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Suhas Chatekar
@schatekar
@cpx Is that not what VS does internally when you set a breakpoint?
Aaron Stannard
@Aaronontheweb
@creepone we decided on a standard set of expectations for how DI is supposed to behave in Akka.NET, since it was chaotic and unpredictable from one framework to the next
@stefansedich is publishing a list of all of the settings you should have on your containers for working with actors, but the TL;DR; of it is that we expect the container to manage the lifecycle of the objects
and to automatically dispose those objects on restart / termination
Ninject and others were not doing this before
leaking memory, essentially
Christian Palmstierna
@cpx86
@schatekar No, those breakpoints are only set when VSHost executes. My guess is that the VSHost exe injects the breakpoints at runtime using internal CLR methods.
Aaron Stannard
@Aaronontheweb
@creepone but if this is causing some unintended side effects, please file an issue!
I think @stefansedich recommended for Ninject that you bind things .InScope()
@bruinbrown > I've got the child process debugging power tools but it doesn't seem to attach the debugger on child processes. Any tips on running them as well?
there's a little trick to this that isn't very straightforward
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Aaron Stannard
@Aaronontheweb
so you want to open that menu, Debug --> Other Debug Targets --> Child Process Debugging Settings
and then configure it like this
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make sure Enable child process debugging is checked
and add NodeTestRunner.exe as an entry, also checked, with action Attach debugger
then press Save
Suhas Chatekar
@schatekar
@Aaronontheweb could you stick that to a gist or an issue? so that it is easy to refer to in future?
on a second thought, I could do that as well ;)
Aaron Stannard
@Aaronontheweb
that way we could include it in the official documentation
@GraemeBradbury I'm probably going to end up incorporating #1261 into a larger PR that matches the multi-node test runner itself
going to take some work, but basically I need to get throttling to work
Graeme Bradbury
@GraemeBradbury
@Aaronontheweb cool, if there is anything i can help with that just holler.
Aaron Stannard
@Aaronontheweb
will do! I think I'm close to tracking the issue down
turns out there's a meta-spec for exactly this
Suhas Chatekar
@schatekar
@Aaronontheweb raised #111 for documentation issue
that is on this repo - akkadotnet/getakka.net#111
@Aaronontheweb could you assign that to me?
Anthony Brown
@bruinbrown
@Aaronontheweb that's exactly what I've got, I'm going to try removing the extension and reinstalling it
Aaron Stannard
@Aaronontheweb
@schatekar done
the biggest thing we could do to improve usability with the multi-node test runner is this: akkadotnet/akka.net#1196
Aaron Stannard
@Aaronontheweb
for #1196, we already emit a .JSON file to disk that's just a serialized version of this object https://github.com/akkadotnet/akka.net/blob/dev/src/core/Akka.MultiNodeTestRunner.Shared/Reporting/TestRunTree.cs
I'm running a multi-node test locally right now so I can add one of the output files to the issue :p
but what we'd want to do is change it such that instead of outputting just the JSON file
actually output a static webpage that renders that data into concurrent timelines for each test / node
so we can sort out what's happening, individually, across each node
that'd make it a lot easier to figure out what's going on, right?
Graeme Bradbury
@GraemeBradbury
I had a quick look at that. Found http://visjs.org/examples/timeline/groups/groups.html so would just be a case of creating the data as visjs data structure and then spitting out into a html file.
Aaron Stannard
@Aaronontheweb
@GraemeBradbury looks like a great fit!
can we make an adapter for TestRunTree that will render it into a VisJS structure?
btw... love that I can use the scrollwheel for that :p
Graeme Bradbury
@GraemeBradbury
don't see why not. It's just a different json data strcuture
Aaron Stannard
@Aaronontheweb
cool, would you mind adding that suggestion about VisJS to the issue comments?
and would one of you brave souls like to claim that issue? :p
Suhas Chatekar
@schatekar
would d3.js be better in this situation?
Graeme Bradbury
@GraemeBradbury
I'm on holiday next week so i'll have a look after that if no one else does it before then :-)
@schatekar I've not used either before so don't know which is best. visjs has an example that's almost exactly what we want.
ok, i'm off home to download Shadowrun:HK so I may be on during the hols but otherwise have fun everyone.