URGENT: Please test: Major Cloud9 ide bump!



if you have my repo enabled, simply run:

sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install cloud9-installer


Otherwise manually run:

wget https://repos.rcn-ee.net/debian/pool/main/c/cloud9-installer/cloud9-installer_3.0.620-1~bpo70%2B20141219%2B2_all.deb
sudo dpkg -i cloud9-installer_3.0.620-1~bpo70%2b20141219%2b2_all.deb

Issues: Wheezy:

tmux is too old, so a popup will "popup", just click "no" on
installing a new tmux.

I'm planning to backport tmux from jessie, but once i do that, i'll
break the old "3.0.1" cloud9.


The install went well, though I had to reboot to get it to work.

There is a bug though when running multiple tabs[1]. I’m editing a at 1300 line file in one tab and click another tab to edit a 110 line file. The contents of the new file doesn’t appear. Rather the old file is still displayed. If you scroll, the display goes blank. If you click back on the tab for the original file everything seems to work again.


[1] http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0tQ2WJGxZpU

Thanks for testing Mark!

I submitted the bug to the cloud9 developers. Hopefully we will get a
response before they head out for Christmas break.

I the mean time, i did bump cloud9 to 3.0.623, there was only a small
two line change, so i doubt that'll fix the issue.

One thought did cross my mind.. What browser and version where you using?


I’m running Chrome v39.0.2171.95 m on Windows and on Linux. Right now I can’t reproduce the error on either. Good thing I got a video of it!


p.s. Have a Merry Christmas.

Bad timing for me, But i would be more than willing to test after the holidays. . . . sorry if that is inconvenient for the image / group . . .

Hi Robert,

please excuse my dumb question (I am a Linux newbie, most experience wirh Windows :-)):

How can I get your “repo enabled” and is it just for a small group or can I also partcipate?

My interest in that is because I have actually problems to run the ace editor in the cloud9 ide. I flashed the latest conole snapshot of wheezy and installed nodejs, npm, then cloud9 by git cloning from ajax.org. The IDE runs, but ace seems to be inactive. (see my post “Cloud9 autocompletition doesn’t work”)
I think it may be a good idea to try the cloud9-installer and could also help with testing.
Should I try this? If yes, please give me a sort description on how to get “enabled”.

Sorry for my simple style of writing :-}