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kvackkvack
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scratch-api help?

Here's my code:
var Scratch = require('scratch-api');
username = "kvackkvack";
password = "Removed by a friendly scratcher";
Scratch.createUserSession(username, password, function(err, user) {
  if (err) { console.log("Error: " + err) }
  console.log(user);
});
When I run it, I get the error:
TypeError: scratch.createUserSession is not a function.
Help?

Last edited by kvackkvack (Nov. 13, 2015 15:30:11)

WooHooBoy
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what version are you using? I think this is for <1.0.3

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kvackkvack
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scratch-api help?

WooHooBoy wrote:

what version are you using? I think this is for <1.0.3
Ah. Using the latest version, updated it today because it wasn't working.
What'd be the equivalent in the newer versions?
WooHooBoy
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kvackkvack wrote:

WooHooBoy wrote:

what version are you using? I think this is for <1.0.3
Ah. Using the latest version, updated it today because it wasn't working.
What'd be the equivalent in the newer versions?
I have no idea, RTM

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robinp
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You posted your password! D:
I'd recommend you change it..

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WooHooBoy
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robinp wrote:

You posted your password! D:
I'd recommend you change it..
oh whoops too late for me to steal notify them

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robinp
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WooHooBoy wrote:

robinp wrote:

You posted your password! D:
I'd recommend you change it..
oh whoops too late for me to steal notify them
:p

The reason why I removed it for him

Anyways, to actualy help with the error, if you are using almost any linux distro, install the nodejs package, not the node package.

Last edited by robinp (Nov. 13, 2015 15:43:52)


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kvackkvack
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robinp wrote:

WooHooBoy wrote:

robinp wrote:

You posted your password! D:
I'd recommend you change it..
oh whoops too late for me to steal notify them
:p

The reason why I removed it from him
Oh whoops… I'm stupid. Thanks. XD
robinp
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anyways, I think it was Scratch.create()?

var Scratch = require('scratch-api');
username = “kvackkvack”;
password = “Removed by a friendly scratcher”;
Scratch.create(username, password, function(err, user) {
if (err) { console.log(“Error: ” + err) }
console.log(user);
});

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kvackkvack
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Never mind, installed an earlier version of it instead and it all worked.
Maybe a dumb solution, but oh well.
kvackkvack
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So… I need help again. (sorry)
var Scratch = require('scratch-api');
username = "kvackkvack";
password = hidden;
Scratch.createUserSession(username, password, function(err, user) {
  if (err) { console.log(err) }
  user.cloud(project_id_here, function(err, cloud) {
	console.log(cloud.variables);
  });
  cloud.end();
});
This outputs {} even in projects that do have cloud variables.
Help ples.
jTron
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kvackkvack wrote:

So… I need help again. (sorry)
var Scratch = require('scratch-api');
username = "kvackkvack";
password = hidden;
Scratch.createUserSession(username, password, function(err, user) {
  if (err) { console.log(err) }
  user.cloud(project_id_here, function(err, cloud) {
	console.log(cloud.variables);
  });
  cloud.end();
});
This outputs {} even in projects that do have cloud variables.
Help ples.
Not sure if it's your problem, because it seems like it should just throw an error, but what's that cloud.end() doing there?
Cloud isn't defined in that scope, and anyway that will run before the console.log.

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MathWizz
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*sigh* This is what happens when I change the implementation slightly. Don't downgrade, do it the right way:
var Scratch = require('scratch-api');
username = "kvackkvack";
Scratch.UserSession.load(username, function(err, user) {
if (err) { console.log("Error: " + err) }
console.log(user);
});
You never have you save your password in code now.

kvackkvack wrote:

var Scratch = require('scratch-api');
username = "kvackkvack";
password = hidden;
Scratch.createUserSession(username, password, function(err, user) {
  if (err) { console.log(err) }
  user.cloud(project_id_here, function(err, cloud) {
	console.log(cloud.variables);
  });
  cloud.end();
});
This outputs {} even in projects that do have cloud variables.
The variables exist, they just aren't visible when printed. I fixed that in the latest version.

Last edited by MathWizz (Nov. 13, 2015 17:59:50)


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kvackkvack
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500+ posts

scratch-api help?

MathWizz wrote:

*sigh* This is what happens when I change the implementation slightly. Don't downgrade, do it the right way:
var Scratch = require('scratch-api');
username = "kvackkvack";
Scratch.UserSession.load(username, function(err, user) {
if (err) { console.log("Error: " + err) }
console.log(user);
});
You never have you save your password in code now.

kvackkvack wrote:

var Scratch = require('scratch-api');
username = "kvackkvack";
password = hidden;
Scratch.createUserSession(username, password, function(err, user) {
  if (err) { console.log(err) }
  user.cloud(project_id_here, function(err, cloud) {
	console.log(cloud.variables);
  });
  cloud.end();
});
This outputs {} even in projects that do have cloud variables.
The variables exist, they just aren't visible when printed. I fixed that in the latest version.
Ah. Sorry, and thank you!

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