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Attribute error: function object has no attribute in python
Just to get this answered: def datapaths(ipaddress, testlogfile): # Unecessary code reomved (code, val) = datapaths.listDatapaths(mylib) # Unecessary code reomved You are trying to access an attribute of a function you've defined, but most likely not set. I think you need to rexamine your code.

Categories : Python

Perl regex to match alt attribute as mandatory but sometimes alt attribute comes before src attribute and sometimes after src attribute
Does it have to be just one regex only? use Data::Dumper; my $s = q{<img rel="relfoo" src="srcfoo">}; my @m; $s =~ m{ <img s+ ( ((w+)(?{push @m, $^N})) = "( ([^"]*) (?{push @m, $^N}) )" s* )+ > }x; my %h = @m; print Dumper \%h; die "alt is mandatory.. " if !exists $h{alt}; output $VAR1 = { 'rel' => 'relfoo', 'src' => 'srcfoo' }; alt is mandatory..

Categories : Regex

Can't toggle attribute and class on windows resize event
Use .css('position','fixed') not .attr('style', 'position: fixed'). Try: $(window).resize(function () { var windowSize = $('#mainContainer').width(); if (windowSize > 711) { $('#navBar').css('position','fixed'); $('#mainContent').addClass('offset2'); } if (windowSize < 711) { $('#navBar').css('position','relative'); $('#mainContent').removeClass('offset2'); } });

Categories : Javascript

Django set up help in venv : Attribute error: 'module' object has no attribute 'get_version'
I think you are not using a virtualenv, or your venv has access to system packages, which somehow defeats one of the advantages of using them. To create a virtualenv use $ virtualenv --no-site-packages --distribute -p python2.4 ~/my_venv This will create a virtualenv in your home folder giving no access to system packages. The -p switch let you select your python version: if you have a more recent python version installed you should use it, or you will only be able to use Django 1.3. See here. Next you need to activate it $ source ~/my_venv/bin/activate (my_venv) $ That new prompt shows you that you are now using your virtualenv. You can then install Django (replace that version which one you need or can use) and everything you need $ pip install Django==1.3 Everytime you want t

Categories : Python

asp.net - "attribute 'language' is not a valid attribute of element 'script'" error
I've decided to do another work-around instead. Seems the datepickers only work on some pages and not others, and am against the clock on this one. So instead I've simply got two calendar controls (you've got to have a "from" date and "to" date) and am using them. Bit ugly, but it works for the moment.

Categories : Asp Net

“ERROR getting 'android:icon' attribute: attribute is not a string value”
I ran into a similar problem when uploaded an app. Turns out that the app icon in my manifest: android:icon="@drawable/app_icon" had corresponding files under /res/drawable-small, /res/drawable-normal, /res/drawable-large and /res/drawable-xlarge but not under /res/drawable. Looks like the automated process of Google Play only looks up /res/drawable. Copying the app icon into this directory did the trick for me.

Categories : Android

aapt ERROR getting 'android:name' attribute: attribute is not a string value
Do you mean this may also be caused by a broken aapt tool? Sure. The Android tools have had plenty of bugs, historically, and there's no reason to assume that aapt dump badging is somehow perfect. In fact, your very issue has already been filed as a bug. So, unless you are also seeing some problem in your app's execution that might be tied in here, I'd assume that aapt dump badging is the item with the issue, not necessarily your app. If you have not yet updated to the R22 tools, you might do so, to see if this bug has been fixed and they simply have not closed the issue. If you are on the R22 tools, you might add a comment to that issue, pointing this out, and include a link to this SO question, so the tools team has another data point in terms of the problem.

Categories : Android

How do we get an optional class attribute in Python?
You can use hasattr and getattr. For example: hasattr(foo, 'bar') would return True if foo has an attribute named bar, otherwise False and getattr(foo, 'bar', 'quux') would return foo.bar if it exists, otherwise defaults to quux.

