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What's new in PostgreSQL 9.3 - PostgreSQL wiki
HINT: There is an entry for table "c", but it cannot be referenced from this part of the query.

Workaround: Use LATERAL instead of the join
postgres  psql  error  sub  query  subquery  SQL  join  table  from  outer  inner  reference  workaround  solution  problem  issue  use  closure  pg 
june 2018 by ebouchut
Ascii Table - ASCII character codes and html, octal, hex and decimal chart conversion
Ascii character table - What is ascii - Complete tables including hex, octal, html, decimal conversions
ascii  table  code  key  character  list  char  HTML  entity  web  reference 
december 2017 by ebouchut
In git, is there a way to show untracked stashed files without applying the stash? - Stack Overflow
git log --name-only stash@{0}^3

When stashing including untracked files, git creates
- a commit stash@{0} (on top of the stash stack).
This commit has 3 parents (W,I,U)

"Mnemonic: "WIU" = "Where Is this Untracked file"
- W = Working Dir
- I = Index
- U = Untracked Files

- stash@{0}^1: The first parent was the HEAD of the working tree at the time the stash was created (Working directory commit).

- stash@{0}^2: The second parent recorded the state of the index
(Index commit).

- stash@{0}^3: And the third parent recorded the state of untracked files in the working tree
(Untracked files commit).

git show 'stash@{0}^3' # Show the differences
git log --name-only 'stash@{0}^3' # List untracked stashed files and directories
git ls-tree -r 'stash@{0}^3' # List untracked stashed files and directories (raw mode)

Source: https://www.kernel.org/pub/software/scm/git/docs/git-stash.html#_discussion
git  stash  show  untracked  file  track  list  display  print  name  internal  reference  ref  parent  index  working  directory  starred 
february 2017 by ebouchut
Git Revisions: Tilde (~) and caret (^) - MUST READ
In a merge:
* the **main** branch is parent #1
* the merged in branch is parent #2.

So, HEAD^2 will be the merged parent (eg. feature branch),
whereas HEAD^1 will be the parent merged into (for instance master).

Tilde ALWAYS means first parent. so HEAD~2 == HEAD^^
git  commit  reference  relative  parent  revision  branch  tilde  carat  SHA1  starred  merge  from notes
november 2016 by ebouchut
WURFL - Mobile Device Database by ScientiaMobile
"WURFL, the Wireless Universal Resource FiLe, is a Device Description Repository (DDR), i.e. a software component that maps HTTP Request headers to the profile of the HTTP client (Desktop, Mobile Device, Tablet, etc.) that issued the request."
mobile  tablet  phone  directory  model  reference  name  id  identifier  description  list  find  search  device  database  ldmobile 
february 2016 by ebouchut
MobileDeepLinking.org: Launch a a native mobile app application via a link
Deeplinking is a methodology for launching a native mobile application via a link.

Deeplinking connects a unique url to a defined action in a mobile app, seamlessly linking users to relevant content.
mobile  app  deep  link  deeplink  tracking  native  URL  application  open  reference  starred 
december 2015 by ebouchut
Who Does your Gem Work For? · Schneems
Have you ever wondered who out there is using a gem? Now there's an easy way.

Rubygems.org has a reverse dependencies API endpoint that's documented here. I wrote a simple Ruby script that finds all the reverse dependencies of a gem, and then weighs them by total downloads.
ruby  gem  rubyonrails  rails  dependency  tree  reverse  list  dependent  use  reference 
october 2015 by ebouchut
rails i18n - Share a locale text among multiple views
"If you have texts which are shared amongst numerous views, and you don't want to copy the same translation in each section for each view, you may use YAML references"
rails  rubyonrails  i18n  lazy  lookup  multiple  view  share  reference  YAML  locale  translation  link  anchor  dry  repetition 
september 2014 by ebouchut
In Git, is there a way to get the "friendly" name for an arbitrary commit?
git describe --all --contains 90de2680dc54c0d600b0694bd175bd09357a8dba master~2
git  commit  SHA1  reference  name  convert  describe  rev-parse 
november 2012 by ebouchut
What's the difference between git clone --mirror and git clone --bare?
"Compared to --bare, --mirror not only maps local branches of the source to local branches of the target, it maps all refs (including remote branches, notes etc.) and sets up a refspec configuration such that all these refs are overwritten by a git remote update in the target repository."
git  clone  bare  mirror  reference  remote  branch 
november 2012 by ebouchut
Mactracker - Get Info on any Mac
"Mactracker provides detailed information on every Apple Macintosh computer ever made, including items such as processor speed, memory, optical drives, graphic cards, supported Mac OS versions, and expansion options. Also included is information on Apple mice, keyboards, displays, printers, scanners, digital cameras, iPod, Apple TV, iPhone, iPad, Wi-Fi products, Newton, iOS and OS X versions."
mac  hardware  model  characteristic  memory  processor  device  version  directory  list  iphone  ipad  macbook  apple  product  reference  headware  computer  information  application  find  search  configuration  settings 
october 2012 by ebouchut
Threeten: Modern date and time library for Java
The ThreeTen project provides a modern date and time library for Java and is the reference implementation for JSR-310.
reference  implementation  JSR  JSR-310  library  duration  date  time  java 
march 2012 by ebouchut
Google Web Toolkit - Google Code
"Google Web Toolkit (GWT) is a development toolkit for building and optimizing complex browser-based applications. GWT is used by many products at Google, including Google AdWords and Orkut. It's open source, completely free, and used by thousands of developers around the world. "
google  web  toolkit  GWT  reference  documentation  ajax  javascript  java 
july 2011 by ebouchut
Markdown syntax
"Markdown is a lightweight markup language, originally created by John Gruber and Aaron Swartz allowing people "to write using an easy-to-read, easy-to-write plain text format, then convert it to structurally valid XHTML (or HTML)"."
markdown  markup  syntax  documentation  reference  text  web  html 
june 2011 by ebouchut
Dublin Core Metadata Initiative (DCMI)
"The Dublin Core Metadata Initiative, or "DCMI", is an open organization engaged in the development of interoperable metadata standards that support a broad range of purposes and business models."
html  meta  metadata  data  standard  rdf  semantic  reference  web  DCMI 
may 2011 by ebouchut
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