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    Adrian Rossouw
    @AdrianRossouw
    yeah. if you make the PR , i will commit it
    so fscking werird
    Rocky Assad
    @CodisRedding
    i did
    yesterday
    Adrian Rossouw
    @AdrianRossouw
    there’s 2 competing patches
    i think i will accept the other one, if that’s ok
    Rocky Assad
    @CodisRedding
    ah, no worries to me
    Adrian Rossouw
    @AdrianRossouw
    (only uses 0.0.1)
    Rocky Assad
    @CodisRedding
    sure
    the code in simple-grep wasn’t that great, might want to review 1.0.0
    also if you go with 1.0.0 it could possibly go away again considering the github repo is gone for it too (out of nowhere)
    I wish there was an automatic deprecation warning when packages/versions are removed, before being del'd
    in npm that is
    Adrian Rossouw
    @AdrianRossouw
    @channel 0.6.1 is released, should be installable again
    ciao all .and thanks
    Rocky Assad
    @CodisRedding
    sweet
    Timo Weiß
    @timoweiss
    thanks!
    Rocky Assad
    @CodisRedding
    hmm, seems that ordinal@1.0.0 is missing as well now?
    I’ll check
    Rocky Assad
    @CodisRedding
    actually no, it’s fine. I killed my fork cloned again, but I see ordinal 0.0.4 now instead of 1.0.0, so odd. anyway, all seems well
    Dean McDonnell
    @mcdonnelldean
    Yaaaaaaaaaaaa! 💅
    Adrian Rossouw
    @AdrianRossouw
    is that a pokemon emoji ?
    Rocky Assad
    @CodisRedding
    ha, pretty sure that’s a hand getting polished
    Dean McDonnell
    @mcdonnelldean
    Its my all in a days work emoji
    Rocky Assad
    @CodisRedding
    updtr is a neat little tool for updating outdated npm modules https://github.com/peerigon/updtr
    Dean McDonnell
    @mcdonnelldean
    An interesting repercussion of this was having to modify the nodezoo app to allow single running outside mesh so I could keep testing in isolation. Alls well that ends well
    Adrian Rossouw
    @AdrianRossouw
    i wonder what the likelihood of 2 dependencies being unpublished like that
    Rocky Assad
    @CodisRedding
    about npm packages
    Dean McDonnell
    @mcdonnelldean
    @fourq pretty much how I view it
    Rocky Assad
    @CodisRedding
    :thumbsup:
    Peter Elger
    @pelger
    @fourq - nailed it!
    Gege Pincin
    @Georgette
    Does fuge manage dependencies?
    Adrian Rossouw
    @AdrianRossouw
    not directly, but there is a fuge build command
    which will run the configured command for each service
    usually this is npm install
    but it can be anything
    Adrian Rossouw
    @AdrianRossouw
    I just released Fuge 0.6.2 to resolve #74
    Rocky Assad
    @CodisRedding
    \o/
    Timo Weiß
    @timoweiss
    hey, what is the the difference between process and node?
    Dean McDonnell
    @mcdonnelldean
    In what context?
    Timo Weiß
    @timoweiss
    ah sry :D if you start the fuge shell, you get a table with the processes. for each process you have: name, type, status, watch, tail and count. and I mean the type:)
    I think the type can be process, node or docker. if I start a process it changes to type node. But when I stop it, it doesn't change back to type process
    see here: apparatus/fuge#75
    Dean McDonnell
    @mcdonnelldean
    Odd!
    They mean the same I think
    Timo Weiß
    @timoweiss
    if I set container.type back to process, I'm able to "start -> stop -> start" the services.
    right here: https://github.com/apparatus/fuge-runner/blob/356e1bd53a0f6bca33b2e7e4c2339c9f9ca3db7f/lib/processRunner.js#L239
    Dean McDonnell
    @mcdonnelldean
    Odd, yeah I’d like to get @AdrianRossouw to put eyes over that, I would assume only two types, docker or not
    But I’m guessing :D
    Adrian Rossouw
    @AdrianRossouw
    so the types were docker and process