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00:35 <thurloat[m]> I'm looking for some either docs or examples on writing unit tests & writing testable code around streams (httpoison & plugs). Any leads?
00:36 <thurloat[m]> In python, I'd make use of mocks and test decorators to inject responses, etc.
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01:30 <Ioyrie> thurloat[m]: do you know about ExUnit?
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01:38 <thurloat[m]> I'm using it, as mix seemed to skeleton my tests with exunit.case. been skating by with the basic test declaration & asserts
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09:41 <smeevil_> Could someone tell me what dializer means with "Callback info about the 'Elixir.Mix.Task' behaviour is not available" for a custom mix task i wrote ? what should i do to satisfy it ?
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10:00 <gjaldon__> I’m trying to use Ecto.Sandbox for 3 different MySQL dbs in my project’s tests. It works fine for the first 2 but the 3rd one doesn’t seem to work. Changes are being committed to the DB and the next run raises errors because records with the same ID already exist
10:00 <gjaldon__> Here are how the configs look:
10:00 <gjaldon__> https://gist.github.com/gjaldon/c16adf92c8d0fa59ac0488b35c293528
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11:08 <ciawal> the ecto inserted_at timestamp field is a "timestamp without time zone”, but when I inspect the attribute on an ecto schema fetched from the DB it shows it as UTC
11:08 <ciawal> however when I do this for a field I’ve added which also has no timezone, it doesn’t do this
11:08 <ciawal> is there some special handling going on for reading the timestamp fields?
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11:38 <ericmj> ciawal: what type is your field?
11:39 <ciawal> Ecto.DateTime
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11:39 <ciawal> I’ve since changed it to :naive_datetime
11:40 <ciawal> but I'd like to know why the inserted_at field is getting a timezone assigned
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11:40 <ericmj> ciawal: timestamps() are :naive_datetime by default
11:41 <ericmj> where does it show as UTC?
11:44 <ciawal> https://gist.github.com/ciaran/d612b3e389c990ecd899528fc6fca5fd
11:46 <ericmj> ciawal: what elixir type is your inserted_at?
11:46 <ericmj> if you look at the __struct__ field
11:48 <ciawal> urgh
11:48 <ciawal> iex(19)> Clip.__schema__(:types).inserted_at
11:48 <ciawal> Timex.Ecto.DateTime
11:48 <ciawal> I guess that explains it
11:48 <ericmj> looks like timex assumes your datetimes are in UTC
11:49 <ericmj> which it sounds like could be the wrong assumption sometimes
11:50 <ciawal> yeah, odd
11:50 <ciawal> well at least I know what’s happening now
11:50 <ciawal> I’ll just change my made_live_at_field to have timezone attached
11:50 <ciawal> thanks ericmj
11:50 <ericmj> keep in mind that postgres does not store timezones in timestamps
11:51 <steffkes> just curious, in which scenario are you trying to store timezones attached to a time at all?
11:53 <ciawal> what would you propose otherwise?
11:53 <ciawal> I’ll be serving this value in a public API so it needs to have timezone information attached
11:54 <ciawal> and assuming UTC seems like it could get messy
11:54 <ericmj> if you actually need to store timezones you need to use something like calecto
11:54 <ericmj> neither timex nor ecto supports this out of the box
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11:55 <ciawal> hm
11:56 <ciawal> I’m already working exclusively in UTC so maybe I just add utc timezone at json serialization then…
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12:00 <steffkes> ciawal: i can't suggest anything since i don't know what you're doing ;) this is why i'm just curious
12:01 <steffkes> having a public api .. i'm always storing everything in UTC .. outputting in ISO format, in UTC as well
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12:01 <steffkes> i'm probably storing a timezone for a user (if that is applicable) and then transform the time at runtime. but i'd still store it in UTC
12:01 <ciawal> I'm storing/working only with utc
12:02 <ciawal> it's really just that I want to encode the timezone with the json output
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12:02 <steffkes> not sure what you mean?
