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Jack Laxson
@jrabbit
well I could refactor that into a seperate image that depends on web
Mason D.
@r4v5
please, this is what i do to relax and get away from k8s :)
Fritz Davenport
@fritzdavenport
k8s is bae....8s...
Jack Laxson
@jrabbit
I like my smol compose stacks and such :O
Fritz Davenport
@fritzdavenport
Sometimes I just like to boot EC2s and just apt-get install things to feel something again
Jack Laxson
@jrabbit
anywho if you havethe default setups the perms get kinda fucky
ah great got it to work :)
redshiftzero
@redshiftzero
hey mind if I rebase #566 @McEileen ? [asking in case you are already doing this]
McEileen
@McEileen
@redshiftzero go for it! I just went "OOF" out loud after looking at the git history
redshiftzero
@redshiftzero
ha no worries
Fritz Davenport
@fritzdavenport
can anyone save me from myself? I am trying to get off my work git creds. my --global git creds are set up correctly
Jack Laxson
@jrabbit
you should be able to check whats up with git config itself maybe?
Mason D.
@r4v5
I don't quite get your question; are you asking re: github code pushes (which is ssh key based) or re: commits (which can have authorship amended by something like git commit --amend --author 'Totally Not Doing NonWork Things on Work Laptop Person <ValuableEmployee@earthlink.net>')
Fritz Davenport
@fritzdavenport
ohhhhhh @r4v5 wicked smart. Didn't think about the ssh key
Jack Laxson
@jrabbit
ya you can set your author ezpz in .git/config
Fritz Davenport
@fritzdavenport
I think that's the problem
also - can I snag push perms for https://github.com/fritzdavenport
redshiftzero
@redshiftzero
you can fork the repo and make a PR that way (by default maintainers can push to your remote, so we can collaborate that way)
Fritz Davenport
@fritzdavenport
ooooo. smart
danks :D
Fritz Davenport
@fritzdavenport
@here does flake8 currently work on master?
and by master I mean dev?
Jack Laxson
@jrabbit
it doesn't like install it locally for you no
redshiftzero
@redshiftzero
if you install the requirements in dev-requirements.txt, running flake8 should return 0
Fritz Davenport
@fritzdavenport
$ pwd 
/home/<me>/OpenOversight/OpenOversight
 $ flake8
./manage.py:30:46: E999 SyntaxError: invalid syntax
./db_backup.py:6:26: E999 SyntaxError: invalid syntax
./app/auth/utils.py:20:17: W504 line break after binary operator
./app/main/forms.py:34:6: W605 invalid escape sequence '\w'
./app/main/forms.py:38:6: W605 invalid escape sequence '\w'
./app/main/forms.py:63:6: W605 invalid escape sequence '\w'
./app/main/forms.py:68:6: W605 invalid escape sequence '\w'
./app/main/forms.py:85:6: W605 invalid escape sequence '\w'
./app/main/forms.py:95:6: W605 invalid escape sequence '\w'
./app/main/forms.py:99:6: W605 invalid escape sequence '\w'
./app/main/forms.py:152:6: W605 invalid escape sequence '\w'
./app/main/forms.py:154:6: W605 invalid escape sequence '\w'
./app/main/forms.py:156:6: W605 invalid escape sequence '\w'
./app/main/forms.py:164:6: W605 invalid escape sequence '\w'
./app/main/forms.py:166:6: W605 invalid escape sequence '\w'
./app/main/forms.py:199:6: W605 invalid escape sequence '\w'
./app/main/forms.py:202:6: W605 invalid escape sequence '\w'
./app/main/forms.py:205:6: W605 invalid escape sequence '\w'
./app/main/forms.py:216:6: W605 invalid escape sequence '\w'
./app/main/forms.py:232:6: W605 invalid escape sequence '\w'
./app/main/forms.py:285:7: W605 invalid escape sequence '\d'
./app/main/views.py:166:39: W504 line break after binary operator
./app/main/views.py:167:40: W504 line break after binary operator
sorry if I didn't rtfm
YO I DID MY FIRST OPEN SOURCE PR THO
I'M A REAL PERSON NOWWWWW
redshiftzero
@redshiftzero
lol
hmm can you run flake8 --version
Fritz Davenport
@fritzdavenport
$  flake8 --version
3.6.0 (mccabe: 0.6.1, pycodestyle: 2.4.0, pyflakes: 2.0.0) CPython 3.7.1 on Linux
redshiftzero
@redshiftzero
ah, the deviation is due to your local development environment using version 3.6.0 whereas dev-requirements.txt has version 3.5.0 pinned
are you using a virtualenv?
Fritz Davenport
@fritzdavenport
gotcha. poops. I didn't venv or anything
redshiftzero
@redshiftzero
gotcha yea
Jack Laxson
@jrabbit
pipenv wouldn't solve this but i'd like to push it anyways :^)
b/c i don't think you can get JUST the dev packages
redshiftzero
@redshiftzero
yeah pipenv wouldn't solve this
thoughts welcome on lucyparsons/OpenOversight#565
tl;dr python dependency management is a nightmare
i do love pipenv check tho
Fritz Davenport
@fritzdavenport
++ for pushing pipenv
Jack Laxson
@jrabbit
I mean it works pretty well and you can drop to requirements files easily if you need them
I use it in production even
only had minor issues
mostly due to package devs fucking up
redshiftzero
@redshiftzero
what would the advantage be?
Jack Laxson
@jrabbit
pipenv bakes in hashes
in the lockfiles and requirements (generated by pipenv lock -r)