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[00:24:01] <TheMightyBuzzard> mecctro, ye gads man, you're not trying to build a dev vm from scratch, are you?
[00:27:31] <mecctro> I am, waddling through it
[00:28:20] <mecctro> already dealing with issues lol
[00:29:16] <TheMightyBuzzard> dude, i'll sanitize the one i'm using if you really want one. even me and paulej72 don't build them from scratch.
[00:29:33] <TheMightyBuzzard> only NCommander has managed that so far
[00:29:54] <mecctro> I want to, so I understand what is going on. Also, I haven't played with perl, so this should be a pretty fun learning experience.
[00:30:06] <mecctro> also I can then automate that shit later.
[00:30:07] <TheMightyBuzzard> also, it has to be perl 5.20.1 or prior. 5.20.2 will not work with our code for some reason.
[00:30:32] <mecctro> I was trying to get it to build with 5.20.0, but it complained.
[00:30:55] <TheMightyBuzzard> shouldn't, we've built using both 5.20.0 and .1
[00:31:16] <mecctro> on what OS?
[00:31:17] <TheMightyBuzzard> or rather NCommander has. the rest of us huddle in the corner.
[00:31:26] <TheMightyBuzzard> ubuntu 14.04 lts
[00:32:19] <mecctro> building on debian, it's going "ok" so far, just some issue I was trying to hurdle, complaining about the main perl version, not build-env
[00:32:23] <TheMightyBuzzard> when me or pj needs a dev vm, we install 14.04 then scp over the /srv/soylentnews.org directory and a database dump from dev.
[00:33:53] <TheMightyBuzzard> then of course we gotta get all the perl modules necessary installed and such, so it's still a mess of work but at least it don't rise to the level of needing NC around to do it
[00:33:59] <mecctro> what version of perl is 14.04 running? (if you know off hand)
[00:34:22] <TheMightyBuzzard> i honestly don't. we built perl from scratch as well as apache and mod_perl
[00:35:07] <TheMightyBuzzard> mysql you can use basically any version of course.
[00:35:15] <TheMightyBuzzard> and it don't gotta be custom built
[00:36:21] <TheMightyBuzzard> we're currently using mysql-cluster though, so when you find ndbd in the source, replace it with whatever kinda table you prefer
[00:36:39] <TheMightyBuzzard> think we used innodb before switching to cluster
[00:37:29] <mecctro> sounds decent.
[00:37:41] <TheMightyBuzzard> scuse me, ndb not ndbd
[00:37:45] <mecctro> mhm
[00:38:12] <TheMightyBuzzard> man, if you get that working we're gonna be harassing the hell out of you to join staff
[00:39:11] <mecctro> I'll probably get it working and sort the installer on debian, it's just a few oddities in the Makefile. Not sure about staff or what-have-you, but I'll have a fork on github if need-be.
[00:39:46] <mecctro> it's getting close, just sorting mod_perl, then we'll see what the next issue is... lol
[00:40:13] <mecctro> on a side-note, argute is learning english from the channels it's in, I hope that's not a problem.
[00:40:16] <TheMightyBuzzard> s'what i said when i dived into making utf-8 work. paulej72 wouldn't leave me alone till i joined.
[00:40:27] <TheMightyBuzzard> nah, they're all publically logged
[00:40:45] <TheMightyBuzzard> publicly even
[00:40:49] <mecctro> I figured as much, just wanted to disclose (even though it's broke atm)
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[01:01:16] <TheMightyBuzzard> oh hey, the db as written in the code will not work. you'll need a sanitized version. nobody has done an install in so long that the db code has had basically no debugging for two years or so.
[01:02:55] <crutchy> time for prepared statements?
[01:03:23] * TheMightyBuzzard prepares a statement
[01:03:58] <TheMightyBuzzard> Statement: our old db code is shit and half of it is in the wrong files.
