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google chrome – Utility to list all external references of an entire web site

I would like to analyze an entire web site to see what external resources are referenced. In other words I need to know what external content is loaded without the user noticing, like google fonts, google maps, youtube videos, facebook icons, etc. I’m explicitly not talking about links that the user needs to click on before the linked site is used. The purpose of the report is to make sure a site is GDPR compliant.

uMatrix, for example, does that in a nice way:
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but only shows the analysis for the current web page. I need that for an entire site.

Does anyone know of a way or an utility to do that? Or maybe a chrome or firefox extension?

Google sheets: possible to increment row references rather than column references using fill-down?

When using fill down on a column is it possible to increment row references rather than column references:

| --------------------- |  
| =dogs!B15+cats!B27    |  
| --------------------- |  
| =dogs!C15+cats!C27    |  
| --------------------- |  
| =dogs!D15+cats!D27    |  
| --------------------- |  

rather than:

| --------------------- |  
| =dogs!B15+cats!B27    |  
| --------------------- |  
| =dogs!B16+cats!B28    |  
| --------------------- |  
| =dogs!B17+cats!B29    |  
| --------------------- |  

theming – Advagg with S3fs relative url() references inside of css files – broken image url DRUPAL 8

s3fs module with AdvAgg to store CSS/JS aggregates on the S3 stream wrapper

Without Aggregation (Works well). fetch from domain base url.

background-image: url(/themes/THEME/images/test.jpg);

Src of the image in CSS, which is pointing to the CNAME for S3

With Aggregation isn’t working. Because, my CNAME is different from my DOMAIN name.

background-image: url(https://CNAME_DOMAIN/themes/THEME/images/test.jpg);

I disabled it all OBSCURE options(admin/config/development/performance/advagg). But No luck.

Everytime, the CSS file content url() fetching from the CNAME url.

reactjs – ES LINT Warning:- Function declared in a loop contains unsafe references to variable(s) ‘randomColor’, how do I remove this warning?

    //pick random color from existing palettes
    const allColors = this.props.palettes.map(p => p.colors).flat();
    let rand;
    let randomColor = "";
    let isDuplicateColor = true;
    while (isDuplicateColor) {
      rand = Math.floor(Math.random() * allColors.length);
      randomColor = allColors(rand);
      isDuplicateColor = this.state.colors.some(
        color => color.name === randomColor.name
      );
    }
    this.setState({ colors: (...this.state.colors, randomColor) });
  }

this part of the code is giving me the warning “Function declared in a loop contains unsafe references to variable(s) ‘randomColor'” which I have to resolve inorder to deploy

views – On a content page that references a taxonomy term, how can I display only content that references that taxonomy term’s immediate children?

I start by guessing that you want to show the taxonomy term descriptions of child terms on the “taxon pages”.

Best way to achieve this is to creating a new block view.

As you supposedly want to show taxonomy data, choose “Taxonomy term” as data to show; save and edit.

Next you have to pull in the parent term’s ID, that is referenced from the node (Content page) this block will be placed in. So add a contextual filter “Taxonomy: Parent”. In “if filter value is NOT available”, choose to provide a default value, taxonomy term ID from URL, and make sure to tick “load default filter from node page”.

You can optionally fine-tune the settings by limiting it to your taxonomy vocabulary and define multiple value handling.

Next, save this view and place the newly created block on your content page. You do so in “Structure / Block layout”. Go to the region you like to show the block in, e.g. “Content”. Click the “Place block” button and find your view block.

Configure it to display only at your content type.

EDIT:

And if you like to show fields of content that has the child terms assigned, then you can add a relation in “Advanced / Relations” to content that has the term, change the view type to be a field view (if not already), and add the fields from your related content. (Didn’t try this one, but should work as well.)

c++ – OpenGL CPP undefined references

Recently, I’ve been wanting to help my friend make a 2D game, nothing too hard, but using glut is causing problems with the compiler I’m using. It says undefined references, but I have the files all in the right places (to make it work). I followed a tutorial on installing glut, but it still wont work.

