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[16:52:33] * ChanServ sets mode: +o temporalfox [18:38:07] <Alex_> Quick question (maybe). I am new to Vert.x. I want to get started. Is there a sample project out there I can use, or a Yeoman generator for a project to help me get started and see organized projects? [18:39:05] <Alex_> I am looking for something that shows me how to organize a Vert.x web server and client app, so I don't have a bunch of parts lying on the garage floor cluttering my ide as I am learning. [18:42:22] <millrossjez> Not that I know of, sorry, may be worth asking on the google group? [18:42:34] <Alex_> thanks [18:42:39] <Sticky> there are quite a few in the exaple projects repo [18:42:56] <Sticky> Alex_: https://github.com/vert-x3/vertx-examples [18:45:58] <Alex___> I will start there, thanks again. [18:47:56] * ChanServ sets mode: +o temporalfox

[20:48:19] <mule> I am new to vert.x, trying to get some samples running and I am not sure if my environment is set up correctly.

[20:48:28] <mule> I am following this example, super simple. http://vertx.io/vertx2/install.html

[20:48:51] <mule> when I run “vertx -version” I get “3.0.0”

[20:49:12] <mule> when I run java -version, I get

[20:49:14] <mule> java version “1.8.0_60” Java(TM) SE Runtime Environment (build 1.8.0_60-b27) Java HotSpot(TM) 64-Bit Server VM (build 25.60-b23, mixed mode)

[20:49:28] <mule> so I think I have vertx and java set up correctly

[20:51:04] <mule> I am using Linux Mint 17.2

[20:51:42] <mule> when I run “vertx run server.js” to run that simple demo, I get the following

[20:51:58] <mule> Failed in deploying verticle

[20:51:59] <mule> javax.script.ScriptException: Error: Cannot find module vertx in <eval> at line number 141 at column number 6

[20:53:33] <mule> I also have issues running the simple java examples… but I will start with the simplest scenario first. Thanks for any help.

[22:04:32] <mule> I was able to get a js example to work…

[22:05:08] <mule> so maybe the examples I am finding online and what works in 3.0.0 are out of sync (or outdated)

[23:16:41] <AlexLehm> mule: there were major changes between 2.x and 3.0, the code from 2.x does not work with 3.0