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# Download and run via wget /bin/bash -c "$(wget -O - https://github.com/XuehaiPan/Dev-Setup/raw/HEAD/setup.sh)" # Download and run via curl /bin/bash -c "$(curl -fL https://github.com/XuehaiPan/Dev-Setup/raw/HEAD/setup.sh)" # Download via git git
Trending Discussions on dev-setup
Using a MacBook Pro, Big Sur OS, I followed the hyperledger fabric documentation, I installed all the required files and tools. However, when I reached to the final step, the code generated a goimports error that I am not able to repair. The Error was the following:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Oct-28 at 09:34
Two things to try:
- Use Go 1.16 (which is the version currently used to build/run Fabric).
- Use Go installed to /usr/local/go with the official installer rather than installed with Homebrew.
If there really is something wrong with the imports in those files, which there shouldn't be unless they have been modified locally, use the
goimports -l -w command for each of the files listed to correct them.
For reference, I am also using a Macbook Pro, running MacOS Monterey but previously with Big Sur, and
make basic-checks runs cleanly for me with Go 1.16.9 on the latest main branch code.
As a newbie in Clojure I'm trying my first re-frame app. It is a wizard containing sections. Each of the sections can contain one or more components. Each component could be a text-block, numeric input, ...
But if I change a value of a component in REPL, by dispatching the
set-component-value event, the html doesn't get rerendered to show the updated value. However I do see in re-frisk debugger that the db gets updated.
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Mar-04 at 10:24
1st, I commented out a bit too much while debugging the
2nd, the function parameter of
component-data was not right
I am using a separate nodejs container as in How to use a separate node container in your ddev setup?, but I'd really like to add the gatsby-cli npm package to it, and maybe add sudo as well. I know how to add a custom Dockerfile to the web service and do these things but how can I do it with a custom service?...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Oct-17 at 15:19
You can do the same things ddev does to add a custom Dockerfile, and add a
build stanza and a
.ddev/-build directory with the needed files.
So for a .ddev/docker-compose.node.yaml file:
This README file provides a link to instructions on how to create the ManageIQ Appliance dev setup for a MAC OSX environment, but it says that Linux instructions are TBD. See Screenshot:
Are we truly limited to MAC OS for development? Are there no instructions out there for setting up in a Linux or Windows environment?
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Apr-16 at 09:13
Can one create an MIQ Dev Appliance in Linux or Windows environment?
You can find the detailed guide here for different Linux distros.
Are we truly limited to MAC OS for development?
The main limitation is that Podman client On MacOS doesn't work properly. Since podman a tool for running Linux containers, you gonna need some remote linux machine running, in order to install the remote client and then setup ssh connection information in the podman-remote.conf file. (here)
I've been running a dev-setup for a while without issue. I'm using Docker for Windows with Windows Subsystem for Linux 2. It's been working very well. Today when trying to spin up docker-compose, it failed with the following error:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Mar-23 at 22:10
I managed to solve it.
I noticed that running
docker-compose up prepended a hash to the image name every single time the command was run. This resulted in a comically long image name.
docker-compose images showed this image being present.
docker-compose rm removed the image, which allowed the right image to be created and run.
I have filed this as a bug in docker-compose.
No vulnerabilities reported
You can use dev-setup like any standard Python library. You will need to make sure that you have a development environment consisting of a Python distribution including header files, a compiler, pip, and git installed. Make sure that your pip, setuptools, and wheel are up to date. When using pip it is generally recommended to install packages in a virtual environment to avoid changes to the system.
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