[01:07:11] <mecctro> no worries, I'll buzz when I need a version, I'm nowhere near that point yet lol
[01:07:39] Bytram|away is now known as Bytram
[01:08:12] <TheMightyBuzzard> actually, you are. you'll need a working db as soon as you go to run the install-slashsite or whatever it is
[01:08:40] <mecctro> I'm not going to poke your eye out for it, if that's what you're after lol
[01:09:00] <Bytram> mecctro: consider me *IMPRESSED* -- that is some serious dev-fu you got going there!
[01:09:09] <TheMightyBuzzard> good good cause ima be out of town for two weeks and spending a good bit of those mornings fishing.
[01:09:31] <TheMightyBuzzard> afternoons after my post-fishing nap i should be handy though
[01:09:31] <mecctro> sounds serene.
[01:09:52] * TheMightyBuzzard starts singing It's a Hard Knocks Life
[01:10:17] * mecctro zen-glides
[01:32:23] <mecctro> Bytram - wish I had more time to do all the things...
[01:33:00] <Bytram> Same here! I'm so busy working, I don't have time to do the stuff that I *want* to do!
[01:33:39] <mecctro> I'm like stretch armstrong
[01:33:44] <Bytram> lol
[01:33:57] <Bytram> what ever happened to 'Plasticman' ??
[01:34:33] <mecctro> I have no idea, wasn't there a game or something?
[01:34:47] <mecctro> it was ages ago for me, hard to remember.
[01:36:43] <Bytram> was before my time, as well
[01:40:19] <TheMightyBuzzard> it was a comic book and a cartoon, you puppies
[01:43:16] <mecctro> 2spoopy4me
[01:43:53] * TheMightyBuzzard sighs and goes to run some kids off his lawn
[01:44:18] * Deucalion hands TheMightyBuzzard the flame thrower....
[01:44:26] <mecctro> I've worked on servers older than I.
[01:45:02] <TheMightyBuzzard> ah well, at least paulej72 is older than me. 75 here
[01:46:21] <mecctro> 25
[01:46:47] <TheMightyBuzzard> year not age
[01:47:16] <TheMightyBuzzard> ye gods. 96 was 20 years ago and i could drink.
[01:47:33] <mecctro> hell, I've met older on the interwebs
[01:47:48] <TheMightyBuzzard> ya, we're second gen neckbeards
[01:48:20] <TheMightyBuzzard> both old enough to smoke when win95 came out
[01:48:28] <mecctro> lol
[01:48:34] <mecctro> rebels ;)
[01:48:40] <Deucalion> effin yougsters :P
[01:48:56] * TheMightyBuzzard steals Deucalion's cane
[01:49:16] <mecctro> you showed him!
[01:49:27] * Deucalion falls down
[01:49:32] * mecctro poops youth
[01:49:33] <TheMightyBuzzard> dude, Deucalion, wtf? peppermint? who even makes three foot candy canes?
[01:49:55] <mecctro> Santa, is that you?
[01:50:19] <Deucalion> I use them to lure the kids to the lawn so I can exercise my flame thrower chasing them off it!
[01:50:22] <mecctro> some sort of exodused elf, more likely.
[01:50:39] <TheMightyBuzzard> ooooh, that's brilliant and evil. i approve.
[01:51:10] <mecctro> doesn't that burn your lawn?
[01:51:49] <TheMightyBuzzard> worth it
[01:52:00] <Deucalion> Needs good stocking on the canes - they tend to melt when a flame thrower or napalm is involved in the latter parts of things... but meh... I eat for free! AMIRIGHT!
[01:52:24] <mecctro> You probably shouldn't be wearing that bee-suit either then...
[01:55:29] <Bytram> how else is he to get buzzed?
[01:56:11] * Bytram thinks he is the 'old fart' in the room... first put hand to Teletype (tm) back in '72 or so.
[01:56:33] <TheMightyBuzzard> right, ima go sleep now before i get started on puns and end up here for another hour
[01:56:42] <Bytram> though, as for that, methinks JR could prolly beat me out on that
[01:57:55] <Bytram> TheMightyBuzzard: you might want to save this link in your 'toolbox' somewhere: http://www.quirksmode.org
[01:57:56] <mecctro> peace tmb
[01:57:56] <aqu4>  ^ "3Screen size tests"
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[09:31:06] <mecctro> looks like I got mod_perl installed a bit faster than I expected.
[09:39:00] <mecctro> still not sure if it's working, got to sort db gunk, but it compiled.
[10:26:03] <mecctro> you'd know better than I if this is simply a perm issue, or something further (broken SQL / etc)
[10:26:04] <mecctro> http://pastebin.com
[10:26:05] <aqu4>  ^ "3dis ting - Pastebin.com"
[10:30:18] <TheMightyBuzzard> sounds like a perms thing. you have a mysql user named slash with all perms for that db including create?
[10:30:27] <mecctro> well... or just DBIx misconfig in general.
[10:31:23] <mecctro> I will now
[10:31:45] <TheMightyBuzzard> but those db creation scripts will fail because some alterations to tables are in the main upgrades file rather than in the plugin thing they were supposed to go in. makes the table have too many columns for inserting the default data.
[10:34:11] <mecctro> I figured that was the end result, I suppose I could swap out a sane config of slash / DB manually until / or I can fix the DB init
[10:34:24] <TheMightyBuzzard> speaking of, if you want to sort that particular mess out and create a pull request, it would be much appreciated.
[10:35:49] <mecctro> the DB install?
[10:36:14] <TheMightyBuzzard> yar
[10:36:59] <TheMightyBuzzard> really we should just create it fresh but it's possible to find what's erroring and move it out to a plugin as well
[10:37:11] <mecctro> Does the "normal" process of installing work up to that point on Ubuntu?
[10:37:17] <mecctro> pre-DB
[10:37:36] <mecctro> ergo: following the "INSTALL" procedure / compilation
[10:39:11] <TheMightyBuzzard> possibly. it's been over a year since i tried.
[10:39:19] <TheMightyBuzzard> but i think i may have gotten it that far
[10:40:10] <mecctro> It compiled with Perl 5.24.0, but I'm not sure if it "really" works yet.
[10:40:40] <mecctro> the Makefile was also missing a double quote...
[10:40:41] <mecctro> lol
[10:41:26] <mecctro> anyways, if I can get a SQL dump, I can probably sort the rest of the DB install.
[10:41:40] <mecctro> an*
[10:41:49] <TheMightyBuzzard> aright, you can have a copy of the one i'm using
[10:42:05] <TheMightyBuzzard> passwords/emails have all been changed
[10:42:20] <mecctro> I wouldn't expect any less.
[10:42:20] <TheMightyBuzzard> and i think i scrubbed everything else what needed it
[10:42:41] <mecctro> no-rush, I'm happy to have gotten this far.
[10:43:13] <TheMightyBuzzard> it'll need some reconfiguring cause i configure my dev vms a little funky. that's quite doable though
[10:43:40] <mecctro> funky?
[10:44:10] <TheMightyBuzzard> yeah, sitename and port will need to be changed in several places
[10:45:05] <mecctro> no biggy
[10:45:37] <mecctro> mostly just need to fix the broken install schema
[10:46:09] <mecctro> there were a few other weird gotchas, but I've been keeping track.
[10:46:46] <TheMightyBuzzard> well do one or the other. either use this db or properly fix the db install bits. trying to do both will just confuse you.
[10:47:38] <mecctro> I'd be fine with either, but prefer to just fix it properly.
[10:49:38] <mecctro> Also, are there any potential pitfalls / benefits of bumping to perl 5.24.0 (I know jack about perl)
[10:49:52] <TheMightyBuzzard> well shit, can't scp from the vm to my host
[10:50:36] <mecctro> woops
[10:50:37] <TheMightyBuzzard> mecctro, mostly that it will let you find out exactly what all broke in moving >= 5.20.2
[10:50:59] <mecctro> gotcha, thought it might be like php in that regard.
[10:51:01] <TheMightyBuzzard> oh, nevermind, there's a perfectly good webserver on the dev vm, duh
[10:52:11] <mecctro> as long as it's scrub-a-dub-dubbed.
[10:53:50] <mecctro> nifty, part of the DB is there... which means it's somewhat working
[10:54:10] <mecctro> so it probably did boom-boom from the schema brokenage.
[10:54:20] <TheMightyBuzzard> https://tmb.dedyn.io
[10:54:21] <aqu4> Failed to connect to retrieve page title.
[10:54:37] <TheMightyBuzzard> oh wait, wrong link
[10:54:44] <mecctro> ;)
[10:54:44] <TheMightyBuzzard> https://tmb.dedyn.io
[10:54:44] <aqu4> Failed to connect to retrieve page title.
[10:55:01] <TheMightyBuzzard> da hell you talkin bout, aqu4
[10:55:17] <mecctro> big thanks, now that I see that it's not (just?) perms, this should be breezy baby
[10:55:47] <TheMightyBuzzard> that'll stuff you up with users and stories and all kinds of crap
[10:56:02] <mecctro> It's cool, I can read it for schema
[10:56:21] <TheMightyBuzzard> no i mean it's handy like that
[10:56:22] <mecctro> the install-slash...something, did dump part of the DB in
[10:56:26] <mecctro> uh
[10:56:29] <mecctro> yes, also neat
[10:56:34] <mecctro> for later tiddling
[10:56:49] <mecctro> also, did you say something about fcgi?
[10:57:07] <TheMightyBuzzard> yeah, me and NCommander are thinking about moving from mod_perl2 to fastcgi
[10:57:17] <TheMightyBuzzard> and thus being able to drop apache
[10:57:45] <mecctro> ;)
[10:57:48] <TheMightyBuzzard> wishful thinking stage of planning currently
[10:57:58] <mecctro> you peaked my interest, thus needing to do this...
[10:58:36] <NCommander> mecctro, there's a target in the Makefile (build-environment) which will automatically download and build all of rehash's dependencies including Perl
[10:58:42] <TheMightyBuzzard> only user's password i remember on that site is The Mighty Buzzard:rehash though there might be a rehash:rehash login as well.
[10:59:20] <TheMightyBuzzard> NCommander, indeed and it ~almost~ works
[10:59:37] <NCommander> mecctro, if you grab the code and do make ENVIRONMENT_PREFIX=/where/its/going build-environment you're in business
[10:59:52] <NCommander> TheMightyBuzzard, did it break? I use it to upgrade dependencies on production for deployment, but I don't test it regularly
[11:00:23] <TheMightyBuzzard> NCommander, last time i tried it for a dev vm install it had some borkage in building mod_perl2 i think it was
[11:00:25] <NCommander> TheMightyBuzzard, the only thing it didn't do was install DBIx::Password but it states what you have to do.
[11:00:37] <mecctro> the dependency building seems fine, the init is wonky for the DB, I am also running Deb.
[11:00:38] <NCommander> TheMightyBuzzard, ugh, its possible something bitrot. CPAN sucks because you can't pin to a version
[11:00:45] <TheMightyBuzzard> yar
[11:00:50] <mecctro> cpan was... fun
[11:00:59] <TheMightyBuzzard> cpan still is fun
[11:01:01] <NCommander> mecctro, we use Ubuntu 14.04. It should *theorically* work with standard MySQL but we don't regularly test that configuration
[11:01:12] <TheMightyBuzzard> should theoretically work on windows
[11:01:20] <NCommander> did work on Hurd
[11:01:22] <NCommander> :)
[11:01:30] <TheMightyBuzzard> you psycho, you
[11:01:35] <NCommander> ^_^
[11:01:36] <TheMightyBuzzard> but that's why we lurve ya
[11:01:54] * NCommander is currently cooking a cross-compiler and waiting for his laptop to sublime
[11:02:12] <mecctro> It works fine, just a few minor things: there is a missing double quote in Makefile, there is no "nobody" group in debian
[11:02:25] <mecctro> some other weird shit with cpan
[11:02:28] <mecctro> lol
[11:02:50] <TheMightyBuzzard> oh, you don't gotta go with nobody:nobody. we sure as hell don't.
[11:02:54] <NCommander> mecctro, we use USER=slash GROUP=slash
[11:03:05] <NCommander> since it was still called slashcode when it was setup and I'm too lazy to change the name in hesiod
[11:03:07] <mecctro> it should be set, but the default bombs
[11:03:33] <NCommander> mecctro, I suspect that's probably been broken since before the site been lived. Slashcode's original documentation said basically "Red Hat only"
[11:04:20] <NCommander> I honestly will never understand the staying power of RHEL in the market. It's a fucking joke compared to Debian
[11:04:25] <TheMightyBuzzard> me, i'd just pour that db dump into your db and start figuring out why it won't start.
[11:04:30] <mecctro> sure, no worries, just figured if I'm going through the crap, I might as well document any weirdness, and maybe get the DB init up to w.e. your current schema (so it doesn't DB bomb site-install)
[11:04:51] <NCommander> mecctro, DB install should be done as part of install-slashsite, then run upgrade-database to bring it up to date
[11:05:06] <NCommander> schema management hasn't been something that has never been handled well by rehash though :(
[11:05:15] <NCommander> At least we aren't stuck with the old upgrades file.
[11:05:55] <TheMightyBuzzard> NCommander, i put some stuff that should go in plugin sql in regular upgrades sql and it now don't work and i haven't gotten around to making it do so again.
[11:06:21] * NCommander whacks TheMightyBuzzard
[11:06:22] <TheMightyBuzzard> least i think it was me
[11:06:28] <mecctro> ^
[11:06:31] <NCommander> TheMightyBuzzard, probably you. I haven't touched the stuff in awhile
[11:07:08] <NCommander> mecctro, slash/rehash scales wonderfully but it really shows why Perl sucks for large websites :/
[11:07:17] <mecctro> fcgi ;)
[11:07:29] <mecctro> }:)
[11:07:30] <TheMightyBuzzard> blerg.
[11:07:31] <TheMightyBuzzard> ~blame
[11:07:40] <NCommander> I will be exceptionally happy when we can kick Apache to the curb
[11:07:46] <NCommander> Apache 2.4 really sucked
[11:08:20] <mecctro> I dumped Apache for any personal dev stuff a couple years ago, mostly from all the shit hassle of 2.4
[11:08:23] <TheMightyBuzzard> and yet /. made it work with a userbase that could bring any other site to its knees
[11:09:58] <mecctro> don'y get me wrong, Apache has been great to me over the years, but I find myself wanting simpler, cleaner, lighter solutions now (nginx, caddy) / etc
[11:09:59] <TheMightyBuzzard> okay folks, i'm in and out today. right now i'm out and starting the coals for smoking some pieces of old dead pig.
[11:10:20] <mecctro> no worries, good luck on the smokin' thanks for the dump, no pun intended.
[11:10:24] <TheMightyBuzzard> yar
[11:10:44] <TheMightyBuzzard> it should just fire up after slurping that dump in
[11:10:56] <TheMightyBuzzard> or something approaching firing up anyway
[11:11:49] <mecctro> sure
[11:12:02] * mecctro rubs hands together slow and fervantly.
[11:20:33] <TheMightyBuzzard> okay, neighbors are all still asleep so i'm not gonna bother starting the coals yet since they're contributing pig to the ritual sacrifice too.
[11:21:48] <mecctro> wouldn't want to just eat coal
[11:24:45] <TheMightyBuzzard> indeed. or, more importantly, have to deal with two differently timed racks of ribs.
