kandi X-RAY | xregexp Summary
kandi X-RAY | xregexp Summary
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- Creates a regular expression instance .
- Replace placeholder expressions in the match .
- Copy a regular expression into a regular expression .
- Run tokens against a given pattern .
- Formats the given pattern flags .
- Invert a range string to a range .
- Adds extended data to the regex instance .
- Check if a flag is supported .
- Get a contextual token separator .
- Add a match to the match object .
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I have made a portfolio + blog website using Django. it works perfectly when running it locally but after I deployed it to Heroku, accessing the portfolio redirected me to a 500 server error. I turned on debug mode and when I did the same, it didn't throw a 500 server error, however, the pictures won't load. this is very confusing and help will be very appreciated...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Nov-01 at 05:13
Your settings.py seems fine, try adding this code to project-name/urls.py
I know Dart uses the ECMAScript engine which does not support \pL (matches any kind of letter from any language). In JS world there is xregexp which solves this, but in Dart I haven't found any off the shelf solution for this apart from using unicode ranges (just like [a-z]) between certain code points which are supposed to contain all letters that \pL would.
I don't find a range that is proven to contain every letter that it supposed to contain (every letter from every language including diacritics)
Is there such thing, a "battle-tested" range?
Example: I want to match the word "căști", here (in PCRE2) \pL works, but if I change to ECMAScript it doesn't recognize \pL. If I change the pattern to one taken from this answer, then the word is matched.
So, even tho the above pattern matches this word "căști" I am still not 100% sure that it will match every other word composed by all the possible letters out there. This is why I am asking if there is a recommended pattern for this issue....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jul-04 at 10:28
Try and see if the following examples does what you want:
Using XRegExp I have the following regex to match words that start with uppercase letters:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-May-13 at 11:19
You can use
XRegExp.match with the
scope set to all/
g modifer, or run
XRegExp.exec in a loop:
I am trying to deploy my projekt to a server via bitbucket-pipeline with a .yml script. The projekt has a laravel backend with PHP 7.4 and a Vue Js frontend. The problem occurs when the frontend builds with Yarn Run. The build process is working on my colleagues and my local maschine with the exact same yarn.lock and package.json, but not in the pipeline. Local we also have the same node and yarn/npm version.
This is our pipeline script :...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Feb-05 at 07:55
For anyone with the same problem, we found the answer. The problem was the following command :
I would like to convert this:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Dec-02 at 02:09
According to their documentation
replace supports two match parameters;
Regexp. That being said it will not parse a string expression, and so would be treated as a literal string replacement. To Use a
xregex you would first have to create a expression instance and then use that as an argument.
i have this html string:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Aug-15 at 19:47
Following is the logging snippet I have used in my django settings.py file. All the GET,POST requests are getting written to log but when i wrote logger.info("print something"), its not getting printed/captured in console as well as the log file
Please suggest a workaround to capture logger.info() logs
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Jul-07 at 22:41
It's probably because your views module doesn't have a logging level set, so it will inherit the root logger's default level of
WARNING. If you add a
root entry with a level of
INFO, similarly to the documented examples, you should see messages from other modules. Alternatively you can specify logger names under the
loggers key for your specific module hierarchy, whatever that is. (Your example only overrides the
WARNING level for modules in the
django hierarchy, i.e. code in Django itself.)
When I go to http://127.0.0.1:8000/, at the very top of the page, it says...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Jun-18 at 04:25
Probably you defined the model class as a string in your view. Change it to model class. Like this:
This is a followup question to How to detect text language with jQuery and XRegExp to display mixed RTL and LTR text correctly
I'm using the Custom Twitter Feed plugin to display a client's Twitter feed on a website. He tweets in both English and Arabic. To test whether a tweet is in English or Arabic, and then style for ltr or rtl, I'm using this simple jQuery script suggested by the developer....
ANSWERAnswered 2020-May-16 at 12:07
I've found an answer that seems to work by coming at the problem from a different angle. Instead of trying to exclude the URLs I'm just matching the first word in the tweet for English or Arabic and then setting the text styling from that. The revised script is now:
i wrote this and my static files don't load
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Mar-08 at 13:43
For local development usually I use
STATICFILES_DIRS like this:
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