[01:45] <hannesw> monteslu: very nice!
[01:50] <earl> heh, nice one :)
[01:50] <earl> beffee2, actually
[01:51] <earl> digging out about every insanity to be found in bash, except the madness that are the string manipulation functions :)
[12:46] <black_rez> hello
[12:46] <black_rez> what means Module must be a string or object (ringo/webapp.js#118)
[12:49] <black_rez> here my config.js http://pastebin.com/DS46mkY3
[12:49] <black_rez> and admin.js http://pastebin.com/E8VQ1z4s
[13:50] <oberhamsi> hi black_rez it seems you are mixing the new stick way with the old ringo/webapp way.
[13:51] <oberhamsi> you should take a look at the demo apps that ship with stick!
[13:56] <black_rez> oberhamsi: I'm not sure to understand
[13:58] <oberhamsi> black_rez, did you have a template... what did you look at when coding that app? :)
[13:59] <oberhamsi> or did you create the app with ringo-admin create?
[13:59] <black_rez> oberhamsi: in fact I try to hack geoexplorer based on ringojs, I want to add authentification for a static page
[14:00] <black_rez> I discover ringojs yesterday :p
[14:00] <oberhamsi> i see. probably easisest to get the scaffolding with ringo-admin create :)
[14:02] <oberhamsi> black_rez i recommend you do this:
[14:02] <oberhamsi> ringo-admin install hns/stick
[14:02] <oberhamsi> stick is the new way to write ringo web apps. but doesn't have much docs yet :| but example apps
[14:02] <black_rez> ok
[14:02] <oberhamsi> checkout this app: https://github.com/hns/stick/tree/master/examples/ringowiki
[14:03] <oberhamsi> or better yet: the skeleton. use this as a template for your app for maximum satisfaction :) https://github.com/hns/stick/tree/master/skeleton/app
[14:03] <oberhamsi> you should be able to reuse your code... mostly config.js and main.js change
[14:08] <black_rez> ok thanks