Gerrit is great! And one of the most needed plugins is the delete-project plugin, for easy deleting projects without the need to manuall delete files from the harddisk and remove rows from the underlying database. What is missing? The plugin... it is NOT prebuilt available. Why? I don't know... However I needed to compile it and so here it is for the actual Gerrit version (2.6) delete-project.2.6.jar
After a fullwipe of my phone (after playing around ;-P) I ended up with a almost bricked phone and needed to copy some files. You normally do that with adb (android debug bridge) an command line client for your (to the pc connected) phone that runs on your client. Normally you need to install the Android SDK (some hundred MBs) and do a bunch of configurations, but there seems to be a new package "android-tools-adb" currently in Debian SID. Installation was not more than download it from packages.debian.org and install it with
dpkg -i downloadedpackagename.debworked out of the box, perfectly I LOVE DEBIAN!!!
I really don't know why, but there is no macro (record/playback) component included in gedit, and if you are used to that as I am from Notepad++ it's hard not to cry if you come to source you need to reformat or change....
But there is a plugin for gnome2 that Eduardo Romero changed to work in gnome3. Here the (very few) steps you need to get this plugin working on your gnome3 desktop
- get the files "macropy.plugin" and "macropy.py" from https://github.com/eguaio/gedit-macropy
- copy them to /usr/lib/gedit/plugins
- restart gedit
- activate plugin in Edit/Preferences/Plugins
If you prefer to not configure the plugin for global use then you can also do it per user following the README included in the github
You are done, have fun!
- Program -> Import Java Classes
- enter "java.lang.System" as in "Import Classes"
- Press "Import"
SYSTEM.getProperty('user.dir')Especially when using Java you need a better exception handling here's an rudimentary example of this:
BEGIN MESSAGE (SYSTEM.getProperty('user.dir')); PAUSE; -- just an example, of course some better errorhandling should be done here EXCEPTION -- important that you handle JAVA_ERROR AND EXCEPTION_THROWN -- you could even do a better handling by importing the Exception class WHEN ORA_JAVA.JAVA_ERROR then MESSAGE('Java Error occured: '||ORA_JAVA.LAST_ERROR); PAUSE; WHEN ORA_JAVA.EXCEPTION_THROWN then MESSAGE('Java Exception occured'); PAUSE; WHEN OTHERS THEN MESSAGE('others occured....'); PAUSE; END;Have fun! Let me know if anybody needs more examples!
If you use the output format DELIMITEDDATA in Oracle Reports, that exports the report as CSV file, then sometimes you need to use a wrapper (e.g. if there are CR in a field) means output is not like
"SCOTT";"TIGER";"TESTUSER"; "CAPERS";"JONES";"TESTUSER2";In Reports it's pretty easy, there is a parameter that you can set called CELLWRAPPER. With this parameter you can define which character should be used to wrap the cells. If you use double quotes (") then you get FRM-41214 Unable to run Report (when running from Forms, another error when running from rwservlet directly). I am currently working on 11g, but it seems thats something that's not fixed since 10g. So it's kind of terrible that for such a long time there is a bug that has not been fixed. Metalink Note 397279.1 describes a workaround, by using another parameter CMDFILE, basically a file that contains parameters for the reports. In this file you put in your CELLWRAPPER=" (UX) or CELLWRAPPER='"' (WIN) parameter, and call it with CMDFILE=/tmp/mycmdfile.cmd. Means you change your Url (or forms parameter lists whatever...) from
Recently I needed to split a delimited string with PL/SQL. I just did not want to write the xx version of a "parse delimited string" package, and so I stumbled upon Alex Nuijtens Blog. This solution was not the least complex, but so beautiful I almost wanted to cry ;-). !Thanks for sharing your solution at this point Alex! It worked perfectly and so I implemented it in my programs. After a few more tests with larger string (~5000-10000) I noticed huge performance issues. So I did a fast check with using a "normal" loop and not the hierachic query Alex is using. Same result, terribly slow (~30s). After thinking a bit (...happens from time to time...) it was clear, normally if you parse a delimited string, you always cut the part off the front, that you parsed and put it somewhere else (collection....), what did not happen by using this solution. So I rewrote the pure SQL approach to a PL/SQL function. So The code looks now:
vParseString := pParseText; FOR i IN 1..length (regexp_replace (vParseString,vRegExp)) + 1 LOOP vToken := REGEXP_SUBSTR (vParseString,vRegExp); vCutPos := REGEXP_INSTR(vParseString,vRegExp,1,2); vParseString := substr(vParseString,vCutPos); DBMS_OUTPUT.PUT_LINE(vToken); EXIT WHEN vCutPos = 0; END LOOP;The complete programs needs below 0.1 seconds to finish in comparison to 30 before. So Alex program is good for small strings, but does not fit my needs in this case. Probably it's much faster if you use analytic functions, where you always replace the string of the previous line... I think if I have some time I will give that a try, because a pure SQL solution would be much more beautiful than a PL/SQL approach ;-).
