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    Bernard Ojengwa
    @ojengwa
    Instead, this error is thrown [Error: could not parse github url: system]
    My understanding is that I have to specify the git repo (found it on online...)
    Dean McDonnell
    @mcdonnelldean
    @ojengwa Hey, so we took out the generation because it was broken. It is due to be replaced by something soon shortly, in the next month or so
    Bernard Ojengwa
    @ojengwa
    :(
    I am looking to integrate fuge as a critical part of our architecture... Anyway I can help?
    btw, what command(s) do I have to run to bootstrap the system?
    Dean McDonnell
    @mcdonnelldean
    I’d say having a look over the open issues for now would be the best way to help. There is work planned soon to simplify and make it easy to use.
    Define bootstrap? Right now there is no generation so hand crafted is the way. Take a look at nodezoo/nodezoo-system on github for a full fuge config done right
    Bernard Ojengwa
    @ojengwa
    yeah. That's I am currently depending on the nodezoo-system project for guidance... By bootstrap, I meant generating base project assete/configurations. Much like the way yeoman works.
    I will take a look at the issues.
    Dean McDonnell
    @mcdonnelldean
    Right now, we don’t have it. We tried it but found it didn’t work great. I suggest taking one of the nodezoo repos as a base and clearing it out to your liking
    Bernard Ojengwa
    @ojengwa
    :)
    Thanks, man
    Bernard Ojengwa
    @ojengwa
    Btw, my understanding is that both fuge and seneca are been maintained by the same company. How does the two play with each other, @mcdonnelldean ?
    Dean McDonnell
    @mcdonnelldean

    @ojengwa It’s a little looser than that. Both projects are maintained by people in the same company would be more apt. nearForm are generally an open source company so there a loads of projects they fund to different degress (mostly through allowing people time to use them).

    In terms of playing well they play as well as they should

    Fuge does not require seneca and vice versa
    You could build all hapi services and run them with fuge
    The primary use case for fuge is running multiple processes together to make dev easier
    Celso Bem dos Santos
    @CelsoSantos
    hello everyone. quick question: is there any way I can tell fuge to run as node processes rather than docker? is it by using fuge-config.json?
    Dean McDonnell
    @mcdonnelldean
    It runs them as node by default
    See nodezoo system
    It runs all the processes as processes not containers
    Celso Bem dos Santos
    @CelsoSantos
    @mcdonnelldean thank you for your reply. I saw it stating running as process, however, the defined ports are not being bound for some reason. my API run on port 8000, for instance, and when running on fuge, unless I explicitly define the port, it will start attributing 10k range ports.. is this how it's supposed to be?
    Dean McDonnell
    @mcdonnelldean
    Could you open an issue with the details? Add in your config and OS please? That sounds a bit odd
    Celso Bem dos Santos
    @CelsoSantos
    @mcdonnelldean I'm still investigating the issue. I'm suspecting it's a problem with code from a merge that has probably wen't wrong. After I'm sure the problem is not code, I'll open the issue if required. thanks :)
    Marc Pires
    @marcpires
    Hi, guys.
    is there any issues with Fuge when using Node v 6.2.2 ?
    Wardormeur
    @Wardormeur
    hi there, i'm having a bit of trouble seeing what fuge try to solve from docker problem, is it the dns discovery ?
    Bernard Ojengwa
    @ojengwa
    Hi guys
    Is there anyway to automate starting up processes with fuge? Can't get it pass our CD platform becuase it (at least the docs) requires that someone enters the shell and initiate the start command...
    Josh Reeter
    @jreeter
    Is it possible to log fuge output to file?
    need to review output
    Adrian Rossouw
    @AdrianRossouw
    it generates a log somewhere in the directory tree
    iirc
    Josh Reeter
    @jreeter
    word, how are you Adrian?
    Adrian Rossouw
    @AdrianRossouw
    pretty good
    busy =P
    yourself ?
    Josh Reeter
    @jreeter
    super busy too
    Tom Davidson
    @tomdavidson
    Hey can my dir structure have my all of my microservices in a subdir rather than root?
    Salvatore Mazzarino
    @mazzy89
    Does fuge control the order of the start of ever service?
    Paul van der Maas
    @PaulMaas
    Looks like fuge overrides console.log, etc. Is it possible to set/change the console output colors for services?
    Maulik Soneji
    @Mastermaulik
    where can i get a sample fuge project?
    like the one that was generated automatically using fuge generate service
    Now that the command is deprecated, how can i generate the project?
    Paul van der Maas
    @PaulMaas
    Is there a way to define environment variables for ALL services defined in compose-dev.yml? Instead of having to copy it over for each one...
    Paul van der Maas
    @PaulMaas
    To answer my own question: The only way to do that is by using env_file (alongside environment) parameter to define environment vars in your .yml
    Felix Heck
    @felixheck
    yep :D
    James Choi
    @kizzlebot
    Does fuge support docker-compose v2?
    Lee Driscoll
    @innerdaze
    Hi I'm new here - just discovered Fuge today. Can anyone tell me if this is still being developed? I'm getting the impression from github repo that it's been abandoned.