Categories : Python

Python class without attribute boilerplate
Here are some recipes you can try: override __setattr__, __dict__, __slots__ and/or init. Let us know what works for you.

Categories : Python

Meta tag 'there is no attribute "property" ' and other attribute error:
The attributes you mention are simply not part of XHTML 1.0 Transitional, so a validator has to report them as errors. Just remember that the concept of error is relative here: it means that the document does not conform to the document type definition it purports to comply with (by referring to a document type definition by the doctype declaration). The property attribute is not part of HTML5 CR either, but validators like http://validator.nu use a “schema for HTML5 + SVG 1.1 + MathML 3.0 + RDFa Lite 1.1”, where the RDFa part allows property. If your markup is a mix of XHTML 1.0 Transitional and HTML5, for example, just relax. The mix works in browsers and other relevant software, except for validators, which need to be picky. Just use a doctype that best corresponds to the markup

Categories : HTML

Attribute Error: '_BaseValue' object has no attribute 'value'
Apparently, user.orgs has been put() to the database. That "mutates" it into a _BaseValue, as described here: List items from repeated StringProperty get mutated to _BaseValue on put.

Categories : Google App Engine

python- Feature class attribute manipulation
Short of writing your code for you, use arcpy.ListFields() to loop over the fields of each featureclass. Be careful not to totally denude the target class of identifying info; use an if/then w/in that loop. You haven't really specified the common key/relate field but you'll want to keep that around, at least, in order to transfer information to relevant features in target. P.S. why 2.6? Time to update both ArcGIS & Python!

Categories : Python

Determine if given class attribute is a property or not, Python object
I once asked a similar question. The trouble you'll run into, of course, is that you can't access the property through the instance to determine its type without calling the getter, which gets you the type of whatever the getter returns. So you have to access the property through its class rather than through the instance. property is already a type, so you can just compare directly to that. (I originally had some superfluous code here that got the property type out of a class that had a property. I thought this was necessary due to a typo when I was testing things.) obj_type = type(obj) for attr in dir(obj): if isinstance(getattr(type(obj), attr, None), property): print attr, "is a property" Don't worry about having an instance attribute with the same name. It's ignored

Categories : Python

Changing object attribute within a custom class (Python)
The lambda default value listbox.val is evaluated at definition-time. So if you use lambda myval=listbox.val: callback(myval) then myval's default value equals 2 forever. Instead, you could use b = Button(top, text="answer", command=lambda mybox=listbox: callback(mybox.val))

Categories : Python

Getting Attribute error in Python
self.entbx is created by create_widget(). You are calling reveal() -- which requires self.entbx -- before you've called create_widget(): self.reveal() self.create_widget()

Categories : Python

Python using .find to search an XML (Attribute Error)
After parsing, the XML document is a Document (DOM) object, not a string. Document objects indeed do not have a find() method because you can't just search and replace text in them. If you know the ID or tag of the element that contains the text you wish to change, you could use getElementById or getElementsByTagName and then search the children of the returned elements for the text. Otherwise, you can recursively walk all the nodes in the document and search each text node for the text you wish to change. See the DOM documentation for more information on working with the Document Object Model.

Categories : Python

Python 2.7 assertin gets error object has no attribute
There seems to be an issue with assertIn in some versions of Python. Here's an alternative that should work: a = 'a' apple = 'apple' self.assertTrue(a in apple, '{} not in {}'.format(a, apple))

Categories : Misc

Attempting to use python Enchant but I'm getting an Attribute Error
Had the same error, because I was naming the file "enchant.py". And then I did import enchant I think then he tried to import the file I was editing, so I simply changed the name and enchant was working properly.

Categories : Python

python dictionary error AttributeError: 'list' object has no attribute 'item'
result = sorted(result.iteritems(), key=operator.itemgetter(1)) result is not a dictionary anymore. If I am not mistaken, your problem can be solved this way (assuming lines comes from somewhere): result = sorted({(calculate_score(line), line) for line in lines}) print(result[:20]) Take a look at OrderedDict for making an ordered dictionary.

