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htaccess – Clean URL’s within subdirectories

I have a website with the following structure

index.php
contact.php
about.html
forum(dir)
   - index.php
   - thread.php

What i want my htaccess to do

  • Remove .php & .html extension, eg: when you visit contact page the url should be www.domain.com/contact/ & www.domain.com/about/
  • When the user visits the forum the url should be www.domain.com/forum/thread/10004000/ instead of www.domain.com/forum/thread?id=10004000

I’m not sure how to figure it out. I was able to remove the extensions but failed in the / “forward slash” part and the ?id=10004000

This is my .htaccess part

RewriteEngine on 

RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} !-d
RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME}.html -f
RewriteRule ^(.*)$ $1.html (NC,L)

RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} !-d
RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME}.php -f
RewriteRule ^(.*)$ $1.php (NC,L)

sim unlocking – Phone detects other networks, IMEI checker says clean, still can’t transfer SIM card, is carrier lock?

I called MetroPCS (my provider) and tried to transfer the number over to a used phone off eBay. They told me it was blacklisted, so I checked it and it came up as clean. I called T-Mobile and the told me it was on a installment/equipment lock. Apparently the old owner never fully paid off the phone, is this possible to resolve on the android side? If
I changed the IMEI number (yes, dangerous) to that of a phone of the same model, would that resolve the “lock”? It really sucks to have an expensive brick.

javascript – Clean Architecture in NodeJS – How to approach the next step (use-cases) after entities?

I’ve been trying to learn about software architecture and after watching multiple talks of Robert C. Martin I fell in love with his concepts and Test Driven Development.

For a couple days now I’ve been trying to follow the Clean Architecture principles while building a chat-application server that used to be one big monolith mess. But I have the gut feeling I’m not understanding it at all and have no clue how to approach the next step after entities: Use Cases.

So far I’ve come up with 4 entities:
message, room, user & uuid.

A user should be able to create a room and add a message to the room. A user should also be able to join an existing room and add a message in this existing room.

An example of the room entity:

./entities/room/room.spec.js

"use strict";
const chai = require("chai");
chai.use(require("chai-uuid"));
const expect = chai.expect;

const makeMessage = require('./index.js');

describe('message', function() {

    const message = makeMessage({
        content: "Hello World!",
        sender: "#9119BBXX1212"
    });

    it('must contain a non-empty string', function() {
        expect(message.getContent()).to.be.a('string').and.not.be.empty;
    });

    it('must contain a valid UUID', function() {
        expect(message.getId()).to.be.a.uuid();
    })

    it('must contain a sender', function() {
        expect(message.getSender()).to.be.a('string');
    })

    it('must contain a created at date', function() {
        expect(message.getCreatedAt()).to.be.a('date');
    })

});

./entities/room/makeRoom.js

module.exports = function buildMakeRoom({uuid}) {

    return function makeRoom({messages = (), createdAt = new Date(), theUuid = uuid.generate()} = {}) {

        return Object.freeze({
            getId: () => theUuid,
            getCreatedAt: () => createdAt,
            getMessages: () => messages,
            addMessage: function(message) {
                messages.push(message);
            }
        })

    }

}

./entities/room/index.js

const buildMakeRoom = require('./makeRoom.js');
const uuid = require('../uuid/index.js');

const makeRoom = buildMakeRoom({uuid});
module.exports = makeRoom;

That’s what I think an entity in Node would look like. And it works great if I play with it a little. But what’s the next step? How do I make a Use Case based on this entity?

I’ve tried to play with the entities in the main file to get a feeling for what’s necessary. But I’m so confused:

const makeRoom = require('./entities/room/index.js');
const makeUser = require('./entities/user/index.js');
const makeMessage = require('./entities/message/index.js');

// #Repository - Store Rooms and Users
const rooms = {};
const users = {};

// #User - Create A User
const userOne = makeUser();
users(userOne.getId()) = userOne;

// #Room - Create A Room
const room = makeRoom();
rooms(room.getId()) = room;

// #User - Join A Room
userOne.setCurrentRoom(room.getId());
userOne.setJoinedRoom(true);

// #Message - Create a Message
const message = makeMessage({
    sender: userOne.getId(),
    content: "Hello World!"
})

// #Room - Add a Message
rooms(userOne.getCurrentRoom()).addMessage(message);

// #User - Create A User
const userTwo = makeUser();
users(userTwo.getId()) = userTwo;

// #User - Join A Room
userTwo.setCurrentRoom(room.getId());
userTwo.setJoinedRoom(true);

// #Message = Create A Message
const secondMessage = makeMessage({
    sender: userTwo.getId(),
    content: "Whatsupp World!"
})

// #Room - Add a Message
rooms(userTwo.getCurrentRoom()).addMessage(secondMessage)

// #Room - Display Messages
rooms(room.getId()).getMessages().forEach(message => {
    // Display the Messages to Console (This could be a UI as well. Like an web-interface)
    console.log(message.getCreatedAt(), message.getSender(), message.getContent());
})

I would appreciate it so much if you could help me out!

TL;DR: After writing your entities with TDD and Clean Architecture. What should be the next step to create a good Use Case?

bitcoincore development – Should I always run “make clean” between building different PR branches of Bitcoin Core?

You could always run make clean between builds but a lot of the time it won’t be necessary and it is slower.

Pieter Wuille usually doesn’t run make clean and only runs it when the build fails.

If it still fails after that he runs git clean -dfx. Warning: This deletes everything and resets your work directory to a fresh checkout. You’ll need to autogen.sh again.

