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  1. Nov 2022
    1. That’s fine and dandy if you’re running in production and have a publicly accessible address such as your domain name but what about during development?You can’t just tell Stripe to access http://localhost because that address isn’t publicly accessible to the internet.
    2. When developing real world applications you tend to run into certain road blocks such as:How do I test webhooks locally?How can I show a demo of my site to a client?How can I develop a web app that uses subdomains on localhost?How can I test Let’s Encrypt without a domain name?
  2. Apr 2021
    1. because while dealing with interactive programs one often come across numerous hidden traps which doesn’t usually happen with ordinary sh-scripts. Though fortunately or may be not, but most of these problems generally turn up within first five minutes of the work under the script. The symptoms typically look like that author can’t pass the authentication from the script.
    2. Really you are not the first to run into such a problem
  3. Feb 2021
  4. Apr 2020
    1. If all you want to do is print the results you might be used to leaving out the -print action. You generally don't want to do that when using -prune.
    2. +1 finally found out why I need -print at end, I can now stop adding \! -path <pattern> in addition to -prune
  5. Dec 2016