If trailing or unmatched values are important to you, then you can use itertools.zip_longest() instead of zip(). With this function, the missing values will be replaced with whatever you pass to the fillvalue argument (defaults to None). The iteration will continue until the longest iterable is exhausted:
Here, you use itertools.zip_longest() to yield five tuples with elements from letters, numbers, and longest. The iteration only stops when longest is exhausted. The missing elements from numbers and letters are filled with a question mark ?, which is what you specified with fillvalue.
The AWS CLI installer package .zip files are cryptographically signed using PGP signatures. If there is any damage or alteration of the files, this verification fails and you should not proceed with installation.
Download the AWS CLI signature file for the package you downloaded. It has the same path and name as the .zip file it corresponds to, but has the extension .sig. In the following examples, we save it to the current directory as a file named awscliv2.sig.
For a specific version of the AWS CLI, append a hyphen and the version number to the filename. For this example the filename for version 2.0.30 would be awscli-exe-linux-x86_64-2.0.30.zip.sig resulting in the following command:
For a specific version of the AWS CLI, append a hyphen and the version number to the filename. For this example the filename for version 2.0.30 would be awscli-exe-linux-aarch64-2.0.30.zip.sig resulting in the following command:
I just exported my Rise360 course to a SCORM 1.2 .zip file. The final compressed size of the file was over 30 MB. My LMS (Moodle) will only allow uploads less than 20 MB. I already have all of my media elements optimized. Does anyone know any way to reduce the size of the .zip file?
It appears that scenario blocks significantly contribute to the overall output size of your SCORM files. For instance, if you include three-character poses in a scenario block, the final output will contain ALL poses, whether they are used or not. These character images are typically high-definition and can be as large as 1MB, so having 25 poses could result in an additional 30MB. This becomes especially problematic if your course includes multiple scenario blocks, as it can quickly accumulate in size.The workaround, I believe, is to go into the scormcontent/assets folder in the .zip file and delete the unused poses.
Files are compressed using the DEFLATE compression, as described in the "Appnote.txt" file. However, files are stored without compression if they are already compressed. zip/2 and zip/3 check the file extension to determine if the file is to be stored without compression. Files with the following extensions are not compressed: .Z, .zip, .zoo, .arc, .lzh, .arj.
If you selected one file, a ZIP file with the same filename saves to that folder. If you selected multiple files, a ZIP archive named Archive.zip saves to that folder. To change its name, touch and hold on the ZIP archive, then select Rename.
Download the software as a compressed archive (.zip) file from the Sun OpenDS download site. The zip distribution is a stand-alone delivery method to install and to configure a Sun OpenDS Standard Edition server instance. The installation process is simple. Download the zip file, and then extract the contents of this zip file to the location where you want to install the server.
Install the software from the Sun OpenDS Standard Edition Media Kit (part number: DSS99-220C99M9). Copy the zip file (SunOpenDS_SE2.2.zip) from the Media Kit to a writable file system and extract the contents of the file to the location where you want to install the server.
The change history to the Rtools is below.Tools for 64 bit Windows buildsRtools 2.12 and later include both 32 bit and 64 bit tools.Most of the tools used for 32 bit builds work fine as well for 64 bit builds,but the gcc version may be different, and it has changed a number of times. R 3.3.0 and later use a toolchain based on gcc 4.9.3 and mingw-w64 v3, puttogether by Jeroen Ooms and others. See the project page for details. R-patched subsequent to Jan 22, 2012, R-devel, and releases after 2.14.1 used a toolchain based on pre-4.6.3 gcc, put together by Prof. Brian Ripley and available as multi.zip on his web page. Rtools 2.15 to 3.3 includes this toolchain. It uses the same gcc version for both 32 and 64 bit builds. Separate versions of the gdbdebugger are also included for each archtecture.Builds of R 2.13.x and R 2.14.0,1 used a release based on pre-4.5.2 gcc. Rtools 2.14 includesbinaries put together by Prof. Brian Ripley and available from his web page. To install these, select the "MinGW64" component when installing Rtools.For the later R 2.11.x versions, we used the MinGW-w64version based on pre-4.4.4 gcc from Prof. Ripley, which is no longer available.We also used this version for development builds of R 2.12.0 up to July 20.R 2.11.0 used -w64/files/Toolchains%20targetting%20Win64/Automated%20Builds/mingw-w64-1.0-bin_i686-mingw_20100322.zip, but this is apparently no longer availablefor download.To install any of these older versions, follow the instructions on Prof. Ripley's web page.DownloadsThere are a number of downloads described in the "Windows Toolset" appendix.
The iconv.zip internationalization library has beenupdated to version 1.11.The R_Tcl.zip files for Tcl/Tk support have been updated to version 8.4.13.mingw-runtime >= 3.10 is required to build R (a bug fix in the handingof MBCS code is required). This is enforced by a check in buildingRpwd.exe.Our daily builds no longer use the patched version of ld.exe, we use a newerversion of the unpatched utility. We have not tested the new setup on Windows NT4. If you are usingthat OS and the builds do not work, please let us know.Changes since R 2.2.1- The cmp utility is required to build R; a copy has been added to tools.zip [NB: tools.zip is no longer distributed].- There is a bug in the MinGW ld.exe linker utility version 2.16.91 20050827.This bug does not affect the linking method used in R up to 2.2.x, but is likely to affect the method usedin R 2.3.x or higher, making such builds fail to run on Windows NT 4 systems. Our dailybuilds are now using the patched version, but it is not included in the Rtools collection.See the instructions below to obtain and install a copy of the patched version.
Event Master Super Bundle Rev 9.1.0Thank you for using the Event Master series of products. This "Super Bundle"contains all the software you need to run and control the Event Master devices. This bundle is simply a collection of the officially released software currently available as individual downloads.It is highly recommended that all software and firmware contained in this bundlebe used together as these are the versions that have been tested by the factoryto work together on any given system.This bundle includes the following:E2_S3_Ex_IP4K_Rev_9.1.5610.zip - This is the currently released E2/S3/EX/IP4K Firmware
E2_S3_Ex_IP4K_OS_Rev_3.1.1.zip - This is the currently released E2/S3/EX/IP4K Operating System
Event Master Toolset Rev 9.1 (Build 67065) Setup.exe - This is the currently released Event Master Toolset GUI for Windows
EventMaster-9.1.67065-osx-installer.tar.gz - This is the currently released Event Master Toolset GUI for Mac
EventMaster-9.1.67065-linux-x64-installer.tar.gz - This is the currently released Event Master Toolset GUI for Linux
EC-200_Rev_8.2.64229.zip - This is the currently released EC-200 GUI Application
EC-200_OS_Rev_1.2.17.zip - This is the currently released EC-200 Operating System
EC-210_Rev_9.1.67065.zip - This is the currently released EC-210 GUI Application
PDS-4K_Rev_9.1.5555.zip - This is the currently released PDS-4K Firmware
As these are the individual releases for the Event Master devices, each file contains What's New files. Please review these files for more information about the new features contained in these releases. 041b061a72