On the Settings->"Preferences", "Tab Settings" tab, I set "[Default]" at Tab size: 8, uncheck Replace by space; and set "Python" to uncheck Use default value, Tab size: 4, check Replace by space. This causes inserts into a python source to use 4 spaces for indents, and indent with spaces instead of tabs.
If I end up with any tabs in the source, I use Edit->Blank Operations->TAB to Space to convert them. I also clean up trailing blanks with Edit->Blank Operations->Trim Trailing Space.
I install and use the pep8 package to verify standard formatting.http://www.reddit.com/r/Python/comments/2mfrn6/python_in_notepad/cm3tdj5
This did the trick though:
for line in $( cat /etc/environment ) ; do export $line ; done
Their interactive example is here: http://metricsgraphicsjs.org/interactive-demo.htm
I'm not aware of any other charting libraries besides highcharts that do vertical marker lines this easily.
It seems like the author is opposed to adding this sort of functionality: https://github.com/dangrossman/bootstrap-daterangepicker/issues/295
- re.match - If zero or more characters at the beginning of string match the regular expression pattern.
- re.search - Scan through string looking for a location where the regular expression pattern produces a match
Here are the commands I use when I bring up a new Ubuntu server for flask development:
I tried running some select queries on both of the both the virtual container and host for benchmark purposes. My conclusion? MySQL read performance inside and outside the LXC container is the exactly the same.