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  • Jul 10 2018 12:46
    pksunkara reopened #54
  • Jul 10 2018 12:46
    pksunkara reopened #34
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  • May 23 2017 14:27
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  • Nov 11 2016 23:45
    pksunkara reopened #19
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  • May 06 2015 05:44
    pksunkara commented #9
Dobrosław Żybort
@matrixik
Sorry if I'm missing something
Pavan Kumar Sunkara
@pksunkara
since, you have method as delete, you can't define a query parameter for now
Dobrosław Żybort
@matrixik
that code is just example
Pavan Kumar Sunkara
@pksunkara
The point stands. Any method except GET doesn't allow query params as default
People can send query params in options of your function though
Dobrosław Żybort
@matrixik
Yea, ArangoDB API is a little mess... My problem here is that collection is required and I would like to force lib users to set it explicitly.
Thank you for replies.
Andrew Cutler
@macropin
Is anyone using Alpaca with Django Rest Framework?
Andrew Cutler
@macropin
What's the best approach for fixing up the python templates? I've found a few bugs.
Pavan Kumar Sunkara
@pksunkara
Hey @macropin Can you make issues on the github and tell me more about the bugs? Thanks
Andrew Cutler
@macropin
@pksunkara I'll do that, but I'd like to raise them against the latest version. Do you have instructions on how to compile v1 branch? I've been having difficulty building alpaca with anything other than go get github.com/voltgrid/alpaca. Using make has given me mixed results.
Pavan Kumar Sunkara
@pksunkara
@macropin Do go get github.com/pksunkara/alpaca which will clone the original repo into your $GOPATH, now go to it, checkout v1 branch and then run make && make install which will install v1's alpaca into your $GOBIN
Andrew Cutler
@macropin
@pksunkara I've tried that. make doesn't build a binary. See http://pastebin.com/MnYLzVJm
Andrew Cutler
@macropin
A colleague suggested a different approach. This seems to have worked http://pastebin.com/sgGGqgL2
Andrew Cutler
@macropin
It seems now that command above, built a broken binary. It only partly renders the expected output api. No errors given.
Pavan Kumar Sunkara
@pksunkara
@macropin In http://pastebin.com/MnYLzVJm you didn't do make install after make which installs the binary.
and what do you mean by this? partly renders the expected output api.?
@macropin I really would love to help you, do you want chat at some specific time?
Mustafa Velioglu
@mustafavelioglu
Hi folks, I wonder, why alpaca has dependencies which are only installing via mercurial ?
I couldn't install them without mercurial. I saw some workaround on issues that downloading dependencies manually.
I don't know how go works. I just want to try alpaca.
Pavan Kumar Sunkara
@pksunkara
@mustafavelioglu If you are trying to install for development, you would need mercurial since that is how golang installs the dependencies.
But if you want to simply try it, download one of the binary mentioned on the readme and use it directly
Mustafa Velioglu
@mustafavelioglu
@pksunkara IMO, installing for development environment should not require the mercurial. Please correct me, if i am wrong. But, please correct me if i'm wrong. But, dependency of mercurial is not related to golang. Go lang just imports it's dependencies via git repositories. The main problem of this situation is type of the related repositories are hg. If you have a chance to use packages which are hosted by git. We will not need to install mercurial.
Pavan Kumar Sunkara
@pksunkara
Go lang imports dependencies from either git or hg or svn. It depends on where the dependency's source is available.
But, I understand what you meant by asking me to use git as much as possible. I tried doing that, but the bitbucket.org/pkg/inflect is the best inflection module out there and it's in hg. So, I am sorry.
Mustafa Velioglu
@mustafavelioglu
@pksunkara thanks for your attention. I hope time will bury mercurial to history :)
Dobrosław Żybort
@matrixik
Go language source is hosted with Mercurial: https://golang.org/doc/install/source#mercurial
go get tool to operate properly assume you have installed Bazaar, Git, Mercurial and Subversion https://golang.org/cmd/go/#hdr-Remote_import_paths
If you want to test alpaca don't forget to use v1 branch: https://github.com/pksunkara/alpaca/tree/v1
Alain Jacomet Forte
@alainjacomet
any configuration docs for the harvest or upwork APIs ?
Pavan Kumar Sunkara
@pksunkara
@ajf- All the configuration is documented in the README itself. But they are for the v0.2.1 version. If you want to use the master version, you should look at the examples folder
Sean
@swreeser
Hello
Pavan Kumar Sunkara
@pksunkara
@swreeser Hello, Can I help you?
rohitsalim
@rohitsalim
Hello
Is anyone here?
rohitsalim
@rohitsalim
I am following the instructions
Sorry backing up.. Want to give more context
I want to use alpaca to generate a python client library for an HTTP Rest API I built
I followed the instructions
and a python library is being created
However, none of the classes are being created under the api folder
blob
To test out alpaca, I used api.json, pkg.json and doc.json under the examples/helpful so I doubt my JSON is incorrect
Has anyone run into a problem like this before?
rohitsalim
@rohitsalim
cc: @pksunkara
Evan Reeves
@JadedEvan
Having many issues trying to get this binary to run. I've tried installing it from the tars and the .deb package, but neither work. I've also attempted to build this on my own, using the instructions in the README, which also fails at various points with different go issues. Not feeling that the README is correct for those wanting to build on their own. Any input @pksunkara ?
Sam Cambridge
@samcambridge
@pksunkara I've noticed there is an issue with the buffer-alpaca package, I've also noticed that there are PR's outstanding from last year, if i create a patch will it be merged? or am i better off forking and creating my own?
Pavan Kumar Sunkara
@pksunkara
Answered on github