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Ghost
@ghost~5803db5dd73408ce4f2eac56
The second error is because you are using a later version of the colonyJS packages.
Did you update the colonyJS packages in the process of installing the react starter? I though I set specific version but maybe not.
I am working on updating the starters to the latest versions today. I'll take a look and try to reproduce the first error but it might be resolved by changing the colonyJS package versions that are 1.11.0 to 1.10.0.
Hang tight and thanks for letting us know!
Mehran Hydary
@mehranhydary
Oooh thank you!
Mehran Hydary
@mehranhydary
The first error doesn’t occur anymore
I guess it needed the seeding to occur
Thanks Ryan
Ghost
@ghost~5803db5dd73408ce4f2eac56
Great! Yea, the starters are not quite up-to-date with 1.11.0 but should be by the end of the day. Plus several other improvements. Let me know if you have any other questions.
Mehran Hydary
@mehranhydary
Okay - so I’ve been able to create a token / created a colony for that token and then created some funded tasks...
how can I ‘take a task’ or somethng like that
Ghost
@ghost~5803db5dd73408ce4f2eac56
Wahoo!
Mehran Hydary
@mehranhydary
do i need to build my own front end and tap into the colony APIs?
Ghost
@ghost~5803db5dd73408ce4f2eac56
You can assign a task to a worker, whether that worker is your address or another address is up to you.
Mehran Hydary
@mehranhydary
ooh okay
cool
This is cool
Ghost
@ghost~5803db5dd73408ce4f2eac56
I would recommend diving into the colonyJS docs though to get a better understanding of Colony and what you can do with colonyJS.
Mehran Hydary
@mehranhydary
Will do
Ghost
@ghost~5803db5dd73408ce4f2eac56
Glad you like it! Let me know if you have any other questions.
Mehran Hydary
@mehranhydary
Thanks again!
Ghost
@ghost~5803db5dd73408ce4f2eac56
No problem.
Joera Mulders
@Joera
Hi, i am trying out the starter. connectNetwork and createToken work, but then createColony will not return an ID, nor address. How do i debug this? Is this a familiar case?
Ghost
@ghost~5803db5dd73408ce4f2eac56
@Joera Hey! The createColony method returns the colony id and address in the event data.
It should look something like this:
  const {
    eventData: { colonyAddress, colonyId }
  } = await networkClient.createColony.send({ tokenAddress });
Joera Mulders
@Joera
yes, but ....

account[0] createToken:

Token Address: 0x5CC4a96B08e8C88f2c6FC5772496FeD9666e4D1F

account[0] createColony:

Colony Address: undefined
Colony ID: undefined

Ghost
@ghost~5803db5dd73408ce4f2eac56
Interesting. You are using the colony-starter-basic package, correct? And no error are logged?
Let me try a fresh install and attempt to reproduce.
Joera Mulders
@Joera
yes, version from yesterday
Ghost
@ghost~5803db5dd73408ce4f2eac56
ok, hang tight
Joera Mulders
@Joera
the only difference between my 'setup' and the docs is that i have the colonyNetwork folder 'next' to the starter folder instead of in the starter/lib folder. Had to change a few paths ..but that shouldnt matter here right?
Ghost
@ghost~5803db5dd73408ce4f2eac56
Correct, it should not matter where colonyNetwork lives as long as you can spin up a test network with it.
I’m hitting an error running a fresh version of colony-starter-basic.
I’m in the middle of updating the packages and I think I resolved the issue in the version pending publication.
Hang tight and I’ll try to wrap up my changes and publish a new version.
Joera Mulders
@Joera
Take your time. i may continue only this evening. Paid work during day time ;)
Ghost
@ghost~5803db5dd73408ce4f2eac56
Ok, thank you for pointing this out! Much appreciated.
Joera Mulders
@Joera
your welcome .. i hope to make good use your work!
Ghost
@ghost~5803db5dd73408ce4f2eac56

@Joera When you get a chance, I published a new version of the colony-starter package and the colony-starter-basic package. The instructions have changed a bit in preparation to support more commands in colonyStarter.

Step 1: yarn global add @colony/colony-starter

Step 2: colony build basic

Step 3: cd colony-starter-basic

Joera Mulders
@Joera
thankyou ! will do so later today
Ghost
@ghost~5803db5dd73408ce4f2eac56
No problem! Cheers!
Joera Mulders
@Joera
works like a charm!
Ghost
@ghost~5803db5dd73408ce4f2eac56
Wahoo! Glad to hear.
Let me know if you have any other questions or come across any other issues.
Joera Mulders
@Joera
Hi, i got stuck moving funds between pots. I have minted tokens successfully, but when i use similar code to make a BN amount for the moveFundsBetweenPots method, i do get a transaction returned, but with value._bn = 0 and no value is transferred between pots. Would you have an idea?
Ghost
@ghost~5803db5dd73408ce4f2eac56
Hey @Joera! Did you claimColonyFunds after minting tokens? If so, could you send over a code snippet?
pixelpunch
@pixelpunch
Hi... am trying to have a look at the Starter React example.... were able to load everything successfully.... my metamask is active too... but nothing loads on localhost:8080... browser open in localhost:3000 and I get this error "Unable to fetch resource for contract IColonyNetwork: Failed to fetch"
Ghost
@ghost~5803db5dd73408ce4f2eac56
Hi there! It sounds like you either (1) do not have metamask set to localhost:8545, (2) you have not set up colonyNetwork in your local environment (yarn start-ganache, yarn deploy-contracts, and yarn start-trufflepig), or maybe both (1) and (2).
Ghost
@ghost~5803db5dd73408ce4f2eac56
I just tested a fresh build and I was unable to reproduce the error. Let me know once you have double checked that metamask is set to localhost:8545 and you have colonyNetwork set up in your local environment (ganache is running, the colonyNetwork contracts have been deployed, and you have trufflepig running). You might have encountered an error during one of these steps. Let me know if that is the case and I can help debug the issue.