Tuesday, March 24, 2015
Monday, June 11, 2012
I'm fairly new to linux and svn. I'm trying to checkout the trunk folder of a project into my public_html directory using this command (while in public_html):
I found this code in the linux headers, /usr/include/dirent.h:
DT_UNKNOWN = 0,
# define DT_UNKNOWN DT_UNKNOWN
DT_FIFO = 1,
# define DT_FIFO DT_FIFO
DT_CHR = 2,
# define DT_CHR DT_CHR
DT_DIR = 4,
# define DT_DIR DT_DIR
DT_BLK = 6,
# define DT_BLK DT_BLK
DT_REG = 8,
# define DT_REG DT_REG
DT_LNK = 10,
# define DT_LNK DT_LNK
DT_SOCK = 12,
# define DT_SOCK DT_SOCK
DT_WHT = 14
# define DT_WHT DT_WHT
What is the absolute simplest way to SSH to a remote server from a local Python (3.0) script, supply a login/password, execute a command and print the output to the Python console? I would rather not use any large external library and not install anything on the remote server.
I have implemented in my app the mitigation to CSRF attacks following the informations that I have read on some blog post around the internet. In particular these post have been the driver of my implementation
While debugging jQuery apps that use AJAX, I often have the need to see the json that is being returned by the service to the browser. So I'll drop the URL for the JSON data into the address bar.
- how to make an Ajax buttons (upward and downward arrows) such that the number can increase or decrease
- how to save the action af an user to an variable NumberOfVotesOfQuestionID
What's the best framework (sort of jquery, extjs, etc like) to use if I'd like to intensively use all the freshest technologies of the HTML5 stack provided by modern browsers (Firefox 7, Safari 5, Chrome 14) and have absolutely no need to support any legacy browsers (incl. no need in IE support at all and no need in Firefox or Chrome prior to the latest stable releases)? I'd like to get all the newest available goodness without having (even abstracted by a library layer) a line of code meant just fore legacy compatibility or keeping any legacy-induced things in mind.
I have UTF-8 encoded nsdata from windows server. I want to convert it to nsstring for iphone. Since data contains characters(like degree symbol) which have different values on both platforms, how do I convert data to string.
I am looking for more iPhone developers who are actively posting to their blog and/or Twitter. I have been learning a lot from books but the online resources beyond Apple's developer site have been hard to find.