These are chat archives for reactioncommerce/reaction

6th
Oct 2016
Frank Gutierrez
@dearfrankg
Oct 06 2016 02:52 UTC
trying to install and getting these errors:
Using settings file at settings/dev.settings.json

Setting up plugin imports...

[[[[[ ~/dev/code/research/applications/reaction ]]]]]

=> Started proxy.
=> Started MongoDB.
Warning: unable to resolve "stage-2" in presets of /Users/frankg/dev/code/research/applications/reaction/.babelrc
=> Errors prevented startup:

   While building for web.browser:
   imports/plugins/included/default-theme/client/styles/fonts.less:3: Unknown
   import: {}/node_modules/font-awesome/less/variables.less

=> Your application has errors. Waiting for file change.
Aaron Judd
@aaronjudd
Oct 06 2016 02:54 UTC
@dearfrankg you are using the reaction-cli? what is the reaction -v output?
Frank Gutierrez
@dearfrankg
Oct 06 2016 02:54 UTC
Node: 5.12.0
NPM: 3.8.6
Reaction: 0.16.1
Reaction CLI: 0.4.4
@aaronjudd I am using reaction-cli
Aaron Judd
@aaronjudd
Oct 06 2016 02:56 UTC
k, while I’m trying to replicate, can you run meteor npm install then reaction?
Frank Gutierrez
@dearfrankg
Oct 06 2016 02:56 UTC
seems to be working...
@aaronjudd thank you
Aaron Judd
@aaronjudd
Oct 06 2016 02:59 UTC
cool, I’m still updating dependencies, but looks ok to me as well.
Frank Gutierrez
@dearfrankg
Oct 06 2016 03:00 UTC
ok - time to play with the new toy -- thanks again
Aaron Judd
@aaronjudd
Oct 06 2016 03:00 UTC
:thumbsup:
Frank Gutierrez
@dearfrankg
Oct 06 2016 03:02 UTC
@aaronjudd one question - I wanted to look at the database data - how can I get into the mongo client to look around?
Aaron Judd
@aaronjudd
Oct 06 2016 03:02 UTC
localhost, port 3001
no credentials
Frank Gutierrez
@dearfrankg
Oct 06 2016 03:02 UTC
@aaronjudd ok great - thanks again
Aaron Judd
@aaronjudd
Oct 06 2016 03:05 UTC
np - I just looked for it in the docs, but we’ve really hidden this. it’s a useful factoid that should probably highlighted somewhere
Brent Hoover
@zenweasel
Oct 06 2016 03:50 UTC
I know it’s in the tutorial doc but agree that it’s not super visible
Michael Jenny
@prinzdezibel
Oct 06 2016 16:47 UTC
@jshimko: Why not kadirahq/meteord ?
Jeremy Shimko
@jshimko
Oct 06 2016 16:50 UTC
Yeah, no thanks. They don’t support their stuff. The generally throw a mostly working repo up and then ignore it forever (see the issues/PR’s on both of the meteor versions). I wrote mine from scratch and I use/maintain it. I’m done depending on Arunoda/Kadira for important software that needs regular dependency updates.
Michael Jenny
@prinzdezibel
Oct 06 2016 16:50 UTC
Could it be because of troubles like [meteor 1.4] AssertionError: "undefined" === "function" ?
Trying the whole day to fix this.
Jeremy Shimko
@jshimko
Oct 06 2016 16:51 UTC
Seriously, ditch meteord unless you plan to fork it and run your own copy. They will never accept your PR if you fix it.
Confirmed many times.
Michael Jenny
@prinzdezibel
Oct 06 2016 16:51 UTC
@jshimko THANK YOU for your advise. I buy it immediately!
thx
Jeremy Shimko
@jshimko
Oct 06 2016 16:53 UTC
Look at the code for both. There’s almost no difference in what gets installed in mine. Mine just happens to get updated when it should and isn’t published by some dude that never finishes or supports anything he publishes.
Michael Jenny
@prinzdezibel
Oct 06 2016 16:54 UTC
Wow. Publishing and forget is a PITA.
Jeremy Shimko
@jshimko
Oct 06 2016 16:58 UTC
To be fair, that’s the contract we all agree to when we use someone else’s code, so I can’t say he owes the support to anyone. But if you’re going pitch your projects to the community and then ditch and not support them, you should probably respond to the issues/PR’s and say so out of respect for the people that are trying to debug/fix your project. 
Michael Jenny
@prinzdezibel
Oct 06 2016 16:58 UTC
+1
Jeremy Shimko
@jshimko
Oct 06 2016 16:58 UTC
And he doesn’t owe that either. It’s just a nice thing to do.
Spencer Norman
@spencern
Oct 06 2016 16:59 UTC
also getting support for a paid kadira license is a huge PITA, so it’s not just his OS projects that don’t get support
Jeremy Shimko
@jshimko
Oct 06 2016 17:00 UTC
not even a little surprising
Quality, not quantity man. But you just keep pumping out those disposable React utilities though...
Michael Jenny
@prinzdezibel
Oct 06 2016 17:35 UTC
@jshimko Thank you again. this time it works like a charm. If I just had listened to you yesterday ..
Lesson: dockerhub pull numbers is not everything..
Jeremy Shimko
@jshimko
Oct 06 2016 17:37 UTC
Nope. Pretty sure they’re not even remotely correct either. I have private containers that have hundreds of pulls and I am 100% positive I didn’t pull them that many times.
It’s probably like npm - where they have caching servers that distribute images and every time a cache server pulls it gets incremented