locate database hasn't been created yet on a Mac OS X 10.6 (Snow Leopard) computer, the message:
One way to get it back is to just grab the plug-in file from a previous version. For example, you can run:
rpm2cpio gimp-2.4.5-1.fc9.i386.rpm|cpio -idvm
At first, I thought I had been hacked:
How do you see or find untracked files in your Git working copy that Git ignores?
Files which do not show up in
git status because they match a pattern/line in
.git/info/exclude with this command:
git ls-files --others -i --exclude-standard
Git 1.4, 1.5:
git ls-files --others -i \
--exclude-from="`git rev-parse --git-dir`/info/exclude" \
cd mysite; /usr/bin/python manage.py runserver
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "manage.py", line 18, in <module>
File ".../mysite/appengine_django/__init__.py", line 440, in InstallAppengineHelperForDjango
There are two simpletest modules for Drupal 6. The 2.x branch (currently at 6.x-2.5) is a backport of the unit testing framework that will be included in Drupal 7.
Unfortunately, error handling is not very good and it is possible to get inscrutable errors like this when running a test:
An error has occurred.
Please continue to the error page
An error occurred. /batch?id=30&op=do
str = str.replace(/^\s+|\s+$/g, '');
Curious about the Google App Engine, I started playing with it, which meant writing code in Python.
Unicode support in Python seems to be a tangle of confusing function names, source code file encodings, backslash escapes, the letter "u" before strings, and probably other things. Together, this smells to me like the language originally didn't support Unicode, but wanted to keep backward compatibility with pre-unicode-support scripts.