Axis2 has a rather convoluted architecture and getting access to raw SOAP messages flying in and out is difficult, especially if they travel via HTTPS. Fortunately, WasJavaGuy has found an API path to it.
We are happy to announce that our little scriplet anyhting-ack.el is released. It extends Emacs’ popular Anything package to use Ack search tool and is based on two existing pieces of code: ack.el and anything-grep.el by Philip Jackson and rubykitch , respectively. The scriplet is released under GNU General Public License.
It’s a common database administration task, but it’s somehow not that easy with any database I worked with. For Postgres, here are three examples
Let’s say your database grows big and you need to add additional storage. You can engage in a re-partitioning project using a backup/restore strategy, but the simplest thing to do is to start with moving indices. Here is the script to do that:
In order to create a key-stroke that clones a line of text in Emacs, put this in your .emacs file:
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