or not via the --sup flag
01:20 <benwilson512> but they're all OTP apps
01:20 <notriddle> cargo install adds globally available rust executables, yes.
01:21 <benwilson512> ok
01:21 <benwilson512> "Apparently, Elixirists have such complicated build configuration that it's an Elixir app in and of itself."
01:21 <notriddle> I mostly meant "add-ons" as in "globally available commands that can be run with the package manager"
01:21 <benwilson512> you then show a mix file
01:21 <notriddle> Which is elixir code. :-)
01:21 <benwilson512> that's just an elixir module
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01:21 <benwilson512> not an entire application
01:21 <benwilson512> the whole project is the applicatoin
01:22 <benwilson512> that module defines some information about the application, but it is not itself the application
01:22 <notriddle> Fair enough.
01:22 <benwilson512> all in all though seems like a good breakdown
01:22 <benwilson512> are you coming from the rust side of things or somewhere else?
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01:23 <notriddle> I've been using Elixir for a few months, and Rust for more than a few years. So, I guess I'm coming "from the Rust side of things."
01:23 <benwilson512> gotcha
01:23 <benwilson512> I have a lot of respect for the rust build tooling, it's very easy to use
01:24 <benwilson512> particularly in comparison to other languages that inhabit the same level of "bare metalness"
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01:24 <notriddle> There are a few spots where I prefer the way Mix does it, honestly.
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01:24 <benwilson512> like?
01:25 <notriddle> Being able to check out a project that uses Ecto and just run the Ecto commands is really nice, without having to separately install an ecto CLI thing.
01:25 <benwilson512> ah yeah, mix tasks are very handy
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01:31 <wwwd> benwilson512: Did that new link work?
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01:43 <cmk_zzz> hm, phx.gen.schema doesn't seem to exist if I've created an app with phx.new.ecto
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01:49 <cmk_zzz> which I guess make sense because phoenix is not a dependency in the app
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02:55 <cmk_zzz> so I want to run some ExUnit tests. I've created an umbrella app with: mix new project --umbrella and then my business logic app inside "project/apps" with: mix phx.new.ecto. I've then created a test under test/myapp/test_thing.exs. When I run $ mix test it says "No tests to run"
02:56 <cmk_zzz> In mix.exs I found defp elixirc_paths(:test) and I added test/myapp to that list but it didn't help
02:56 <cmk_zzz> if I run $ mix test/myapp/test_thing.exs it successfully runs the test
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04:20 <alisdair> thing_test.exs
04:21 <alisdair> i think `*_test.exs` is mandatory
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07:43 <m00dy> good morning people
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07:46 <Nicd-> hello m00dy!
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08:40 <cmk_zzz> can someone explain how exunit finds tests? I followed the elixir-lang to create the KV application. And in there they put tests in test/kv/ directory. However when I try this on another application I've made mix test can't find tests in subdirectories of the test dir
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08:45 <Havvy> I think it's test/**/*_test.exs
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08:47 <gazler> Mix is the project management and build tool for Elixir. Invoking mix test from the command line will run the tests in each file matching the pattern *_test.exs found in the test directory of your project.
08:47 <gazler> From https://hexdocs.pm/ex_unit/ExUnit.html#module-integration-with-mix
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08:48 <cmk_zzz> thanks guys. I read that documentation several times. Still I didn't pick up that my test files where of format test_*.exs and not *_test.exs. Man I am getting old :/
08:49 <gazler> cmk_zzz: I have done _test.ex more times than I care to admit
08:50 <gazler> Had the CI missing the tests for ages before noticing.
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08:50 <cmk_zzz> gazler: please say you are young and sharp so I don't have to feel bad
08:50 <cmk_zzz> ;)
08:51 <gazler> I used to be!
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09:11 <sevenseacat> what now? all of my test files are _test.exs
09:12 <sevenseacat> oh wait, i misread your statement :D
09:12 <sevenseacat> was quite confused for a moment there
09:12 <cmk_zzz> it is tricky. I know from own experience
09:13 <cmk_zzz> anyway, ecto cleans up the tables after the test but it doesn't reset sequences. Is this expected?
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09:50 <ericmj> @cmk_zzz yes, sequences are not transactional
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12:04 <bitmod> what's the reasoning behind putting app context files (e.g. blog.ex for the directory "blog" which contains [post.ex, comment.ex]) outside of their respective directories? i.e. why not move blog.ex into the "blog" direcotry and give it some constant name?
