If you are using Drupal 7.x and Testing 2.x, there's something new in module.info file:
You need to add this into module.info and clear the cache. Then your testing code will appear in the testing list.
I'm working behind a huge firewall, probably the lagest in the world
So suddenly my subversion repo on unfuddle isn't working, I have to use subversion through a http proxy, here's how I did it.
open ~/.subversion/servers, find the [global] section in the end, and add the proxy connfiguration:
While reading an article by Makeuseof.com: http://www.makeuseof.com/tag/14-youtube-playlists-watch-learn-computer-p...
I decide to take a quick python training since I never learn python seriously before.
It's a bit troublesome to watch the video from China through the firewall, so I downloaded it from the server with a command line utility called youtube-dl
youtube-dl -q -t http://www.youtube.com/user/thenewboston#grid/user/EA1FEF17E1E5C0DA
I needed a good way to display all kinds of source code in my site, and during my research I found a module called GeSHI Filter, which was exactly what I was looking for.
This module integrates the PHP library GeSHI (Generic Syntax Highlighter) into Drupal. Here's the step to install it onto drupal:.
I'm developing a php project locally and need to upload files onto a ftp server. There are many folders and I'd rather to sync instead of re-upload everything each time. So apache ant provides a ftp task to just do that