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  • How to test the expectation on the eventSpy

    - by Lorraine Bernard
    I am trying to test a backbone.model when saving. Here's my piece of code. As you can see from the comment there is a problem with toHaveBeenCalledOnce method. P.S.: I am using jasmine 1.2.0 and Sinon.JS 1.3.4 describe('when saving', function () { beforeEach(function () { this.server = sinon.fakeServer.create(); this.responseBody = '{"id":3,"title":"Hello","tags":["garden","weekend"]}'; this.server.respondWith( 'POST', Routing.generate(this.apiName), [ 200, {'Content-Type': 'application/json'}, this.responseBody ] ); this.eventSpy = sinon.spy(); }); afterEach(function() { this.server.restore(); }); it('should not save when title is empty', function() { this.model.bind('error', this.eventSpy); this.model.save({'title': ''}); expect(this.eventSpy).toHaveBeenCalledOnce(); // TypeError: Object [object Object] has no method 'toHaveBeenCalledOnce' expect(this.eventSpy).toHaveBeenCalledWith(this.model, 'cannot have an empty title'); }); }); console.log(expect(this.eventSpy));

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  • Leveraging hobby experience to get a job

    - by Bernard
    Like many other's I began programming at an early age. I started when I was 11 and I learned C when I was 14 (now 26). While most of what I did were games just to entertain myself I did everything from low level 2D graphics, and binary I/O, to interfacing with free API's, custom file systems, audio, 3D animations, OpenGL, web sites, etc. I worked on a wide variety of things trying to make various games. Because of this experience I have tested out of every college level C/C++ programming course I have ever been offered. In the classes I took, my classmates would need a week to do what I finished in class with an hour or two of work. I now have my degree now and I have 2 years of experience working full time as a web developer however I would like to get back into C++ and hopefully do simulation programming. Unfortunately I have yet to do C++ as a job, I have only done it for testing out of classes and doing my senior project in college. So most of what I have in C++ is still hobby experience and I don't know how to best convey that so that I don't end up stuck doing something too low level for me. Right now I see a job offer that requires 2 years of C++ experience, but I have at least 9 (I didn't do C++ everyday for the last 14 years). How do I convey my experience? How much is it truly worth? and How do I get it's full value? The best thing that I can think of is a demo and a portfolio, however that only comes into play after an interview has been secured. I used a portfolio to land my current job. All answers and advice are appreciated.

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  • Unknown error sourcing a script containing 'typeset -r' wrapped in command substitution

    - by Bernard Assaf
    I wish to source a script, print the value of a variable this script defines, and then have this value be assigned to a variable on the command line with command substitution wrapping the source/print commands. This works on ksh88 but not on ksh93 and I am wondering why. $ cat typeset_err.ksh #!/bin/ksh unset _typeset_var typeset -i -r _typeset_var=1 DIR=init # this is the variable I want to print When run on ksh88 (in this case, an AIX 6.1 box), the output is as follows: $ A=$(. ./typeset_err.ksh; print $DIR) $ echo $A init When run on ksh93 (in this case, a Linux machine), the output is as follows: $ A=$(. ./typeset_err.ksh; print $DIR) -ksh: _typeset_var: is read only $ print $A ($A is undefined) The above is just an example script. The actual thing I wish to accomplish is to source a script that sets values to many variables, so that I can print just one of its values, e.g. $DIR, and have $A equal that value. I do not know in advance the value of $DIR, but I need to copy files to $DIR during execution of a different batch script. Therefore the idea I had was to source the script in order to define its variables, print the one I wanted, then have that print's output be assigned to another variable via $(...) syntax. Admittedly a bit of a hack, but I don't want to source the entire sub-script in the batch script's environment because I only need one of its variables. The typeset -r code in the beginning is the error. The script I'm sourcing contains this in order to provide a semaphore of sorts--to prevent the script from being sourced more than once in the environment. (There is an if statement in the real script that checks for _typeset_var = 1, and exits if it is already set.) So I know I can take this out and get $DIR to print fine, but the constraints of the problem include keeping the typeset -i -r. In the example script I put an unset in first, to ensure _typeset_var isn't already defined. By the way I do know that it is not possible to unset a typeset -r variable, according to ksh93's man page for ksh. There are ways to code around this error. The favorite now is to not use typeset, but just set the semaphore without typeset (e.g. _typeset_var=1), but the error with the code as-is remains as a curiosity to me, and I want to see if anyone can explain why this is happening. By the way, another idea I abandoned was to grep the variable I need out of its containing script, then print that one variable for $A to be set to; however, the variable ($DIR in the example above) might be set to another variable's value (e.g. DIR=$dom/init), and that other variable might be defined earlier in the script; therefore, I need to source the entire script to make sure I all variables are defined so that $DIR is correctly defined when sourcing.

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  • How do I flag a folder as being a package?

