Moved to https://chat.hyperledger.org (channel: #quilt)
We are planning to attend the Hyperledger Hackfest in Amsterdam at the end of the month and work with potential contributors to put together a roadmap for the project
@chuck1991 we've been using IntelliJ but nothing in the code is bound to that, there shouldn't be any IDE specific files committed to Git. I'd be interested to hear what issue you've been having so we can address them
@adrianhopebailie I agree with that no IDE specific files committed. One of the problems is generated-sources by annotation Immutable cannot be resolved by eclipse IDE.
You may need to add the folder where they are generated to your sources in Eclipse
You can also setup Eclipse to run the generation when it does a build
@adrianhopebailie the second solution looks pretty, thx.
@adrianhopebailie great to hear from you. I'll be really interested to put my 5yrs of java exp's effort to contributing in Quilt. Thanks for the Eclipse setup....ping me at firstname.lastname@example.org if we can talk privately about the more suggestions on it.
how can i transfer XRP to ETH
@adrianhopebailie Can you give another approve to this PR? hyperledger/quilt#157
@adrianhopebailie Thanks! One more to look at: hyperledger/quilt#160
For anyone interested, we'll be having an ILP-Java call in about 5 minutes. DM me your email and I'll add you to the invite if you're interested.
No set agenda today - will go over open issues and PRs, and any discussion anyone wants to have (though I believe @adrianhopebailie won't be able to make today's call).
I'd like to pop in for one of those one day, bit hectic atm though, and I'm on UTC+7 time
Next one is in 2 weeks.
Hello Adrian - I can contribute to Java implementation of ILP
@adrianhopebailie Is the roadmap for the java implementation existing yet?
I implemented a Java version of the connector. For now capable of setting up the client-parent relationship (XRP). I will work on the peer relationship soon, after I refactored the code a little more. Also, a proper plugin interface/mecanism is missing. Did you have any plans on how you want to implement this?
@sappenin is also working on this
We're busy on a refactor of the JS connector that would make swapping in your connector and using JS plugins easier
Hope to preview it at this weeks call
That sounds great! For now I am using Netty for all the network communication, and of course the quilt serialization tools. I will do a little cleanup of the code and make it available on github soon.