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How to enable auto complete for git commands and branches on Mac OSX terminal / Command line

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If you want to enable tab auto complete at the command line on Mac OSX terminal, there is a handy auto-completion script you can use. Using git-completion script to enable auto complete for GIT commands Download and save the git-completion script to your home directory curl -o ~/.git-completion.bash Then open the .bash_profile file

Adding dynamic classes to your custom WordPress widgets

I recently released an ad management plugin for WordPress called “Easy AdSense Ads & Scripts Manager“. In this plugin we have a custom widget with option to remove the padding and borders (if any) added by the theme. I did not think much before implementing this feature and was expecting WordPress to have some kind of hook

error: command ‘cc’ failed with exit status 1; Can’t install PIL, Pillow, MySql and other packages in Mavericks.

If you are getting the following error when installing python packages using PIP or easy_install, don’t worry. You have come to the right place for solution. First make sure you have developer tools installed. You can install them by executing the following command in terminal xcode-select –install The clang errors are due to changes introduced in

2 Common errors while setting up phpMyAdmin on Mac OSX

You might encounter the following two errors while installing phpMyAdmin on OSX Login without password is forbidden by the configuration ( See AllowNoPassword ) #2002 can not login tot the MySQL server Here are the fixes for the above two errors. 1. Open phpMyAdmin configuration located at (phpMyAdmin Folder)/ and change $cfg[‘Servers’][$i][‘AllowNoPassword’] = False; to

Django | Set the defulat ordering rule for queries in the models

Though we can specify order explicitly in queries like below Posts.objects.order_by(‘published’) it is repetitive and most of the times we will want to order by a particular field. We can specify the order in the models like this class Post(models.Model): title = models.CharField(max_length=140) content = models.TextField() published = models.DateTimeField() def __unicode__(self): return self.title class Meta: