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conductor | Conductor is a microservices orchestration engine. | BPM library

 by   Netflix Java Version: v3.7.2 License: Apache-2.0

 by   Netflix Java Version: v3.7.2 License: Apache-2.0

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conductor is a Java library typically used in Automation, BPM applications. conductor has no bugs, it has no vulnerabilities, it has build file available, it has a Permissive License and it has high support. You can install using 'npm i nf-workflow-ui-5' or download it from GitHub, npm.
Conductor is a workflow orchestration engine that runs in the cloud.
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  • conductor has a highly active ecosystem.
  • It has 4182 star(s) with 1328 fork(s). There are 459 watchers for this library.
  • There were 7 major release(s) in the last 6 months.
  • There are 66 open issues and 1263 have been closed. On average issues are closed in 82 days. There are 12 open pull requests and 0 closed requests.
  • It has a positive sentiment in the developer community.
  • The latest version of conductor is v3.7.2
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  • conductor has 0 bugs and 0 code smells.
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  • conductor has no vulnerabilities reported, and its dependent libraries have no vulnerabilities reported.
  • conductor code analysis shows 0 unresolved vulnerabilities.
  • There are 0 security hotspots that need review.
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  • conductor is licensed under the Apache-2.0 License. This license is Permissive.
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  • conductor releases are available to install and integrate.
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  • Installation instructions are not available. Examples and code snippets are available.
  • It has 80843 lines of code, 7592 functions and 690 files.
  • It has medium code complexity. Code complexity directly impacts maintainability of the code.
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Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA

kandi has reviewed conductor and discovered the below as its top functions. This is intended to give you an instant insight into conductor implemented functionality, and help decide if they suit your requirements.

  • Rerun a workflow .
  • Verify and upload task .
  • Start monitoring a monitor
  • Gets the task input parameters .
  • Finds the next task with the given reference name and task reference name .
  • Gets the dynamic tasks .
  • Extract param path components from string .
  • Completes a task .
  • Parses a queue URI into an AMQPSettings object .
  • Starts a workflow .

conductor Key Features

Conductor is a microservices orchestration engine.

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http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0

How to upgrade bluelinelabs/Conductor version 3.1.4 from version 3.0.0

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    fun Completable.autoDisposable(event: ControllerEvent? = null): CompletableSubscribeProxy =
    observeOn(AndroidSchedulers.mainThread())
        .autoDisposable(getScopeProvider(event))
    private val scopeProvider: ControllerScopeProvider by lazy { ControllerScopeProvider.from(this) }

    private val destroyScopeProvider: ControllerScopeProvider by lazy {
      ControllerScopeProvider.from(
        this,
        ControllerEvent.DESTROY
      )
    }
...
    private fun getScopeProvider(event: ControllerEvent?): ControllerScopeProvider =
    when (event) {
        null -> scopeProvider
        ControllerEvent.DETACH -> detachScopeProvider
        ControllerEvent.DESTROY_VIEW -> destroyViewScopeProvider
        ControllerEvent.DESTROY -> destroyScopeProvider
        else -> throw RuntimeException("Scope for event ${event.name} wasn't created")
    }
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    fun Completable.autoDisposable(event: ControllerEvent? = null): CompletableSubscribeProxy =
    observeOn(AndroidSchedulers.mainThread())
        .autoDisposable(getScopeProvider(event))
    private val scopeProvider: ControllerScopeProvider by lazy { ControllerScopeProvider.from(this) }

    private val destroyScopeProvider: ControllerScopeProvider by lazy {
      ControllerScopeProvider.from(
        this,
        ControllerEvent.DESTROY
      )
    }
...
    private fun getScopeProvider(event: ControllerEvent?): ControllerScopeProvider =
    when (event) {
        null -> scopeProvider
        ControllerEvent.DETACH -> detachScopeProvider
        ControllerEvent.DESTROY_VIEW -> destroyViewScopeProvider
        ControllerEvent.DESTROY -> destroyScopeProvider
        else -> throw RuntimeException("Scope for event ${event.name} wasn't created")
    }
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    fun Completable.autoDisposable(event: ControllerEvent? = null): CompletableSubscribeProxy =
    observeOn(AndroidSchedulers.mainThread())
        .autoDisposable(getScopeProvider(event))
    private val scopeProvider: ControllerScopeProvider by lazy { ControllerScopeProvider.from(this) }

