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[10:02:08] <purplefox_> pmlopes: cescoffier temporalfox let me just send out a BJ invite

[10:02:18] <cescoffier> I've already sent one

[10:02:25] <temporalfox> I think clement sent one already

[10:04:40] <kontoo> hey, shameless repost of my original question :P

[10:04:46] <kontoo> quick question about vert.x: imagine an app that let's clients connect via web sockets and proxies their messages to another server via a custom protocol. In netty you can achieve that quite easily, is that also possible with vert.x?

[10:05:31] <aesteve> I'd say that's even easier with Vert.x

[10:05:45] <purplefox_> i just sent another one that's repeating so we don't have to get a new meeting code each time

[10:06:40] <purplefox_> pmlopes: cescoffier temporalfox : which one are you in?

[10:06:54] <cescoffier> purplefox_ we just siwtched to yours

[10:06:58] <pmlopes> we were on clement's and now on yours :)

[10:07:18] <cescoffier> except temporalfox that missed the hop

[10:07:24] <temporalfox> I don't have the link

[10:07:34] <pmlopes> it is in the calendar invite

[10:08:22] <purplefox_> i seem to be here by myself

[10:08:44] <temporalfox> I'm in

[10:09:02] <purplefox_> i can't see you

[10:43:13] <kontoo> aesteve: sorry, got distracted… Could you give me a hint how to set up a custom protocol “handler” in vert.x?

[10:43:27] <kontoo> in netty you just put on in your pipeline

[10:43:33] <kontoo> one*

[11:45:38] <purplefox_> cescoffier: pmlopes temporalfox if we get a blog working we can get it aggregated on and

[11:45:50] <cescoffier> yes

[11:46:20] <cescoffier> there is a collection plugin on which we plug a feed plugin, then, we can add to news aggregators

[13:11:43] <dpes> howto run vertx only on 1cpu ? is it possible?

[13:11:49] <dpes> for test purposes…

[13:28:45] <temporalfox> found out the groovydoc issue

[13:28:52] <temporalfox> groovydoc plugin issue

[13:29:00] <temporalfox> it can be work arounded

[13:29:12] <temporalfox> I will first fix the actual 3.0 docs

[13:32:58] <temporalfox> and then fix the masters

[14:30:34] <leonpegg> Morning all, I was wondering if a java application can run a virt.x javascript file

[14:34:34] <cescoffier> leonpegg: yes it can

[14:34:49] <cescoffier> when your deploy your javascript verticle, just point to the javascript file

[14:35:11] <leonpegg> cescoffier: is there any example of this as cant fine in the docs anywhere

[14:35:31] <cescoffier> leonpegg: let me check

[14:35:43] <leonpegg> cescoffier: Thanks

[14:36:03] <cescoffier> purplefox_ temporalfox pmlopes: groovydocs fixed on the web site (don't check how…. ;-))

[14:40:55] <cescoffier> leonpegg the closest example is:

[14:41:22] <cescoffier> but instead of deploying a second Java verticle just do vertx.deployVerticle(“my-verticle.js”);

[14:41:48] <leonpegg> cescoffier: Thanks very much, Thats extremely helpful.

[15:01:56] <purplefox_> leonpegg: or look at the maven verticle or gradle verticle examples and replace the main verticle with the name of your JS verticle

[15:03:12] <leonpegg> purplefox_: Thanks

[15:03:33] <dpes> Future is still there? I cannot find it in docs

[15:07:01] <dpes> i want to call redis, mysql and return both vals in http request

[15:07:18] <dpes> in js

[15:33:35] <temporalfox> there is no future anymore in js, what are you trying to do ?

[17:35:07] <temporalfox> when I reread myself, I sound funny

[17:42:24] <tsegismont> temporalfox,

[17:42:53] <temporalfox> just in time for the week end tsegismont

[17:43:01] <tsegismont> If you any cycles available sometime soon…

[17:43:03] <tsegismont> Yes :)