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[21:36:59] <AlexLehm> i have a question that is more a git question, how do I copy a branch from another repo to my own fork to a new branch name

[21:37:07] <AlexLehm> or should I do this differently

[21:44:57] <aesteve> never tried to, but : configure upstream, git fetch upstream, git checkout -b theNewBranchName upstream/branchName, work, git commit -a -m “my work”, git push origin theNewBranchName

[21:45:46] <aesteve> git push -u origin theNewBranchName, according to : http://stackoverflow.com/questions/4410091/github-import-upstream-branch-into-fork

[21:46:21] <aesteve> didnt know about the -u stuff

[21:51:27] <aesteve> temporal_: thanks for reporting the issues on my repo

[21:52:00] <aesteve> don't mind the metaclass stuff, the purpose was to explain the solution “next to the problem”

[21:52:23] <aesteve> obviously the correct implementation would be using groovy default extensions

[21:52:53] <kuwv> Anyone here can answer some web related vertx questions?

[21:53:46] <aesteve> kuwv: depends on the question ;) but give it a try

[21:57:42] <AlexLehm> aesteve: thanks, i did it like that (currently looking at a branch Julien made for the proxy stuff)

[22:02:19] <aesteve> np AlexLehm Github has a ton of good wikis on how to deal with remotes (origins / upstream / forks from other people / …). I think the first time I really understood how remotes are working is when I tried to review someones' pull request locally

[22:39:14] <temporal_> AlexLehm hi

[22:39:31] <AlexLehm> hi Julien

[22:39:56] <temporal_> how is it going ?

[22:40:17] <AlexLehm> good this evening

[22:40:37] <AlexLehm> I have taken a look at the proxy code, that looks ok to me

[22:40:53] <temporal_> yes we have made good progress on this

[22:41:05] <temporal_> we need to resolve the DNS question still :-)

[22:42:05] <AlexLehm> for the proxy code its easy now I think

[22:43:26] <temporal_> it's possibleto resolve a DNS address without doing a channel connection

[22:43:28] <temporal_> too

[22:43:33] <temporal_> with VertxInternal

[22:43:46] <AlexLehm> would it make sense to create a utility function to create a InetSocketAddress with the dns client in vertx?

[22:44:18] <temporal_> it is possible to create an already resolved InetSocketAddress I think

[22:44:31] <AlexLehm> yes it is

[22:44:31] <temporal_> that's the main problem ?

[22:44:57] <AlexLehm> its not really a problem, I assume if we need this in other places, it might make sense to have it as a util function

[22:45:11] <AlexLehm> i can implement it in the proxy code first

[22:45:41] <temporal_> yes rather there

[22:45:57] <temporal_> and we need also documentation / example

[23:28:58] <AlexLehm> the InetSocketAddress can be created like this https://github.com/alexlehm/vert.x/tree/julien%231361