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it seems that travis missed that PR: akka/akka#29856 Is there any way to trigger it?
Big shout-out to @johanandren for his patience and back-and-forth communication on the PR akka/akka#29853 :bow:
hi i do not know if is the correct location to ask the question regarding akka/akka#19009 in pubsub if there is not a topic why we do not send back to a result to the actor that send the msg to notify the actor that there is not a topic?
is there any reason akka platform docs is using asciidoc?
I'm getting ready to release Akka HTTP 10.2.2
Renato Cavalcanti > <@gitter_hepin1989:matrix.org> is there any reason akka platform docs is using asciidoc?
the platform docs are published in Lightbend's TechHub and there we use asciidoc (or at least we have been doing so for the new stuff)
wow, was trying to use Gitter from inside Elements, but was not expecting that my response will show here as matrixbot thing
No, it is about relational databases, so RDBMS had been more correct.
hey! what's the current recommended process for importing alpakka-kafka into intellj? Tried a bunch of different things, best i can get still shows some compile errors on intra-project dependencies, though sbt/intelli shows a successful build
@jyates: Hi! I think most of us use intellij as an editor, and do compiling/testing from sbt.
that said, opening the project and running e.g. ConnectionCheckerSpec does seem to work for me
jdk11, 2020.3 community edition, scala plugin version 2020.3.17, on linux... not sure what else could be relevant
hmm, im using jdk8_241 2020.1 ultimate with scala plugin 2020.1.41 on OSX. I can try updating scala plugin, jdk... Wondering if there is something special when importing the project. Happy to edit and then compile separate, its just terribly annoying to not have proper referencing and such in IDE (makes much less sense to use over smtg like vim then)
Hi! I'd like to play around mapping Project Loom's fiber to Akka actors. Any clue on where to look at in the Akka source code? I suppose you maybe already started looking at it?
@nicobao we have had some internal discussions but while there can likely be benefits I don’t think we are clear on exactly how/where any specific changes to Akka would make sense yet.
That makes sense, Project Loom is not released yet. Btw, do we have some tools for monitoring the processes, like with Erlang's :observer or visualixir ? Is it something that the JVM makes possible to do at the moment? (Introspect live systems) If not, is project loom working towards that direction?
As far as I know Loom has the ambition to make things currently possible with regular threads on the JVM more or less possible with the fibers, but to dig into that I’d recommend digging into the Loom wiki/docs etc rather than asking here ;)
Thanks for your time Johan!
Something off with travis, or something I have missed? I have a PR that passed validation 12-15 minutes ago, but two recent external PRs has been waiting for progress update from travis for a long while.
@nicobao I think the best thing is we can do blocking thing inside an actor and yield the actor without blocking the carring thread.
@eyalfa: hmm it seems your account may have been flagged by travis. this might sound crazy, but could you try logging into https://travis-ci.com/ with your github account? if I understand correctly that might lift such a flag. if not we'll contact travis about it :/
@raboof:matrix.org , trying
Sent a mail to travis support asking them if they can un-block somehow