ios – TestFlight: Why isn’t individual tester getting notifications when new TestFlight builds are pushed to store?

I have an app on TestFlight, and I added an individual tester to version 0.1.3. I then pushed versions 0.1.4 and 0.1.5, and although this tester automatically appears under “Individual testers” for these last two builds, they didn’t receive any notifications about them, so they still have only version 0.1.3. They have auto-update set to ON. Does anyone know how I can resolve this?

algorithms – How to program a GPU power or hashrate tester?

fyi I am not a programmer

Think of these Internet speed testing websites, you press on the “Test” button and it runs diagnostics to determine your bandwidth speed.

Now I am looking to program or build something similar in idea. A site where you can test your rigs or GPU’s hash rate power for mining (h/s).

Any pointers in which language could accomplish this and where to begin? I was considering using Python due to it’s usability in ML, but have no idea where to even start or what to research to build this.

All help and tips appreciated!

networking – Ethernet cable tester only blinks on 4 and 5, incorrect order

I have two Ethernet ports wired together (A -> B). I used a cable tester to check whether they have been wired correctly, and I have the following findings:

  • Transmitter is on A, only flashes 4, 5. Receiver is on B, only flashes 5, 4.
  • Transmitter is on B, only flashes 5, 4. Receiver is on A, only flashes 4, 5.
  • On a separate Ethernet patch cable, the transmitter and receiver flash 1-8 in order. So I can rule out them being faulty.
  • The above results are from this tester I purchased. When I use another, cheaper tester, no numbers light up at all (the cheaper receiver lights up all numbers on a working Ethernet patch cable).

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They both look wired correctly to me, using the B configuration. Both have blue on 4 and blue-white on 5.

Would I need to re-do the wiring here? What signal does 4 and 5 carry?

I’m really confused because the other wires around the house connect correctly, and all look similarly wired.

Any advice is much appreciated.


I have 16 Ethernet ports around the house wired down to a patch panel by the router, connected to a switch. Four of these ports do not connect (ABCD). I have found that two of them connect to each other (A <-> B), and the other two to each other (C <-> D). So the electrician mis-wired them many years ago.

I tested this by using a wire continuity tester, plugging one end into one port (A). And then using the beeping end on B, and it would beep.

I would like to wire A <-> B correctly, as I can pass Ethernet to A, which would let me connect via B.

There are 16 Ethernet cables wired into the patch panel. But if four are wired to each other, I have no idea where 4 of these 16 patch panel cables go to. That’s for another weekend!

testing – Gitflow – Share release branch executable with tester before tagging it

There’s no need to wait until the end of the testing process to tag the release. Instead, tag each build in the release branch. You can use tag of the format {version}-{build} where build is an incrementing number for the release or {version}-{timestamp} is the timestamp of the version.

If you’re using Semantic Versioning, that specification provides specific information on pre-release versions being denoted by “appending a hyphen and a series of dot separated identifiers immediately following the patch version” and adding build metadata by “appending a plus sign and a series of dot separated identifiers immediately following the patch or pre-release version”.

During testing, you may encounter issues. You would merge these changes into the release branch. Depending on the issues, you may decide to bundle several of them into a single new release candidate. That means that you may have merges into the release branch that aren’t tagged. Whenever you are ready to put a new release candidate into testing, you can apply a new tag and do the build.

After testing is complete, you can either tag with just the version or you can keep track of which build was approved for release, merge it into your main branch, and move on. You can tag in either the release branch before the merge to main or the main branch after the merge.

Can’t get google mobile tester working, error 403


I’ve got the API key setup ok ( I hope…)

Trying to run the tool but getting errors, attaching image below.

Any idea why this is not working? 

