These are chat archives for dbashford/mimosa

4th
Mar 2014
Anachron
@Anachron
Mar 04 2014 06:55 UTC
@dbashford is it normal that mimosa-bower pulls all components if only one changes?
Anachron
@Anachron
Mar 04 2014 07:55 UTC
@dbashford I've just added a new ticket for RequireCSS-support: dbashford/mimosa-require#30
Anachron
@Anachron
Mar 04 2014 08:09 UTC
@dbashford about the Bower module pulling all components on any component update, I created this ticket: dbashford/mimosa-bower#35
Anachron
@Anachron
Mar 04 2014 08:21 UTC
@breathe I've just pushed 0.1.1, now supports CSS-modules and added dymamic footer :)
Anachron
@Anachron
Mar 04 2014 12:35 UTC
@dbashford do you have any idea about requirecss implementation?
David Bashford
@dbashford
Mar 04 2014 12:35 UTC
haven't looked into it yet
Anachron
@Anachron
Mar 04 2014 13:09 UTC
Can you look into it today? Or is there any workaround to ignore modules starting with "css!" ?
David Bashford
@dbashford
Mar 04 2014 14:05 UTC
Just pushed 2.1.12 of mimosa, should have the fix you need. It will also verify the css path for you, cause why not? =)
Anachron
@Anachron
Mar 04 2014 14:17 UTC
@dbashford wow, awesome, thanks, gonna update my mimosa-require :)
David Bashford
@dbashford
Mar 04 2014 14:17 UTC
you can update the mimosa-require if you want, or just grab the new mimosa
Anachron
@Anachron
Mar 04 2014 14:20 UTC
Yay, it works, awesome! :)
Just curious, though: Is the text plugin working by default?
David Bashford
@dbashford
Mar 04 2014 14:25 UTC
should be? haven't tested that in a long time.
there's code in to detect plugins
was easy to add the css stuff
I think with the text plugin you have to provide a full path to the file. So all should be good. The problem with the css plugin is the .css is assumed so it jacked things up.
Anachron
@Anachron
Mar 04 2014 14:27 UTC
Okay, makes sense, thanks! This is really awesome! I can now write LESS styles and inject them with RequireCSS into my app as module dependency! Hooray!
Anachron
@Anachron
Mar 04 2014 15:28 UTC
I've updated the bower issue.
Anachron
@Anachron
Mar 04 2014 19:22 UTC
New internet, yay! Faster than anything :D
Anachron
@Anachron
Mar 04 2014 19:30 UTC
@dbashford it's time for a new blogpost :)
@breathe so what is your project with mimosa right now? you use it commercial or private?
David Bashford
@dbashford
Mar 04 2014 19:53 UTC
I have a few ideas for blog posts. One small thing soon, thn I hope to get the site revamped bfore doing a "getting started with mimosa" sort of post.
breathe
@breathe
Mar 04 2014 19:58 UTC
@anachron - I am using it for work -- trying to get several applications bootstrapped and hopefully taking off in my work environment. I am something of a devops type sys-admin for an oceanographic research institute -- ocean going research technician/software guy
Anachron
@Anachron
Mar 04 2014 20:02 UTC
Guys I just installed the new T-Online hardware/software and guess what they are using? Twitter Bootstrap :D
@breathe okay I see, so that's why I can never see progress on your github account, the repo is private :)
David Bashford
@dbashford
Mar 04 2014 21:21 UTC
So umm, this is fucking awesome
Jon Taylor
@JonET
Mar 04 2014 21:21 UTC
lol
David Bashford
@dbashford
Mar 04 2014 21:21 UTC
Some hot twitter integration right htere
that and the gruntJS weekly account doing pub for me
Jon Taylor
@JonET
Mar 04 2014 21:22 UTC
follow up tweet should be "even better than gulp"
That is slick integration
David Bashford
@dbashford
Mar 04 2014 21:22 UTC
they have some NPM polling thing, i happen to have "grunt" as a keyword for npm, so it gets pulled
Jon Taylor
@JonET
Mar 04 2014 21:22 UTC
haha
nice
Anachron
@Anachron
Mar 04 2014 21:27 UTC
Now THAT is sweet! :O
Hahaha, grunt "The greatest thing that happened after npm"? Good joke! :D