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comment Rsync : copying over timestamps only
I also suggest adding --existing to prevent accidental copies of new files.
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accepted Does it make sense to license unit tests?
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on Multiple asp:CommandField(s) at the same cell
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on How to add button functions to the navigation drawer
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on Selecting rows from Parent Table only if multiple rows in Child Table match
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comment Injecting (implicit) value of abstract type into subtypes of trait
In my case, unrelated needs to be a term, which is constructed either via new or by accessing another instance of UnrelatedType, which must be a type parameter of the enclosing trait HasUnrelated. AFAIK, in order for type classes to work, implicit objects need to be in scope (in my case within the HasUnrelated trait). In your case, all I see is bringing values (objects) as types into global scope. Would you mind explaining how is your example applicable to my case? Thanks.
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accepted Implications of not using repo path for my own packages
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asked Injecting (implicit) value of abstract type into subtypes of trait
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comment Is there a way to make the Scala REPL not stop with CTRL-C
^: Something like alias scala="bash -c \"trap '' SIGINT; scala\"" would be more useful, so it only affects scala process, not the current/interactive bash session. Also, it's good to be an alias since it's only going to be used interactively (not called from another program).
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answered What is idiomatic go's equivalent of C's ternary operator?
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accepted Intel C++ compiler bug in member function overload resolution involving "using" alias?
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comment Indentation in Go: tabs or spaces?
Even though it's enforced by the tool, it is still important to know so one can configure how to represent tabs in their editor of choice. (For instance, Emacs users could set tab-width in their go-mode-hook.)
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