I can send the API key to admin for testing if you guys are on this forum:

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Make sure you activate Both of the required apis. Google changed the required apis after the video I made, the updated process is :

Register – Google API Console
Create A Project
Enable PageSpeed Insights API
Google Search Console API
Add API To Project

(01-11-2021, 10:42 PM)loopline Wrote: Make sure you activate Both of the required apis.  Google changed the required apis after the video I made, the updated process is :

Register – Google API Console
Create A Project
Enable PageSpeed Insights API
Google Search Console API
Add API To Project


I tried to this:

Google Search Console API
Add API To Project

But it just keeps adding a ” PageSpeed Insights” key

How can I ad a “Google Search Console API” key, there are tons of options…

Oauth Client ID


Service Account
– And more options

No sure what to use, I’m on chat with Google, and I don’t know what to tell them Scrapebox is

Also for the

I got all these options, what to choose?

Web Broswer (Java)
Web Server (eg, node JS, Tomcat)
Chrome Application
Other UI (eg Windows, CLI Tool)
Other non-UI( eg cron jobs, Daemon)

What data will you be accessing?
Different credentials are required to authorize access depending on the type of data that you request.

User data
Access data belonging to a Google user, with their permission

Application data
Access data belonging to your own application

Its more like a web browser.

but ive not had anyone have issues really, you just need to do like in the video but make sure you have these 2 apis turned on

Enable PageSpeed Insights API
Google Search Console API

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Ok, got it working!

So can I check 1000’s of sites with this without proxies since I have API keys?

Is there a limit per tests, per 24 hours?


Ive never run into issues or limits, I suspect google auto throttles you. That said this is google we are talking about so the rules change as often as someone blinks their eyes.

Developer & Beta Tester | Forum promotion

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java – Possible test cases in the tester

I'm trying to write a human-readable tester for a working program.

There are four methods in the class Polynomial:: public Polynomial(int() coefficients), public int getDegree(), public int getCoefficient(int k), public long evaluate(int x).

Where coefficients is an invariable arrangement of elements that represent a polynomial. For example, the polynomial 6x ^ 3 + 4x + 3 would be represented by its coefficients as (3, 4, 0, 6). The method getDegree() determines the highest order term with a non-zero coefficient. For example, the degree in the previous example would be 3. getCoefficient(int k) Returns the coefficient of the element k. For example in the previous example if k = 2 The returned value is 0. The method evaluate(int x) evaluates the polynomial with the value of x. In the previous example, the value was returned if x = 2 would 59.

This is the tester I've written so far:

@Test public void testPolynomial()
        int () c1 = {0, 0, 0, 1};
        Polynomial p1 = new Polynomial(c1);
        c1(2) = 1;
        assertEquals("Degree error", 3, p1.getDegree());
        assertEquals("Polynomial must compute coefficients out of range", 0, p1.getCoefficient(-1)); 
        assertEquals("Polynomial must compute coefficients out of range", 0, p1.getCoefficient(4));
        assertEquals("Array is not immutable", 0, p1.getCoefficient(2));
        assertEquals("Coefficient error near boundary", 1, p1.getCoefficient(3)); 
        assertEquals("Coefficient error near boundary", 0, p1.getCoefficient(0));
        assertEquals("Coeffificent error", 0, p1.getCoefficient(1));
        assertEquals("Evaluation error", 0, p1.evaluate(0));
        assertEquals("Evaluation error of negative x", -27, p1.evaluate(-3));

        int() c2 = {-1, 0, 0, 0};
        Polynomial p2 = new Polynomial(c2);
        c2(2) = 4;
        assertEquals("Degree error", 0, p2.getDegree());
        assertEquals("Polynomial must compute coefficients out of range", 0, p2.getCoefficient(-1));
        assertEquals("Polynomial must compute coefficients out of range", 0, p2.getCoefficient(4));
        assertEquals("Array is not immutable", 0, p2.getCoefficient(2));
        assertEquals("Coefficient error near noundary", 0, p2.getCoefficient(3));
        assertEquals("Coefficient error near noundary", -1, p2.getCoefficient(0));
        assertEquals("Evaluation error", -1, p2.evaluate(0));
        assertEquals("Evaluation error of negative x", -1, p2.evaluate(-3));


Are there other test cases that anyone can think of that I could include in my tester or that I miss?