These are chat archives for opal/opal

22nd
Jul 2015
Elia Schito
@elia
Jul 22 2015 00:01

ah, that’s great
I’ll add a note about this in my presentation then
this will be in 0.9, right?
btw, any timeline for 0.8 and 0.9
and overall roadmap
it’d be nice to mention something along those lines in my talk

@bbatsov @vais That'd be awesome, basically 0.8 is out, and just needs some blog post to line out how things work now and what's new, I'd be happy to post it on the opal's blog no matter who writes it, tho it'd be cool if it was by @vais ;)

For 0.8 I think I still have to check some of the libs in the opal org and ensure they're gemspec allows for it

wrt 0.9 I'll set a milestone on GH soonish and see if there's anything we absolutely want to be part of it before shipping, otherwise –given the general feedback– the only feature left is to ensure all docs are updated (see the PR from @jeremyevans). Again I'll support anyone who volunteers.

As @fkchang said once “four kids and demanding job” take a lot of time, doing my best with the time I (don't) have left.*

* not to complain of course! …just to explain why I don't push things harder (as I would like)

cc @meh

meh.
@meh
Jul 22 2015 00:02
sounds good to me
Elia Schito
@elia
Jul 22 2015 00:06
:star2:
Rick Carlino
@RickCarlino
Jul 22 2015 02:14
Have any tutorials yet been written on the topic of creating Opal libs for public consumtion / sharing?
Gustavo
@goddamnhippie
Jul 22 2015 02:25
Hi, sorry if this has been asked before I haven’t found anything related to this: the opal-browser and opal-jquery have some overlap in functionality, can I use both at the same time? Should I prefer one over the other?
meh.
@meh
Jul 22 2015 02:31
goddamnhippie, there are very high chances shit will break
goddamnhippie, especially with the DOM stuff
Gustavo
@goddamnhippie
Jul 22 2015 02:34
so opal-jquery would be more stable but opal-browser is simpler/modern?
Jared White
@jaredcwhite
Jul 22 2015 02:56
I'm running behind this week, so Opalist issue will probably be released Thursday. cc @fkchang
Forrest Chang
@fkchang
Jul 22 2015 05:00
@jaredcwhite cool for me, then I'll have a second entry then, maybe with @RickCarlino 's (local screencast god) blessing, a screencast
@goddamnhippie there are some collisions w/opal-jquery, but they can be used together, I have them together in 1 app load order matters, and knowing which is which (I will try to dig up the details, I should've written it down), but if I'm doing opal-rails, I tend to go the path of least resistance and just use opal-jquery since rails comes w/jquery. At some point I will both figure out what the collisions are exactly and figure out how to do opal-rails w/o jquery
Gustavo
@goddamnhippie
Jul 22 2015 13:00
thanks @fkchang
Rick Carlino
@RickCarlino
Jul 22 2015 13:01
haha go for it @fkchang
Jared White
@jaredcwhite
Jul 22 2015 15:24
@fkchang Damn! I totally forgot I'd said it will go out Thursday, and I ended up with enough time to put it all together this morning and send it out. Sorry about that -- at least now you'll have plenty of time before the next issue!
Mitch VanDuyn
@catmando
Jul 22 2015 19:29
Is there way to turn off source maps for gem code (I am just doing something wrong...) React.rb gem for example is pulling all the source jobs in