After playing around with my MySQL configuration file in my docker container, MySQL was throwing a weird error, and was failing to start.
One of my colleagues was facing an issue with git, trying to add a remote to the git repo.
If you run OS X, you’ve probably encountered some frustration with Apple’s launchctl command line options when starting, stopping, and restarting your launchd daemons. Whereas most things Apple are minimalist, launchctl options are quite verbose.
I was recently working on a project that was’nt maintained for some time and the test cases were failing too. I started upgrading the application to the latest version and some of the test cases were still failing. Looking deeper into the logs I could find that I was getting...
Recently I was working on a Rails 1.1.2 application which used Ruby version 1.8.6. I was trying to make the application work on Ruby 1.8.7, but I found that my 1.1.2 application developed in ruby 1.8.6 are not working in ruby 1.8.7.