|Related to : Slim Framework: create reference to raw post/get and run custom escape function|
|Create or update function of realm framework not working in iOS|
It doesn't look like you are setting the categoryID property on your
objects. This would cause all of them to use the same primary key and
overwrite the same object when using createOrUpdate
To debug and step into the Realm code you will probably need to build
|Escape invalid XML with XSL, or otherwise create valid XML|
The usual work flow with XSLT is parsing an XML input document with an
XML parser into a tree of nodes the XSLT operates on and generates a
result tree which can be serialized as XML or HTML or plain text.
There are some tool chains which allow you to plug in an HTML parser
in the first step to parse HTML into a tree of nodes. Your example is
neither well-formed XML nor HTML. So in general you wil
|Is the lvalue reference return of a member function of a temporary object a dangling reference?|
Yes, kk is a dangling reference and pp is a dangling pointer. The
temporary produced by CBase() only exists for the duration of the full
expression in which it appears. Note that it is still valid to have a
pointer or reference refer to this object, as long as their lifetime
is bound to the expression as well.
Since kk and pp still exist after the full expression, this is not the
case. Using kk a
|CocoaPods How to add a custom Subclass of a Framework in a Podfile to a CocoaPods framework|
You definitely don't want to be creating subclasses where your
CocoaPods are because it could lead to problems when you're
installing/updating the pods. Keep the subclass in your own project
(after all, it is your own file, not theirs).
|grails: How to derive custom views while keeping generated ones for reference|
There's no particular reason why you need to create your own
controllers, why not just add additional actions into the scaffolded
controllers and have them render views with different names to the
scaffolded views. Then your custom actions/views can happily co-exist
with those created by scaffolding.