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Python: let me manage those packages for you.
Node: here's the whole post office. You're welcome.
c: Write the packages yourself.
Luarocks: What the fuck is a package13
Declare variables not wars,
Build packages not walls,
Execute programs not people,
Throw exceptions not stones.12
Le me having a chit chat with a student after sharing about programming in my former high school..
Student: "I learnt Java the other day, and I don't really like it"
Student: "Because we can import existing packages on the community to do almost anything"
Me: "And? How is that bad for you?"
Student: "It's not very challenging, isn't it? I want to build everything in my program with my own code!"
Me: "Listen here, you little shit..."22
sudo apt update
"All packages up to date."
For the past 14 days? Huh.
Everyone on vacation or something?
It's a little.... tooo ... quiet.9
Short personal Code Editor Review:
Packages 👍 (relatively up-to-date)
Visual Studio Code (web-based)
Sublime Text (native)
Packages 👉 (not as up-to-date)
Having worked with all of those editors for at least three weeks each I have come to the following conclusion:
I liked Sublime Text most primarily for it's performance, but was a little disappointed by the fact that the packages were not updated as frequently, not available or VSCode had some that have better support.
Second would be my current editor, Visual Studio Code, which I only use because I need certain packages that were not present on Sublime Text.
Atom is not bad either, it just happens to be the least recent editor I used, it was quite slow but an overall solid editor.
If I had to choose to use one for the rest of my life, I would probably go with Sublime.
I think there is little margin between features across all of those editors, only exception being performance for Sublime Text. I also quite liked the file organisation design of it (which I can't really say about VSCode).
Those are my subjective opinions on the editors, hope it helps some of you decide which one to give a shot next!38
My mom finally allowed me to get a raspberry pi! I'm really excited.
Now I have two packages to look forward to... A bunch of books and a raspberry pi!
Except she called it an apple pie. She said send me a link to the apple pie you wanted lol.42
So apparently using utf8 with LaTeX isn't enough to get € symbol working, I have to include two more packages for that (two, because one handles the character, and the other one makes it look "not weird"). How hard can it be to just use a single utf8 font, and have it work with whatever utf8 character you type in? And apparently there are at least 3 packages specifically for euro symbol - a certain XKCD comic comes to mind...11
Seriously amazing how some people just contribute that much to open source:
"I actively maintain 1100+ npm packages (1 billion downloads a month) and many popular projects. You're probably depending on some of my packages in your dependency tree. For example, Webpack relies on 77 of my packages."11
devRant, I love you.
You suggested I learn Java & Nodejs. I decided to jump straight into node & it's just great. I haven't done much, just a mini blockchain and played with packages, but I'm having a lot of fun with node.15
Laziest thing!!!??? You better ask me when I was not lazy. Framework here framework there, library here library there.
npm install 29282818 packages
So I tried to apt-get purge 14 packages and 496 got removed. Now I'm sitting here with a lot of broken shit trying to get my web up and running again .
The perfect time to return to devRant7
$ npm audit
> found 19 vulnerabilities (10 low, 5 moderate, 3 high, 1 critical)
$ npm audit fix
> fixed 0 of 19 vulnerabilities in 11987 scanned packages
> (use `npm audit fix --force` to install breaking changes; or do it by hand)
$ npm audit fix --force
> npm WARN using --force I sure hope you know what you are doing.
Me too, buddy. Me too.1
FUCK FUCK FUCK
Started working on devRantron after a month holiday.
Major version upgrade to 4 different packages. All the upgrades are breaking the current configurations.
I just fucking wish JS community would understand the importance of backward compatibility.5
LET ME FUCKING CODE AND WRITE TESTS AND NOT SPEND FUCKING ONE FUCKITY FUCK WEEK TRYING TO FIGURE OUT HOW TO FUCKING MAKE MOCHA AND KARMA PLAY WITH FUCKING ES6 CODE YOU FUCKING FUCKTARD PIECE OF SHIT TECH.
I NO LONGER FUCKING KNOW WHICH PACKAGES I FUCKING NEED AND WHICH I FUCKING DON'T FUCKING DUMBFUCK FUCKWIT OPEN AND HACKABLE MY BROWN ASS PIECE OF TECHNOLOGY STACK.9
- Few days ago: Orders thinkpad
- Now: Checks email
- Sees shipping email from lenovo
*YES! Earlier than expected ship date by a full week*
- Opens email
- Package only contains the additional charger that I had ordered, I can't even use it without the laptop
My customer service girl just told me that she gonna charge $20 to a client. The client bought one of our web development packages and requested us to create LinkedIn, Google+, Twitter and Instagram account so he can put those on his restaurant website.
Don't be surprised if I became millionaire around 2020.
// $20 can give us like 5 KFC meals here.13
Me: Bro look, I have learnt so many things from the past couple of days.
My senior: Congrats on finishing up the basics
Me: Those were just basics???...///!!! 😜3
>X gets corrupted somehow
>"sudo apt-get remove xorg"
>begins uninstalling millions of packages
>a fullscreen warning flashes by: "Are you SUUUUUURE you wanna remove the kernel?"
>wasn't prompted to deny
>After process, get kernel panic
>kernel panic within 10 seconds
Why must you do this to me, Debian?21
FUCK ALL THOSE FUCKIN PACKAGES
FUCK THIS PILE OF CRAP MAKING ME WASTE MY TIME13
I just finally released my first dart library!
( HTTPS://pub.dartlang.org/package/... )
It's a wrapper for @linuxxx's lynkz.me service.
My love for dart continues to grow.3
Trying to install ubuntu on usb...
Make it persistent, so everything stays installed on the usb.
Installing some packages, personalizing it.
Reboot... And..... It's gone.7
$ crontab -r monthly.irl
The following extra packages will be installed:
pregnancy lib-life lib-fuckyou
Do you wanna continue? [y/n]7
So i started using atom text editor like a month ago. After finding out i can install packages and going on a spree.... I may have broke it. You know you are in for a pickle if the editor starts with more errors than windows vista.
I just removed a couple of packages from package.json and my compiled war went from 53 MB to 37 MB.
What the heck are you downloading node? I don't like such bloated packages.
Normal day on Arch:
Start the PC and update the system because you are a good boy and you have GUI package manager with notifications.
After 1 minute:
Notification: Update for 2 packages
After 3 minutes:
Update for 10 packages.
After 30 minutes:
Update for 154545451564135646817846462684 packages.
Nah just joking but you get the idea.
Thats what i love about Arch. You are up to date with every release of package.8
Don't you just hate where we're going forward with these different JS frameworks and packages? WebPack, Electron and all the other ways we try to use JS for desktop development and a simple build of a tiny project taking 10 mins on an average spec core i7 machine, then overdosing on npm install since every frikn thing is now so modular you donwload a gazillion packages just to set up user authentication with a simple route manager in your app.
Really missing the good'ol monolithic days of programming. I mean, modular is fine bro, but for godsakes draw the line somewhere!
So I finally decided to get a theme for sublime (And other packages). I'm loving it. Post your IDE/Text editors or whatever you use to code.33
$ npm install ...
$ added 10 packages from 7 contributors and audited 21813 packages.
I realized that after some point you don't even think about your project dependencies growing. Because even adding 10 packages, it looks like it doesn't even changes the total number of packages. 21813, 21920, 21980... Does it even matter? Fuck.7
I love the feeling of running `sudo apt autoremove` and getting rid of like 500 MB of useless packages.8
Him: "I don't need source control, it's just another program that does unknown things on my source files. What if one day it stops working?? How do I get my files??"
Me: "you could say the same thing on 90% of the tools you use every day... Like when you restore npm packages by GUI"
him: "what are those? I don't use them"
Also him: "command line is vintage"2
"We live in an age where people install npm packages like they’re popping pain killers"
~ David Gilbertson2
Retarded senior web dev:
shouting 'STOP' to the ones who pointed out his design flaws
cannot accept a js file with more than 100 lines.
nitpicking others not limited to his owm group
eager to try bleeding edge alpha builds packages for large application
left the company before finishing the project he started2
This is adorable
The packages name is oneko, you can even set colours or speed, or make it an... Anime girl?
