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espretto
@espretto
hi,
is it at all intended for can.computes properties to live within a can.Map instance? and if yes, would i have to manually .off() them or perform any additional teardown logic?

also, how to get hold of the root of a can.Map instance from within can.compute's function? example:

var ViewModel = can.Map.extend({
  model: ['...'],
  state: {
    example: can.compute(function () {
      this.model; // > undefined
    })
  }
});

or would you go down the can.Map.define's road to achieve this? like how?

Guido Smeets
@gsmeets
does anyone know if there's a way to dynamically create a can.Component on a dom node from code?
or should I just generate a template snippet and parse that?
Guido Smeets
@gsmeets
@matthewp I put my amd stache loader on github (https://github.com/Empirion/can-stache-amd), still needs documentation though. If you want you can pull that into the canjs repo as a plugin. I'll add docs later this week
dylanrtt
@dylanrtt

@gsmeets I don't think there's a way to get a handle to the Component. I always do something like

can.stache('<my-component options="{options}"></my-component')({options: options})

and append the frag

dylanrtt
@dylanrtt
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Matthew Phillips
@matthewp
@gsmeets awesome! i'll take a look at it, does it work with the requirejs optimizer?
Guido Smeets
@gsmeets

@matthewp it's intended to be used with it. if you create this:

define(["stache!path/to/template.stache], function ( VIEW ) {})

then VIEW will be the renderer function. The plugin loader will pull in the file and run it through can.stache.async, which in turn will fetch any can-imports and partials.

When building with requirejs it'll wrap the template in a can.stache(). The pluginbuilder will find all can-imports and partials and add those in the define() that is being generated.

i.e., if the template.stache is:

<can-import from="app/foo/bar" />
<my-foo />

then this will be the generated result:

define([ "can", "can/stache", "app/foo/bar", function( can ) {
    return can.stache( " <can-import from="app/foo/bar" /><my-foo />" );
})
espretto
@espretto
hi, i have a problem with xhtml svg elements being picked up by canjs' scanner trying to resolve them to a component tag. is there a hook to skip/ignore tags like <svg:svg>...</svg:svg>?
Matthew Phillips
@matthewp
@gsmeets cool, i'd like to discuss it a bit more with you when you have the time. I'm not too familiar with require's plugin system.
like where do you return the renderer function?
Oh, I see, in the build you are using getIntermediateAndImports, good
We should put this in the canjs org, would you be ok with that?
Chris Gomez
@akagomez
opolyo01
@opolyo01
Quick question, I need to listen for radio change event as per example -- http://canjs.com/docs/can.view.bindings.can-value.html
'{scope.dateGroup} change': function ( group ) { console.log("Date group changed", group); },
<input type="radio" can-value="dateGroup" value="day">
change even never getting called
dylanrtt
@dylanrtt
@opolyo01 try '{scope} dateGroup' as your event signature. binding to 'change' will only work with observables (maps/computes)
opolyo01
@opolyo01
thanks, works
Guido Smeets
@gsmeets
@matthewp "We should put this in the canjs org, would you be ok with that?"
Yeah, that's fine. Still haven't had time for the docs though, 46 hr workweek ftw :/
Mohamed Cherif Bouchelaghem
@cherifGsoul
hi, what version of jekyll should I have to run gh-pages?
Chris Gomez
@akagomez
@cherifGsoul I have no idea. Are you sure you the correct room?
Mohamed Cherif Bouchelaghem
@cherifGsoul
@akagomez Yes I ask for the gh-pages branch in canjs repo to run the site on my local machine
Chris Gomez
@akagomez
Oh! canjs.com? Sorry. I didn’t connect those dots.
Kyle Gifford
@kylegifford
Is there a "right"/better way to do inheritance with the define plugin then this? http://jsfiddle.net/kg1ff0rd/hyrhvsbL/5/
Alexis Abril
@alexisabril
@kylegifford I don’t know that there is at the moment. David and I had a thought discussion about making “define” a can.Construct itself behind the scenes. That would let you just call “this._super()” in your defined methods. I’m not sure what detrimental impact that could have though
Kyle Gifford
@kylegifford
Thanks, good to know I'm not crazy :)

The code I'm working with uses

this.define = can.extend(parent.prototype.define, this.define);

in the child constructor, which I believe prevents extending objects on define

*on the child define
Kyle Gifford
@kylegifford
and if I do parent.prototype.define.foo.set.call(this, newVal);, I get in an infinite loop
Chris Gomez
@akagomez
@justinbmeyer @daffl Is there a recommended way to create dynamic components/dom nodes? A silly example would be: <{{span}}></{{span}}>
Alexis Abril
@alexisabril
@akagomez You could have a helper wrapped around document.createElement
{{#create ‘span’}}even have content, if you handle this in the helper{{/create}}
I guess it depends on what you’re trying to do
@kylegifford Yeah, that makes sense. I can’t remember if that line is exposed. If it is, you could have a local plugin that overwrites that line, then your code would work. You’d need to manually pull down those other methods you still want from the parent though(or re-create them on the child)
@akagomez I actually like what you had originally over the helper idea
I feel like we used to do this all the time with controls, but it was something similar
Chris Gomez
@akagomez
@alexisabril document.createElement(‘my-component') didn’t associate the node with my defined component.
Alexis Abril
@alexisabril
oh that won’t work, it would only work for dom nodes
dynamic components, I didn’t read that line in my head for some reason
I remember needing to do this once, but my solution wasn’t elegant either
sec, I think I can actually find the sample
David Luecke
@daffl

@akagomez

var component = 'my-component';
var tpl = '<' + component + '></' + component + '>';

var frag = can.stache(tpl)({});

?

Alexis Abril
@alexisabril
I used a single component to render subtemplates based on some input prior
for example, I had different inputs being rendered, but with similar properties being set(such as a label)
{{field whichField someProp otherData}}
in “field”, there was a switch that would render some template