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Kent 'picat' Gruber
@picatz
I'm still not entirely sure if I've finalize how I want command lion to work, which would probably make it a bit silly trying to translate that over to Crystal again and then have this weird back and forth.
Then it's like, why stop there and just implement it in a third language?
Weston
@wwselleck
yeah i think itd be best to focus on one language for that
Kent 'picat' Gruber
@picatz
For now, I guess I'll just stick with Ruby.
I do like how easy it is to translate my ideas from one to the other though.
Like, I'm sure I could probably just do some back and forth during development and not be that bothered at all.
Assuming there was no one using it, basically.
Weston
@wwselleck
i've never really considered not using a static site generator for my personal website
the big thing is the blog markdown stuff
the problem with using like kemal is that you have to run the server
with a compiled site, I can just put it on x.github.io and have it hosted for free by github
and not be in the business of managing a server
Kent 'picat' Gruber
@picatz
I guess it depends what you want to do, right?
And EC2 instance is easy to deploy. Tools like Vagrant and all the devops magic in the world can allow you deploy your kemal server ( or whatever ) without much hassel at all.
At least, I genuinely enjoy automating and deploying my own stuff. I think kemal makes it really easy, but I can see where you wouldn't want to mess with that stuff.
Weston
@wwselleck
yeah it might be a good learning experince...
deploying is one thing i have little experience in
Kent 'picat' Gruber
@picatz
It's genuinely not hard to do, and in every aspect free.
You can start small and then roll out your deployments in more elaborate ways.
Like, start with shell scripts, mess around with tools like puppet or chef.
InSpec for making sure it is actually configured that way that it is.
Like, auditing, automating, orchestrating, all the fun words. It's super accessible in my experience.
And there's all these super helpful guides you can find by just google'n
Or youtube videos for days
Weston
@wwselleck
i think im gonna give a go at a static site gen, if for nothing else to contribute something to the community while learning
is Argz in a usable state?
i might use it myself
Kent 'picat' Gruber
@picatz
I can run things
It probably needs some touch ups.
Weston
@wwselleck
I'd be happy to contribute, I'm just trying to get into the crystal community in any way
ive been jumping arund between different new languages and have definitely settled here
Kent 'picat' Gruber
@picatz
Feel free to man!
Like, I'm sure it needs the help.
command_lion can give some clues as to what I'm going to end up going for with argz
for one thing, argz things of flags as strings that start with - or --
Which I don't enforce in command_lion
There's also some other cases in argz where I'm not being consistent with command lion and can't think of.
But, it has a wiki
Weston
@wwselleck
you dont want to enforce flags starting with - or --?
Kent 'picat' Gruber
@picatz
Nah
I want the user to be able to do that.
Weston
@wwselleck
you want that configurable or something?
Kent 'picat' Gruber
@picatz
Maybe that'd be cool
But, it can be just sort of naturally enfored in the app's style
like the person developing the app could choose to use - or -- style flags or not
The string really shouldn't matter, after I thought about it
Weston
@wwselleck
whatr the other flag options?
Kent 'picat' Gruber
@picatz
Right now it's just a silly short and long thing going on
Command lion handles flags how I want argz to.