“Push” does not.
$ g pul git: 'pul' is not a git command. See 'git --help'. Did you mean one of these? pull push
No, I meant the one with the ‘l’ in it.
A random anecdote about other people's code.
We had a stack trace recurring with high frequency on our management hosts today. Digging into the issue, we found this (cleaned up) trace:
Internal Server Error java.lang.NullPointerException:null ...OMElementImpl.removeAttribute(OMElementImpl.java:617) ...FOMElement.setAttributeValue(FOMElement.java:269) ...FOMElement.setAttributeValue( . . .
I have feet on the bottom of my board, thanks to a co-worker's donation. It no longer slides, making typing on it rock solid. I used it for work most of this week, and it was brilliant.
The caps are back to a blank DSA black and white set. I like the look of the F/J rows in white. I only have divot keys for F and J in white, so . . .
This summarizes my notes on a week's ErgoDox use. Notes on the build process
The Dox is a flat keyboard with variable spacing, thumb clusters, and custom firmware. It's a lot to get used to.
The flatness presents a few ergonomic challenges, most of which I solve with rotation into a neutral position. I still feel like I . . .
I like the concept of building my tools. I respect things I build more than easy purchases. There is a certain sense of pride in completing a project. It serves as a catalyst for making more stuff. This is the most complex project I've taken on to date, and I'm enjoying the success.
It was a challenge
There was a lot of labor . . .
Branching and configuration belie uncertainty.
Are your step definitions 10+ lines long? Are you relying too much on state to test? Do you get confused when you read your tests back?
I believe that opinionated specifications are the best tests. They focus in on detail and cut through lines of integration that make tests slow and brittle. They restrict degrees of freedom, making it easier . . .
If you're using Ruby and RSpec with RSS you can save a lot of quick checking time by using functional programming.
After loading in the RSS feed, you can use the following transforms on the data:
def descriptions items.map(&:description) end def missing_any?(field_sym) fields = send(field_sym) fields.any?(&:nil?) && fields . . .