The reason for this is that varien have included a blank console object to prevent any calls to the console throwing an error if a console isn’t defined. However they explicitly check for firebug, which means if your running chrome the built in console is replaced.
To fix this you need to edit the js/varien/js.js file and find the following line
if (!("console" in window) || !("firebug" in console))
Replace the line with the following
if (!("console" in window) || typeof console !== 'object')
So there is often a requirement for sharing files but what happens if those files are files that absolutely must be secure, like private ssh keys?
Well Dropbox whilst a good product is third-party and not encrypted so if there’s an exploit, the contents of the files could well be exposed to people you don’t want.
Enter Wuala, a service by Lacie. Similar to Dropbox in many ways, but differing in that the files are encrypted locally, so if you loose your password, the files will be inaccessible, permanently. Believe it or not, that’s a really good thing!
Oh, and there’s a client for Linux, Mac, Windows and Mobile (Android and iPhone).
Answer to this quite clear and simple question is:
Not the easiest to find but definitely one of the easiest solutions.
If you search for USB bootable drive generators mostly you will find windows apps.
Not too useful if you are already on Linux and simply want to try the latest version or perhaps an alternative distro on something that is going to give more useful performance than the traditional live CD.
uNetbootin is a nice solid cross platform USB bootable Linux generator that will even handle the download of ISOs for you if required.
The php simpleXML object is my preferred way of working with XML, but it has some unusual quirks that can drive you up the wall. One of these is that, by default, it will not read CDATA within an XML file, and will just leave the node blank.
If you need to access this data then create your xml object like this
We told you about HipHop a while back and we were pretty excited about it.
Now Facebook have decided to develop a virtual machine to allow dynamic translation and faster results than their previous interpreter based approach. This is paving the way for further performance improvements and ease of development.
If you need to track down exactly how and when a particular change happened and you are not even sure exactly where it is (perhaps because its no longer present but you are not totally sure where it was supposed to be) then this little trick can be a life saver.
You can search git log for a specific string with the -S flag