Whatever suits you best, I guess
Almost forgot, it's an actual animated cat that's running after the mouse24
Love it when you open up a frontend devs project and among some 50 included npm packages for a really simple project you see this18
I have spent 6 hours waiting for Chrome OS to build and my new smartphone to arrive.
It's 14:56 +0900 JST and there's no sign of the courier yet, Chrome OS still getting those packages built...
I hate the waiting game9
Fuck spent like 2 days just to figure out dev build packages since they doesn’t allow nuget restore on dev server4
It really crushes my motivation and is just ridiculous.6
I think I will never order things from Amazon around christmas again! Just saw a post man with many Amazon packages, he dropped every box on the street, some were visible damaged. He picked them up again, took some steps and dropped them again 😱6
Facebook: Ok, so we have this really cool idea for native Android and iOS app with React
Facebook: Its gonna take away the need to work with native code!
*Reality comes in*
Reality: To make anything work you need to modify native code and use more hacks than there are useless npm packages22
So turns out getting drunk and installing arch Linux was a bad idea, somehow managed to format the installation USB instead of my secondary hardrive, set my home directory as the root file system and somehow managed to half install the needed packages to the USB so I wasn't booting and had to go back to a fresh windows install just to redo the USB...
Don't drink and Linux kids...2
Visual Studio (Code)
-Cross-Platform App Development
-Lightweight (Installer VS2017)
-Many of Langs (C#, js, Python, F#,...)
-Data Science Tools built in
When you try learn a new programming language and think it will take 40 mins and you cannot install any packages and spend 4 hours googling the errors with no solution... So you admit it's not meant to be, and try another one6
me@termux $ su -c pm list packages
android.os.DeadObjectException: Transaction failed on small parcel; remote process probably died at [...]
Hmm, strange.. wasn't that the proper command? 🤔
Maybe it's SELinux that's at it again? It's giving permission errors with /sys/class/power_supply/battery/capacity as well, which can only be solved by disabling SELinux it seems.
me@termux $ su -c setenforce 0
me@termux $ su -c pm list packages
So it was SELinux after all.. FUCKING PIECE OF SHIT!!!2
Its here again that type of year. I feel shitty and my body hurts like hell.
Yes. Yes Haxk20 is fucking sick again.
Packages arrived today. Yayyy. Well body says no. Can't even get myself from bed. It hurts.
Took me longer than I wanted to, but I finally finished ch6 in LFS 8.3 :) I officially installed all the necessary packages from source and backed everything up (in case I screw up again I'll only have to start from ch7 xD). Now it's on to configuring the system and bootloader and hopefully booting into my new LFS system :D5
I did a fucking huge mistake.. didn’t update arch for too long..
What a fucking pain in the ass to solve those package conflicts..
From now on, I’ll update EVERY FUCKING FRIDAY...15
A friend of mine wanted to name her flowers, and was supprised when I had so many nice suggestions. I just suggested names of linux distributions, programming languages and python packages 😅
Yesterday, no packages update for 14 days. Things get eerily quiet. Today....
Followup To https://devrant.com/rants/1755623/...3
Wow our network is so safe, our network is so secure, our network is so non exploitable that our devs can't downloade packages in VS, our company only have two IT dudes who can fix that issue and they're non existing. Wow..2
I'm a big fan of 'as' keyword in Python. It makes importing packages in the beginning of the code so slick.
Instead of doing:
> import what
You can neatly do:
> from what import does.the.fox as fox
I decided to work with #atom lately, and I made a fresh install on a VM to test some packages outside my real dev machine.
Just occurred to me that "by #GitHub" now means by #microsoft... So MS now really controls the IDE market from any possible angle.17
-> Contribute to Zulip's mobile app on github.
-> Contribute to babel.
-> Build 5 npm packages.
-> Dive into Haskell.
-> Have 100,000 ++s on devRant😁
-> Make a private project I built on github public.(still thinking about it).4
Today I fucking learnt that RHEL is no longer an open source operating system in the full meaning of the terms starting from 8 onward as it shifts toward being a binary only distribution.
What does this mean? Historically in RHEL you could install packages that would allow you to compile software that would use the system libraries.
Now you can't. These packages are being taken away and no longer provided.
If you wanted an operating system you could develop on or build software on well you need something other than RHEL.
The OS is now crippled. There's a bunch of things you used to be able to do where as now you have to pay for a support contract.25
"How much of a dev are you, if you use other peoples work and just glue it together?" I once asked a friend who really loves npm and everything.
I know about code reuse and maintainability and all that but geez we had a long discussion..😅5
Atom packages be like, "You can easily access me with a shortcut by holding shift + alt + ctrl + a + b + c while rapidly hitting up, up, down, down, left, right, left, right, a and b."5
Do I want to continue?
Y -> vacation lost (Production server is down).
N -> Ok, I will gather more packages for you to update next time.
Holy shit. I havent updated LLVM in like 2 months and fucking hell WOW. Just compiled it myself because the mantainer of the packages is busy with life.
And again WOW LLVM9 makes a huge fucking difference. Not only in games but on the responsivnes too. Its just amazing how much can series of packages speed up the system. Sure its possible it was actually mesa speed up since Marek again sent in speed up patch for radeonsi but wow.9
Learning Angular, starting with a hello world example:
$ ng new wtf
added 1180 packages from 1294 contributors and audited 21849 packages in 18.753s
found 13 vulnerabilities (9 low, 4 high)
Oh, great! Broken from the get-to! But wait, there's more joy!
$ vimdiff wtf/node_modules/is-odd/node_modules/is-number/index.js wtf/node_modules/is-number/index.js
Fresh project, is-odd requires is-number, the project itself requires is-number. And is-number is there twice in two different versions. The notion of a number must have changed drastically in the last couple of years!
Seriously? Angular doesn't even give me the chance to fuck up the dependencies on my own!8
NPM has this cool feature called "link" which allows you to easily link local npm packages as dependencies of other local packages for developement. It's so cool in fact that everything you run npm install it deletes all your links for fuck all reason1
When our org got sold to another company, and we weren't informed about anything that was going on. There were whispers of emails that went out, that we first thought meant we were keeping our jobs, but it turned out emails = severance packages. Friends that I have worked with for years were dropping like flies and all we could do was wait.....it was awful, and extremely emotional 😢1
How deep does the rabbit hole go?
Problem: Convert numpy array containing an audio time series to a .wav file and save on disk
Me: pip install "stupid package"
Console: Can't pip, behind a proxy
Me: Finds workaround after several minutes
Conversion works, but audio file on disk doesn't work
Encoding Error only works with array of ints not floats
BUT I NEED IT TO BE FLOATS
Looks for another library
scikits.audiolab <- should work
Me: pip --proxy=myproxy:port install "this shit"
Command Line *spits back huge error*
Googles error <- You need to install this package with a .whl file
Me: Downloads .whl file <- pip install "filename".whl
Command Line: ERROR: scikits.audiolab-0.11.0-cp27-cp27m-win32.whl is not a supported wheel on this platform.
Googles Error <- Need to see supported file formats
Me: python -c "import pip; print(pip.pep425tags.get_supported())"
Console: AttributeError: module 'pip' has no attribute 'pep425tags'
Googles Error <- Use another command for pip v10
Me: python -c "import pip._internal; print(pip._internal.pep425tags.get_supported())"
Me: pip install "filename".whl
Me: *spends 30 minutes to find directory where I should paste .dll file*
Finds Directory (was hidden btw), pastes file
Me: Runs .py file
Console: from version import version as _version ModuleNotFoundError: No module named 'version'
Googles Error <- Fix is: "just comment out the import statement"
Unfortunately this shit still didn't work after two hours of debugging, lmao fuck this7
Wrote my first bash scripts today.
One installs a few packages (Brackets, VLC, Nodejs, chrome) and the other gets my preferred theme and icon set from gnome-look.org with curl and piping straight to tar -xz in tge proper folders.