    - by Pierre Bernard
    I used to think that folders needed to have an extension so that they are recognized as packages by the Finder. That extension would be declared in the owning application's Info.plist. Obviously there is another, more elegant way, but I can't figure out how it is done. E.g. the iPhoto Library is being treated as a package by the Finder. Yet it has no extension. mdls reveals that it indeed has "com.apple.package" in the content type tree. The actual content type is dynamically assigned. How did iPhoto go about to create such a directory?

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  • subversion 1.6.x losing changes on check-in

    - by Bernard
    I'm trying to figure out if this is a known issue with SVN 1.6.x Developer A modifies a file and commits it. Developer B modifies the same file. Tries to commit it and gets told local copy out of date so does an update and then a commit. However the changes from Developer A are lost so the resulting file only contains the version that Developer B checked in. We can see this in the logs. It seems to happen when the same file is modified but in different places. Anyone else experienced this? We've had it happen 4 or 5 times in the past few weeks and we've lost a half day or so each time trying to figure out what's been lost, etc. We're starting to lose confidence in SVN. Should we be thinking of moving to GIT or Mecurial? Would that sort out this problem?

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  • How to include the login form on the Home index page in MVC

    - by Bernard Larouche
    Hi guys I really need your help for this. I am relatively new to programming and I need help to something that could be easy for a experienced programmer. I would like to get the login form that we get for free in an MVC application on the left sidebar of my Home index page instead of the usual Account/Login page. I am facing some problems. First I need a product object to be displayed on my Home Index page as well. What I did is that I added a product object to the LogOnModel that they provide in the AccountModels class and I created a UserControl (partial view) copying the content of the LogOn.aspx view. Now my Home index.aspx as well as my partial view inherits the LogOnModel class. I can see the Login form on my Home Index page as well as my product object BUT the login Form is never empty. The last username and password always appear there. I know I must have forgotten something or have done something wrong or the way did it is completely wrong !! Please could you give me some advice Thks <%@ Control Language="C#" Inherits="System.Web.Mvc.ViewUserControl<CoderForTradersSite.Models.LogOnModel>" %> <h4>Login Form</h4> <p> Please enter your username and password. <%= Html.ActionLink("Register", "Register") %> if you don't have an account. </p> <% using (Html.BeginForm()) { %> <%= Html.ValidationSummary(true, "Login was unsuccessful. Please correct the errors and try again.") %> <div> <fieldset> <legend>Account Information</legend> <div class="editor-label"> <%= Html.LabelFor(m => m.UserName) %> </div> <div class="editor-field"> <%= Html.TextBoxFor(m => m.UserName) %> <%= Html.ValidationMessageFor(m => m.UserName) %> </div> <div class="editor-label"> <%= Html.LabelFor(m => m.Password) %> </div> <div class="editor-field"> <%= Html.PasswordFor(m => m.Password) %> <%= Html.ValidationMessageFor(m => m.Password) %> </div> <div class="editor-label"> <%= Html.CheckBoxFor(m => m.RememberMe) %> <%= Html.LabelFor(m => m.RememberMe) %> </div> <p> <input type="submit" value="Log On" /> </p> </fieldset> </div> <% } %>

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  • Extend the bootstrap-typeahead in order to take an object instead of a string

    - by Lorraine Bernard
    _.extend($.fn.typeahead.Constructor.prototype, { render: function (items) { var that = this; items = $(items).map(function (i, item) { i = $(that.options.item) .attr('data-value', item[that.options.display]) .attr('data-id', item.id); i.find('a').html(that.highlighter(item)); return i[0]; }); items.first().addClass('active'); this.$menu.html(items); return this; }, select: function () { var val = this.$menu.find('.active').attr('data-value'), id = this.$menu.find('.active').attr('data-id'); this.$element .val(this.updater(val, id)) .change(); return this.hide() } }); return function (element, options) { var getSource = function () { var users = app.userCollection.filter(function (model) { if (options && options.excludeCurrentUser) { return model.id !== app.currentUser.id; } }); return _.map(users, function (user) { return { id: user.get('id'), full_name: user.get('first_name') + ' ' + user.get('last_name') }; }); }; element.typeahead({ minLength: 3, source: getSource, display: 'full_name', sorter: function (items) { var beginswith = [], caseSensitive = [], caseInsensitive = [], item, itemDisplayed; while (item = items.shift()) { itemDisplayed = item[this.options.display]; if (!itemDisplayed.toLowerCase().indexOf(this.query.toLowerCase())) { beginswith.push(item); } else if (~itemDisplayed.indexOf(this.query)) { caseSensitive.push(item); } else { caseInsensitive.push(item); } } return beginswith.concat(caseSensitive, caseInsensitive); }, highlighter: function (item) { var query = this.query.replace(/[\-\[\]{}()*+?.,\\\^$|#\s]/g, '\\$&'); return item[this.options.display].replace(new RegExp('(' + query + ')', 'ig'), function ($1, match) { return '<strong>' + match + '</strong>'; }); }, matcher: function (item) { var value = item[this.options.display]; return { value: ~value.toLowerCase().indexOf(this.query.toLowerCase()), id: item.id }; }, updater: function (item, userId) { options.hiddenInputElement.val(userId); return item; } }); };

