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fix Heap Overflow in (CVE-2013-4164)
"literal".freeze is now optimized # 9042
f suffix of # 9042Literal is removed
add # 8257#cause
update libraries like, nkf, rake, , and .
http://cache.ruby-lang.org/pub/ruby/2.1/ruby-2.1.0-preview2.tar.bz2 SIZE: 11432454 bytes …
Now2.0.0-p353 is released.
This release includes a security fix about floating point parsing.
Heap Overflow in(CVE-2013-4164)
You can download this release from:
http://cache.ruby-lang.org/pub/ruby/2.0/ruby-2.0.0-p353.tar.bz2 SIZE: 10730412 bytes MD5: 20eb8f067d20f6b76b7e16cce2a85a55 SHA256: 3de4e4d9aff4682fa4f8ed2b70bd0d746fae17452fc3d3a8e8f505ead9105ad9
…might beNOT to serve 503s, but instead start ignoring that app server.
A few links I used to write this post:
Stack Overflow post on the cap task for maintenance mode.
Gist for the suggested maintenance check.
…def bar @= Model . find ( params [: id ]) @ model . extend ( Decorator ) @ model . foo end end
Then I would like in the tests to do the following (using) : test "bar" do Model . any_instance . expects (: foo ). returns ( "bar" ) get : bar end
Is this possible somehow, or do you have in mind any other way to get this functionality???
I was playing around with an interface experiment and wanted to convert arbitrary strings into hex codes for displaying colours in a webpage. I just ported the Stack Overflow solution to , now hosted on : str_2_hex.rb . Might be useful to someone else.code from this
A lot has happened since my first article on the Stack Overflow Architecture . Contrary to the theme of that last article, which lavished attention on 's dedication to a scale-up strategy, Stack Overflow has both grown up and out in the last few years.
Stack Overflow has grown up by more then doubling in size to over 16 million users and multiplying its number of page views nearly 6 times to 95 million page views a month.
Stack Overflow has grown out …
…much came up, so I did a bit of Stack Overflow page that pointed me in the right direction.and came across this
I've written a couple of small rake tasks that have been working quite well for me. The first is the "rake deploy" task. So, now I use "rake deploy" instead of "git push heroku master" when I want to deploy to. This caches my assets, pushed to github, deploys to heroku, and notifies hoptoad about the deploy.
But the …
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