Categories : Python

Python / Flask form error - AttributeError: 'unicode' object has no attribute '__call__'
It's giving you that error because nickname is not a function but a string. I can only guess that the tutorial has a few errors. Try this instead: {{ form.nickname|truncate(60) }}

Categories : Python

Getting a Python error (AttributeError: 'dict' object has no attribute 'read') trying to update code for Twitter Oauth2
Your fetchsamples() method already returned a decoded value: def fetchsamples(): url = "https://api.twitter.com/1.1/search/tweets.json?q=microsoft" parameters = [] response = twitterreq(url, "GET", parameters) return json.load(response) But you then try to decode the result again: pyresponse = json.load(fetchsamples()) json.load() then complains that fetchsamples() returned a python dictionary. Just remove the json.load() call from that line: pyresponse = fetchsamples() print pyresponse.keys()

Categories : Python

Rails rendered object.attribute with spaces truncated in jquery data attribute
You need to give it as : <a class="comment" data-user_comment = "<%= comment.content %>" ><%= comment.updated_at %> - <%= comment.content %></a> Missing quotes. On missing quotes only the first word is taken and the remaining is taken as a different attrribute. So on using fire bug you can see that it your comment had : "Lorem Ipusem" the value of data-user_comment is "Lorem" and Ipusem itself becomes an attr with blank value (Ipusem = "").

Categories : Jquery

How to add values to attribute added dynamically to property without attribute constructor(Reflection.Emit)
You use CustomAttributeBuilder. For example: var cab = new CustomAttributeBuilder( ctor, ctorArgs, props, propValues, fields, fieldValues ); prop.SetCustomAttribute(cab); (or one of the related overloads) In your case, that looks (this is pure guesswork) something like: var attribType = typeof(DisplayAttribute); var cab = new CustomAttributeBuilder( attribType.GetConstructor(Type.EmptyTypes), // constructor selection new object[0], // constructor arguments - none new[] { // properties to assign to attribType.GetProperty("Order"), attribType.GetProperty("ResourceType"), attribType.GetProperty("Name"), }, new object[] { // values for property assignment 28, typeof(CommonResources), "DisplayComment" }); p

Categories : C#

Setting virtual model attribute from controller create action in Rails 4 - attribute always nil
For the moment, I got around this by simply setting the values of format and value_converted again in the controller before saving: def create @entry = current_user.entries.new(entry_params) @entry.format = current_user.format @entry.value_converted = entry_params[:value_converted] if @entry.save ... end Though this is probably not the most elegant solution (I have no idea whether my implementation is thread-safe) it does seem to work.

Categories : Ruby On Rails

Unrecognized attribute 'targetFramework'. Note > that attribute names are case-sensitive
The httpRuntime did not have targetFramework available for set, remove it and it will work.

Categories : Asp Net

Boost Spirit Qi Custom Syntesized Attribute (Set a specific member of a struct attribute via a semantic action)
How to set a struct member. Option 1 (phx::bind) Given a struct S struct S { int field1; std::string field2; int target_field; bool field3; }; You can assign to a field (e.g. target_field) like so: rule<It, S()> p = int_ [ phx::bind(&S::target_field, _val) = _1 ]; Now, you can make the bind more readable, by doing something like: auto target_field_ = phx::bind(&S::target_field, _val); p = int_ [ target_field_ = _1 ]; Proof of concept: live on Coliru #include "boost/spirit/include/qi.hpp" #include "boost/spirit/include/phoenix.hpp" namespace qi = boost::spirit::qi; namespace phx = boost::phoenix; typedef std::string::const_iterator It; struct S { int field1; std::string field2; int target_field

