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Posts made by Kuro
RE: List of non-spam users with a photo of a woman as their avatar posted in Meta
RE: Deploying in 2017
How often does it need to be deployed and how long would it take to deploy by hand?
Hell if I know. This is not my decision. As I said, I usually just drop some files in a folder and run them on install time. But that is not automatic enough right now.
Is this on company hardware, some cloud provider, remote on-site installs, or a combination?
I'd say combination? It shouldn't really matter, though, right? Installing your own things on a system is pretty much always the same afaict
A well-written step-by-step guide might be better than a cobbled-together script.
Been there done that. I did drop that next to the files to run on install until now.
Can you version everything? I don't recall pypi so well from that one time I read about Python, I hope it allows you to point to a given version?
yeah, pretty sure setuptools can do that. I know pip can load extensions by versioning (so just copying pip freeze into a file and loading that)
To everybody else. Thank you for your suggestions.
I'll probably have a look at some of the suggested things during worktime throughout the week.
Filed Under: :thanks:
Deploying in 2017
So at work I have to manage multiple projects. That alone is pretty nifty especially since my professional experience is pretty limited.
Now those projects are supposed to go on different servers every once in a while.
So far I have written my own bash / python scripts contained in a Setup-folder to make that work.
Now my bossman is asking me to look into making deployment of the projects simpler.
As far as I can tell all deployment goes to Linux Systems. Though I can't promise that that's going to stay that way
My boss suggested Docker but since he chose MongoDB already I feel like getting a second opinion
Here is what I need:
- Needs to be able to install a database if such a thing doesn't exist
- Needs to move some files into different folders
- Would be great if it created services for me
- Should probably download python requirements. Though I can use pythons setuptools for that, I guess.
- syslinks or whatever would be great
Is there something out there that fits these requirements and doesn't require a masters degree in advanced phsyics to be used?
Thanks in advance
RE: Bad games you like
But only the first
For one, you can easily go out of bounds and do fun things. But the game doesn't advertise that at all. So many people play in bounds the entire time and miss out. Clearly an oversight by the devs.
Second: There are like 3 different attack moves... but the fastest way is to simply repeat the first strike over and over again in a fast fashion.
Third: It has quite a few subweapons but the sword is the strongest
Fourth: It's Zelda for people who don't own any Nintendo console.
I leave it to the reader to figure out what I like in that list and what is bad.
Filed Under: Though maybe I am just playing it badly