    private val destroyScopeProvider: ControllerScopeProvider by lazy {
      ControllerScopeProvider.from(
        this,
        ControllerEvent.DESTROY
      )
    }
...
    private fun getScopeProvider(event: ControllerEvent?): ControllerScopeProvider =
    when (event) {
        null -> scopeProvider
        ControllerEvent.DETACH -> detachScopeProvider
        ControllerEvent.DESTROY_VIEW -> destroyViewScopeProvider
        ControllerEvent.DESTROY -> destroyScopeProvider
        else -> throw RuntimeException("Scope for event ${event.name} wasn't created")
    }

ViewModel won't handle a EventAggregator event

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protected override async Task OnActivateAsync(CancellationToken cancellationToken)
{
    await base.OnActivateAsync(cancellationToken);
    
    _eventAggregator.SubscribeOnPublishedThread(this);
}
public LoginViewModel(IEventAggregator eventAggregator, 
    IWindowManager windowManager, 
    ILoginWindowViewModelFactory loginWindowViewModelFactory)
{
    _eventAggregator = eventAggregator; 
    _windowManager = windowManager;
    _LoginWindowViewModelFactory = loginWindowViewModelFactory;

    _eventAggregator.SubscribeOnPublishedThread(this);
}
public class ShellViewModel : Conductor<IScreen>.Collection.OneActive
{
...
    protected override async Task OnActivateAsync(CancellationToken cancellationToken)
    {
        await base.OnActivateAsync(cancellationToken);            
    
        await ActivateItemAsync(_loginViewModel);
        // IsActive = false here, therefore the child Screen `_loginViewModel` 
        // is also not active. Result is that OnActivateAsync 
        // in this view model does not get called.
    }
}
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protected override async Task OnActivateAsync(CancellationToken cancellationToken)
{
    await base.OnActivateAsync(cancellationToken);
    
    _eventAggregator.SubscribeOnPublishedThread(this);
}
public LoginViewModel(IEventAggregator eventAggregator, 
    IWindowManager windowManager, 
    ILoginWindowViewModelFactory loginWindowViewModelFactory)
{
    _eventAggregator = eventAggregator; 
    _windowManager = windowManager;
    _LoginWindowViewModelFactory = loginWindowViewModelFactory;

    _eventAggregator.SubscribeOnPublishedThread(this);
}
public class ShellViewModel : Conductor<IScreen>.Collection.OneActive
{
...
    protected override async Task OnActivateAsync(CancellationToken cancellationToken)
    {
        await base.OnActivateAsync(cancellationToken);            
    
        await ActivateItemAsync(_loginViewModel);
        // IsActive = false here, therefore the child Screen `_loginViewModel` 
        // is also not active. Result is that OnActivateAsync 
        // in this view model does not get called.
    }
}
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protected override async Task OnActivateAsync(CancellationToken cancellationToken)
{
    await base.OnActivateAsync(cancellationToken);
    
    _eventAggregator.SubscribeOnPublishedThread(this);
}
public LoginViewModel(IEventAggregator eventAggregator, 
    IWindowManager windowManager, 
    ILoginWindowViewModelFactory loginWindowViewModelFactory)
{
    _eventAggregator = eventAggregator; 
    _windowManager = windowManager;
    _LoginWindowViewModelFactory = loginWindowViewModelFactory;

    _eventAggregator.SubscribeOnPublishedThread(this);
}
public class ShellViewModel : Conductor<IScreen>.Collection.OneActive
{
...
    protected override async Task OnActivateAsync(CancellationToken cancellationToken)
    {
        await base.OnActivateAsync(cancellationToken);            
    
        await ActivateItemAsync(_loginViewModel);
        // IsActive = false here, therefore the child Screen `_loginViewModel` 
        // is also not active. Result is that OnActivateAsync 
        // in this view model does not get called.
    }
}

