After some weeks of studying and testing Quasar at home, I’m going to propose this framework to a company I’m working for. I tried to run Quasar init <project name>, but I receive the following error:
i Generating Quasar App…
x Failed to download App template @quasarframework/app-template-default: Error: tunneling socket could not be established, cause=write EPROTO 101057795:error:140770FC:SSL routines:SSL23_GET_SERVER_HELLO:unknown protocol:openssl\ssl\s23_clnt.c:794:
There is a proxy in our network and npm has been configured to use it (and it works fine). Also the variables http_proxy and https_proxy have been added to the Environment variables in a MS Windows 8 machine.
Can I do something to fix this issue?
Great to hear you are recommending Quasar! :thumbsup: It needs to be said though, the API is still evolving and won’t be “BC fixed” until version 1.0 is released. Please also take that into account.
I found an issue fairly similar to yours and this links to what seems to be a possible solution. https://github.com/jspm/github/issues/59#issuecomment-167107576
Since it seems to be a settings iisue, we’ll need to find the right ones for you. That is about all we can do.
quasar initbasically does is that it downloads app-template-default repo (https://github.com/quasarframework/app-template-default) and copies the /template folder to the destination you are indicating. Nothing more. Unfortunately, the download is made through
download-github-repopackage which seems to not take into account http proxies. Will search for a replacement or write our own package.
And thanks for recommending Quasar!
Sorry about that. I should have looked deeper.
How about this Razvan? https://github.com/bearjaws/node-wget
Seems to take proxies into account. I’ll make an issue in the CLI and work on this.
Ok Scott. Let’s see how it goes.