(English) A Comprehensive Introduction to XML Path Language

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(English) An introduction to Selenium with Python

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(English) Exceptions in a .gitignore file

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(English) Add git branch name to bash prompt

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Deploying a Grails App in a Tomcat Docker container

Deploying a Grails App in a Tomcat Docker container

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Git shows files come along a specific commit

Sometimes we need to check which files were come along with a given commit so as to verify which is the missing file, for instance. I bet some of you…

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(English) Git is a free and open source distributed version control system designed to handle everything from small to very large projects with speed and efficiency. Git is easy to learn and has a tiny footprint with lightning fast performance.

(English) How to add a manifest file to jar file

(English) JAR files support a wide range of functionality, including electronic signing, version control, package sealing, and others. What gives a JAR file this versatility? The answer is the JAR file's manifest. The manifest is a special file that can contain information about the files packaged in a JAR file. By tailoring this "meta" information that the manifest contains, you enable the JAR file to serve a variety of purposes. This post will explain the contents of the manifest file and show you how to work with it, with examples for the basic features:

(English) How to create an Executable Jar File

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