How to display array list from Javascript on HTML page

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"let list = document.getElementById("listItemHolder");"
function addTo() {
list.append(document.getElementById("listItemInput").value);
}
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"let list = document.getElementById("listItemHolder");"
function addTo() {
list.append(document.getElementById("listItemInput").value);
}
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function showList() {
  $('#listItemsHolder').empty();
  $.each(franzList, (i, o) => {
    $('#listItemsHolder').append(`<li>${o}</li>`);
  })
}
"use strict"
$(document).ready(() => {
  const dt = new Date();
  $('#year').text(dt.getFullYear());
});
let franzList = [];
let list = document.getElementById("listItemHolder");

function addTo() {
  franzList.push(document.getElementById("listItemInput").value);
  showList()
  // console.log(franzList);
}

function clearList() {
  franzList.length = 0;
  showList()
}

function hasDuplicates(array, value) {
  return array.includes(value);
}

function showList() {
  $('#listItemsHolder').empty();
  $.each(franzList, (i, o) => {
    $('#listItemsHolder').append(`<li>${o}</li>`);
  })
}

$(document).ready(() => {
  $("#addItemToList").click(() => {
    let error = false;
    const listItemInput = $("#listItemInput").val().trim();
    $("#listItemInput").val(listItemInput);
    if (listItemInput == "") {
      console.error("input field blank");
      alert("Error! Franz Liszt's list item cannot be empty. This is unacceptable. Franz Lizst demands you correct his list!");
      error = true;
    } else if (franzList.length > 5) {
      console.error("6 items in the list only!");
      alert("Error! Franz Listz's list can only hold 6 items!");
      error = true;
    } else if (hasDuplicates(franzList, listItemInput) === true) {
      alert("Error! No duplicates allowed!");
      error = true;
    }
    $("#listItemInput").val(listItemInput);
    if (!error) {
      addTo();
      $("#listItemInput").val("");
    } else {
      alert("Nothing added due to error");
    }
  });

  $("#clearList").click(() => {
    clearList();
  });
});
<script src="https://cdnjs.cloudflare.com/ajax/libs/jquery/3.3.1/jquery.min.js"></script>
<main>
  <h1>Franz Liszt's List</h1>
  <h2>Listing Things Since 1811!</h2>
  <p>Franz Liszt was more than a Hungarian composer, virtuoso pianist, conductor, music teacher, arranger, and organist of the Romantic era.</p>
  <p>He was more than a writer, philanthropist, and Fraciscan tertiary.</p>
  <p>No, Franz Liszt loved lists. </p>
  <p>Let us pay homage to Franz Lizst's list love by adding some items to our list below.</p>
  <div class="container">
    <div class="left">
      <!-- <label for="listItemInput">Input an item below:</label><br/>-->
      <h3>Input an item below:</h3>
      <input id="listItemInput" type="text" placeholder="Input item here"></input><br/>
      <button id="addItemToList">Add Item to Franz Liszt's List</button> <br/>
      <button id="clearList">Clear Franz Liszt's List</button>
      <br/>
    </div>
    <div class="right">
      <h3>Franz Liszt's List Items:</h3>
      <ul id="listItemsHolder"></ul>
    </div>
  </div>
  <footer>
    &copy;<span id="year"></span> - Franz Kafka. All rights reserved?
  </footer>
</main>
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function showList() {
  $('#listItemsHolder').empty();
  $.each(franzList, (i, o) => {
    $('#listItemsHolder').append(`<li>${o}</li>`);
  })
}
"use strict"
$(document).ready(() => {
  const dt = new Date();
  $('#year').text(dt.getFullYear());
});
let franzList = [];
let list = document.getElementById("listItemHolder");

function addTo() {
  franzList.push(document.getElementById("listItemInput").value);
  showList()
  // console.log(franzList);
}

function clearList() {
  franzList.length = 0;
  showList()
}

function hasDuplicates(array, value) {
  return array.includes(value);
}

function showList() {
  $('#listItemsHolder').empty();
  $.each(franzList, (i, o) => {
    $('#listItemsHolder').append(`<li>${o}</li>`);
  })
}

