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comment Magento: send a custom ordermail with a xml attachment
I would observe orders and react on that. Probably this could help stackoverflow.com/questions/20434256/…
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comment Push data into JavaScript object
newArray.set1 = newArray.set1.concat(<other array>)
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comment magento: remove page layouts
+1—Tested with magento 1.9, cool, thanks for sharing!
Aug
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asked Ruby—Redirect Filesystem to SSH
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answered Compass from Ruby—SassCompiler not found
Aug
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asked Compass from Ruby—SassCompiler not found
Aug
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comment Ruby—Open3.popen3 / how to print the output
That's it! Works great! Was assumption correct that the overall process hang because the stout was never flushed, or is there a different reason for this?
Aug
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accepted Ruby—Open3.popen3 / how to print the output
Aug
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comment Ruby—Open3.popen3 / how to print the output
Ah ok! That makes sense! So thanks again, will give it try in a flush!
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comment Ruby—Open3.popen3 / how to print the output
Thanks a lot for your answer! One question about it, at line 1: »[…]only writing to stdout[…]«, do you mean »stdin«, or am I getting something wrong here?
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asked Ruby—Open3.popen3 / how to print the output
Aug
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comment How to catch the event when a page is about to replaced in a frame
Don't use frames at all...
Aug
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comment How do I write an arrow function in ES6 recursively?
But that would require to write function as well and does not shorten the required code, too. Of course can one go in circles where a straight line is possible, but if it makes sense is another question.
Aug
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comment How do I write an arrow function in ES6 recursively?
Well , I guess arrow functions cannot do what you desire, so you need to use a regular one.
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answered How do I write an arrow function in ES6 recursively?
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comment How do I write an arrow function in ES6 recursively?
Why not assigning the function to a variable, which in turn is in scope of the function body?
Aug
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comment Use an normal image as iconbackground from an svg file
You can use a clip-path to obtain such a result.
Aug
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comment Use an normal image as iconbackground from an svg file
Yes, it is. Have you tried it yet?
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comment Re-use a transformation in SVG using def
as far as I know, it is not possible to store transformations in <defs>. I think the only way to do it is via a <g> and does require some scripting (cloning the group and append the desired child…)
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