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12:06 <benwilson512> bitmod: well for one thing that particular folder structure has been the standard in elixir for a very long time
12:06 <benwilson512> you have `my_app.ex` and `my_app` the folder inside of of which go files namespaced under `MyApp`
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12:07 <bitmod> benwilson512: isn't this structure new? (coming with phoenix 1.3)
12:08 <benwilson512> bitmod: what's new is applying this pattern to how you organize your ecto schemas
12:08 <benwilson512> not the file and folder naming convention
12:09 <benwilson512> projects using phoenix did not always follow this broader naming convention, and now they will
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12:10 <benwilson512> ericmj: finally using embedded schemas with ecto, this is looking very nice
12:11 <benwilson512> I'm actually getting mileage out of the cast / put assoc functions
12:11 <benwilson512> what I'm a bit unclear on is if put_assoc is supposed to be used for parent associations or not
12:11 <ericmj> benwilson512: awesome, micmus worked on all that :)
12:11 <benwilson512> oh cool
12:11 <benwilson512> micmus: great stuff!
12:12 <josevalim> bitmod: it is going to be inside in the next rc because it is easier to find files that way
12:12 <josevalim> but Elixir does not care about how your files are organized
12:12 <benwilson512> I've got a child changeset I"m working on and a parent_id column, should I be `|> put_assoc(:parent, Map.get(params, :parent))
12:13 <bitmod> josevalim: oh, nice. maybe it's a subjective thing, but it does appear to be a neater solution
12:13 <bitmod> josevalim: will it still retain the same name? e.g. blog/blog.ex
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12:14 <josevalim> yes
12:17 <micmus> benwilson512: put_assoc expects structured arguments
12:17 <hmans> I love you josevalim
12:17 <micmus> vs cast_assoc expecing params
12:18 <micmus> this is a similar difference than change vs cast for regular fields
12:18 <benwilson512> micmus: right, I'm surmising I don't want cast_assoc in this case cause I'm not trying to change the parent, so running a changeset function on the parent is undesirable
12:18 <benwilson512> I'm just trying to avoid having `parent_id` in the cast list
12:19 <benwilson512> what is the correct way to validate the requiredness of having the parent set?
12:19 <benwilson512> put_assoc and then validate required on parent_id ?
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12:21 <micmus> AFAIK - put_assoc won't modify parent_id until repo
12:21 <micmus> if you only allow setting the parent by reference, setting the id is the best approach, I think
12:22 <benwilson512> micmus: so the issue with setting the id is that a while back I had a function that took two parents, and then set the ids on a changeset
12:22 <benwilson512> except when I called the function I put the parents in the wrong order
12:22 <benwilson512> foreign key constraints didn't help me because both tables actually had those ids
12:23 <benwilson512> now obviously I could pattern match in the function head for the struct types or something
12:23 <micmus> put_assoc wouldn't help, though. I don't think we verify it's the correct struct
12:23 <benwilson512> but I feel like since the schema already knows what each association type should be, and what keys to use
12:23 <benwilson512> ah
12:23 <benwilson512> ok
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12:23 <benwilson512> I'm gonna play around with changeset helpers then for this and see if I can distill something that may be generally useful
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13:10 <m00dy> Hi Nicd-
13:11 <Nicd-> how are you doing today?
13:11 <Nicd-> fine sunny day here
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14:01 <benwilson512> blah, my build server isn't compiling the nif for eiconv properly :(
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14:02 <benwilson512> other nifs seem fine, comeonin has its nif in _build/prod/lib/comeonin/priv/ where you'd expect
14:02 <benwilson512> but _build/prod/lib/eiconv/ just has ebin and mix.rebar.config
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14:33 <iFire> fishcakez: Any idea what this blob is? %Ecto.Query.SelectExpr{expr: {:&, [], [0]},
14:33 <iFire> fields: [{:&, [], [0, [:id, :randomnumber], 2]}],
14:33 <iFire> In particular I don't know if fields is valid.
14:34 <iFire> %Query{select: %{fields: fields}} = query <-
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14:43 <benwilson512> the whole gen_smtp/mimemail/iconv space is such a shitshow
14:44 <benwilson512> gen_smtp is on hex which is nice, but it needs iconv as a dependency and doesn't say so in the readme, nor list it as an actual dependency.
14:44 <benwilson512> the iconv that is on hex however is not compatible
14:44 <benwilson512> Mailman lists a github dependency but it's been deprecated for like a year
14:44 <benwilson512> and is the one that won't compile its nif on ubuntu properly
14:44 <sevenseacat> :/
14:46 <fishcakez> iFire: I dont do much work on the DSL sorry, dont know
14:47 <iFire> yeah it's basically gibberish to me :(
14:47 <iFire> So I can't tell if [0, [:id, :randomnumber], 2] is a valid args
14:47 <iFire> to
14:48 <iFire> https://github.com/elixir-ecto/ecto/blob/1bef8f044db1f05b14ab0dcfe360b01c3edadcec/lib/ecto/adapters/postgres/connection.ex#L888
14:49 <iFire> So the query is supposed to like select id, randomnumber from world where id = blah.
14:49 <iFire> where blah is a integer
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15:08 <benwilson512> blah both mailgun and mailman are effectively abandonware, weeeeee
15:09 <benwilson512> ah mailgun wont' actually do what I need anyway
15:09 <OliverMT> aws ses?
