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Travis CI + GIT HUB + BEHAVE + PYTHON - What is the command to run behave scripts in .travis.yaml file. Pls give me few examples

I am using Behave automation tool with python and GitHUB and Travis. Could anyone please let me know how to run the behave scripts in .travis.yaml file. I tried many options for this specific setup ...
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Selecting a CPU or microcontroller needed for a given software application?

Say I had a software algorithm (for example, an FFT), and I need it to process (n) amounts of data in (t) milliseconds. This is a real-time task written in C. There are a lot of CPUs out there, and ...
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Entity validation in DDD

I am always curious how the validation is done for the following: Attribute/Property validation. Validating an entity as a whole. Validating entity composition.
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How to find resource id's on a file sharing site

I have found an api with a .aspx extension under the name resource.aspx, the only parameter which I can see associated with this app is an id parameter. The usage for the parameter is ...
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Controlling Video Camera (Output) programmatically

I've never dealt with video at all, so I'd like some general information about requirements to guide my research (I hope this is an appropriate forum for this and am open to suggestions) I wan't to ...
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Where in scrum methodology do you define the approach/concept for a certain task

We have a sprint planning every sprint which takes 2 hours. In this little time we discuss 10 user stories, write them down and estimate them. Very often after the estimation (during sprint) I ...
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Approach for querying an arbitrary set of user submitted fields and values in Spring application? Like a shopping site sidebar search?

I am working on a Spring Boot and Angular application which has a requirement to search based on any number of the available filters being applied to a list. For example, a user searches on 'Title' ...
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using source code for individual organization vs sharing source code outside organization

If an organization develops their own software internally (with no license agreement) but uses other software frameworks that are open source that we modified to those frameworks work for us ...
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Can a tree be used to create a stack?

I'm aware that linked lists, sets and arrays can be used to create stacks by themselves. The theory behind it is this linked-list: In some languages, a linked-list is substitutable for an array. ...
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java-gnome Builder: GtkSoureView invalid object type

I'm trying to use java-gnome with Glade but when I run it then Java write this error: Exception in thread "main" java.text.ParseException: Invalid object type „GtkSourceView“ on line 255 at ...
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Why aren't there more multi natural language programming languages? [on hold]

Are there any programming languages that are available and extendable in more than one natural language? For instance, an english version with a do..while loop, a Spanish version with a ...
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Determine difference of two lists

I'm wondering if someone could help me (or point me in the right direction) with a problem I am facing. I'm looking for an algorithm to compares two (unsorted) lists/arrays. Basically I want to ...
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What is missing in my (mis)understanding of OOP? [on hold]

As far as I currently understand Object Oriented Programming, every instance of any variable type is an Object. So, every distinct variable (data) type--such as int, bool, or string--is a different ...
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Relationship between REST APIs and Databases

I've been studying databases and rest APIs lately and I have a question about the relationship between the two. Imagine I have a database with three tables, STUDENTS, ENROLLED, and CLASSES. STUDENTS ...
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Using System.DirectoryServices to create account in IIS not worked [on hold]

I am using System.DirectoryServices namespace to creating user accounts. when I run my webapp in asp.net and in my system, then code worked good. But when I deploy my webapp in my IIS, this failed. I ...
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Can not redirect index.php file in codeigniter [on hold]

I have created a sub domain, while I've tried to load page from, showing the below error message. But my actual domain working fine.
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1answer
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Do I require an external server for my new mobile app? Only minimal text content to change within my app every couple of weeks

A very simple question, apologies if I offend. I am about to submit my new app to the App Store. It's very simple. The app generates a random motivational quote and displays it onscreen. I have a ...
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Can deployment diagrams have components in UML?

I have these two questions: Can deployment diagrams have components in UML? Can component diagrams have nodes in UML? I've seen many diagrams mixing diagrams elements and is making me confused.
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Splitting coding progress into meaningful commits without too much overhead

When working on a fix or a feature, I sometimes stumble over other tiny issues that can be improved on the fly in a matter of seconds. When I do them immediatly and then commit the finished ...
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Should the Payment server be a separate server? [on hold]

I am thinking of a web architecture for my project. My project is going to have a payment option. Should I keep the payment module within the same application project or should I make separate payment ...
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Stateless service classes and method decomposition

I like implementing service classes as stateless. However, I also like to decompose my logic into more, simple methods or functions. In some scenarios it seems like the two are somewhat against each ...
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Is there any value in asserting values prior to acting in unit tests?

Here's a silly psuedo-object to illustrate the point: public class Testing { public object MyUnderlyingObject = new object { Property = 44 }; public MyPropertyWrapper { get ...
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1answer
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Any reason to continue using plain strings in ES2015?

My current coding style is to use single-quoted strings as a default, and use backticked template literals whenever I need to concatenate a value into a string. But I'm now wondering what's the point ...
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I am done with half implementation of this problem but the last part that is linked list and hashtable implementation is difficult?Please help [on hold]

Inheritance and Datastructure Write a javascript code for the following problem. There will be a class called Animals, it will have two methods, 1. getAge() 2. ...
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1answer
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Respectable design pattern for making node modules flexible/testable?