They're simple, really, but you have to start from somewhere.
Now with that said, I'll let you know if they work ln the first try--about to install Ubuntu on a different machine5
I was looking to purchase a VPS to host my stuff on. I've looked at DigitalOcean, but their packages seem rather expensive.
Is there a cheaper VPS provider? I'd like a machine with at least 2GB of RAM.18
I don't remember/saw if somebody posted it in this much detail, but here's how one developer essentially showed how broken npm once again is, by just removing all his published packages, basically breaking thousands of other packages that depended on it, very interesting read, especially to understand how npm can't be relied on.
Sublime Text - absolute favourite! Tried many editors but nothing is faster than Sublime on a 4 gigs machine .. and also the packages.
Since im crazy and love bleeding edge im creating GNOME-dev packages for arch linux. Somebody willing to help me ? Come on guys i really need help with this.11
HOW COCKSUCKING DIFFICULT CAN IT BE TO CHANGE THE FUCKING MEMORY LIMIT FOR NPM PACKAGES?!
HOLY MOTHERFUCKING SHIT.6
Debian + i3wm running on the WSL just fine :D
OS: Debian GNU/Linux 9.5 (stretch) on Windows 10 x86_64
Uptime: 10 seconds
Shell: bash 4.4.12
CPU: Intel i5-3570 (4) @ 3.4GHz
Memory: 4025MB / 8158MB7
I just found that that when you have ultra bleeding edge system that actually AUR packages break due to this. HAHA. Im fine with this just edit the makepkg to have the bleeding edge then normal versions of it.1
Pressing ctrl+s in sql dev when checking packages.. you accidentally press space or sth and later ctrl s it compiles.. then shit gets real when you accidentaly lock up everything on prod db..2
I have multiple (similar) linux environments on which I work. How do you guys manage installed packages and configurations across them?14
Been hacking frontend for a while, know most of the perks and tricks of css and html, have implemented countless of projects with angularjs, have even created jquery plugins and gulp packages, have won hackatons in UX design.... Still, a SFO company turned me down for a front end dev position cause I could not find the K most frequent words in an array in O(n) time complexity...3
Is programming a girls dream come true?
I want a package for something so I search NPM, 50 results.
I could spend a life time browsing, shopping for packages, trying them out to see if they fit.
It's all I bloody do these days.3
Made an order for 3 bubble teas + 1 vacuum from Amazon. Somehow they came all in 1 tall box...
I thought they'd be in 2 packages since they were in different departments but I'm wondering what the layout of Amazon warehouses are and who/what decides that all these things can fit in one box...9
My first packages, uploaded to nuget!
A simple neural network library, written in C# (.Net Standard)
Here's a link:
Well, today I felt like the witch from the sleeping hollow movie.
I was working on a code that logins to a page and download files to a folder, according to the user.
Well, I tried to use the webservices from the page (like it should be) but the links were broken, and I lost a entire working day on trying the API 😮
The second day I tried with Selenium. Everything was going ok, but I wanted to run it without opening the browser and I found a “Headless Chrome”. At the end of the day, I found several blogs saying that Headless Chrome can’t download files 😱 second working day lost
Today I read about “PhantomJS”. I tried the code in C# with OpenQA.Selenium.PhantomJS BUUUUUUT it was missing 😡 I also tried with Python, but I had the same problem.
Finally, I found a blog with a solution for C# with Headless Chrome 😄4
Fucking love how one-liner packages are breaking basically the entire JS ecosystem every once in a while. Why the fuck do you add one-liner packages as dependencies in your code?10
Been working with NodeJS a lot lately. Finding it really convenient and flexible. As someone who spent a lot of time using C, it's like going from eating fruit to candy bars. Seems pretty amazing just npm installing whatever you need and working with those packages... Until you dare to look at the list of ingredients.5
Why isn't the Lua scripting language widely used in the industry? It's flexible, modular and it's packages aren't bad; seems like a great fit.8
Been receiving packages every day but today I good good shit..
Ideias for me to try?
4 relay module, 4 mostef board, finally the gears for the motors I'm scraping, and more mostefs. My mom is saying that I have the mailman for myself lol2
When everybody keeps downloading separate IDE for separate language and you just install packages kn VSCode 😎😎5
Fuck Arch wifi handling!!! Why can’t you fucking just have the needed software in the base package!!! Because when you take YOU FUCKING USB INSTALLATION SOMEWHERE THERE’S NO ETHERNET!!! You’re FUCKED!!! What’s the point! Now I need to boot from my lubuntu usb dual boot install, FUCKING INSTALL the Arch iso, VirtualBox and then the needed wifi packages!! Fuck!5
I can't eat lunch in our office anymore.
Because there are ant and fly, and the room is isolated so they can't get out.
How did they end up here?
How am I end up here?🤔
Note: I wrote them in singular, so they look like js packages2
Me after Linux reinstall: "this is great, now let's get back to work. Let's install the packages, then let's run the test server. What do you mean postgres can't be found? Wait... Fuck. Fuck. Fuck." When you realise that you forgot to backup the test database 😂2
Python drives me nuts. Can we just have 1 environment to run python. Virtual environment or conda environment. Hard to switch from notebooks to ide's because you need to reinstall the packages for that environment3
So I'm having to upgrade yet another fucking legacy python codebase (I seem to have garnered a reputation for this now) and I'm having to manually download, configure and install fucking everything because I need such ridiculous versions of stuff that I can't just download and install.
Is this normal? Is this what I'm going to be doing for the rest of my life?3
What good is a ssh-server when the machine doesn't even connect to the lan? Seriously, this is a fresh version of ubuntu server and i just updated the packages.4
I work in a place where I don't have ssh access to the web server. No proper use of composer. I have to pull packages to my local machine and upload through ftp.3
Even Fedora has 'very frequent' updates. But they don't irritate you like hell! Who doesn't like updates when they come easy? But luckily for Microsoft, they've always been able to find a unique way to piss off their users someway or the other!4
Crazy deadlines> Director: "You need to design a new architecture that has failover, multi-AZ, automated deployments, CI/CD pipeline, automated builds/tests as well, for our new SaaS product. You have 3 days to complete it"
Me: "Ok cool. Do we have the new product developed? Can I have the spec docs of the new software, libs and packages required for the env?"
Product Lead: "No we dont have anything yet. The POC is on my local PC, but I dont know what packages are needed to run it"
Me: "So I cant design anything unless I have the minimum requirements to run the new software"
Director: "Just get it up and running in a live environment and we'll take it from there"
Me: *sigh*..this is going to be a big mistake
Found file called 'bullshit' in my work folder with list of packages and no comment whatsoever. I wonder what did my past self wanted to do with those packages... What was this list for? Sounds important. And back then (month ago) I thought it was obvious. Sometimes I wonder what games is my past self playing with me...1
"Instead of writing classes in Python, create packages and use functions. Each function should do exactly one thing without being specific to the program you are developing." - Steve Waweru
Confession: I've been installing npm packages globally using sudo for years just because I'm too lazy to set it up properly.5
Learning Image Processing,Deep Learning,Machine Learning,Data modeling,mining and etc related to and also work on them are so much easier than installing requiremnts, packages and tools related to them!2
That's why we love NPM:
npm warn ........................
npm warn deprecated .....................
npm warn .......................
********** A million times more ***********
Oh it works! eh, just ignore every warning :)4
I havent touched swing in months, and now when i need to come back to it everything is Windowbuilder. Trouble is, nothing is included in Eclipse and I don't have time to go around hunting for the packages I need. Netbeans is marginally better, but GODDAMN its frustrating when it auto-gens code that you have to use N++ to edit...2
Hi. I would like a hamburger. Would you like cheese? No. I would like a hamburger with no cheese. Ok. Wait here 15 minutes and I'll give you a hamburger with cheese.
It's the same everywhere... image assets... project managers... node packages... almost every exchange I have - is with someone who isn't present and cannot deliver what they promise.
