[11:23:49] <dpes> hi all, I want to contribute some docs patches for v3 - where to find docs about updating docs ? :)
[11:26:20] <pmlopes> dpes: I think you need to follow the same procedure as contributing code: https://github.com/eclipse/vert.x/blob/master/CONTRIBUTING.md since the docs are generated at build time, they are treated as code
[11:28:10] <dpes> i've searched for some string in that repo and didn't found it
[11:28:14] <dpes> “A good example is the JDBC API - it[unknown:rsquo]s inherently asynchronous, and no matter how hard it tries, Vert.x cannot sprinkle magic pixie dust on it to make it asynchronous.”
[11:28:28] <dpes> first should be synchronous I think
[11:28:42] <dpes> http://vert-x3.github.io/docs/vertx-core/js/
[11:29:50] <andyhedges> purplefox: did you get a chance to look at the pastebin about? If you can confirm if it's desire behaviour or a bug I'll raise a issue if the later.
[11:30:03] <andyhedges> latter*
[11:30:51] <andyhedges> dpes: I've already submitted a bug for that JDBC async thing and I think Tim has fixed it but not deployed the change yet.
[11:31:46] <dpes> andyhedges: ok then
[11:36:41] <andyhedges> lemme just check
[11:40:43] <cescoffier> dpes - yes you are right should be synchronous
[11:50:22] <AlexLehm> dpes, you can build the web page from the repo, that should show if the changes are already included
[11:53:11] <AlexLehm> andyhedges, the change about the blocked thread checker made it into the core project finally
[11:59:47] <dpes> AlexLehm: thx, i'm not from java world… so stupid queestion: is there a doc about building project? i've listed wiki and docs…
[12:00:11] <dpes> “maven build” ?
[12:01:49] <AlexLehm> https://github.com/vert-x3/web-site/blob/master/README.md
[12:01:54] <AlexLehm> basicall its mvn site
[12:02:42] <dpes> oh, thx
[12:04:34] <AlexLehm> the currently build site may be visible on the jenkins though
[12:04:41] <AlexLehm> maybe thats easier to check the state
[12:07:12] <AlexLehm> ah yes, https://vertx.ci.cloudbees.com/job/vert.x3-website/ws/target/site/docs/vertx-core/js/index.html#blocking_code
[12:11:23] <dpes> cool…
[12:11:31] <dpes> but's i've almost build it localy…
[12:11:41] <dpes> almost because it needs maven >= 3.1
[12:11:46] <dpes> i have 3.0.5
[12:11:54] <dpes> Failed to execute goal com.github.eirslett:frontend-maven-plugin:0.0.23:install-node-and-npm (install node and npm) on project vertx-web-site: The plugin com.github.eirslett:frontend-maven-plugin:0.0.23 requires Maven version 3.1.0 → [Help 1]
[12:12:18] <dpes> install node and npm… <wow> it's everywhere ;)
[12:14:44] <AlexLehm> the site generater is npm-based
[12:15:09] <AlexLehm> http://www.metalsmith.io/
[12:19:42] <andyhedges> dpes: yup https://github.com/eclipse/vert.x/pull/1024
[12:21:34] <dpes> andyhedges: i know… I've asked not only about this thing… i think i will be using vertx for some long distance project so i will be using docs a lot and want to know how to contribute things like that
[12:21:46] <andyhedges> Fair enough :)
[12:21:48] <dpes> now i know
[12:22:19] <andyhedges> AlexLehm: awesome, is it in the snapshot yet do you know?
[12:23:04] <AlexLehm> i think the snapshot is build on the jenkins, so it should be in the snapshot
[12:23:57] <andyhedges> Will take a look tonight, thanks
[12:23:57] <dpes> btw v3 is using nashorn js engine?
[12:24:50] <AlexLehm> yes
[12:26:05] <dpes> great
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[15:27:36] <AlexLehm> can i merge commits with comment changes only directly or should i a pr for that
[18:12:40] <AlexLehm> purplefox, can i merge commits with comment changes only directly or should i a do pr for that
[21:13:59] <Terabyte> hey
[21:14:44] <Terabyte> suppose you've written a web app in vertx, request comes in, you put an event to the event bus saying “take this action”, the action requires a response. how does vertx correlate a response back to the original request and send the response back to the user?
[22:29:17] <AlexLehm> Terabyte, you have to send the response back to the user in the handler that receives the response from the bus
[22:30:12] <AlexLehm> the handler has the objects of the user request/response in its method body available
[23:31:02] <Terabyte> AlexLehm thanks, still not clear though, how the result of some async operation happening over a bus can be matched up with the request that triggered it..
[23:31:54] <Terabyte> does the eventbus just 'handle' that?
[23:37:17] <AlexLehm> i assume the event bus has some kind of request id that is returned in the response
[23:37:29] <Terabyte> ok