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Git filter-branch --index-filter re-apply “clean” filter
by Jérôme in Network & Servers

Git's clean and smudge filters can be used to store a different representation in the repository than is in the working tree. To apply a clean filter retroactively, I can run


git filter-branch --tree-filter /the/script.sh -- --all

where the script touches those files that need to be re-cleaned. Unfortunately, this is rat


Is there a downside to using “.filter().filter().filter()…” in Django?
by Estonia in Web Design

Are the following two calls resolved to the equivalent SQL query in Django?


Chaining multiple calls


Model.objects
.filter(arg1=foo)
.filter(arg2=bar)
...

Wrapping all the args together:


Model.objects
.filter(arg1=foo, arg2=bar)

I'd like code to be readable (there are MANY more filter call


filter-branch --index-filter always failing with “fatal: bad source”
by Derek in Development Tools & Services

So, I am trying to rename a folder in my repository using git filter-branch --index-filter, but I always end up with a "fatal: bad source" error.


The problem is easily demonstrated on a test repository using a file instead of a folder.


Preparation:


$ git init
$ echo whatever >> my_file.txt
$ git add .
$ git commit -m "init

git-filter-branch with --index-filter : strange bash error ( ! : event not found)
by Serbia in Network & Servers

I am using the answer to this question to strip a clone of a repository to a list of files I want to keep in a spin off of this project. Say I want to strip all but directory src/main and its sub-directories. Because I will have multiple files and directories, I use --index-filter instead of --subdirectory-filter.


I thought the following should


PerformancePoint Dashboard Designer Error when creating a Filter - No Filter Data Retrieved
by Pennsylvania in Software

I'm attempting to create a filter using PerformancePoint's Dashboard Designer. After going through the wizard, however, the "Confirmation" page displays the following message:


No filter data retrieved



Warning 1: Filter was created but no
data was retrieved. To resolve the
problme, follow the step(s) below.
1. Verify that the data source f


$(“article”).filter*(while).each(repeat_me) - loop while filter matches
by JustinDSN in Programming Languages

I'd like to have a custom function repeatedly called as long as a custom filter function matches.


use case:


// filter
function overflow() {
return this.clientHeight < this.scrollHeight;
}
// apply
$("article").filter(overflow).css_calc({fontSize: -1});

Is there a generic way in jQuery to call the subsequent functio


Creating a Custom Web Part Filter that Sends Data to a PerformancePoint Filter
by 007ELmO in Programming Languages

I'm using Sharepoint 2010 and PerformancePoint, programming my webparts in C#.


I am trying to create a web part that will allow me to send a plaintext (with a text box), filter value to an already existing PerformancePoint filter that gets its data from a Cube. The performancepoint filters are able to send and receive data from other PerformancePoint filters, so I want to implement


Jquery DataTables FIlter Plug in - How to populate filter dynamically getting data from the DB
by artvscommerce in Programming Languages

I downloaded the Jquery Data Table and the Jquery DataTable.Filter Plugin.


Here is the code i am working on.


var oTable = $('#myDataTable').dataTable({
"bServerSide": true,
"sAjaxSource": "/User/DataProviderAction",
"bJQueryUI": true
});
oTable.columnFilter({ sPlaceHolder: "head:before",
aoColumns:

Am I correctly implementing this basic low pass filter (Phrogz's filter!) in Java?
by ugufugu in Java

I have a basic wave generator in java but I need something to remove the clicks I get from when the amplitude of a wave changes sharply. Namely when I start/stop playing a wave, especially if I have a beeping tone.


Phrogz's answer on SO gave a really nice and simple function, but I'm not sure I'm implementing it right.


When I first tried to use it, I couldn't get it to w


JQuery JqGrid: How to filter grid without using local and calling server to filter
by Puffnstuff in Programming Languages

I have a JqGrid that's populated by a server-side Spring-powered data. I don't use local property in my JqGrid. Whenever I search, it calls the server-side to call the specified url in the JqGrid configuration. That's good.


But what if I just want to filter out the existing data that the grid is showing? Assuming the grid is showing 50 records (let's ignore paging or hypothetically


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