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Tabzlock
@t4bzl0ck:matrix.org
[m]
I would just use bash I am not sure what your purpose is but it seems like your overcomplicating it and im not sure if java is the best route for a gui application.
robinlovelace
@robinlovelace:matrix.org
[m]
Hi all, just to say I've joined this as a test: it works from element.io: https://matrix.org/blog/2020/12/07/gitter-now-speaks-matrix 🎉
1 reply
Alestor Aldous
@alestor123
`hey
new Date('Dec 31').toJSON().slice(5,10) getting "12-30"
Krrunal
@Krrunal
Here's my code for variable value store when I run the code get the error in render variable in undefined I want to use var outside method : function processMessage(msg, seqno, headers) {
console.log("Processing msg #" + seqno);
        var parser = new MailParser();
        parser.on('headers', headers => {
            console.log('to2----', headers.get('to').text);
            console.log('from2----', headers.get('from').text);
            console.log('subject---', headers.get('subject'));
            console.log('date---', headers.get('date'));

            var sender = headers.get('to').text;
            var reciver = headers.get('from').text;   });

        parser.on('data', data => {
            if (data.type === 'text') {
                console.log(seqno);
                console.log('msg---', data.text);  /* data.html*/
            }
        });

        msg.on('body', function (stream) {
            stream.on('data', function (chunk) {
                parser.write(chunk.toString("utf8"));
            });
        });

        msg.once('end', function () {
            parser.end();
        });


     res.render('email-reply', { title: 'Email Reply', to: sender, from: reciver });


    }
david-zed
@david-zed
Hi, I am new to Node , I have created a node server which prints to a Star receipt printer fine for both USB and WIFI when run on Windows however, when I run it on a Mac version 10.13.3 the WIFI works fine but USB does nothing, the data gets to the printer queue ok but then just dissappears into the ether. On windows I use the thermal-printer module ( built from source ) which works great, but on MAC ( again built from source ) the USB does nothing so I tried the node printer module ( also built from source ) and still nothing.
david-zed
@david-zed
var CD_INITIALIZE = Buffer.from([ 0x1b, '@']);
var CD_KICK       = Buffer.from([0x1b, 0x07, 0x0b, 0x37, 0x07]);
var CD_FONT       = Buffer.from([0x1b, 0x1e, 0x46, 0x00]);
var CD_BOLD       = Buffer.from([0x1b, 0x45 ]);
var CD_NORMAL     = Buffer.from([0x1b, 0x46 ]);
var CD_CUT        = Buffer.from([0x1b, 0x64, 0x30]);

//var deviceName = '_192_168_1_106';
var deviceName = 'Star_TSP143__STR_T_001_';

var message    = "\nDaffodil              10.00\nTulips                23.00\n"
var shopHeader = "Flowers\nBy\nDavid";

const printer = require('printer');

printRaw( CD_INITIALIZE, deviceName );
printRaw( CD_FONT, deviceName );
printRaw( CD_BOLD, deviceName );
printText( shopHeader , deviceName );
printRaw( CD_NORMAL, deviceName );
printText( message , deviceName );
printRaw( CD_CUT, deviceName );


function printRaw( data, printerName ) {
    printer.printDirect({
        data:    data,
        printer: printerName,
        type:    'RAW',
        success: function( jobId ) {
            console.log("Print RAW completed OK");
        },
        error: function( err ) {
            console.log("Print RAW error [" + err + "]");

        }
    });
};
function printText( data, printerName ) {
    printer.printDirect({
        data:    data,
        printer: printerName,
        type:    'TEXT',
        success: function( jobId ) {
            console.log("Print TEXT completed OK");
        },
        error: function( err ) {
            console.log("Print TEXT error [" + err + "]");

        }
    });
};
Siemienik Pawel
@Siemienik

I've released the alpha version of spreadsheet files importer cli: sxi. More details may be found on the package readme:
https://github.com/Siemienik/XToolset/blob/master/packages/xlsx-import-cli/README.md

(xlsx-import-cli is part of XToolset - set of high level api tools for XLSX files).

Any feedback welcomed, any stars loved :heart: .

