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  • Howto fix "Failed to fetch http://xxx_i386.deb Size mismatch" — BubbleNet - Plone and Zope services in Belgium
    i386 deb Size mismatch Info Howto fix Failed to fetch http xxx i386 deb Size mismatch Filed under ubuntu linux When installing a package with apt get install I get the message hereabove Note to self While trying to install a package on Ubuntu with apt get install I got the following error Failed to fetch http xxx i386 deb Size mismatch To fix the problem I had to enter

    Original URL path: http://bubblenet.be/blog/howto-fix-failed-to-fetch-http-xxx_i386.deb-size-mismatch (2016-05-02)
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  • BubbleNet - Plone and Zope services in Belgium
    are here Home Info Did you not find what you were looking for Try the Advanced Search to refine your search Search results 0 items matching your search terms Subscribe to an always updated feed of these search terms No

    Original URL path: http://bubblenet.be/search (2016-05-02)
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  • BubbleNet - Plone and Zope services in Belgium
    site owners Name Please enter your full name E Mail Required Please enter your e mail address Subject Required Message Required Please enter the message you want to send News Products PTProfiler 1 5 Zope 2 13 compatible release Oct 30 2015 Purging some CMFEditions versions Feb 23 2015 Control setuptools version installed by buildout bootstrap Dec 15 2014 Minimal python logging module setup Aug 27 2013 Howto fix Failed

    Original URL path: http://bubblenet.be/contact-info (2016-05-02)
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  • z3c.recipe.staticlxml 0.9 fixes "undefined symbol: clock_gettime" — BubbleNet - Plone and Zope services in Belgium
    undefined symbol clock gettime Filed under python plone Latest release of gcc does not compile lxml properly without LDFLAGS New release of z3c recipe staticlxml fixes the issue With recent gcc lxml compilation fails to include clock gettime which leads to errors like ImportError lxml etree so undefined symbol clock gettime Steve MacMahon did fix the issue of lxml compilation in Plone Unified Installer I just ported his fix to

    Original URL path: http://bubblenet.be/blog/z3c.recipe.staticlxml-0.9-fixes-undefined-symbol-clock_gettime (2016-05-02)
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  • Use gdb with Zope (or Python) — BubbleNet - Plone and Zope services in Belgium
    need to use gdb that we had never used before We searched for start zope with gdb and found an old article on old zope org Debug a spinning Zope This article explain very well of to use gdb to debug this type of problem It was very easy to follow step by step Content is copied hereunder It allowed us to confirm that Zope was actually spinning in re search iow in a C extension Spinning is when a request causes a running Zope to consume all available CPU indefinitely This is usually caused by some kind of infinite loop or deadlock and is painful to debug Under Linux at least I ve been able to use gdb to solve one spinning problem I ve only tried this on a Mandrake 8 1 Linux installation with a multi threaded zdaemoned Zope 2 5 1 running under Python 2 1 3 I have no experience debugging any other configuration this way Attach to Zope with the Gnu Debugger Don t know how to use gdb Neither do I but I was able to muddle through Look in your var Z2 pid file and get the second pid listed there Run gdb with the name of your python executable For example with Python 2 1 3 I ran gdb python2 1 At the gdb prompt type attach pid using the pid you found earlier If all goes well you should have to page through several screens worth of Reading symbols spew Hit return until it s done Find the spinning thread Type info threads at the gdb prompt Unless your Zope is very busy most of the threads should be in sigsuspend poll or select You should be able to spot the troublemaker here Failing that check top for the pid

    Original URL path: http://bubblenet.be/blog/use-gdb-with-zope (2016-05-02)
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  • Let's get rid of z3c.autoinclude — BubbleNet - Plone and Zope services in Belgium
    and explicit That package depends on another package named nasty and implicit that relies on z3c autoinclude to include its dependencies When setting up tests for clean and explicit loading its own configure zcml should be enough to ensure all ZCML dependencies are included Its configure zcml should only include its direct dependencies include package nasty an implicit Unfortunately because nasty and implicit relies on auto inclusion of its ZCML dependencies clean and explicit needs to explicitely include them in its testing zcml include package nasty and implicit include package nasty and implicit dependency one include package nasty and implicit dependency two This is needed because plone app testing does not rely on z3c autoinclude to load ZCML This is a good design decision as z3c autoinclude would load useless ZCML in a lot of cases Further the inclusion of those dependencies is really dirty if later nasty and implicit does not need them anymore clean and explicit will still refer to them Today I have been bitten by another side effect of z3c autoinclude I had made a release of a package that failed to include its ZCML files because of a broken MANIFEST in Because the system I

    Original URL path: http://bubblenet.be/blog/lets-get-rid-of-z3c.autoinclude (2016-05-02)
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  • Plone 3 : cleanup left over interfaces — BubbleNet - Plone and Zope services in Belgium
    ons properly interfaces were left over in persistent registries Before 3 5 2 zope interface was broken it did not remove keys when unregistering adapters or unsubscribing subscribers This leads to nasty bugs when the code that defined those interfaces is removed from the system The cleanup zope persistent registry package defines a function that cleans up those leftover interfaces It must be called on a site manager instance of

    Original URL path: http://bubblenet.be/blog/plone-3-cleanup-left-over-interfaces (2016-05-02)
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  • Python 3 support for ipdb — BubbleNet - Plone and Zope services in Belgium
    3 support for ipdb ipdb 0 7 New release with python 3 support github community is great ipdb is a IPython enabled pdb Python debugger ipdb exports functions to access the IPython debugger which features tab completion syntax highlighting better tracebacks better introspection with the same interface as the pdb Python module ipdb 0 7 has gained Python 3 support Patches were provided by Piet Delport It also comes with

    Original URL path: http://bubblenet.be/blog/python-3-support-for-ipdb (2016-05-02)
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