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  • Use localeURL middleware with apache prefix

    - by Olivier R.
    Good morning everyone, I Got a question about localeURL usage. Everything works great for me with url like this : www.mysite.com/ If I type www.mysite.com/ in adress bar, it turns correctly in www.mysite.com/en/ for example. If I use the view change_locale, it's also all right (ie change www.mysite.com/en/ in www.mysite.com/fr/). But my application use apache as server, and use a prefix for the site, that gives url like this : www.mysite.com/prefix/ If I type www.mysite.com/prefix/ in the adress bar, the adress turns into www.mysite.com/en/ without prefix (so 404) I change code of view to manage our settings.SERVER_PREFIX value : def change_locale(request) : """ Redirect to a given url while changing the locale in the path The url and the locale code need to be specified in the request parameters. O. Rochaix; Taken from localeURL view, and tuned to manage : - SERVER_PREFIX from settings.py """ next = request.REQUEST.get('next', None) if not next: next = request.META.get('HTTP_REFERER', None) if not next: next = settings.SERVER_PREFIX + '/' next = urlsplit(next).path prefix = False if settings.SERVER_PREFIX!="" and next.startswith(settings.SERVER_PREFIX) : prefix = True next = "/" + next.lstrip(settings.SERVER_PREFIX) _, path = utils.strip_path (next) if request.method == 'POST': locale = request.POST.get('locale', None) if locale and check_for_language(locale): path = utils.locale_path(path, locale) if prefix : path = settings.SERVER_PREFIX + path response = http.HttpResponseRedirect(path) return response with this customized view, i'm able to correctly change language, but i'm not sure that's the right way of doing stuff. Is there any option on localeURL to manage prefix of apache ?

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  • [R] How to create a data.frame with a unknow number of columns ?

    - by Olivier
    Hello I would like to create, in a function, a boucle to create a data.frame with a variable number of columns. WIth something like : a = c("a","b") b = c(list(1,2,3), list(4,5,6)) data.frame(a,b) I would like to get a data-frame like : a 1 2 3 b 4 5 6 Instead of I obtain : a 1 2 3 4 5 6 b 1 2 3 4 5 6 Thank you ! PS : I also try with rbind, but it's doesn't work...

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  • Problem adding UIBarButtonItems to a ToolBar

    - by Olivier de Jonge
    I have a UINavigationController with a UITableViewController in it. I want to show a ToolBar on the bottom with UIBarButtonItem's. The ToolBar is showing up, but the buttons won't appear. Anyone knows why? - (void)viewDidLoad { [super viewDidLoad]; [[self navigationItem] setTitle:@"Selections List"]; [[self navigationItem] setRightBarButtonItem:[[[UIBarButtonItem alloc] initWithBarButtonSystemItem:UIBarButtonSystemItemAdd target:self action:@selector(addProjectSearch:)] autorelease]]; [[self navigationItem] setLeftBarButtonItem:[self editButtonItem]]; [[super tableView] setDataSource: self]; [[super tableView] setDelegate: self]; //Toolbar UIBarButtonItem * logoutButton = [[[UIBarButtonItem alloc] initWithTitle:@"Log out" style:UIBarButtonItemStylePlain target:self action:@selector(logOut:)]autorelease]; NSMutableArray * arr = [NSMutableArray arrayWithObjects:logoutButton, nil]; [[self navigationController] setToolbarHidden: NO animated:YES]; [[self navigationController] setToolbarItems:arr animated:YES]; }

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  • Retrieving NSDate from NSString

    - by Olivier de Jonge
    I have an iPhone app. that is receiving data with IRFC 3339 timestamp format (e.g. @"2010-01-29T11:30:00.000+01:00"), as in GData. I want to convert the data to an NSDate NSDateFormatter *inputFormatter = [[[NSDateFormatter alloc] init] autorelease]; [inputFormatter setDateFormat:@"yyyy-MM-dd'T'HH:mm:ss.SSS"]; [currentEntry setStartTime:[inputFormatter dateFromString: ][currentEntry startTimeString]]]; But I'm missing out how to convert the last part of the string @"2010-01-29T11:30:00.000+01:00": the time offset. Anyone knows what I have to add to this String to take the time offset in account too?

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  • Split string with zsh as in Python

    - by Olivier
    In python: s = '1::3' a = s.split(':') print a[0] # '1' good print a[1] # '' good print a[2] # '3' good How can I achieve the same effect with zsh? The following attempt fails: s="1::3" a=(${(s/:/)s}) echo $a[1] # 1 echo $a[2] # 3 ?? I want an empty string, as in Python

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  • Navigate from facebook tab to canvas page

    - by Pierre Olivier Martel
    My facebook application has a tab the user can install. On this tab, there is links that are suppose to link to application canvas (ex.: apps.facebook.com/my-app). It seems that when I'm on my user profile tab and click on a link, Facebook loads the page inside the tab. How do I force it to navigate out of the tab and into the canvas page?

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  • What is your most productive shortcut with Vim?

    - by Olivier Pons
    I've heard a lot about Vim, both pros and cons. It really seems you should be (as a developer) faster with Vim than with any other editor. I'm using Vim to do some basic stuff and I'm at best 10 times less productive with Vim. The only two things you should care about when you talk about speed (you may not care enough about them, but you should) are: Using alternatively left and right hands is the fastest way to use the keyboard. Never touching the mouse is the second way to be as fast as possible. It takes ages for you to move your hand, grab the mouse, move it, and bring it back to the keyboard (and you often have to look at the keyboard to be sure you returned your hand properly to the right place) Here are two examples demonstrating why I'm far less productive with Vim. Copy/Cut & paste. I do it all the time. With all the classical editors you press Shift with the left hand, and you move the cursor with your right hand to select text. Then Ctrl+C copies, you move the cursor and Ctrl+V pastes. With Vim it's horrible: yy to copy one line (you almost never want the whole line!) [number xx]yy to copy xx lines into the buffer. But you never know exactly if you've selected what you wanted. I often have to do [number xx]dd then u to undo! Another example? Search & replace. In PSPad: Ctrl+f then type what you want you search for, then press Enter. In Vim: /, then type what you want to search for, then if there are some special characters put \ before each special character, then press Enter. And everything with Vim is like that: it seems I don't know how to handle it the right way. NB : I've already read the Vim cheat sheet :) My question is: What is the way you use Vim that makes you more productive than with a classical editor?

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  • Web programming: Apache modules: mod_python vs mod_php

    - by Olivier Pons
    Hi! I've been using for more than 12 years PHP with Apache (a.k.a mod_php) for my web development work. I've recenlty discovered python and its real power (I still don't understand why this is not always the best product that becomes the most famous). I've just discovered mod_python for Apache. I've already googled but without success things like mod_python vs mod_php. I wanted to know the differences between the two mod_php and mod_python in terms of: speed productivity maintainance (I know `python is most productive and maintainable language in the world, but is it the same for Web programming with Apache) availability of features e.g, cookies and session handling, databases, protocols, etc.

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  • How do you assign a variable with the result of a if..else block?

    - by Pierre Olivier Martel
    I had an argument with a colleague about the best way to assign a variable in an if..else block. His orignal code was : @products = if params[:category] Category.find(params[:category]).products else Product.all end I rewrote it this way : if params[:category] @products = Category.find(params[:category]).products else @products = Product.all end This could also be rewritten with a one-liner using a ternery operator (? :) but let's pretend that product assignment was longer than a 100 character and couldn't fit in one line. Which of the two is clearer to you? The first solution takes a little less space but I thought that declaring a variable and assigning it three lines after can be more error prone. I also like to see my if and else aligned, makes it easier for my brain to parse it!

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  • Retrieving XML node from a path specified in an attribute value of another node

