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    Adrian Rossouw
    @AdrianRossouw
    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    updtr is a neat little tool for updating outdated npm modules https://github.com/peerigon/updtr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    i wonder what the likelihood of 2 dependencies being unpublished like that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
    i think node was added later, to enable the communication channel between them
    Rocky Assad
    @CodisRedding
    morning
    I’m pretty sure we’re going to be utilizing fuge on a wider scale come next week.
    I work at Premise Health near Nashville, TN
    Dean McDonnell
    @mcdonnelldean
    Ooooh
    Nice!
    Rocky Assad
    @CodisRedding
    yeah, i’m pretty stoked
    Dean McDonnell
    @mcdonnelldean
    We’ve been using it in NodeZoo with great success
    Rocky Assad
    @CodisRedding
    I see a lot of activity on that repo
    Dean McDonnell
    @mcdonnelldean
    :D
    Rocky Assad
    @CodisRedding
    We’ll be working with the nearform peeps
    Dean McDonnell
    @mcdonnelldean
    Even better :D
    Good people :D
    Rocky Assad
    @CodisRedding
    we got to meet Wyatt, Peter, and the guy that I always forget his name...