I found this site to be quite helpful for creating some cursive style images of text:
If you have some file that you are expecting to commit but it’s being ignored, you can run this command it will tell you why it’s being ignored:
git check-ignore -v filename
Recently a developer accidentally committed and pushed a metric-ton of binary files into our repo that were supposed to be ignored by the gitignore file.
After a bunch of work trying different options I came across a solution. We used the Git Bash (on windows) and ran the following:
git ls-files -i -z –exclude-from=.gitignore | xargs -0 git rm –cache
This effectively told git to remove all files that matched the ignore list. It’s not perfect, but it saved us a ton of time removing files from a hundred different folders.
Azure has some pretty cool dev tools built into their PaaS apps. You can either login to the portal and select Advanced Tools:
or you can just add “scm” to your app path, like http://mywebsite.SCM.azurewebsites.net
I have a Lenovo 100S but no matter what I tried I couldn’t find how to get hibernation as an option.
When researching the problem it seemed some people with a similar problem were able to get hibernation working by opening an admin command prompt and running:
powercfg.exe /hibernate off
However after doing that I didn’t see any change, and furthermore when running:
it said “The hiberfile does not support hibernation”
Doing more research I found that the likely reason was that for some reason the hibernation file was too small. Running:
powercfg -h -size 100%
caused the hibernation file to grow significantly, and after a reboot I had “Hibernate after” options on the sleep menu.
We recently converted an application to use AzureAD for single sign on and discovered in our logs that we were seeing a number of Nonce related errors such as the one below.
We haven’t fully fleshed out this issue, but we were able to reproduce it with the following steps:
1) Browse to the site
2) Get redirected to the AzureAD SSO login page.
3) Wait 1 hour
4) Attempt to complete the login
Here is an article I found that discusses the same issue (with a slightly different error) along with some code for catching the exception and changing the nonce timeout.
The error we are getting:
Session state is not available in this context.
Error method: Void ValidateNonce(System.IdentityModel.Tokens.JwtSecurityToken, Microsoft.IdentityModel.Protocols.OpenIdConnectProtocolValidationContext)
IDX10311: RequireNonce is ‘true’ (default) but validationContext.Nonce is null. A nonce cannot be validated. If you don’t need to check the nonce, set OpenIdConnectProtocolValidator.RequireNonce to ‘false’.
Stack: at Microsoft.IdentityModel.Protocols.OpenIdConnectProtocolValidator.ValidateNonce(JwtSecurityToken jwt, OpenIdConnectProtocolValidationContext validationContext)
at Microsoft.IdentityModel.Protocols.OpenIdConnectProtocolValidator.Validate(JwtSecurityToken jwt, OpenIdConnectProtocolValidationContext validationContext)
[BadImageFormatException: Could not load file or assembly ‘Interop.SHDocVw’ or one of its dependencies. An attempt was made to load a program with an incorrect format.]
If you are getting an exception like that, it could mean that your App Pool is not setup to work with 32 bit applications. Try enabling it: