Finding issues reported on a specific version of open source software github vs. Jira(Apache)

I am trying to find issues reported in OpenSource software based on release (Version).

I find it really difficult when using github.
For example, how to search for Angular 8.2.0 – here:

On the contrary, Jira, used by Apache gives a very concise way of filtering issue based on version. Example :
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Gives unresolved issues on commons-collections version 5.0 precisely.

Github projects does not seem to have such an “affected version” based search. You have to be lucky if someone has added a “milestone” or your random query picks up a bunch of matches.

Is the understanding correct?

When Google Cloud Runtime Configuration production version will be released?

I am using Google Cloud Runtime Configuration with Spring Cloud GCP. At present Google Cloud Runtime Configuration is in Beta phase and for that reason our cloud experts don’t recommend to use it. When the production version will be released?

How to export unedited version of photos, but keep cropping/straightening edit in Lightroom?

Answer to the new question :

I don’t know any “automatic” method for what you ask. I’m afraid you will have to do it manually.

To be sure that you won’t lose anything, you can do the following (no subtlety here) :

  1. Copy the cr2 images in a new folder (“B”)
  2. Import this folder into Lightroom. You have now 2 folders : “A” with the edited images and “B” with the new unedited ones.

For each image of “B” :

  1. Select your edited version in “A” and copy the modifications you want to keep (CTRL+SHFT+C on windows).
  2. Paste those modifications to the image in “B” (CTRL+SHFT+V)

Finally you can export the images of “B” for your paranoid client… and get a beer and delete everything of “B” to save space.

Original answer to the original question :

In the export options, setting “Format” to “Original” should do what you want : it will export your pictures as they are on your hard drive.

Exporting “original” picture (meaning RAW to me) while keeping some modifications from Lightroom seems impossible, they are not “original” anymore.

If you client use Lightroom, you could try to export “original”, which come with a .XMP file containing your modification. You could then try to edit the XMP to keep what you want, as XMP are in the XML format (human readable). More information on XMP here :

You can also give him DNG exports and tell him those are the originals…

ALL websites in my WHM redirect to same domain if i hit non ssl version of url

I have a WHM cpanel with over 10 + domain
say site 1 to site 10

i install ssl in site no. 8 , 9 , 10
now if i i call non ssl version like http://www…
for site no 8,9,10 , it call the first site hosted on my whm no matter the domain called

I have most of the websites that are related to
Matrimonial script
so all sites look almost same
following is the .htaccess file

<IfModule mod_rewrite.c>
RewriteEngine On
RewriteBase /
RewriteRule ^index.php$ - [L]
RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} !-f
RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} !-d
RewriteRule . /index.php [L]

versioning – When to add version numbers to documentation

It is often useful to document when (i.e. in which versions) a feature was added, marked as deprecated, etc. For example:

Function FooBar(x, y, z)

Foos x with y and bars them with z.

(Parameter z was added in version 1.2)

I’m wondering when and how those notices are best added, and I can think of two alternatives:

  1. When the underlying code is changed
  2. When the release is made

Alternative 1 has the benefit that it keeps code and documentation in sync. However, it requires me to know the next version number in advance. In my experience, that is often not possible, because the feature may be delayed (even though the code is already there) and hence not end up in the originally targeted version.

Alternative 2 avoids that issue, but complicates the release process because you have to go over your change log and update the documentation accordingly.

How to remove compiled version of python3.9 and leave the standard python3.8 in place

I installed python3.9 by building

This has installed as the system default python3. How do I switch the system default to the 20.04 release version of 3.8

bitcoin core – Block version 0x20000000

When i run getblocktemplate, Bitcoind gives me in the version field a decimal number, when i convert it to Hex it’s 20000000

I know it must be in little endian, but to build the blockheader must i put it like this 00000020 or 02000000 ?

I am asking this question because in version 1 the blockheaders are using 01000000 and not 00000010 so i am confused

Help is appreciated

Thanks to all of you

sharepoint online – Getting version number into the spreadsheet

I have a spreadsheet on a spreadsheet located in a SharePoint library. Major and minor versions are enabled. I am trying to get names and values of some columns (metadata/properties) into the spreadsheet and have been largely successful in doing so by using ThisWorkbook.ContentTypeProperties in a VBA module.

However, I am unable to get the version number of the document. Does anyone know how this can be achieved?


magento2 – Version upgrade error 2.3.5p2 to 2.4.0

Run: composer update

Loading composer repositories with package information
Updating dependencies (including require-dev)
Your requirements could not be resolved to an installable set of packages.

Problem 1

- magento/product-enterprise-edition 2.4.0 requires pelago/emogrifier ^3.1.0 -> satisfiable by pelago/emogrifier(3.1.x-dev, v3.1.0) but these conflict with your requirements or minimum-stability.
- magento/product-enterprise-edition 2.4.0 requires pelago/emogrifier ^3.1.0 -> satisfiable by pelago/emogrifier(3.1.x-dev, v3.1.0) but these conflict with your requirements or minimum-stability.
- Installation request for magento/product-enterprise-edition 2.4.0 -> satisfiable by magento/product-enterprise-edition(2.4.0).

Help me to resolve this error.

installing – Why can’t I install even if I have the required PHP version?

I want to install Drupal 9.0.2 on a server with Apache2 and PHP 7.3.2.
I am getting this error.

Your PHP installation is too old. Drupal requires at least PHP 7.3.0. See the system requirements page for more information.

The version I get with php -v is the following.

PHP (cli) (built: Jul 9 2020 16:34:09) ( NTS )
Copyright (c) 1997-2018 The PHP Group
Zend Engine v3.3.20, Copyright (c) 1998-2018 Zend Technologies
with Zend OPcache, Copyright (c) 1999-2018, by Zend Technologies

Why does the installer says the PHP version is too old when php -v says it’s PHP 7.3.20?