… remember that some programs have a list of recently opened files. And that some of those programs try to resolve the path to each of those files. And if the path to some of those files is on a network share, and said network share doesn’t exist sometimes, then your IDE will be very slow. So, clear the recently opened files list.
I’ve been working on getting a mapnik server up and running and tweaked the way I want. Here are some useful things I learned.
Showing logs for renderd
tail -f /var/log/syslog | grep renderd
Restarting the renderd process
This is the default maps view file. You need to edit it to change the server address from localhost to (for example) your external IP, so you can view the maps over network.
This is where you can find configuration XML files
This is the config file that lists the shape files in use
This is where the shape file data is stored
Clear all cached tiles
rm -Rf /var/lib/mod_tile/default
Every time I need to check out the last revision, I have to Google it. Here is how to check out the rev you want.
svn up -r 1000
First impressions, Laravel is interesting. After working with it for a half-dozen hours, I can say that it seems to be simple enough. It’s structured and organized fairly well, and feels like it would work the way I want it to.
That being said, I’m trying to do a simple thing, and am spending too much time digging in the weeds.
Auth::attempt() is supposed to authenticate a user and then store a successful auth in your session.
This does not work.
So now, I’ve turned to my favourite site, StackOverflow: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/18162351/laravel-4-stock-auth-login-wont-persist-across-pages
A guy named JR posted this nifty piece of code to help color CLI output in bash from PHP scripts