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SitePoint PHP Drupal: Your First Drupal 8 Migration

Planet Drupal - Wed, 09/03/2016 - 18:00

Migrate is one of the most established modules in the Drupal ecosystem. So much so that with Drupal 8, a decision has been made to get some of its functionality ported and added to Drupal core. An important reason was that the traditional upgrade between major releases was replaced with a migration of Drupal 6 […]

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Promet Source: Let It RIDE, Or How to Setup and Run Test Cases in Robot Framework

Planet Drupal - Wed, 09/03/2016 - 16:37

 

Step 1: Install Python Some Packages
 

sudo apt-get install build-essential

 

sudo apt-get install libreadline-gplv2-dev libncursesw5-dev libssl-dev libsqlite3-dev tk-dev libgdbm-dev libc6-dev libbz2-dev

 

Step 2: Install Python pip

sudo apt-get install -y python-pip

 

Step 3: Install Robotramework

sudo pip install robotframework

 

Step 4: Install wxPython (RIDE dependency)

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Michal Čihař: Nostalgy

Planet Debian - Wed, 09/03/2016 - 12:00

Sometimes you don't realize how does the time go until something reminds it to you. For me it when I've received some stuff from Marc, long term admin of the phpMyAdmin project. He had decided to leave some time ago and yesterday I've just received stuff he had collected at home including several awards.

Looking at the awards is sometimes funny. For example in 2008 we got "Most Likely to Be the Next $1B Acquisition" :-).

Anyway this all reminded me that I've been around phpMyAdmin for almost 15 years now (my first contribution seems to be from 14th May 2001) and that's quite some time.

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Guido Günther: Contatacs, CardDAV, Calypso and the N900

Planet Debian - Wed, 09/03/2016 - 08:38

As a follow up to calendar synchronisation with calypso, syncevolution and the N900 running maemo I finally added contacts to the mix:

on the phone

When you have the calendar sync already running it's as simple as:

First start ssh on the n900 to ease typing:

apt-get install dropbear echo /bin/sh >> /etc/shells cd /etc/dropbear && ./run

SSH into the phone and configure contacts synchronization:

cat <<EOF > ~/.config/syncevolution/webdav/sources/addressbook/config.ini backend = CardDAV database = https://carddav.example.com/contacts/username EOF

And perform the initial sync:

syncevolution --sync slow webdav addressbook

From there on you can sync contacts and calendars in one go with:

syncevoluton webdav

Looking at the calypso logs on the server it seems that syncevoluton does not always generate an FN entry and so the card gets skipped. This doesn't harm the overall sync, but I need to have a look how to fix this.

on the laptop

In order to use the contacts im mutt there's pycarddav packaged in Debian. This is basically following upstreams documentation.

sudo apt-get install pycarddav mkdir -p ~/.config/pycard cp /usr/share/doc/pycarddav/examples/pycard.conf.sample ~/.config/pycard/pycard.conf # Edit file as needed cat ~/.config/pycard/pycard.conf [Account username] user: username resource: https://carddav.example.com/ write_support = YesPleaseIDoHaveABackupOfMyData [query] where: vcard [sqlite] [default] debug: False

To use the entries in mutt add the just extend your .muttrc:

cat <<EOF >>~/.muttrc set query_command="pc_query -m %s" macro index,pager B "<pipe-message>pycard-import<enter>" "add sender address to pycardsyncer" EOF

This allows you to query contacts using Q and add new conatcs with CTRL-B in mutt's index and pager.

Calypso Changes

We recently moved calypso's git repository to alioth and started to merge several out of tree patches. More will happen during this years Debian Groupware Meeting including a new upload to Debian.

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