(Glen Willen suggests running git clean -dfX instead of git clean -dfx as X only removes ignored files, x also removes locally added non-ignored files, including e.g. new code you did not yet call git add on)

make clean is only necessary when the configuration changes. This could be because you run ./configure with different flags or it could be because there are substantial changes to the autoconf/automake scripts when changing branches. Of course the act of changing branches isn’t relevant as the build system doesn’t know or care that you are using Git. The build system just sees some code and/or configure scripts changed and re-runs them as necessary. Without make clean it will just see existing .o files not realizing that the rules used to build them have changed

Jon Atack usually doesn’t run make clean but does if there is slight weirdness or if switching to fuzz build or back.

Thanks to Pieter Wuille, Jon Atack, Marco Falke and Glen Willen for answering this question on IRC.

c – Making code elegant, clean and optimized

I have some piece of code that I already optimized, however I found that there is an edge case that I should handle and I am unable to make it elegant.

char* data = get_data_from_queue(data);
Album album;
get_album(data, &album);
if (get_album_vals(album) <= 0) {
    printf("Album doesn't exist, will try to create it");
    return should_create_album(album);
}
do_stuff_with_data(&data);

Now, when I don’t find album vals, under certain conditions (< 0.01%), it may be a golden album.
If it is a golden album, under certain conditions (<0.01%), it may need a second chance.

This is the modified code that should keep same behavior, apart from the second chance for golden album:

char* data = get_data_from_queue(data);
Album album;
get_album(data, &album);
if (get_album_vals(album) <= 0) {
    int is_golden_album = 0;
    ret = should_create_album(album);
    if (!ret && album_might_be_golden(album)) {
        GoldenAlbum golden_album;
        if (get_golden_album(data, &golden_album)
        {
            ret = should_create_album(golden_album);
        } else {
            is_golden_album = 1;
        }
    }
    if (is_golden_album > 0)
    {
        return ret;
    }
}
do_stuff_with_data(&data);

However the new code is awful and I am not sure how to make it more elegant and optimized and I have spent way too much time on this.

Anyone have a suggestion?

restore – Is it possible to attach Oracle database files after a clean install

I had an Oracle 10g instance on my Win2008R2 server. Unfortunately, the server crashed and we had to re-install the operating system on the C: drive. The oracle files are on drives other than C.

The other drives (except C) are restored from disk backups. I don’t have a dump file, I only have the Oracle data files such as USERS01.DBF and the Oracle control files.

Now I am trying to find a way to install Oracle again on the server but I am just wondering about how I can attach the current .DBF files to the new Oracle instance? Is this possible? If so, how can I attach the current .DBF files to Oracle?

Currently there is no “OracleService” on services.msc and no listener as well. But previos the previous Oracle instance was installed on the F drive so I still have the Oracle binaries and data files on the F drive.

I would really appreciate if you could provide any information about this.

Clean Architecture Gateway layer depends on outer layer

Looking at the clean architecture layers and flow diagrams, and implemented it my self in my applications, I’ve always wondered which layer is supposed to contain the DB, or any 3rd Party service or SDK.

Looking at both of these images raises the question if there isn’t violation in the outer layers.

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I’ve imagined the layers division like this:

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But this means that there is a violation of the dependancy rule. Since the gateway always knows about both the external service, and the application it self, the entities.

Is there a correct way to draw these layers? I’ve read a couple of resources asking this question, but didn’t really get a full answers to what I need. For example: https://groups.google.com/g/clean-code-discussion/c/oUrgGi2r3Fk?pli=1, Doesn’t repository pattern in clean architecture violate Dependency inversion principle?

I get it that the meaning of clean architecture is kept, and the inner layers, the entities and the use case, aren’t affected by a change in the DB and the gateway, but was just wondering if maybe this is more accurate:

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edit:

From the book:

Recall that we do not allow SQL in the use cases layer; instead, we use gateway interfaces that have appropriate methods. Those gateways are implemented by classes in the database layer.

So I guess this means that the data access is really in the most outer layer:

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Maybe for this specific example, there is no real use for the interface adapters layer?

But also from the book about interface adapters layer:

Similarly, data is converted, in this layer, from the form most convenient for entities and use cases, to the form most convenient for whatever persistence framework is being used (i.e., the database). No code inward of this circle should know anything at all about the database. If the database is a SQL database, then all SQL should be restricted to this layer—and in particular to the parts of this layer that have to do with the database.

Also in this layer is any other adapter necessary to convert data from
some external form, such as an external service, to the internal form
used by the use cases and entities.

So it kinda contradicts that the data access is in the database layer, since this is what it does, converts from the DB, for example SQL rows, into the application’s entities. Are these layers not really separated? I’m confused.

restore – Is it possible to attach oracle database file after clean install

I had an Oracle 10g instance on my Win2008R2 server. Unfortunately, the server crashed and we had to re-install the operating system on C: drive. The oracle files are on other drives except than C.

The other drives (except C) are restored from disk backups. I don’t have dump file, I only have oracle data files such as USERS01.DBF and the oracle control files.

Now I am trying to find a way to install oracle again on the server but I am just wondering about how I can attach the current .DBF files to the new oracle instance? Is this possible? If so, how can I attach the current .DBF files to Oracle?

Currently there is no “OracleService” on services.msc and no listener as well. But previos oracle was installed on F drive so I still have the oracle binaries and data files on F drive.

Really appreciate if you can provide any information on this.

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