15:09 <benwilson512> I use SES for the actual sending
15:09 <OliverMT> mailchimp for templates and ses for delivery, been happy with that
15:09 <benwilson512> but I was using mailman to render the raw email
15:09 <OliverMT> ah
15:09 <OliverMT> I can vouch for bamboo
15:09 <benwilson512> does mailchimp do attachments?
15:09 <OliverMT> or rather haste can, he set it up
15:10 <OliverMT> we just used gen_smtp before bamboo
15:10 <* haste> vouches for bamboo.
15:10 <haste> we're still using gen_smtp for attachments
15:10 <OliverMT> hah, there you go
15:10 <OliverMT> :D
15:10 <benwilson512> haste: heh
15:10 <haste> there's a PR up on bamboo, but it's stuck in limbo it seems
15:10 <OliverMT> gen_smtp pretty solid btw
15:10 <benwilson512> attachments are like 99% of what we use emails for sadly
15:11 <OliverMT> easy to set up and use
15:11 <benwilson512> OliverMT: sorta, it has a dependency on iconv that isn't listed on hex or the readme
15:11 <OliverMT> seems to be de facto standard on erlang
15:11 <OliverMT> tallak, a dude on the elixir slack has made a elixir only iconv replacement
15:11 <OliverMT> that we use for it
15:11 <benwilson512> it's in the rebar config as https://github.com/zotonic/eiconv but I can't get that to build its nif properly on ubuntu for some reason
15:11 <OliverMT> the iconv stuff is 99% for inbound email
15:11 <benwilson512> OliverMT: that's what I need :(
15:11 <benwilson512> we have very ghetto customers who like to email us stuff
15:11 <OliverMT> ok, why are you doing inbound on your own
15:12 <OliverMT> ses -> s3
15:12 <benwilson512> well it comes in from AWS
15:12 <benwilson512> yup
15:12 <OliverMT> then lambda a REST call to your api or just use sqs
15:12 <benwilson512> I pull the raw email from SES and need to parse out attachments
15:12 <OliverMT> or rather SNS into an sqs
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15:12 <benwilson512> that's exactly what I do, but that doesn't get me around parsing attachments from a raw email body
15:12 <OliverMT> I used javascript for the parsing
15:12 <benwilson512> ah
15:12 <OliverMT> there are several battle tested libs
15:13 <benwilson512> yeah I mean this was working fine till I tried to move to OTP 19
15:13 <OliverMT> met some bugs, but gen_smtp wasnt even remotely close to being able to parse those either
15:13 <benwilson512> which is when eiconv broke
15:13 <OliverMT> look into codepagex
15:13 <benwilson512> what JS lib do you use?
15:13 <OliverMT> you need to do some mapping
15:13 <OliverMT> dont know, its not in versioning, since we abandoned it shortly after
15:13 <OliverMT> just made poc
15:13 <OliverMT> then we swapped our angle of attack away from parsing .ics
15:13 <OliverMT> it was a system to put call setup info automatically into propagated outlook invites
15:14 <benwilson512> blah. just frustrated, this was supposed to be a small upgrade and now I'm looking at re-writing our entire incoming mail system
15:14 <OliverMT> so much random parse breakage from weirdo clients not doing the right thing
15:14 <OliverMT> the one I found have like 10k stars on github
15:14 <OliverMT> is usaully a good indicator
15:14 <benwilson512> and it still had issues?
15:14 <benwilson512> best I can tell parsing incoming mail is a nightmare
15:14 <OliverMT> of course, email is satan himself :D
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15:14 <OliverMT> you need to fuzz so much crap
15:15 <OliverMT> because clients send stuff out of rfc
15:15 <OliverMT> missing double \r\n etc between headers and body and such weird stuff
15:15 <OliverMT> outlook is the worst of the worst
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15:16 <mrx1> OliverMT: but for the user it's best of best ;]
15:16 <OliverMT> I got outlook licence, still vastly prefer google inbox :p
15:17 <mrx1> i prefer outlook very strongly, just better user experience imho
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15:17 <mrx1> and nice calendar integrantion, sending meetings by e-mail, which are added to your calendar etc.
