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Nicholas Sofroniew
@sofroniewn
here people are saying to just not use claim()
Nicholas Sofroniew
@sofroniewn
i've hit a wall - can't make progress through these two issues tessel/node-usb#61
Gitter Robot
@gitter-robot
ogd usb on prototyping boards is my least favorite thing
ogd e.g. cp2102 drivers, ch34x drivers
ogd i found our arduinos use an atmega chip they programmed to be a usb device themselves because of driver issues with the aforementioned chips
Mikola Lysenko
@mikolalysenko
sofroniewn: sucks :(
node-usb is frustratingly close to being awesome
has just enough rough edges that it doesn't quite work out of the box
Nicholas Sofroniew
@sofroniewn
yeah it was close, but i heard back now that node-usb doesn't work with HID devices like mice
ultimately i'll be running this on a linux machine so it'll be ok
any sense if node-usb will be faster / better compared with this https://www.npmjs.com/package/node-mouse which seems to be reading mouse events from /dev/input/[mouse[0-9]+|mice]
Mikola Lysenko
@mikolalysenko
probably not any appreciable difference
node-usb also doesn't work with isochronous devices
it only works with the most basic usb stuff, which sucks
since it is pretty cool
Seth Vincent
@sethvincent
so adventuretron is a thing that is alive: https://github.com/sethvincent/adventuretron
the example shows what usage is currently like: https://github.com/sethvincent/adventuretron-example
still a lot of rough edges and api changes i'd like to make, but it's ready to make a full workshop to help figure out what those changes ought to be
Gitter Robot
@gitter-robot
ogd gonna work on an ESP8266/Espruino tutorial using adventuretron on a plane ride later
ogd sethvincent on adventuretron-example i get an error from npm start (in electron devtools): /Users/max/src/js/adventuretron-example/node_modules/adventuretron/renderer/index.js:23 Uncaught TypeError: options.challenges.map is not a function
ogd sethvincent is there supposed to be an array of challenges passed in somewhere in main.js of adventuretron-example?
Gitter Robot
@gitter-robot
ogd sethvincent ok for some reason when i deleted adventuretron-example/node_modules/adventuretron and then used adventuretron@master instead it started working
Seth Vincent
@sethvincent
ogd: oh yeah sorry i forgot to update that
whoa espruino looks cool. i hadn't seen that before
ogd sethvincent and i flash them with https://github.com/thingsSDK/flasher.js
ogd sethvincent and https://github.com/espruino/EspruinoWebIDE to get a repl (i do it over wifi)
Seth Vincent
@sethvincent
cool i wanna try that out
Seth Vincent
@sethvincent
i published a new version of adventuretron that has some better default styles
ogd: if you're still doing the espruino / adventuretron thing i'd be down to hack on it and keep it up to date with adventuretron changes
Seth Vincent
@sethvincent
@freeman-lab this pr is a bit bulky, but it should be good to merge: freeman-lab/minidocs#64
I tried to get things a little more organized in the interest of moving minidocs to feature-complete status
Nicholas Sofroniew
@sofroniewn
@sethvincent i'm trying to send a function from the main process to the renderer process in electron but I can't use ipcRenderer.send(channel[, arg1][, arg2][, ...]) as the args get serialized in JSON according to the docs
any suggestions on what to do instead?
Seth Vincent
@sethvincent
ooh i haven't done much with ipc stuff yet
Nicholas Sofroniew
@sofroniewn
i can get around it, send a string and conditionally require, but was wondering if there was another way
just need it to happen once on loading
Seth Vincent
@sethvincent
ah that's not too bad then
would the remote module help in this case? http://electron.atom.io/docs/api/remote/
Nicholas Sofroniew
@sofroniewn
ah nice suggestion - have to run now, but will look into it - thanks!!
Jason Wittenbach
@jwittenbach
@sethvincent have you used choo much? I see that you’ve been active on a few issues in the repo...
Kyle Kelley
@rgbkrk
@freeman-lab and @sofroniewn - could I get your opinion on something for a notebook
I'm extracting the core of ipywidgets out of jupyter to provide a flexible API for allowing people to update a model front <---> back
ooh, and @mathisonian if you happen to have time as well
:)
Matthew Conlen
@mathisonian
:+1: happy to take a look
Kyle Kelley
@rgbkrk
yay, thanks!
context on the custom mimetypes there - we now support direct geojson as well as Plotly's JSON spec directly