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Forrest Chang
@fkchang
@bolandross did you really type gem install browser instead of gem install opal-browser ?
bolandross
@bolandross
@fkchang I indeed did. In the README.md it said require 'browser', so I thought the name of the gem was just 'browser'. Having now installed the the correct gem 'opal-browser' I am unfortunately still getting the same error message, "can't find file: 'opal-browser'"
Forrest Chang
@fkchang
@bolandross the gem name for installation is opal-browser, but inside your opal code you just require 'browser'
bolandross
@bolandross
@fkchang Hey. I tried again, installed the correct gem (opal-browser) and then used require 'browser'. Unfortunately, the same error message remains (can't find file: "browser" in [...])
Toby Mao
@tobymao
hello, i'm trying to implement an incremental compiler and i think i'm pretty close, it seems like the code gen is correct, however, the running opal code cannot find my module

```Opal.modules["engine/game_error"] = function(Opal) {
var self = Opal.top, $nesting = [], nil = Opal.nil,

KaTeX parse error: Can't use function '$' in math mode at position 1: $̲ = Opal.const_g…: $ = Opal.const_get_qualified, 
= Opal.const_get_relative, $breaker = Opal.breaker, $slice = Opal.slice, $module = Opal.module, $klass = Opal.klass;

return (function($base, $parent_nesting) {
var self = $module($base, 'Engine');

var $nesting = [self].concat($parent_nesting);

(function($base, $super, $parent_nesting) {
  var self = $klass($base, $super, 'GameError');

  var $nesting = [self].concat($parent_nesting);

  return nil
})($nesting[0], $$($nesting, 'RuntimeError'), $nesting)

})($nesting[0], $nesting)
};

```

this is what one of the code gen snippets looks like, but when i go to the browser the Opal.Engine constant isn't loaded even though Opal.modules['engine'] is there
at a high level, what i'm doing is for every file that i want to incrementally compile, i create a javascript version of that file. then i concatenate all of them using a topological sort. then i require this javascript file in my main app
Toby Mao
@tobymao
ok i think it's because the require is not getting called, probably because it's a JS file and it has it's own build processor
Toby Mao
@tobymao
i think the solution is i need to make my own processor so that mark_as_required is not injected, then the code will get loaded as normal
lunarfyre7
@lunarfyre7
Should I target rubygems or npm for making an opal binding for a js library?
lunarfyre7
@lunarfyre7
I see, opal libraries seem to use gems mostly
Guillaume Grossetie
@Mogztter
What do you mean by Opal binding?
For Asciidoctor.js -- Asciidoctor (Ruby) transpiled to JavaScript using Opal -- the package is published on npm
lunarfyre7
@lunarfyre7
oh wow that definitely is worth looking into how they do their builds
By binding I mean making a wrapper for a js library
been looking into using opal-webpack-loader for it
Guillaume Grossetie
@Mogztter
Oh OK, in your case it's the other way around then, a Ruby library API on top of a JS library? In this case, it makes sense to publish a gem
Andy Maleh
@AndyObtiva
Hi, can someone pair with me on my new Opal open-source project: https://github.com/AndyObtiva/glimmer-dsl-opal ? I need help setting up opal-rspec and hooking JS listeners using opal-browser or an alternative. Thanks.
Andy Maleh
@AndyObtiva
In opal-browser, how do you hook an onchange listener to a select element? I tried a simple Ruby select(onchange: proc), but that literally hooked the proc object instead of converting it into a JavaScript anonymous function as I would have intuitively expected.
It seems it is time to upgrade from opal-browser to opal-jquery. It supports the event listener hook behavior I need (i.e. Ruby block/proc becoming a JS anonymous function as an event listener). Great!
Andy Maleh
@AndyObtiva
OK, I just realized event listening with Ruby blocks does exist in opal-browser too as an undocumented feature. I found it buried by digging deep down into the code: https://github.com/opal/opal-browser/blob/master/opal/browser/event/base.rb Sweet!!! I guess I'll stick to opal-browser for now.
Thanks all for being my Rubber Duck!
Benoit Daloze
@eregon
Hello, is there anyone around who could help me figure how the MSpec setup works in Opal? I'd like to add a new formatter or tweak one
Guillaume Grossetie
@Mogztter
I can try :)
(btw, I think the official chat is now: https://opalrb.slack.com)
Benoit Daloze
@eregon
I managed by basically running subset of specs, so didn't need modifications.
I tried to add a new formatter but would end up running in "constant not found" error even though I required the file defining that constant.
https://github.com/opal/opal#readme still points to Gitter
Toby Mao
@tobymao
how do we join the opal slack? are invites open?
Toby Mao
@tobymao
i have a large opal project and wanted to improve my compilation times so i built an incremental compiler for my workflow, wanted to discuss how to bring that into opal / if it's wanted
Toby Mao
@tobymao
found the link to the slack, the invite can be found on the opal home page https://opalrb.com/
Larry North
@LarryNorth
It seem that Gem i18n cannot be used with Opal because it depends on current-ruby, which has native extensions. Is that correct? If so, how is internationalization/localization done with Opal?
hmdne
@hmdne
@LarryNorth I will be certainly touching this topic in the future, but for now I see no immediate solution.
Just in case, we are mostly on Slack currently.
Full Stack Ruby on Rails Developer
@webdev778
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Full Stack Ruby on Rails Developer
@webdev778
Ruby 2.5 Windows,bundle installed failed as you can see, it's all working on 2.4, 2.6 2.7
not sure what causing this issue
Sebastien Pede
@SebastienPede

