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How to flatten SVG files


How to flatten SVG files

By : user258351
Date : November 17 2020, 04:28 AM
I wish this helpful for you At the moment the icons have layers of black and white paths. You are going to need to use the "merge paths" feature of Illustrator or Inkscape to make the white (or black) paths into holes where appropriate. I think this is pretty much going to be a manual task. You could write a script to help with some of the work, but I suspect you would end up needing to fix a large number of the icons afterward anyway.
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Flatten Files in Subfolders on Windows 7 (cmd or PowerShell)

Flatten Files in Subfolders on Windows 7 (cmd or PowerShell)


By : user2899511
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I wish this help you I have a large volume of files organized in a very hierarchical folder structure. In this structure, the file that I care about is always located in the lowest level of the folders. As such, I'd like to flatten the directory so that it's easier to access the files that I care about. However, I'd like to preserve the 2 higher levels (Person & Project) of the folder structure. , I tweaked @ScottC's answer and used the following code:
code :
for /D %%n in (*) do (
    pushd %%n
    for /D %%p in (*) do (
        pushd %%p
        for /r %%f in (*.ppt) do (
            move "%%f" "[ROOT_PATH_THAT_I_WANT]\%%n\%%p".
        )
        popd
    )
    popd
)
Can I flatten out deleted files from a git repository?

Can I flatten out deleted files from a git repository?


By : Bruce Whyne
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
should help you out The git version control system, is a kind of distributed log (with some conceptual similarities to the raft consensus protocol). , Ok - here is the list of things to check:
You can run:
code :
git gc
git count-objects -v
git verify-pack -v .git/objects/pack/pack-*.idx | sort -k3n
How can i flatten rails i18n files

How can i flatten rails i18n files


By : Stephen
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I wish did fix the issue. An extended version can be checked here: https://repl.it/Dg4U/0
When you ask for a translation I18n gives you the content, or a Hash.
code :
I18n.t('.') # The root element
results = []

def squash(previous_key = '', h)
  h.each do |key,value|
    this_key = "#{previous_key}.#{key.to_s}"
    if value.is_a? Hash
      squash(this_key, value) 
    elsif value.is_a? Array
      results << "#{this_key}: #{value.inspect}"
    else
      results << "#{this_key}: #{value}"
    end
  end 
end

squash 'en', I18n.t('.')
Gulp copy and flatten files & folders

Gulp copy and flatten files & folders


By : Sal Atmospheric
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
With these it helps The solution was to use gulp-flatten.
code :
var flatten = require("gulp-flatten");

gulp.task("create-artifacts", function () {
    return gulp
        .src("./components/*/assets/**/*")
        .pipe(flatten({ includeParents: -1 }))
        .pipe(gulp.dest("./artifacts"));
});
Jenkins Artifactory Plugin + Maven Flatten plugin + rtMavenDeployer. Is there a way to deploy flatten pom files?

Jenkins Artifactory Plugin + Maven Flatten plugin + rtMavenDeployer. Is there a way to deploy flatten pom files?


By : Avenger18_Mikhail
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
should help you out Using Artifactory plugin for Jenkins pipeline is a bliss, just follow the docs and you are good. But then I introduced Maven Flatten plugin to resolve the pom.xml files for parent and submodules mvn flatten:flatten. The only thing I didn't got to work was the Maven deployer step to pickup the flatten pom files (.flatten-pom.xml) instead of original ones. I wonder if there is a way to specify that on deployer. A workaround may be using mnv deploy if repository is set in the pom file, but that overlaps Artifactory plugin, which is very convenient. Did someone had to deal with this already? , In rtMavenRun stage, you can set the parent pom name:
code :
rtMavenRun (
    ...
    pom: 'flatten-pom.xml',
    ...
)
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