Here’s the errors:

enter image description here
and so on…

and here are the arguments I’m putting on the compiler
-lOpenGL32 -lGlu32 -lglut32

If architecture is the problem, I’m running x64 Windows 10 on Bootcamp.

Thanks for anyone’s help.

Also, heres my code:

#include <iostream>
#include <GL/glut.h>
#include <stdio.h>
#include <stdlib.h>

void display()
{
    
    glClear(GL_COLOR_BUFFER_BIT);
    
    glColor3f(1, 0, 0);
    glBegin(GL_POLYGON);
    glVertex2f(100, 300);
    glVertex2f(100, 100);
    glVertex2f(200, 100);
    glVertex2f(200, 300);
    glEnd();
    
    glFlush();
    glutSwapBuffers();
    
}

int main(int argc, char** argv) {
    
    glutInit(&argc, argv);
    glutInitDisplayMode(GLUT_DOUBLE | GLUT_RGBA);
    glutInitWindowSize(640, 640);
    glutCreateWindow("");
    glutDisplayFunc(display);
    gluOrtho2D(0, 640, 0, 640);
    glClearColor(0.5, 0.7, 0.5, 0);
    glutMainLoop();
    return 0;
    
}

Adding references to and making custom glossary keys italic in LaTeX using the glossaries package

Dear StackExchange cummunity,

I am currently writing my bachelor’s thesis in german using LaTeX.
I would like to use the LaTeX package glossaries.
Since there are multiple cases in german, I had to make use of “How to use glossaries for different grammatical acronym forms?”.

Howerver, there are still a couple of issues, that I could not yet resolve.
But before that, here is what I have so far:

I import the package as usepackage(nopostdot){glossaries} and use the commands makeglossaries and setglossarystyle{index} to set up my glossary.

For each german case (nominative, genetive, dative & akkusative) I have set up an individual glossary key, for singular and plural respectively.
Here is the first one of the 8:

glsaddkey
{nominativesingular}
{}
{glsentrynominativesingular}
{Glsentrynominativesingluar}
{glsnomsing}
{Glsnomsing}
{GLSnomsing}

A glossary entry for “natural numbers” would then read:

newglossaryentry{glos:natural_number}
{
    name               = {natürliche Zahl},
    parent             = {glos:number},
    description        = {},
    text               = {natürliche Zahl},
    plural             = {natürliche Zahlen},
    nominativesingular = {natürliche Zahl},
    genetivesingular   = {natürlichen Zahl},
    dativesingular     = {natürlichen Zahl},
    akkusativesingular = {natürliche Zahl},
    nominativeplural   = {natürlichen Zahlen},
    genetiveplural     = {natürlichen Zahlen},
    dativeplural       = {natürlichen Zahlen},
    akkusativeplural   = {natürlichen Zahlen}
}

This allows me to refer to the glossary entry while at the same time using proper german grammar.
Here is an example:

% Wen oder Was? -> 4. Fall, i.e. Akkusativ, Plural ... "natürlichen Zahlen"
Die $0$ gehört hier zu den glsakkusativeplural{glos:natural_number} gls{symb:natural_numbers} dazu.

Note, that in order to italicise “natürlichen Zahlen”, I use the macro:

newcommand{glsakkusativeplural}(1){textit{glsentryakkusativeplural{#1}}}

Also, I have the entry:

newglossaryentry{symb:natural_numbers}
{
    name        = $N$,
    description = {Menge der natürlichen Zahlen}
}

Analogous macros are implemented for the other custom keys, i.e. combinations of german cases and singular vs. plural.
While this does indeed work, I was wondering, if there was a way of not having to write 8 similar ugly macros that just slap textit in front of glsentryblablabla.

The second an more pressing issue is that no proper page references show up when I use my custom keys.
Here is how my glossary looks like, when I print it using glsaddall and printglossaries:

glossary with messed up page references

The glossary is on page 36 and the actual terms and symbols are used on page 1.
The page references for the symbols show up, because I used gls for them (see example above);
however, those for the terms do not show.
This is due to the usage of (in the above example) glsentryakkusativeplural (inside the macro glsakkusativeplural).
How can I fix this?

Also, while we’re at it;
how can I remove the useless “page 36”-reference?

