kandi X-RAY | goodbye Summary
kandi X-RAY | goodbye Summary
This project demonstrates the motivations to use a circuit-break for REST endpoints.
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Runs the API .
- Calculate the arctan of the inverse x
- Pushes a NAP request .
- Gets a toast from the network .
- Start server .
- Called when the hand side of a crash .
- Returns the pi number .
- Adds the access - range header to the request .
- Entry point for the Spring application .
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I am trying to convert the
io.ReadCloser (interface) that I am getting after running the Docker image via Go
byte for further use.
When I read from the
stdout, it prints the data perfectly.
stdcopy.StdCopy(os.Stderr, os.Stdout, out) prints:
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-15 at 11:30
Those are stray bytes like
%, etc. prefixed with some of the lines.
The stray bytes appear to be a custom stream multiplexing protocol, allowing
STDERR to be sent down the same connection.
stdcopy.StdCopy() interprets these custom headers and those stray characters are avoided by removing the protocol header for each piece of data.
The project: for a list of meta-data of wordpress-plugins: - approx 50 plugins are of interest! but the challenge is: i want to fetch meta-data of all the existing plugins. What i subsequently want to filter out after the fetch is - those plugins that have the newest timestamp - that are updated (most) recently. It is all aobut acutality... so the base-url to start is this:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-09 at 20:19
The page is rather well organized so scraping it should be pretty straight forward. All you need to do is get the plugin card and then simply extract the necessary parts.
Here's my take on it.
What I have now: (problem at bottom of page)...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-14 at 03:08
You can't exactly get input to a file but you can get the input from the user and insert it into a file. You open a file as
open("filename.txt,"r") to read or
"w" to write or
"r+" for both.
How would I replace part of values (question in df1) according to a lookuptable (new.text in names) - which would look like what is in df2. I assume a lapplpy with gsub would do the job but can't figure out the syntax!...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-11 at 10:26
For one time messages, the sender send a message, the receiver receives a response via a callback....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-11 at 07:19
There is no callback response for port communication. However, you can mimic with a async wrapper that waits for a specific message. This will not just catch the recevier's reponse but all msg.subject that matches. However, with this, you can still do all your logic in one function rather than piecemeal in the listener.
I am using repl.it to code a login/registration screen. The code in Python is below:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Feb-26 at 20:29
I will suggests you change the code to:
I understand its new, but this seems like pretty basic functionality that is not here. When implementing a
.searchable in the new iOS 15, it would seem that a NavigationLink does not work, at all.
Ideally, the searchable would produce a filtered list with a ForEach and for each item, a Nav Link could take you to another view based on your selection. The ForEach and list works and looks beautiful, it just wont take you anywhere.
Watching WWDC21, they talk an awful lot about
.searchable, but very little demonstration/example is given..
Here is a simple example, with no ForEach loop, that shows it does not work at all.. Am I missing something?
Any insight appreciated:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-10 at 14:50
NavigationLink must always be inside
NavigationView, no matter what. If you want to put it outside, like inside
.searchable, you should use programmatic navigation with
I'm trying to run the command
envsubst < myfile to replace environment variables but instead of being replaced with their values, they are being replaced with blank strings.
Here's my example command (split onto separate lines for clarity):...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-09 at 15:26
The variable is not exported, so it's not visible to any command. Export it.
I would like to remove messages that are scheduled to be delivered to a specific queue but i'm finding the process to be unnecessarily burdensome.
Here I am sending a blank message to a queue with a delay:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-08 at 04:00
In order to remove specific messages you need to know the ID which you can get via a browse of the scheduled messages. The only other option available is to use the start and stop time options in the remove operations to remove all messages inside a range.
Can a function tell what's calling it, through the use of memory addresses maybe? For example, function
foo(); gets data on whether it is being called in
main(); rather than some other function?
If so, is it possible to change the content of
foo(); based on what is calling it?
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-08 at 06:49
Knowing who called a specific function is essentially what a stack trace is visualizing. There are no general standard way of extracting that though. In theory one could write code that targeted each system type the software would run on, and implement a stack trace function for each of them. In that case you could examine the stack and see what is before the current function.
But with all that said and done, the question you should probably ask is why? Writing a function that functions in a specific way when called from a specific function is not well isolated logic. Instead you could consider passing in a parameter to the function that caused the change in logic. That would also make the result more testable and reliable.
How to actually extract a stack trace has already received many answers here: How can one grab a stack trace in C?
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You can use goodbye 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 goodbye 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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