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[19:31:57] JonasOSDever: Hello, I've got a question about ruby's regex: Is there a way to capture all occurences of a subgroup in a match?
[19:32:33] JonasOSDever: I tried to split a string into 'arguments' using /^(?:\s*"([^"]*)"|\s*([^\s]+))*(?:;.*)?$/ (break on space, but preserve "" and stop on ;), but it only spits out the last match for each group
[19:35:17] JonasOSDever: Well, depends on your definition. I'm getting an input string from the Telegram webhook and I'm trying to parse arguments after the bot command
[19:35:48] JonasOSDever: Not if ARGV == command line args, if that's your definition

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[17:57:07] JonasOSDever: Hello, right now I'm trying to install the Rails 5 beta gem on Windows. It fails building the native extension for hiredis, but I don't have a redis server anyways, so is there a way of getting gem install rails5 running without it?
[18:19:31] JonasOSDever: fox_mulder_cp: Meh, already assumed it's not a good idea. Windows is my main development OS though :/
[18:29:02] JonasOSDever: Papierkorb: Danke fuers Beileid ;) Well actually I could setup a VM for that, it's just I wanted to know if there's a way without that because a) I hate working with one monitor only and b) Deutsche Telekom AG will slow my connection after a certain download limit -- which is why I avoid set up VMs needing images to download
[18:29:24] JonasOSDever: But it appears it's the only way right now... Well, gotta push the (traffic) limits
[18:48:43] JonasOSDever: fox_mulder_cp: As for my laptop in school and for my servers I also prefer linux. And surely it's a great OS. But for some reason I don't want to switch my desktop due to the lack of VS ^^
[18:50:02] JonasOSDever: Well as for VS Code yes. But it lacks the rest of the IDE as of now, so...
[18:50:15] JonasOSDever: The compiler is actually crap, but the IDE itself is the nicest I know
[18:56:48] JonasOSDever: VIM is life, I agree, but it doesn't have a debugger or profiler so :D
[19:05:17] JonasOSDever: Well you can also say the other way around, if you want to VS to have these features, write a plugin. :p
[19:06:15] JonasOSDever: Maybe it's just a personal preference, but I'm used to it and so is that. Port it, together with Adobe PSE (no, not GIMP) and Adobe PRE to linux and I won't rely on Windows anymore
[19:06:25] JonasOSDever: But we're really getting off-topic
[19:06:38] JonasOSDever: Seems like I'll have to setup some VMs later this evening
[19:08:18] JonasOSDever: I do have Windows Server, Hyper-V is not an issue. And Debian FTW :p
[19:08:54] JonasOSDever: As I said, the main problem is that my monthly internet traffic is limit by my ISP (w/o alternative), so...
[19:09:10] JonasOSDever: ik, but getting it for free as a student... why not :D
[19:10:16] JonasOSDever: fox_mulder_cp: Welcome to the German countryside
[19:11:01] JonasOSDever: We don't even have landlines
[19:11:06] JonasOSDever: I have to use crappy LTE
[19:56:47] JonasOSDever: Btw, just saying, Debian 8 IS using systemd
[19:57:01] JonasOSDever: Supports Sys-V-Init in terms of compatibility as well, however
[20:04:30] JonasOSDever: Oh cmon, who is using apache anyways :D
[20:05:02] JonasOSDever: Simply use nginx and you're fine :p
[20:05:09] JonasOSDever: jk, I know how hard porting configs is
[20:07:10] JonasOSDever: What size of htaccess-Files are we talking about? Because nginx can handle the stuff in it's config files as well, having provided the right modules
[20:07:30] JonasOSDever: If it's just some auth-basic and rewriting it shouldn't be a too big problem
[20:09:38] JonasOSDever: But honestly, if it's just an auth-basic config and a few rewrites try convincing them of rewriting it. I doubt clients will do it as managers are like 'it worked in 1950, so it works now as well' but meh
[20:09:57] JonasOSDever: Actually I don't see what htaccess supports that nginx doesn't (with a different syntax)
[20:12:15] JonasOSDever: Well you can actually include config files from subdirs but I understand that's not possible, if the apps use a htaccess-File for each subdir
[20:14:00] JonasOSDever: fox_mulder_cp: Poor you :(
[20:19:16] JonasOSDever: I agree... Yet it seems quite odd to me being bound to one specific server just of one (ineffective) way of controlling access
[20:25:18] JonasOSDever: As far as I understood you are only using apache because of that one file, which is parsed at every request
[20:26:03] JonasOSDever: one type of file then
[20:26:19] JonasOSDever: Yet the point it that it does re-read the whole structure on every request

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2015-05-05

[13:49:19] JonasOSDever: Raverix: Did you enable passenger in the vhost config? I never used Apache with Passenger (just nginx) but I doubt simply installing passenger will automagically enable it for every site
[13:59:58] JonasOSDever: Raverix: Mmy, interestingly apache seems not to need an additional PassengerEnable or something in the vhost config like nginx does. Did you try to work through the passenger guide for apache?
[14:00:04] JonasOSDever: If not, do so
[14:00:31] JonasOSDever: Or at least try to serve some minimal rack-up application (config.ru only returning a minmal html or something)