These are chat archives for reactioncommerce/reaction

23rd
Jul 2016
Aaron Judd
@aaronjudd
Jul 23 2016 00:16
@TzelonMachluf_twitter pull latest from development branch, and also npm install -g reaction-cli to update to the latest cli
Tzelon Machluf
@TzelonMachluf_twitter
Jul 23 2016 08:33
Thanks, I will try it
Tzelon Machluf
@TzelonMachluf_twitter
Jul 23 2016 09:22
It's working ! thank you
digitsu
@digitsu
Jul 23 2016 10:42
hello, I'm just starting out playing with reaction, and I seem to be missing any sort of default themes that should be in the /imports/themes/default dir. Do I need to get them from somewhere?
And on the dashboard under Themes all I see is "Base" and it seems broken as the config widget is non-functional
anyone see the same?
digitsu
@digitsu
Jul 23 2016 11:14
ah nevermind I believe the docs are just stale
3Maestros
@3Maestros
Jul 23 2016 15:59
I see that v14 has new project structure ex "package" folder no longer exists, is there any document taking through this change from v13?
3Maestros
@3Maestros
Jul 23 2016 17:55
@jshimko Thank you!
hrath2015
@hrath2015
Jul 23 2016 20:23
@jshimko will prod deployment using mupx or standard meteor way (meteor build --directory /code/rc14 --architecture os.linux.x86_64) will work? I guess not as pulgins.js is not created .
Jeremy Shimko
@jshimko
Jul 23 2016 20:24
as long as you run meteor npm install at least once (which the CLI does when you run reaction init)
Both mupx and meteor build will build what is currently in your app directory. So just make sure you’ve run meteor npm install at least once and you should be good.
hrath2015
@hrath2015
Jul 23 2016 20:26
thannks
Jeremy Shimko
@jshimko
Jul 23 2016 20:27
sure
hrath2015
@hrath2015
Jul 23 2016 20:27
will be trying it soon
Jeremy Shimko
@jshimko
Jul 23 2016 20:29
or you can always manually run the plugins script.
.reaction/docker/scripts/plugin-loader.sh
hrath2015
@hrath2015
Jul 23 2016 20:29
yup that I noticed
Jeremy Shimko
@jshimko
Jul 23 2016 20:29
but running meteor npm install or starting the app at least once accomplishes the same thing.
both of which you presumably do before deploying anyway
hrath2015
@hrath2015
Jul 23 2016 20:30
yes