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  • App.config settings, environment variable as partial path

    - by Jean-Bernard Pellerin
    I'm new to tinkering with app.config and xml, and am currently doing some refactoring in some code I haven't written. Currently we have a snippet which looks like this: <setting name="FirstSetting" serializeAs="String"> <value>Data Source=C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\ApplicationData\Company ...;Persist Security Info=False</value> What I'd like to do is have it instead point to something like ${PROGRAMDATA}\Company\... How can I achieve this, keeping in mind that PROGRAMDATA will not always point to C:\ProgramData ?

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  • Getting access to a custom Master page from a user control

    - by Bernard
    Hi We have created a Master page that inherits off the asp.net Master class. We have also got ui controls that inherit off the standard asp.net ui control class. Our Master page has a public member variable. We need to be able to access that member variable from the ui controls that we use. However we can't seem to get at it? Is it our architecture that is wrong? Or the idea itself - user control getting acces to Master page variables?

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  • Is there a difference between `==` and `is` in python?

    - by Bernard
    My Google-fu has failed me. In Python, are these: n = 5 # Test one. if n == 5: print 'Yay!' # Test two. if n is 5: print 'Yay!' two tests for equality equivalent (ha!)? Does this hold true for objects where you would be comparing instances (a list say)? Okay, so this kind of answers my question: l = list() l.append(1) if l == [1]: print 'Yay!' # Holds true, but... if l is [1]: print 'Yay!' # Doesn't. So == tests value where is tests to see if they are the same object?

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  • select xml data column into flat reporting table

    - by Bernard
    We have a xml column in SQL Server 2008. We need to do reporting off the data in the xml so we're going to select the xml into a flat table. The flat table has columns that correspond to various nodes in the xml. What is the best way to do this using SSIS? Is this a good approach? Or should we just try and write the reports directly off the xml column?

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  • What is the command-line input to produce the javadoc?

    - by Bernard
    After writing all the comments inside the code about the javadoc such as /** * This method compares the student's answer to the standard answer * @param ans The student's answer * @return True for correct answer; False for incorrect answer */ boolean compareAnswer(int ans); I guess it starts with : javadoc [optionss] [packages|files] I'm not sure what is the regular or default [option] and how can I say to produce it in my current home directory?

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  • TechDays 2011 : Microsoft expose sa vision de « la vie du futur » avec les interfaces naturelles, l'école et le bureau de 2015-2020

    TechDays 2011 : Microsoft expose sa vision de « la vie du futur » Avec les interfaces naturelles, l'école et le bureau de 2015-2020 Le troisième jour des Techdays s'est résolument placé sous le signe des tendances numériques qui seront au coeur de notre quotidien, dans la vision du futur de Microsoft, à l'horizon 2015-2020. « L'informatique de demain sera une informatique intuitive, grâce notamment aux nouvelles interfaces naturelles.» explique Bernard Ourghanlian. « L'ordinateur se met toujours plus à notre service. Il interprète nos comportements, il anticipe, il agit en notre nom.» souligne-t-il. « Avec le développement de capteurs évolués, nos bras, nos mains,...

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  • SF Bay Area Event, November 1st: SPARC 25th Anniversary at Computer History Museum

    - by Larry Wake
    For those of you in the Bay Area, there's going to be what promises to be a very interesting event at the Computer History Museum on Thursday, November 1st at 11 AM: "SPARC at 25: Past, Present and Future". The panel event will feature Sun Microsystems founders Bill Joy and Andy Bechtolsheim, SPARC luminaries such as Anant Agrawal and David Patterson, former Sun VP Bernard Lacroute, plus Oracle executives Mark Hurd, John Fowler and Rick Hetherington. For those of you who can't attend, we expect to have video of the event afterward, but if you can make it in person, this is a unique opportunity to hear from industry pioneers, as well as get insights into future SPARC innovations. Plus, you can see SPARC (and non-SPARC) related exhibits from both the Computer History Museum and the personal collections of some of the panel participants. I hope you can join us; Register today.

