fatal error resulting in no modules/submodule #10

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robertkowalski opened this Issue Jul 1, 2011 · 9 comments

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@robertkowalski

i get this after

$ ./bin/initproject.sh 

since today

fatal: http://github.com/LearnBoost/Socket.IO.git/info/refs not found: did you run git update-server-info on the server?

then alot of errors where it tries to copy the html5 boilerplate and a ls in the lib folders shows me that's nothing in it.

@robertkowalski

fixed this one, pls pull

@jonnysamps

I don't see any commit to the boilerplate project around your comment. Is this fix available in the public repo? I have just cloned and run the init script with the same bug described above. Any help appreciated.

@robertkowalski

seems the maintainer doesn‘t maintain the repo any more. there are to unfinished pull requests from me and another one regarding the socket.io updates and dependencies.

@robertkowalski

*to = two.

sry i am on mobile

@jonnysamps

Any recommendations on how to get up and running? Should I use NPM instead of relying on the submodules?

@robertkowalski

You could try to merge in my pull request, run the .sh script then do:

$ npm install -d

to install dependencies like redis (either in the socket.io module dir or the root of the boilerplate).

@jonnysamps

I must be missing something. I did what you suggested: ran init script and then npm install -d but I am getting error when I run the npm command. How do I merge in your changes? Do you have a repo I can pull from?

@robertkowalski

to merge the pull request, as i deleted my fork:

$ curl https://github.com/robrighter/node-boilerplate/pull/12.patch | git am --signoff

$ git apply --reject --whitespace=fix .git/rebase-apply/patch

$ git add .

$ git am --resolved
@robertkowalski

after that run the initproject.sh, and try an

$ npm install -d 

in the socket.io dir

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