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funcy is a Java library typically used in Testing, Functional Testing, Selenium applications. funcy has no bugs, it has no vulnerabilities and it has high support. However funcy build file is not available. You can download it from GitHub.
Functional Test in Play 2.0 are the best way to test web applications:. Example: Booking a ticket is fairly easy: Simply write a row into a database. Whats the point of writing a unit test for that?. Building the booking form, receiving the request, validating user input, creating the ticket, sending the confirmation mail and displaying the confirmation page, on the other hand, is quite a complex process. But testing it through selenium is hard and , if you run into the trap of recording your test cases, very prone to changes of the underlying software. Using Page Driven Play 2.0 Functional Tests provided by funcy, you can * write your tests as simple unit tests * check results by accessing resulting web page doms or the database directly * run them very fast against an in-memory database.
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  • Get the input parameters .
    • Submit a submit to the form
      • Routes the request .
        • Gets the URL with the given parameters .
          • Returns the first name of a click button matching the specified name .
            • Finds all tags with the given name and value .
              • helper method to get a link
                • Returns all tags with the given text .
                  • Display an application .
                    • Saves the current application .

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                      funcy Key Features

                      In standard web applications, you simply do not have really complex business logic. There is no point in using unit tests.

                      Selenium tests are hard to setup (even with Plays support), require explicit fixtures and they are very slow - too slow to be run before each commit.

                      Introduction

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                      @Test
                      public void testBooking() {
                      	IndexPage indexPage = new IndexPage();
                      	EventPage eventPage = indexPage.clickEvent("Sidney Opera");
                      	BookingPage bookingPage = eventPage.book("2012/05/07");
                      	ConfirmationPage confirmationPage = bookingPage.book();

                      Installation

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                      val appDependencies = Seq(
                        "funcy" % "funcy_2.9.1" % "0.1" % "test",
                        "org.jsoup" % "jsoup" % "1.6.2" % "test"
                      )

                      Page

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                      package pages;

                      FunctionalTest

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                      @Test
                      public void testIndex() {
                      	IndexPage indexPage = new IndexPage(Page.get("/"));
                      	indexPage = indexPage.save("Perform Test");
                      	indexPage = indexPage.clickReload();
                      }

                      Calling a generic function type: invalid operation: cannot call non-function fn

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                      type MapFunc[T MapFuncType] interface {
                          func(s string, ss []string) []T
                      }
                      
                      func Funcy[MF MapFunc[MFT], MFT MapFuncType](s string, ss []string, fn MF) []MFT {
                          return fn(s, ss)
                      }
                      
                      type MapFunc[T MapFuncType] interface {
                          func(s string, ss []string) []T
                      }
                      
                      func Funcy[MF MapFunc[MFT], MFT MapFuncType](s string, ss []string, fn MF) []MFT {
                          return fn(s, ss)
                      }
                      

                      Error with DVC on Google Colab - dvc.scm.CloneError: Failed to clone repo

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                      !git clone https://gitlab.com/org/<private-repo>
                      
                      Cloning into '<private-repo>'...
                      fatal: could not read Username for 'https://gitlab.com': No such device or address
                      
                      !git clone https://gitlab.com/org/<private-repo>
                      
                      Cloning into '<private-repo>'...
                      fatal: could not read Username for 'https://gitlab.com': No such device or address
                      

                      QML self.emit to start function to open popup. Does not work

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                      def sendQuery (self)
                                  
                          openpopup = "yes"    
                          self.openpopup.emit(openpopup)
                      
                      @pyqtSlot(str, str)
                      def updateklantnaam (self, popupemail, popupname):
                      
                          global thread_popupname, thread_popupemail
                      
                          thread_popupemail = popupemail
                          thread_popupname = popupname
                      
                          if thread_popupemail != "" and thread_popupname != "":
                      
                              cursor.execute "INSERT INTO " #insert query
                              conn.commit()
                                       
                              thread_popupemail = ""
                              thread_popupname = ""
                      
                      

                      how to sent Information from ComboBox to Python

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                      onClicked: backend.mail(dropdown.currentText)
                      

                      How to install PyCaret in AWS Glue

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                      I [Meghana] was able to successfully replicate the error at my end as well using the below steps. Also, please find the workaround mentioned below to avoid the same.
                      
                      - Create a Glue 2.0 job and configure the Job Parameters as below
                      ===
                      -- additional-python-modules  pycaret==2.3.2,spacy==3.0.6 
                      ===
                      
                      On running the Glue job I see that it tried to a Pip3 install, Please find the same below 
                      ===
                       INFO   2021-07-07 05:23:15,813 0   com.amazonaws.services.glue.PythonModuleInstaller   [main]  pip3 install  --user pycaret==2.3.2 spacy==3.0.6 
                      ===
                      
                      However, pip install can be called against a pypi package, local project or wheel hosted via HTTPS we can use this functionality to install packages publicly hosted on pypi as well as those not available publicly available. This gives us the ability to install the majority of packages to use with Glue, including those which are c-based. There is however a subset that will fail (like spacy); packages that require root privileges to install or to be compiled during installation will fail. Glue does not give root access and there is no exception made for package installation. What can be done in this case is pre-compiling the binaries into a wheel compatible with Glue and installing that wheel. 
                      
                      Please find the below error that I have observed while installing the above “pycaret==2.3.2,spacy==3.0.6” and import them in glue job failed as the compilation failed while replicating.
                      ==
                      INFO    2021-07-07 05:23:15,813 0   com.amazonaws.services.glue.PythonModuleInstaller   [main]  pip3 install  --user pycaret==2.3.2 spacy==3.0.6 
                      INFO    2021-07-07 05:23:26,751 10938   com.amazonaws.services.glue.PythonModuleInstaller   [main]  Collecting pycaret==2.3.2  Downloading https://files.pythonhosted.org/packages/bc/b6/9d620a23a038b3abdc249472ffd9be217f6b1877d2d952bfb3f653622a28/pycaret-2.3.2-py3-none-any.whl  (263kB)Collecting spacy==3.0.6  Downloading https://files.pythonhosted.org/packages/6d/0d/4379e9aa35a444b6440ffe1af4c612533460e0d5ac5c7dca1f96ff6f2e23/spacy-3.0.6.tar.gz  (7.1MB)    Complete output from command python setup.py egg_info:        Error compiling Cython file:    ------------------------------------------------------------    ...    from libc.stdint cimport int64_t    from libcpp.vector cimport vector    from libcpp.set cimport set    from cymem.cymem cimport Pool    ^    ------------------------------------------------------------        spacy/strings.pxd:4:0: 'cymem/cymem.pxd' not found        Error compiling Cython file:    ------------------------------------------------------------    ...    from libc.stdint cimport int64_t    from libcpp.vector cimport vector    from libcpp.set cimport set    from cymem.cymem cimport Pool    ^    ------------------------------------------------------------        spacy/strings.pxd:4:0: 'cymem/…
                      …
                      ..
                      INFO    2021-07-07 05:23:26,753 10940   com.amazonaws.services.glue.PythonModuleInstaller   [main]  Command "python setup.py egg_info" failed with error code 1 in /tmp/pip-build-ahnegkpn/spacy/
                      ==
                      
                      Thus, the importing of the above failed during compilation stage. The error that you have received below is due the python version mismatch. Here the tar file spacy-2.3.7.tar.gz  is compiled using python 3.7 and the Glue job is using 3.6 and hence it failed with the below error. However, even if you provide as mentioned above it still has c-dependencies and stills fails. Please find the work-around to avoid the same.
                      —
                      INFO    2021-07-05 17:01:53,986 17142   com.amazonaws.services.glue.PythonModuleInstaller   [main]  Collecting setuptools  Downloading …
                      
                      7c5f7541eb883181b564a8c8ba15d21b2d7b8a38ae32f31763575cf8857d/spacy-2.3.7.tar.gz (5.8MB)  
                        Complete output from command python setup.py egg_info:    Command "python setup.py egg_info" failed with error code 1 in /tmp/pip-build-_e6ejo9m/blis/    Traceback (most recent call last):      File "/home/spark/.local/lib/python3.7/site-packages/setuptools/installer.py", line 128, in fetch_build_egg        subprocess.check_call(cmd)      File "/usr/lib64/python3.7/subprocess.py", line 363, in check_call        raise CalledProcessError(retcode, cmd)    subprocess.CalledProcessError: Command '['/usr/bin/python3', '-m', 'pip', '--disable-pip-version-check', 'wheel', '--no-deps', '-w', '/tmp/tmpo5fqe7du', '--quiet', 'blis<0.8.0,>=0.4.0']' returned non-zero exit status 1.        During handling of the above exception, another exception occurred:        Traceback (most recent call last):      File "<string>", line 1, in <module>      File "/tmp/pip-build-xoyv9lar/spacy/setup.py", line 252, in <module>        setup_package()      File "/tmp/pip-build-xoyv9lar/spacy/setup.py", line 247, in setup_package        cmdclass={"build_ext": build_ext_subclass},      File "/home/spark/.local/lib/…
                      
                            File "/home/spark/.local/lib/python3.7/site-packages/setuptools/installer.py", line 130, in fetch_build_egg        raise DistutilsError(str(e))    distutils.errors.DistutilsError: Command '['/usr/bin/python3', '-m', 'pip', '--disable-pip-version-check', 'wheel', '--no-deps', '-w', '/tmp/tmpo5fqe7du', '--quiet', 'blis<0.8.0,>=0.4.0']' returned non-zero exit status 1.        ----------------------------------------
                      —
                      
                      ###Workaround 
                      
                      - To compile a library in a C-based language, the compiler must know the target OS and processor architecture. 
                      - If the library is compiled against a different OS or processor architecture, then the wheel will fail to install in Glue. 
                      - Because Glue is a manages service, we do not give users cluster-access to develop these dependencies. 
                      - Below I will walk you through using a Docker image to prepare an environment you can use to compile wheels that will be compatible with Glue. For this example we will be compiling pycaret,spacy which requires GCC to be installed on the target device as root. 
                      
                      Step-1: Launch an m5.xlarge EC2 instance with Amazon Linux (2) and enough volume space for your libs. 
                      
                      Step-2:  Install Docker on the instance, set up nonsudo access, and start it
                          1. sudo yum install docker -y
                          2. sudo usermod -a -G docker ec2-user
                          3.  sudo service docker start
                      
                      Step-3: Create a Dockerfile as below 
                      $ vi docfile
                      —
                      # Base for Glue
                      FROM amazonlinux
                      RUN yum update -y
                      RUN yum install shadow-utils.x86_64 -y
                      RUN yum install -y java-1.8.0-openjdk.x86_64
                      RUN yum install -y python3
                      RUN yum install -y gcc autoconf automake libtool zlib-devel openssl-devel maven wget protobuf-compiler cmake make gcc-c++
                      
                      # Additonal Components needed for psutil
                      WORKDIR /root
                      RUN yum install python3-devel -y
                      RUN yum install python-devel -y
                      RUN pip3 install wheel
                      
                      # Install psutil
                      RUN pip3 install pycaret
                      RUN pip3 install spacy
                      
                      # Create a directory for the wheel
                      RUN mkdir wheel_dir 
                      
                      # create the wheel
                      RUN pip3 wheel pycaret -w wheel_dir
                      RUN pip3 wheel spacy -w wheel_dir
                      —
                      
                      Step-4: Run docker build to build your Dockerfile 
                      ==
                      restart the docker daemon 
                      [ec2-user@ip-xxx ~]$ sudo service docker restart
                      [ec2-user@ip-xxx ~]$ docker build -f docfile .
                      
                      [ec2-user@ip-xxx ~]$ docker build -f docfile .
                      Sending build context to Docker daemon  16.38kB
                      Step 1/17 : FROM amazonlinux
                       ---> 7443854fbdb0
                      Step 2/17 : RUN yum update -y
                       ---> Using cache
                      …
                      Removing intermediate container xxx
                       ---> xxx
                      Successfully built xx
                      ==
                      
                      [ec2-user@ip-xxx~]$ docker ps
                      CONTAINER ID   IMAGE     COMMAND   CREATED   STATUS    PORTS     NAMES
                      
                      [ec2-user@ip-xxx~]$ docker image ls
                      REPOSITORY          TAG       IMAGE ID       CREATED          SIZE
                      <none>              <none>    xxx   24 seconds ago   4.28GB
                      <none>              <none>    xxx   43 minutes ago   3.94GB
                      
                      [ec2-user@ip-xxx ~]$ docker ps -a
                      CONTAINER ID   IMAGE               COMMAND                  CREATED          STATUS                      PORTS     NAMES
                      
                      Xxx                  yyy        "/bin/bash"              37 minutes ago   Exited (0) 37 minutes ago             brave_meninsky
                      
                      
                      Step-5 : Extract the whl from the docker container
                          - Get the container ID
                      docker ps (get container ID)
                          - Run the container and keep it from exiting
                      docker run -dite <image>
                          - Verify the location of the wheel file (and get it’s filename)
                       docker exec -t -i <container_id> ls /root/wheel_dir/
                          - Copy the wheel out of docker to EC2
                       docker cp <containerID>:/root/wheel_dir/<wheelFile> .
                      ===
                      [ec2-user@ip-xxx ~]$ docker run -dite e0e1f71b8fad
                      9f0b1aff06dd959f3744edd3804512e73b68aaeef178962f2c0c063b290dbf78
                      
                      [ec2-user@ip-xxx~]$ docker ps
                      CONTAINER ID   IMAGE          COMMAND       CREATED          STATUS          PORTS     NAMES
                      9f0b1aff06dd   e0e1f71b8fad   "/bin/bash"   49 seconds ago   Up 48 seconds             quirky_bose
                      [ec2-user@ip-xxx ~]$ docker ps
                      CONTAINER ID   IMAGE          COMMAND       CREATED         STATUS         PORTS     NAMES
                      52ab3413c962   e0e1f71b8fad   "/bin/bash"   3 seconds ago   Up 2 seconds             fervent_williamson
                      9f0b1aff06dd   e0e1f71b8fad   "/bin/bash"   2 minutes ago   Up 2 minutes             quirky_bose
                      [ec2-user@ip-xxx~]$ docker exec -t -i 52ab3413c962 ls /root/wheel_dir/
                      Boruta-0.3-py3-none-any.whl
                      Bottleneck-1.3.2-cp37-cp37m-linux_x86_64.whl
                      …
                      [ec2-user@ip-xxx ~]$ aws s3 cp pycaret-2.3.2-py3-none-any.whl  s3://cxx/
                      upload: ./pycaret-2.3.2-py3-none-any.whl to s3://cxx/pycaret-2.3.2-py3-none-any.whl
                      
                      ===
                      
                      Step-6: Upload the wheel to S3
                      aws s3 cp <wheelFile> s3://path/to/wheel/
                      
                      Step-7: Pass the S3 URL to Glue
                      
                      Edit your Job
                      Expand “Security configuration, script libraries, and job parameters (optional)”
                      In “Job parameters enter a new Key-Value pair
                      --
                      Key --additional-python-modules
                      Value. <s3URI>
                      --
                      

                      Assign a pointer to a lambda function countaining variables passed by reference

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                          void(*lptr2)(const double&);  // FIXED
                          lptr2 = funcy2;
                          lptr2(5);
                      
                      auto funcy2 = [](double *i) {
                          std::cout << "this is i: " << *i << std::endl;
                      };
                      
                      void(*lptr2)(double *);  // matches
                      lptr2 = funcy2;
                      double i = 1;
                      lptr2(&i);
                      
                      auto funcy2 = [](const double &i) {
                          std::cout << "this is i: " << i << std::endl;
                      };
                      
                      void(*lptr2)(const double &);  // works, the type match the lambda parameter
                      lptr2 = funcy2;
                      lptr2(1);
                      
                      static auto funcy2 = [](const double &i) {
                          std::cout << "this is i: " << i << std::endl;
                      };
                      
                      auto funcy3 = [](double* i) {
                          funcy2(&i); // convert the pointer to a reference
                      };
                      
                      void(*lptr2)(double *);  // BROKE
                      lptr2 = funcy2;
                      lptr2(1);
                      
                      auto funcy2 = [](double *i) {
                          std::cout << "this is i: " << *i << std::endl;
                      };
                      
                      void(*lptr2)(double *);  // matches
                      lptr2 = funcy2;
                      double i = 1;
                      lptr2(&i);
                      
                      auto funcy2 = [](const double &i) {
                          std::cout << "this is i: " << i << std::endl;
                      };
                      
                      void(*lptr2)(const double &);  // works, the type match the lambda parameter
                      lptr2 = funcy2;
                      lptr2(1);
                      
                      static auto funcy2 = [](const double &i) {
                          std::cout << "this is i: " << i << std::endl;
                      };
                      
                      auto funcy3 = [](double* i) {
                          funcy2(&i); // convert the pointer to a reference
                      };
                      
                      void(*lptr2)(double *);  // BROKE
                      lptr2 = funcy2;
                      lptr2(1);
                      
                      auto funcy2 = [](double *i) {
                          std::cout << "this is i: " << *i << std::endl;
                      };
                      
                      void(*lptr2)(double *);  // matches
                      lptr2 = funcy2;
                      double i = 1;
                      lptr2(&i);
                      
                      auto funcy2 = [](const double &i) {
                          std::cout << "this is i: " << i << std::endl;
                      };
                      
                      void(*lptr2)(const double &);  // works, the type match the lambda parameter
                      lptr2 = funcy2;
                      lptr2(1);
                      
                      static auto funcy2 = [](const double &i) {
                          std::cout << "this is i: " << i << std::endl;
                      };
                      
                      auto funcy3 = [](double* i) {
                          funcy2(&i); // convert the pointer to a reference
                      };
                      
                      void(*lptr2)(double *);  // BROKE
                      lptr2 = funcy2;
                      lptr2(1);
                      

                      Concurrent futures in python doesn't wait for processes to finish

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                      import concurrent.futures
                      
                      def funcy(c):
                          print("Hi " + str(c))
                          for e in range(1000):
                              e = e
                          return c*2
                      
                      def main():
                          with concurrent.futures.ProcessPoolExecutor() as executor:
                              f = [1,2,3,4]
                              results = executor.map(funcy,f)
                      
                          for result in results:
                              print(result)
                      
                      if __name__ == '__main__':
                          print("hello1")
                      
                          main()
                      
                          print("hello2")
                      

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                      QUESTION

                      Calling a generic function type: invalid operation: cannot call non-function fn

                      Asked 2022-Mar-19 at 17:16

                      I'll post the code example that I am currently working on. I got the error:

                      error: invalid operation: cannot call non-function fn (variable of type MF constrained by MapFunc)

                      Is it possible to use constraints that contain different function signatures to be used in this way? (I would like to understand how to get what I have written to work first if at all possible.)

                      Here is the example:

                      package main
                      
                      import "fmt"
                      
                      // MapFunc constraint used in Funcy
                      type MapFunc interface {
                          func(s string, ss []string) []string | func(s string, ss []string) []bool
                      }
                      
                      // MapFuncType used for Funcy return constraint
                      type MapFuncType interface {
                          string | bool
                      }
                      
                      // Funcy preforms map operation on generic map functions
                      func Funcy[MF MapFunc, MFT MapFuncType](s string, ss []string, fn MF) []MFT {
                          return fn(s, ss)
                          // error: invalid operation: cannot call non-function fn (variable of type
                          // MF constrained by MapFunc)
                      }
                      
                      // appendTo adds given string to the end of each index of given slice of strings
                      // Ex. appendTo("_", []string{"append", "to"}) --> []string{"append_", "to_"}
                      func appendTo(s string, ss []string) []string {
                          var slice []string
                          for _, v := range ss {
                              slice = append(slice, v+s)
                          }
                          return slice
                      }
                      
                      // isMatch checks given string against each index in given string slice for a
                      // match
                      // Ex. isMatch("hi", []string{"hello", "hi"}) --> []bool{false, true}
                      func isMatch(s string, ss []string) []bool {
                          var slice []bool
                          for _, v := range ss {
                              slice = append(slice, s == v)
                          }
                          return slice
                      }
                      
                      func main() {
                          slice1 := []string{"append", "to"}
                          slice2 := []string{"hello", "hi"}
                      
                          fmt.Println(Funcy(slice1, appendTo))
                          // want: []string{"append_", "to_"}
                          // got: error: cannot infer MFT
                      
                          fmt.Println(Funcy(slice2, isMatch))
                          //[]bool{false, true}
                          // got: error: cannot infer MFT
                      }
                      

                      ANSWER

                      Answered 2022-Mar-19 at 17:14

                      When you constrain the type param MF to MapFunc, you can't call fn because the function types in MapFunc's type set don't have the same signature. They have different return types []string and []bool.

                      So the variable of type fn effectively does not support being called, and you get the (slightly cryptic) error message "cannot call non-function fn".

                      More formally, only a value that has a core type of type function can be called, but the constraint MapFunc doesn't have a core type.

                      The fix would be to parametrize MapFunc and use that type parameter as the return value, so that upon instantiation, it would have a core type:

                      type MapFunc[T MapFuncType] interface {
                          func(s string, ss []string) []T
                      }
                      

                      And instantiate the constraint with MFT in Funcy:

                      func Funcy[MF MapFunc[MFT], MFT MapFuncType](s string, ss []string, fn MF) []MFT {
                          return fn(s, ss)
                      }
                      

                      Source https://stackoverflow.com/questions/71539554

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                      No vulnerabilities reported

                      Install funcy

                      In your Build.scala add the dependencies. Use the test scope, because funcy is not required at runtime. You have to include the dependency for jsoup as well, because I did not yet succeed in building the module so that this dependency is transported to the app in test scope (solution, anybody?).

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