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Dec 2015
Manish R Jain
@manishrjain
Dec 04 2015 00:14
Hey @paulftw, The frontend code is missing the deps. Can you check them all in?
Manish R Jain
@manishrjain
Dec 04 2015 01:54
Btw, here's a query looking for all movies starring Tom Hanks: curl dgraph.xyz/query -XPOST -d '{me(_xid_: m.0bxtg) {film.actor.film { film.performance.film { type.object.name.en } } }}' | python -m json.tool | less
Pravendra Singh
@pravj
Dec 04 2015 09:18
Do I need to meet some specific system requirements to get this working?
I mean the freebase RDF data seems pretty large that it needs git-LFS.
Pravendra Singh
@pravj
Dec 04 2015 09:56
The latency details for a query does not properly format the Time.Duration into String, or I think so.
"server_latency": { "json": "1.194083ms", "parsing": "568.197\u00b5s", "processing": "1.935119ms", "total": "3.715989ms" }
This is what I get for the Tom Hanks query, here the parsing duration is in microseconds, but the response contains its Unicode representation only.
Pravendra Singh
@pravj
Dec 04 2015 10:12
OK, I got it. Python's JSON tool is missing the correct representation. Works fine with plain curl.