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Edit Post #289021 Initial revision 11 months ago
Answer A: To transfer, or not to, that is the question: whether 'tis nobler to let it stay or to take arms against Stack Overflow's dominance of FAQ canonicals
You are a thoughtful person, aren't you? /me bows in thanks I for one think it would be valuable, even if you were to port it as is. In other words: it's valuable. Period. 1. I like what Stephen said and concur: divide into multiple questions please, careful with the licenses. 2. If you disli...
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11 months ago
Edit Post #289017 Initial revision 11 months ago
Question Maven exec:exec fails to see executables
I am stumped at Maven exec plugin. Running `mvn exec:exec -Dexec.executable="curl"` (or "echo") works. But when running `mvn exec:exec` or `mvn exec:exec@b` (or `@a`) it fails saying > The parameter 'executable' is missing or invalid My POM's relevant part: maven-...
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11 months ago
Comment Post #288709 Neato. Will try tomorrow, when I'll have access to that machine, my thanks for the ideas.
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11 months ago
Edit Post #288766 Initial revision 12 months ago
Answer A: Writing a testable console program
Not using Rust myself I'll add to @InfiniteDissent's answer on: > is there a better way to solve this problem altogether? Yes, there is, it's called a golden master test. Legacy code retreat taught me a golden master testing technique for cases just like that. 1. You create a set of i...
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12 months ago
Edit Post #288709 Initial revision 12 months ago
Question Running mvn validate does not show rules passed message though it should
My large, multi-module Maven project validation (Maven Enforcer plug-in) is playing tricks on me. `moduleA> mvn validate` - correctly finds all modules - runs enforcer on all of them - displays consistent output in all 7 runs I did so far - enforcer "rules passed" message appears in 5/7 modu...
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12 months ago
Edit Post #288691 Initial revision 12 months ago
Answer A: How to make Husky run git hook?
Breakthrough, I found it, mere minutes after posting here. A workaround more than an answer, but it gets the script working. 1. Reading up on `husky.sh` I decided that I don't have it and I don't want it (need to push the work forward). How did this work before though? Why could I push, commit, se...
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12 months ago
Edit Post #288690 Initial revision 12 months ago
Question How to make Husky run git hook?
How to make Husky run git hook? I have a working git hook, prepare-commit-message, but the moment Husky was installed, the hook stopped working. Not finding much luck, I then tried to make it a "Husky git hook" and run it like that, so I installed it via `npx husky add prepare-commit-message cont...
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12 months ago
Edit Post #288576 Post edited:
added VBA to comment
12 months ago
Comment Post #288576 Levels are just indicators, they aren't meant to be used. They're just to illustrate that some - let's say - "easy" questions are good for power users. Advanced questions may not be. I'm not sure how this ties to asking for proper terms or requiring some understanding. I'll add @Lundin's suggesti...
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12 months ago
Comment Post #288576 Yup! I'd quite agree with this being a very nice line to draw.
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12 months ago
Comment Post #285894 Hiya there! Not rushing, no pressure, just wondering is there a way to see a status for such plans? So I don't need to ask anybody for "how is this going"? I like both! The original request about easier replying, parent/post, or a single page was something I came to post myself. Or perhaps I should a...
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12 months ago
Comment Post #288571 Nice! How can I know if something has been resolved when browsing the question list?
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12 months ago
Edit Post #288576 Post edited:
forgot to add why I mentioned levels at all
12 months ago
Edit Post #288576 Initial revision 12 months ago
Answer A: Spreadsheets apps as end user development tool / spreadsheet formulas as a form of funtional programming
While I personally agree (take my upvote) I'd note that programming spreadsheet has multiple levels. Level 0: I use spreadsheet, sometimes with some functions, like `count` or `sum` of something conditional. Level 1: I do pivots often, along with lookups, references, and many others. And so ...
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12 months ago
Comment Post #287904 VERY thorough answer. +1
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12 months ago
Comment Post #287842 Details that'd help: what is the website for? Who would participate? Who would attack it? What tech-stack is used to build it and host it? Note, I did not downvote.
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12 months ago