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15:24 <nyaray> google does that pretty well, too. I remember when I got invitations for interviews from recruiters and other Serious People™ that use outlook and google would just ask if I wanted to add it to my calendar
15:26 <OliverMT> you obviously dont handle the amount of mail I deal with :P
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15:26 <OliverMT> the way google inbox works with postponing mail, making it pop back out with a notification at a given time, the way you mark stuff as done and whatnot is so much better
15:27 <OliverMT> I do fully agree that the meeting invites in google look shit
15:27 <OliverMT> compared to outlooks invites, but technologically they are fully equivalent
15:27 <OliverMT> the google calendar integrates better to your phone imo
15:28 <OliverMT> the underlaying ics structure for meeting requests in outlook and inviting people from calendar are identical
15:28 <OliverMT> (I know, because that was what we were parsing to augment :P)
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15:39 <Nvm> http://www.ngdevelopers.net/downloads/
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15:51 <nox> OliverMT: Meetings are bad anyway. :P
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16:37 <benwilson512> josevalim: hey sorry to bother you, I'm trying to figure out if this is an elixir problem or not
16:38 <josevalim> sure
16:38 <benwilson512> but having quite a bit of trouble creating a reproducible example
16:38 <benwilson512> I'm getting
16:38 <benwilson512> https://www.irccloud.com/pastebin/GzCfSStT/
16:38 <benwilson512> when trying to use the {:eiconv, github: "zotonic/eiconv"} dependency
16:38 <benwilson512> BUT only in my main project, not in a separate example project
16:38 <benwilson512> I've done the usual things
16:39 <benwilson512> nuked _build and deps
16:39 <benwilson512> made sure the elixir versions are the same (1.4.2, OTP 19.2)
16:39 <josevalim> hrm, this is familiar
16:39 <benwilson512> there aren't any .beam files laying around root
16:40 <benwilson512> I have confirmed that _build/dev/lib/eiconv does not contain priv
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16:40 <josevalim> benwilson512: does it work on some machines but not in others?
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16:40 <josevalim> or does it always fail?
16:40 <benwilson512> it used to work on this machine, and then it broke in prod when I updated some stuff, and now it doesn't work on this machine either
16:40 <benwilson512> let me try an older elixir version real quick
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16:41 <josevalim> well, not having something in priv is definitely part of the issue
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16:41 <benwilson512> it shows correctly in deps though
16:42 <josevalim> it doesn't matter, it needs to be copied to _build
16:42 <josevalim> you need to find out why it is not being copied
16:43 <benwilson512> right yeah, not sure where to begin on that
16:43 <benwilson512> trying to make a reproducible example
16:43 <josevalim> when you try to reproduce it, it just works?
16:43 <benwilson512> yes
16:43 <benwilson512> however
16:44 <benwilson512> in the main project where it fails
16:44 <benwilson512> it works in elixir 1.3.4
16:44 <benwilson512> but not in 1.4.2
16:44 <benwilson512> without any other changes
16:44 <josevalim> benwilson512: it is definitely rebar related
16:44 <josevalim> then
16:44 <acscherp> this is with eiconv as dep from gen_smtp?
16:44 <josevalim> mix deps | grep "eiconv"
16:45 <benwilson512> acscherp: yes
16:45 <benwilson512> * eiconv 1.1 (https://github.com/zotonic/eiconv.git) (rebar3)
16:45 <josevalim> {:eiconv, github: "zotonic/eiconv", manager: :rebar, override: true}
16:45 <josevalim> do that in your root
16:46 <josevalim> benwilson512: can you reproduce the issue if you use eiconv through a dependency instead of directly?
16:46 <benwilson512> josevalim: it's a git dep, so it isn't possible to use indirectly
16:46 <josevalim> oh
16:46 <josevalim> ok, i know which issue it is
16:46 <acscherp> how do you refer gen_smtp? not from hex?
16:46 <benwilson512> acscherp: I use hex for gen_smtp
16:47 <josevalim> benwilson512: https://github.com/elixir-lang/elixir/issues/5830
16:47 <josevalim> I think it is this issue
16:47 <josevalim> let me know if forcing manager: :rebar fixes it
16:47 <benwilson512> ok one sec
16:48 <benwilson512> recompiling everything on 1.4.2
16:49 <benwilson512> ah wtf it works now
16:49 <benwilson512> at least locally
16:50 <benwilson512> i'll try the manager: :rebar thing and see if that fixes prod
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17:35 <myronmarston> I’m trying to use `Module.get_attribute` in a macro outside `quote` but can’t get it to work.
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17:37 <myronmarston> https://gist.github.com/myronmarston/f8cf2872351fb28e9d59cee9b8cd98a4 shows a simplified example of what I’m trying to do
17:37 <myronmarston> Any ideas why `Module.get_attribute/2` outside of `quote` always returns `nil`
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18:13 <Ioyrie> can you not pass the attribute directly?
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18:24 <myronmarston> Not really. In practice I’m doing something a bit like ExUnit tests where module attributes are used before a function definition to declare some metadata about the function, and my macro is an overridden `def` that uses the module atttribute, the delegates to `Kernel.def`
18:24 <myronmarston> more than anything I’d lke to understand why that doesn’t work
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18:31 <z1mvader> hey guys! I'm using alchemist but i cannot access to the erlang functions' docs
18:32 <z1mvader> its telling me that :erlang was not compiled with docs, how can I archieve that?
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18:51 <OliverMT> recompile erlang with docs or install package with docs
18:51 <OliverMT> z1mvader: ^
18:51 <OliverMT> I think the erlang solutions one are including documentation, but tbh not sure
18:53 <z1mvader> my package manager has an erlang-docs package
18:53 <z1mvader> that should be enough?
