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Build products are named using one of the following templates: sqlite-product-version.tar.gz sqlite-product-date.zipTemplates (1) and (2) are used for source-code products. Template (1) isused for generic source-code products and templates (2) is used for source-codeproducts that are generally only useful on unix-like platforms. Template (3)is used for precompiled binaries products. Template (4) is used forunofficial pre-release "snapshots" of source code.The version is encoded so that filenames sort in order ofincreasing version number when viewed using "ls". For version 3.X.Y thefilename encoding is 3XXYY00. For branch version 3.X.Y.Z, the encoding is3XXYYZZ.The date in template (4) is of the form: YYYYMMDDHHMMFor convenient, script-driven extraction of the downloadablefile URLs and associated information, an HTML comment is embeddedin this page's source. Its first line (sans leading tag) reads:Download product data for scripts to readIts subsequent lines comprise a CSV table with this column header:PRODUCT,VERSION,RELATIVE-URL,SIZE-IN-BYTES,SHA3-HASHThe column header and following data lines have no leading space.The PRODUCT column is a constant value ("PRODUCT") for convenientregular expression matching. Other columns are self-explanatory.This format will remain stable except for possible new columnsappended to the right of older columns.Source Code RepositoriesThe SQLite source code is maintained in three geographically-dispersedself-synchronizingFossil repositories that areavailable for anonymous read-only access. Anyone can view the repository contents and download historical versionsof individual files or ZIP archives of historical check-ins.You can also clone the entire repository.

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A script project represents a collection of files and resources inGoogle Apps Script, sometimes referred to simply as "a script". A script projecthas one or more script files which can either be code files (having a .gsextension) or HTML files (a .html extension). You can also includeJavaScript and CSS in HTML files.

To use the jQuery CDN, just reference the file in the script tag directly from the jQuery CDN domain. You can get the complete script tag, including Subresource Integrity attribute, by visiting and clicking on the version of the file that you want to use. Copy and paste that tag into your HTML file.

I need to write a similar script, that would outline the texts in documents with respect to all the artifacts the usual outline does (missing underlines etc.) and I was looking for any clues I can find.

You can use Relativity scripts to create and execute flexible SQL-based scripts to customize and augment Relativity functionality. Scripts are Relativity artifacts. This means they have the same features as standard Relativity objects, allowing them to be secured and audited.

Because the same documents you removed were part of at least two separate dtSearch indexes you set up for reviewers, you now need to perform an incremental build on those indexes, as well as any others you may have altered when you performed the mass delete. There's a script for that called dtSearch Index Auto Incremental Build. You go to the Scripts tab, find it in the Relativity Script Library, and run it.

When upgrading, your personally created existing scripts must be tested and revalidated before you run them. The only exception to this is Relativity Library scripts, which are automatically updated with any changes affecting the new version.

  • Script Type - select Select from Script Library to choose from a list of predefined Relativity scripts. The Script Library tab is created when Relativity is deployed. Note that this is the only option available for the Script Type field if the AllowAddOrEditScripts instance setting is set to its default value of False.

  • Relativity Script - select the script from the script library.

  • Relativity Applications - associates the script with an application created on the Relativity Applications tab. All existing applications are available when you click the ellipsis. This is only available for those who have the Manage Relativity Applications permission under Admin Operations. For information on applications, see the Applications GuideFor information on applications, see the Applications Guide

  • Script Type - select Create New Workspace Script.

  • Relativity Applications - associates the script with an application created on the Relativity Applications tab. All existing applications are available when you click the ellipsis. This is only available for those who have the Manage Relativity Applications permission under Admin Operations. For information on applications, see the Applications GuideFor information on applications, see the Applications Guide

  • Script Body - enter the script code into this area. For information on how to format a Relativity script, see Script properties on our Relativity Developers site. see Script properties on our Relativity Developers site.

A101 Tampermonkey is a browser extension. A browser extension is a small software program that extends the functionality of a web browser. These extensions are designed to add specific features or functionality to the browser, such as ad blocking, password management or, in this case, userscript injection.

One common feature of browser extensions is the ability to add an icon next to the URL in the browser's address bar (). In some browsers you have to manually pin the icon to see it all the time. Clicking on the icon opens a popup menu, which provides information about the running scripts and a link to open the extension settings.

Finally the options page allows to configure Tampermonkey and manage your userscripts. The first tab shows all installed scripts. Click at the script name to edit and setup your scripts. ( video tutorial)

In the Tampermonkey dashboard, click on the "Add a new script" button. This will open a new editor window where you can write or paste your userscript.Enter the code for your userscript in the editor window. Make sure to include the correct metadata at the top of the script, as this is required for Tampermonkey to recognize it. The metadata should include the @name, @match and @description fields, which specify the name of the script and the URL pattern that it should run on.

Once you have entered your userscript code, click on the "Save" button to save it. Your userscript will now appear in the list of installed scripts in the Tampermonkey dashboard. ( video tutorial)

Now you can select i.e. a entry from the "Original includes" section (2) and add them as exclude by clicking at "Add as User excludes" (3).The entry now appears at the "user excludes" section (5) and the script will not run at this page anymore.

If you want to make a script run at a page it originally shouldn't you have to use the "Original excludes" section (4).Again select a entry, click a the button bellow the section and the entry will appear at "User includes".

A106 Import and export of scripts is pretty simple. Just go to TM's Dashboard/Options page. If you see a 'Utilities' tab then go there, otherwise set the 'Config Mode' to either 'Beginner' or 'Advanced' in order to see it.At this tab there are different sections depending on your Tampermonkey version and browser support:

A203 Tampermonkey checks whether HTTP headers like "user-agent" or "referer" can be modified by userscripts. If now another extension like a user agent spoofer or an script blocker like ScriptNo modifies this request too the warning is displayed. This should not occur that often when the option "Allow HTTP headers to be modified by scripts" is set to "Yes" (Default) or even never if it is set to "No".

A207 In order to solve the issue described above at Q206 Chrome now tries to automatically correct any corruption by removing corrupted parts.Depending on the severity of the corruption it might restore some data, otherwise the database is just empty.Since this can also affect Tampermonkey's data it tries to detect this process and notify you of the possible loss of all or some settings and scripts.

A208 This is caused by a bug in Chromium that causes Tampermonkey's content scripts to run in the wrong order.Unfortunately the order matters and due to timing constraints it is not possible to wait longer for the other content script than already done.This bug "only" happens when the extension is updated from a previous stable version lower than 4.18.To fix the issue simply:

A300 any other chrome extension that has https and http access!This includes extensions like AdBlock, ScriptSafe, Avast Online Security and due to the fact that it is not displayed explicitly when they are downloaded, any userscript that is installed as native Chrome extension.

If you're interested in this, you can find the access information a the right column of every extension at the Chrome store by searching for "This extension can access".Tampermonkey needs to be able to run at every page, because it doesn't know at what pages your userscripts will run and therefore needs to be able to inject them into every page.

But you're right, userscripts and extensions can harm your privacy and your computer.Nevertheless I think more evil is that Chrome does not display at what pages a userscript wants to run on when install it is installed as native extension.From this point of view Tampermonkey even can bring you some security back, at least if you believe me, that I'm not interested in any of your data.If not, you can open the console (Ctrl-Shift-J) and choose the network tab to investigate what network communication is done. :) 350c69d7ab


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