    - by Olivier PAYEN
    From this XML source : <?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8" ?> <ROOT> <STRUCT> <COL order="1" nodeName="FOO/BAR" colName="Foo Bar" /> <COL order="2" nodeName="FIZZ" colName="Fizz" /> </STRUCT> <DATASET> <DATA> <FIZZ>testFizz</FIZZ> <FOO> <BAR>testBar</BAR> <LIB>testLib</LIB> </FOO> </DATA> <DATA> <FIZZ>testFizz2</FIZZ> <FOO> <BAR>testBar2</BAR> <LIB>testLib2</LIB> </FOO> </DATA> </DATASET> </ROOT> I want to generate this HTML : <html> <head> <title>Test</title> </head> <body> <table border="1"> <tr> <td>Foo Bar</td> <td>Fizz</td> </tr> <tr> <td>testBar</td> <td>testFizz</td> </tr> <tr> <td>testBar2</td> <td>testFizz2</td> </tr> </table> </body> </html> Here is the XSLT I currently have : <?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?> <xsl:stylesheet version="1.0" xmlns:xsl="http://www.w3.org/1999/XSL/Transform" xmlns:msxsl="urn:schemas-microsoft-com:xslt" exclude-result-prefixes="msxsl"> <xsl:output method="html" indent="yes"/> <xsl:template match="/ROOT"> <html> <head> <title>Test</title> </head> <body> <table border="1"> <tr> <!--Generate the table header--> <xsl:apply-templates select="STRUCT/COL"> <xsl:sort data-type="number" select="@order"/> </xsl:apply-templates> </tr> <xsl:apply-templates select="DATASET/DATA" /> </table> </body> </html> </xsl:template> <xsl:template match="COL"> <!--Template for generating the table header--> <td> <xsl:value-of select="@colName"/> </td> </xsl:template> <xsl:template match="DATA"> <xsl:variable name="pos" select="position()" /> <tr> <xsl:for-each select="/ROOT/STRUCT/COL"> <xsl:sort data-type="number" select="@order"/> <xsl:variable name="elementName" select="@nodeName" /> <td> <xsl:value-of select="/ROOT/DATASET/DATA[$pos]/*[name() = $elementName]" /> </td> </xsl:for-each> </tr> </xsl:template> </xsl:stylesheet> It almost works, the problem I have is to retrieve the correct DATA node from the path specified in the "nodeName" attribute value of the STRUCT block.

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  • git: programmatically know by how much the branch is ahead/behind a remote branch

    - by Olivier
    I would like to extract the information that is printed after a github status, which looks like: # On branch master # Your branch is ahead of 'origin/master' by 2 commits. Of course I can parse the output of git status but this is not recommended since this human readable output is liable to change. There are two problems: How to know the remote tracked branch? It is often origin/branch but need not be. How to get the numbers? How to know whether it is ahead/behind? By how many commits? And what about the diverged branch case?

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  • How to activate Mac OS X application with a given process ID?

    - by Olivier
    I know the process id of an application in Mac OS X. How can I switch to it (using applescript, or python, or whatever)? By "switch", I mean, put in focus. The usual solution is to use the applescript code tell application "Foo" activate, but here the name is not useful because I have many instances of the same application running. I am however able to get the process id of the application. How can I switch to this application programmatically?

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  • git rebase without changing commit timestamps

    - by Olivier
    Would it make sense to perform git rebase while preserving the commit timestamps? I believe a consequence would be that the new branch will not necessarily have commit dates chronologically. Is that theoretically possible at all? (e.g. using plumbing commands; just curious here) If it is theoretically possible, then is it possible in practice with rebase, not to change the timestamps? For example, assume I have the following tree: master <jun 2010> | : : : oldbranch <feb 1984> : / oldcommit <jan 1984> Now, if I rebase oldbranch on master, the date of the commit changes from feb 1984 to jun 2010. Is it possible to change that behaviour so that the commit timestamp is not changed? In the end I would thus obtain: oldbranch <feb 1984> / master <jun 2010> | : Would that make sense at all? Is it even allowed in git to have a history where an old commit has a more recent commit as a parent? Edit A crucial question of Von C helped me understand what is going on: when your rebase, the committer's timestamp changes, but not the author's timestamp, which suddenly all makes sense. So my question was actually not precise enough. The answer is that rebase actually doesn't change the author's timestamps (you don't need to do anything for that), which suits me perfectly.

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  • Is it possible to have WAMP run httpd.exe as user [myself] instead of local SYSTEM?

