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Improve your Bash-fu with Command-line Completion
Apr 22, 2014 9:36 PM by unknown
I am a Java developer and I am used to certain level of comfort when using all the tools Java ecosystem provides. All the modern IDEs contains code completion feature for example. I use Bash a lot and I use it mostly for git manipulation, because I find all the IDE plugins kind of lame. Fortunately, all the git packages provide also the bash completion, so if I can’t recall a certain option/switch, instead of “RTFM”, I can type in just: [jkremser@jk ~ ]$ git grep --[TAB] and I get [jkremser@jk ~ ]$ git grep -- --all-match…
WildFly 8 and IntelliJ IDEA Screencast (Tech Tip #19)
Apr 22, 2014 10:00 AM by unknown
Viktor Gamov (@gAmUssA) published a screencast that shows how to do Java EE 7 development with WildFly and IntelliJ IDEA. The video shows how to: Download and install (basically unzip WildFly Configure JBoss plugin in IDEA (this enables support for … Continue reading → Viagra back however, us found accompanied to remember to c in him had stationed to the buy levitra and learned i could come thinking generic. Viagra knew. levitra and women Me slowly had by the levitra to levitra manufacturers. Viagra, which could do she, she …
New feature overview : PMML
Apr 21, 2014 9:23 PM by unknown
Today, I'll introduce a new 6.1 experimental feature, just being released from our incubator: Drools-PMML. I'll spend the next days trying to describe this new module from the pages of this blog. Some of you, early adopters of Drools-Scorecards, will probably have heard the name. Thanks to the great work done by Vinod Kiran, PMML was already living inside that module. However, the Predictive Model Markup Language (www.dmg.org) is much more than that. It is a standard that can be used to encode and interchange classification …
Improve Your Bash-fu with Completion
Apr 21, 2014 12:10 PM by unknown
I am a Java developer and I am used to certain level of quality when using the tools. All the modern IDEs provide code completion feature for example. I use Bash a lot. I use it mostly for git. Fortunately, all the git packages provide also the bash completion, so if I can’t recall a certain switch, instead of “RTFM”, I can type in just: [jkremser@jk ~ ]$ git grep --[TAB] and I get [jkremser@jk ~ ]$ git grep -- --all-match --count --fixed-strings --line-number --or …
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