Greetings all, maybe you guys can help. I am creating an Angular project using the new scully Static site generator configuration. When i build my angular project using scully, i get the following error:

⠹ method 'new' not defined in
    at Object.Opal.udef (C:\users\sebo\desktop\fireship\scullytest\node_modules\asciidoctor.js\node_modules\opal-runtime\src\opal.js:1784:28)
    at C:\users\sebo\desktop\fireship\scullytest\node_modules\asciidoctor.js\node_modules\opal-runtime\src\opal.js:6225:12
    at C:\users\sebo\desktop\fireship\scullytest\node_modules\asciidoctor.js\node_modules\opal-runtime\src\opal.js:6227:7
    at Opal.modules.corelib/boolean (C:\users\sebo\desktop\fireship\scullytest\node_modules\asciidoctor.js\node_modules\opal-runtime\src\opal.js:6302:5)
    at Object.Opal.load (C:\users\sebo\desktop\fireship\scullytest\node_modules\asciidoctor.js\node_modules\opal-runtime\src\opal.js:2300:7)
    at $Object.Opal.require (C:\users\sebo\desktop\fireship\scullytest\node_modules\asciidoctor.js\node_modules\opal-runtime\src\opal.js:2328:17)
    at Opal.modules.opal/mini (C:\users\sebo\desktop\fireship\scullytest\node_modules\asciidoctor.js\node_modules\opal-runtime\src\opal.js:18607:8)
    at Object.Opal.load (C:\users\sebo\desktop\fireship\scullytest\node_modules\asciidoctor.js\node_modules\opal-runtime\src\opal.js:2300:7)
    at $Object.Opal.require (C:\users\sebo\desktop\fireship\scullytest\node_modules\asciidoctor.js\node_modules\opal-runtime\src\opal.js:2328:17)
    at C:\users\sebo\desktop\fireship\scullytest\node_modules\asciidoctor.js\node_modules\opal-runtime\src\opal.js:23338:8

the Logs do not show much detail about what is causing an error. An help would be appreciated !

Forrest Chang
@fkchang
@ylluminarious you still frequent here?
George Plymale II
@ylluminarious
@fkchang unfortunately, no, i'm not as frequent here as i used to be. is there anything interesting going on in opal-land? :slight_smile:
Forrest Chang
@fkchang
@ylluminarious Not yet. I was curious if you were still doing opal-phaser
George Plymale II
@ylluminarious
@fkchang yeah, i unfortunately haven't worked on that in a while. i'd like to work on it again, though. i do have a project that, if i can get it off the ground, would provide me the chance to work on it again and really flesh things out / update it. i'd also be happy to help you with it if i can, or if you want to help out with anything currently existing there.
Forrest Chang
@fkchang
@ylluminarious I had the notion to make a game as sort of a promotional effort, so then of course I'd want it on the web, and to do in ruby/opal, so I thought I'd look at opal-phaser - probably a Doom/Castle Wolfenstien type of 1st person shooter
Eugene Obrezkov
@ghaiklor_twitter

Hi everyone,

I've just upgraded the opal and started getting the following errors:

LoadError: cannot load such file -- erb

Does anyone know how can I debug it?

Andy Maleh
@AndyObtiva

Hi Folks!

Just a few Opal-related-gem announcements:

Enjoy!

Akash Srivastava
@akashdotsrivastava
Hi Folks
I need some guidance in setting up Opal in a NextJs app.
Forrest Chang
@fkchang
@akashdotsrivastava try the opal slack, that's where most of the activity is these days https://slack.opalrb.com/