kandi X-RAY | netbeans-laravel4-blade Summary
kandi X-RAY | netbeans-laravel4-blade Summary
(Discontinued) Blade template support for NetBeans 8.0.
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Returns the next token
- Get the next token from the input stream
- Creates a token from the input stream
- Match string literal
- Creates the token ids
- The ordinal of the group
- Initialize the static constants
- Get a detailed message for a lexical error
- Replaces unprintable characters in the given string with unicode characters
- Returns the lexer language
- Gets the currently running Blade
- Generate the error message
- Escape special characters to be escaped
- Javad states
- Check a state for a new state
- Initialize the form components
- Returns the error message
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Trending Discussions on Code Inspection
In Python3.10, I have a
typing.TypedDict definition and want to programmatically retrieve which keys are required. How can I inspect the type definition in order to get the required keys?
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-13 at 23:54
Taking PEP-655 into account, there are different scenarios: The whole
TypedDict could have
total=True, and individual fields could be marked as either
NotRequired. And there could also be the edge case where a
TypedDict is inheriting from another, and one of them has
total=False and the other one has
total=True. In order to handle this edge case, Python introduced the
__required_keys__ attribute on the
TypedDict. This is what we have to look at:
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-11 at 10:01
I found that there is lint configuration in the code, so just disable and the alert will gone.
analysis_options.yaml file, disable the 80 chars rule:
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-05 at 00:22
The type checker is warning you that your dictionary that maps AST node types for operators to their implementations is incomplete. The type checker knows all of the possible types of
node.op (which it seems to be describing as subtypes of the
ast.unaryop parent types), and has noticed that your dictionary doesn't handle them all.
Since there are operators that you haven't included, it's possible for a parsable expression (like, say
"2 << 5" which does a left shift, or
"~31" which does a bitwise inversion) to fail to be handled by your code.
While I don't use PyCharm and thus can't test it for myself, you can probably satisfy its type checker by adding some error handling to your code, so that operator types you don't support will still be dealt with appropriately, rather than causing an uncaught exception (such as a
KeyError from the dictionary) to leak out. For instance, you could use
OPERATORS.get(type(node.op)) and then test for
None before calling the result. If the operator type isn't in the dictionary, you'd raise an exception of your own.
I have a
css file in which there's a selector for class App-logo
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-21 at 10:17
The IDE only looks for CSS selector usages in stylesheets and HTML files/fragments; it won't inspect plain text files and files of unknown type. I've just checked - CSS usages are correctly found in Velocity templates:
Make sure to add
*.vtl pattern to Velocity Template file type in Settings | Editor | File Types
I am trying to integrate dead code analysis for my android app to improve code quality. I found out the code inspection option that android studio provides out of the box which is giving me an extensive report of unused code and suggested improvements.
I used the Analyze -> inspect code option
I get the results in studio as follows:
This is very useful but I want to integrate this code analysis into my CI pipeline so that I can track and trend the warnings that are reported.
I found out a blog that said I can use the inpsect.sh file that comes with the Android Studio package for the same purpose. The syntax of the command is as follows:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Oct-21 at 10:00
It's because you didn't specify a parameter for the
It should be like this:
How can it be explained that
inspect.getargvalues returns keyword only args as args instead of varargs. Is this a bug or a documentation bug? Are keyword only args not keyword args? I don't understand.
Get information about arguments passed into a particular frame. A named tuple ArgInfo(args, varargs, keywords, locals) is returned. args is a list of the argument names. varargs and keywords are the names of the * and ** arguments or None. locals is the locals dictionary of the given frame.
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Oct-08 at 16:01
As it says: "varargs and keywords are the names of the * and ** arguments". Your function doesn't have any
* that appears here:
Take this simple code:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jul-28 at 15:55
However, with MFC message maps, you have to name your message handler as specified in macro,
OnSize in this case, and, since message handlers already dispatched by a virtual function (that is hidden in
*_MESSAGE_MAP() macros), message handler by themselves don't have to be virtual.
So it may be seen as a false alarm. Or maybe seen as violation of the above mentioned C.128 rule by MFC itself. No surprise - MFC is decades older than these guidelines.
So I guess you can go ahead and suppress it for all
afx_msg functions. Maybe redefine
afx_msg to include
__pragma(warning(suppress(...))), or just have suppression around
Some options for suppression (Godbolt's compiler explorer demo):
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Apr-20 at 22:46
It's not well formatted, but I captured this by curling the url.
I like all the inspections in WebStorm, which help me clean up my code and find potential issues. But I fail to understand some warnings and they are getting into my way.
For example in the screenshot below you can see that I explicitly check if the variable
null, and if so, assign an empty array to it. However, just below that WebStorm gives me a warning that the variable
result is possibly null.
What is going on here? Do I have to clear a cache or is this simply a bug in WebStorm's inspections? Or am I missing something completely and the Warning is justified?
Edit: If this is a bug, it might be helpful to know that the variable is explicitly set to
null on declaration (
let result = null;).
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Dec-17 at 13:54
Submitted to developers, please vote for WEB-48756 to be notified on any progress with it
Good day, I've been trying to get the value of inheritance class name of other inheritance class in Roslyn API.
when I'm scanning the 'Face' class, I want to get the name of "Human". like this structure, I can get the first inheritance class name by using ClassDeclaration.BaseList. I can get the name of "Head" from Face class!
But I can't access the second inheritance class(Human class). I think that there's no more tree structure in Face class.
The question point is that the way how to get 2-layer upper(or more) inheritance class name if in case of the classes are seperated.
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Oct-30 at 20:21
Get the SemanticModel for your tree, then call GetDeclaredSymbol() with the ClassDeclarationSyntax. That'll give you the ITypeSymbol and you can look at BaseType from there. You don't want to try this with syntax only because of partial classes.
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You can use netbeans-laravel4-blade like any standard Java library. Please include the the jar files in your classpath. You can also use any IDE and you can run and debug the netbeans-laravel4-blade component as you would do with any other Java program. Best practice is to use a build tool that supports dependency management such as Maven or Gradle. For Maven installation, please refer maven.apache.org. For Gradle installation, please refer gradle.org .
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