I use Icedove (Thunderbird) since years, and think it's really a good piece of software, in my opinion it's much better than Outlook, I was using for several years too. After splitting up my data into "OS" and "real data", I also moved the .icedove folder from my home directory by symlink to my data-harddisk. Mails worked fine, but lightning would display any evens, you also could not even create any new calendar, events. After I while I saw the following error in the error-console:
I setup my Laptop with Gnome3 and was suprised that the printer was not automatically added, I know for sure that it was added automatically with earlier version... Guess that has nothing to do with gnome itself, sometimes there is some other kind of trouble. My Printer is a old multi-functional Canon (scan/print/fax) MP780 the scanning with simplescan (standard program from Gnome3) works pretty well. If you look for drivers in the Inet, there is just commercial software, like Turboprint. I tried it but had some issues after a while, and don't really want a kind os software suite just for printing... I looked further and noticed that there are free drivers called gutenprint, already available in Debian. Basically the steps you need to configure the printer were
apt-get install cups cups-driver-gutenprint
I have two servers with KVM running, on both I use preseeding to install the guests. It's amazing to watch a guest install automatically by using virt-install and passing some parameters on command line. Basically you need to pass further preseeding parameters in a file. When converting this script to wheezy I ran into a problem. In squeeze, the parameter that defines the disk was named vda (why vda??? however) in wheezy its sda now (more like its in every debian install). Means I had to change the config parameter from
d-i partman-auto/disk string /dev/vdato
d-i partman-auto/disk string /dev/sda
Still not finished with my Gnome-Desktop, what I can say that there are some great features that I really missed on Windows for years, however I want to use my Thunderbird and Windows parallel and decided to use dual-boot with the same thunderbird-profile-directory. Wheezy still has a 3.x icedove (=thunderbird) client, and my Windows installation already has a 7.0.1, so I needed a new client, and could not find any distribution out there. Means I was forced to build it by myself. There were two guides that helped my with that topic the one was from Mozilla, the other one for an Ubuntu-build. Here is my step-by-step guide:
get sourcecode from mozilla, in this case for building 7.0.1
tar -vxfj thunderbird-7.0.1.source.tar.bz2
change to direcotry
apt-get install build-essential libasound2-dev libcurl4-openssl-dev libnotify-dev libxt-dev libiw-dev mesa-common-dev autoconf2.13 yasm
and dependencies from the icedove (debian version of thunderbird) package
apt-get build-dep icedove
This file controls what is built and is specific for the mozilla project. In the first line I let the build put the new files in a new directory “thunderbird-7.0.1”
mk_add_options MOZ_OBJDIR=@TOPSRCDIR@/thunderbird-7.0.1 ac_add_options --enable-application=mail mk_add_options MOZ_CO_PROJECT=mail ac_add_options --enable-optimize ac_add_options --enable-calendar ac_add_options --disable-crashreporter
Here I disabled the crashreporter, because you run into a problem with deprecated headers on wheezy, a known bug of the mozilla build.
A workaround for another open bug with the mozilla build, on 3.0 kernels, just needed if you really are on a 3.0 kernel.
cd mozilla/security/coreconf cp Linux2.6.mk Linux3.0.mk
make -f client.mk
after the build finished change to the build-directory
there is already a metapackage “thunderbird” on debian so we need to give it another name checkinstall also asks you for some stuff for naming and describing the package
checkinstall -D --install=no --pkgname=´thunderbird-fairtec´ --pkgversion=´7.0.1´
dpkg -i thunderbird-fairtec_7.0.1-1_amd64.deb
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