Categories : C++

Have Griffon generate jnlp with resource tag with os attribute but no arch attribute
Currently there's no way to configure a flag to tell Griffon to avoid adding a value for the "arch" attribute. However, you can "hack" your local copy of the $GRIFFON_HOME/scripts/_GriffonPackage.groovy and modify line 600 https://github.com/griffon/griffon/blob/master/subprojects/griffon-scripts/src/main/groovy/_GriffonPackage.groovy#L600 Perhaps you'd like to open a JIRA ticket for the configuration flag? http://jira.codehaus.org/browse/griffon

Categories : Misc

jboss as 7: JBAS014639: Attribute enabled is not writable (deployment attribute)
With :read-resource-description on the WAR you see: "enabled" => { "type" => BOOLEAN, "description" => "Boolean indicating whether the deployment content is currently deployed in the runtime (or should be deployed in the runtime the next time the server starts.)", "expressions-allowed" => false, "nillable" => true, "default" => false, "access-type" => "read-only", "storage" => "configuration" }, Since access-type=read-only you get the error. You have another field: "status" => { "type" => STRING, "description" => "The current runtime status of a deployment. Possible status modes are OK, FAILED, and STOPPED. FAILED indic

Categories : Java

According to TLD or attribute directive in tag file, attribute verb does not accept any expressions
Go to verb attribute definition in mytag.tld and enable expression support: <attribute> <name>verb</name> <required>true</required> <rtexprvalue>true</rtexprvalue> </attribute>

Categories : Java

In which order the attribute value is available in a servlet, If the same attribute is present in multiple scopes
It always goes from the smaller scope to the broader scope: page, the request, the session, the application. See PageContext.findAttribute(). So, in your example, "Page" will be displayed.

Categories : Jsp

Json to Java-Getting value of a particular attribute,avoid mapping of all attribute
There are two ways. Implementing a parser by yourself. Using JSONObject (http://json.org/java/). If you need a better performance, you should consider using GSON (https://code.google.com/p/google-gson/), but you will need to create classes and write some mappings to create a better Java object representation.

Categories : Java

RapidXML Access individual attribute value using the previous attribute value?
You can use the next_sibling(const char *) member function to iterate over sibling nodes until you find one with the right attribute value. I haven't tested the following code, but it should give an idea of what you need to do: typedef rapidxml::xml_node<> node_type; typedef rapidxml::xml_attribute<> attribute_type; /// find a child of a specific type for which the given attribute has /// the given value... node_type *find_child( node_type *parent, const std::string &type, const std::string &attribute, const std::string &value) { node_type *node = parent->first_node( type.c_str()); while (node) { attribute_type *attr = node->first_attribute( attribute.c_str()); if ( attr && value == attr->value

Categories : C++

Module to define an attribute and sort collections by that attribute
Ordering a collection of votables is a behaviour of the collection, not of a votable. One thing you could do is to define the spaceship operator on votables and include Comparable: def <=>(other) self.votes <=> other.votes end Then sorting collections, and sort method, will just do the right thing. However, I'm not too sure how smart that is - if your votables already are comparable with a different comparison operator, things might blow up in your face.

Categories : Ruby

Backbone inherit model2 attribute from model1 attribute
Firstly, you have some problem with your code: var m1, m2, and c should be called with the keyword: new to instantiate your models and collections e.g. var m1 = new Model1() your code to add to your collection (c.add) is also missing the closing curly brace c.add({'code':'sample1'); // should be c.add({code:"sample1"}); Your code and question isn't completely clear to me, but I suspect you may be trying to add a model to your collection with the same id perhaps. Multiple models of the same id won't get added to your collection, as per the backbone documentation: Note that adding the same model (a model with the same id) to a collection more than once is a no-op. If you need to to pass the id from another model, you'd need to set another attribute like you have "parent_id"

