NuGet Hell: by design, our NuGet repository does not yet include the new functionality to which we refer

We have a solution called & # 39; MySolution & # 39 ;. We have another solution that tests this solution called & # 39; MyTests & # 39; That proves & # 39; MySolution & # 39 ;.

When in debug mode, & # 39; MyTests & # 39; refers to & # 39; Mysolution & # 39; with a route to the local DLLs.

In launch mode, & # 39; MyTests & # 39; refers to & # 39; Mysolution & # 39; through NuGet.

Only when the feature branches of & # 39; MySolution & # 39; merged into & # 39; dev & # 39 ;, the compilation server goes to NuGet.

So, problem:

During the development I update MySolution with a new functionality, I update MyTests to test this new functionality and it works and it is built and it happens and everything is good because it refers to the local MySolution DLL.

When I arrive at the compilation server, it cannot be compiled, since the new functionality is not found in the MySolution package (now NuGet refers to it). This fails in exactly the same way if I turn my Visual Studio into launch mode.

What approaches are available to the team to avoid this form of DLL / NuGet hell? Is there a proven method that involves something smart with the names of the function branches (that is, the MySolution function branches will be sent to NuGet but will be added with a version that the MyTests function branch will look for by default)?

Include variable in javascript

Hello,

I am new to javascript, can anyone please help me?

I want to add a variable in: var url
Here I want to replace:
var url = "";

This variable is used on many pages and for each page it has a different name … it is not a fixed variable.
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Thanks in advance for any assistance !

Regards,
floriano

How can I include custom Gutenberg blocks in a theme?

I know that WordPress officially wants people to include blocks as complementary add-ons, and I understand their reasoning for that.

However, I am creating a theme with a very specific use case and I would like to include my custom blocks in the theme for the easiest user installation experience possible.

How can I do this?

categories: category file rewrite rule to include category / subcategory?

I would like to have my category file (category.php) accessible through a URL structure such as:

mysite.com/mycategory/mysubcategory

For example, I have "health" as a category and "smoking" as a subcategory. Monitoring:

  • mysite.com/health
  • mysite.com/smoking
  • (and even) mysite.com/category/health/smoking

Everything works well.

But mysite.com/health/smoking You get a 404.

Is there anything in Settings-> Permanent links that fix this? Do I need to put a rewrite rule of some kind on functions.php?

Thank you.

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How can I take action on incoming Gmail emails (through a saved filter) that do not include a plus sign on the destination line?

I use email aliases for my email account to design incoming email filters for email that are sent to me from different sources, for example:

  • me+newsletter@gmail.com
  • me+bills@gmail.com
  • me@gmail.com

It's easy for me to set up incoming search filters for "newsletter" or "invoice" aliases, so that I can select messages sent only to those tags. For example, to:me+newsletter@gmail.com

However, I have not discovered a design for an incoming email filter to take action on emails addressed to my "simple" email, me@gmail.com. I tried what I thought would be an exact match, to:"me@gmail.com", only to discover that the filter selects the email sent to the three addresses: me@gmail.com, me+newsletter@gmail.comY me+bills@gmail.com.

Which incoming mail filter from Gmail will select only messages sent to me@gmail.com exactly to be able to process them in some way (for example, forward them)?

Note: I recently submitted a very similar question, but after an answer was sent I realized that I had not made it clear that I want to take action by receiving the incoming email at my postal address instead of simply processing the email already received.

syslog-ng: how to include the source IP and host name (rDNS) in the log message?

I would like my messages to be modified by syslog-ng to include both the IP address of the source host and the value of the reverse DNS lookup (of the host).

I think the answer to this question lies in the question: How to set options online versus globally? So that they are made after optional elements such as a rewrite.

I can modify the total message by copying the HOST field in the message field. The problem I have is that options like keep-hostname (no) and use-dns (yes) are made globally first. This means that I end up having two rDNS values: one in the appropriate HOST field and another as the first word in my MESSAGE.

This is what I am currently doing in an application-specific syslog-ng.conf file:

source s_blah { blah; };
destination d_blah { blah; }; 
rewrite rewrite_host { set("host_ip:$HOST $MESSAGE", value("MESSAGE")); };
log {
 source(s_blah);
 rewrite(rewrite_host);
 destination(d_blah);
};

options {
 keep-hostname(no);
 use-dns(yes);
};

I tried to put the options after the other statements (shown above), and tried some ways to include them online in the registration statement, but that throws errors.

libraries – How does speech to text work? What is needed to include new texts or letters for conversion?

I am trying to build a library that includes mathematical symbols to display on the screen.
This project helps disabled people solve mathematical operations.
For example: if a user says & # 39; integration of without theta & # 39 ;, the result that will be printed on the screen is the integration symbol followed by sin and theta symbol.
Please help me in knowing about these.

How can I filter Gmail emails that do not include a plus sign in the destination line?

I use email aliases for my email account to design filters that are sent to me from different sources, for example:

  • me+newsletter@gmail.com
  • me+bills@gmail.com
  • me@gmail.com

It is easy for me to configure filters for the "newsletter" or "invoice" aliases, so that I can select messages sent only to those tags. For example, to:me+newsletter@gmail.com

However, I haven't found a filter to search for emails addressed to my "simple" email, me@gmail.com. I tried what I thought would be an exact match, to:"me@gmail.com", only to discover that the filter selects the email sent to the three addresses: me@gmail.com, me+newsletter@gmail.comY me+bills@gmail.com.

Which gmail filter will you select only messages sent to me@gmail.com exactly?

How can I include a custom folder for the native hierarchy?

I want to put all the template files in a certain directory in the secondary topic. I also want to get the benefit of the native wp hierarchy. I don't want to write code outside that particular directory, and I don't want to use xxxx_template Filter one by one manually if possible.

For example, my son Genesis theme has a folder & # 39; site & # 39; It has all the files on the current site. and I want to put all the template files in the templates folder.

childtheme / site / template / front-page.php

WordPress must first verify the childtheme / site / template / front-page.php, then do it natively; root of the child theme and root of the father theme.

I think location_template does this kind of work. Is there any way to inject additional folders without modifying wp core?