These are chat archives for reactioncommerce/reaction

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Jun 2018
hrath2015
@hrath2015
Jun 01 2018 04:13 UTC
@Jik1 in screen shot, error is not CALL_AND_RETRY_LAST. It is related to libvips for sharp. As I suggested earlier it is gonna tough on the machine u have. Looks like old 32 bit config. Try to get latest or move to linux.
midhunom
@midhunom
Jun 01 2018 05:05 UTC
Same error for me , using ubutu 18 LTS Microsoft Azure npm 5.6.0 nodejs v9.11.1
Brent Hoover
@zenweasel
Jun 01 2018 05:06 UTC
@midhunom You’re getting an error about 32-bit Intel Architecture?
midhunom
@midhunom
Jun 01 2018 07:12 UTC
Linux azurecloud 4.15.0-1012-azure #12-Ubuntu SMP Wed May 16 18:01:18 UTC 2018 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux
midhunom
@midhunom
Jun 01 2018 07:20 UTC
Linux azurecloud 4.15.0-1012-azure #12-Ubuntu SMP Wed May 16 18:01:18 UTC 2018 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux
gc-admin@azurecloud:~/reaction$ dpkg --print-architecture
amd64
gc-admin@azurecloud:~/reaction$
Brent Hoover
@zenweasel
Jun 01 2018 07:35 UTC
@midhunom the error above is about windows 32-bit architecture, and you said you were getting the same error
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German Bortoli
@Germanaz0
Jun 01 2018 11:56 UTC
Question: Does reaction has hot reloading if I modify a content like HTML or LESS while develooping ? I ran reaction using reaction debug and nothing happens
midhunom
@midhunom
Jun 01 2018 14:18 UTC

@zenweasel gc-admin@azurecloud:~/reaction$ sudo reaction init

Cloning the master branch of Reaction from Github...

Cloning into 'reaction'...
remote: Counting objects: 120619, done.
remote: Compressing objects: 100% (76/76), done.
remote: Total 120619 (delta 49), reused 63 (delta 28), pack-reused 120514
Receiving objects: 100% (120619/120619), 45.51 MiB | 8.18 MiB/s, done.
Resolving deltas: 100% (68586/68586), done.

Installing NPM packages...

npm ERR! code 1
npm ERR! Command failed: /usr/bin/git clone -q git://github.com/reactioncommerce/transliteration.git git-clone-4a11f454
npm ERR! /home/gc-admin/.npm/_cacache/tmp/git-clone-4a11f454/.git: Permission denied
npm ERR!

npm ERR! A complete log of this run can be found in:
npm ERR! /home/gc-admin/.npm/_logs/2018-06-01T14_17_20_377Z-debug.log

Error: Node modules were not successfully installed. Exiting.

Loan Laux
@loanlaux
Jun 01 2018 14:25 UTC
Additionaly, don't use sudo with the Reaction CLI
midhunom
@midhunom
Jun 01 2018 14:26 UTC
@loanlaux Thanks
German Bortoli
@Germanaz0
Jun 01 2018 14:36 UTC
about reaction
none answered me yet :S
how to edit files inside the project and view them
updated, without the needed of recompile
Jeff Mason
@masonjeffreys
Jun 01 2018 16:13 UTC
All, I'm trying to find the right ecommerce solution for my company. We sell services to ~1000 events every year. Each event requires potentially a different subset of our product catalog and unique pricing. I.e. we need to be able to setup ~1000 stores every year. Also, we have some configurable products with pretty complex pricing calculators behind them. Could Reaction be a fit for this scenario?
Loan Laux
@loanlaux
Jun 01 2018 16:31 UTC
Sounds like the custom pricing mechanism will have to be custom-developped. Otherwise, I see no problem as far as setting up a lot of stores. From what I can read, Reaction would be a great fit.
Jeff Mason
@masonjeffreys
Jun 01 2018 16:36 UTC
Thanks @loanlaux . Would the custom pricing mechanism be just an npm package? I'm not super familiar with the node ecosystem at this point.
The last big trick is that we'd like multiple people to be able to work on an order. Like one person adds the first item, another person adds other items, and a third person reviews/submits payments. Is that doable?
midhunom
@midhunom
Jun 01 2018 16:51 UTC

cd reaction
gc-admin@azurecloud:~/reaction$ reaction
Setting up plugin imports...

Installing dependencies for connectors-shopify...

up to date in 0.097s
Setting up style imports...

Provisioning assets...

Extracting meteor-tool@1.6.1... /
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Akarshit Wal
@Akarshit
Jun 01 2018 18:35 UTC
It does take a lot of time to start reaction for the first time.
Isaac Weber
@ikey2244
Jun 01 2018 19:15 UTC
is there anyway to start using the new features you guys are planning to come out with now? The current build times for reaction are crazy. If you make one change and save it takes 1 minute to even realize a change was made and then another minute at least to rebuild the page. it's faster to just stop and start the app but you have to change the port because it thinks there is a meteor instance still running on the port you were just using....if there isn't a way to speed this up my team will be forced to abandon this project