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alokmishra / gist:835276
Created Feb 19, 2011 — forked from anonymous/gist:156623
deploy with gunicorn django fabric git
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"""
This fabric file makes setting up and deploying a django application much
easier, but it does make a few assumptions. Namely that you're using Git,
Apache and mod_wsgi and your using Debian or Ubuntu. Also you should have
Django installed on your local machine and SSH installed on both the local
machine and any servers you want to deploy to.
_note that I've used the name project_name throughout this example. Replace
this with whatever your project is called._
View gist:1ba07f8b3ce7ed4d68dec9aaa1a62ce0
graph LR
A(Appointment) --> B(Charge card)
B --> C{Success}
C -->|Yes| D[Gen invoice no]
C -->|No| E[Log failed payment]
D--> F(Create record in table, status=paid)
M(Chat) --> N(Chat complete)
N--> O(Charge Card)
O --> P{Success}
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alokmishra / check_singapore_nric_validity.py
Last active Dec 15, 2021
Check validity of Singapore NRIC number
View check_singapore_nric_validity.py
""" This module has utility methods related to Singapore NRIC number"""
def check_nric_sg(nric):
""" check if a nric is valid or not"""
list_m = [2, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2]
list_st = list('JZIHGFEDCBA')
list_fg = list('XWUTRQPNMLK')
if len(nric) != 9:
return False