$(document).ready(() => {
  $("#addItemToList").click(() => {
    let error = false;
    const listItemInput = $("#listItemInput").val().trim();
    $("#listItemInput").val(listItemInput);
    if (listItemInput == "") {
      console.error("input field blank");
      alert("Error! Franz Liszt's list item cannot be empty. This is unacceptable. Franz Lizst demands you correct his list!");
      error = true;
    } else if (franzList.length > 5) {
      console.error("6 items in the list only!");
      alert("Error! Franz Listz's list can only hold 6 items!");
      error = true;
    } else if (hasDuplicates(franzList, listItemInput) === true) {
      alert("Error! No duplicates allowed!");
      error = true;
    }
    $("#listItemInput").val(listItemInput);
    if (!error) {
      addTo();
      $("#listItemInput").val("");
    } else {
      alert("Nothing added due to error");
    }
  });

  $("#clearList").click(() => {
    clearList();
  });
});
<script src="https://cdnjs.cloudflare.com/ajax/libs/jquery/3.3.1/jquery.min.js"></script>
<main>
  <h1>Franz Liszt's List</h1>
  <h2>Listing Things Since 1811!</h2>
  <p>Franz Liszt was more than a Hungarian composer, virtuoso pianist, conductor, music teacher, arranger, and organist of the Romantic era.</p>
  <p>He was more than a writer, philanthropist, and Fraciscan tertiary.</p>
  <p>No, Franz Liszt loved lists. </p>
  <p>Let us pay homage to Franz Lizst's list love by adding some items to our list below.</p>
  <div class="container">
    <div class="left">
      <!-- <label for="listItemInput">Input an item below:</label><br/>-->
      <h3>Input an item below:</h3>
      <input id="listItemInput" type="text" placeholder="Input item here"></input><br/>
      <button id="addItemToList">Add Item to Franz Liszt's List</button> <br/>
      <button id="clearList">Clear Franz Liszt's List</button>
      <br/>
    </div>
    <div class="right">
      <h3>Franz Liszt's List Items:</h3>
      <ul id="listItemsHolder"></ul>
    </div>
  </div>
  <footer>
    &copy;<span id="year"></span> - Franz Kafka. All rights reserved?
  </footer>
</main>
-----------------------
function showList() {
  $('#listItemsHolder').empty();
  $.each(franzList, (i, o) => {
    $('#listItemsHolder').append(`<li>${o}</li>`);
  })
}
"use strict"
$(document).ready(() => {
  const dt = new Date();
  $('#year').text(dt.getFullYear());
});
let franzList = [];
let list = document.getElementById("listItemHolder");

function addTo() {
  franzList.push(document.getElementById("listItemInput").value);
  showList()
  // console.log(franzList);
}

function clearList() {
  franzList.length = 0;
  showList()
}

function hasDuplicates(array, value) {
  return array.includes(value);
}

function showList() {
  $('#listItemsHolder').empty();
  $.each(franzList, (i, o) => {
    $('#listItemsHolder').append(`<li>${o}</li>`);
  })
}

$(document).ready(() => {
  $("#addItemToList").click(() => {
    let error = false;
    const listItemInput = $("#listItemInput").val().trim();
    $("#listItemInput").val(listItemInput);
    if (listItemInput == "") {
      console.error("input field blank");
      alert("Error! Franz Liszt's list item cannot be empty. This is unacceptable. Franz Lizst demands you correct his list!");
      error = true;
    } else if (franzList.length > 5) {
      console.error("6 items in the list only!");
      alert("Error! Franz Listz's list can only hold 6 items!");
      error = true;
    } else if (hasDuplicates(franzList, listItemInput) === true) {
      alert("Error! No duplicates allowed!");
      error = true;
    }
    $("#listItemInput").val(listItemInput);
    if (!error) {
      addTo();
      $("#listItemInput").val("");
    } else {
      alert("Nothing added due to error");
    }
  });

  $("#clearList").click(() => {
    clearList();
  });
});
<script src="https://cdnjs.cloudflare.com/ajax/libs/jquery/3.3.1/jquery.min.js"></script>
<main>
  <h1>Franz Liszt's List</h1>
  <h2>Listing Things Since 1811!</h2>
  <p>Franz Liszt was more than a Hungarian composer, virtuoso pianist, conductor, music teacher, arranger, and organist of the Romantic era.</p>
  <p>He was more than a writer, philanthropist, and Fraciscan tertiary.</p>
  <p>No, Franz Liszt loved lists. </p>
  <p>Let us pay homage to Franz Lizst's list love by adding some items to our list below.</p>
  <div class="container">
    <div class="left">
      <!-- <label for="listItemInput">Input an item below:</label><br/>-->
      <h3>Input an item below:</h3>
      <input id="listItemInput" type="text" placeholder="Input item here"></input><br/>
      <button id="addItemToList">Add Item to Franz Liszt's List</button> <br/>
      <button id="clearList">Clear Franz Liszt's List</button>
      <br/>
    </div>
    <div class="right">
      <h3>Franz Liszt's List Items:</h3>
      <ul id="listItemsHolder"></ul>
    </div>
  </div>
  <footer>
    &copy;<span id="year"></span> - Franz Kafka. All rights reserved?
  </footer>
</main>

How to prevent user from adding duplicate values in a array in Javascript

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function hasDuplicates(array, value) {
  return array.includes(value);
}

Published var in Class not available in array as a method

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var ballArray: [DroneBall] = []

&quot;IndentationError: expected an indented block&quot; in my python code

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def main():
  ch = input("")
  if ch == "1":
    #1()
    pass
  elif ch == "2":
    #2()
    pass
  elif ch == "3":
    #3()
    pass
  elif ch == "4":
    #4()
    pass
  elif ch == "5":
    exit()
  else:
    setup_main()

Rails routing not providing the index and using it as the show for nested resources

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    resource :products
    resources :products
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    resource :products
    resources :products

WPF Databinding to second view

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// EditorView.xaml.cs
public partial class EditorView : UserControl

// EditView.xaml
<UserControl x:Class="AoE4_BO_Overlay.Views.EditorView"
// FirstView.xaml
<ContentControl x:Name="ActiveItem"/>
public async Task CreateBO_Click(object sender, RoutedEventArgs e)
{
   await ActivateItemAsync(new EditorViewModel());
}
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// EditorView.xaml.cs
public partial class EditorView : UserControl

// EditView.xaml
<UserControl x:Class="AoE4_BO_Overlay.Views.EditorView"
// FirstView.xaml
<ContentControl x:Name="ActiveItem"/>
public async Task CreateBO_Click(object sender, RoutedEventArgs e)
{
   await ActivateItemAsync(new EditorViewModel());
}
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// EditorView.xaml.cs
public partial class EditorView : UserControl

// EditView.xaml
<UserControl x:Class="AoE4_BO_Overlay.Views.EditorView"
// FirstView.xaml
<ContentControl x:Name="ActiveItem"/>
public async Task CreateBO_Click(object sender, RoutedEventArgs e)
{
   await ActivateItemAsync(new EditorViewModel());
}

JQuery autcomplete not working with multiple input fields

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var dummyData = ["myname", "myage", "lol"];
$('.artist').on("input", function() {
  $(this).autocomplete({
    source: dummyData
  });
});
<link href="http://code.jquery.com/ui/1.11.0/themes/smoothness/jquery-ui.css" rel="stylesheet" />
<script src="http://code.jquery.com/jquery-1.10.2.js"></script>
<script src="http://code.jquery.com/ui/1.11.0/jquery-ui.js"></script>

<input name="confname1" class="artist" id="artists1" value="" placeholder="Conductor name ...">

<input name="confname2" class="artist" id="artists2" value="" placeholder="Conductor name ...">

<input name="confname3" class="artist" id="artists3" value="" placeholder="Conductor name ...">

<input name="confname4" class="artist" id="artists4" value="" placeholder="Conductor name ...">
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var dummyData = ["myname", "myage", "lol"];
$('.artist').on("input", function() {
  $(this).autocomplete({
    source: dummyData
  });
});
<link href="http://code.jquery.com/ui/1.11.0/themes/smoothness/jquery-ui.css" rel="stylesheet" />
<script src="http://code.jquery.com/jquery-1.10.2.js"></script>
<script src="http://code.jquery.com/ui/1.11.0/jquery-ui.js"></script>

<input name="confname1" class="artist" id="artists1" value="" placeholder="Conductor name ...">

<input name="confname2" class="artist" id="artists2" value="" placeholder="Conductor name ...">

<input name="confname3" class="artist" id="artists3" value="" placeholder="Conductor name ...">

<input name="confname4" class="artist" id="artists4" value="" placeholder="Conductor name ...">

Removing whitespaces/blankspaces/newlines from scraped data

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print(re.sub('\s+',' ', text))
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from bs4 import BeautifulSoup
import requests
import re


URL="https://www.flagstaffsymphony.org/event/a-flag-on-fourth/"
html_content = requests.get(URL).text
cleantext = BeautifulSoup(html_content, "lxml").text
cleanr = re.compile('<.*?>')
clean_data = re.sub(cleanr, ' ', cleantext)
text = re.sub('\s+', ' ', clean_data)
print(text)
with open('read.txt', 'w') as file:
    file.writelines(text)
America the Beautiful: A Virtual Patriotic Salute – Flagstaff Symphony Orchestra Contact Hit enter to search or ESC to close About Our Team Our Conductor Orchestra Members Concerts & Events Season 72 Concerts Subscribe Venue, Parking & Concerts FAQs Support The FSO Donate to FSO Sponsor a Chair Funding and Impact Videos Donate Subscription Tickets « All Events This event has passed. America the Beautiful: A Virtual Patriotic Salute July 4, 2020 « Violin Virtuoso Beethoven Virtual 5k » In place of our traditional 4th of July concert at the Pepsi Amphitheater, the Flagstaff Symphony Orchestra will present a virtual patriotic salute to be released HERE and our Facebook page at on July 4, 2020 at 11am. The FSO is proud to offer a special rendition of “America the Beautiful” performed by 60 of their professional musicians, coming together virtually, to celebrate our nation’s independence. CLICK HERE FOR DETAILS + Google Calendar+ iCal Export Details Date: July 4, 2020 Event Category: Concerts and Events « Violin Virtuoso Beethoven Virtual 5k » Concert InfoConcerts Concerts and Events FAQs FSO InfoAbout FSO Mission and History Our Team Our Conductor Orchestra Members Support FSOMake a Donation Underwriting a Concert Sponsor a Chair Advertise with FSO Volunteer Leave a Legacy Donor Bill of Rights Code of Ethical Standards (Used by permission of the Association of Fundraising Professionals) ResourcesCommunity & Education For Musicians For Board Members © 2021 Flagstaff Symphony Orchestra. © Copyright 2019 Flagstaff Symphony Association About Our Team Our Conductor Orchestra Members Concerts & Events Season 72 Concerts Subscribe Venue, Parking & Concerts FAQs Support The FSO Donate to FSO Sponsor a Chair Funding and Impact Videos Donate Subscription Tickets Contact
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from bs4 import BeautifulSoup
import requests
import re


URL="https://www.flagstaffsymphony.org/event/a-flag-on-fourth/"
html_content = requests.get(URL).text
cleantext = BeautifulSoup(html_content, "lxml").text
cleanr = re.compile('<.*?>')
clean_data = re.sub(cleanr, ' ', cleantext)
text = re.sub('\s+', ' ', clean_data)
print(text)
with open('read.txt', 'w') as file:
    file.writelines(text)
America the Beautiful: A Virtual Patriotic Salute – Flagstaff Symphony Orchestra Contact Hit enter to search or ESC to close About Our Team Our Conductor Orchestra Members Concerts & Events Season 72 Concerts Subscribe Venue, Parking & Concerts FAQs Support The FSO Donate to FSO Sponsor a Chair Funding and Impact Videos Donate Subscription Tickets « All Events This event has passed. America the Beautiful: A Virtual Patriotic Salute July 4, 2020 « Violin Virtuoso Beethoven Virtual 5k » In place of our traditional 4th of July concert at the Pepsi Amphitheater, the Flagstaff Symphony Orchestra will present a virtual patriotic salute to be released HERE and our Facebook page at on July 4, 2020 at 11am. The FSO is proud to offer a special rendition of “America the Beautiful” performed by 60 of their professional musicians, coming together virtually, to celebrate our nation’s independence. CLICK HERE FOR DETAILS + Google Calendar+ iCal Export Details Date: July 4, 2020 Event Category: Concerts and Events « Violin Virtuoso Beethoven Virtual 5k » Concert InfoConcerts Concerts and Events FAQs FSO InfoAbout FSO Mission and History Our Team Our Conductor Orchestra Members Support FSOMake a Donation Underwriting a Concert Sponsor a Chair Advertise with FSO Volunteer Leave a Legacy Donor Bill of Rights Code of Ethical Standards (Used by permission of the Association of Fundraising Professionals) ResourcesCommunity & Education For Musicians For Board Members © 2021 Flagstaff Symphony Orchestra. © Copyright 2019 Flagstaff Symphony Association About Our Team Our Conductor Orchestra Members Concerts & Events Season 72 Concerts Subscribe Venue, Parking & Concerts FAQs Support The FSO Donate to FSO Sponsor a Chair Funding and Impact Videos Donate Subscription Tickets Contact
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from bs4 import BeautifulSoup
import requests


def clean_scraped_text(raw_text):

    # strip whitespaces from start and end of raw text
    stripped_text = raw_text.strip()

    processed_text = ''
    for i, char in enumerate(stripped_text):
        # add a single '\n' to processed_text for every sequence of '\n'
        if char == '\n':
            if stripped_text[i - 1] != '\n':
                processed_text += '\n'
        else:
            # if character is not '\n' add it to new_text
            processed_text += char

    # clean whitespaces from each line in new_text
    cleaned_text = ''
    for line in processed_text.splitlines():
        # only retain alphanumeric characters and listed characters 
        exclude_list = [' ', '\xa0', '-']
        line = ''.join(x for x in line if x.isalnum() or (x in exclude_list))
        cleaned_text += line.strip() + '\n'

    return cleaned_text

URL="https://www.flagstaffsymphony.org/event/a-flag-on-fourth/"
html_content = requests.get(URL).text
text = BeautifulSoup(html_content, "lxml").text
print(clean_scraped_text(text))
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In place of our traditional 4th of July concert at the Pepsi Amphitheater the Flagstaff Symphony Orchestra will present a virtual patriotic salute to be released HERE and our Facebook page at on July 4 2020 at 11am The FSO is proud to offer a special rendition of America the Beautiful performed by 60 of their professional musicians coming together virtually to celebrate our nations independence
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-----------------------
from bs4 import BeautifulSoup
import requests


def clean_scraped_text(raw_text):

    # strip whitespaces from start and end of raw text
    stripped_text = raw_text.strip()

    processed_text = ''
    for i, char in enumerate(stripped_text):
        # add a single '\n' to processed_text for every sequence of '\n'
        if char == '\n':
            if stripped_text[i - 1] != '\n':
                processed_text += '\n'
        else:
            # if character is not '\n' add it to new_text
            processed_text += char

    # clean whitespaces from each line in new_text
    cleaned_text = ''
    for line in processed_text.splitlines():
        # only retain alphanumeric characters and listed characters 
        exclude_list = [' ', '\xa0', '-']
        line = ''.join(x for x in line if x.isalnum() or (x in exclude_list))
        cleaned_text += line.strip() + '\n'

    return cleaned_text

URL="https://www.flagstaffsymphony.org/event/a-flag-on-fourth/"
html_content = requests.get(URL).text
text = BeautifulSoup(html_content, "lxml").text
print(clean_scraped_text(text))
America the Beautiful A Virtual Patriotic Salute  Flagstaff Symphony Orchestra

