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7th
Jun 2014
that installs homebrew (http://brew.sh/)
Jason Lo
@LightningLord
Jun 07 2014 00:30
hi quinn, if you're there, i'm getting this error when seeding
NameError: uninitialized constant Chapter
from line 38 in the seeds.rb
Peter Gault
@petergault
Jun 07 2014 00:33
Hey Jason. Sorry to be getting this, our install has gone through a few issues.
Jason Lo
@LightningLord
Jun 07 2014 00:34
No worries, Peter. I understand
I ran into a couple other issues that I was ostensibly able to get past myself
they will be in the commit messages when I pull request
Peter Gault
@petergault
Jun 07 2014 00:41
Awesome, thanks Jason. I'm sorry for these frustrations. Quinn's focus has been getting our docker environment setup, which should solve some of these issues. However, its taken longer than expected, and thus the install has been a bit out of whack. Hopefully with all of our feedback we can get it setup right.
Jason Lo
@LightningLord
Jun 07 2014 00:41
sounds good
Peter Gault
@petergault
Jun 07 2014 00:43
Cool, I'll keep you posted on our progress.
Jason Lo
@LightningLord
Jun 07 2014 00:44
just so I know what to expect, when do you think I'll get an answer to my question?
Peter Gault
@petergault
Jun 07 2014 01:04
Quinn is out of town for the weekend, so unfortunately it won't be until Monday.
There is one rails issue you could look at now though, if you'd like to try something out of compass. We're using a tool called Huboard, which is an open source tool for visualizing github issues.
I'd like to hack ontop of this tool to enable deep links for Huboard issues.
This might not be a good starter project, but if you're looking to hack this weekend, this doesn't require installing the compass code.
Jason Lo
@LightningLord
Jun 07 2014 01:07
all right i'll take a look at some point
Peter Gault
@petergault
Jun 07 2014 01:07
But yeah, the top priority is working out these install issues, and I'll make sure that I let you know as soon as they are working.
Jason Lo
@LightningLord
Jun 07 2014 01:07
thanks
Peter Gault
@petergault
Jun 07 2014 01:07
It'd be great if we could do a screenshare or something once they are worked out, and we work through the instructions on your machine.
Jason Lo
@LightningLord
Jun 07 2014 01:08
sounds good
Peter Gault
@petergault
Jun 07 2014 01:12
cool, thanks for understanding.
Peter Gault
@petergault
Jun 07 2014 16:52
hey
Linda
@lpatmo
Jun 07 2014 17:21
hey quinn!
I have all the dependencies installed; when I ran ./launch.sh, I got this error:
connect: multipart: use parser (multiparty, busboy, formidable) directly
connect: limit: Restrict request size at location of read
Quinn Shanahan
@quinn
Jun 07 2014 17:23
os?
Linda
@lpatmo
Jun 07 2014 17:23
10.8.5
x
Quinn Shanahan
@quinn
Jun 07 2014 17:23
huhhhhh
Linda
@lpatmo
Jun 07 2014 17:24
I had a couple other ports running for a couple of django projects.
Not sure if it's something to do with ports or Node middleware.
I'm not too familiar with this stuff.
Quinn Shanahan
@quinn
Jun 07 2014 17:25
it defaults to port 3000 i think
Linda
@lpatmo
Jun 07 2014 17:25
In the terminal I'm getting: wantsAsync [ id: 'wantsAsync' ] [ id: 'wantsAsync' ]
Listening on port undefined
Quinn Shanahan
@quinn
Jun 07 2014 17:27
oh. Try this:
PORT=3000 ./launch.sh
Linda
@lpatmo
Jun 07 2014 17:29
Yay, it's running on http://localhost:3000/?playerID=f91161b2a6 now! I still got the connect: multipart: use parser (multiparty, busboy, formidable) directly
connect: limit: Restrict request size at location of read error, though
Quinn Shanahan
@quinn
Jun 07 2014 17:30
i guess it's a warning?
Linda
@lpatmo
Jun 07 2014 17:31
Probably something to do within the code, then?
The screenshot in that stackoverflow question shows the exact error I got in the terminal.
Quinn Shanahan
@quinn
Jun 07 2014 17:53
@lpatmo just wanted to confirm that it did end up working for you
in spite of that error
Linda
@lpatmo
Jun 07 2014 18:03
Yep!
Thanks.
Quinn Shanahan
@quinn
Jun 07 2014 18:11
ah cool! thanks
is that what you used to get it working
Linda
@lpatmo
Jun 07 2014 18:21
The Windows 8 reference was for ISPOL
@quinn I just used your suggestion to do PORT=3000
kd5ytx
@kd5ytx
Jun 07 2014 18:22
Made an AMI w/ the install too if anyone needs it - AMI ID is ami-e494678c
Peter Gault
@petergault
Jun 07 2014 18:25
empirical-org/Stories-With-Friends#5
kd5ytx
@kd5ytx
Jun 07 2014 18:30
Forgot to mention, that AMI is in the N. Virginia (US-East) region (ami-e494678c)