I do not notice this issue when I try to use the
npm from emacs eshell.
I found that the
npm can be found from bash in
iTerm2 but cannot be found from emacs eshell.
Then I notice that the emacs do not sync the interal
PATH with what you can check from
My emacs is mainly using
git submodule to organise the packages. I do not use any package management for my emacs currently. But recently, i lose the
evil package git repository access. That makes me to really the potential issue about
git-submodule. Meanwhile, I found the
git-subtree, so i decide to move all my packages from
After deploy the asp.net web api application, I found that when a error (exception) occurs, the return message would only be
But when in local debug, the message would be more detail:
Azure Service Bus, there is many things you need understand, I will talk something specific about about concurrent reader on consumer group.
In common C# Unit test, we always meet the problem that our final application is depending on many 3rd party or system references. But for unit test, we need to separate and control the dependency libraries behaviour. One of the solution will be
Here let me talk about Microsoft Fake , and how to unit test your application which depends on many system or other references.
Just register a new domain name from godaddy, so this blog will use this new domain name as long as I can.
I have to say that the
git hub page custom domain manual is really unclear. And thanks for that someone could give more detail.
About how to setup godaddy, here is good reference article.
Here is the list of common hexo workflow commands.
I think the hexo + next theme configuration should be almost done.
It takes 2 days for all the configuration and I have to say that this should be quick enough for a self build static blog.
Enable most of the feature for Next theme, which is really a good theme.
Let’s have a new start.