Huge thanks to the other people who follow through.1
me: I need to install Firefox for automates test
me: need it to run tests PO wants tests
ops: you can't as it is a desktop app
me: I need it because our selenium tests depends on it
ops: Firefox needs 200 other packages can't install
me: can I use Docker? and docker'ise Firefox
ops: ... some silence...
ops: it will complicate things
anyone else notice that npm has support for funding open source projects now? You finally have a way of tracking down and paying the devs that wrote all those shitty bloated packages you guys are always bitching about. No way this is going to get abused 🙄1
The statistical "scene" (if there is such thing) grew so much in recent years, because now there is a single language that everyone can use and easily share code via packages.
Before everyone used a different propietary and paid statistical software, and could not share code.1
* This question isn't about diminishing other operating systems !
* I'm just have no idea. 😫
Is there a big difference on the amount of packages on pacman, apt-get and yum. Can I use either of them and be sure that most applications are available ?3
Decided to fresh install ubuntu due to unexpected freezes, now I am stalling the Budgie flavor because J reaally wanted Solus.. but they still lack support for a lot of packages.
Well, now I have to set it up and its 12 am.. good for me.6
*Lists packages with name "weechat"
*Tries to start package*
*Says package is not installed*
Linux hates me. Been trying to install Mint for hours, just keeps getting stuck on installing grub2 packages...7
It looks like packages on npm have "disappeared".
apt-get install life
The following packages will be REMOVED:
destiny, future, goals, mother , father, siblings
FUCK THIS SHIT2
When you spend half the work day and skipping lunch to resolve dependencies and process packages for an API but realize you're using the wrong OS…
Thank to this UPS driver ... i'm not going to get my package (laptop screen) until Monday evening.
Express Priority shipping $35.xx or whatever that is down the drain.
Never had this issue with Fedex and 100's packages delivered.
This ends the rant.3
If you are using arch and are making packages from the aur all I can say is use makepkg -s because then it will install all the dependencies for you.
LFS Update: Well I fixed my perl issue last night and today my goal is to do a bit of level grinding so to speak on LFS by trying to finish ch 6. I'm a little over halfway through so I only got about 40 more packages to compile from source 😄
I updated my hosting packages, purchasing a new VPS. Half way through my download of all the hosted sites, I wondered why it had stopped. Yeaaaaah... I'd updated the DNS to point to the new server mid transaction. Hodor.2
I just love antergos, haven't updated in like a month, because wasn't using my laptop as much, booted it up, ~200 package updates, it failed because one file needed to be deleted as per announcements (I now subbed to those) and all updates cleanly went through.
Last time I didn't update a week on arch, it broke ~6 core packages and my dm, never thought I'd be on a pretty much arch release, but without the actual bleeding edge issues.1
when i'm new to this mac stuff and spend 20mins trying to install packages only to find they are actually pre-installed...
NPM and the whole dependency tree for JS packages should burn in the pits of hell.
Let's pretend that uninstalling a single (albeit larger) module didn't take 8 minutes and that it didn't spit out 20 warnings from a total of 277 (HOLY FUCK) related packages.
How can you guys (JS-only devs) handle this ?!17
Found a nice place to start if you are planning to switch, tinkering or even just want find some new packages (like me) for GNU/Linux. It's a blog about operating systems, software and software development.
Check it out: https://erikdubois.be/4
Emacs, once you gotten familiar it's just the best and there's lots of packages to make everything easy to do from emacs. Also it's very configurable1
Purchasing the premium version of packages and making it open source so you can rip off the author. 😂😂3
Installing a deb file on Manjaro. 😐
Tried Docker...over complicated
Tried dpkg... dependencies nonexistent in manjaro.
When updating nuget packages takes longer than cloning, configuring and compiling the Linux kernel...
Today I had to edit wpa.conf file in Open WRT in vi because it didn't have enough space to install nano and dependig packages. FML
My friend complain to me Python tutorial on YouTube doesn't work. He can't import any packages. I looked at it and found that he installed package into one Python version while his IDE is using another version installed in his machine.
And then I even find third one in another location...2
Ah, npm... Lots of packages use ES6 syntax because it's nice to write, and then transpile to node-compatible code either with CI or a precommit script. Just spent a whole day trying to figure out what was wrong with my project, when it turns out I just had to tell webpack to ignore node_modules *except* for this specific package. Sigh.2
Pandas groupBy cumcount() function cracks me up every time I see it. Dask has one too: http://dask.pydata.org/en/latest/...
In general Python libs are so inconsistent with their function names, especially data sci packages.
Abbreviations rule supreme. They could have at least add an underscore for this one if that's the standard. cum_count over and out1
What would you think about a dotfile-manager, with, some kind of, packages management capability?
So, dotfiles are organized in packages (git-repos) and these git-repos have a standardised inner structure, so one can easily share configurations and install configurations of other users.3
What does composer.phar even do? I swear it downloads six versions of itself before installing the required packages...1
Kinda annoyed that I got arch just so I could have a light weight Linux experience, after a day or two of setup I have over 800 packages installed with not much difference from my old mint setup.1
sigh. I hope one day Linux can be rewritten in something with more sensible package management. C/C++ can just be a real pain more often that not. My case was trying to install CUDA on ubuntu 16 following the OFFICIAL developer guide. gave up after trying for an hour. It needed the kernel headers for compile the drivers and it was jsut alot of pain dealing with files being in the wrong place and gcc version mismatching and tons of other cryptic errors. and this is for ubuntu which is a pretty mainstream distro.11
So I'm learning docker. As I see it, I can make an image that runs code in any number of languages then I can package it into a .deb file that people on a few Linux distros can just install and run. https://blog.codeship.com/using-doc...
If I'm making a non-Gui command line utility, can I not also just pop the image into a .pkg, an .rpm, or an msi? Then my super crazy docker build can run natively in a shell on any machine that supports one of the packages I create? Or am I missing something?1
Anaconda. Quite fitting a name to something that fucks up python environments so thoroughly. Ironic too, given that it was meant to simplify. Anaconda doesn't give a shit about the python that came with the distro. And all packages installed with pip are only visible to anacondas python. Not a single note of caution during installation. Or a best practices guide for the newbie. Just chaos. Utter chaos. The price of being a noob had been paid.5
I just installed Linux mint. I'm loving it. I always used Windows. Which packages should I install or what should I do with it that Windows or other OS can't do?27
- Installed openSUSE Tumbleweed
- Installed mariadb
- Tried to start the service (several times) with failure
- Searched online, made adjustments as per the suggestions. No luck
- Reinstalled related packages
- Tried again and failed
- Deleted everything in /var/lib/mysql
- Tried again ... and 👍
Been trying to install myself a gentoo but it's been more like the mode of broken packages than the godmode of Linux... I mean I see that some packages break if I am trying to compile via musl (not fully supported yet) or via uclibc. But please. CAN'T YOU JUST FUCKING TEST THE PACKAGES BEFORE PUSHING TO LIVE? Seriously. I just wanna install a system with i3 and lightdm for the first. But do you think I could build even the first 20 packages WITHOUT A FUCKING ERROR MESSAGE?! FUCK NO. I mean it's a clean install - nothing should be blocking - let's wait a day.
*one day later*
Fuck. Shit doesn't work now either.
*gets himself a new tarball*
Wow now it works.... Or not. 4 packages later it failed again. And like that it continues.
Gentoo isn't even running on that new software. BUT IT STILL WON'T BUILD ANYTHING TO EVEN LET ME CONTINUE BUILDING A FUCKING KERNEL AND SETTING THAT SHIT UP.
Now I am totally frustrated - deleted my efivars once because I forgot to unmount /sys from the Chroot - after a few days of trying. I tell myself: Why not just arch? It always worked.
Okay then reboot to windows and get an arch-livesystem.... If only my Windows didn't boot entry disappear again.
Any idea of how to protect your nodejs source code on a client's onsite server ?
If they can SSH, they can get the entire source.
This is built into the angular framework very well but I don't know how to do this on a server.
