When I tried to run ember test –server on my Linux machine I got the following:
$ ember test --server DEPRECATION: Overriding init without calling this._super is deprecated. Please call `this._super.init && this._super.init.apply(this, arguments);` addon: `release` at /home/dmeyer/code/ember-engine-supportability/node_modules/ember-cli/lib/models/project.js:407:38 Could not start watchman Visit https://ember-cli.com/user-guide/#watchman for more info. DEPRECATION: ember-cli-test-loader should now be included as an NPM module with version 1.1.0 or greater. ⠧ BuildingWarning: ignoring input sourcemap for bower_components/vis/dist/vis.min.js because ENOENT: no such file or directory, open '/home/dmeyer/code/ember-engine-supportability/tmp/source_map_concat-input_base_path-RxdP9vul.tmp/bower_components/vis/dist/vis.map' Warning: ignoring input sourcemap for bower_components/vis/dist/vis.min.js because ENOENT: no such file or directory, open '/home/dmeyer/code/ember-engine-supportability/tmp/source_map_concat-input_base_path-RxdP9vul.tmp/bower_components/vis/dist/vis.map' ⠇ Buildingfs.js:1431 throw error; ^ Error: watch /home/dmeyer/code/ember-engine-supportability/tmp/source_map_concat-output_path-GJOxdYTW.tmp ENOENT at exports._errnoException (util.js:1022:11) at FSWatcher.start (fs.js:1429:19) at Object.fs.watch (fs.js:1456:11) at FSMonitor._measure (/home/dmeyer/code/ember-engine-supportability/node_modules/heimdalljs-fs-monitor/index.js:66:21) at Object.watch (/home/dmeyer/code/ember-engine-supportability/node_modules/heimdalljs-fs-monitor/index.js:82:30) at NodeWatcher.watchdir (/home/dmeyer/code/ember-engine-supportability/node_modules/sane/src/node_watcher.js:144:20) at NodeWatcher.<anonymous> (/home/dmeyer/code/ember-engine-supportability/node_modules/sane/src/node_watcher.js:278:14) at FSReqWrap.oncomplete (fs.js:123:15)
All my mac friends were doing fine. What was the matter? Read the rest of this entry »
So you’ve got a blog with several years of posts and photos on it and you want to make a book out of it to preserve those memories but you don’t have time to design each page. You need an automated-ish solution. What to do?
Here’s what I did…
Step 1: Blogbooker.com
First I went to blogbooker.com. After playing around with their free plan to figure out what I wanted, I sprang for their $19 package and chose the following options:
- PDF output
- High (lossless) picture quality
- 7.5″ x 9.25″ paper size (important!)
I did not include comments or a table of contents, as these severely blimped out the size of the book.
Here’s a view of blogbooker.com’s options… Read the rest of this entry »
Scenario: To make use of a new feature in a certain dependency or to get a bugfix that’s causing your project pain, you bump the version of a dependency in your pom file — maybe the parent pom version. Then you type
…put your hands over your eyes, and gingerly press Enter.
You may see something like this:
[WARNING] Rule 0: org.apache.maven.plugins.enforcer.RequireUpperBoundDeps failed with message: Failed while enforcing RequireUpperBoundDeps. The error(s) are [ Require upper bound dependencies error for org.slf4j:slf4j-api:1.7.11 paths to dependency are: +-com.example.blah:blah-service:2.0.1-SNAPSHOT +-org.slf4j:slf4j-api:1.7.11 and +-com.example.blah:blah-service:2.0.1-SNAPSHOT +-com.netflix.hystrix:hystrix-core:1.5.4 +-org.slf4j:slf4j-api:1.7.11 (managed) < -- org.slf4j:slf4j-api:1.7.10 and +-com.example.blah:blah-service:2.0.1-SNAPSHOT +-com.example.framework:example-core:0.5.9-SNAPSHOT +-org.slf4j:slf4j-api:1.7.11 (managed) < -- org.slf4j:slf4j-api:1.7.7 and +-com.example.blah:blah-service:2.0.1-SNAPSHOT +-com.example.framework:example-core-data:0.5.9-SNAPSHOT +-org.slf4j:slf4j-api:1.7.11 (managed) < -- org.slf4j:slf4j-api:1.7.5 ...
…only it goes on for screens and screens. What happened? Read the rest of this entry »
Here’s how I did it, anyway:
sudo apt remove gnome-*
sudo apt install kubuntu-desktop
I’m on Ubuntu 16.04 LTS.
When I created a new class in IntelliJ IDEA, I’d get an automatic javadoc comment “Created by dmeyer on xx/xx/xx.” I wanted it to spell out my name…
To fix this, I went into File | Settings… | File and Code Templates | Includes | File Header and changed
(I’m on IntelliJ IDEA 2016.1.2 Linux)
Asciiquarium is a fun ASCII art program. How to get it running on Ubuntu?
- Get the tarball: http://www.robobunny.com/projects/asciiquarium/html/
sudo mkdir /opt/asciiquarium cd /opt/asciiquarium #untar the tarball here, then... sudo apt-get install libcurses-perl cpan install Term::Animation perl asciiquarium
Ran across a surprising SQL Server thing today: I was updating a query If you run a query that returns no rows and use the MIN() aggregate function, you get an empty resultset as expected, but the @@ROWCOUNT variable is set to 1. If you write the query as a TOP(1) query in a situation where it returns no rows though, you still get an empty resultset but @@ROWCOUNT is set to zero as expected.
Example of this in action (tested on SQL Server 2012):
CREATE TABLE MyTable(MyId INTEGER, MyName NVARCHAR(128));
SELECT MIN(MyId) FROM MyTable WHERE MyName LIKE 'MyTag'
IF @@ROWCOUNT <> 0 PRINT 'Nonzero row count' ELSE PRINT 'Zero row count' --Output: Nonzero row count
SELECT TOP(1) MyId FROM MyTable WHERE MyName LIKE 'MyTag' ORDER BY MyId
IF @@ROWCOUNT <> 0 PRINT 'Nonzero row count' ELSE PRINT 'Zero row count' --Output: Zero row count
DROP TABLE MyTable;