12:02 <ciawal> since there's no timezone atm, no timezone is encoded
12:02 <micmus> that's generally what the :utc_datetime ecto type will do
12:03 <micmus> in elixir it's represented as DateTime struct with Etc/UTC timezone
12:03 <micmus> in database it's stored as a timezone-less value in UTC
12:03 <ericmj> this is also what timex is doing so you can just keep using that
12:03 <micmus> yup
12:03 <ciawal> sounds perfect
12:03 <ciawal> thanks
12:04 <ericmj> "in database it's stored as a timezone-less value in UTC" <- that's an oxymoron :)
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12:05 <micmus> ericmj: the value is in UTC (converted to UTC when writing and assumed to be in UTC when reading), but timezone information is not attached
12:05 <micmus> But yeah, it's a bit awkward to explain :(
12:06 <ericmj> it's a timestamp that your application choses to interpret as UTC
12:07 <ericmj> but yeah, i was just nitpicking ;)
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12:29 <nox> https://github.com/fenollp/er wat
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13:25 <black-bonzo> hi, I've got question about validation in Ecto,
13:25 <black-bonzo> having a following code: https://gist.github.com/anonymous/62e87289a9d8d80ede5104c481181abd
13:26 <black-bonzo> why in this case changeset is marked as valid even though I have a number instead of string in :username field?
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13:26 <ciawal> try like this:
13:26 <ciawal> Holidays.User.changeset(%Holidays.User{}, %{username: 1, name: "John"})
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13:31 <black-bonzo> @ciawal: yes, now it shows an error. Why doesn't it work in shell?
13:31 <ciawal> it works in shell if you do that
13:32 <ciawal> the difference is you're creating a struct with the data in already
13:32 <ciawal> vs creating a changeset and passing the changes in
13:32 <ciawal> only changes are validated, not the existing data
13:32 <ciawal> the changeset function takes 2 args, first is the current model, second is the map of changes
13:34 <black-bonzo> yes, now I see my error - I've mistaken parameters; though, that the 2nd parameter is the struct being validated
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13:37 <black-bonzo> @ciawal: thank you for a correction :)
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14:37 <elixir1298> I'm playing around with elixir and I built a CLI tool that consumes an external API. The API requires a token for use. What's the canonical way in elixir to store API tokens?
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15:24 <drewolson> i was rereading this thread this morning, enjoying it https://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/elixir-lang-core/_kEBXO0NRDY
15:24 <drewolson> and it lead me to the following question:
15:25 <drewolson> is the introduction of warnings for zero-arity function calls a step towards removing the dot for anonymous function invocation in a major version bump? or is there no relationship?
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15:27 <drewolson> (to be clear, i don't mind the anonymous function invocation at all, was just curious)
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15:48 <Zarathu> drewolson: please for the love of god let it be true
15:49 <drewolson> Zarathu: lol. i only ask because one the potential solutions for removing it was required parens on zero arity calls.
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15:50 <Zarathu> yep, that's exactly right. it's something that always irritated me in ruby as well. some_lambda.call() # wtf?
15:51 <Zarathu> is there a real practical benefit for allowing function calls or definitions without parentheses?
15:52 <drewolson> this is a very long discussion, i'd recommend reading that thread above
15:52 <drewolson> but, in a nutshell, no parens is pretty important for macro invocation (e.g. the "test" macro)
15:53 <Zarathu> ahh, right
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16:39 <notriddle> Is there any way to write an Ecto migration that performs non-DDL operations? Like, say, copying data from one table to another after creating one column and deleting another?
16:40 <meh`> context: Ecto and Postgrex, let's say I have a transaction that takes more than 15 seconds sometimes, how do I tell the connection pooler to not murder my process?
16:44 <ciawal> notriddle: you can run sql
16:45 <notriddle> Using [execute/1](https://hexdocs.pm/ecto/Ecto.Migration.html#execute/1), you mean?
16:46 <notriddle> That makes sense, thanks.
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16:48 <meh`> wonder if it's :timeout or :pool_timeout I want to change
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16:55 <benwilson512> bryanjos: ping
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17:07 <bryanjos> benwilson512: pong
17:08 <benwilson512> hey, I was just trying to figure out what my options were in migrations WRT geo's column types
17:08 <benwilson512> the docs are a bit sparse when it comes to migration examples
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17:09 <benwilson512> I figured out :point works, but there's a bunch of other point types in the library and it isn't clear how I would create those as the column if I wanted to
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17:13 <bryanjos> benwilson512: So I think :point might be the postgres point type. I think. Geo works on postgis types.
