PHP charset/encoding FAQ - Kore Nordmann - PHP / Projects / Politics By Kore Nordmann, first published at Fri, 30 May 2008 09:10:32 +0200 General What is the difference between unicode and UTF-8/UTF-16/...? Unicode is a charset, which means just a set of characters, which says nothing about how the characters are actually stored (mapped to bytes). UTF-8 / UTF-16 / ... are encodings which define how a character is mapped to bytes in a string or byte array. Contributing to Django Django is a community that lives on its volunteers. As it keeps growing, we always need more people to help others. As soon as you learn Django, you can contribute in many ways: Join the django-users mailing list and answer questions. This mailing list has a huge audience, and we really want to maintain a friendly and helpful atmosphere. If you’re new to the Django community, you should read the posting guidelines.Join the #django IRC channel on Freenode and answer questions.
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20 best Chrome extensions Part of Google Chrome's appeal lies in its minimal interface, free from stacks of toolbars and rows of icon shortcuts. At the same time, the right extension can improve your Web experience without ruining the browser's stripped-down style. Here we pick out our favourite 20 extensions for Chrome, listed in no particular order of preference. All of these extensions can be found on the Chrome Web Store -- bear in mind that you can sync Chrome extensions across multiple machines if you want to, via the Personal Stuff page of the Settings tab.
Concurrent Versions System - Removing directories In concept, removing directories is somewhat similar to removing files--you want the directory to not exist in your current working directories, but you also want to be able to retrieve old releases in which the directory existed. The way that you remove a directory is to remove all the files in it. You don't remove the directory itself; there is no way to do that. Instead you specify the ‘-P’ option to cvs update or cvs checkout, which will cause CVS to remove empty directories from working directories. (Note that cvs export always removes empty directories.) Probably the best way to do this is to always specify ‘-P’; if you want an empty directory then put a dummy file (for example ‘.keepme’) in it to prevent ‘-P’ from removing it.
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Google Videos MoreEven more from Google Sign in Videos Privacy Terms Settings Advertising Business About 15 Best Google Chrome Security Extensions By Jay Garmon Google Chrome is already the safest web browser on the market, but when it comes to security you can never be too careful. We’ve compiled 15 Chrome extensions that lock down Google’s browser tighter than Fort Knox. Some of these extensions will sound familiar to readers of our Internet Safety Guide or our original list of must-have Chrome extensions. They haven’t gotten less useful, but if security and online privacy are your primary concerns, the additional extensions listed below will help you surf even safer. 1.