[07:34:51] * ChanServ sets mode: +o temporalfox [10:58:03] <ovestoerholt> Hi. Anyone here that can provide me with some info about growing usage for Vert.x? When trying to Google it there aren't that many tutorials and examples… [12:33:57] * ChanServ sets mode: +o temporalfox
[17:06:31] <tsegismont> cescoffier, hi, for your devoxx workshop, how do you consume vertx-monitor?
[17:06:51] <cescoffier> tsegismont : I just do a demo as I need to build it
[17:07:04] <cescoffier> I've a hawkular bridge that I provide in the source code
[17:07:18] <tsegismont> I'm asking because I was about to implement the counter/gauge separation (currently all values are stored as gauges)
[17:07:33] <cescoffier> yes, right now I'm only using gauges
[17:07:40] <tsegismont> ok
[17:07:54] <cescoffier> but it's just because grafana didn't like the counter
[17:08:02] <cescoffier> counter would be nice for actual counter
[17:08:07] <tsegismont> then I'll wait a bit
[17:08:12] <cescoffier> no no
[17:08:15] <tsegismont> so that your demo runs well
[17:08:16] <cescoffier> don't worry
[17:08:22] <cescoffier> I'm reactive
[17:08:25] <tsegismont> I'll start by updating the grafana plugin
[17:08:29] <tsegismont> lol
[17:09:47] <tsegismont> also, Julien told me I need to rename the master branch “initial-work” before moving the repo to the vertx org
[17:09:51] <cescoffier> so usage of the monitor is a demo I do in front of the attendee (they have business data to implement as exercice just before)
[17:10:01] <cescoffier> so I will take the latest version on monday morning
[17:10:04] <tsegismont> and announce the move to ask for a review
[17:10:08] <tsegismont> I'll do this now
[17:10:22] <tsegismont> Then maybe you can tell me how to start CI on the project?
[17:10:26] <cescoffier> yes, it's the convention, but we will do that when everything will be merged in
[17:10:56] <cescoffier> I've a couple of this to integrate (system property for host and port and enabled)
[17:11:01] <tsegismont> ok
[17:11:42] <tsegismont> My only concern is that you and/or Julien get enough time before 3.2 to have a look at the code
[17:11:52] <cescoffier> I will take the time
[17:12:05] <tsegismont> So that, in turn, I get enough time to make changes
[17:12:08] <tsegismont> Thanks
[17:12:11] <tsegismont> appreciated
[17:12:12] <cescoffier> (well actually I did already )
[17:12:16] <tsegismont> :P
[17:12:43] <cescoffier> I would like to align the property name for all cluster managers
[17:13:37] <cescoffier> sorry not cluster manager, metric SPI
[17:13:47] <cescoffier> (context switching….)
[17:13:51] <tsegismont> :)
[17:14:02] <tsegismont> fair enough
[17:14:58] <cescoffier> oh yes, I also added the newOptions method in the impl
[17:15:02] <tsegismont> there isn't parity in metrics exposed, but agreed
[17:15:08] <cescoffier> you need it to enable the metric manager from the command line
[17:15:42] <tsegismont> is there a pull request? I got no notificaton
[17:19:01] <cescoffier> no, not yet
[17:19:09] <cescoffier> right now I try to finish the workshop
[17:19:15] <cescoffier> tomorrow it's cleanup time
[17:19:51] <tsegismont> bon courage
[17:19:52] <tsegismont> :)
[17:21:07] <cescoffier> (unbelievable the time it takes to build a VM with everything….)
[18:10:00] <kislo_metal> hi all
[18:10:43] <kislo_metal> what are you using for vertx tests? (need kind of chained test)
[18:11:40] <kislo_metal> like: put some date with rest vericle, get that data with same rest service
[18:15:51] <kislo_metal> no one write integration tests on rest endpoints?
[18:39:59] <kislo_metal> what are you using for vertx tests? (need kind of chained test) ike: put some date with rest vericle, get that data with same rest service
[19:34:38] <kislo_metal> kislo_metal: what are you using for vertx tests? (need kind of chained test) ike: put some date with rest vericle, get that data with same rest service. Thank you
[22:10:02] <s0x> hey guys, does anyone know of an approach to add clojure support for vertx 3? Is there a good reason why there is non at the moment?
[22:11:39] <tcrawley> s0x: there isn't any currently because there wasn't that much interest/usage in/of the vertx 2 clojure module
[22:12:05] <tcrawley> so I didn't think it was worth the effort to implement, and no one else has said “I'll do it”
[22:12:17] <tcrawley> that person could be *you*!
[22:13:15] <s0x> This is why I'm asking :)
[22:13:20] <tcrawley> cool!
[22:14:09] <tcrawley> I haven't used vertx 3 at all, so I don't really know what's involved, other than all the other language modules are generated via templates
[22:15:18] <s0x> I've seen that… Obviously, need to get used to that first :)
[22:16:28] <s0x> Though, I wont promis anything
[22:17:19] <tcrawley> heh
[23:10:31] <kislo_metal> what are you using for vertx tests? (need kind of chained test) ike: put some date with rest vericle, get that data with same rest service. Thank you
[23:10:58] <Sticky_> kislo_metal: vertx-unit
[23:11:12] <Sticky_> https://github.com/vert-x3/vertx-unit
[23:15:28] <kislo_metal> I was trying to use it for last week, but having AssertstionError often- I am using several Async instances (context.async()) - one for PUT call, another for GET
[23:16:23] <kislo_metal> so test is not stable..
[23:16:53] <kislo_metal> did any one faiced with such issue?
[23:17:28] <Sticky_> well only create an async instance for something you plan to complete() at some point
[23:18:01] <Sticky_> if you are not going to call complete(), dont create the Async
[23:19:32] <kislo_metal> I do call it once I done asserts for http response handler
[23:20:39] <Sticky_> well assuming you call complete() on every Async you have created, your test should end. I have never seen it fail
[23:21:59] <kislo_metal> the test is working in random way- and same behave for both case: when I run it with maven and from ide test plugins
[23:23:24] <Sticky_> are you sure the test framework is to blame, and that your test does not have a race condition?
[23:24:18] <Sticky_> if you can paste the test we may have some idea
[23:25:45] <kislo_metal> I am not ready to blame framework, just need to hear that if is not standart issue.
[23:26:55] <Sticky_> I use vertx-unit reliably, including using multiple Async's in a single test, and have not noticed any issues
[23:28:03] <kislo_metal> I will try to write the test from begining and came back if I got same issues.
[23:28:08] <kislo_metal> Thank you
[23:28:24] <Sticky_> no problem