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    Daniel G. Taylor
    @danielgtaylor
    @Tripplesixty good to hear!
    m-baumgartner
    @m-baumgartner
    Did anyone made a three columns aglio theme he'd be willing to share? I'm really interesting in what stripe is doing for example (https://stripe.com/docs/api)
    hellboy81
    @hellboy81
    What is it: the response for HEAD request MUST NOT include a message-body?
    Tripplesixty
    @Tripplesixty
    @m-baumgartner I like what they did.. the one thing they provide that I haven't seen in aglio is the ability to show attributes, values, defaults and enum values for the json objects. Right now I think only query args get shown in aglio
    Jeffrey Hann
    @obihann
    @Tripplesixty actually you can all of that displayed in aglio, take a look at this http://fearthedice.com/api/ demo I have
    Full JSON objects. I'm not showing it but you can also have full json schema's as well
    If you write your attributes in MSON then aglio can display it for you
    m-baumgartner
    @m-baumgartner
    Request parameters parsing seems broken. Anyone confirm? I can't get it to show parameters like @obihann does here : http://fearthedice.com/api/#api-monster-options .
    Tripplesixty
    @Tripplesixty
    @obihann, yes I see that you have example json, and In my aglio docs I also have json schema... this however is less desireable than what is given for url parameters. For Url Params you get a name, a type, a description and example laid out in HTML rather than just a json blob. The json schema isn't worthless it's just less human readable than say a nice list made pretty in HTML.
    Jeffrey Hann
    @obihann
    @Tripplesixty the json schema and sample json are different but yes, I can see your point.
    Daniel G. Taylor
    @danielgtaylor
    @Tripplesixty @obihann I will be working on doing the same thing with MSON attributes as we do with parameters. It's a work in progress but it depends on changes in underlying libraries (the parser that generates the MSON information). The goal is to allow you to show either or both the attributes in HTML and the JSON examples, just like you get for URI template parameters today.
    @m-baumgartner I don't know of any 3-column layout yet, but it's on my radar to investigate at some point. Just been very busy with other things that have a higher priority!
    If someone else does a 3-column theme then I will happily promote it in the README.
    Jeffrey Hann
    @obihann
    @danielgtaylor I may be creating a new theme in the coming weeks / monthish, I'll see if I can convince my team / work to make it open source, at least make the structure opensource and out specific implementation (logo, colors, etc) not
    cause, my life seems to be focused on your tools these days
    Daniel G. Taylor
    @danielgtaylor
    @obihann that would be awesome :-)
    Jeffrey Hann
    @obihann
    I don't really see them saying no since I've been helping with your code bits and pieces at a time so much already but who knows eh?
    I do know they want a 3 column layout, but I haven't seen designs yet
    Daniel G. Taylor
    @danielgtaylor
    I've been working on doing a three column theme
    Antoine Matyja
    @Owumaro
    good job with the 3 column layout, it really improves readability
    I also like the new streak theme, any info on how to use it ?
    Daniel G. Taylor
    @danielgtaylor
    @Owumaro you can use it with aglio --theme-variables streak -i input -o output
    Antoine Matyja
    @Owumaro
    Thanks, looks good ! I was mislead by the example with --theme-style default and as there is default/streak/slate/etc... I tried --theme-style streak...
    Alexey Rashevskiy
    @OgreSwamp
    Hey
    Trying to install aglio on my second macbook - no luck :(
    seems protagonist is a problem but I've read that everything should work by now on node 4
    danielgtaylor/aglio#172
    Should I reopen the issue?
    Alexey Rashevskiy
    @OgreSwamp
    Sorry, seems like I just didn't accepted new Xcode license
    uvisuvasam
    @uvisuvasam
    Hello, I have installed node.js,npm, aglio for api-documentation. When I try to run aglio command to compile the code in local, getting "-bash: aglio: command not found". I tried all the possible ways but didn't get any result. Did anyone faced this issue earlier. Could you please help. node -v ----> v0.12.4; npm -v ----> 2.10.1 ; I have installed aglio globally though I am facing issues.
    Daniel G. Taylor
    @danielgtaylor
    @uvisuvasam maybe your path isn't set up correctly? You can always try to install it non-global and run it. For example, npm install aglio and then ./node_modules/.bin/aglio
    I would look to see where the globally installed version is, and what your PATH env var is set to.
    hellboy81
    @hellboy81
    Hi
    Is there possible to make available "Expand All" Feature in generated HTML
    ?
    Search in Firefox;: if match is found in Body
    It is to hard to localize this place
    FF/IE can not show it
    I should expand (clicking by Show) all bodies/headers etc..
    Trent
    @tbillington
    Hi, is this room actie?
    Daniel G. Taylor
    @danielgtaylor
    @tbillington I check the messages. Do you have a question?
    Simon Renoult
    @simonrenoult
    Hi. Is it possible to integrate a sandbox that allows people to query a mock API? (given a mock like drakov or API-Mock is running ). Basically what swagger or apiary does.
    Simon Renoult
    @simonrenoult
    Mmh. Anyone in there? :)
    Justin Ely
    @justincely
    Is there an option to only link local styles? It seems like the default ones are included no matter what additional ones are included. Thx!
    Uditha Atukorala
    @uditha-atukorala
    hey guys, just wondering whether anyone is looking at PRs and there hasn't been any commits since May 2017. Is this project not actively maintained anymore? @danielgtaylor
    I'm particularly interested in PR #337 (issue #103)
    Pejman Ghorbanzade
    @ghorbanzade
    Hi @danielgtaylor . I am wondering about the status of this project. Are you still maintaining it? I have noticed a few issues with the npm package. One that is slightly annoying is that many of the dependencies are out-dated which causes various warnings...