Any neat packages for obfuscation, uglification etc ?8
One of the best things about linux is the ease with which you can update packages, just sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get upgrade. None of that stupid installer which downloads an updater which updates the program shit.
One of the DB guys at work writes DB packages like this:
- open package in PL/SQL developer
- copy code to notepad
- edit PL/SQL code in notepad (yes, fucking windows notepad)
- copy and paste back from notepad to PL/SQL developer
Everytime I see him edit DB packages I can feel my brain mass shrinking.5
I should've tried Mint sooner the first distro that has just worked out of the box for me.
Easy to install deb packages the ui looks good built in dark theme. If it runs as well on my desktop as it is on my laptop I think I'll have a distro for life.1
Someone send help. IBM has taken over my village. They're brainwashing the children; they wont use any packages that don't end in 'd'!2
Just realizing than using packages without reading the source is exactly the same as copy pasting somoeone's else work straight into your final dissertation, without rereading it.1
Why do average people insist on buying ridiculous packages from companies like GoDaddy - when they don't know a thing about hosting or domains? They may as well just break a few of my fingers before I start their project.5
It's so annoying to set up a vm and oracle DB. Just when you think that you are done with recreating a schema from schema dump, four packages won't compile. And of course they are wrapped and it's the most generic malformed or corrupted wrapper unit error...
System finally fully updated to all git packages as it was. Who would say it would take 3 hours to build llvm and gcc. Fuck i hate that package. Have a repo for it tho. And holy. GNOME 3.36 beta is here and i didnt even know. Fuck.2
I finally got the time for learning Go.
Anyways I'm reading this about packages, and made me wonder, what exactly a package is in terms of Go lang?
That example extracts two functions into a new package, and that made me confused11
I to myself:
"I do not really need to add type annotations here, it is just the small coding part of my thesis!"
(about 500 LOC)
"Hmm, lets just activate flow and get the typedefs of some packages from flowtyped..."
Found 5 Errors!
If you publish a package over Composer - or in fact any package manager that allows optional dependencies - please don't make dependencies that aren't **absolutely necessary** required.
Is it a theme for your nice app? Don't make it required, some are not going to want to use this theme and don't want to deploy extra Megabytes to their servers every single time.
In fact, someone may even want to replace that dependency with a fork, like a customized version of that theme because it is not flexible enough! Forcing that dependency means it can only be replaced with hacks.
I am looking at you, `oxid-esales/oxideshop-metapackage-ce`, with your extra themes and demoshop data that makes the Deployer tool push and copy around half a Gigabyte of unused assets on a website every single deployment!!2
If you're running Manjaro and use mesa...
...yeah, you should definitely run your pacman (or wrapper thereof) with -Syyuu. Otherwise their fake-upgrade mess that they've done yesterday will likely break something on your system, too.7
JS scrub doing a course using React. Necessary scripts provided in the course are only available as online .js files, not node packages. Keeps failing no matter how I try importing. Trying to find alternatives, but seems like no-node packages are only remnants of the past.
Get tips like this: "You should take a look at how you can combine js files with built-in modules."
WTF is wrong with with you VS?!111 I only updated these efing NuGet packages and my whole project goes down the toilet? Don't tell me these files are not there!! THEY ARE!!!! I SEE THEM!!!
...ohh i forgot, my fault! these files in my packages folder are the new ones and YOU STILL WANT THE OLD FILES BECAUSE YOU FORGOT TO UPDATE YOU FUCKING PROJECT FILE!
How the fuck does a community write an open source library/package that works wonders, but fail to write a proper documentation.
So many times I have to look into the core of frameworks, libraries and packages so form my own documentation in my head.
I guess I should be contributing too.
We are all to blame.1
So I was thinking about learning to write some Go code. I downloaded it and it didn't work. I struggled for hours just to get it to execute a file, but I could not get it working for packages.
Never have I stumbled upon a language that's working AGAINST me.
I gave up, Go beat me. I removed everything on my computer related to Go. Fuck Go!8
"So... you know SQL? Great!! Here, I have this project for you to fix a few things."
"What is it?", you ask... SSIS packages and stuff!
Where do I start??!!
Spend the same amount of time looking for and testing existing npm packages as it would take to build something from scratch.
Nothing yet, but Boss is still certain that building our own is unnecessary.
Its soo annoying when u have Anaconda installed with all the shit packages and when u IDLE run the python and import packages it gives errors and when u try to pip install them it says request all ready satisfied in anaconda!!!!😭
C# and VS have the worst packaging system of any language. I have errors about packages not being found from WITHIN THE SAME SOLUTION1
Is it just me or is Node a pain to set up? I'm trying to make an Ionic app and every time I've tried installing Node, all necessary packages, etc I always get errors.4
A client project came with a bunch of references missing, and nuget wasn't properly restoring them. I've just spent most of my weekend trawling through the dependencies, extracting them from their nuget packages, and putting them in the appropriate folders manually.
Slowly developing a horrid hatred of nuget...
Linux users of dR, what are the packages/softwares you would highly recommend to a Linux kiddie (Beside latte-dock, Timeshift)? For a Kubuntu ofc?16
Web development has become nothing but a big shit show. Worse than Android development with all the packages and frameworks people keep stuffing into projects.1
Hey folks, new here.
I'm started to get into some RoR, so I was curious; do you have know any packages/extensions (context is irrelevant) that you think I should check out?6
Well.. I just installed Antergos on my laptop, and I'm already getting frustrated just installing Spotify.
Might go to something else, I just want to use my computer, why must it be so difficult to listen to music12
When you're writing your most beautiful module yet and realize that you need the new Jackson library, go to upgrade the dependency and all your old dependencies break because nobody ever took the time to keep packages up to date! #DependencyHell
Finally I understand the frustrations that is packages and dependencies in npm...
I have never really used node.js, only on windows to help develop a chrome plugin, but trying to do the same thing on Linux, omfg, how is it this bad?
On Windows I just ran the alias "npm start" and is figured out that it needed to install a bunch of stuff, did it and continued compiling.
On Linux I just got one missing dependencie after another... How is it that different?9
I really wanna use sublime because it's super snappy but I can't use it without having a shit tonne of inconvenience. It has no property package Implementing something like intellisense. Vscode has that but it makes me feel really slow3
Ubuntu mate looks good. But man its so hard to remove it. A simple apt-get remove didnt do the trick. Spent a long time removing all packages. Still it is there in the login screen. Let it stay there. I am tired.5
I enjoy Visual Studio, but the installer is GARBAGE.
My install of 2017 didn't come with a certain package, so I go to the installer to add it. Thing constantly fails with "could not find file" in the txt log. Decided I might as well update studio while I'm here. Turns out I had python packages for it too, since during this update python decided to have a fit in another project because modules and pylint suddenly disappeared.
Looks like there are new horribly regurgitated packages in python nowadays which somehow my boss keeps finding I don't know how , which have shorter commands that take more and more time to run because they are just attaching these smaller tags to bigger tags and so on.
And my boss doesn't understand that there's such a thing called as overhead time ffs and it takes the same fucking time to run that same shit and maybe more because the new packages don't have a proper fucking API.2
So, I have worked with two different package managers. Sbt and npm. And I don't get them. Let's take npm. I install a module. That module has its own package.json and npm runs for that, too. And it drops it into the same node_modules directory, just like the modules of my main application.
Sbt constantly gives me warnings about possible binary incompatible versions and I have to exclude packages and hope that those packages work together nicely.
I don't get it. This is how I would build a package manager and please tell me if I am just naive or why it is not done like it.
1. All packages get their own namespace, consisting out of the namespace and the version in a global folder.
2. If a submodule has installed a package in version 1.5, then it will be symlinked to that package. If another submodule needs 2.5, it is symlinked to the 2.5 version.
3. If I want to minimise the build I can try to override the packages to see if they are still working when they are all given the same version.
