manu

Cuba

twitter.com/mvaled

Age: 36

General data

Job: Software developer; and bit of management as well.

  • Preferred languages: Python, and Ruby.

Current work

Ah! It exhausting to keep this up-to-date.

Feb
24
awarded Yearling
Feb
24
awarded Yearling
Feb
11
comment How to make postfix to deliver via a command
Ah! You referred to the result, I misread you thinking about a colon separating the pattern from the result. The colon seems to be optional when the nexthop is null, though is not documented. I tested the trailing colon in my workstation and everything kept working.
Feb
11
accepted How to make postfix to deliver via a command
Feb
11
comment How to make postfix to deliver via a command
Is not missing. See postfix.org/postmap.1.html
Feb
11
awarded Student
Feb
11
awarded Editor
Feb
11
revised How to make postfix to deliver via a command
Fix grammar.
Feb
11
awarded Teacher
Feb
11
answered How to make postfix to deliver via a command
Feb
10
comment How to make postfix to deliver via a command
Yes I will. It's rather lengthy and since it's for a very specific problem I will point to several specific tools.
Feb
10
comment How to make postfix to deliver via a command
Hi @masegaloeh, I've actually solve this issue long ago, but at the time I got stuck in other issues, that afterwards I solved as well, so I forgot to answer my own question.
Jan
28
comment fsck can't find fsck.ntfs
Ubuntu 14.04 lacks the ntfsprogs package.
Jan
2
comment Is it possible to declare alternative requirements with setuptools?
@cel It is a duplicate. I have voted to close the question.
Jan
2
comment Is it possible to declare alternative requirements with setuptools?
possible duplicate of what is `int *userMask[3][4]` pointing to?
Dec
31
asked Is it possible to declare alternative requirements with setuptools?
Dec
31
comment How to check the blobstorage in Plone/ZODB?
This was also closed in stackoverflow.com cause they deem is not a software question... Which would be the forum to post this kind of question?
Dec
18
comment How to search elements matching an xpath expression in emacs nxml-mode?
dom.el + xpath.el would do it. What I can do now is to ask for it to the nxml devs. Maybe in the next holidays I could manage to have something working, but that's unsure...
Dec
17
comment How to search elements matching an xpath expression in emacs nxml-mode?
I'm actually testing a long xpath expression against an XML. So there's no way around it. I have to test this xpath so I can put it in my code. Specifically I'm writing an extension to an OpenERP view (which is done via XML) and they way they provide to match places you want to change is via Xpath. So testing my expressions is what I need.
Dec
17
comment How to search elements matching an xpath expression in emacs nxml-mode?
@Drew greping for xpath in nxml code gives no results. There is an xpath.el implementation but I haven't had the time to test it. It requires dom.el to work.
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