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  1. Complex bash logic structures (if, case, etc.) in Travis CI

    05.25 / 02:02 midwesternmac.com Midwesternmac.com - Technology
    Travis CI's documentation often mentions the fact that it can call out to shell scripts in your repository, and recommends anything more complicated than a command or two (maybe including a pipe or something) be placed in a separate shell script. But there are times when it's a lot more convenient to just keep the Travis CI-specific logic inside my repositories' .travis.yml file. As it turns out, YAML is well-suited to, basically, inlining shell scripts. YAML's literal scalar indicator…
  2. Drupal VM does Docker

    05.24 / 14:19 midwesternmac.com Midwesternmac.com - Technology
    Drupal VM has used Vagrant and (usually) VirtualBox to run Drupal infrastructure locally since its inception. But ever since Docker became 'the hot new thing' in infrastructure tooling, I've been asked when Drupal VM will convert to using Docker. The answer to that question is a bit nuanced; Drupal VM has been using Docker to run its own integration tests for over a year (that's how I run tests on seven different OSes using Travis CI). And technically, Drupal VM's core components have…
  3. AirPort Extreme showing 'Device Not Found'? Here's a fix

    05.24 / 00:45 midwesternmac.com Midwesternmac.com - Technology
    If you've had an AirPort Extreme for a while, and recently (within the past year or two) had it go missing from your network (when you open AirPort Utility you get 'Device Not Found'), there's a good chance you ran into the same issue I did. Basically, everything was running great, then one day around August 2016, my Extreme disappeared from the network—even though it was routing Internet traffic for all the devices in my house just as good as ever! The fix? Open AirPort utility (it will …