So, it looks like the CoinMarketCap has changed their site a bit and it breaks the coinmarketcap.py script I wrote back in July. Many thanks to cool007zqw for pointing this out by adding an issue on the repo.
On investigation it looks like CoinMarketCap changed the url to the page which the script was developed for.
The new page is as follows:
Heroku will only deploy code pushed to the master branch of your heroku remote. Knowing this as the only method to push code to your remote is limiting if you want to deploy from a feature branch.
Luckily, Heroku does support pushing a non-master branch with simple change of syntax.
$ git push heroku feature/my-cool-feature:master
Simply tack on the :master and you can push your feature branch or any other branch for that matter.
If you've found this post and are rushing to upgrade a previously installed version of geth on Linux before the hard fork on October 16th here are a quick set of instructions.
The instructions assume you've built your geth from source. If that is the case the following should be helpful.
Make sure to stop your current geth instance. I used the following command:
The command "lein deploy clojars" returned the following error.
Could not sign /Users/brad/work/github/ads-txt-crawler/target/ads-txt-crawler-0.0.6.jar Cannot run program "gpg": error=20, Not a directory See `lein help gpg` for how to set up gpg.
Being on a Mac I used to install gpg
It turns out your Retina MacBook Pro 15" can run beyond the resolutions offered in it's System Preferences. In researching this fact I found that there are a number of third-party utilities that can be used to go beyond your Mac's offered resolutions.
The following utility from avibrazil is a good one and I recommend it. I've been using it for a few days and it works flawlessly with my MacBook as well as an external display.
The first link is to the project itself and the second link is the installable binary dmg file.