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While Sending Html Mails from my web application Recieved Mails contains Symbols like &ldquo,&rdquo, ‘
Check with another constructor for htmlView: ContentType mimeType = new System.Net.Mime.ContentType("text/html"); var htmlView = AlternateView.CreateAlternateViewFromString(bodyMessage, mimeType);

Categories : Asp Net Mvc

Why is there a difference between inspect.ismethod and inspect.isfunction from python 2 -> 3?
Not specifically a difference with inspect but Python 3 in general see here The concept of “unbound methods” has been removed from the language. When referencing a method as a class attribute, you now get a plain function object. My suggestion for cross-platform would be: getmembers(X, predicate=lambda x: isfunction(x) or ismethod(x))

Categories : Python

how to inspect gwt screen?
Unfortunately AFAIK ,as of now there is no such tool for GWT( will be more happy if any ) . As on browser side there is no such information available related to class files of java available since it compiled to javascript. So , what's the fix?? Though very common and tradational. 1)Proper naming conventions 2)Proper package structure 3)Documentation etc ...

Categories : Gwt

How to inspect FormData?
After looking at these Mozilla articles, it looks like there is no way to get data out of a FormData object. You can only use them for building FormData to send via an AJAX request. I also just found this question that states the same thing: FormData.append("key", "value") is not working. One way around this would be to build up a regular dictionary and then convert it to FormData: var myFormData = { key1: 300, key2: 'hello world' }; var fd = new FormData(); for (var key in myFormData) { console.log(key, myFormData[key]); fd.append(key, myFormData[key]); } If you want to debug a plain FormData object, you could also send it in order to examine it in the network request console: var xhr = new XMLHttpRequest; xhr.open('POST', '/', true); xhr.send

Categories : Javascript

How to get the string from its inspect result?
In your case, "" is an empty string. """" is something completely else: A string that, when it is fed to something, yields your "" empty string. And that something, in this case, is Ruby interpreter. In other words, """" dump is specifically intended to be eveluated by Ruby interpreter, wheter in eval, instance_eval, class_eval, or ruby command line, or irb, or what... Even if there is another way to do it, that way will only end up emulating Ruby interpreter. So I dare to say, no, it does not make too much sense to do it another way.

Categories : Ruby

Inspect cookies using Perl
Browsers does not provide any meta information to the server about the cookies they send. There isn't even a way for them to send it. What the browser sends looks like the following: Cookie: a=b; c=d; e=f

Categories : Perl

Inspect CSS :before elements in the web inspector
Yes, there is. Inspect the element itself (not the pseudo), the pseudo element's styles should show up below, before the inherited styles.

Categories : HTML

Unable to inspect variable
You're close. Your code doesn't works, because the variable $return in the while ( my $return ne "" ) { is another variable (declared in the scope of while) as your first $return. You can try the next: use 5.014; use warnings; chk_proc('[M]Installer'); #use the [] trick to avoid the 'grep -v grep :) sub chk_proc{ while( qx(ps -eaf |grep $_[0]) ) {sleep 5} };

Categories : Perl

How can I inspect this slice of this array in gdb?
I would expect this to work. And it does work for me. I have this little program: int x[10000]; Now in gdb: (gdb) p x[50]@3 $2 = {0, 0, 0} Many details are missing from your question. Maybe your gdb has a bug. Or maybe your array is odd in some respect. The gdb version and things like "whatis the_array" might be interesting.

Categories : Arrays

LLDB: How to inspect unordered_map
You should just be able to examine the unordered_map object itself, without calling methods on it. For example, take this simple program: #include <iostream> #include <string> #include <unordered_map> using namespace std; int main() { unordered_map<int, string> map; map[0] = "mary"; map[1] = "had"; map[2] = "a"; map[3] = "little"; map[4] = "lamb"; return 0; } $ clang++ -std=c++11 -stdlib=libc++ -g unmap.cpp -o unmap $ lldb unmap Current executable set to 'unmap' (x86_64). (lldb) break set --name main lldb output not shown for brevity (lldb) proc launch n entered 5 times until return 0; statement (lldb) Process 18063 stopped * thread #1: tid = 0x1c03, 0x0000000100000aea unmap`main + 1082 at unmap.cpp:15, stop reason = step over

Categories : C++

Malfunctioning `nrepl-inspect` on load
C-c C-i is the same thing as C-c TAB. Emacs is telling you that it is not bound to any command in the buffer where you are using it. If you want it to do what it does in buffer *scratch* then start by seeing what it does in *scratch*: C-h k C-c TAB. If you like, you can then bind any key you like, including C-c TAB to that command.

Categories : Emacs

Using inspect to get the history of a model's relationship
the "old" value of a scalar attribute is usually not loaded from the database if not present already, as this is typically wasteful (in this case, session.commit() expires all attributes, so Person.phone is unloaded when the new value is assigned). Exceptions include when the column is a primary key column, or for a scalar relationship with something other than a simple many-to-one. This loading of the "old" value can be forced by using the "active_history" option on the attribute in question. from sqlalchemy import * from sqlalchemy.orm import * from sqlalchemy.ext.declarative import declarative_base Base = declarative_base() class Person(Base): __tablename__ = 'person' id = Column(Integer(), primary_key=True) name = Column(String(80)) phone_id = Column(Integer(), For

Categories : SQL

Inspect value of inline return during debug
This features is supported in Visual Studio 2013, .NET 4.5.1. Needed values will be appear in Autos window. You can find feature description in Somasegar's blog. In old version of Visual Studio and .NET you can use Immediate Window: just write data.MakeStateChangingCall(parameters) from debugged function and Visual Studio will evaluate target value (result of function).

Categories : Visual Studio 2010

How does agda's inspect function work?
You are making it needlessly complicated. inspect is only useful when you need to use the proof that the value before pattern matching is equal to the value after pattern matching. Notice that you have nez in the scope which makes this trivial. What we really want to do is to reduce the assumption crazy nn ≢ 0 to 0 ≢ 0 which we can easily use to construct a contradiction. How do we get crazy nn to reduce to 0? You have already tried the first option - go through all possible crazy arguments and fish for those that indeed reduce crazy nn to 0. The other option is to simply abstract over the value of crazy nn. First, the goal type before we use with is Fin (crazy nn) and the type of nez is crazy nn ≢ 0. Now, we abstract over crazy nn: safegood nn nez with crazy nn ... | w = ? Noti

Categories : Misc

How can I inspect a webpage without opening it in a browser?
Using CURL in command line on the given page, you will get the source code of the page. Added to another programming language you can simply parse the files to check if it contains a redirect. I'm also pretty sure a few tools exist over the Internet to check such behavior on websites, but I don't know any.

Categories : Javascript

Angular JS inspect elements in directives
There is a plugin for the dev tools called Batarang that is life saving. Check out this video for usage.

Categories : Javascript

Java Inspect File Contents
If these are text-based files, consider using Apache Tika's DefaultDetector class. This will take an InputStream and Tika Metadata class and set the Content-Type metadata field, which is a standard mime-type (e.g. - text/html, application/xml, etc). Check the output from that against your expected mime-type to verify the file is "valid". Beware though, this will consume your input stream, so be sure to make a copy if you want to use the file later.

Categories : Java

Inspect UDP syslog packets in Ruby
Whenever you are implementing a well-defined network protocol, always look at the RFC: http://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc5424 The Priority value is calculated by first multiplying the Facility number by 8 and then adding the numerical value of the Severity. so "local7" is 23 according to the RFC. 23 * 8 = 184 the severity of "notice" is 5: 184 + 5 = 189. And there's 189 right at the beginning of your message - that's the "priority" number referenced by the RFC. So you'll need to encode the mapping from the RFC between numeric values and the textual description into your program and compute it yourself. To get the severify and facility: Severity = Priority % 8 Facility = Priority / 8

Categories : Ruby

Inspect WCF SOAP message payload
One option is to use Fiddler. Another option is WCF logging (as you said), make sure you mark to log at both transport and message level. Here's what works for me: <?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?> <configuration> <system.diagnostics> <sources> <source name="System.ServiceModel.MessageLogging" switchValue="Warning, ActivityTracing"> <listeners> <add type="System.Diagnostics.DefaultTraceListener" name="Default"> <filter type="" /> </add> <add name="ServiceModelMessageLoggingListener"> <filter type="" /> </add> </listeners>

Categories : Wcf

Elements apear only after inspect element
I've found the solution! The problem is caused by an earlier container div which has the CSS display:none. Although I change that with jQuery's .show() before the problem occurs and it's contents are visible, removing display:none in my CSS makes it work! Thanks for all the great help and suggestions!