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  • 'Getting Started with Oracle Data Integrator 11g: A Hands-On Tutorial' book is now available

    - by Julien Testut
    We are pleased to announce the availability of the first book on Oracle Data Integrator published by Packt Publishing:  Getting Started with Oracle Data Integrator 11g – A Hands-On Tutorial Authors: Peter C. Boyd-Bowman, Christophe Dupupet, Denis Gray, David Hecksel,  Julien Testut, Bernard Wheeler. Congratulations to everyone who contributed to this book! You can get more information about 'Getting Started with Oracle Data Integrator 11g – A Hands-On Tutorial' including the table of contents and a sample chapter at http://www.packtpub.com/oracle-data-integrator-11g-getting-started/book. The book is available on Amazon.com, Amazon.co.uk, Barnes & Noble and Safari Books Online.

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  • INNOVATIONS IN PRODUCTS – Partner Briefing PROGRAM - October 1st

    - by Mike.Hallett(at)Oracle-BI&EPM
    Partners are invited to join the Innovations in Products webcast, October 1st: 4:00pm CET /5:00pm UK BI & EPM Product breakout Webcast sessions available on October 1st: Topics Speaker To Register Oracle Endeca Information Discovery, Product Overview Emma Palii, BI Sales Consultant CLICK HERE Hyperion Project Financial Planning, Measure the full financial impacts of your Projects Olivier Bernard, EPM Business Solutions Director CLICK HERE To see the full list of session topics, goto the overall registration page Innovations in Products October 1st.    To access the previously presented Applications, and Public-Sector Value Proposition presentations, please click here. Delivery Format: 1 Hour Webcast The Innovations in Products program is a series of Oracle product presentations followed by live Q&A.  It will be delivered over the Web.  Partner Participants have the opportunity to submit questions during the web cast via chat and subject matter experts will provide verbal answers live. For further information please contact Markku Rouhiainen.  

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  • No output from Linq to XML

    - by Gogster
    Hi all, I have the following code: protected void Page_Load(object sender, EventArgs e) { XElement xml = XElement.Load(Server.MapPath("ArenasMembers.xml")); var query = from p in xml.Descendants("members") select new { Name = p.Element("name").Value, Email = p.Attribute("email").Value }; foreach (var member in query) { Response.Write("Employee: " + member.Name + " " + member.Email + "<br />"); } } Which, using the hover information in Visual Studio, is reading the XNL file in correctly, however the foreach is not outputting any of the records. XML: <?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8" ?> <members> <member> <arena>EAA Office</arena> <memberid>1</memberid> <name>Jane Doe</name> <email>[email protected]</email> </member> <member> <arena>EAA Office</arena> <memberid>2</memberid> <name>John Bull</name> <email>[email protected]</email> </member> <member> <arena>O2 Arena</arena> <memberid>3</memberid> <name>John Doe</name> <email>[email protected]</email> </member> <member> <arena>O2 Arena</arena> <memberid>4</memberid> <name>Bernard Cribbins</name> <email>[email protected]</email> </member> <member> <arena>Colourline Arena</arena> <memberid>5</memberid> <name>John Bon Jovi</name> <email>[email protected]</email> </member> <member> <arena>NIA</arena> <memberid>6</memberid> <name>Rhianna</name> <email>[email protected]</email> </member> </members> Can you see what is wrong?

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  • How to safely use VSS when using a working directory on a thumb drive?

    - by MatthewMartin
    I know putting code into VSS in general is as safe as putting money into a mutual fund run by Bernard Madoff, but I don't have the luxury of ditching it for subversion. That said, I need to be able to write code on two machines, I'm considering checking out code to a flash thumb drive. Anyone know in advance what I should/shouldn't do to avoid loss of work? Do I need to ensure the drive letter stays the same?

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  • JSR Updates - Multiple JSRs migrate to latest JCP version

    - by Heather VanCura
    As part of the JCP.Next reform effort, many JSRs have migrated to the latest version of the JCP program in the last month.  These JSRs' Spec Leads and Expert Groups are contributing to the strides the JCP has been making to enable greater community transparency, participation and agility to the working of the JSR development through the JCP program. Any other JSR Spec Leads interested in migrating to the latest JCP version, now JCP 2.9, as of 13 November, incorporating the Merged Executive Committee (EC), see the Spec Lead Guide for instructions on migrating to the latest JCP version.  For JCP 2.8 JSRs, you are effectively already operating under JCP 2.9 since there are no longer two ECs.  This is the difference for JCP 2.8 JSRs migrating to JCP 2.9 -- a merged EC.  To make the migration official, just inform your Expert Group on a public channel and email your request to admin at jcp.org. JSR 310, Date and Time API, led by Stephen Colebourne and Michael Nascimento and Oracle (Roger Riggs)  JSR 349, Bean Valirdation 1.1, led by RedHat (Emmanuel Bernard) JSR 350, Java State Management, led by Oracle (Mitch Upton) JSR 339, JAX-RS 2.0: The Java API for RESTful Web Services, led by Oracle, (Santiago Pericas-Geertsen and Marek Potociar) JSR 347, Data Grids for the Java Platform, led by RedHat (Manik Surtani)

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