[11:45:21] <mecctro> should the install SQL reflect the dev schema defaults, for example: posttype default is different in each.
[11:46:22] <mecctro> it also appears the dev dump has better field constraints.
[11:47:57] <mecctro> well... minus the "improved threading"
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[12:01:22] <mecctro> nvm, it's a key that has no field
[12:02:25] <mecctro> and description spelled wrong... a few different ways lol
[12:02:56] <mecctro> http://pastebin.com
[12:02:56] <aqu4>  ^ "3woops - Pastebin.com"
[12:09:36] <mecctro> ok, sorted
[12:09:55] <mecctro> well I think, not sure what the point "KEY" was for
[12:37:41] <mecctro> probably threading
[12:37:53] <mecctro> improvedthreading
[12:38:33] * TheMightyBuzzard peeks back in
[12:40:18] <TheMightyBuzzard> mecctro, the dev db reflects the plugins we have installed as well as our personalized configuration. it can't be used as a baseline db.
[12:40:55] <mecctro> It's ok, turns out to be a couple small issues with the schema and insertion.
[12:40:57] <TheMightyBuzzard> for the purposes of correcting the baseline db setup sql scripts
[12:41:03] <TheMightyBuzzard> yar
[12:41:50] <TheMightyBuzzard> plugins installed can and do alter default tables by adding columns and such. this really is not a good thing but it is what it is.
[12:42:08] <mecctro> I tested will every plugin install.
[12:42:27] <mecctro> and yes, that can make things fun
[12:43:07] <TheMightyBuzzard> one of my screw-ups was altering a table in the upgrades file instead of from a plugin where it should have been done.
[12:43:28] <TheMightyBuzzard> so the base inserts fail because they don't match up
[12:43:40] <mecctro> mhm
[12:44:38] <mecctro> there might be more wrong with the upgrades, I just checked the schema / defaults where it bombed on install.
[12:45:02] <TheMightyBuzzard> nod nod
[12:45:49] <mecctro> anyways, I made the changes on a fork, master branch, I don't know shit about working with other people, so if that's the wrong way let me know.
[12:46:12] <mecctro> (pre-pull)
[12:46:52] <mecctro> I'll fry another clean build to make sure it's proper, though.
[12:47:16] <TheMightyBuzzard> on a fork on any branch is fine but it's just easier on you to work on a non-master branch and then do the pull from there. that way you always have a clean master branch to create new branches from so you can have multiple ones going at once and not get hung up waiting on someone to merge your pull request.
[12:48:55] <TheMightyBuzzard> if you work from master you don't have that clean branch to create new ones from and you have to wait until we merge into SoylentNews/master before you're up to date with it again.
[12:49:47] <TheMightyBuzzard> okay, now i really do gotta get the coals started. neighbors and their rack of ribs be damned if they can't get them over here by 8-8:30
[12:50:41] <mecctro> good point. here's the changes I made: https://github.com
[12:50:42] <aqu4>  ^ "3Comparing SoylentNews:master...mecctro:master · SoylentNews/rehash · GitHub"
[12:50:56] <mecctro> have fun with your coals n meats ;)
[13:00:56] Bytram|away is now known as Bytram
[13:03:50] <TheMightyBuzzard> that'll probably work but points is really supposed to come in from the Moderation plugin and we're not supposed to try to insert to it from the base site install
[13:06:16] <mecctro> then I can nuke the portions of the default inserts containing that field
[13:07:05] <TheMightyBuzzard> or just yank the field out of the inserts, yeah
[13:15:12] <TheMightyBuzzard> Bytram, mecctro is working on rehash install procedure. you get to Bytram it when it's done. =P
[13:22:16] <mecctro> shouldn't be too hard, like a wrench in butter.
[13:25:19] <Bytram> I just finished reading the scrollback... zoinks!
[13:25:48] <Bytram> am I dreaming or are we ambling towards a pushbutton build & deploy capability?