Categories : Backbone Js

Linq to Sql using a non-column attribute property in Association attribute
The message is quite clear. LINQ to SQL translates statements to SQL and you tried to use a property that doesn't map to a column, so it can't be translated to SQL. You'll have to retrieve the entities you want from the database then try to query them using LINQ to Objects, ie LINQ operations on the resulting lists or arrays. A better option is to rethink your design and find a way to retrieve only the data you need from the database and avoid processing the results on the client. Linq to SQL in this case prevented you from doing something really dangerous. It could have retrieved all the data and process them using your non-column attribute but that would create an enormous performance hit. Some naive LINQ providers actually do just that. Imagine retrieving 1000 objects from the databa

Categories : C#

Compare attribute does not use Display attribute of compared property
I think that this may be some issue with the Compare attribute, since you can see an OtherDisplayName attribute in its list of properties, and it correctly uses the Display Name for the property it is decorating ("Confirm Password" and not "ConfirmPassword"). One work around I have found is to simply create a new class that inherits from CompareAttribute, like so: public class CompareWithDisplayName : CompareAttribute { public CompareWithDisplayName(string otherProperty) : base(otherProperty) { } } Then use it on your property: [Display(Name = "New Password")] public string New { get; set; } [Display(Name = "Confirm Password")] [CompareWithDisplayName("New")] public string ConfirmPassword { get; set; } I honestly have no idea why this works. It could be that it is som

Categories : C#

How to overide user selected attribute based on another attribute's value
I think there are a couple of mistakes in the following code: if @foo.save_standard and ! row.nil? #set foo type to 38u when it is a legacy foo if params[:is_legacy] == true @foo.update_attribute(foo_type_id, 2) end end Try: if @foo.save_standard && row if params[:foo][:is_legacy] @foo.update_attribute(:foo_type_id, 2) # careful, this method do not fire callbacks end end Assuming your instance object is a Foo class (which is probably not). If not, replace params[:foo] by whatever your instance class is.

Categories : Ruby On Rails

According to TLD or attribute directive in tag file, attribute name does not accept any expressions
Don't use scriptlets in the struts tags, don't use it at all in JSP, if you can't you may try <s:set var="loginPassword"><%=OpeCommon.LOGIN_PASSWORD %></s:set> <s:param name="%{#loginPassword}"><%=OpeCommon.encriptPassword(OpeCommon.KEY_USER_ID, OpeCommon.KEY_USER_PASSCODE)%></s:param> Note, that constants could be accessed through the OGNL expression, and that expression is allowed in the struts tags. But, it applies to the OGNL syntax and you should supply FQCN to the static content. Constants don't require enabling static access in the configuration, but calling a static method is required. If you allow static access then everything could be done via OGNL expressions, if not only constants could be accessed like <s:param name="%{@com.package.O

Categories : Java

Find keywords from data attribute vis using attribute selectors
Your query searches for an exact match, i.e. "one three" does not exist in "one two three". jQuery has a nifty multi-attribute syntax that you can use though: Multiple Attribute Selector [name="value"][name2="value2"] So first split the string on the spaces, and then create a selector like this: $('p[data-keywords~="one"][data-keywords~="three"]').addClass('match');

Categories : Jquery

Rebinding immutable class attribute in the base class from a derived class
Use the __bases__ attribute: In [68]: class Base(object): ...: # class attribute: ...: class_attr = 0 ...: In [69]: class Derived(Base): ...: @classmethod ...: def inc(cls): ...: p, = cls.__bases__ ...: p.class_attr += 1 ...: In [70]: Base.class_attr Out[70]: 0 In [71]: Derived.inc() In [72]: Derived.inc() In [73]: Base.class_attr Out[73]: 2 If you have multiple inheritance: In [88]: class DifferentInherited(object): ...: class2_attr = 0 ...: In [90]: class Der2(Base, DifferentInherited): ...: @classmethod ...: def inc(cls): ...: print cls.__bases__ ...: a, b, = cls.__bases__ ...: print a.class_attr ...: print b.class2_attr

Categories : Python



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