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Jan 2016
Ian Stewart-Binks
@Ian-Stewart-Binks
Jan 21 2016 04:19
@Anirudh94 Agreed, I've been using nodemon for a while now. You can also use it for any server out there, be it python, haskell, anything. Nodejs is super lightweight, so it just restarts the process.
Ian Stewart-Binks
@Ian-Stewart-Binks
Jan 21 2016 16:08
@Anirudh94 Grunt and Gulp are pretty cool too. With Grunt/Gulp watch you can watch a directory and fire off a shell command if anything in that directory changes. For example, if you're developing local code and need to rsync it up (or scp or whatever) you can just make a grunt task that does that automatically.
@Anirudh94 It looks like OpenShift wasn't updated with the most recent changes. The React branch worked for me - does it work for you?
Ian Stewart-Binks
@Ian-Stewart-Binks
Jan 21 2016 16:38
Figured it out
Anirudh Mukundan
@Anirudh94
Jan 21 2016 17:04
@Ian-Stewart-Binks figured out how to update with openshift?
Ian Stewart-Binks
@Ian-Stewart-Binks
Jan 21 2016 21:00
@Anirudh94 Can you add your name to the authors attribute in the package.json file?
Emmett Underhill
@emmettu
Jan 21 2016 21:07
hm it might not be worth parsing this sight tbh
Ian Stewart-Binks
@Ian-Stewart-Binks
Jan 21 2016 21:07
@emmettu Yeah. It's pretty bad.
Emmett Underhill
@emmettu
Jan 21 2016 21:07
I see what you mean
BUT
violations such as cursing, etc. may be called by the official assigned to
judge the match as soon as he and both teams are present at the table.
shit.
Ian Stewart-Binks
@Ian-Stewart-Binks
Jan 21 2016 21:14
Good thing we're keeping that rule.