1 reply
Jordan Harband
@ljharb
how does xtoolset differ from sheetjs
david-zed
@david-zed
Hi, I am trying to run a NODE server as a windows service but when I try to start it I get error 1053, it does not respond in a timely manner. I have checked all the suggestions provided by MS including setting ServicesPipeTimeout value in registry but still same error, my bat script is as follows:
@echo off
set STS_HOME=d:\TerminalServer
set NODE_HOME=d:\Node
del %STS_HOME%/log/sts.log
start /b %NODE_HOME%\node "%STS_HOME%\terminalServer.js" > %STS_HOME%/log/sts.log
david-zed
@david-zed
Found this which worked really well npm install -g qckwinsvc,
Michael Carleton
@micycle1

I'm trying to port this js to java

if (cells[i0] & W && distance[i1 = i0 - 1] === undefined) distance[i1] = d, frontier1.push(i1);

i1 is reassigned during the array reference -- what does the value of i1 in distance[i1] take?
the new val or old val?
Also,
Cells[i0] and W are both numbers, so "cells[i0] & W" performs a bitwise AND, then the "&&" evaluates the truthy of this, where only the number 1 is true -- is this correct?

Covenant Simon
@ccurves
Hi am fairly new to nodejs and am currently working on a project
Shekhar Ramola
@shekharramola
image.png
how do I fix this error?
I kept getting this when running a function
it is a huge operation I am doing
there are a lot of records which i am saving in the data base
Rob Simpson
@pertrai1
Hello everyone. This is my first time in here. Wanted to say hi
Erik Kralj
@erikvimz
o/
Sahil
@Jsthil99_twitter
Hello everyone
G. Szabi
@haaami01
greetings
Yousef Amar
@amar:amar.io
[m]
Hi all from Matrix!
Githubber2021
@Githubber2021
Hi everyone!
Can anyone help me? Does anyone know how to set the hash of a crypto.Hash object?
I have a sha256 hex string as input and need to convert it into such object
Tim
@tim:schumacher.im
[m]
Greetings from the Matrix 😀
codesleuth
@codesleuth:matrix.org
[m]
Yes hello! Tank cut the hard line and here we all are
Jakub Barczyk
@jakubbarczyk
I've written a short poem for all the Node people out there... ehm!
Matrix is green and so is Node
I can't express how I love to code!

:-)
Guilherme C. Souza
@GCSBOSS

Hi, everyone! I don't mean to annoy you. Would you help me answering a few (9) simple questions about your dev env setup?
https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSd7E-S207EQ7YwsC6rDzW8fxAgyCqTiRRRULysqZQbWNH_biA/viewform?usp=sf_link
Very much appreciated!

Also, let me know if by any chance this is agains the rules.

Rajpal Chauhan
@raj-here

Hi All,

Can someone please help me to write a synchronized function in Node.

What I want, when multiple request trying to access same function it should be locked for one until the data has not been processed within that function.

Here is the my code:
nodejs/help#3177

NikitaBazhenovb
@NikitaBazhenovb
Hi
You should use the callback function to do that
Rajpal Chauhan
@raj-here
Hi @NikitaBazhenovb,
Nope it is not in that case too
NikitaBazhenovb
@NikitaBazhenovb
um, could you please let me know more correctly?
in my case , it works using callback function
First, you need to make callback function and in it, you should use the functions.
Rajpal Chauhan
@raj-here
const updateData = async (index: number): Promise<void> => {
const currentVersion = await getCurrentVersion();
const latestVersion = currentVersion + 1;
const s3FileName = "file_" + latestVersion + ".pdf";
const seResult = await uploadFileToS3(currentVersion, s3FileName);
console.log("S3 Result", seResult)
setCurrentVersion(latestVersion);
console.log("RequestNumber: ", index, ", LastVersion: ", currentVersion, ", LatestVersion: ", latestVersion);
console.log(">>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>")
}
NikitaBazhenovb
@NikitaBazhenovb
app.get('/test', makecallback(controller)
});
and in controller you should define the response code.
Rajpal Chauhan
@raj-here
Ahhh, I hear you
NikitaBazhenovb
@NikitaBazhenovb
does that make sense?
Rajpal Chauhan
@raj-here
Let me check and back to you
NikitaBazhenovb
@NikitaBazhenovb
Okay
Rajpal Chauhan
@raj-here
@NikitaBazhenovb Thanks for your help
NikitaBazhenovb
@NikitaBazhenovb
Welcome
Rajpal Chauhan
@raj-here

Hi @NikitaBazhenovb,
Can you please gimme a example please.

I'm little bit confused how to use it.

NikitaBazhenovb
@NikitaBazhenovb
yeah,,, could you let me know your source project?
Rajpal Chauhan
@raj-here
Yes, sent you in private chat