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💫 Custom attributes via Doc._, Token._ and Span._ by ines · Pull Request #1408 · explosion/spaCy
Related issues and PRs: #1396, #1381, #1085, #1105, #860
The Doc._, Token._ and Span._ allow users to implement their own custom attributes, properties and methods on the built-in objects. The ._ namespace ensures backwards compatibility, prevents conflicts and keeps a nicer separation between built-in and custom methods (see #1381 for details). Extensions can be defined globally with either a default value (mutable), a getter and setter or a method (immutable).
Custom extensions can...
spacy  doc  attributes  custom 
7 days ago by johns
Select an Element with a Non-Empty Attribute | CSS-Tricks
In a perfect world, we'd just remove the data-attribute from the HTML template when there is no value. But a lot of templating languages, on purpose, don't allow logic in them that would help us put-or-not-put that attribute entirely.
fridayfrontend  css  cssbasics  selectors  empty  not  attributes 
8 weeks ago by spaceninja
com.apple.metadata:_kMDItemUserTags - Google Search
Search results for `com.apple.metadata:_kMDItemUserTags` just to see if anything interesting is happening with macOS filesystem tags 🤷🏻‍♂️
search  macos  filesystem  metadata  tagging  tag  attributes  extended  xattrs  files 
9 weeks ago by emory
GitHub - tomeof/citygml-injector
Contribute to tomeof/citygml-injector development by creating an account on GitHub.
simstadt  attributes 
12 weeks ago by black_pignouf
core-notes/april-07.md at master · reactjs/core-notes
Weekly meeting notes from the React core team. Contribute to reactjs/core-notes development by creating an account on GitHub.
properties  attributes 
january 2020 by jimthedev
Copy Recovery Partition to USB or New Hard drive in Windows 10/8/7 - EaseUS
Here step-by-step tutorials on how to copy or remove recovery partition to USB or new hard drive in Windows 10/8/7 is created. Try it to copy hp, dell, asus......recovery partition to bootable USB, another hard drive, SSD or external HDD.
howto  windows  harddrive  partition  manager  attributes  filesystem  directory  sysadmin 
december 2019 by asaltydog
How to Solve C Drive Is Full and Out of Space in Windows 10/8/7 - EaseUS
My C drive is full, how to fix? Here are 3 solutions to you to apply and resolve C drive full issue in Windows 10/8/7. Try provided solutions to fix this issue when your computer prompts low disk space warning because C drive is full and out of disk space.
howto  windows  harddrive  partition  manager  attributes  filesystem  directory  sysadmin 
december 2019 by asaltydog
Move Unallocated Space to the Left, Right or End of A Drive - EaseUS
Here, a step-by-step tutorial is created to guide you to move unallocated space to the left, right, end of the drive, primary partition or next to c drive in Windows 10/8/7XP/Vista. Try it to extend the system or other partitions when extending volume option greyed out in Windows disk management tool.
howto  windows  harddrive  partition  manager  attributes  filesystem  directory  sysadmin  guide 
december 2019 by asaltydog
How to Merge Non-adjacent Partitions in Windows 10 - EaseUS
This page tells you how to merge non-adjacent partitions in Windows 10 using EaseUS partition software by moving a partition. Try it to extend partition with a non-adjacent or non-contiguous unallocated disk space with ease.
howto  windows  harddrive  partition  manager  attributes  filesystem  directory  sysadmin 
december 2019 by asaltydog
Consistent attribute syntax CommonMark Extension
Eventually, the spec should specify a consistent way to add attributes to at least the following elements: headers, images, code blocks (and maybe even tables, block quotes and inline code and quotes). The most important attributes are certainly id (to enable links to those elements) and class (for styling) which might have shortcuts like #myId and .myClass but other attributes (like width and height for images) are useful as well.
Markdown  attributes  CommonMark  extension  syntax  clevermarks 
december 2019 by nhoizey
What You Mean When You Say You Have An Open API (Not OpenAPI)
"In my opinion, the most common thing that “open API” means is open for business. It has almost nothing to do with API access, but if I was to explore what an honest real world bar for what “open API” SHOULD mean, here is a list of things I would consider. First, I’d say that being an open API is not black or white, but more many shades of gray, resulting in a laundry list of things API providers and consumers should be considering when they wield the term."
Discovery - Can I find the API? Is it easy to discover and explore for any potential consumer.
Portal - Is the landing page or portal for the API accessible to the public, allowing me to learn about the API.
Docs - Is there complete, up to date API documentation for the API that is accessibly publicly.
Paths - Do developers have access to all of the paths that are available for the API made available.
Enumerators - As a developer do I have access to all enumerated values that can be used for an API.
Read / Write - Is an API just GET access, or can developers POST, PUT, and DELETE resources.
Media Types - Are there standardized media types in use for each API response from an API.
Sign-Up - Is the signup for the API self-service and allows developers to easily access and complete.
Sign-Up Scope - How much information is required from developers to be able to get access to an API.
Sign-Up Approval - Do developers have to wait for access and be approved before they can obtain keys to access.
Authentication - What is involved with authentication, and is the technical bar set too high for some developers.
Design - Is an API intuitive, easy to understand, and accessible to everyone using it, or is it cryptic and hard to learn.
Consistency - Are API patterns consistent across all APIs, alleviating extra work to put any of the APIs to work.
Rate Limits - What limitations are placed upon developers access to an API, limiting the usage of any individual API.
Rate Ceilings - Are there not just limits, but entire ceilings I cannot overcome at any point in development.
Sandbox - Can developers access all APIs in a sandbox, so you do not have fear of only working with live data.
Status Codes - Are standard HTTP status codes returned allowing for understanding what each response means.
Error Messages - Are there standardized and coherent error messages associated with each API, making things understandable.
Availability - Is there large periods of time when the API is not available for use within applications.
Reliability - Is the availability of the APIs reliable, making it something developers can count on and put to use.
Performance - Is the API performant and something you can actually receive responses in an acceptable time frame.
API License - Is the interface for an API openly licensed so I can confidently integrate and use in my code.
Data License - Is data returned as part of API responses licensed in an open way allowing developers to use.
Code License.- Are the cod made available as part of an API openly license for wide usage within applications.
Usage Costs - Are the costs associated with usage of an API within reasonable ranges for developers.
Cost Increases - Are there regular cost increases that might move an API out of range of access.
Support - Can I get access to support when it comes to accessing and using an API.
Communication - Is there anyone home behind an API helping communicate about what is happening.
Road Map - Is there any visibility into what the future will hold when it comes to the development road map.
Censorship - Is data or content actively being filtered or censored as part of API operations.
Privacy - Is there a privacy policy in place that protects developers and their usage of an API.
Terms of Service - Is there a TOS in place that governs the API, and what are the constraints in place.
Service Level Agreement - Are there any guarantees In place that govern the availability and costs associated with an API.
apis  open  attributes 
december 2019 by earth2marsh

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