Categories : Javascript

How to inspect elements in a desktop application?
I'm the developer of the Spark Inspector tool you mentioned. I've done a fair bit of development in Node and I think you might enjoy the Firebug inspector for Firefox, or the Chrome Inspector built into Chrome (https://developers.google.com/chrome-developer-tools/). Both of these need your page to be open in the browser, but if your app is web-based and you can pop it into a standard browser window, you're in luck. (If not, it might be worthwhile making it work in a standard browser—even if it'll end up packaged into an app—so you can debug it!) Hope that helps,

Categories : Misc

How to inspect Ember.js objects in the console?
Ember provides several methods to help debug an object from console: Object.toString prints identity of any ember object App.Person = Em.Object.extend() person = App.Person.create() person.toString() //=> "<App.Person:ember1024>" Ember.inspect converts the object into a useful string description var object = Ember.Object.create({ firstName: 'Hansi', lastName: 'Hinterseer', age: 58 }); console.log( Ember.inspect(object) ); // {__ember1331067974108_meta: [object Object] , firstName: Hansi , lastName: Hinterseer , age: 58} Ember.keys returns all of the keys defined on an object or hash console.log(Ember.keys(this));

Categories : Ember Js

Jquery works after inspect element is done in chrome
Try like this, $(document).ready(function () { var pgHeight = $(window).height(); //alert(pgHeight); $('.sitewid').css('min-height', pgHeight - 150) var ltHeight = $('.mainImg').height(); $('.left').css('height', ltHeight); $('.links').css('height', ltHeight); var dHeight1 = $('.mainImg').height(); resizeWindow(); }); $(window).resize(function () { setTimeout(resizeWindow, 50); }); function resizeWindow() { var lt1Height = $('.mainImg').height(); //alert(lt1Height); $('.left').css('height', lt1Height); $('.right').css('height', lt1Height); $('.links').css('height', lt1Height); $('.social').css('top', lt1Height / 2.8); }

Categories : Jquery

Disabling pointer events for inspect element
According to this https://code.google.com/p/chromium/issues/detail?id=136887 it is proper behaivor. What was before (when you can't inspect elements with "pointer-events:none") was a bug. Chromium has tests for this fix: https://chromium.googlesource.com/chromium/blink.git/+/dfcf6a3782dcae5dd16baec94040b931b0791fa6/LayoutTests/inspector/elements/inspect-pointer-events-none.html

Categories : CSS

Safari behavior dependent upon "inspect element" having been done?
I had a strange Safari error similar to this a while back. The solution in my case was to trigger some things on elements with jQuery - something that might give it focus / cause it to redraw. In my case the following: jQuery(el).css("border", "none"); did the trick. The element didn't have a border in the first place, it just caused the element to get redrawn / fiddled with by the browser.

Categories : Jquery

How do you silently save an inspect object in R's tm package?
Assign inside the capture then: capture.output(out <- data.frame(inspect(matrix))) -> .null # discarding this But really, inspect is for visual inspection, so maybe try as.data.frame(as.matrix(matrix)) instead (btw matrix is a very unfortunate name for a variable, as that's a base function).

Categories : R

Google Chrome's "Inspect Element": CSS Hints?
There is no mention of that being possible in the docs. It would also be extremely impractical (and, IMO, useless) from a user interface standpoint to choose from a massive list, considering there are ~307 standard CSS properties, plus tons of -webkit- vendor-prefixed properties Chrome offers. As to values, I don't undestand how you expect the Web Inspector to guess what you want.

Categories : CSS

How to inspect the Xcode files generated by Delphi?
In lack of other answer, I am going to answer this myself. I learnt elsewhere at Embarcadero forums that the .ipa files generated are actually .zip files which you can unzip and view content of.

Categories : IOS

How can I inspect the value of a Custom Field in Google Analytics?
Although I haven't found a way to view the value of a custom field directly, if you are just interested in testing that your field extractions are working correctly and/or that your regex values are correct, instead of outputting the value to a custom field, you can temporarily output the value to something that IS visible from the google-analytics UI, such as Request URI. Then change it back to a custom field later after it's been verified that everything else is correct. Also, be aware that changes to profile filters can sometimes take a while to start showing up in the UI (see https://support.google.com/analytics/answer/1638635?hl=en). Though, if someone does know of a way to view the value of a custom field directly, that would be even better.