17:13 <benwilson512> right yeah, I guess I get confused about what functionality shows up simply because I have postgis, vs what Geo brings
17:14 <bryanjos> For geo, you can use either the ":geometry" or ":geography" types in migrations. Those are postgis types
17:14 <benwilson512> hm
17:15 <bryanjos> There is a way to give those columns an explicit type in postgres
17:15 <benwilson512> in ecto migrations?
17:15 <bryanjos> I just don't think ecto's migration dsl allows that
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17:15 <benwilson512> it looks like both postgres and postgis have a point type, awesome
17:16 <bryanjos> Like in sql you can create a column for a point with srid 4326 like "the_geom geometry(POINT,4326) )"
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17:17 <bryanjos> where the type is "geometry(POINT,4326)" and then the column would only accept points
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17:17 <bryanjos> but you can also just do "geometry" to accept all geometry types
17:18 <benwilson512> hm ok
17:18 <bryanjos> that's why "geometry" works in ecto migrations
17:18 <benwilson512> maybe with fragments then?
17:18 <bryanjos> maybe if you can define types in migrations like that
17:18 <bryanjos> I haven't tried
17:18 <bryanjos> if it does work though. That would definitely be something to add to geo
17:19 <benwilson512> cool i'll give it a shot
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17:20 <benwilson512> blah fragments do not work in the type position
17:22 <benwilson512> handled via execute
17:23 <bryanjos> Cool
17:23 <bryanjos> If there was a way to give parameters to types in migrations that would be something useful to ecto in general
17:24 <benwilson512> agreed
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17:31 <josevalim> bryanjos: we can probably generalize something like {:array, 5} or something like that?
17:32 <bryanjos> josevalim: yeah I think something like that would work
17:33 <bryanjos> So I guess for the above, it would be {:geometry, "point", 4326}
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17:34 <bryanjos> Or maybe :point instead of "point"
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17:40 <bryanjos> actually since there could be an arbitrary amount of params, maybe a 2-tuple where the second element is a list of params instead?
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17:56 <guest029384> Hello all. I have a Phoenix/Ecto related question. I think it's probably fairly simple but I'm missing some fundamental knowledge which is making it hard for me to understand the problem. I've written it out as a paste so that I don't clutter the channel: https://pastebin.com/zkh1y6Sb
17:56 <guest029384> Thanks in advance for your time
17:58 <josevalim> micmus: are you around?
17:58 <josevalim> if you do
17:59 <micmus> yeah, what's up?
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17:59 <josevalim> erl -eval "io:setopts(standardio, [{binary, true}])" is that enough to break the shell history for erlang?
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18:00 <micmus> josevalim: no, unfortunately it's not that simple
18:00 <josevalim> does it happen if you start only the elixir app?
18:00 <micmus> no, only when starting iex
18:01 <micmus> I'm pretty sure there must be some race between iex and group_history
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22:32 <NightMonkey> Hi all. I'm having fun learning Elixir!
22:32 <subetei> :)
22:33 <NightMonkey> I thought functional languages were just beyond me, because of my terrible history with academic math...
22:34 <NightMonkey> Erlang *is* still opaque to me, but elixir gives me hope. ;)
22:34 <benwilson512> NightMonkey: welcome!
22:35 <NightMonkey> I'm looking forward to a very geeky weekend with elixir and it's ecosystem. See where the limits are. :)
22:35 <NightMonkey> its
22:35 <asonge> NightMonkey: once you feel comfortable with elixir, erlang's syntax is pretty easy to pick up. erlang's semantics are almost a strict subset of elixir's.
22:36 <bryanjos> benwilson512: I figured out how to do it! `add :geom, :"geometry(POINT,4326)"`
22:36 <benwilson512> bryanjos: nice!
22:36 <benwilson512> I'm not entirely convinced that that's an intentional feature hahahaa
22:36 <bryanjos> haha
22:36 <benwilson512> josevalim: ^
22:37 <benwilson512> good to know though
22:37 <benwilson512> I do think something like `{:geometry, ["POINT", "4326"]}` might be best bt
22:37 <benwilson512> *but, I have spent zero time looking at ecto migration code
22:38 <bryanjos> yeah i just went digging in there looking for an answer and thought of that
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22:39 <NightMonkey> benwilson512: Thanks for the welcome. :D
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