Want to create a Gist from your editor, the command line, or the Services menu? Here's how.
|from twisted.web import http|
|from twisted.internet import protocol, reactor|
|from twisted.internet.error import CannotListenError, ConnectError|
|from twisted.internet.interfaces import IReactorTCP|
|from zope.interface import implements|
|from twisted.python import log|
|## Please set the ROOT to the folder your nxlog was installed into,|
|## otherwise it will not start.|
|#define ROOT C:\Program Files\nxlog|
|define ROOT C:\Program Files (x86)\nxlog|
|define ROOT_STRING C:\Program Files (x86)\\nxlog|
<!- .... -> <log4net> <appender name="RollingLogFileAppenderLogstash" type="log4net.Appender.RollingFileAppender"> <encoding value="utf-8" /> <!--该目录必需有 IIS用户 写权限--> <file value="X:/var/log/[app_name]/logfile.log" /> <appendToFile value="true" /> <rollingStyle value="Date" /> <lockingModel type="log4net.Appender.FileAppender+MinimalLock" />
If you are adventurous, here the process to have Hipchat working in your favourite IRC client:
First, you need to install the IRSSI XMPP plugin. You can find this package in your distribution, but I advice you to use the latest version possible if you don't want this segfault errors everywhere: http://gna.org/bugs/?20487
The first version released after the patch fix is the 0.52-2 that you can download here: https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/+archive/primary/+files/irssi-plugin-xmpp_0.52-2_amd64.deb (No dependencies so it should work in any Debian distributions)
Once it's done. You have to configure IRSSI. Either via command line, either manually in the ~/.irssi/config file. I followed this thread: http://cybione.org/lists/irssi-xmpp-list/msg00339.html and it was pretty successful.
You can find your XMPP access on your HipChat account on this page: https://boxuk.hipchat.com/account/xmpp. Everything has a XMPP account id. Even the Rooms name. So you have to use these instead of the real names for your I
@classam hey dude, we spoke yesterday about things I should know for developing... Any resources that are helpful for learning?
Hey, Stuart. Lots of resources. So many resources that I could talk for days about them. So I'm going to:
I got started with PHP - and a book called "Web Applications with PHP and MySQL" which is now starting to seriously show its age ( http://shop.oreilly.com/product/9780596005436.do ) - because deploying a PHP application is very, very easy. I'm not sure if I necessarily recommend it, because PHP is a total shit-show of a language, but it's an introduction to PHP, an introduction to MySQL, an introduction to getting those things to work together... a good way to get to the point where you can call yourself a web developer very quickly.
Get comfortable with the Linux command line. If you're in for a long read about user interfaces, command lines, Linux, and Windows, unpack and absorb this thing: http://www.cryptonomicon.com/beginning.html - but the extreme tl;dr of that