The third issue (which is probably part of the second) is that no hyperlinks show up at the place where glsentryakkusativeplural is rendered.
This is the case for gls, but for all my custom keys this does not work.

Thanks for the help in advance!

2010 – Mount-spContentDatabase: Some Or All Identity References Could Not Be Translated

I’m trying to move a wss 3.0 application to a 2010 foundation server.

What I’ve done so far:

  1. Restored wss3 content database to SQL Server used by spf2010 server
    (it’s on a separate achine).
  2. Created application with the same name of the one on wss3.
  3. Removed its content database through web administration.
  4. Tried to attach db to my application using these commands:

.

$password = ConvertTo-SecureString 'mypass' -AsPlainText -Force
$credential = New-Object System.Management.Automation.PSCredential ('sqluser', $password)
Mount-spContentDatabase –name DBName –databaseserver SQLServerName -databasecredentials $credential –updateuserexperience –webapplication http://my.intranetapp.com

The last command gives me the following error:

Mount-spContentDatabase : Some Or All Identity References Could Not Be Translated.
At line:1 char:24
+ Mount-spContentDatabase <<<<  -name Intranet -databaseserver rrpc -databasecredentials $credential -updateuserexperience -webapplication Intranet
    + CategoryInfo          : InvalidData: (Microsoft.Share...ContentDatabase:SPCmdletMountContentDatabase) (Mount-SPContentDatabase), IdentityNotMappedException
    + FullyQualifiedErrorId : Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell.SPCmdletMountContentDatabase

I’m pretty sure that sql server name, credentials and application name are recognized by sharepoint, because if I try to insert wrong values for these parameters I receive an error message accordingly (“can’t connect”, “wrong credentials”, “application not found”,…).

I also tried to change db name, but in this case I have the same “some or all identity references …” error.
Of course I’m sure db name is correct.

Best practice to denote circular references in typescript classes and objects

Setup

I am writing a class based, object oriented algorithm in typescript. In many cases, a class will create another child class, passing itself as an argument to the child class. For example:

interface RoomDetails {
  name: string;
  items: string();
}

class House {
  rooms: Room();

  constructor(rooms: RoomDetails(), ...other_args) {
    this.rooms = rooms.map(room => new Room(room.name, room.items, this)) // <--- here
  }
}

And in Room:

class Room {
  name: string;
  house: House;
  items: Item();

  constructor(name: string, items: string(), house: House){
    this.name = name;
    this.house = house;
    this.items = items.map(item => new Item(item, this, house)) // <--- and here
  }
}

To go even one level deeper, in Item:

class Item {
  name: string;
  room: Room;
  house: House

  constructor(name: string, room: Room, house: House){
    this.name = name;
    this.room = room;
    this.house = house;
  }
}

So as you can see, every new Room has references to the House it belongs to, and every new Item has references to both the Room and House it belongs to. Attaching these references to children and grandchildren makes referencing their parent/grandparents quick and easy when doing further logic. And of course it creates a circular reference. So if I create a new House:

const myHouse = new House(proper_arguments_go_here)

And then I examine myHouse, I’ll see that myHouse points to some Room instances – which each point back to myHouse, as well as their own Item instances – which each point back to their respective Rooms, as well as the original myHouse.

Question – is there a wise naming convention for this?

When examining myHouse, or any of its Rooms, or any of their Items, it can get a bit confusing. Some properties of a Room belong to that room only, i.e. a Room‘s name, and have no other references to them, other than from that class instance. But others, like Room.house, are circular references, and do not “belong” only to that class instance. Is there a good naming convention for such variables?

Possible idea – prefix with _

I had thought of prefixing these with underscores, like this:

class Item {
  name: string;
  _room: Room;
  _house: House

  constructor(name: string, room: Room, house: House){
    this.name = name;
    this._room = room;
    this._house = house;
  }
}

I know that in javascript, a variable prefixed with _ inside a class typically intends to mark that variable as private. But private variables don’t really exist in javascript, and in typescript, we use the private keyword to create private variables.

Would it be a bad idea / convention to prefix all circular reference class properties with _? Is there a better naming convention for such variables?