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winzig /
Created May 8, 2018 04:35
A bash script to help you clone an AWS CloudSearch domain
# Usage: cloudsearch-clone-domain <domain> <newdomain>
# After you run this script, you'll have a file named define-fields-<newdomain>.sh, which
# you can run to re-create all the fields from the cloned domain. If you haven't yet created
# the new CS domain, then run `aws cloudsearch create-domain --domain-name <newdomain>` before
# running the define-fields script that is produced by this script.
die () {
winzig / ClientIP.cs
Last active June 26, 2021 17:54
If you're using a load balancer that obscures the remote client's true IP address, you can run this IHttpModule to take the first IP address from the X-Forwarded-For header, and overwrite the REMOTE_ADDR and REMOTE_HOST server variables. (We tried to use the URL Rewrite module that everyone normally recommends to do this, but it's buggy.)
using System;
using System.Web;
using System.Text.RegularExpressions;
namespace HttpModules
/// <summary>
/// This module handles complications from our load balancer configuration not properly passing the client's true IP
/// address to our code via the REMOTE_ADDR and REMOTE_HOST variables. We tried to use URL Rewrite to compensate for
/// this, but it does not run when default documents are being accessed (a longstanding bug).
winzig / Alamofire+UIImage.swift
Last active August 11, 2016 07:53
Ray Wenderlich's UIImage serializer for Alamofire, updated for Alamofire 3.0 and Swift 2
extension Alamofire.Request {
/** Response serializer for images from: */
public static func imageResponseSerializer() -> ResponseSerializer<UIImage, NSError> {
return ResponseSerializer { request, response, data, error in
guard let validData = data else {
let failureReason = "Data could not be serialized. Input data was nil."
let error = Error.errorWithCode(.DataSerializationFailed, failureReason: failureReason)
return .Failure(error)
winzig / Liberal Regex Pattern for URLs
Last active May 4, 2022 05:44 — forked from gruber/Liberal Regex Pattern for Web URLs
Updated @gruber's regex with a modified version that looks for 2-13 letters rather than trying to look for specific TLDs, and many other improvements. (UPDATE 2018-07-30: Support for IPv4 addresses, bare hostnames, naked domains, xn-- internationalized domains, and more... see comments for BREAKING CHANGE.)
# Single-line version:
# Commented multi-line version:
(https?:\/{1,3})? # Capture $1: (optional) URL scheme, colon, and slashes
( # Capture $2: Entire matched URL (other than optional protocol://)