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    Liam Barry
    @worksofliam
    For now, the focus is markdown just because I need some internal docs
    Aaron Bartell
    @aaronbartell
    Thumbs up on markdown.
    Liam Barry
    @worksofliam
    Great :)
    phpdave
    @phpdave
    @aaronbartell I forgot to mention CMDER http://cmder.net/ @jbh I think told me about that awhile back and i use it
    Liam Barry
    @worksofliam
    oh it's SO pretty
    phpdave
    @phpdave
    Portable console emulator for Windows
    Cmder is a software package created out of pure frustration over the absence of nice console emulators on Windows. It is based on amazing software, and spiced up with the Monokai color scheme and a custom prompt layout, looking sexy from the start.
    opinions?
    Aaron Bartell
    @aaronbartell
    @phpdave Dang, that is sharp looking. I like me some Monokai theme (what I used in SublimeText3). [Aaron goes to see if VSCode has Monokai] I've added it to the wiki.
    Josh Hall
    @jbh
    +1 for cmder. The best emulator I've ever found. I enjoy that it comes with basically anything you need out of the box.
    @aaronbartell how are you liking VSCode?
    Aaron Bartell
    @aaronbartell
    @jbh I like VSCode a lot. There are a few things I miss from SublimeText. For example, SublimeText would let me close the app with unsaved changes and then when I reopened it would have the editor in the same state. This is very useful for me because I usually have tabs open with things I've pasted and I don't really want to save it, I just want to keep it as a clip board. SSHFS + VSCode has been working great. I created a script that I run in the morning to connect to all of my drives and I am up and running in seconds. The one thing that doesn't work so well with SSHFS is anything in Git past git diff. For example, git commit seems to take forever. I am guessing that's because Git isn't expecting to be running across a network connection.
    At the end of the day I think VSCode and SublimeText are both quite good, I just see much more of a future with VSCode so I think that's reason enough for everyone to jump horse.
    Jesse Gorzinski, MBA
    @IBMJesseG_twitter
    I like VSCode also, but I run Windows and can't get SSHFS to work. When Netserver isn't working well, I downgrade to WinSCP and Notepad++ or sometimes Eclipse with Remote System Explorer.
    Aaron Bartell
    @aaronbartell
    @IBMJesseG_twitter What problem did you run into getting SSHFS on Windows to work?
    Jesse Gorzinski, MBA
    @IBMJesseG_twitter
    "Drive
    could not connect: server string null or empty"
    GarrisonPD
    @GarrisonPD
    @aaronbartell Finally got around to installing Windows 10 Git Bash and have been searching for instructions on how to connect to IBM i and so far have not found any. Do you have any recommendations?
    The latter is a bit more simplified and only about SSH on the IBM i.
    Aaron Bartell
    @aaronbartell
    @IBMJesseG_twitter Could you post a sanitized version of your SSHFS connection string?

    Here's what I have in my shell script file that I run in the morning:

    basedir="/Users/aaronbartell/"
    sshfsname="remote_home_git_app1"
    remotedir="/home/aaron/git/app1"
    mkdir $basedir$sshfsname
    umount -f $basedir$sshfsname
    sshfs -o volname=$sshfsname -o allow_other,defer_permissions,IdentityFile=~/.ssh/id_rsa aaron@[ibmi_ip_address]:$remotedir $basedir$sshfsname

    Replace [ibmi_ip_address] with your IBM i IP address, and then obviously replace the other values to match your paths.

    Jesse Gorzinski, MBA
    @IBMJesseG_twitter
    All I have is GUI windows. Lamesauce. win-sshfs.googlecode.com
    Aaron Bartell
    @aaronbartell

    @aaronbartell Finally got around to installing Windows 10 Git Bash and have been searching for instructions on how to connect to IBM i and so far have not found any. Do you have any recommendations?

    @jbh Open the git-bash terminal and type: ssh ibmiprofile@ibmi_ip_address

    Oh, also make sure SSH is running: STRTCPSVR *SSHD
    @IBMJesseG_twitter Bummer. I haven't used that so I am not of much help.
    Josh Hall
    @jbh
    @aaronbartell I believe you mean @GarrisonPD ;P And yes, good point, make sure SSHD is running.
    Aaron Bartell
    @aaronbartell
    @jbh In the words of Homer Simpson "Doh!"
    ThePrez
    @ThePrez
    @IBMJesseG_twitter is now @ThePrez
    Alan Seiden
    @alanseiden
    You’ve got it, @ThePrez !
    Bill Gravelle
    @starbg

    New Crowdcast - #IBMiOSS Panel Discussion on the OSSILE repo - this Friday, 9Dec2016 at 8am Pacific (4pm GMT)

    Here's a better description from one of our members, John Yeung

    Liam Barry
    @worksofliam
    @starbg We do actually have some open-source ILE C - can you let John know?
    Bill Gravelle
    @starbg
    Sure, but you can too - he's on Ryver as @jky ... is it already out there on the OSSILE repo?
    Liam Barry
    @worksofliam
    It's not in the repo though.
    Bill Gravelle
    @starbg
    can we get a PR in before the event (showing the power of community efforts)?
    Liam Barry
    @worksofliam
    I will see if I can contribute some C actually.
    Bill Gravelle
    @starbg
    OK - that would be great ... maybe I could contributing by updating the ReadMe.md?
    Liam Barry
    @worksofliam
    Okay. When I have made the PR for it I will let you know
    :smile:
    Liam Barry
    @worksofliam
    @starbg I'm about to make a PR for a SHA256 re implementation in ILE C.
    Serious question everyone... tabs or spaces?
    ThePrez
    @ThePrez
    That cannot be a serious question. Nobody likes tabs
    Liam Barry
    @worksofliam
    Well there's only one correct answer ;~)
    ThePrez
    @ThePrez
    Liam, will your PR be a usable service program?
    Liam Barry
    @worksofliam
    It will be a module
    Liam Barry
    @worksofliam
    Spaces for da win
    Kevin Adler
    @kadler
    They didn't get a consensus on how many spaces, though.