scribe | aggregating log data streamed in real time

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kandi X-RAY | scribe Summary

scribe is a C++ library typically used in Logging applications. scribe has no bugs, it has no vulnerabilities, it has a Permissive License and it has medium support. You can download it from GitHub.

This is an archived project and is no longer supported or updated by Facebook. Please do not file issues or pull-requests against this repo. If you wish to continue to develop this code yourself, we recommend you fork it.

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              scribe has a medium active ecosystem.
              It has 3929 star(s) with 806 fork(s). There are 307 watchers for this library.
              It had no major release in the last 6 months.
              scribe has no issues reported. There are 3 open pull requests and 0 closed requests.
              It has a neutral sentiment in the developer community.
              The latest version of scribe is current.

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              scribe has 0 bugs and 0 code smells.

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              scribe has no vulnerabilities reported, and its dependent libraries have no vulnerabilities reported.
              scribe code analysis shows 0 unresolved vulnerabilities.
              There are 0 security hotspots that need review.

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              scribe is licensed under the Apache-2.0 License. This license is Permissive.
              Permissive licenses have the least restrictions, and you can use them in most projects.

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              scribe releases are not available. You will need to build from source code and install.
              Installation instructions are not available. Examples and code snippets are available.
              It has 1388 lines of code, 53 functions and 27 files.
              It has high code complexity. Code complexity directly impacts maintainability of the code.

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            Community Discussions


            laravel/passport for laravel lumen support
            Asked 2022-Feb-28 at 06:27

            Currently i'm using laravel lumen version 8 for API and i want to integrate laravel/passport for OAuth authorization for the API but when i try to install laravel/passport i get the following error and cannot install laravel/passport for the project. I tried installing dusterio/lumen library for laravel/passport but the package had also some issue with lumen 8.



            Answered 2022-Feb-28 at 06:27

            Main problem is the tymon/jwt-auth removing this package and clean install fixed the problem.



            Append data to CSV using a nested loop
            Asked 2022-Jan-11 at 13:42

            I am trying to append data from the list json_responsecontaining Twitter data to a CSV file using the function append_to_csv.

            I understand the structure of the json_response. It contains data on users who follow two politicians; 5 and 13 users respectively. 1) author_id, created_at, tweet_id and text is in data. 2) description/bio is in ['includes']['users']. 3) url/image_url is in ['includes']['media']. However my nested loop does not append any data to sample_data.csv? and it throws no error. Does it have something to do with my identation?



            Answered 2022-Jan-10 at 21:24

            Looks like the else branch of if 'description' in dic: is never executed. If your code is indented correctly, then also the csvWriter.writerow part is never executed because of this.

            That yields that no contents are written to your file.

            A comment on code style:

            • use with open(file) as file_variable: instead of manually using open and close. That can save you some trouble, e.g. the trouble you would get when the else branch would indeed be executed and the file would be closed multiple times :)



            Why does my loop only append the last item from a list?
            Asked 2022-Jan-10 at 16:56

            I am trying to extract an element from a list and append it to a CSV file.

            json_response is a list containing data on Twitter users who follow two politicians. For the first politician there are 5 tweets/users and for the second politician 13 tweets/users as can be seen from the structure of json_response. I want to extract the description for each user which is contained in ['includes']['users']. However, my function only extracts the last description 5/5 user and 13/13 user for each politician.

            My knowledge regarding JSON-like objects is limited.



            Answered 2022-Jan-10 at 16:56

            I believe the problem relies in the append_to_csv function because of a wrong indentation.

            Look at your code:



            Meson compiling subprojects in debug mode
            Asked 2021-Nov-18 at 22:20

            I have a parent project and a subproject using meson. Quite sadly the subproject only builds in release mode. However, even if I set the parent project to debug using --reconfigure and check with configure that the build type is debug, it seems the NDEBUG macro is not defined for the subproject, which causes it to fail compilation.

            Is there a way to enable debug builds for subprojects?

            Parent snippet:



            Answered 2021-Nov-18 at 22:20

            This is currently not supported, as you could see from the table of core options, only 3 options are settable per subproject as of now: werror and default_library (since 0.54.0) and warning_level (since 0.56.0). And below in Specifying options per subproject you can find more details e.g. about order of applying.

            Also I found from discussion in issue Subproject default_options are ignored one of the main contributor says:

            Right now only a couple of options are allowed on a per-project basis: default_library, werror (and one more I can't remember off the top of my head). We keep adding more over time, but other ones are ignored, yes.



            getting error when using controller in fxml file JAVA Code
            Asked 2021-Jul-29 at 16:52

            Why does this error happen?

            Here is the code :




            Answered 2021-Jul-29 at 13:00

            When you invoke an FXML file via getClass().getRessource(path), you must provide a relative path starting from the location of your current class.

            I would recommend you:

            1. To put Screen.fxml inside the ui folder

            2. Load it with the instruction: FXMLLoader.load(Main.class.getResource("../ui/Screen.fxml"));.



            Is it possible to return custom Java objects combining multiple aggregates in Spring Data JDBC?
            Asked 2021-Jun-28 at 10:12

            I have multiple aggregate classes, such as Request, Scribe, Candidate, and Exam.

            Sample schema:

            Request (id, scribe_id, candidate_id, exam_id, status)

            Scribe (id, name)

            Candidate (id, name)

            Exam (id, name, schedule)

            As you can see, Request table has references to Scribe, Candidate, and Exam tables. For one of the requirements, I need to return all requests based on a condition by including all the corresponding details of scribe, candidate, and exam.

            For this, the query in my repository class will be similar to the following:



            Answered 2021-Jun-28 at 10:12

            I am able to return custom Java object by setting rowMapperClass value of annotation. For this need to define RowMapper for custom Java object.

            Changes look similar to the following:



            Getting access token from refresh token failing with invalid_grant error, and Bad Request OR Token has been expired or revoked as error description
            Asked 2021-May-22 at 00:18

            Using Java OAuth2 client library: scribe 1.2.0 (

            I am able to get refresh token from the authorization code (i.e; by making POST call to with client_id, client_secret, code, scope, grant_type (authorization_code), redirect_uri parameters). And I have persisted the refresh token in DB. And we support drive and calendar scopes => so, I do store two refresh token per user (email)

            And then clients will be invoking API to get access token (then I am making POST call to with refresh_token, grant_type (refresh_token), client_id and client_secret). And the call is successful. i.e; happy normal path works.

            But eventually getting new access token from refresh token is failing with invalid_grant error code (with Bad Request OR Token has been expired or revoked as errors) (like in 2 days or 3 days etc)

            Please do note that the refresh token is not revoked or invalidated explicitly by user or code. Password is not changed. Code is not changed. Client ID and secrets didn't change. I am kind of lost.


            1. Since refresh token supposed to be a long lasting token, why my application is not able to get new access token from refresh token? Its just failing in like in 2 to 3 days - and its happening regularly in stage and production environments.

            2. Is storing two refresh tokens based on scope (drive and calendar) - per user (email) problem (i.e; as soon as second refresh token is issued the previous refresh token expire)? [Shouldn't be the case - I do know there are limitations per user and client, per user for all clients. But, 2 is too low to reach that limit.]

            Answer Finally was able to resolve it, please see the answer below comment(s) - its related to having two refresh tokens of same email for different scopes, and invalidating one of them.

            Getting access token from Refresh token - PostMan

            Getting refresh token from authorization code - PostMan

            Relevent questions: Google token refresh returns "Token has been expired or revoked." Since couple of days Refresh token has been automatically expired



            Answered 2021-May-21 at 08:11
            Changed password

            There are serval reasons why your refresh token maybe expiring. The first one we can lockout as the cause is the user changing their password if you are using a gmail scope and the user changes their password this will cause all outstanding refresh tokens to expire.

            User revoked access

            If the user revokes your access directly though their Google account this will also revoke your refresh token.

            Application status.

            Now is your application still in testing on Google cloud console? Have you moved it to published has it been though the verification process? If not then your refresh tokens will probably be expiring after about two weeks although the time frame may have changed as this seams to be something that Google has been working on for the last serval months and there is no official word on it.

            Refresh access token gives refresh token.

            Another cause which actually could be the case, when you refresh the access token does it return a new refresh token. sometimes I will do this. Always check that this is the same refresh token that you use before if note then its a new one and you should store the new one. See next point for more info on why.

            Max number of outstanding refresh tokens.

            When a user authorizes your application using offline access you are given a refresh token, if the user authorizes your application again you are given another refresh tokens. you can keep doing this up to fifty times and all fifty refresh tokens will continue to work. As soon as you go over the magic number of fifty then the first one that was created will be expired. This is why it is important to ensure that you are always storing the most recent refresh token for a user in your database.



            Is Seidel's algorithm on wikipedia page incorrect?
            Asked 2021-May-07 at 16:01

            I am trying to use the python program from .



            Answered 2021-May-07 at 16:01

            This implementation worked for me. The code provided on wikipedia has the indexing incorrect. when indexing a numpy matrix to get the i'th , j'th element you need to do A[i,j] not A[i][j]



            Excel loses data when second workbook is closed
            Asked 2021-May-06 at 12:58

            EDIT at the bottom of the question

            I have a function in my code, that gets a dictionary of samples, fills in data from another workbook and returns filled dictionary. Everything worked fine, but once I changed the opening of the file to be ReadOnly, I experience problems.

            Here is the code (which has been simplified to remove redundant parts):



            Answered 2021-May-06 at 12:58

            because samples is submitted ByRef to get_samples_data you don't need to return it:



            How do you overwrite a OneToMany mapping with JPA?
            Asked 2021-Apr-03 at 18:24

            I have a One to many mapping in JPA as follows:

            In my blockchain class I have the @OneToMany annotation over ArrayList (which is the "chain" property) for which I have a Block class.

            I have a method for replacing the chain of a blockchain instance with another when a new chain is broadcast or new block is broadcast on the wire (e.g. pubsub, triggred by async listener). The method replaces the chain if it is found to be valid and of sufficient length.

            The chain is reflected in the database as a join table between blockchain and block. When a new chain comes in, it will be mostly identical. In other words there will be at least 1 collision with primary key, if only its the genesis block. More likely all but one or a few blocks at the tip will collide, so I want the ability to handle this without incident. Ideally JPA would have figured out how to do it without me with the following code, but that's not the case.



            Answered 2021-Apr-03 at 18:24

            I figured it out. It seems to work with one extra annotation property orphanRemoval=true as below


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