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[08:31:39] * ChanServ sets mode: +o temporalfox [08:52:40] <Narig0> happy birthday, temporalfox ! :) [08:52:48] <temporalfox> Narig0 thanks!!!! [08:53:28] <Narigo> Enjoy it as long as you can! It's monday and I guess purplefox will join soon with a lot of stuff to work on ;) [08:54:05] <temporalfox> actually we are all travelling to Newcastle for a F2F meeting :-) [08:54:43] <Narigo> Oh, okay! Have fun and greetings to all :D [08:55:01] <temporalfox> I'm pretty sure it will be fun and productive [08:56:26] <Narigo> I hope so! ;) [08:57:41] <Narigo> There are a lot of “Newcastle”s in Google Maps…! Hope you all manage to get to the correct one :D [09:26:14] * ChanServ sets mode: +o purplefox

[09:40:20] <amr> newcastle UK?

[12:18:03] * ChanServ sets mode: +o temporalfox [12:44:47] <temporalfox> Narigo are you there ? [12:45:11] <Narigo> temporalfox, a few minutes [12:45:19] <temporalfox> I have a netty/vertx question [12:45:35] <temporalfox> I'm working on an io server using Netty borrowing Vert.x event loop [12:45:43] <temporalfox> I think it's similar to the mysql connector [12:45:50] <temporalfox> I'm able to get the threading work etc… [12:46:13] <temporalfox> however I don't know how to associate with a vert.x Context [12:46:25] <Narigo> I never used Netty myself :) normanm did that part in the mysql connector… let me search the relevant part [12:46:30] <temporalfox> ok [12:46:35] <temporalfox> I was about to look at it [12:46:43] <temporalfox> but since you were there I thought I would just ask :-) [12:49:25] <Narigo> I think it changed a bit [12:49:26] <Narigo> [12:50:05] <Narigo> The PostgreSQL/MySQL driver needs a Netty EventLoopGroup and I guess with Vert.x 3 Tim made it more accessible [12:50:27] <Narigo> vertx.nettyEventLoopGroup().next() looks like it at least [12:51:14] <Narigo> The VertxEventLoopExecutionContext is something for Scala, so I guess it's really just vertx.nettyEventLoopGroup().next() what you're looking for [13:02:19] * ChanServ sets mode: +o temporalfox

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[16:58:42] <marcust> Hi there, I'm somehow confused about ClientConnection::handleClosed … it calls the exception handlers even for responses that had the bodyHandler already been called. Is that correct behavior? (Vert.x 3.0.0)

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