[13:27:22] <mecctro> also seems there's a missing template reference to "editTags;users;default" in : "themes/default/THEME", is this needed?
[13:27:44] <mecctro> well, first it needs to install, but thereafter.
[13:27:51] <mecctro> @Bytram
[13:28:19] <Bytram> mecctro: ahoy!
[13:28:32] <Bytram> do you mean there is a template that is not being referenced?
[13:28:57] <mecctro> It's being referenced, but doesn't seem to exist...
[13:29:33] <mecctro> I'll just nuke it and make a comment.
[13:30:14] <Bytram> oh, a ref to a non-existant item.... that's different
[13:31:47] <mecctro> I think that's most of the bombs, I'll burn the VM, and restart to make sure I didn't miss anything.
[13:32:51] <Bytram> really appreciate the sleuthing and fixing you're doing -- quite impressive!
[13:33:45] <mecctro> it's really nothing that big, probably stuff that just... slipped through lol.
[13:33:50] <crutchy> !grab TheMightyBuzzard
[13:33:50] <Bender> Added quote 8
[13:34:11] <crutchy> ~define-add Bytraming to break
[13:34:13] <exec> syntax: ~define-add <term>, <definition>
[13:34:20] <crutchy> ~define-add Bytraming, to break
[13:34:21] <exec> definition for term "Bytraming" set to "to break"
[13:34:23] <Bytram> !quote 8
[13:34:23] <Bender> Quote 8 - <TheMightyBuzzard> Bytram, mecctro is working on rehash install procedure. you get to Bytram it when it's done. =P
[13:34:45] * Bytram smiles
[13:34:59] <Bytram> and needs to take a break... is a work day for me
[13:35:01] <Bytram> biab
[13:35:25] * mecctro sneakily looks around for a fire can...
[13:39:58] <mecctro> I'll pass-over the install on a new VM later, need a break for now.
[13:40:15] <mecctro> it "should" not bomb on install now, though.
[13:40:31] <Bytram> btw, where was that template referenced?
[13:40:50] <mecctro> "themes/default/THEME"
[13:40:59] <mecctro> I'm thinking it was going to be a new addition?
[13:41:13] <mecctro> or something old and forgotton
[13:41:16] * mecctro shrugs
[13:42:39] * mecctro consults the oracle
[13:44:17] <Bytram> #smake LarryElison
[13:46:40] <mecctro> #sbreak RaliLoseryn
[13:49:46] <Bytram> a quick thought... file may have existed at one time and then been deleted... should be some way to look in the repo to see that, I would *think*, but have no idea how to do that... check with TheMightyBuzzard, NCommander, or paulej72 on that one.
[13:49:46] <Bytram> ok, really gtg
[13:49:46] <Bytram> biab
[13:50:51] <NCommander> I'm not sure. Make sure you run update-templates -U. There's a few bits to non-existant templatees we never fixed. editTags suggests its part of the old tags code that never got deleted
[13:57:54] <mecctro> I'm not sure I see a a direct connection in template-tool, but I'll be sure to poke around on my second pass to make sure it isn't required.
[14:20:16] <NCommander> mecctro, after you get a few PRs done, I'll add you as a committer to git and give you access to lithium, our dev box
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[15:52:57] Bytram is now known as Bytram|away
[18:43:30] <mecctro> no worries NCommander, I just felt like I should help.
[18:44:06] <mecctro> I mean... where else would I get my entertainment?
[18:44:24] * mecctro light VM on fire
[20:48:03] <mecctro> new VM installed without complaining, I'll start seeing what-else is wrong with it...
[20:54:48] <mecctro> (compilation)
[21:26:00] <mecctro> apachectl -k stop
[21:26:05] <mecctro> woops
[21:28:54] <mecctro> latest fun, probably me borking something with the install?
[21:28:55] <mecctro> http://pastebin.com
[21:28:55] <aqu4>  ^ "3slash start - Pastebin.com"
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