Like it or not, Apple plays a critical part in the app-based economy these
days. Part of this is having an Apple Developer account in order to release
apps to the App Store™️, and in order to get an Apple Developer account you
need an Apple ID. In order for the Apple ID to be able to become an Apple
Developer account, it needs to be considered to be “over 18”, even if it’s a
company account and a Date of Birth makes no sense whatsoever. This is where
I got stuck.
I use Mozilla Firefox as my browser and occasionally I’ve found that certain
error NS_ERROR_FILE_CORRUPTED, which is displayed in the console. For me,
this is rarely seen, though I’ve experienced the issue a few times on
Trello.com and another on our corporate website CMS. This has the effect of
preventing whatever that resource was from loading, so in the case of CSS it
won’t display and in the case of JS it won’t run. On Trello, this resulted in
a fully broken …
Had this issue when you’ve been trying to run something like
Funnelweb, and you hit an ImportError for BeautifulSoup? You’re
definitely not alone, because I just hit the same issue. The answer is
simple — just ensure that you don’t use BeautifulSoup 4 or above (this
is still beta) — it uses a different namespace, specifically bs4.
Thus, whilst you might have the BeautifulSoup egg satisfying your
dependencies, any imports of this package are going to fail.
For me, I’m using buildout, so I just pinned my version of BeautifulSoup thusly:
Update: You should check out wildcard.fixpersistentutilities
- it’s a fantastic solution to problems like this. Many thanks to
Nathan Van Gheem, the author of the add on. Check out the link and
see how to install it (temporarily) on your Plone instance that
needs its site manager cleaned up.
Leftovers are typically useful when they’re in your fridge at home. They
mean you don’t have to mess around making lunch for the next day for
work, and can just grab them, and walk right out the door. Now,
leftovers in the zope.component SiteManager aren’t …
Ever the issue-magnet, I’ve spent the better part of my morning trying
to debug a mistmatched tag error from within some ZCML (aka XML for the
non-initiated). Essentially, the issue boiled down to the system
telling me that it was certain that I had a mistmatched tag within my
configuration, and presented me with the problematic XML tag (complete
with line numbers). However, life’s not always that simple.
Here’s an interesting error message I got stumped with for a good set of
hours. The issue started with me using collective.autoreload with Plone
and it does the trick, mostly. With any such ‘operation’ and live
reloading of code for Python, you’ve got to expect that not everything
will go according to plan. Most things do, but one issue I found
presented with this error message:
< ... huge traceback ...>
TypeError: super(type, obj): obj must be an instance or subtype of type
The issue arises for me (and you’ll probably see it elsewhere) when I go
install() got an unexpected keyword argument 'allow_hosts'
after trying to build zope2zeoserver from my buildout configuration.
After some searching, I found that it was due to my bootstrap.py script
(the one the gets buildout in the first place and creates the relevant
scripts) was actually pulling down an outdated version of zc.buildout.
So, the problem results because this old version of buildout doesn’t
have a clue how to handle the given argument.
Solution: update the buildout. For me, that meant correcting the
bootstrap script, but for you, it could be a matter …