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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
Dmitry Opokin
@godcodehunter
U OS?
Suraj Patil
@thewhitetulip
mac
Dmitry Opokin
@godcodehunter
Ok i try build it on my mac
Suraj Patil
@thewhitetulip
okay, all the best!!
Dmitry Opokin
@godcodehunter
make test - > FAIL github.com/limetext/backend/watch 1.092s
for backend (on Ubuntu)
Francisco Manno
@fmanno
There's some data races in the watcher tests
csabubakar
@csabubakar
Unable to download
can u guys help me out
Suraj Patil
@thewhitetulip
What is the error?
Francisco Manno
@fmanno
Does anyone know how the path/filepath standard library behaves differently on OS X or Linux? The packages tests pass in Ubuntu but they're failing on OS X I'm thinking maybe there's a problem with the way the OS handles the paths?
Matt Peterson
@ricochet1k
The library should be the same there, but the code is pretty easy to read. Is it actually accessing the filesystem? There could be issues with a case-sensitive filesystem.
Francisco Manno
@fmanno
both Linux and OS X are case-sensitive
yes, I've been reading the documentation and apparently GO knows how to change depending on the OS so I think it's not likely the issue is there. I just thought it would be good to ask if anyone was aware of some "quirks" or gotchas with the library
Suraj Patil
@thewhitetulip
There aren't any quirks for libraries, the library author has to write platform specific version of the library, should the library require platform specific features. Usually that's done by appending the os arch like os.go, os_linux.go or os_darwin.go
Matt Peterson
@ricochet1k
There are some library quirks. Guess what filepath.Join("C:", "Program Files") does on Windows?
Suraj Patil
@thewhitetulip
Well, I meant to say that it works out of the box across all platforms and the library writers have tsken that care. Not really getting at what problems you guys are facing.
@ricochet1k i am sorry i didn't recognize it is you that I was talking :P Gitter isnt showing ne the screen names :D
People over at HN were thinking lime is dead & I hadn't heard from either you or @zoli Or @erbridge since over a month. So whats up?
Matt Peterson
@ricochet1k
Just not a lot of time to work on Lime.
Suraj Patil
@thewhitetulip
Yep, same here. I have started studying machine learning + for two weeks I finished my Go book. I have a novel pensing since two years too :D
*pending
Francisco Manno
@fmanno
I don't have much time either and as starting to learn GO I think tests are a good place. The issue is the watcher_test.go from packages fails on OS X but passes on Linux (Ubuntu to be precise) so I thought it may be due to differences in path handling. However now I think the issue may be with the File callbacks. Need to keep digging
Once all the tests are passing, do we have some sort of CI going on?