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asymptomatic.net

Age: 40

You can find more about me at my blog, Asymptomatic, or on my personal page at owenw.com
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asked Assigning vhosts to Docker ports
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answered Apache Rewrite Rule with Habari Default Rewrites
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answered Can I re-gain a systray icon of a running app that has gone missing?
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accepted Queue jQuery events/actions across multiple elements
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comment Queue jQuery events/actions across multiple elements
Indeed. The middle bit is meant to simulate an asynchronous event. I like how this is done with deferred objects, but it still leads to a mess of nested functions if there is more than one request to make, no?
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revised Queue jQuery events/actions across multiple elements
Updated code example for correctness.
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asked Queue jQuery events/actions across multiple elements
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accepted If PHP libraries can register their own autoloaders, then why does PSR-0 require they be in uniform directories?
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comment If PHP libraries can register their own autoloaders, then why does PSR-0 require they be in uniform directories?
Another question closed prematurely by overzealous moderators. I asked for the reasoning behind the specification, which is a clear fact if someone knows it -- I don't. I asked whether it's feasible (or maybe "advisable" would have been a better word) to ignore the specification, which would be something that answerers could adequately explain, and have! Moreover, I don't see any arguing here. This closing simply seems like people not wanting a question to be asked.
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