Categories : Google Analytics

how to inspect errrors in rable view files
You should be able to use the instanciated variables in the same way you would with any other template. haml =puts @variable.inspect erb <%= puts @avariable.inspect %>

Categories : Debugging

Object doesn't support #inspect with many to many associations
Your problem is here: class Game < ActiveRecord::Base serialize :data, :history ^^^^^^^^ Serialize is defined as: serialize(attr_name, class_name = Object) ..it does not take multiple serializable arguments. See: http://apidock.com/rails/ActiveRecord/AttributeMethods/Serialization/ClassMethods/serialize What you probably meant to do is this: class Game < ActiveRecord::Base serialize :data serialize :history

Categories : Ruby On Rails

Method to inspect first 4 bytes and rename file extension
Use python3. import os,re fldrPth = "path/to/folder" # relative to My Documents os.chdir(fldrPth) for i in os.listdir(): with open(i,'r') as doc: st = doc.read(4) os.rename(i,i+'.'+re.search(r'w+',st).group()) Hopefully this would work. I don't have test files to check the code. Take a backup and then run it and let me know if it works.

Categories : Misc

Python metaclass, execfile, inspect, globals(), namespace
When you execute a python file with execfile() you are executing it in the current namespace. The REPL namespace is a built-in module: >>> import sys >>> sys.modules['__main__'] <module '__main__' (built-in)> which means there is no sourcefile for inspect.getsource() to retrieve: >>> sys.modules['__main__'].__file__ Traceback (most recent call last): File "<stdin>", line 1, in <module> AttributeError: 'module' object has no attribute '__file__' >>> import inspect >>> inspect.getfile(sys.modules['__main__']) Traceback (most recent call last): File "<stdin>", line 1, in <module> File "/usr/local/Cellar/python/2.7.5/Frameworks/Python.framework/Versions/2.7/lib/python2.7/inspect.py", line 403, in getfile r

Categories : Python

Inspect CGLib proxied Groovy classes from Java
Please check/share the code you use for calling the getName() method as sometimes when asking for a property to a groovy object it uses the getProperty or getAttribute methods, and both of them call the getStaticMetaClass() method, which I think is what is actually happening to you. What I mean is that instead of calling directly getName o a Person object it's actually callling the method getProperty(..., personObject, 'name', ...) which calls getStaticMetaClass().getProperty(..., personObject, 'name', ...). You can also try to debug your code putting a breakpoint on the line you call method.getName() for example and look on the stacktrace how is the getName() method being called.

Categories : Java

Inspect variables in vector/matrices from Eigen Library
As explained here there is an extension file in debug/msvc for that purpose.

Categories : Visual C++

can't seem to inspect modal pop up in chrome developer tools or firebug
Here is the code of the page <div id="speedbump"> <span class="internal"><p>The page you are going to on usbank.com is not optimized for viewing on a mobile device.</p></span> <div class="continue">Continue</div> <div class="cancel">Cancel</div> </div> They are using a confirm dialog, but the HTML is right there. People don't believe me... so here is a picture, take a look now :D

Categories : Javascript

Why can't I find the image URL of the background on this site via inspect element?
body { background: #dadee0 url(http://conversionxl.com/wp-content/themes/grido/images/body-bg.png); } It may look like just a white image, but click and drag after opening the image in a seperate tab and you'll see the pattern.

Categories : HTML

Google Chrome Inspect Element Issue With Hidden ID's
I had the same problem passing the database data into a modal,the solution i know is to use jquery ajax to get the informations from the database requesting a file,adding them into variables and compare the variables $.ajax({ url: "test.html", context: document.body }).done(function() { $(this).addClass("done"); }); I used this code sample to do it. Of course there are a few modifications to be done depending on your script

Categories : Forms

Can I transfer private data of my Android application to inspect?
It depends whether your file was created under /data in which case you need to be root to access it. If it was created on your SD-Card, you can simply mount the phone on the pc and access it.

Categories : Android

Inspect Element and View Source Code are showing two different things
"Source code" is what the browser received from the server. It can be changed by JavaScript; the "Inspect Element" always shows the current shape of the document. EDIT: Then again, sometimes things are not complicated. Look what I found in the source code: <li> <div class="textHolder"> <h3>Cardiology</h3> <p><span><strong><a href="#">Cardiac Rehabilitation Center</a></strong> We helped Glade Inc. design their latest fragrance for household perfumes </span></p> </div> <img src="images/temp/slider_img_01.jpg" alt="" /> </li> It is then further modified by JS.

Categories : HTML

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