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Matt Peterson
@ricochet1k
@thewhitetulip You are welcome to try them as well
Suraj Patil
@thewhitetulip
Currently I am not having my machine, I'll try and report back in six-seven hours
It is grrat that we got it working fir go1.6, i suppose we'll have it working for future relases of go 1.6+, correct?
*great damn it mobile keyboards
Mohammad Zolfaghari
@zoli
@ricochet1k Nice job.
Matt Peterson
@ricochet1k
Go 1.7: Packages and binaries built using cgo have in past releases produced different output on each build, due to the embedding of temporary directory names. When using this release with new enough versions of GCC or Clang (those that support the -fdebug-prefix-map option), those builds should finally be deterministic.
Yay! No more rebuilding all of qml-go every time!
Suraj Patil
@thewhitetulip
@ricochet1k have you merged the go16 branch?
Matt Peterson
@ricochet1k
Nope. It still needs a little work.
Suraj Patil
@thewhitetulip
In limetext, as far as the frontend is concerned there sre only four to five objects, right?
Sidebar, menubar, editor etc
Matt Peterson
@ricochet1k
Erm... What do you mean? Why do you ask?
Suraj Patil
@thewhitetulip
Because I am trying to understand how desktop apps are
When we write webapps, we have front end, divs spans etc
Then the backend and the ajax part
Matt Peterson
@ricochet1k
panic parse nicely formats panics
Felix Laurie von Massenbach
@erbridge
Nice find
Felix Laurie von Massenbach
@erbridge
turns out I'm already using something called pp...
Matt Peterson
@ricochet1k
I think you can just go get the base repo and use "panicparse" instead. It mentions that in the readme
Suraj Patil
@thewhitetulip
hey guys
take a look at this
Go build system with file watchers, live reload and output streams. Run, build and watch file changes with custom paths http://tockins.github.io/realize/
Suraj Patil
@thewhitetulip
Anyone online?
I am using ST3 to get a hang of it, and one thing I find annoying is that you can't create folders using the menu. You have to create folders outside, in the terminal for them to get reflected.
we will be having create file/folder functionality in Lime right?
Also for the package manager, we can use the package control, it is awesome.
Suraj Patil
@thewhitetulip
oh, I found the trick, you have to right click on the existing folder for that menu to pop up, we can add it to default right click on the sidebar in lime
Matt Peterson
@ricochet1k
Suraj Patil
@thewhitetulip
This is great, can we make a list of such plugins which provide more functionality to the existing text editor and ship them by default? ST3's sidebar isn't that great, you can't drag files into folders and stuff etc.
or rather, can we ship plugins like this directly in Lime?
Felix Laurie von Massenbach
@erbridge
All plugins fit that description...
Suraj Patil
@thewhitetulip
Well, there are a few like this one which everyone would use
others are specific to personal tastes, a powerful sidebar = better power to dev
so we can make a list of generic plugins like this, I'd nominate packagecontrol.io too
Dmitry Opokin
@godcodehunter
Guys, I tried to build lime's on Ubuntu, and get some triable with it. I haven't top bar and bottom road seems broken,
Suraj Patil
@thewhitetulip
I am sorry, what do youmean by bottom road? :)
Dmitry Opokin
@godcodehunter
strip at the bottom
Suraj Patil
@thewhitetulip
okay, there isn't much at the menu bar as of now & but you should see the the status bar at the bottom
Dmitry Opokin
@godcodehunter
yes
Bunt why i can find menu it is bag or i have problem with build?
Suraj Patil
@thewhitetulip
wait a min, let me build the latest repo give me five minutes
Dmitry Opokin
@godcodehunter
Successfully?
Suraj Patil
@thewhitetulip
well, my internet is slow a fetch to github is timing out :D let me try again
Suraj Patil
@thewhitetulip
btw did you follow all the steps? as in updating and adding git submodules?
Dmitry Opokin
@godcodehunter
I followed all the instructions step by step on buildings page
test dont show me any problem
Suraj Patil
@thewhitetulip
I am unable to download, some error with system
the last time I had built it from source I did see a menu bar though, with ~4 items on iy