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seiffhany
@seiffhany
PS: I also have nothing in my cart unlike mentioned in the mail that was sent to me can anyone help please? :(
24 replies
seiffhany
@seiffhany
received yes
how do i activate it in eclipse?
yes
CaseyBaileyPDX
@CaseyBaileyPDX
Hi I'm evaluating CodeTogether for use in teaching a full stack course, it seems to be the only product that actually supports everything I want, but I can't even manage to get VS Code plugin to join a room
is there somewhere i can see logs or something?
it just silently does nothing when i click join, i get the approval box in the host IDE, click approve, then nothing else happens
1 reply
Kasi
@legitkasi_twitter
I would love to use CodeTogether with Intellij. However, after clicking on "Host New Session", the next screen shows "Connecting to CodeTogether..." and seems to hang (no changes for multiple minutes). Also, in the idea.log no error message is shown. I am behind an HTTP proxy and I have configured that proxy in the Intellij IDE (and a connection test was successful). Could you provide some help?
3 replies
Tony Truong
@tonytrg

Hello @brianvfernandes after we finished the company wide test phase we gathered some feedback:
I would create github issues from those remarks, however I wanted to confirm with you beforehand, which one are actionable on your side.

Best regards, Tony

Testing (Intellij, Kotlin):

Session is project scoped:

  • Feature/Session is only scoped to project, people often have multiple projects open

Not all panels are visible:

  • (i.e terminal / run / debug panels)

Dependencies (Intellij, Kotlin):

  • Navigation through files and dependencies that are not part of the project

  • Especially third-party libraries often cannot be navigated into, has to be done manually by the host

Autocompletion and highlighting:

  • Does not consistently work for every project, especially in big projects with spring boot

Shortcuts:

  • Shortcuts dont work reliably (i.e. run debug, detect duplicate lines...)
31 replies
wenjuinchuah
@wenjuinchuah
Hi is codetogether able to share JFrame with teams? or possible to run on their side through codetogether
3 replies
eric88
@eric88
Hi, I'm evaluating CodeTogether for some use cases but am running into the same issue as a couple people above with test results/output only being visible to the host and not to the guests. If it matters, this is on a Java Spring Boot project, and I tried with tests written in both Java and Groovy. Are there any fixes/workarounds for this issue?
1 reply
阿崔cxr
@cuixiaorui
hi, i want to share terminals that can write
but i don't how to set terminals
2 replies
in vscode env
muhammadfariscom
@muhammadfariscom
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17 replies
hello there. I just subscribed to CodeTogether but it can't detect my subscription.
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alllya
@alllya:matrix.org
[m]
Hello, I want to ask let's say I'm off my eclipse (I'm host). How can my team still code?
1 reply
Astrid Sawatzky
@astridsawatzky_gitlab
Good morning,
I started a new job and my company does not use codetogether for colaboration. (shreek)
1) I want to show the benefits of using it to my my colleagues.
Am I allowed to do so with the free version?
2) If they like it, which I'd bet on, is the company mandated to upgrade to a paid version?
(I'll push them in that direction, but I have been asked to ask it)
17 replies
Marcin Kubica
@marcinkubica
Hello Team.
I have been deploying codetogether onprem on k8s for SAP.SE team. I have noticed we can't use more than one replica as it causing SSO errors (Cannot GET /sso/<token>) and without SSO it's throwing "token expired"
I'd also like to ask on client downloads - it seems each app redeployment is invalidating the authorization - even if the app version isn't changing - this requires users do download the plugin again (other things like teams for example, seem to persist).
Cheers.
Marcin
21 replies
Astrid Sawatzky
@astridsawatzky_gitlab
Good morning,
My colleague has problems starting a session as host from within eclipse. Are there special ports to be opened behind a firewall or n windows itself ?
Other possibility: Are there known incompatibilities with other plugins like SonarLint for example?
15 replies
Arsalan Khan
@asalan316

Hi Team,

We have been using the onpremise version of codetogether. We noticed that the participant cannot take advantage of the automatic refactoring offered by IntelliJ Ultimate. Infact, Participants do no see options for refactoring. However, the host can do the refactoring and see the refactoring options. Do we have to install some plugins and any additional stuff ?
Thanks

Regards,
Arsalan

6 replies
Astrid Sawatzky
@astridsawatzky_gitlab
Is it correct that, when I own a team licence and host a session, the rest of my teammembers do not need to have a licence as they will join as 'guests'?
7 replies
AntoniousFrancis
@AntoniousBusiness
hi
Brian Fernandes
@brianvfernandes
hello Antonious
AntoniousFrancis
@AntoniousBusiness
Hello Brian!
How are you?
Brian Fernandes
@brianvfernandes
just fine - thank you :) how can I help?
AntoniousFrancis
@AntoniousBusiness
I'm new here I just want a brief introduction to this group, and what can we do here
By the way I'm a FullStack Web Developer
I'm also new to CodeTogether, I came from Eclipse.
Brian Fernandes
@brianvfernandes
nice to meet you Antonious - this is a group where we can provide assistance if you have issues using CodeTogether in any IDE (or with installation issues for on-premises installs). If you're unable to get a session started or not cannot get a feature to work, we can certainly help you get going.
AntoniousFrancis
@AntoniousBusiness
That's great, thank you for help!
hindrik
@hindrik40
Code togheter doesn't start on Ubuntu 22.04?
Can I use it on two computers?
2 replies
Tom-Nook-The-Great
@Tom-Nook-The-Great
What is this for?
I just want to be in a community project.
1 reply
moss gu
@mossgu-mywave

Hola amigos.
Today I encountered some issues with codeTogether on Intellij, on latest Macbook Pro.
My friend started the session and I joined.
issues:

  1. when I modify code on my side, my friend cannot see my changes.
  2. I can see the run button on the left side of the IDE in the class level, but cannot see it for each unit test
  3. When I run unit tests for the class, I cannnot see the log/result on my client.

