composer – How target specific version of fork based merge request (MR) patch

I’m upgrading the core from 9.1.7 to 9.2.5, however there’s a patch I don’t how to upgrade.

This is the relative issue. The file 2897638-48.patch is currently used.
The patch’s work meanwhile proceed and was integrated in the “fork based merge request (MR)” system.

I opened a issue in the past on the general use of the MR system, read this one and the documentation of Drupal site, so at least I know how to get the latest patch file.
However it doesn’t aplly, because I suppose it has been target for the 9.3 version.

Reading the commits’ list I’d like to try to install the patch at the commit eaa43b0c10c6fff8595d72d23c0f40a028bf0a71 (“Cleanup leftover.”), because it looks to me it’s the last one before the switch to the 9.3 branch.

However I don’t know if and how I can get the .patch file of that specific revision.

9 – What are the steps for rebasing an issue fork of core to the latest code plus ‘patch’?

This seems to do it, where ‘3029545’ is the issue number which is forked, these steps are presumed to have happened first:

git clone
cd drupal-3029545

And now rebasing on most recent Drupal core:

git checkout 3029545-add-route-exists # check out the branch in development
git remote add drupal
git fetch drupal
git rebase drupal/9.2.x # current core branch

entities – Am getting EntityMalformedException when saving nodes after applying a patch

I applied the following patch to be able to get JSON response containing all the default metatag information:

Link can be found here

Everything was working fine until I tried to save a new node.
When trying to save any new node, I get the following error:

DrupalCoreEntityEntityMalformedException: The "node" entity cannot have a URI as it does not have an ID in DrupalCoreEntityEntityBase->toUrl() (line 192 of core/lib/Drupal/Core/Entity/EntityBase.php).

May you please help to resolve this patch in a way that no error is thrown when saving nodes?

It’s the only patch I could find that works with our APIs response.

updating – How do I install and patch a module with composer, when the version dependencies need changing?

A patch that changes version dependencies

 package: Commerce (contrib)
 type: module
 core: 8.x
 +core_version_requirement: ^8 || ^9

Apply the patch in composer.json

"extra": {
    "enable-patching": true,
    "patches": {
        "drupal/commerce_autosku": {
            "d9 compatibility": "src/patches/patch-for-d9-3150280--5.patch"

Race condition

Updating dependencies                                 
Your requirements could not be resolved to an installable set of packages.

Problem 1
- drupal/commerce_autosku dev-2.x requires drupal/core ~8.0 -> found drupal/core(8.0.0-beta6, ..., 8.9.x-dev) but the package is fixed to 9.2.4 (lock file version) by a partial update and that version does not match. Make sure you list it as an argument for the update command.

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c++ – Simple “schema validator” of JSON using JSON Patch (nlohmann:json)

Well, it’s not actually a schema validator but anyway…

I’m writing a library which is a UI to work with some electronics – modules. Each real module is represented by a corresponding class in the library. I’ve decided to add the ability to program a module at once using the config entity. Also it should be possible to read the current configuration from a module. Also I want a user could save (load) config to (from) file on disk, and that data should be human readable and editable. So I’ve chosen death JSON as a config entity.

So my classes have the following member functions:

void ReadConfig( json& config );
void WriteConfig( const json& config );

As an advantage I have a polymorphic object here : I don’t need many different configs for each class.

As a disadvantage well … the same. Having such a polymorphic object makes it impossible to check actions with wrong configs at compile time, for example, passing the discriminator config to program an ADC.

I’ve decided that any configurable module must have a default config (some kind of schema) which values, if any, are nulls. For example:

  "name": "V2718",
  "settings": {
    "inputs": (
        "led_polarity": null,
        "polarity": null
        "led_polarity": null,
        "polarity": null

So the config is correct if and only if it can be obtained from the default one using only replacements of nulls. How do I check this? The answer is JSON Patch.

Here is the code (see the Validate member function). Each module-class inherits from the UConfigurable abstract class. Of course, I could provide code for the Validate function only, but I think the whole header is more consistent.