18:54 <OliverMT> most likely :)
18:54 <OliverMT> or.. maybe not
18:54 <z1mvader> lol
18:54 <z1mvader> let me check
18:54 <OliverMT> dont know how it works on linux :P
18:54 <OliverMT> I code in windows
18:54 <OliverMT> and previously mac
18:57 <z1mvader> didnt work :(
18:58 <OliverMT> I think what you got was manpages maybe?
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19:06 <z1mvader> nope
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19:07 <z1mvader> https://www.irccloud.com/pastebin/i4HDOiDM/
19:07 <bitmod> how does ecto query syntax work? is that a special DSL, or just regular elixir syntax?
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19:19 <OliverMT> its dsl through elixir macros mapping more or less 1:1 with sql (or whatever db you are using)
19:20 <OliverMT> if you're on sql its best thought of as lightweight syntax sugar for sql
19:20 <OliverMT> its main purpose is to make binding to elixir variables easier and more explicit
19:21 <bitmod> OliverMT: so it's an extension of elixir syntax then?
19:22 <bitmod> i.e. i need to use the Ecto module to use it?
19:22 <OliverMT> extension of elixir syntax is the wrong way to word it
19:22 <OliverMT> its simply macros and functions built in elixir that maps your Ecto schemas to joins and helps make results bind to elixir variables
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19:28 <bitmod> OliverMT: right... so how does elixir recognize it? do i have to do something explicit in order for that to happen?
19:28 <OliverMT> you import the files containing the macros
19:28 <OliverMT> thats about it
19:28 <bitmod> ah ok
19:30 <OliverMT> err sorry I mean import the modules
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19:45 <alisdair> bitmod: it's a dsl, yeah, but elixir has first class support for dsls
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19:50 <bitmod> DSLs, macros, metaprogramming, this stuff is confusin
19:50 <bitmod> confusing*
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20:41 <benwilson512> bitmod: you may benefit from the meta-programming elixir book if you want to look into how it works
20:41 <bitmod> benwilson512: yeah that's on my reading list, after programming elixir and programming phoenix
20:41 <benwilson512> awesome
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20:50 <bitmod> benwilson512: another questions i've got regarded function clauses, what order is recommend? should i put initial conditions first or final conditions first? (i.e. with a reducer, would i put reducer([]) first or last)
20:52 <OliverMT> the idiom in elixir is to have what you act upon as the first argument
20:52 <OliverMT> like the enum funcs have the enums as the first arg
20:52 <OliverMT> the reason behind this is that similar functions should be able to pipe chain
20:54 <benwilson512> patterns are matched from top to bottom
20:54 <benwilson512> which in many cases means final conditions MUST be first, or at least it's a lot more ergonomic to do so
20:55 <benwilson512> but yeah I'd say even when it can go either way, base cases first
20:55 <bitmod> benwilson512: so in this example i would put "def reduce(list) do..." first?
20:56 <bitmod> (as opposed to "def reduce([]) do ...")
20:56 <bitmod> or reduce([], sum) or wahtever it would be
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20:57 <* OliverMT> needs to read the question more carefully first
20:58 <bitmod> also base case refers to the result of the last process of a recursion, correct?
20:58 <OliverMT> if you dont put the [] case first you'll end up catching the [] case in the one that has "list" unless you have an additional guard on it
20:58 <edmz> is there a way to trace/introspect whatever is happening in cowboy?
20:58 <edmz> some requests are not hitting phoenix and are returning 505
20:58 <OliverMT> edmz: #ninenines good place for those questions if no one has the answer here
20:59 <edmz> OliverMT: thanks
20:59 <OliverMT> I just normally squiggle some runes on the ground and invoke the presence of gazler when I wonder about something in cowboy
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21:01 <bitmod> benwilson512: sorry, could you clarify your statement?
21:01 <benwilson512> bitmod: `def reduce([item | rest])` would go after `def reduce([](`
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21:02 <bitmod> great, thanks
21:02 <benwilson512> you put terminating or final clauses first
21:02 <benwilson512> and then other clauses after
21:03 <bitmod> benwilson512: is there a reason http://elixir-lang.org/getting-started/recursion.html doesn't do this in every example?
21:08 <adamkittelson> how do you check which node a process is running in if you have its pid?
21:09 <OliverMT> Process.whereis
21:09 <OliverMT> I think
21:09 <adamkittelson> that let's you get the pid from its locally registered name
21:10 <adamkittelson> I'm looking for how to know which node a pid is running on, say if I know the pid after doing a lookup with :global.whereis_name
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21:13 <OliverMT> adamkittelson: node(pid)
21:13 <OliverMT> its a bif
21:13 <adamkittelson> thanks!