Do you need my email or id to identify the issue? Thanks.

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DEN PITERSKOV LYNCH
@Denthegodking
can someone help me annotate my code?

Import the random module

from random import *

'''
The program should pick an entry at random from all glossary entries.
The function show_flashcard() randomly chooses a key or value from the glossary dictionary and prints it.
Next the program will display the definition of the entry from the glossary, if the key was displayed first;
Or the corresponding entry, if the definition was displayed first.
'''

Function to show the flashcard

def show_flashcard():
"""
The show_flashcard function prints a random key from the glossary dictionary.
If the key starts with 'd', it will print the corresponding word entry for that definition.
Otherwise, it will just print out the definition of that word.

:return: The random key from the glossary list
:doc-author: Trelent
"""
# Get a random key from the glossary list
random_key = choice(list(glossary) + list(glossary.values()))
# print the key from the dictionary
print(random_key)  # print the key from the dictionary
if random_key.startswith("d"):
    input('Press return to show the corresponding word entry for the definition')
    index = list(glossary.values()).index(random_key)  # index of the word definition
    print(list(glossary)[index])  # prints  the word definition list    for the definition index
else:  # prints  the word definition  
    input('Press return to see the definition')
    # Print the definition of the word
    print(glossary[random_key])

Set up the glossary ( dictionary name = {keys:values} )

glossary = {'word1': 'definition1',
'word2': 'definition2',
'word3': 'definition3'}

The interactive loop

exit = False
while not exit:
user_input = input('Enter s to show a flashcard and q to quit: ')
if user_input == 'q':
exit = True
elif user_input == 's':
show_flashcard()
else:
print('You need to enter either q or s.')

Import the random module

from random import *

'''
The program should pick an entry at random from all glossary entries.
The function show_flashcard() randomly chooses a key or value from the glossary dictionary and prints it.
Next the program will display the definition of the entry from the glossary, if the key was displayed first;
Or the corresponding entry, if the definition was displayed first.
'''

Function to show the flashcard

def show_flashcard():

# Get a random key from the glossary list
random_key = choice(list(glossary) + list(glossary.values()))
# print the key from the dictionary
print(random_key)  # print the key from the dictionary
if random_key.startswith("d"):
    input('Press return to show the corresponding word entry for the definition')
    index = list(glossary.values()).index(random_key)  # index of the word definition
    print(list(glossary)[index])  # prints  the word definition list    for the definition index
else:  # prints  the word definition  
    input('Press return to see the definition')
    # Print the definition of the word
    print(glossary[random_key])

Set up the glossary ( dictionary name = {keys:values} )

glossary = {'word1': 'definition1',
'word2': 'definition2',
'word3': 'definition3'}

The interactive loop

exit = False
while not exit:
user_input = input('Enter s to show a flashcard and q to quit: ')
if user_input == 'q':
exit = True
elif user_input == 's':
show_flashcard()
else:
print('You need to enter either q or s.')

duri park
@twooopark
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Chagai ( backup account )
@chagai95:matrix.org
[m]
Hey I'm trying to understand if it's possible to share a few files at the same time - actually a whole repo, I couldn't find anything by googling this, any of you know if it's possible?
1 reply
I'm on Android Studio
maybe select a folder to share or something like that?
Chagai ( backup account )
@chagai95:matrix.org
[m]
Ah okay, thx! I think the workspace was broken that was probably the issue...
Astrid Sawatzky
@astridsawatzky_gitlab

Good day everyone.
Earlier this year I was investigating on the license model, and if the free version could be used in a commercial setting.
@brianvfernandes confirmed it is legal to do so.
As I am situated in Germany and the company I work for is too, I would need some document, beyond the webpage to present to my bosses that confirms this.

Additional questions arose:
1) In the free version is there any possibility for s.o. not in the session to track who used the tool with whom and/or for how long? I am aware that you track ip and session duration for licence mintoring. Our Union representatives just want to make sure that our supiriours cannot track it if they are not invited.
Does this also apply to the teams version.
I would if possible like to have this in written too.

2) Is it possible to use codetogether when only the webports are open. I assume it isn't, but I was asked to ask. :)

PS: I will continue to urge to get more and more team licenses and/or on premise.
feel free to DM me if you need my private email or mor e personal information.

Many thanks in advance.

4 replies
Michael Rice
@mr-ice

Hello Everyone,

I just started using CodeTogether in vscode. I got it working, but not in the most prevalent case for me. I typically use vscode on windows connected to linux to develop using the Remote-SSH plugin.

When I try to host a session using CodeTogether in one of these sessions, it originally did show me some plugins that it needed on the remote side, so I clicked 'install' on all of them.

However, after that it is not creating a CodeTogether session. It gets to 'host new session' -> 'start' and right now, nothing happens. When I put this code locally I can start the session and join it from a browser on another machine.

Is there some kind of incompatibility with Remote-SSH? How would you suggest I overcome this? Thanks.

9 replies
Daniel Corvesor
@DanCorvesor
Hi, I am using the latest free version of codetogether (installed via the zip file) with the latest version of Pycharm Professional 2022.3 and when I try and join/create a session, it just hangs and nothing happens. Previously on older versions of Pycharm, it worked well for me.
60 replies