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Recently I have found the
%$% pipe operator, but I am missing the point regarding its difference with
%>% and if it could completely replace it.
- The operator
%>%in many cases:
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-08 at 23:14
In addition to the provided comments:
%$% also called the Exposition pipe vs. %>%:
This is a short summary of this article https://towardsdatascience.com/3-lesser-known-pipe-operators-in-tidyverse-111d3411803a
"The key difference in using %$% or %>% lies in the type of arguments of used functions."
One advantage, and as far as I can understand it, for me the only one to use
%>% is the fact that
we can avoid repetitive input of the dataframe name in functions that have no data as an argument.
For example the
lm() has a data argument. In this case we can use both
But in functions like the
cor() which has no data argument:
I am trying to read a PKCS#8 private key which looks like following:
key.k8 --> (Sample key. Passphrase - 123456):...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-30 at 12:33
On second thought, when creating the
JceOpenSSLPKCS8DecryptorProviderBuilder, you're not explicitly specifying the provider:
I'm build Django app, and it's work fine on my machine, but when I run inside docker container it's rest framework keep crashing, but when I comment any connection with rest framework it's work fine.
- My machine: Kali Linux 2021.3
- docker machine: Raspberry Pi 4 4gb
- docker container image: python:rc-alpine3.14
- python version on my machine: Python 3.9.7
- python version on container: Python 3.10.0rc2
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-07 at 19:13
You can downgrade your Python version. That should solve your problem; if not, use
collections.abc.Mapping instead of the deprecated
Refer here: Link
I have a Vue-cli app that I'm trying to convert to vite. I am using Docker to run the server. I looked at a couple tutorials and got vite to run in development mode without errors. However, the browser can't access the port. That is, when I'm on my macbook's command line (outside of Docker) I can't
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Nov-22 at 15:54
I figured it out. I needed to add a "host" attribute in the config, so now my vite.config.ts file is:
I have the following code for connecting to a Postgres database:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Dec-21 at 21:47
The issue is that when connecting in a
docker-compose network, you have to connect to the hostname of the container, in this case
You could also use the other container's
IP but would take additional amount of work, it's simpler to just use the hostname.
In other words, you have the wrong connection string, I got this as well when connecting to
I set up my development environment on Fedora 35 and when I run any brownie command such as
$ brownie console or even
brownie --version I get the following error:
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Dec-22 at 20:40
The problem here seems to be Python 3.10.1!
I used anaconda to create a new virtual environment with Python 3.8.12, installed brownie using
pipx install --python python3.8 eth-brownie and it worked!
The trick here was, to also tell pipx to use another python version, otherwise it would create a dependency to the global python version, which is python 3.10 in my case.
When extending a class, I can easily add some new properties to it.
But what if, when I extend a base class, I want to add new properties to an object (a property which is a simple object) of the base class?
Here is an example with some code.
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Dec-07 at 15:50
If you're just going to reuse a property from a superclass but treat it as a narrower type, you should probably use the
declare property modifier in the subclass instead of re-declaring the field:
I'm getting an error when attempting to compile Haskell tests using test-framework on Windows.Steps to reproduce
Create a new library using Stack:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Nov-20 at 14:21
I assume, given when you posted this question, you are using LTS 18.17. Looking at that LTS, it uses mintty 0.1.3. Looking in mintty 0.1.3's cabal file shows a special flag that is enabled by default that means that
System.Console.MinTTY.Win32 is not included. The comments in that cabal file say that that flag should be used when using Win32 220.127.116.11 or newer.
However, when I look at LTS 18's configuration in Stackage, I can see that it is using Win32 18.104.22.168, so that flag ought to be set to false for this package to work.
So let's check that in the Stackage build constraints. I see that another flag is being set, and it seems to be an old flag that is no longer used (looks like it was used in an older 0.1.2 version). This must be the problem.
The solution: manually set the flag in your stack.yaml:
We have a
Prometheus container and various other services and
metrics exporter containers running in a custom docker network.
In our local dev environment on Win 10 x64 using
Docker desktop everything works fine, the
Prometheus container can scrape the
metrics exporter containers in the custom network as well as the exposed
Docker metrics from the host (Win 10).
On our Ubuntu 18.04 Linux host, latest
Prometheus 2.30.3 container scrapes the metrics exporter containers in the custom network just fine but is unable to scrape the exposed
Docker metrics from the host.
These are the specs and config for the
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Nov-10 at 23:02
figured this out:
in our case
Ubuntu was blocking the requests on
docker0 interface from our containers that are in a custom docker network.
You can see this by checking the UFW logs, you will see how it blocks the requests for
172.17.0.1 (--> host.docker.internal) on the specified metrics port.
Disabling UFW temporarily made it work,
Prometheus could now scrape the Docker metrics on the host.
Re-enabled UFW, then...
(1) gave a custom interface name to my custom docker network
I am finding a problem with
Newtonsoft.Json library throwing a
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Oct-01 at 16:29
Just use the version that MassTransit depends upon, which is much earlier than v13. Upgrading past that without the proper assembly redirects is likely causing your issue.
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