“There is no manual that deals with the real
business of motorcycle maintenance...” -- Robert Pirsig
Working with Pyramid inside the App Engine can sometimes be a little comfusing. This recipe should help straighten a few things out.
Setting and getting objects in the blobstore using pyramid isn't totally
straightforward when you're looking at the documentation for Google
Appengine and Pyramid. In this solution I show a recipe that should get
you up and running quickly, though.
A client came to me after a major MySQL failure caused his Wordpress database
to drop a bunch of data. Fortunate for both of us I had long ago set up a
script to back up his database every night. However, only specific pieces of
data needed to be moved from one database to the other. Also, there was no
telling exactly what data may have been dropped.
Stop building and fix your process on a basic level. Your computer is already an IDE.
Light Table is full of great ideas, but I can’t stand
working outside of vim for even a few minutes. Even worse
is making the mouse part of my work flow. Basically, if it
can’t be used from shell I’m usually not interested in
The good news is that the best of Light Tables’ features
are possible to implement within vim. I’m working on a
series of articles that describe how to get some of that
basic functionality going.