Tag Archives: Windows

Tool for coding patterns into Visual Studio.

Coding patterns change over the years and most common are Pascal Case and Camel Case.
What is this patterns? The simple way: PascalCase means the first char should be capitalized, while camelCase means the first char should be lowercased.

This tool is a simple visual studio extension and can help you to deal with this type of patterns.
It converts a selected text between snake_case, camelCase and PascalCase.
About snake case (or snake_case) this patterns is the practice of writing compound words or phrases in which the elements are separated with one underscore character (_) and no spaces.
Download it and start install this tool with douoble click.
Under Visual Studio you can use from menu file I.D.E. EditAdvancesConvert Case or use the keys:
Ctrl + Shift + K or Ctrl + Shift + C.
The keys not worked with Visual Studio 2017 just from menu.
Another problem with this tool: you need to select just the word to make change.
If you want to change word cases and order the conversion pattern, set this option from ToolsOptionsCase Converter.
If you select a block of source code the entire source text will be changed.However, it’s the only tool I’ve ever found to solve this problem.
I’ve never worked with visual studio extension. I do not know the security issues that can arise when implementing such a tool in your I.D.E.

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Network and Windows – firefox browser and socks.

This tutorial will explain to you how it works the SOCKS and Firefox browser.
Open one firefox tab with about:config to see the network.proxy.socks_remote_dns value.
If you wan to route your DNS requests through the SOCKS, you’ll need to turn it on.
But because you don’t need to use that then you need to keep to false.
This two result of values will be:

This value controls whether DNS lookups for SOCKS v5 clients happen on the client or on the proxy server.
You can read more about the SOCKS here.
NOTE: Because this use proxy term then you need to know also this about proxy:
– the SOCKS server is a general purpose proxy server that establishes a TCP connection to another server on behalf of a client;
– HTTP proxy is similar, and may be used for the same purpose when clients are behind a firewall and are prevented from making outgoing TCP connections to servers outside the firewall;

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Network and Windows – ipconfig command.

This is a short tutorial about the ipconfig command.
This command works with Windows operating system: Windows 10, Windows 8 and some old versions.
You can read all about this command from here.
Let’s start with basics:
– to read short info about your network, just use this:

– to see more info then you need to use this:

– to reset all to default network:

– send one message to release the current DHCP configuration and discard the IP address configuration for either all adapters:

– resets the contents of the DNS client resolver cache, with:

– show us the the contents of the DNS client resolver cache (example: clients.l.Google.com is Google in Mountain View, California, United States.)

If you use old windows versions like Windows Millennium Edition, Windows 98, and Windows 95 then is need to use winipcfg command.

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LibreOffice 5.1.6 available for download.

The apliccation LibreOffice version 5.1.x is safe for production use by most users and enterprises.
Today come with the new released version 5.1.6:
The Document Foundation (TDF) announces LibreOffice 5.1.6, the sixth minor release of the LibreOffice 5.1 family launched in January 2016, targeted at individual users and enterprise deployments. Users of previous LibreOffice releases should start planning the update to the new version.

You can read more about this here.


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Make firefox addon with node.js and jpm – part 001.

Download the npm from nodejs official website.
Run the windows downloaded program and make your testing directory and run the npm:

The next step is to run the instalation of jpm with this:

Will see also the folders where is the new jpm.
To make your addons you need to login into your firefox dev account and take one generate API credentials.
Then run this commands and fill with data the new addon, like you can see in the next example:

I have this files into my folder free-tutorials.org_addons:

The my_user is my user and you will have the name of your user.
Use the next command to build an XPI.

Into this moment the addon is not signed. If you use about:config will see this:
Use this link to submit the addon. You need to upload your XPI file and also to follow the steps from mozilla website.
When you done the you can see your addon.
My default example addon version 0.0.1 can be found here: free-tutorials.org addon.
The addon is not signed yet so will need to set xpinstall.signatures.required to false from about:config if you want to install it.
I will make another tutorial about how to do the signed process.

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