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    Gutemberg Ribeiro
    @galvesribeiro
    humm
    Brendan Burns
    @brendandburns
    then calls the compiler on that JSON
    which generates kubernetes objects
    and then calls kubectl create -f on those objects
    Gutemberg Ribeiro
    @galvesribeiro
    ok
    I wonder how it would work with a debugger
    Brendan Burns
    @brendandburns
    MetaparticleExecutor.cs is the code in question
    Gutemberg Ribeiro
    @galvesribeiro
    like visual studio for example
    Brendan Burns
    @brendandburns
    yeah, it won't really right now
    because it's all async
    but you could imagine using an annotation (or introspection) to detect "debug" and turning up a distributed debugger
    Gutemberg Ribeiro
    @galvesribeiro
    yes
    Brendan Burns
    @brendandburns
    we've done integration with VS Code and containers in Kubernetes for live debugging
    Gutemberg Ribeiro
    @galvesribeiro
    oh! that is cool
    Brendan Burns
    @brendandburns
    though honestly, I've found that live debugging is of limited use in real-world cloud settings
    Gutemberg Ribeiro
    @galvesribeiro
    if it works on VSCode, it should on VS
    well, debug on minikube localy is all the dev wants
    Brendan Burns
    @brendandburns
    yeah, definitely an area where it would be cool to prototype something
    Gutemberg Ribeiro
    @galvesribeiro
    we just need to overrride the ENTRYPOINT to run vsdbg and a cat << /dev/null or something like that
    Brendan Burns
    @brendandburns
    Have you seen:
    Gutemberg Ribeiro
    @galvesribeiro
    yes, I did
    was about to mention that
    I'm still waiting to get invited to that
    Brendan Burns
    @brendandburns
    ah, didn't realize it was private...
    here's the vs code extension
    it can live debug nodejs
    would be relatively easy to adapt to c# I think...
    Gutemberg Ribeiro
    @galvesribeiro
    yeah
    it would
    Brendan Burns
    @brendandburns
    I have devs working on the vs code extension
    (though not in the context of metaparticle)
    Gutemberg Ribeiro
    @galvesribeiro
    ic
    Brendan Burns
    @brendandburns
    it would be interesting to see if there is a good vs-code extension we could add to metaparticle
    haven't thought about it too much.
    got to run, meetings, there are some "help wanted" issues in the metaparticle github
    Gutemberg Ribeiro
    @galvesribeiro
    ok, will have a look
    ttyl
    Brendan Burns
    @brendandburns
    I'll try to file some more to capture what we discussed earlier, would love the help!
    thanks for checking it out!
    Gutemberg Ribeiro
    @galvesribeiro
    :+1:
    Fernando Calheiros
    @xfernando
    hi everyone! just found out this gitter existed! I’m the one who submitted the PR with the initial go implementation :smile:
    Mark Rendle
    @markrendle
    @brendandburns I'd like to have a go at implementing a .NET version of storage if nobody else is on it?
    Gutemberg Ribeiro
    @galvesribeiro
    @markrendle what storage?
    Brendan Burns
    @brendandburns
    @markrendle that would be awesome, though storage uses some deep tricks in JavaScript to work I don't know if equivalent things are possible in dotnet, but I'd love to see...
    Mark Rendle
    @markrendle
    Gutemberg Ribeiro
    @galvesribeiro
    Ahhhb taht is cool
    Mark Rendle
    @markrendle
    @brendandburns I took a look through the JS code and saw that you're using Harmony Proxy to catch get/set on properties. I can think of some ways to achieve something similar in .NET, I'll spike a couple of them and get feedback.