kandi X-RAY | camplight Summary
kandi X-RAY | camplight Summary
Camplight is a Python implementation of the [Campfire API]. The project comes with a Python module that can be imported via import camplight and a simple command-line tool named camplight to utilize it.
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Returns a Room instance
- Make a HTTP request
- Find a room by name
- Get all rooms
- Send GET request
- Run migrations
- Convert infile to rst
- Prints a message
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I am trying to upgrade to React Router v6 (
Here is my updated code:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-18 at 18:41
I think you should use the no match route approach.
Check this in the documentation.
[..] An object that is not a subobject of any other object is called a complete object [..].
So consider this snippet of code:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-21 at 00:32
- An object is not a class.
- An object is an instantiation of a class, an array, or built-in-type.
- Subobjects are class member objects, array elements, or base classes of an object.
- Derived objects (and most-derived objects) only make sense in the context of class inheritance.
I was wondering if there was an easy solution to the the following problem. The problem here is that I want to keep every element occurring inside this list after the initial condition is true. The condition here being that I want to remove everything before the condition that a value is greater than 18 is true, but keep everything after. Example
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-05 at 19:59
You can use
I have run in to an odd problem after converting a bunch of my YAML pipelines to use templates for holding job logic as well as for defining my pipeline variables. The pipelines run perfectly fine, however I get a "Some recent issues detected related to pipeline trigger." warning at the top of the pipeline summary page and viewing details only states: "Configuring the trigger failed, edit and save the pipeline again."
The odd part here is that the pipeline works completely fine, including triggers. Nothing is broken and no further details are given about the supposed issue. I currently have YAML triggers overridden for the pipeline, but I did also define the same trigger in the YAML to see if that would help (it did not).
I'm looking for any ideas on what might be causing this or how I might be able to further troubleshoot it given the complete lack of detail that the error/warning provides. It's causing a lot of confusion among developers who think there might be a problem with their builds as a result of the warning.
Here is the main pipeline. the build repository is a shared repository for holding code that is used across multiple repos in the build system. dev.yaml contains dev environment specific variable values. Shared holds conditionally set variables based on the branch the pipeline is running on....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Aug-17 at 14:58
I think I may have figured out the problem. It appears that this is related to the use of conditionals in the variable setup. While the variables will be set in any valid trigger configuration, it appears that the proper values are not used during validation and that may have been causing the problem. Switching my conditional variables to first set a default value and then replace the value conditionally seems to have fixed the problem.
It would be nice if Microsoft would give a more useful error message here, something to the extent of the values not being found for a given variable, but adding defaults does seem to have fixed the problem.
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-02 at 08:18
I got a large list of JSON objects that I want to parse depending on the start of one of the keys, and just wildcard the rest. A lot of the keys are similar, like
"matchme-bar". There is a builtin wildcard, but it is only used for whole values, kinda like an
I might be overlooking something but I can't find a solution anywhere in the proposal:
Also a bit more about it in PEP-636:
My data looks like this:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Dec-17 at 10:43
You can use a guard:
I need to navigate back to the original requested URL after login.
For example, user enters
www.example.com/settings as user is not authenticated, it will navigate to login page
Once authenticated, it should navigate back to
My original approach with
react-router-dom v5 is quite simple:
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Dec-15 at 05:41
react-router-dom v6 rendering routes and handling redirects is quite different than in v5. Gone are custom route components, they are replaced with a wrapper component pattern.
v5 - Custom Route
Takes props and conditionally renders a
Route component with the route props passed through or a
Redirect component with route state holding the current
I'm trying to test an API endpoint with a patch request to ensure it works.
APILiveServerTestCase but can't seem to get the permissions required to patch the item. I created one user (
adminuser) who is a superadmin with access to everything and all permissions.
My test case looks like this:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Dec-11 at 07:34
The test you have written is also testing the Django framework logic (ie: Django admin login). I recommend testing your own functionality, which occurs after login to the Django admin. Django's testing framework offers a helper for logging into the admin,
client.login. This allows you to focus on testing your own business logic/not need to maintain internal django authentication business logic tests, which may change release to release.
In this programming problem, the input is an
m integer matrix. Typically,
n≈ 105 and
m ≈ 10. The official solution (1606D, Tutorial) is quite imperative: it involves some matrix manipulation, precomputation and aggregation. For fun, I took it as an STUArray implementation exercise.
I have managed to implement it using STUArray, but still the program takes way more memory than permitted (256MB). Even when run locally, the maximum resident set size is >400 MB. On profiling, reading from stdin seems to be dominating the memory footprint:
readv.readInt, responsible for parsing integers and saving them into a 2D list, are taking around 50-70 MB, as opposed to around 16 MB = (106 integers) × (8 bytes per integer + 8 bytes per link).
Is there a hope I can get the total memory below 256 MB? I'm already using
Text package for input. Maybe I should avoid lists altogether and directly read integers from stdin to the array. How can we do that? Or, is the issue elsewhere?
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Dec-05 at 11:40
Contrary to common belief Haskell is quite friendly with respect to problems like that. The real issue is that the
array library that comes with GHC is total garbage. Another big problem is that everyone is taught in Haskell to use lists where arrays should be used instead, which is usually one of the major sources of slow code and memory bloated programs. So, it is not surprising that GC takes a long time, it is because there is way too much stuff being allocation. Here is a run on the supplied input for the solution provided below:
I'm looking for a way to have all keys / values pair of a nested object.
(For the autocomplete of MongoDB dot notation key / value type)...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Dec-02 at 09:30
In order to achieve this goal we need to create permutation of all allowed paths. For example:
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