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2019-09-06

[15:37:51] mog: Read error: Connection reset by peer

2019-08-22

[00:56:34] mog: *.net *.split
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2019-08-07

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2019-08-04

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2019-08-03

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2019-07-26

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2019-05-26

[00:51:54] mog: right, i just think of the issue in question as a bug fix
[00:51:56] mog: but its fine

2019-05-25

[20:51:25] mog: josevalim, i was curious when this https://github.com/elixir-lang/elixir/commit/51d1c4de4d534de205e8eb8d89a1a2c2dd3025aa would end up in a release?
[21:03:06] mog: i meant like the sub point release, i didnt realize it would be heald till 1.9
[21:03:17] mog: but thats fine thank you for information
[21:03:22] mog: and work in general

2019-05-24

[03:54:11] mog: is there a way 13:41:14.495 ip-10-0-0-33 /var/www/api/api/var/log/erlang.log.1 17:41:11.056 request_id=2mgm1ck57h34ag9f4k14os04 [error] [is there a way to debug where in my code the task is hanging when it times out {:timeout, {Task, :await, [%Task{owner: #PID<0.24543.1117>, pid: #PID<0.23728.1133>, ref: #Reference<0.3233932738.3938975748.41493>}, 5000]}}
[03:54:47] mog: sorry for bad paste. is there a way to debug where in my code the task is hanging when it times out {:timeout, {Task, :await, [%Task{owner: #PID<0.24543.1117>, pid: #PID<0.23728.1133>, ref: #Reference<0.3233932738.3938975748.41493>}, 5000]}}
[03:55:48] mog: only 1% or so of my requests are hanging so its a little difficult to put in things around it.

2019-05-10

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2019-05-09

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2019-05-05

[22:40:41] mog: is there a good way to stream all contents from an ets table?

2019-05-02

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2019-05-01

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2019-04-28

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2019-04-26

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2019-04-13

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2019-04-05

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2016-05-23

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[17:31:31] mog: im having a problem with ruby strings. when i run this line puts "Agent##{agent.id}: #{message}" i get an error U+00E2 from UTF-8 to US-ASCII
[17:31:41] mog: the message has unicode in it so that makes sense
[17:31:59] mog: how do i tell it to have this be a utf8 string and not a ascii one
[17:32:38] mog: ruby 2.3.0p0 (2015-12-25) [x86_64-linux]
[17:33:42] mog: no im trying to fix this bug in some software i use
[17:33:55] mog: and this is where the stack trace takes me
[17:34:14] mog: and if i comment out the puts line the software runs fine i just dont get a new line in my log file
[17:34:48] mog: thats what i thought apeiros but the error message made me think otherwise
[17:34:59] mog: how can i check for that ?
[17:35:08] mog: like i can grep the tree for ASCII
[17:35:11] mog: or something similar
[17:35:33] mog: yes this outputting to a log file
[17:36:58] mog: https://github.com/cantino/huginn/blob/master/app/models/agent_log.rb#L18
[17:37:13] mog: im not sure how it works im not a ruby programmer just trying to make patch for this project
[17:38:42] mog: sure. thank you
[17:39:53] mog: {:stdout=>#<Encoding:US-ASCII>, :string=>#<Encoding:UTF-8>}
[17:41:07] mog: yup, can i set stdout to utf8?
[17:41:43] mog: my gemfile has Encoding.default_external = Encoding::UTF_8 and Encoding.default_internal = Encoding::UTF_8
[17:41:52] mog: i thought that did that?
[17:42:36] mog: yes iti s
[17:42:41] mog: er yes it is
[17:43:46] mog: config.encoding = "utf-8"
[17:43:55] mog: is in the application.rb as is
[17:44:23] mog: LANG=en_US.UTF-8
[17:44:26] mog: its all utf8
[17:46:34] mog: okay i fixed it by adding # encoding: UTF-8
[17:46:41] mog: to the top of the file that has the puts in it
[17:47:28] mog: havent changed anything but that and its no longer failing on my string
[17:47:32] mog: thanks for help
[17:57:29] mog: patch submitted. thanks again for your help apeiros
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2016-05-19

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[03:36:02] mog: how does ffi_lib find libraries? i have libcurl.so installed but ffi_lib says it cant find it
[03:50:22] mog: figured it out i needed to change my ld_library_path
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2016-05-18

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2016-05-17

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[16:34:50] mog: hi i am trying to build a bundle and it gets tuck on a package Gem::InstallError: string-scrub requires Ruby version < 2.1, >= 1.9.3.
[16:34:57] mog: but i am running ruby 2.0
[16:35:04] mog: so not sure why i keep getting that error
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[17:17:10] mog: how do i point bundle to my rubygems dir properly?
[17:17:22] mog: it keeps trying to find gems in my system dir
[17:17:29] mog: but not where it actually installed them
[17:19:27] mog: i have gem_home set
[17:19:32] mog: not gem_path though
[17:22:34] mog: jhass, that did nt do it , still looking for json in systemdir
[17:26:22] mog: fixed it
[17:26:28] mog: i was using system bundler somehow
[17:47:07] mog: rake cant seem to find my gems LoadError: cannot load such file -- google/api_client
[17:47:23] mog: even though it was running from within my gems /home/mog/rubygems/gems/rake-11.1.2/bin/rake:33:in `<top (required)>'
[17:50:26] mog: i dont have root on this box so i set the gems dir to my home dir
[17:50:41] mog: but it doesnt seem like its looking correctly when rake is run
[17:51:57] mog: my gem env looks right too
[17:53:51] mog: trying that now
[17:59:38] mog: jhass, same thing http://pastebin.com/ZMezykkM
[18:00:02] mog: oh thanks ruby[bot] wont do it again.
[18:00:44] mog: gem "google-api-client", require: 'google/api_client'
[18:00:50] mog: is in my gemfile
[18:02:28] mog: and the file is in the bundler dir