Python 3, Tkinter & Windows 10

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Python 2.7.12, 3.4 and 3.5 are installed on my Windows 10 computer. Running a test of tkinter in 2.7 works, but the test in either version of Python 3 throws errors: in Python run import tkinter;tkinter._test() _tkinter.TclError: Can’t find a … Read More

tpg-get-posts Patch 3.3.1

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In release 3.3.0, I added the textdomain to support translations. This is all new to me and I expected there would be some rough places, but missed a pathing error on the first pass. This has been corrected with 3.3.1.

tpg-get-posts Update

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Version 3.3 of tpg-get-posts has been released. The changes in this release are in the base product and not the the extension. Several releases ago the base plugin and extension were ‘decoupled’, so the release numbers will not always match. … Read More

Video

posted in: Mag Layout | 0

show a video with Jetpack youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WrmUy3YUIYY [youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WrmUy3YUIYY] —————————————————– show a video – using built-in embedded functionality http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WrmUy3YUIYY  

tpg_get_posts Version 3 Released

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Release 3 has been pushed to the WordPress plugin library. This release changes some basic behaviour with thumbnails in addition to adding several premium options. Before reviewing the options, please note: The default behaviour for thumbnails in this release is … Read More

Get Posts Ver 3.0

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By the end of August, version 3.0 of tpg_get_posts will be released. With this release, there may be some backwards compatibility issues, so the changes are listed here. This will be updated as testing reveals more.

YII under Fedora with SELinux

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Running YII (release 1) under Fedora with SELinux required some adjustments to eliminate runtime errors and prevent the throwing of warnings. I have documented them here.

MySQL and Server Side Cursors

posted in: Linux, Software, Windows | 0

Common wisdom says “MySQL does not support server side cursors”. I searched and did not find anything that indicated this was old information (read on). After a lot of unsuccessful work to get MySQL to handle cursors with 1 million … Read More