21:14 <benwilson512> bitmod: no idea, if I had to guess it's trying to illustrate the clause where you do something first since intro docs like this assume you've never seen elixir in your life
21:14 <benwilson512> or pattern matching for that matter
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21:14 <benwilson512> it's emphasizing the clause where stuff happens
21:14 <benwilson512> when you're actually in a recursive mindset though I tend to find that it works out best to emphasize the clauses where you're done first, and then you write what's left
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21:18 <OliverMT> pseudo code is idiomatic to have base case last
21:18 <OliverMT> discrete math books etc
21:18 <OliverMT> maybe thats why?
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21:47 <nyaray> base case last also makes sense for performance reasons, since you only do the base case once, unless you're doing something special, allowing you to always take the first branch
21:48 <nyaray> but I don't know if all the dynamic dispatch stuff messes it up anyway
21:48 <benwilson512> from what I've heard the BEAM is pretty good about optimizing that kind of thing
21:49 <benwilson512> for some matches it isn't a linear search
21:49 <benwilson512> or even a log(n) tree, but rather an O(1) table
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21:52 <OliverMT> nyaray: I can gurantee you that the beam bytecode is not even remotely similar to how you define your defs
21:53 <OliverMT> if you dumb it down a lot, it basically translate to a huge case statement
21:53 <OliverMT> at least that is how I have had it explained
21:54 <nyaray> I'm not claiming any authority
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21:54 <nyaray> hadn't heard about the stuff your mentioning
21:55 <nyaray> man, I should just keep irc read-only after 23:00d
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21:55 <nyaray> -d
21:56 <OliverMT> is there anything thats *not* dynamic dispatch in elixir? just since you specifically mentioned that
21:56 <OliverMT> :D
21:59 <* nyaray> remains quiet
21:59 <nyaray> it's after what should be my speaking curfew
21:59 <OliverMT> haha
21:59 <OliverMT> do you come from java?
21:59 <OliverMT> out of curiosity
22:00 <OliverMT> because dynamic dispatch was a huge discussion point in java8 when we got invokeDynamic
22:00 <OliverMT> to help the new languages like groovy and clojure along
22:00 <OliverMT> every single call on a class or object before that required an extra lookup to java.lang.Reflection before that
22:00 <OliverMT> to make sure the call was not npe'd
22:02 <nyaray> hm.. I'm back in java, I guess. I never did it professionally until now
22:03 <nyaray> well.. maybe a little, but not really enough for it to count
22:03 <nyaray> I'm kind of numbing myself with cynicism. java's so... not fun :|
22:04 <OliverMT> I came from years of java to elixir
22:04 <OliverMT> feels very good, the beam is a lot easier to reason about
22:04 <OliverMT> not to mention I dont have to ever run a servlet container again
22:08 <nyaray> :)
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22:11 <nyaray> well, bed time. good night!
22:12 <OliverMT> gntie!
22:12 <OliverMT> gnite
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22:18 <cmk_zzz> is it common in elixir to use "opaque" return data structures from modules? Like in erlang if you want to return a record from your API you usually provide functions to operate on the record so that you don't have problems updating the record structure later on. Would you do the same with structs in elixir?
22:20 <cmk_zzz> The reason I'm asking is because I return an ecto schema from a function and I don't like that I bleed implementation details out from the API. So instead should I document it as the function return an "opaque object" and provide functions to operate on it. It is more tedious (getters and setters and what not) but gives better encapsulatioin
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22:26 <benwilson512> I'm not a big fan of "encapsulating" data behind functions in functional programming
22:26 <benwilson512> it's just data
22:27 <benwilson512> if you need to treat that data a particular way you pass it to functions that treat it that particular way
22:27 <benwilson512> if you need to treat it another way you pass it to functions that treat it some other way
22:27 <cmk_zzz> well, that is what encapsulating data is isn't it?
22:27 <edmz> I created a simple api with phoenix. Everything works fine except if I send two requests in a row. It seems to be choking at the cowboy level.
22:28 <edmz> I even created 2 requests with different ruby clients so as to make sure they were not caching or holding a connection
22:28 <benwilson512> cmk_zzz: what you were talking about seemed like you would mediate access to the data through setters and gettters
22:28 <benwilson512> I'm saying that whatever functions get the data get to just operate on the data
22:28 <benwilson512> without the indirection of setters and getters
22:28 <edmz> They still share the same request_id in phoenix
22:28 <edmz> https://gist.github.com/edmz/0d4cf0f970153ff6671d6beca30bf2b6
22:29 <benwilson512> edmz: so you've got a couple issues there
22:29 <cmk_zzz> benwilson512: well, if people operate directly on the data structure returned I can never change it. If it is map I can't change it to a hashtree or whatever
22:29 <benwilson512> edmz: Task.async links the new process to the process that started it
22:29 <benwilson512> and vice versa
22:30 <benwilson512> oh wait why are you doing async at all
22:30 <benwilson512> since you're just awaiting right after
22:30 <OliverMT> I think he is prototyping
22:30 <OliverMT> for a later thing
22:30 <benwilson512> gotcha
22:30 <edmz> benwilson512 : the way that I need the API to wok is like this:
22:31 <OliverMT> but why async at all, a process can just hang as long as you want waiting for remote work to happen
22:31 <edmz> if I can answer in less than N seconds, I return a final response. If not, I return a temp response but the work keeps going.
