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Jonathan Silverman
@mixflame
and i had it working before
there seems to be a bug in the ssl socket, not sure if this is related but i can't decode it: crystal-lang/crystal#5375
he (RX14) says call #flush... but the doc's don't say this...
i tried calling flush tho.. didn't write
George Dietrich
@Blacksmoke16
did you try using << "some str" then .flush
Jonathan Silverman
@mixflame
i did try, that...
just changed it to this...
```
  def login
    return unless @response_count == 3
    ssl_socket.as(OpenSSL::SSL::Socket::Client) << "PASS #{password}\r\n"
    ssl_socket.as(OpenSSL::SSL::Socket::Client) << "NICK #{nick}\r\n"
    ssl_socket.as(OpenSSL::SSL::Socket::Client) << "USER #{user} 8 * :#{user}\r\n"
    ssl_socket.as(OpenSSL::SSL::Socket::Client).flush
    @logged_in = true
  end
no send
whoa!
i got it to login
see the response count think
turns out my server only sends 2
yeah protocol code lol :D
George Dietrich
@Blacksmoke16
mmk
Jonathan Silverman
@mixflame
if you were wondering here is the full code that works https://gist.github.com/mixflame/057abeff96311c91f0d2e81fbd0edb26
IRC SSL in Crystal ^
Gabor Szabo
@szabgab
I accidentally ran "crystal spe" (without the trailing c) and it executed all the spec test. Why and how?
George Dietrich
@Blacksmoke16
when "spec/".starts_with?(command)
is what the logic for the CLI is
Gabor Szabo
@szabgab
Oh, thanks
Taupiqueur
@alexherbo2
Is there a built-in way to manipulate trees (from a filesystem walk and json)?
Taupiqueur
@alexherbo2
I need to collect a list of file names and contents (snippets) from a root. each folder contains a scope.yml to test whether the snippets should apply on a given file, for example having rails, rails/ruby, rails/ruby/controller, rails/ruby/migration.
likely, rails/scope.yml will have roots = ["config/environment.rb"] to pass
Taupiqueur
@alexherbo2
rails/ruby/scope.yml extensions = [".rb"] and so on
I wonder if I should cache the filesystem exploration as json, or if it's ok to request the filesystem for scoping a file
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@FromIRC
<straight-shoota> depends... shrug
<straight-shoota> stdlib has no dedicated tree data structure. I guess JSON::Any comes close. There are also shards.
<straight-shoota> But you need to decide whether caching even makes sense for your use case
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<straight-shoota> We're having a live talk about the upcoming Crystal 1.0 Conference: https://youtu.be/tYb3YlDY4lE
Chris Watson
@watzon
Good chat
Benjamin Wade
@RespiteSage
I'm really looking forward the the conference next week.
Chris Watson
@watzon
Same my dude
bew
@bew:matrix.org
[m]
Will the conference talks be public some time after the event?
Kirk Haines
@wyhaines
I would be shocked if they were not. At the very least, though, I will definitely have my slide deck and all materials for my talk available.
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@FromIRC
<straight-shoota> Yes, the recordings will be available publicly
<straight-shoota> I'll definitely have to watch them afterwards to see what was going on in the other track :⁠D
Building oq 
+ snapcraftctl build
Missing shard.lock
shards install --production
Failed to run 'shards install --production' for 'oq': Exited with code 1.
:thinking:
George Dietrich
@Blacksmoke16
oh, shards install --production fails if there isnt a shard.lock
ah crystal-lang/shards#473, the snap plugin needs updated in that case
my as well port it to the v2 plugin system too. Guess I know what ill be doing this weekend :P
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@FromIRC
<straight-shoota> It seems there's no v2 plugin for Crystal yet...
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@FromIRC
<yxhuvud> Hmm. So why do I get errors? It'd be nice to figure it out :⁠(
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<f1refly> Is work currently going on to support crystal on the m1 mac with homebrew? I introduced one of my colleagues to it about a year ago and he can't use his scripts any more since changing his work computer
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@FromIRC
<mps> f1refly: unstall alpine linux in qemu and then you can run crystal in VM
<mps> it works pretty fast
<straight-shoota> On our side aarch64_darwin is completely supported. It's just that an LLVM bug prevented upgrading to LLVM 11.
<straight-shoota> I hear crystal runs very well with Rosetta on M1 chips
<f1refly> neat, i'll tell him