Seems pretty simple to me. So why the fuck are those package managers constantly loading everything in a global namespace not differentiating it by version?8
I just read about the npm dependency incident and was confused at how someone could create a package that brings so much dependency and simply have the right to delete it? How many other vital packages can be deleted?1
Feels pretty good when you chroot into your first LFS enviornment and nothing breaks (yet..). Also my toolchain seems to be compiling packages correctly so that's a plus :)
Question to the Gentoo-Users,
What profile do you use?
I want to switch to gentoo, and the desktop-profile looks like it emerges quite a lot if packages that I won't use in the near future2
Got a note saying that the raspberry pi, a colleague sent to me, has arrived. I immediately went to the post but the person responsible for the packages just walked by me saw I was ending and just looked at me while sipping from his coffee and walking away. Without saying a darn thing. And I was on time 20 minutes before they are supposed to close 😒😑
when installing software(any) on linux, which method do you guys prefer ?
- from official repos
- using .deb/.rpm
- manually from .tar.xx/.zip packages
I prefer unpacking .tar/.zip3
Ah, the joys of using a bleeding edge web framework! After updating a bunch of NuGet packages, I get the TypeInitializationException from hell. Googling the error message turns up void, because seems to be me and about a dozen other devs using this framework.
2-3 new threads per week in the support forum and mentioned in a total of 288 StackOverflow questions. It feels lonely using this framework, but the design is so darn promising...5
#1 clean up the internet of domains, use those beautiful and fancy TLDs - blog, photography, gallery, cloud, house, gov, xxx
#2 more fanatical - clean the internet of cat / dog / [supposedly cute animal] pictures, and later - npm packages1
So any unity dev has advice, documents, tutorial suggestions on creating resuable libraries, packages?
I'm working on a library for the company, and want people to use it as easy and comfortable as possible.4
Do anyone of you use a npm registry server like verdaccio for caching of packages from npmjs.org?
Today I tried verdaccio within a local docker container.
I successfully connected via npm --registry <registry-url> install
There where no errors, but verdaccio kept delivering packages with 200.
Shouldn't it be 304 since the packages already exist in the storage folder of verdacio?14
New job, same shit: looks like a lot of companies now are full (or have at least one) of superheros, which are thinking they are better or smarter just because they like not to use packages and reinvent a wheel each time . So if you are using build-in or 3d party modules you are evil
Installed Kali linux,
Did sudo update,
Programmed in VIM,
Found....atom and sublime are a bit better!
Downloaded atom and sublime....
Saw parrot os features...
*Su delete Kali
Apt-get install parrot.....bye bye Kali!
Any of you uses Fedora with an Nvidia-GPU?
The distro seems pretty cool, but i doubt I'll get everything to work, since fedora doesn't offer premade packages for proprietary drivers.4
Have spent the better part of two days trying to fix the build because I foolishly tried to update some NuGet packages :-(
I just started maintaining a few AUR packages, and I got to say it's rather fun and rewarding, just to know that your responsible for making sure that something is up to date, and that no one using the package is getting anything bad.2
Rect is heavy so if you gonna build lets say a website, it will be heavy.
But wouldnt be awesome if we could import like small packages that contain a few functions based on categories?
In this way you can have a light app or website and also use a framework
Just my 2 cents!5
Data structure and Analysis
For experienced ones, add "System Design".
...path for big fat packages.
I write a hello world and then start importing libs and packages on top. Then I adapt the hello world to test those libs and packages. The entire thing is one big sanity check. The logic is done in increments as well.
Is this bad?
I wish windows would release a personal version of Windows micro server so that I could only install exactly what I want for my dev workstation through budget packages...*sigh*1
Is there any way to find the users of your npm packages. I can see there is no dependent of my some npm packages but number of downloads are being increased. I've also checked Github insights dependency graph but couldn't find any.2
So I'd like to see some opinions on different editors and IDEs.
I personally use Atom, and I really dig all the functionality and packages it has available. What do you use and why? Hear a lot of suggestions for VSCode and the like... and it looks cool but does it do anything Atom can't? They all seem fairly similar to me in the long run if you take the time to set them up the way you like.14
when you haven’t updated the packages in ages.
i would rather have the vulnerabilities than have an app that’s not working.2
I'm in kind of a clutch between learning Ruby or Python.
I did some stuff with Ruby (Hello World, a little RoR) but I like it a lot ao far.
However, support for it isn't that big (packages, tooling, etc) as for Python :/
Which one to pick?2
Why is it so fucking impossible to install SINGLE packages for texlive on ubuntu when my windows (miktex) can do that on its own?!?!
tried different solutions (e.g. tlmgr), nothing works reliably, I'm just texlive-fulling now, urgh.4
Forcing all your package dependencies to one specific version because you are afraid of incompatibilities is like building a scyscraper from pure concrete because wood isn't strong enough. Sounds like a decent idea at first but leads to a brittle, fragile structure that won't last very long.3
OpenCV,OpenFace,Caffe are supported in Arch Linux,but CUDA is not supported!! :| WTF!! How these packages could be supported in Arch but CUDA not!7
fucking hate all online programming exam because they're limiting the way of examineer answering the problem as they're not allowed to import any packages.8
So I'm currently having a love/hate relationship with Atom... I love that it only has what I want and nothing more, but I hate that it lacks a lot of basic features like automatically adding the closing tags to my html, and the only beautifying package I can find defaults to two spaces instead of my usual 4 and I can't find how to change it.
Does anyone know how to change the spacing on the beautify package? And does anyone know a package that will auto close my html tags?7
not to continually bring up net neutrality, but I'm starting to understand the stance of people who defend net neutrality. there is a very obvious con in repealing it - the "results" the FCC cites are actually experimental, and we know that title II regulations have successfully levelled the playing feild for ISPs. It just works.
The competition that would be generated after repealing T2 would incentivize companies to lower prices, if they only had a single "package", or to make the delegated sets of packages they produce affordable. it's common sense guys - If we can't afford the packages, they can't afford the business loss. Contrary to popular banter, smaller companies will not "just get pushed out" of business. Providers are going to scramble to find "the best deals" for their customers and, in the end, companies like Verizon might actually be the ones going under.
just a little thought ig2
Some people like to spring clean, rearrange their house, wash their car, build shelves, or some other chore.
Me? I just spent a couple or so days manually "syncing" the packages on my 2 laptops. That is, making sure that `apt-mark showmanual` and `dpkg-query -l` shows the exact same output on both of them, by manually apt-marking / apt-get installing / removing the exact same set of packages as manual/auto and ensuring the exact same set of "recommended" / "suggested" packages are pulled as dependencies on both.
The end result is a sysad's ideal - I have wasted countless hours making sure absolutely nothing has changed. But hey, my package list is clean, and if aliens from a software dimension abducted one laptop... I have an exact clone ready.
It all started last night.
I removed libdev2.so using apt remove and before I knew what the fuck was going on half my packages on ubuntu were broken.
Then I got this idea (which I m fucking regretting right now!) to just upgrade my ubuntu 17.04 to 17.10 and reinstall the broken packages again.
I spent my entire night and this morning for upgrading and configuring it.
I left the pc on for a while and when I got back I see, the firefox is fucking lagging on youtube, stack overflow, pornhub every damn site even my localhost which never happened in my 17.04
Fuck, I wasted half a day and now I m just going to downgrade this shit1
I'm really frustrated by the size of node_modules folder that gets created every time for every project. So, I've been looking for some time-space saving solutions. And I found PNPM ( https://pnpm.js.org/ ) , Yarn ( https://yarnpkg.com/ ) and Pkglink ( https://github.com/jeffbski/pkglink ). But I'm not sure which is better to serve my purpose.
Things I'm looking forward to solving:
1. I don't want to re-download the same packages over and over again
2. I don't want the same packages to be in multiple projects and eat up space
3. I want a stable, fast and disk space saving solution
Looking for experts advice.7
Just went to update my nextcloud instance, is there an archive of packages for archlinux ARM, nextcloud stable isnt compatible with php 7.2.
I regularly clear /var/cache/pacman/pkg yes i already checked...
