@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.
Orleans has a provider model that allow the distributed actor state to be stored in a backend storage. For example azure tables, sql, dynamodb etc... if metaparticle has a storage option I would like to create an Orleans storage provider for it :smile:
@brendandburns Would it make sense for JS and .NET to be able to access/modify the same scopes?
So I could set a variable in JS and then access it from .NET, &vv?
It would be cool, though not absolutely required.
@brendandburns, from what I read earlier on this channel you prefer not to use external CLIs directly, and instead use the APIs. So I started improving the go docker executor/builder and at the same time replacing the use of os/exec with talking to docker using their API. Is this what you expect executors and builders to do from now on?
yeah, that's a good thing, I think. Not required, but useful. The other option is to add functionality into the metaparticle-ast compiler to do things like Docker builds
hmm, I see
I'll take a deeper look at metaparticle-ast
Hello, I'm going to have some time over the holidays which I'd like to use to hack and write docs. I'm probably going to start with adding extra files to images in Java and go from there
Sounds great. Thank you!
I got very sick for a week, which took me out, but I'm hoping to have a decent enough starting repo up for readthedocs tomorrow. Minimal content, but it's a start, and I figured out how to do those fancy "pick what language instructions to show" blocks.
@brendandburns I saw you reverted docker push to using docker’s executable because it didn’t support registry authentication, so I opened an issue to work on adding authentication support where I lay out some options for doing that, looking for some feedback before I start implementing it :smile: