kandi X-RAY | joern Summary
kandi X-RAY | joern Summary
A robust parser for C/C++ storing abstract syntax trees, control flow graphs and program dependence graphs in a neo4j graph database.
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Process a row
- Handle FOR statement
- Handle the ForEach statement
- Handle a Closure node
- Handles the type of a row
- Parse a method
- Parse a function definition
- Parses a class row
- Other brackets are ignored
- Adds a function to the database
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- Otherwise or semicolon
- Otherwise or semicolon
- Add child symbols to the CUseExpression
- Updates an observable
- Returns theAST children of a given node
- Recursively adds child symbols to the symbol table
- Create a use definition for a given AST node
- Returns the nth argument code of a call
- The operator context
- Create a use definition for a given ASTProvider
- Command line parser
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Unable to start build pods for helm project with helm
I am wondering what is the best way to rebuild pods in a helm project on openshift. I am working with java S2i images on openshift 3.10 / 3.11. After updating my Java Code in my repository I would like to start builds.
Eventually I didn't find a solution to solve this problem. For a new deployment I set a timestamp inside the metadata of the deployment config.
So my question is how to trigger new build with helm? Is there a better way as oc start build ?
Thank you in advance,
ANSWERAnswered 2019-Nov-26 at 22:24
Based on the information in the comments, I assume you need to set the correct trigger for your OpenShift image builds. The straight-forward approach seems to be to rebuild the image on every change in the repo. Therefore you should not explicitly state the commit in the BuildConfig and set a Webhook-Trigger from your code repo. For github, add this trigger to your BuildConfig:
I have the following stage in my jenkins pipeline to get all branches of a project. I would like to trigger a build job, if one branch in project has changed on the changed branch.
First detect the changed branch and then checkout this specific branch out (I know that a webhook from bitbucket/github to jenkins would work.).
checkout all branches in project:...
ANSWERAnswered 2019-Nov-22 at 13:41
I propose to use a multibranch pipeline. This simplifies the work you would like to do. The multibranch pipeline keeps track of all your branches and builds only the ones that were changed. You can even filter out branches that doesn’t need a build (e.g. feature branches).
After this, you can select the relevant branches. You have multiple options to do this, now I attached one sample. In case the branch is not part of the selected branches list, then the pipeline will not start.
In your Jenkinsfile, you just have to write
def scmVars = checkout scm. This command will clone the repository and checks out the branch that was changed.
According to How to add a vertical swipe gesture to iPhone app for all screens, I add a two finger swipe down gesture to
window, which works fine on normal pages throughout the whole app. But it fails on the page has
UIScrollView (like UITableViewController). When I swipe down with two fingers on
UIScrollView, it just scrolls it as normal. If I swipe from
UINavigationBar that above
UIScrollView, it works fine again.
The ideal result is that I can scroll tableview by one finger normally, and call some method by swiping page with two fingers without scrolling tableview. This is used in TweetBot to switch dark mode, works perfectly.
According to Apple's document: Using Responders and the Responder Chain to Handle Events, I think I understand how the Responder Chain works, so I want to ask
UIScrollView to ignore the two fingers swipe gesture so that it can pass this event to
UIWindow. But I can't figure out how to:
I tried to implement
func gestureRecognizer(_:, shouldRequireFailureOf otherGestureRecognizer:) from Apple's document, or override
gestureRecognizerShouldBegin(_) by inherit
UITableView. But all didn't work.
Any solutions or advice is welcomed.Update - Final Solution
I simplified joern's solution and here is.
ANSWERAnswered 2018-Oct-29 at 10:03
When you add the
UISwipeGestureRecognizer to your window, keep a reference to it, so you can access it later via the
I know to how to create local notification in Swift 3( I am new in this part), However, I want to create something like below image. All tutorials in the web are too old and I do not what should I do.
As you can see before extending notification , there are 2 buttons. after extending also there are 2 buttons with red and blue color.
The slide gesture only show clear. Is there any settings for showing both clear and view
ANSWERAnswered 2017-Sep-05 at 06:20
The red and blue buttons are only available in iOS versions prior to iOS 10. With iOS 10 the notifications design changed. The slide gesture is used for the standard actions Clear and View. The custom actions Snooze and Confirm will be displayed when you force touch the notification or pull it down (for devices without force touch). If you are using a device with force touch the View button might not be shown.
The buttons look different now:
So, here is how you implement Local Notifications with Swift 3 / 4:
For iOS versions prior to iOS 10:
If you are supporting iOS versions prior to iOS10 you have to use the old (deprecated with iOS 10)
I followed the instructions at:
to install joern, and then the following to test Joern:
And got this error (using ipython):...
ANSWERAnswered 2017-Apr-19 at 15:50
You most likely have a version of py2neo installed that is incompatible with Joern. If you used pip to install py2neo, you will get v3.x but Joern appears to only support v2.0 at the moment. Run the following command to confirm:
python -c "import py2neo; print py2neo.__version__"
If the above does not print
2.0, remove py2neo by running
pip uninstall py2neo and then install v2.0 specifically by running
pip install py2neo==2.0. Then re-test by running
python -c "from py2neo.ext.gremlin import Gremlin" - it should complete without errors.
When using Joern, I accessed the Neo4j database via python-joern with the following code....
ANSWERAnswered 2017-Feb-25 at 07:15
I had searched a lot for my question. Finally I found the solution here: https://github.com/fabsx00/python-joern/issues/14. Anyone who has got the same problem can see it.
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You can use joern 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 joern 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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