22:31 <benwilson512> cmk_zzz: ah I see what you're saying
22:31 <OliverMT> async is generally if you need to fork work to do it in parallelll
22:31 <benwilson512> there are definitely cases where encapsulation is useful
22:31 <benwilson512> take the :queue module for example
22:31 <benwilson512> the data itself is sort of an implementation detail
22:31 <OliverMT> ok, task async with a yield is not a bad idea for that
22:31 <benwilson512> there's a big issue for that
22:32 <benwilson512> the web process will exit
22:32 <benwilson512> or at least MAY exit
22:32 <benwilson512> after it returns a response
22:32 <benwilson512> which will kill the work
22:32 <benwilson512> because they're linked
22:32 <benwilson512> you should start the work under a supervisor
22:32 <benwilson512> with https://hexdocs.pm/elixir/Task.Supervisor.html#async_nolink/2
22:33 <benwilson512> cmk_zzz: Ecto schemas though are not I think an example of a datastructure where its contents are an implementation detail
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22:34 <benwilson512> then I'd provide a module with a high level API that returns non ecto schema structs
22:34 <benwilson512> that people could simply use
22:35 <edmz> benwilson512: so changing from Task.async to Task.Supervisor.async should do the trick?
22:35 <edmz> or am I missing something?
22:35 <OliverMT> I would do it completely different in general
22:35 <benwilson512> edmz: well, making that change is an important step
22:35 <OliverMT> I would use a genserver and do a .call with a timeout
22:35 <benwilson512> do you understand what the issue is?
22:35 <OliverMT> and in the handle_call I would send noreply and do the reply later
22:36 <OliverMT> it encapsulates your logic in a way more streamlined way than cobbled together tasks imo
22:36 <cmk_zzz> benwilson512: I'm not to worried about it, just wondering if that was common practice in elixir. Especially with the way phoenix is moving with "boundaries" it seems ecto schemas are an implementation detail that should not go outside of the API because then you can never change your underlying storage implementation
22:36 <benwilson512> cmk_zzz: if you want to provide that kind of abstraction you want different applications
22:36 <benwilson512> not different contexts
22:36 <OliverMT> the call site deals with the timeout scenario, the genserver handles the rest
22:36 <edmz> the cowboy process gets linked to the async process?
22:37 <OliverMT> do you understand my description edmz ?
22:37 <benwilson512> edmz: yes, that's what Task.async does yea
22:37 <cmk_zzz> benwilson512: I see
22:37 <OliverMT> benwilson512: dont see why that gives him two identical request ids in that example though
22:37 <OliverMT> they are generated long before his async code kicks in
22:37 <benwilson512> OliverMT: because the same erlang process is handling both requests
22:37 <benwilson512> and if cowboy can't parse it
22:37 <benwilson512> plugs can't run
22:37 <benwilson512> and if plugs can't run, nothing will clobber the previous request id
22:38 <OliverMT> isnt it a process per request in cowboy?
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22:38 <OliverMT> TIL
22:38 <benwilson512> not always, it'll reuse them if it judges it worthwhile
22:38 <edmz> benwilson512 : I don't understand why cowboy is reusing the request, though
22:38 <edmz> ok
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22:38 <OliverMT> I still think this should be a simple genserver call
22:38 <OliverMT> with a timeout and a async reply
22:38 <benwilson512> depends on how much concurrency you want
22:39 <benwilson512> edmz: what is the nature of the work btw?
22:39 <OliverMT> async replies gives just as much concurrency :p
22:39 <OliverMT> its just encapsulated cleaner
22:39 <OliverMT> he could still do the work in an (unlinked) task
22:39 <benwilson512> never have unlinked tasks :p
22:40 <benwilson512> OliverMT: I guess what I'm saying is that the genserver still needs to spawn a task if it's gonna do anything async
22:40 <benwilson512> and so you still need the task supervisor
22:40 <benwilson512> and the genserver will likely crash if it tries to reply to a process that is no longer there
22:40 <OliverMT> I am generally agreeing with that mantra, but only because it makes it harder for newbs to shoot their own foot
22:40 <benwilson512> so now you gotta monitor every person who sends you a task
22:40 <benwilson512> so that you don't reply if they go down
22:40 <edmz> we sell digital goods (suscriptions is an example). Since we own the stack, we now that 99.99% of requests are succesful. So, if it is taking to long to respond to a request we return a successful response anyway. In the background the process will finish after those N seconds.
22:41 <OliverMT> a genserver crashes if you GenServer.reply to a non existing pid?
22:41 <benwilson512> OliverMT: actually that may be wrong, not sure ;)
22:41 <OliverMT> the docs say
22:41 <benwilson512> edmz: your solution seems like a good way to start
22:41 <OliverMT> This function always returns :ok.
