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Github Pages site is redirecting all site URLs to the homepage.

[edit: but only after you visit the homepage first!]

Hi Folks,

Sorry if this isn’t the best sub-reddit to ask for help on this topic. I’m open to moving this elsewhere, just not sure where.

My GitHub Pages site is redirecting all links to the homepage. (I thought it was working as-is before, but something has changed.) In particular, it may be that my DNS settings are contributing to this.

To test this… check out a sub-page first. Like this: https://xrvancouver.ca/announcements

Fine, right? Then navigate to the home page. Thereafter, all links in the main menu will proceed to the homepage, even though the URL in the browser is changed.

Ideas?

Thanks !

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How to use GitHub for embedded C/C++ development with VS Code + PlatformIO?

I’m embarrassed that I haven’t been able to figure this out for myself, but all the tutorials I’ve found so far focus too much on the logistics of the UI and don’t really explain a realistic, relevant workflow.

Here’s my situation: I’m a solo developer writing mostly C (a little C++ as I learn) embedded code for an Arduino-like microcontroller (Teensy 4). I recently switched to the Visual Studio Code environment (but I’m far from an expert on that), using the PlatformIO add-on for framework/library management. My largest project contains about 20 source modules and associated header files, and I’m starting to reuse and modify modules for reuse on subsequent projects. The lack of any formal revision control is starting to cause headaches, and that led me to explore Github.

I’m not even sure what questions to ask, but here’s a start:

  1. What are the differences between Github and Github desktop?
  2. Does using Github desktop imply that repositories are stored locally vs. in the cloud? Both?
  3. Should I use one repository per project, or should I create a separate repository for modules that I think will be reused across projects?
  4. Should the fact that I’m using VS Code influence my thinking about how to organize repositories?

Thanks for any help you can provide, including pointing me to articles/tutorials that are actually relevant to my situation.

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LeetHub passes 100K user commits – github + leetcode automation

Hey all,

I just wanted to thank everyone who supported our work, LeetHub – a chrome extension that automatically (200-400ms) pushes your solutions to GitHub after passing all tests on any Leetcode problem.

Earlier today we hit 100K user commits, of whom ~20K are publically available. With over 750 daily-active users using the platform, 1 in 5 leetcode related commits to GitHub (500K+) is generated using LeetHub!!!

Couldn’t be happier with the people using this extension and the open-source team that helped build it 😀

I’d really appreciate your support on GitHub so we can further maintain this project for other folks trying to improve their developer portfolio.

Cheers & happy leetcoding ❤️

GitHub: https://github.com/QasimWani/LeetHub

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GitHub Actions searching still broken for anyone else?

Starting some time yesterday, we started getting incomplete search results when searching for GitHub Actions Jobs. There was an incident yesterday but it’s marked ‘resolved’, but we still get the warning banner “We are having problems searching workflow runs. The results may not be complete.” on the site, and my search results are missing runs that are clearly there, from yesterday.

Is this just me? GitHub support says the incident is resolved, but seems like it’s not…

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GitHub Actions searching still broken for anyone else?

Starting some time yesterday, we started getting incomplete search results when searching for GitHub Actions Jobs. There was an incident yesterday but it’s marked ‘resolved’, but we still get the warning banner “We are having problems searching workflow runs. The results may not be complete.” on the site, and my search results are missing runs that are clearly there, from yesterday.

Is this just me? GitHub support says the incident is resolved, but seems like it’s not…

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Microsoft launches Power Fx, a new open source low-code language

Microsoft today announced Power Fx, a new low-code language that takes its cues from Excel formulas. Power Fx will become the standard for writing logic customization across Microsoft’s own low-code Power Platform, but since the company is open-sourcing the language, Microsoft also hopes that others will implement it as well and that it will become […]