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    Roland Geider
    @rolandgeider
    There are also data files for the exercises, but that list is not current. I have to dump the database
    Damián Suárez
    @retrofox
    ic
    Damián Suárez
    @retrofox
    do you know if there is some organization which regulates a workouts standard or something like that?
    Roland Geider
    @rolandgeider
    Don't think there is, every app/project does its own thing
    Damián Suárez
    @retrofox
    I was taking a look to Garmin connect for instance
    do you think it could be useful working on kinda of standard and the equivalences between the most important services?
    Макс Романов
    @romanmakc_twitter
    hey, guys anybody here?:) trying to set up wger on vestacp, but no luck for 3 days:( i am newbie in Python, seems a bit different way to activate it
    so i have:
    wger user
    have /web/DOMAIN/private/django/env
    and /web/DOMAIN/public_html with .htaccess and django.wsgi
    this was default setup of vestacp (apache configured also)
    what to do next, i don't know
    help me with advice
    Yogendra Singh Idapachi
    @yogiii363
    Hi everyone, I really liked the project. I have learned django recently so can you guys guide me in which areas I can contribute to this project.
    Ashley A
    @ashattack
    Hey, I own a gym and a meal prep company and I would like to implement wger for my clients. Is anyone here looking to do some development work?
    Christophe De Troyer
    @m1dnight
    I'm trying to get wger up and running on my ubuntu box and I keep getting incompatible dependencies
    Is this a known issue? I've tried with a venv with python3 and python2
    django-filter 2.0.0 has requirement Django>=1.11, but you'll have django 1.9.13 which is incompatible.
    That's the error I get.
    I'm installing a fresh VM to be sure I didn't poop my machine with any previous tinkering.
    Christophe De Troyer
    @m1dnight
    Ah it started working all of a sudden. Tinkered a bit with the virtual envs.
    Veltarn
    @Veltarn
    It worked by changing requirement.txt django requirements right?
    chteufleur
    @chteufleur
    Hi there ! How do I change shell path? By default it use "/bin/bash", but I would like to use another path.
    Veltarn
    @Veltarn
    Hey @chteufleur do you mean for your Linux user?
    Because I don't see where wger uses shell path :)
    chteufleur
    @chteufleur
    @Veltarn I want to install it on a FreeBSD jail. I did a "pip install wger", and I got the issue on command "wger bootstrap".
    Veltarn
    @Veltarn
    Can you paste the output ?
    if you know the path, you can use the command chsh [username], the command will ask you for the path and will change it for the given user if specified, if you didn't specified it, it will change it for the current user
    Maybe it's not in wger, but in the file /usr/local/lib/python3.6/site-packages/invoke/runners.py, there is a comment that say default shell is "/bin/bash".
    Veltarn
    @Veltarn
    when you run the jail command, do you specify the terminal (It may be a stupid question but i'm not totally familiar with BSD ;) )
    chteufleur
    @chteufleur
    A jail is like a whole system. When I go into the jail, it's like if I login into a
    *into a Linux system. My terminal is (by default) /bin/csh.
    Veltarn
    @Veltarn
    Ok, i found
    I have a temporary and dirty solution
    Veltarn
    @Veltarn
    Open this file: /usr/local/lib/python3.6/site-packages/wger/main.py at line 36
    The line should be like that:
    run(invoke_cmd + ' '.join(args), pty=True)
    Modify it this way:
    run(invoke_cmd + ' '.join(args), pty=True, shell="/bin/csh")
    chteufleur
    @chteufleur
    Much better, thanks. Got another error, but easy to fix (sqlite to install).
    Veltarn
    @Veltarn
    you're welcome :)
    I will try to submit a push request to fix this
    do you regularly manage BSD servers ? (pretty curious about this since I'm a sys admin only under Linux :) )
    chteufleur
    @chteufleur
    This is my self hosted server than I run on FreeBSD. I really love jail system and I found FreeBSD more stable than Linux.
    chteufleur
    @chteufleur
    @Veltarn I did the same in file: "/usr/local/lib/python3.6/site-packages/wger/tasks.py" at line 114
    changed line: context.run('npm install bower')
    to: context.run('npm install bower', shell="/bin/csh")
    chteufleur
    @chteufleur
    Now I get an error on bootstrap wger: https://nextcloud.kingpenguin.tk/s/8jxqbFw8xfwor88
    Veltarn
    @Veltarn
    @chteufleur Ok, I will modify wger command to optionnally specify a path to another shell
    Mmh never saw this error before, can you check in the sqlite database if it's empty?
    You told me you try to install wger from pip, right?
    chteufleur
    @chteufleur
    And yes, I installed it from pip.
    j-sutton
    @j-sutton
    Hey, there's no reason I couldn't develop on mac, right? I'm having issues with the required versions of django when installing
    Veltarn
    @Veltarn
    Hi @j-sutton sorry for the delay I haven't been notified.
    There is issues with the requirements.txt file that tries to get the latest version of Django but wger is not compatible yet.
    I saw several forks of the software (mine included) that fix this issue
    And no, there is absolutely no reason you couldn't develop on mac, you only need Python, an editor and thats all :)
    edsoncudjoe
    @edsoncudjoe
    Hi guys, is the wger app EOL? I see the main branch hasn't been updated in over a year
    Georg
    @teadur
    so my workflow should be, make a workout with the excercises i want and then add weights to that workout under correct day ?
    the problem is that if i for example do usually 7 reps so i have 7 fields where to put the reps/weight amount
    but for example some day i did 8 reps how should i add the data then ?
    Georg
    @teadur
    rolandgeider: whats the state of the project ?