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comment Leave open, or vote-to-close: "Can I host Maven on an FTP server..."
So many times I've wanted to just answer "yes" or "no" then thought better of it.
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comment May Cassandra maps hold null values
Well, if they're going to permit nulls, it seems like the data types need to handle them consistently. So I'd say this is a bug.
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comment May Cassandra maps hold null values
This looks to me like the issue is with UUID's handling of null values, not an issue with the storing of null values. What happens if you try this with another type, say text, for example?
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comment Is there a way to get Selenium record to work consistently?
@BobDalgleish There were no differences between the two actions. The first result was a correctly record "open" event. The second result was no recording at all.
Jul
27
asked Is there a way to get Selenium record to work consistently?
Jul
27
comment why storm performance are getting very slow after few minutes?
Okay, that's hilarious. :)
Jul
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comment Is FaqOverflow part of Stack Exchange websites?
@AndrewMedico Maybe if he changes it to FaqUnderflow that would avoid the trademark issue. ;)
Jul
24
comment GIT: How to remove deleted files from commit list?
Sorry, I didn't understand that from your original question. Probably you'll want to do the deletes as a their own commit, then apply changes from the branch with a patch instead of merging. Skip that delete commit when you create the patch.
Jul
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comment GIT: How to remove deleted files from commit list?
Exactly. You're committing the delete, not the file.
Jul
23
accepted Error on Cassandra server: Unable to gossip with any seeds
Jul
23
comment How to save inherited class using astyanax?
A shot in rhe dark, but check the case on the annotation on width. Other than that, seems like a bug in the framework.
Jul
22
comment cqlsh under cygwin fails without an error message
Outcome of the discussion - i downgraded to cygwin32 and all seems to be working fine now.
Jul
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comment cqlsh under cygwin fails without an error message
Added strace output and some discovery...
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comment cqlsh under cygwin fails without an error message
@thepaul I don't see any lines mentioning clear/restore/cleanup, so I've included everything but the comments and imports for starters. I'll add the strace output shortly...
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comment cqlsh under cygwin fails without an error message
with -v, it prints about 100 lines and quits. It's mostly imports and comments, but no errors. Shall I share all of it, or is there something specific I can look for?
Jul
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comment cqlsh under cygwin fails without an error message
For some reason, I expected that hexversion would be printed in hex. :) Okay, gathering more output...
Jul
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comment cqlsh under cygwin fails without an error message
@thepaul Done. Also printed the value of sys.hexversion. Is the script refusing to execute because the version of python is too new? If so, an error message would be nice. :)
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