kandi X-RAY | marked Summary
kandi X-RAY | marked Summary
A markdown parser and compiler. Built for speed.
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Main command line
- Parse a stream .
- set stamp version to file
- handle message worker
- handle changes from Markdown
- Splits a table row of cells into two cells
- Build markdown file
- process messages
- Initialize Lexer with a tokenizer .
- Add commit to a commit
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As we all know, classes can't be inherited from fundamental types and from classes that are marked as
final. But despite that, the code presented below compiles without any problems on Clang 12 and GCC 9.
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Apr-04 at 12:55
The compiler requires that the code be free of syntactic errors. And the sample snippet doesn't have any. Only when you create an
Inheriter object can the compiler raise any errors (such as the ones you are expecting)
We have some apps (or maybe we should call them a handful of scripts) that use Google APIs to facilitate some administrative tasks. Recently, after making another client_id in the same project, I started getting an error message similar to the one described in localhost redirect_uri does not work for Google Oauth2 (results in 400: invalid_request error). I.e.,
Error 400: invalid_request
You can't sign in to this app because it doesn't comply with Google's OAuth 2.0 policy for keeping apps secure.
You can let the app developer know that this app doesn't comply with one or more Google validation rules.
The content in this section has been provided by the app developer. This content has not been reviewed or verified by Google.
If you’re the app developer, make sure that these request details comply with Google policies.
How do I get through this error? It is important to note that:
- The OAuth consent screen for this project is marked as "Internal". Therefore any mentions of Google review of the project, or publishing status are irrelevant
- I do have "Trust internal, domain-owned apps" enabled for the domain
- Another client id in the same project works and there are no obvious differences between the client IDs - they are both "Desktop" type which only gives me a Client ID and Client secret that are different
- This is a command line script, so I use the "copy/paste" verification method as documented here hence the
urn:ietf:wg:oauth:2.0:oobredirect URI (copy/paste is the only friendly way to run this on a headless machine which has no browser).
- I was able to reproduce the same problem in a dev domain. I have three client ids. The oldest one is from January 2021, another one from December 2021, and one I created today - March 2022. Of those, only the December 2021 works and lets me choose which account to authenticate with before it either accepts it or rejects it with "Error 403: org_internal" (this is expected). The other two give me an "Error 400: invalid_request" and do not even let me choose the "internal" account. Here are the URLs generated by my app (I use the ruby google client APIs) and the only difference between them is the client_id - January 2021, December 2021, March 2022.
Here is the part of the code around the authorization flow, and the URLs for the different client IDs are what was produced on the
$stderr.puts url line. It is pretty much the same thing as documented in the official example here (version as of this writing).
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-02 at 07:56
steps.oauth.v2.invalid_request 400 This error name is used for multiple different kinds of errors, typically for missing or incorrect parameters sent in the request. If is set to false, use fault variables (described below) to retrieve details about the error, such as the fault name and cause.
- GenerateAccessToken GenerateAuthorizationCode
What specific syntax or configuration changes must be made in order to resolve the error below in which terraform is failing to create an instance of
The terraform code that is triggering the error when
terraform apply is run is as follows:
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Oct-07 at 18:35
This was a bug, reported as GitHub issue:
The resolution to the problem in the OP is to upgrade the version from
2.6.0 in the
required_providers block from the code in the OP above as follows:
lifecycle library to 2.4.0 Android studio marked all Lifecycle events as deprecated.
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Dec-16 at 18:53
It's deprecated because they now expect you to use Java 8 and implement the interface DefaultLifecycleObserver. Since Java 8 allows interfaces to have default implementations, they defined DefaultLifecycleObserver with empty implementations of all the methods so you only need to override the ones you use.
The old way of marking functions with
@OnLifecycleEvent was a crutch for pre-Java 8 projects. This was the only way to allow a class to selectively choose which lifecycle events it cared about. The alternative would have been to force those classes to override all the lifecycle interface methods, even if leaving them empty.
In your case, change your class to implement DefaultLifecycleObserver and change your functions to override the applicable functions of DefaultLifecycleObserver. If your project isn't using Java 8 yet, you need to update your Gradle build files. Put these in the
android block in your module's
I have recently created an Apple Push Service certificate on my M1 mac mini. In the Keychain, it says the certificate is not trusted.
I have installed the Developer Relations Intermediate Certificate as mentioned in here
Also installed the following Intermediate Certificates from Apple
Still, the Push Service certificate shows it's not trusted. Meanwhile, new development and distribution certificates created are marked as "This certificate is valid". Can anyone point me in the right direction to fix this issue?...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-22 at 06:25
I have installed the G3, G4, and G5 certificates from the Apple certificate authority and that solved my problem
In Cloudkit Dashboard, I select Record Type, Edit Indexes, then I select Add Basic Index. I see in the dropdown createTime, createdBy, eTag, modTime, modifiedBy, recordID and the record fields. I do not see recordName in the dropdown( Attached screenshot). Without creating index on recordName, I cannot query the record in cloudKit Dashboard. I get error: Field 'recordName' is not marked queryable How to create index on recordName?...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Oct-25 at 17:18
I ran into this same issue and solved it by adding
___recordID as a queryable index. When it is added to the list of indexes, the field changes to
To add this as a queryable index, go to the Schema Section -> Indexes, and click Add Basic Index.
Consider the following:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Dec-30 at 08:54
If you look closely at the specification of
ranges::size in [range.prim.size], except when the type of
R is the primitive array type,
ranges::size obtains the size of
r by calling the
size() member function or passing it into a free function.
And since the parameter type of
transform() function is reference,
ranges::size(r) cannot be used as a constant expression in the function body, this means we can only get the size of
r through the type of
R, not the object of
However, there are not many standard range types that contain size information, such as primitive arrays,
std::span, and some simple range adaptors. So we can define a function to detect whether
R is of these types, and extract the size from its type in a corresponding way.
In the following example function
f() returning incomplete type
A is marked as deleted:
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Dec-19 at 10:26
Clang is wrong.
2 The type of a parameter or the return type for a function definition shall not be a (possibly cv-qualified) class type that is incomplete or abstract within the function body unless the function is deleted ([dcl.fct.def.delete]).
That's pretty clear I think. A deleted definition allows for an incomplete class type. It's not like the function can actually be called in a well-formed program, or the body is actually using the incomplete type in some way. The function is a placeholder to signify an invalid result to overload resolution.
Granted, the parameter types are more interesting in the case of actual overload resolution (and the return type can be anything), but there is no reason to restrict the return type into being complete here either.
I have a list of lists in JSON format like the following. I need to convert these lists into DropDownMenu items in Flutter. To do that,
- Read the data from the JSON file
- Convert the data to an available class format(FormContent class)
- Create a Future that returns a list of FormContent.
- Read the data inside the FutureBuilder
- Convert the list of FormContent into a List of Strings that DropDownMenu could accept
At the end where I print the first item of the
items, I get
Instance of 'FormContent' as a result of this execution(I marked it in the FutureBuilder widget, below). What I was expecting is the list of
"stajTuru" in the JSON file.
["Ortopedi", "Kardiyoloji","Dermatoloji", "Pediatri"]
Since there is a nested list format. I tried to execute
print(items.toString()); to get the first item's content. However, I get an error like this
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Dec-18 at 19:58
you made a mistake, form content properties need to make public,
std::string construction from
std::string_viewthere is a template constructor
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Dec-02 at 08:14
The ambiguity is that
std::string_view are both constructible from
const char *. That makes things like
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