that is correct, only the host uses the IDE, the rest join via browser.
Got it, thanks!
Hello. I also have the connection issue: "CodeTogether was not able to connect to the server. Please check your network connection or get help by going to Help > CodeTogether > Chat on Gitter..."
I'm not using Firewall / Proxy.
Hello, getting the connection issue saying "We are having issues trying to connect to wss://s23a.edge.codetogether.com:443/remote/host. Unexpected server response: 502". Please resolve it, it's a bit urgent.
hello Prajawal, were you able to successfully connect before?
Apologies to those of you who experienced issues getting a session started today, we had an issue with one of our servers, which has now been resolved. We've taken the opportunity to put additional monitoring and repair actions in place, so dection and recovery from such situations will be faster in the future. If you continue to experience connection issues, do let us know. Thanks!
Hi, I have used CodeTogether a few times and noticed that there is no capabilities for the browser-based participant to compile their code. Is this correct?
CodeTogether 2.1 Released
In case you missed it, we released 2.1 yesterday - has some new langauges supported, you can hide files and folders from your participants, and we fixed an important Coding Alone bug that affected IntelliJ hosts. Read more in our blog
Dear Codetogether Team: many thanks for your brilliant work !
Hi everyone, are there any larger communities here on gitter?
@xAirx for CodeTogether, no larger communities on Gitter - this is our official community
@astridsawatzky_gitlab thank you so much for your kind words and support!
@xAirx but if you stick around we are already 2 to stick around (in addition to the lovely staff)
Hey all, any plans to support open source editors like Emacs or Vim? (Ideally Emacs first 😃)
hey Aaron, not in the near future, I'm afraid - thanks for checking. We are going to be adding Vim / Emacs keybindings to CodeTogether, if that helps! (yeah, I prefer Emacs to Vim too!)
@aaronjensen I j ust had a looka t your feature request on github. If you have VS Code developers in the session too, you could have them host the session with CodeTogether, you could join from the browser. right now, we don't support IDE to IDE development, so one line user in the session (the host) would be using an IDE anyway.
Ah, I misunderstood what the product was then.
In that case, please disregard my suggestion. I was hoping for a liveshare replacement.
no problem, thank you for updating the request.
Hey I need a help
How do I apply
I am using eclipse
I can't get the changes from a pair in a sharing session to be visible. We both use PyCharm IDE. They see my changes in the PyCharm IDE, I see their cursor movement in the browser, but when they make any changes to code in the browser I don't see it. We are both signed in to CodeTogether. I hosted the session and I see his name as the person I'm sharing with. Am I misunderstanding the way things are supposed to work?
how can the non-host perform terminal-based operations?
I realize this use case is not really what code together is about, but I am wondering. Is there any way to set things up so that only the host (with the IDE) can edit and the partners just watch what happens? (I am thinking of an educational context here.)
hey @jerager - not currently, but it's on our roadmap: Genuitec/CodeTogether#158 do vote for the issue and add any additional comments you may have.
I want to find a friend
is there a way to join a codetogether session on intellij?
like not web ide
@devomaa not currently, but it's something we're working on.
Hello, I suppose that there's no way to allow other people to run the code, right?
@mvolfik not yet, but this is definitely something we have planned.
hello dear people, Context : Bob, Jack and I codetogether. Bob is host on eclipse. I join by firefox. how can I take the lead, so that the other 2 follow me?