What a holy shit the fucking Windows File History and all the rubbish from the Microsoft installer files!! Is it so difficult to remove automatically the unnecessary packages!!! My SSD partition for Windows is completely full of rubbish!!4
When you have to pull out that Windows laptop for the first time in a couple months, for a .NET project, and have to watch Dropbox sync. The you say "fuck it" 30 minutes later when you recall how many MEAN "test" projects you installed packages for.....
When you can't use anything else other than php with no libraries and no frameworks/external packages and you have to reinvent the wheel every. single. time.1
Boss uses symlinks for packages in go. He checked in changes for several services and then left for vacations.
Wtf. Why is using mail templates in nodejs so complicated in comparison to eg Laravel?!?! I have to install 3 packages with 20+ dependencies and setting it up is a hell -.- I'm losing my love for node since I got to know laravel3
Any c++ devs here,im looking for an explanation on how to distribute c++ packages with dependant libraries.what methods are there to make sure that every person who receives your application can use it without installing any libraries or dependancies.im currently developing on linux.2
People are whining about frontend bloat, overengineering, too many packages on npm and whatnot.
And I'm just like: "Hey! You still can write your own leftpads y'know..."
I just don't get why having lots of options has to be so bad...
My employer announced that it has to let people go.
The severance packages can't be announced quickly enough!
As somebody who is used to Ubuntu (I just love the simplicity of just running an apt-get to download packages), should I switch to Arch?
Please only give factual reasons, not just "yes, cus it's arch"6
IDE: Visual Studio. Overkill of an IDE yet very very useful for everything.
Text Editor: Code and Atom. Although both of these text editors eat more resources than Sublime (especially Atom), what I love about both editors are the available packages and the monthly updates.
Intel’s glueing Vega GPU into mobile packages and none of the YouTube videos covering the topic have made a leap of logic to speculate what Apple will do with their MacBook Pro lineup next year.3
So I just had my first coding interview for an internship next summer. It was online, because I'm currently on a different continent. The company uses coderpad.io to do the interview. The website restricts what packages you're allowed to use, and FORCES you to use poorly documented, deprecated ones. On top of that, it fails to send http get requests HALF of the time because of DNS problems! Gaaah!1
I am working on my website getmeroof.com, and I am using Angular 5. I have used many different packages due to which vendor size is too big now, now Is there any good way to figure out which library or package I am not using, because going through each and every file is taking too much time, any help?14
About to write (and publish) my first npm package with TypeScript. It's basically just for json stream writing because the existing packages suck and/or don't do what I need
Guess my actual project I need this for will have to take a bit longer now
A lot of my apps are hosted in Debian servers from a long time.
I'm upgrading some machine to Debian 10 and it's a nightmare: phpmyadmin and monit packages are no more available.
Is there someone in the same situation?7
How does anyone wrangle all these fucking JS packages!
Trying to fix issue where a table overflow problem...only in firefox. Found a quick fix then discovered it does not work when there is an event with a handle.
So come to find out perfect scrollbar does not like flex nor firefox (the only browser for the end user)
Jesus christ I miss laravel.
me: this installation needs swap space on server
ops: we don't do swap space on AWS
me: ಠ_ಠ OK, what other solution can you provide me?
ops: here, use this real (bare metal) server we have
me: will it have all the same access and installed packages I had used on the AWS server?
ops: no, you need to create tickets for that
Does anyone knows if there's a way to make my NugGet PM for my API to make some packages only available for some environments?
I mean, is it possible by modifying some instances to make some packages just to be installed/seen from the development side but not in Production?1
Recommended packages for Atom for PHP, HTML, CSS, MySQL development to make my life easier? Autocomplete, preview, etc.?5
Today's lesson , never
sudo rm -rf /usr/lib/python3.5/dist-packages on a fedora Machine. It breaks everything.
So any ideas how to fix it. A4
Another great website error code fail (dumped its full error output to the website):
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "/usr/lib/python2.4/site-packages/trac/web/api.py", line 436, in send_error
File "/usr/lib/python2.4/site-packages/trac/web/chrome.py", line 808, in render_template
template = self.load_template(filename, method=method)
File "/usr/lib/python2.4/site-packages/trac/web/chrome.py", line 768, in load_template
self.templates = TemplateLoader(
File "/usr/lib/python2.4/site-packages/trac/web/chrome.py", line 481, in get_all_templates_dirs
for provider in self.template_providers:
File "/usr/lib/python2.4/site-packages/trac/core.py", line 78, in extensions
return filter(None, [component.compmgr[cls] for cls in extensions])
File "/usr/lib/python2.4/site-packages/trac/core.py", line 213, in __getitem__
component = cls(self)
File "/usr/lib/python2.4/site-packages/trac/core.py", line 119, in maybe_init
File "/usr/lib/python2.4/site-packages/authopenid/authopenid.py", line 157, in __init__
db = self.env.get_db_cnx()
File "/usr/lib/python2.4/site-packages/trac/env.py", line 335, in get_db_cnx
File "/usr/lib/python2.4/site-packages/trac/db/api.py", line 90, in get_read_db
return _transaction_local.db or DatabaseManager(env).get_connection()
File "/usr/lib/python2.4/site-packages/trac/db/api.py", line 152, in get_connection
return self._cnx_pool.get_cnx(self.timeout or None)
File "/usr/lib/python2.4/site-packages/trac/db/pool.py", line 172, in get_cnx
return _backend.get_cnx(self._connector, self._kwargs, timeout)
File "/usr/lib/python2.4/site-packages/trac/db/pool.py", line 105, in get_cnx
cnx = connector.get_connection(**kwargs)
File "/usr/lib/python2.4/site-packages/trac/db/sqlite_backend.py", line 180, in get_connection
return SQLiteConnection(path, log, params)
File "/usr/lib/python2.4/site-packages/trac/db/sqlite_backend.py", line 255, in __init__
TracError: The user apache requires read _and_ write permissions to the database file /home/trac/morituri/db/trac.db and the directory it is located in.
I have Ubuntu 16.10 installed on my laptop...guess how painful is it to install new packages :/ I should really add reinstall to newer version to my to-do list.4
so I have been trying to make migrations on centos 7 for a while now on my virtual env i keep getting this error
## Traceback (most recent call last):
File "manage.py", line 10, in <module>
File "/srv/switch/env/lib/python2.7/site-packages/django/core/management/__init__.py", line 364, in execute_from_command_line
File "/srv/switch/env/lib/python2.7/site-packages/django/core/management/__init__.py", line 356, in execute
File "/srv/switch/env/lib/python2.7/site-packages/django/core/management/base.py", line 283, in run_from_argv
File "/srv/switch/env/lib/python2.7/site-packages/django/core/management/base.py", line 327, in execute
File "/srv/switch/env/lib/python2.7/site-packages/django/core/management/base.py", line 359, in check
File "/srv/switch/env/lib/python2.7/site-packages/django/core/management/base.py", line 346, in _run_checks
File "/srv/switch/env/lib/python2.7/site-packages/django/core/checks/registry.py", line 81, in run_checks
new_errors = check(app_configs=app_configs)
File "/srv/switch/env/lib/python2.7/site-packages/django/core/checks/urls.py", line 16, in check_url_config
File "/srv/switch/env/lib/python2.7/site-packages/django/core/checks/urls.py", line 26, in check_resolver
File "/srv/switch/env/lib/python2.7/site-packages/django/urls/resolvers.py", line 254, in check
for pattern in self.url_patterns:
File "/srv/switch/env/lib/python2.7/site-packages/django/utils/functional.py", line 35, in __get__
res = instance.__dict__[self.name] = self.func(instance)
File "/srv/switch/env/lib/python2.7/site-packages/django/urls/resolvers.py", line 405, in url_patterns
patterns = getattr(self.urlconf_module, "urlpatterns", self.urlconf_module)
File "/srv/switch/env/lib/python2.7/site-packages/django/utils/functional.py", line 35, in __get__
res = instance.__dict__[self.name] = self.func(instance)
File "/srv/switch/env/lib/python2.7/site-packages/django/urls/resolvers.py", line 398, in urlconf_module
File "/usr/lib64/python2.7/importlib/__init__.py", line 37, in import_module
File "/srv/switch/app/switch/urls.py", line 10, in <module>
File "/srv/switch/env/lib/python2.7/site-packages/django/conf/urls/__init__.py", line 50, in include
urlconf_module = import_module(urlconf_module)
File "/usr/lib64/python2.7/importlib/__init__.py", line 37, in import_module
File "/srv/switch/app/primary/core/administration/urls.py", line 2, in <module>
from primary.core.administration.views import *
File "/srv/switch/app/primary/core/administration/views.py", line 5, in <module>
from primary.core.api.views import *
File "/srv/switch/app/primary/core/api/views.py", line 8, in <module>
from primary.core.bridge.views import *
File "/srv/switch/app/primary/core/bridge/views.py", line 11, in <module>
from primary.core.bridge.backend.loggers import Loggers
File "/srv/switch/app/primary/core/bridge/backend/loggers.py", line 2, in <module>
from primary.core.bridge.backend.wrappers import Wrappers
File "/srv/switch/app/primary/core/bridge/backend/wrappers.py", line 6, in <module>
import pytz, time, json, pycurl
ImportError: pycurl: libcurl link-time ssl backend (nss) is different from compile-time ssl backend (openssl)
even after uninstalling pycurl and exporting the pycurl variable to my environment can I get any help4
I was reviewing an Angular (remember this) project where I work to find any possibilities to optimize the performance of app. For a moment an idea came to me to look and analyze package.json and see if there is any package listed there but it's not being used in the application.
