Socket.IO 'listen' method throws an error on Windows #579

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pkorzeniewski opened this Issue Mar 30, 2013 · 2 comments

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I have a problem using Socket.IO 'listen' method on Windows 7, it throws following error in DevTools console:

Uncaught Error: Implement me. Unknown stream file type!

Line causing the problem:

socket.io/lib/manager.js:75 'log colors': tty.isatty(process.stdout.fd)

If I change that line to:

'log colors': false

Everything works fine, but this is just a workaround.

I'm not sure if it's a problem with the Node.js version (0.8.17) that node-webkit (0.4.2) is using, because in the newest Node.js v0.10.2 'tty' module is marked as 'unstable', or a problem with how node-webkit handles node modules.

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schme16 Apr 3, 2013

Just my two cents, but the problem could be that NW uses the Developer Console as its output console.
The Developer Console doesn't have provisions for colours.

schme16 commented Apr 3, 2013

Just my two cents, but the problem could be that NW uses the Developer Console as its output console.
The Developer Console doesn't have provisions for colours.

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Fixed by 0.5.1

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owenc4a4 commented May 3, 2013

Fixed by 0.5.1

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