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From "R. Pito Salas" <...@salas.com>
Subject Re: Very elementary question
Date Thu, 13 Nov 2008 18:43:53 GMT
Damien

I think you and I met several years ago at a Starbucks or something,  
didn't we? You were working on CouchDB even then? You used to work at  
Iris? Or am I mixing you up with someone else?

Anyway, pretty cool the traction you've gotten with it. Congratulations!

-- Pito

On Nov 12, 2008, at 6:12 PM, Damien Katz wrote:

> I don't know about Peepcode, but I'm guessing the library is  
> expecting a object, and looks to be iterating over your string  
> somehow thinking it's an object with the offsets as keys and the  
> individual characters as values..
>
> Try giving it something like {body:"abc"}.
>
> On Nov 12, 2008, at 12:20 PM, Pito Salas wrote:
>
>> I am experimenting with CouchDb, via PeepCode.
>>
>> I am finding that in the _utils browser interface, the values are
>> rendered in a way that is different from the PeepCode and before
>> spending too much time on a bad install I thought I'd ask if anyone
>> has an explanation, and whether I should just ignore the difference  
>> or
>> there's actually something broken here. Take a look at the  
>> screenshots
>> and you see that:
>>
>> values like "abc" are not accepted for a field (JSON error)
>> values like ["abc"] are accepted, but then are spewed back as 0
>> {"0":"a","1":"b","2":"c","3":"d"}
>>
>> Comments?
>


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