22:41 <OliverMT> :p
22:41 <benwilson512> OliverMT: aight I'm wrong :D
22:41 <benwilson512> edmz: just start the process under a supervisor
22:42 <benwilson512> instead of under the request process
22:42 <benwilson512> the whole point is that they should have different lifetimes
22:42 <benwilson512> so you don't want them to be linked
22:42 <benwilson512> but you always want the task linked to SOMETHING
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22:42 <benwilson512> ergo, supervisor
22:42 <OliverMT> unless you know the task cant deadlock
22:42 <OliverMT> :D
22:42 <edmz> benwilson512 : are you talking about OliverMT's suggestion or the Task.Supervisor one?
22:42 <benwilson512> Task.supervisor, I think doing a genserver is gonna be a bottleneck
22:42 <benwilson512> and I'm not sure it wins you much
22:43 <benwilson512> it's definitely more code
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22:45 <OliverMT> what happens if your task crashes while running under task supervisor, does it bring down other tasks connected to same supervisor?
22:46 <edmz> benwilson512 : thank you. I understand the need to start the process linked to something else that cowboy/plug. But I get confused with "star the process under a supervisor". Isn't that what Task.Supervisor.async would do under the hood?
22:46 <edmz> I feel like I am still missing something
22:46 <benwilson512> you need to pass that function the name or pid of a supervisor
22:46 <benwilson512> so you need to add a supervisor under your top level supervision tree
22:46 <edmz> ahh, duh. I see
22:46 <OliverMT> I am a big fan of call genserver, do work in non linked task, use ref and from to send reply in task
22:46 <benwilson512> name it something, and then use that name as the first argument to Task.Supervisor.async_nolink
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22:47 <OliverMT> just requires call site to use timeouts, or your system deadlocks
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22:51 <benwilson512> timeouts ftw
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22:51 <OliverMT> good practice anyways imo
22:51 <OliverMT> since the default is :infinity
22:51 <OliverMT> :D
22:52 <benwilson512> for what, GenServer.call?
22:53 <OliverMT> yes
22:53 <benwilson512> nah it's 5 seconds https://hexdocs.pm/elixir/GenServer.html#call/3
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22:53 <OliverMT> no wait yes it is
22:54 <OliverMT> wtf
22:54 <OliverMT> we were having loads of trouble before we set an explicit timeout
22:54 <benwilson512> weird. bare receive has no timeout but
22:54 <OliverMT> oh wait, multi_call has infinity
22:54 <benwilson512> GenServer.call definitely has always had a 5 second one
22:54 <benwilson512> ah hm
22:54 <benwilson512> that's interesting
22:54 <OliverMT> so if a node went awol
22:54 <OliverMT> we deadlocked
22:54 <benwilson512> wonder what the rational for that is
22:54 <OliverMT> we're doing distributed calls instead of managing merging state
22:55 <OliverMT> simply because I dont really understand mnesia and unsplit well enough
22:55 <OliverMT> and client had already sold what we were building :D
22:55 <OliverMT> you need to be a little bit over the top explicit and think carefully about what you're doing
22:55 <OliverMT> but distributed work using multi_call is suprisingly easy to do well
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22:56 <OliverMT> and you dont have to worry about split brain and merging or whatnot
22:56 <benwilson512> well
22:56 <benwilson512> what happens when a node goes awol an then comes back?
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22:56 <OliverMT> we resolve at call site
22:57 <OliverMT> if you multi call and get more than one result we kill with hard prejudice
22:57 <OliverMT> hulk smash a random nodes data
22:57 <OliverMT> this is managing external listeners doing long polling with hackney async
22:57 <OliverMT> so worst case we have two listeners until the nodes sync back up
22:58 <OliverMT> (which we want, or the people on the orphan node would get no data from the listener)
22:58 <OliverMT> we use distribution to have less listeners globally
22:58 <edmz> so, since the supervisor doesn't supervise anything yet until async_nolink is called, how do I define it?
22:58 <edmz> https://gist.github.com/edmz/63a60b07f488aeb6e12eef7601c24a8e
23:00 <benwilson512> edmz: you don't need a custom supervisor
23:00 <benwilson512> just
23:01 <benwilson512> add like
23:01 <benwilson512> supervisor(Task.Supervisor, [[name: MyApp.Task.Supervisor, max_seconds: 1, max_restarts: 1000]]),
23:01 <benwilson512> to your top level supervision tree
23:01 <benwilson512> then in your controller do Task.Supervisor.async_nolink(MyApp.Task.Supervisor, fn -> stuff(foo) end)
23:01 <edmz> ah, I see, it registers it
23:01 <edmz> ok
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23:13 <edmz> benwilson512, OliverMT : sadly, same result. status code 400
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23:57 <edmz> curious thing, it only happens in production
23:57 <edmz> in development it works fine
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