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[13:10:09] <nicktgr15> hi.. how can I chain the deployment of verticles? I want verticle B to be deployed after verticle A has been deployed as B is a subscriber to the event bus of A and shouldn't lose any messages. Unless the whole patter I describe doesn't make sense ..in such case I would appreciate suggestions.
[13:18:22] <temporalfox> you can deploy the B verticle when you get the A callback
[13:29:45] <Sticky> and if you want to chain a bunch you could use Future.compose
[16:45:14] <ploffay> Is there any interceptor for http client?
[16:51:01] <temporalfox> ploffay no there is not, what are you trying to achieve ?
[16:56:39] <ploffay> OpenTracing integration, trace outgoing requests
[16:56:47] <ploffay> temporalfox, ^^
[16:57:16] <temporalfox> there is some work in vertx web client for supporting interception in a branch
[16:57:41] <temporalfox> I think in the usual case this would be handled by the service discovery
[16:57:54] <temporalfox> that put some headers ahead of time when it gives it to the client
[17:02:31] <ploffay> temporalfox, thanks this one? https://github.com/eclipse/vert.x/compare/task-interception
[17:02:41] <temporalfox> no this one is different
[17:02:59] <temporalfox> https://github.com/vert-x3/vertx-web/tree/web-client-interception
[17:03:08] <temporalfox> with 3.4 we advocate to use the new web client
[17:03:13] <temporalfox> (based on the http client)
[17:03:19] <temporalfox> that provides a more usable API
[17:03:35] <temporalfox> https://github.com/vert-x3/vertx-web/blob/master/vertx-web-client/src/main/asciidoc/java/index.adoc
[17:05:09] <ploffay> when ~ will be 3.4 out?
[17:06:46] <temporalfox> a beta was released yesterday
[17:06:49] <temporalfox> 3.4.0.Beta1
[17:06:53] <temporalfox> in central
[17:07:02] <temporalfox> besides it should be out before end of this month
[17:07:54] <ploffay> +1 thanks, I found it https://github.com/vert-x3/vertx-web/compare/web-client-interception
[22:53:40] <wsieroci> is it possible to somehow restart verticle in case of uncaught exception?
[23:32:21] <Sticky> wsiqueir: uncaught exceptions wont stop a verticle
[23:32:50] <wsiqueir> Sticky, ah wsieroci left already
[23:33:00] <wsiqueir> but that sounds poetical to me
[23:33:10] <wsiqueir> :)
[23:33:33] <wsiqueir> uncaught_exceptions_wont_stop_a_verticle++
[23:33:51] <Sticky> heh
[23:34:49] <Sticky> is there some irc client that generates 8 letter usernames starting in wsi?
[23:53:58] <temporalfox> wsiqueir hi
[23:54:18] <wsiqueir> temporalfox, hello
[23:54:23] <temporalfox> you can set an exceptionHandler on the context to listen to uncaught exceptions
[23:54:36] <temporalfox> however it is complex to get the context of a deployed verticle
[23:55:04] <wsiqueir> temporalfox, ah the guy who asked the question left the channel :)
[23:55:19] <temporalfox> ah sorry
[23:55:22] <wsiqueir> temporalfox, btw - I follow your work since Gatein times - crash and stuff
[23:55:28] <temporalfox> cool
[23:55:46] <temporalfox> lol so you were caught twice by this guy before
[23:55:51] <temporalfox> have we ever met ?
[23:56:31] <wsiqueir> no - I work in support - previously for gatein and sitepublisher
[23:56:50] <wsiqueir> so I read a lot of your code! and your frameworks
[23:57:06] <wsiqueir> crash and the one that simplified JCR access (can't remember the name now)
[23:57:38] <temporalfox> Chromattic!
[23:57:51] <wsiqueir> Yes!
[23:58:00] <temporalfox> so you were forced to follow my contributions rather
[23:58:27] <wsiqueir> hahah :) you were the most active developer in my github