#include <nlohmann/json.hpp>
#include <iostream>

namespace vmeplus
    using json = nlohmann::json;

    // Curiously recurring template pattern
    template <typename T>
    class UConfigurable
        protected :
            static json   fDefaultConfig;

        public :
            UConfigurable() {};
            virtual ~UConfigurable() {};

            virtual void ReadConfig( nlohmann::json &config ) = 0;
            virtual void WriteConfig( const nlohmann::json &config ) = 0;

            static json GetDefaultConfig() { return fDefaultConfig; }
            static bool Validate( const json& source );

    template<typename T>
    bool UConfigurable<T>::Validate( const json& source )
        bool verdict = true;
        json patch = json::diff( source, fDefaultConfig );
        for( auto it = patch.begin(); it != patch.end(); ++it )
            // key "op" MUST be in any patch according to
            // and its value MUST be one of the following
            // "add", "remove", "replace", "move", "copy", or "test"
            if( it->at("op") == "replace" )
                // if "op" is "replace" then there MUST be the "value" key
                if( not (it->at("value").is_null()) )
                    verdict = false;
                verdict = false;
        return verdict;

    void WriteConfigToFile( const json& j, const std::string& path );

    json ReadConfigFromFile( const std::string& path );

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mongodb – RESTful API, patch, mongoose update command doesn’t update instead just clears fields

Patch method with mongoose update doesn’t work instead just clears field which I try to update. I have tried update, updateOne, updateMany and I have tried to do this through the flag $set the result is the same – clear field which I have tried to update.
The code:

const express = require("express");
const app = express();

const _ = require("lodash")


const mongoose = require("mongoose")
const parser = require("body-parser")


const ejs = require("ejs");
app.set("view engine", "ejs")

mongoose.connect("mongodb://localhost:27017/wikiDB", {useNewUrlParser:true})
const articlesSchema = mongoose.Schema({

const articlesCollection = mongoose.model("article", articlesSchema)

///targeting all articles 

    articlesCollection.find({}, (err, foundArticle) => {
      if(!err) {
      } else {
.post(function(req,res) {

    const newArticle = new articlesCollection({
        if(!err) {
        } else {res.send(err)}

    articlesCollection.deleteMany({}, function(err){
        err ? res.send(err) : res.send("successfully deleted")

///target a specific article


    const param = req.params.parameter;

    articlesCollection.findOne({title:param}, (err,foundArticle) => {

        err ? res.send(err) : res.send(foundArticle);



.put(function(req, res){

      {title: req.params.parameter},
      {title: req.body.title, content: req.body.content},
          res.send("Successfully updated the selected article.");

  .patch(function(req,res) {
      articlesCollection.updateOne({title:req.params.parameter}, {$set:{title:req.body.title,
        content: req.body.content}}, function(err){
            if(!err) {
                res.send("successfully updated");
            } else {res.send(err)}

  .delete(function(req,res) {
      articlesCollection.deleteOne({title:req.params.parameter}, function(err){
          err ? res.send(err) : res.send("deleted successfully")

app.listen("3002", function(){
    console.log("Server is running on 3002")

texture atlas – Calculate UV Mapping of a Smooth, Convex Patch on a Grid

I have a dataset of 3D points and normals. It is generated from fitting a polynomial function z=poly(x,y) on an evenly spaces grid in x-y. The shape of this dataset is convex and very smooth. It resembles a small patch of the upper half of an ellipsoid or cone (“pointing” to the y-axis direction), with small local variations.

I want to calculate a UV map with the smallest distortion in areas (for texturing).
In addition, I need to keep the x-y scale constant. There is no need for any boundary constraints.

Mathematically speaking, how should I approach it? Is there a way to use the fact that it is very smooth, convex, and set on an evenly spaced x-y grid for UV mapping?

Practically speaking the data is represented by a NumPy array size (n, m, 3) with equal spacing in x, y and another boolean (n, m) array as a mask for the shape.

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