package tv.xrm.test;
import com.fasterxml.jackson.core.type.TypeReference;
import com.fasterxml.jackson.databind.ObjectMapper;
import java.util.*;
public class JacksonStreamingBindingTest {
View two-main-jars-pom.xml
curl -XGET 'http://localhost:9200/'
# "status" : 200,
# "name" : "Spider-Man",
# "version" : {
# "number" : "1.3.2",
# "build_hash" : "dee175dbe2f254f3f26992f5d7591939aaefd12f",
# "build_timestamp" : "2014-08-13T14:29:30Z",
# "build_snapshot" : false,
# "lucene_version" : "4.9"
""" Finding commits by SHA-1 hash on Github. This is a simple
brute-force search for a specific usecase: you assume that the commit is
within all repos forked from a certain root repo within the past n days.
This may result in many calls to the GitHub API, which in turn may result
in GitHub's rate limiter kicking in and forcing you to take a break. You
have been warned.
Built with Python 3.4 and 0.9.4.
View counters.cql
-- creating and using a Cassandra counter column in CQL
-- NOTE: this is CQL 2.0 syntax, it will NOT work with CQL 3 (for syntax reasons and because CQL 3.0 drops the very notion of dynamic columns...sigh)
CREATE KEYSPACE test WITH strategy_class = 'SimpleStrategy'
AND strategy_options:replication_factor = '1';
USE test;
CREATE TABLE stats (KEY text PRIMARY KEY) WITH comparator=text AND default_validation=counter;
View varnishncsa-request-time-vs-master.patch
diff --git a/bin/varnishncsa/varnishncsa.c b/bin/varnishncsa/varnishncsa.c
index 0b039b6..10664c7 100644
--- a/bin/varnishncsa/varnishncsa.c
+++ b/bin/varnishncsa/varnishncsa.c
@@ -39,6 +39,7 @@
* %l Client user ID as reported by identd (always "-")
* %u User ID if using HTTP authentication, or "-"
* %t Date and time of request
+ * %D time from beginning to completion of request
* %r Request line
View wars-dist.xml
<assembly xmlns=""
<!-- A Maven assembly plugin descriptor to bundle all WAR dependencies into a zip file, including local
resource files. This is useful when you don't use EARs, but still want to package several web applications
into one big archive, plus any additional stuff (e.g. configuration files) needed for deployment. -->
#!/usr/bin/env python
import paramiko
import sys
import os
client = paramiko.SSHClient()
config = paramiko.SSHConfig()
#!/usr/bin/env python
Pull all the Mercurial repos listed in the TortoiseHg registry, in parallel.
Convenient if you're tracking lots of repositories.
from __future__ import print_function
import subprocess
View asset_template.json
"asset_template": {
"template": "*",
"settings": {
"analysis": {
"filter": {
"metaphone_filter": {
"replace": false,
"encoder": "doublemetaphone",
"type": "phonetic"