kandi X-RAY | makesite Summary
kandi X-RAY | makesite Summary
This repository contains the source code of an example website containing two static blogs and a few static pages. The website can be generated by running [makesite.py] makesite.py). The output looks like [this] That’s it!.
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Render pages
- Reads the content of a file
- Write text to filename
- Read headers from text
- Render template
- Read content of a file
- Format date in RFC 2822 format
- Log a message
- Render a list
- Truncate text
- Read content of filename
makesite Key Features
makesite Examples and Code Snippets
addSbtPlugin("com.nrinaudo" % "kantan.dot-sbt" % "x.y.z") addSbtPlugin("com.nrinaudo" % "kantan.dot-sbt-site" % "xyz")
Trending Discussions on makesite
I want to dynamically call a native method from Java. Because the method signature is unknown at compile time, I've made generic native methods for most primitive return types that have the same signature:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Apr-13 at 09:20
In the package documentation we find the statement
The type of the call site's target must be exactly equal to the type derived from the invocation's type descriptor and passed to the bootstrap method.
So it is not enough to be compatible in terms of
invoke, but it has to be compatible with
.asVarargsCollector(Object.class), it is possible to
invoke the handle, but it’s not matching the exact signature. But we can adapt it via
If the current method is a variable arity method handle argument list conversion may involve the conversion and collection of several arguments into an array, as described elsewhere.
This implies that the combination of
asType should work. But we can also consider the general relationship between
invokeExact mentioned in the same method documentation:
This method provides the crucial behavioral difference between
invokeExactand plain, inexact
invoke. The two methods perform the same steps when the caller's type descriptor exactly matches the callee's, but when the types differ, plain
asType(or some internal equivalent) in order to match up the caller's and callee's types.
In other words, if
invoke works successfully, the
asType conversion also must be possible to meet the requirements for
Which we can demonstrate:
I'm upgrading jdk 8 to 11.
I load some class in
checkPermission method then security manager emit
recursive update exception. but use
jdk1.8.0_202 everything works fine.
What causes this problem?
- My environment.
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Aug-12 at 10:50
The stack trace indicates that the issue is connected with the module loading rather than class loading, which explains why you don’t have the problem in JDK 8 that doesn’t have modules.
When you read the stack trace starting at the bottom, i.e.
I have one Athena database on AWS side. I want to access it and do some query. Here is my .java classes
ANSWERAnswered 2019-Dec-10 at 15:17
HTTPCORE-499: Make interface Header extend NameValuePair.
httpcore to at least version
I have these two interfaces. One is public (A), the other one is package private (AA).
ANSWERAnswered 2019-Sep-02 at 10:57
This appears to be a bug in certain Java versions.
I can replicate it if I compile and run it with JDK 8, specifically:
I have an object constructor in my server file that constructs an object that includes some functions. When I send the object with Express in my server.js file and retrieve it with an axios get request in my app.js file, the object's functions are missing. Why is this? How can I send/get the functions with the object?
I'm using React (I don't think that matters though). The functions allow me to update the object's data. The object is supposed to act as a folder for other sites.
ANSWERAnswered 2019-Jul-16 at 04:13
You can't send functions through the http protocol. If you wish to use the same constructor and methods, my tip is, move all this code to a file without any environment (nodejs, browser) references, and use the same file in both places.
I used Proguard with Maven to masking my Java code.
I change all functions from anonymous declaration to Lambda expression0 but after compiling and running I get error...
ANSWERAnswered 2017-Jan-23 at 16:23
There is problem with optimization changing enums to integer.
Just turn off this optimization and works fine.
No vulnerabilities reported
For a quick demo on your local system, just enter this command: make serve If you don't have `make` but have Python 3.x, enter this command: python3 makesite.py cd _site python3 -m http.server Note: In some environments, you may need to use `python` instead of `python3` to invoke Python 3.x. If you only have Python 2.7, enter this command: python makesite.py cd _site python -m SimpleHTTPServer Then visit http://localhost:8000/. It should look like [this](https://tmug.github.io/makesite-demo). Note: You can run [makesite.py](makesite.py) with Python 2.7 or Python 3.x.
You may see a few Cannot render Markdown warning messages in the output of the previous command. This is due to the fact that an example [blog](content/blog) in this project has a few posts written in Markdown. To render them correctly, install the commonmark package with this command: pip install commonmark Then try the previous step again.
For an Internet-facing website, you would be hosting the static website/blog on a hosting service and/or with a web server such as Apache HTTP Server, Nginx, etc. You probably only need to generate the static files and know where the static files are and move them to your hosting location. If you have the `make` command, enter this command to generate your website: make site If you don't have `make` but have `python3`, enter this command: python3 makesite.py Note: In some environments, you may need to use `python` instead of `python3` to invoke Python 3.x. If you only have `python`, enter this command: python makesite.py The `_site` directory contains the entire generated website. The content of this directory may be copied to your website hosting location.
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