    - by Olivier H
    Hello! I run a django application over apache with mod_wsgi, using WAMP. A certain URL allows me to stream the content of image files, the paths of which are stored in database. The files can be located whether on local machine or under network drive (\my\network\folder). With the development server (manage.py runserver), I have no trouble at all reading and streaming the files. With WAMP, and with network drive files, I get a IOError : obviously because the httpd instance does not have read permission on said drive. In the task manager, I see that httpd.exe is run by SYSTEM. I would like to tell WAMP to run the server as [myself] as I have read and write permissions on the shared folder. (eventually, the production server should be run by a 'www-admin' user having the permissions) Mapping the network shared folder on a drive letter (Z: for instance) does not solve this at all. The User/Group directives in httpd.conf do not seem to have any kind of influence on Apache's behaviour. I've also regedited : I tried to duplicate the HKLM[...]\wampapache registry key under HK_CURRENT_USER\ and rename the original key, but then the new key does not seem to be found when I cmd this > httpd.exe -n wampapache -k start or when I run WAMP. I've run out of ideas :) Has anybody ever had the same issue?

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  • Find most right and left point of a horizontal circle in 3d Vector environment

    - by Olivier de Jonge
    I'm drawing a 3D pie chart that is rendered with in 3D vectors, projected to 2D vectors and then drawn on a Graphics object. I want to calculate the most left and right point of the circle The method to create a vector, draw and project to a 2d vector are below. Anyone knows the answer? public class Vector3d { public var x:Number; public var y:Number; public var z:Number; //the angle that the 3D is viewed in tele or wide angle. public static var viewDist:Number = 700; function Vector3d(x:Number, y:Number, z:Number){ this.x = x; this.y = y; this.z = z; } public function project2DNew():Vector { var p:Number = getPerspective(); return new Vector(p * x, p * y); } public function getPerspective():Number{ return viewDist / (this.z + viewDist); } }

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  • Can't find the error in my javascript code

    - by Olivier
    This js program should display the first 100 prime numbers, but instead it crashes each and every time and I can't find the error! Could someone point me towards the best way to debug js code?! Thank you! // initialisation of the array p holding the first 100 prime numbers var p = []; // set the first prime number to 2 p.push(2); // find the first 100 prime numbers and place them in the array p var i = 3; while (p.length < 100) { var prime = true; loop: for (var item in p){ if (i%item === 0){ prime = false; break loop; } } if (prime) p.push(i); i = i + 2; } // display the first 100 prime numbers found var i=1; for (var item in p){ document.writeln(i,item); i++; }

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  • ehcp - access pop3 account

    - by iko
    Hi, I finally manage to get mail working with ehcp on an ubuntu server. I can get and send email from the webmail, but I can't seems to be able to access the pop3. I can telnet to the pop3 (server?) but my identification are rejected. Apparently the pop3 server is courier which seems to be configured like it should. Someone has any idea about this ? Thank you Olivier

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  • "Rien n'est sécurisé sur le site Web de l'Hadopi" déclare Eric Walter, lors d'un débat sur les cyberguerriers

    "Rien n'est sécurisé sur le site Web de l'Hadopi" déclare Eric Walter, le secrétaire général était l'invité d'un débat sur les cyberguerriers Ce 8 février 2011 avait lieu dans un endroit huppé de la capitale un débat organisé par le Cercle, un réseau de 500 professionnels de la sécurité de l'information. Autour de la table, étaient réunis Olivier Laurelli, aka Bluetouff, blogueur spécialisé dans les problématiques liées à la sécurité et aux libertés individuelles ; Pierre Zanger, psychiatre et psychanalyste ; et Eric Walter, secrétaire général de l'Hadopi. Ce dernier, habituellement très contesté dans ce genre d'exercices, fut accueilli par ces mots de la part du "Monsieur Loyal" de la soirée :"Je n'ai pas ...

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  • Windows Embedded Forums

    - by Luca Calligaris
    Here are the forums about Windows Embedded: Windows Embedded Standard Windows Embedded Compact Platform Development Windows Embedded Compact Managed Application Development Windows Embedded Compact Native Application Development The first forum has been online for some time while those about Windows Embedded Compact have been welcomed by Olivier Bloch a couple of hours ago. As I discuss in the previous post the public MS newsgroups will close between June 1, 2010 and October 1, 2010, starting from those with less traffic. The embedded NG's will be probably close at the beginning of the period since, for some reasons I do not understand, they're not so popular as those devoted to, let's say, Office. The forums will substitute the newsgroups so prepare to switch over soon!