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Our Team
Our Conductor
Orchestra Members
Concerts  Events
Season 72 Concerts
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Venue Parking  Concerts FAQs
Support The FSO
Donate to FSO
Sponsor a Chair
Funding and Impact
Videos
Donate
Subscription Tickets
All Events
This event has passed
America the Beautiful A Virtual Patriotic Salute
July 4 2020
Violin Virtuoso
Beethoven Virtual 5k
In place of our traditional 4th of July concert at the Pepsi Amphitheater the Flagstaff Symphony Orchestra will present a virtual patriotic salute to be released HERE and our Facebook page at on July 4 2020 at 11am The FSO is proud to offer a special rendition of America the Beautiful performed by 60 of their professional musicians coming together virtually to celebrate our nations independence
CLICK HERE FOR DETAILS
Google Calendar iCal Export
Details
Date
July 4 2020
Event Category Concerts and Events

Violin Virtuoso
Beethoven Virtual 5k

Concert InfoConcerts
Concerts and Events FAQs

FSO InfoAbout FSO Mission and History
Our Team
Our Conductor
Orchestra Members
Support FSOMake a Donation
Underwriting a Concert
Sponsor a Chair
Advertise with FSO
Volunteer
Leave a Legacy
Donor Bill of Rights
Code of Ethical Standards  Used by permission of the Association of Fundraising Professionals
ResourcesCommunity  Education
For Musicians
For Board Members
2021 Flagstaff Symphony Orchestra
Copyright 2019 Flagstaff Symphony Association


About
Our Team
Our Conductor
Orchestra Members
Concerts  Events
Season 72 Concerts
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Venue Parking  Concerts FAQs
Support The FSO
Donate to FSO
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QUESTION

How to upgrade bluelinelabs/Conductor version 3.1.4 from version 3.0.0

Asked 2022-Mar-31 at 10:09

I'm trying to migrate from version 3.0.0 that used conductor-rxlifecycle to version 3.1.4 that is using conductor-archlifecycle and conductor-autodispose.

my current code has extension functions that binds to the lifecycle - and I'm trying to understand what is the code change needed to adjust it to archlifecycle and auto-dispose.

I would appreciate some help here - couldn't figure it out from the demo code.

conductor-archlifecycle demo

conductor-autodispose demo

protected fun <C : RxController> Completable.bindToController(controller: C): Completable =
    observeOn(AndroidSchedulers.mainThread()).compose(controller.bindToLifecycle<Any>())

protected fun <C : RxController> Completable.bindUntil(controller: C, event: ControllerEvent): Completable =
    observeOn(AndroidSchedulers.mainThread()).compose(controller.bindUntilEvent<Any>(event))

I assume that the controller type should be LifecycleController instead of RxController, but I don't understand what is the replacement of bindToLifecycle

I opened this issue , but I'm trying to get some help here as well

ANSWER

Answered 2022-Mar-31 at 10:09

This is the change I did to my code to match the new Conductor version:

The 2 functions above were replaced by this function:

    fun Completable.autoDisposable(event: ControllerEvent? = null): CompletableSubscribeProxy =
    observeOn(AndroidSchedulers.mainThread())
        .autoDisposable(getScopeProvider(event))

Note that the return type is now CompletableSubscribeProxy and not Completable so the location of the call in the chain might need to be changed.

I create different scopes:

    private val scopeProvider: ControllerScopeProvider by lazy { ControllerScopeProvider.from(this) }

    private val destroyScopeProvider: ControllerScopeProvider by lazy {
      ControllerScopeProvider.from(
        this,
        ControllerEvent.DESTROY
      )
    }
...

And this is how getScopeProvider looks

    private fun getScopeProvider(event: ControllerEvent?): ControllerScopeProvider =
    when (event) {
        null -> scopeProvider
        ControllerEvent.DETACH -> detachScopeProvider
        ControllerEvent.DESTROY_VIEW -> destroyViewScopeProvider
        ControllerEvent.DESTROY -> destroyScopeProvider
        else -> throw RuntimeException("Scope for event ${event.name} wasn't created")
    }

Source https://stackoverflow.com/questions/71557321

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