...aaaandd there were fucking 32 unused packages. 32 packages that have been installed but are not used anywhere in the application. 32!!!!!
And you know what the best part is. 2 of them were react packages. I mean, literally, their name was react-bllabllablla- component, and when I visited npmjs website, their description was react component that does bllabllablla. It's fucking react....... It's in the name, it's in the description. Is my company giving jobs to fucking blind developers or what? I'm going crazy!5
started working on an existing project of a customer from our company today.
The readme.md says you need to run it in docker but apparently thats wrong. You have to symlink the repo inside wp-content/themes. Then install some packages via npm but only for node-7 because node-sass will only work that way. Then install some packages via bower becausy, why not? and lastly run a webserver via gulp that serves the parent wordpress-directory.
But wait, theres more:
The staging environment is a macbook for internals, thats running in our office 24/7 and serves the website via ngrok...
Well. Here we go... new version of buildroot, new version of the kernel patches, new version of several packages...1
Damn it. This WiFi service in the train sucks. Not only they do block so dangerous stuff like Ubuntu packages but it is not even fast / reliable enough to give me stable SSH. NOT EVEN VIA FREAKING MOSH! We are talking UDP and couple of kbytes. Thankfully they let me pay for it after using up my generous 15 free minutes. Suckers.
Browse to ionic page when it's in version 1. Scroll down to their documentation , almost there about to complete reading their documentation, ionic releases version 2. Get your system setup for ionic 2. Browse through their page for native nom packages , find ionic V3 there... !!! What the fuck .!!!??? Am I the only one experiencing this ?1
About to scrap the multiplayer functions in massmello altogether and work solely on the singleplayer package instead - i had far more done in regard to singleplayer functionality before i had the packages split anyway. >:(
I'm trying to generate a PDF from a website (https://devhints.io/react) on Ubuntu, but the two packages I tried (htmldoc and htmltopdf) both split the code at onto separate pages. I'm trying to have the code blocks on one page or start a new page and then have the title of the code block and the code block.
I'm Beck at my parents home again and wanted to some a problem I'm having with FB "intelligent" aka dumb UI. But my motivation to code jus got thwarted bc VS 2012 is too old... and can't install the Nuget packages I need...2
Very specific for r, but Hadley Wickham wrote tons of stuff about how to build packages and has inspired me a lot. He uses a lot clean code practices and writes very clearly.
It would be really nice if bower packages had a consistent naming convention as far as getting to the relevant file path. I'm always surprised how whacky it is. bower_component/special_plugin/code/dist/SpecialPlugin/Script.js ... nonsense!
I just joined a team using nuget shared packages for a lot of stuff. The Nuget packages get version incremented on merge - but this approach means that if several people are working cross stack and need to change their project and the Nuget package, everyone is going to have to wait their turn to do a merge and ensure their version is correct when merging (or it won't build).
What are the ways around this and still use nuget packages? I can't stand the though of working on totally different functionality to someone else and have to deal with this shit.
So I ordered the wrong size coffee filters on Amazon 😶 I know they were probably already in the area but UPS guy got here in 10 minutes to pickup my return I need Amazon to deliver my packages that fast 😂5
Spent an hour today trying to start arch update because gstreamer0.10 made me first delete a buttload of packages. Why did I even install it in the first place 😩
Hey, God bless the pamac devs -
I'm not constantly trying to queue packages for install when others are already installing niw, since it's all locked until the first install is finished
felt compelled to write about this idk
Learned react recently. It's such an amazing library, way better than Angular for smaller web-apps. Any suggestions to get more in-depth with React, without randomly installing multiple packages doing the same job?9
You learn with more zeal when you pay to learn. Unless you have abundance of internal motivation, pay for online training or learning packages, you will see what I mean.
I'm trying to get started in making language syntax packages for Atom, mostly for two languages that are not so used as of yet though (Lisaac and S-SIZE), but I wonder: does one really have to upload the package to npm in order to be able to use it in Atom yourself?
I love laravel. But I hate blade as it's templating engine. Why didn't they choose pug. Its so much more readable. I know I can have it by packages. But I would rather see it as the default.10
Love & Hate of my dev career because almost all my time is
- 99% in various setup&config tools : setup sdk, sdk packages, sdk plug-ins, sdk dependency, IDE , IDE plug-ins, IDE middleware language plug-in and etc.
- 1% enjoying coding paradise before the storm of sdk and IDE updates comes and take away 99% of my time again :(
I need an open source library /package or any addons to implement the given functionality. Its consist of tinder like swiping for clicks. Sadly i coudlnt get any. I thought about angular animations. But didnt implement any. Each card has each questions for clients. Let me know your findings3
Building atom on an RPI 2 with this fuckstickle of a package manager is a bloody nightmare. Works without issue on Raspbian Jessie, implodes into a spectacular clusterfuckeroni on Raspbian Stretch.
Been on it since yesterday, 10/10 weekend saved.
Just a little question about the Flutter web version
I'm trying to run one of my old projects on web (Flutter 1.9)
But it gives me a bunch of errors about not importing some packages (flare_flutter is one of them)
So...can I do anything about it or should I just wait to them to support it?
Has anyone else lost all compatibility with Netbeans 10 and javafx on linux? I can't for the life of me get any packages to work together to fix the problem. Even installing "Netbeans8" and jdk8 and openjfx8 doesn't fix the problem.2
I need to write something using https://nuget.org/packages/... because it’s bugging me. But I don’t know what.2
Which method do you prefer: installing softwares via apt-get install or .deb packages?
My colleague disagreed with me when I choose apt-get install over downloading the .deb package. Later on it turned out the package on the ppa was outdated and didn't include systemd init scripts. I purged the package and installed the .deb provided in its website.
Worked like charm.
He had a good laugh.3
I'm having a hell of a time figuring out how to use atom editor with my website somebody please direct me to the right package!!2
I am developing a webapp with a couple of friends and we want to implement stripe API with Django Rest. Does anybody knows about good integration test packages/practice that could be useful in this case?
I was updating packages through Synaptic Package Manager and I cancelled it from some weird reasons while it was downloading 😐 But it installed everything that was downloaded and right after a reboot,every peripherals stopped working 😶 Does this happen often?3
I took a lot of effort to find some not so famous nice NPM packages... Here's a list, that too an alphabetical one xD
So, anyone know of a way to use an npm package as a compilation of other packages? Could I write a personal package that when installed lets the user run code from a bunch of my favorite packages? For easy system installs?4