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  • On the Road(Map)

    - by Valter Minute
    The new roadmap of Windows Embedded has been announced, this is great news for anyone that wants to use Windows Embedded technologies in her/his device. Roadmaps are usually stuff for marketing people, but as a technician is important to know that you are basing your product on a system that is going to be supported for some years and that you can evolve it and will not have to re-design it completely to change its OS (unless this proves to be more convenient, of course!). Here you can read the press release: http://www.microsoft.com/Presspass/Features/2011/nov11/11-14RoadMap.mspx and here Olivier Bloch’s summary (the part that should interest tech people): http://blogs.msdn.com/b/obloch/archive/2011/11/14/windows-embedded-roadmap-update.aspx

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  • OpenWorld hands on labs: HOL9558, HOL9559 and HOL9870

    - by cpauliat
    In the upcoming event Oracle OpenWorld that will start in 2 days in San Francisco, Olivier Canonge, Simon Coter, Eric Bezille and I will run 3 hands on lab about Cloud using Oracle VM for X86 virtualization tool (details below) For each lab, a detailed document (in PDF format) explains all steps. If you don't have the opportunity to attend OpenWorld labs sessions, you can still run the labs at home or office using those documents. Lab 9558: Deploying Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) with Oracle VM Session ID: HOL9558 Tuesday October 2nd, 2012, 10:15am – 11:15amLocation: Marriott Marquis - Salon 14/15PDF Document: part1 part2 part3 (right click and save link for each part then use winzip on file .001 to extract the PDF doc from the 3 zip files) Lab 9559: Virtualize and Deploy Oracle Applications Using Oracle VM Templates Session ID: HOL9559 Tuesday October 2nd, 2012, 11:45am – 12:45pmLocation: Marriott Marquis - Salon 14/15 PDF Document Lab 9870: x86 Enterprise Cloud Infrastructure with Oracle VM 3.x and Sun ZFS Storage Appliance Session ID: HOL 9870 Wednesday, 3 Oct, 2012, 5:00 PM - 6:00 PMLocation: Marriott Marquis - Salon 14/15 PDF Document: part1 part2 part3 (right click and save link for each part then use winzip on file .001 to extract the PDF doc from the 3 zip files)

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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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  • New Hands-On Labs For Oracle VM

    - by rickramsey
    I just spent some time walking through the labs that Christophe Pauliat and Olivier Canonge prepared to help you become familiar with Oracle VM. They are terrific. We will offer them for the first time at Oracle Open World. Because they require some pre-work and 16Gigs of memory, we are supplying the laptops for the participants. Lab 1: Deploying Infrastructure as a Service with Oracle VM Session ID: HOL9558 Tuesday October 2nd, 2012 10:15am – 11:15am Marriott Marquis - Salon 14/15 Planning and deployment of an infrastructure as a service (IaaS) environment with Oracle VM as the foundation. Storage capacity planning, LUN creation, network bandwidth planning, and best practices for designing and streamlining the environment so that it's easy to manage. Lab 2: Virtualize and Deploy Oracle Applications Using Oracle VM Templates Session ID: HOL9559 Tuesday October 2nd, 2012 11:45am – 12:45pm Marriott Marquis - Salon 14/15 How to deploy Oracle applications in minutes with Oracle VM Templates. Step-by-step lab proctored by field-experienced engineers and product experts. Covers: Find out what Oracle VM Templates are and how they work Deploy an actual Oracle VM Template for an Oracle Application Plan your deployment to streamline on going updates and upgrades Lab 3: x86 Enterprise Cloud Infrastructure with Oracle VM 3.x and Sun ZFS Storage Appliance Session ID: HOL 9870 Wednesday, 3 Oct, 2012 5:00 PM - 6:00 PM Marriott Marquis - Salon 14/15 This hands-on lab will demonstrate what Oracle’s enterprise cloud infrastructure for x86 can do, and how it works with Oracle VM 3.x. It covers: How to create VMs How to migrate VMs How to deploy Oracle applications quickly and easily with Oracle VM Templates How to use the Storage Connect plug-in for the Sun ZFS Storage Appliance Additional Virtualization Resources for Sysadmins Technical articles about virtualization Other resources about Oracle virtualization technologies More information about Oracle Open World. - Rick Website Newsletter Facebook Twitter

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