Monthly Archives: October 2012

Adding New VirtualHost in Apache2

On linux Ubuntu 1. If your apache has /etc/apache2/sites-available directory then just create a new file “dev.newwebsite.com.conf” with the following content: 12345678910111213<VirtualHost *:80>     ServerName dev.newwebsite.com     DocumentRoot "/var/www/www.newwebsite.com"     # Error handlers     ErrorDocument 500 … Continue reading

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Memcache test connection script

12345678910111213<?php error_reporting(E_ALL); $memcache = new Memcache; // Connect to memcached server $memcache->connect(’127.0.0.1′, 11211) or die ("Could not connect"); // Add it to memcached server // The parameters are: KEY, VALUE, USE COMPRESSION, EXPIRY IN SECONDS $memcache->set(’MyKey1′, ‘The value of My … Continue reading

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Redis connection test script

1234567891011121314151617181920212223242526<?php require "../predis/autoload.php";  // Update with your location to predis Predis\Autoloader::register(); try {     $redis = new Predis\Client();     // Uncomment the following lines and adjust them accordingly if you have a non-default redis configuration /*     … Continue reading

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Learning Ontario G1 Test through IOS App

Several colleagues of mine produced an app for iPhones and iPad to help people study Ontario G1 driver license test. This app can potentially boost your study in a very cost effective way at $1.99. Take a peak of the … Continue reading

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SVN Tricks in Linux

To show colorized svn diff 1sudo aptitude install colordiff Then on your home directory there is a hidden file called .bashrc. Edit it. 1vim ~/.bashrc Append the following code at the end of the file 1234svndiff() {   svn diff … Continue reading

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Introduction to Logging and Tracing in PHP

If you still tracing variable in php using print_r() or var_dump() then you’ll see them directly in the screen or the web page that you’re working on. This is easy to see, but also prone to problems: What if visitors … Continue reading

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