View HomeController.cs
public class HomeController : Controller
public async Task<string> RenderViewComponent(string viewComponent, object args)
var sp = HttpContext.RequestServices;
var helper = new DefaultViewComponentHelper(
View makepkg.patch
diff --git a/usr/bin/makepkg b/usr/bin/makepkg.asroot
index 3b30e12..ba23634 100755
--- a/usr/bin/makepkg
+++ b/usr/bin/makepkg.asroot
@@ -223,13 +223,6 @@ run_pacman() {
cmd=("$PACMAN_PATH" "$@")
- if [[ $1 != -@(T|Qq|Q) ]]; then
- if type -p sudo >/dev/null; then
View docker-image-store.go
package main
import (
_ ""
View arch-install
set -e
parted -s /dev/sda \
mklabel gpt \
mkpart primary 1MiB 2GiB \
mkpart primary 2GiB 40GiB \
mkfs.fat /dev/sda1
View gist:aa2ea7be346cd072097dcaed94b30253
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* I am pauldotknopf on github.
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* I have a public key ASA_G--R5V-ybNvbkNnNLpJgzLMAfGaB4qfQkSPL8P18rgo
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View gist:63a6b93bf84773bd99ac

This is with version 3.9r2 (latest version)

I am having trouble creating a managed bootstrap installer. I followed the instructions I could find, and even referenced how you guys did it in your official wix installer exe.

The quick and dirty exception is coming from "src\ext\BalExtension\mba\host\host.cpp" on line 510.

hr = pAppFactory->Create(pEngine, pCommand, ppApplication);
ExitOnFailure(hr, "Failed to create the bootstrapper application.");
View 0_reuse_code.js
// Use Gists to store code you would like to remember later on
console.log(window); // log the "window" object to the console
View gist:8830397
#include "stdafx.h"
#include "FFMpegHelper.h"
#include "get_extradata.h"
#include <iostream>
View gist:8830358
#pragma once
extern "C"
#include <libavcodec\avcodec.h>
#include <libavformat\avformat.h>
View gist:4049602
class Program
static void Main(string[] args)
using(new MongoScope("9999"))
const string connectionString = "mongodb://localhost:9999/?safe=true";
var server = MongoServer.Create(connectionString);
var blog = server.GetDatabase("blog");
var posts = blog.GetCollection<Post>("posts");