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- Jul 12 2015, 20:14 (214 w, 21 h)
Thu, Aug 1
I have no idea how to do it, but looks like a good plan. Apart that, in my opinion, you do a much more of what would be necessary to run nasqueron services (but it is your time, you use it like you want)
looks an interesting tool, something quite frightening is that it comes with a set of exploit, (if I understand, a common way to exploit sudo flaws).
As a shell script not even indented, it is absolutely unreadable, and more or less one have to trust the creator to not making mistake.
Moreover for full use, you have to give a sudo password in clear text ( I just don't understand the reason)
As such, I would say it would be kind of crazy to run it automatically and I would not comfortable to simply run it for myself in any way.
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Nov 18 2017
flake8 and correct bug fd->output
Nov 17 2017
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Dec 15 2016
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Sep 4 2016
If I understand well, to require Tcl to do the copy, and so be free to allocate where we want the string (also in the stack), we should pass it as TCL_VOLATILE. TCL_DYNAMIC is intended to create a modifiable variable, but the allocation should saty
According to this answer on stack overflow http://stackoverflow.com/a/867996/128629
Aug 18 2016
Aug 17 2016
Aug 8 2016
A way to conduct testing
Aug 7 2016
- adding quote to command arguments
I wonder if the shell variables should not be quoted for example
Aug 6 2016
improved commit: https://devcentral.nasqueron.org/D602
Jul 28 2016
Jun 1 2016
@dereckson Yes it's ok I would just nitpick that the line in the example of the README -e TRUST_ALL_PROXIES=1 \ is an unecessary example of unsecure use and a better line would be -e TRUST_ALL_PROXIES=0\ But that is really too much nitpicking for saying no to the patch
Dec 10 2015
Le llvm style guide, c'est un style guide pour c++ par pour le c ?
Dec 9 2015
Where is the llvm C code style guide ?
Dec 3 2015
That should be easy done with the github api. No problem to do it in python3 ?
Nov 30 2015
I did not understood, it was an easy task. It totally changed my mind and find it well fitted.
represent the CSV as JSON is the action not the objective it is the functionnallity implemented
I think that the objective are to vague for making something concrete.
About the browser stack, two questions (more or less related)
- Which browser we intend to support. A good target would be in my opinion Grade A support by mediawiki
Nov 23 2015
Nov 18 2015
I'm not sure at all that Sandstorm fit well with nasqueron way of thinking
Jul 14 2015
about unit test
The official doc for trusted proxy looks like https://github.com/fideloper/TrustedProxy