I am looking to get some input from some more experienced testers than what I am. :) I am trying to make my node modules testable, allowing for dependency spying/stubbing/mocking without the need to ...
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Creating a Facebook plug-in using the Facebook API

As part of a project, my supervisor suggested to use the Facebook API to create a plug-in. I've done my share of research, but I can't find the information: The API seems to be a tool to embed ...
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51 views

Writing C# Class on ASP.NET Website [on hold]

I've created a website using ASP.Net on Visual Studio 2013, I want to add CMS(Content Management System) to the project with classes developed in C#. I started by changing the development platform ...
2
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1answer
80 views

Project structure: Where to put object factories

I am working on a C# programming project in Visual Studio. I have created various VS library projects inside the VS solution containing the various components of the solution. Without giving it too ...
2
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1answer
79 views

How to improve our source control process

Background: We are using agile project management and follow sprints to do development. We are using a single repository in bitbucket.org that uses mercurial. Repository is hosting 3-4 products. ...
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1answer
165 views

Is it possible to write a regex that does one search then uses its results to do another search?

I'm searching for strings matching the pattern [A-Z]\W*[0-9]+, so that in V-2345 35A235 Q252 the V-2345 and Q252 would match. In another list, I want to find equivalent items that fit the same ...
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How to update null value in MySQL boolean (tinyint) field instead of boolean value [on hold]

I want to update null value in MySQL boolean field through Hibernate which is initialized ones with boolean value.
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Can anyone guide how can I start to understand the source code of postgresql [on hold]

I have knowledge on C and C++ and I want to understand the source code of PostgreSQL. https://github.com/postgres/postgres So that I can contribute there can anyone guide me how or from where can I ...
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0answers
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Suggestions for Storing large collection of related words

I am trying to create a simple sentence generator that uses templates and a database of words. It will be a website where essentially a user could click a button to generate a sentence. For example: ...
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How should I express the complexity of two nested loops over different datasets in Big O notation?

I'm more or less teaching myself big O notation, so please forgive me if this is a duplicate of a question which applied to my question without me having the wisdom to realise it. For my own ...
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interfacing microcontroller 8051 with webser [on hold]

In my project am using a php script for retriving data from database.And i want to send this data to my microcontroller 8051.And also am using gprs. how can i do this data transfering from webserver?
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Finding register parameters for system calls

By consulting various scattered tutorials and books, I've been able to learn that the 64-bit Linux "exit" system call is 60, and the status value is moved to edi. Similarly, "write" has call number 1, ...
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Calculator console apps with C Language [on hold]

I want to write a program that perform a set of operation on string and calculates the results. Input: 5+3×(5×6)×8−5−+3+5×7+4÷8+6 Output: 758.5 This is the code that I could write..... #include ...
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1answer
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“Fuzzy” parsing in different languages

I have a bunch of plain-text like this: 1 MILE, PACE, PURSE $1,100. FILLIES & MARES N/W $541 L5 STARTS AE N/A $301 L5 & N/A $60 PS IN 2015-16 DRAW INSIDE ...
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Connecting directly to another computer knowing only the MAC address?

From my understanding, ARP translates an IP address into a MAC address, and then the computer uses the MAC address to establish a direct connection. If I already know the MAC address of the computer ...
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Visual interpolations: independent or linked to object?

I have a class that I use to render GUI elements on the screen, this class has a tree structure (with children, parent, and siblings). I created an additional class which allows me to interpolate some ...
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Should/can a web crawler be a separate microservice?

I've never built anything using microservices and all the articles I can find are not very practical. I'm building a web application that relies on a web crawler to scrape data into a database, a ...
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Implementing a one way web request/response in .NET

What is the better way to implement a request/response in .NET when dealing with just getting an xml web resource for the external source and process it to your system? By the way, to access this xml ...
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How do you write tests for a coding interview, without a testing framework? [on hold]

Usually at the places I have worked they use some sort of a testing framework like JUnit or TestNG to write unit tests. They also usually wire up dependencies using some framework like Spring. I have ...
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When and why would you extract an abstract method from an abstract class to an interface?

I have been asked the following question in an interview: "What is the need of an interface when you can have an abstract method within an abstract class?" Which I did not know the answer to. Could ...
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Can Bower be replaced by NPM?

Bower has this ability to resolve shared dependencies versions with a common version. This was not possible with npm v2 but this feature will be available with npm v3 as described in the npm v3 docs. ...
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2answers
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Is providing a user login a functional requirement of a system?

Is providing a user login a non functional requirement? Since this is concerned with security which is a non functional requirement, I feel that providing a user login is also non functional but ...
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Is synchronously inspecting a promise an anti-pattern?

ES6 native promises do not allow you to synchronously check if they're resolved/pending/failed or to extract their value. I sometimes need this functionality and thus I have to code it manually. Is ...
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Is denormalising a data structure essentially a code optimisation, to which the normal rules apply?

One of Bloch's Effective Java items 55: Optimize judiciously extends Jackson's rules on optimization: Rule no. 1: Don't optimise! Rule no. 2 (for experts): Don't optimise yet! Extra ...
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Question on password hashing security

I'm about to add some user account and password functionality to my software, so I'm reading about password hashing. So my understanding is Hashing is a one way function, and it works like this: ...
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how to calculate directional latitude,longitude from own Position [on hold]

I am making an AR application in Unity in which I need to find/calculate the coordinates(Latitude , Longitude) of the place/direction which the device camera is facing Using device own Coordinates. Is ...

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