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2018-05-01

[14:25:49] haylon: Has anyone seen/read this book before? https://chriskottom.com/minitestcookbook/
[14:28:07] haylon: Looking for a good book, tutorial about doing some testing for things outside of just testing input and output
[14:42:18] haylon: Ahh, nice Thank you leitz
[14:42:36] haylon: I might pull the trigger and buy it

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2018-01-12

[17:21:37] haylon: @hays_ if you use bundle gem new_gem_name it'll be in the exe folder unless you change the gemspec

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2018-01-01

[15:27:05] haylon: lotta weird spammers in here around this time of year
[15:27:18] haylon: Happy new years hungover people.

2017-12-28

[14:13:16] haylon: Struct, or OpenStruct ?
[14:18:17] haylon: Ah, I missed some earlier talk. I saw your splurb apeiros and thought it could be an openstruct or struck as well.
[17:04:54] haylon: Do you guys think there is a point when a library is overly documented with inline documentation?
[18:39:13] haylon: Maybe an initial flow document or something that would say this happens with this, for more information learn xyz? I personally like how AWS did their SDK docs with example inputs and the expected output and what the struct or hash looked like

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[19:53:07] haylon: Might need to setup a tty option in your sudoer's entry
[19:54:14] haylon: Speaking of vagrant, has anyone here tried using a mixture of Vagrant and OpenStack using the vagrant-openstack-provider and a HEAT template to create volumes and attach them to nodes without having to create volumes before hand?

2017-11-22

[19:28:02] haylon: Hey everyone. Has anyone worked with JRuby and Ant tasks? I'm not sure what I would need to do with my Rake task to make it so I can include the Manifest into my JAR file.
[19:34:55] haylon: @hays I usually just run the RubyInstaller for Windows and it took care of the upgrade .
[19:35:00] haylon: are you on Windows or something else?
[19:35:23] haylon: Ah, I use rbenv on MacOS
[19:35:31] haylon: and my Linux machines.
[19:45:19] haylon: So you'd have two versions, the old one and newer one
[19:52:52] haylon: btw, figured out my problem with my JRuby stuff. I wasn't undersatnding how it was dealing with the XML "translations". Had a do...end in the wrong spot

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2017-10-27

[19:08:33] haylon: Are there any native thor tasks for Rubocop? Otherwise would I have to just run it as Thor::RakeCompat?

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2017-10-21

[22:25:05] haylon: I basically wrote a DSL that generates the HTML version of whatever missing methods I gave it.
[22:25:21] haylon: It's basically almost as painful
[22:27:44] haylon: I figured it would, but I also wanted to learn how to write a DSL
[22:27:48] haylon: I didn't dig too hard into Nokogiri
[22:28:31] haylon: 'tis be simple https://github.com/predatorian3/ruby_html
[22:28:39] haylon: no tests either unfortunately.
[22:30:59] haylon: again, it was a learning exercise in how to write a DSL
[22:38:06] haylon: Thank you al2o3-cr ! I forced myself to learn the documentation bits early on so you know, when I forget, I know what I was doing/thinking.
[22:38:49] haylon: Golang docs were difficult for me to master with the package level documentation, function leve, and then testable examples.
[22:40:29] haylon: Where at?
[22:44:10] haylon: I've never seen the (->({})) thing before
[22:49:32] haylon: Got ya. I'll have to give it a whirl. I've wrote it down to try and mess with Lambdas.
[23:12:33] haylon: The last one kind of makes more sense to me
[23:12:42] haylon: although, you're getting way more out of my league here
[23:17:22] haylon: From what I understand, its to allow a function to hold off on executing the rest of its code, and do what's in the do...end block, whether that be execute other code, or assign variables.
[23:19:30] haylon: to see if there were any other methods that needed to be evaulated inside that tag
[23:19:50] haylon: basically allowing me to nest blocks
[23:22:16] haylon: I know I'm not the best at this stuff, probably sound like a doofus
[23:23:06] haylon: However, thank you for taking the time to talk to me al2o3-cr , its been super educational!
[23:23:10] haylon: stuff to look into
[23:23:28] haylon: However, I need to go and get physically running. I'm a few miles behind.

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[21:45:23] haylon: I guess you could for backend development. I've just never seen anyone do game development in ruby.
[22:58:24] haylon: I don't see why not.
[22:59:35] haylon: https://rubygems.org/gems/curses
[22:59:48] haylon: That one seems to have been updated with in the last few months.

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2017-09-17

[01:56:15] haylon: Did run into a "snag" where I can't call my Rake task twice like Rake::TestTask can.
[01:56:16] haylon: https://stackoverflow.com/q/46259961/2009612
[02:11:14] haylon: I updated my question a bit. Seems I forgot a self in there, but now its saying it doesn't know how to build {}
[02:12:01] haylon: How would I load that into IRB, just a require as usual?
[02:14:31] haylon: its showing that the @name=:stuff
[02:16:16] haylon: This is what I got `#<Phil::FooTask:0x000000042c9a58 @name=:stuff, @data=nil, @task_dependencies={}>` I might be doing something wrong
[02:17:30] haylon: Yes. Sorry, that's part of the question I updated. When I added the `self` to the define function, the task names started shwoing up properly
[02:18:56] haylon: I should've been more specific, my apologies :P
[02:29:37] haylon: instead of a hash?
[02:29:47] haylon: :facepalm: not sure why I made it a hash
[02:31:18] haylon: Well, vee_, do you want to answer my question and be the hero?
[02:33:39] haylon: I haven't had too much luck with people answering my questions lately. I've got one that's been open for a few months with only like 20 views
[02:34:50] haylon: Now I can try my other idea. I wanted to see if I could call different functions based upon what's being passed to the task name
[02:43:28] haylon: Well, So far its just learning a new skill. I wanted to make a Rake task for Golang since some projects use Make, or others use godep. I wanted to make one for Rake.
[02:43:54] haylon: I might also be working on one to make Splunk Apps, but I'm not sure how I want to structure it yet.
[02:44:52] haylon: I am working on a DSL thought o generate HTML