How to remove images from my plugin page in WP Directory?

I can’t understand why, but I can’t rid of old (unnecessary) screenshots of my plugin in WP Directory.

I’ve remove assets folder from each version in tags, remove assets folder from trunk, made commit, but on the plugin’s page on WP Directory those images still here.

If I hover cursor over some unnecessary image – I’ll see hash of commit which firstly contain this image. How to rid of this image?

How do I edot this texconv “IMGtoBC3.bat” file so it “READS FROM & PRESERVES the directory structure when writing the “resulting” dds files

Like the title says:

How do I edot this texconv "IMGtoBC3.bat" file so it "READS FROM & PRESERVES the directory structure when writing the "resulting" dds files?

I have a large folder/sub-folders with many tiff’s that "have the same file name" divided up into "sets".

These dds files are for custom textures in a unity game, file naming is a forced event, but "sorted/selected" by folder.

I have about 3000 file sets ready to convert and I’m not doing them 1 by 1 in Nvidia tool (I hope) and AMD tool and the game have a MAJOR conflict (its as a no go)

BONUS points to anyone that could show me this "bat" file using unity’s new tree of "CRUNCH" cmd line dds compressor/encoder. Suggestions of other tools: I have tested over 50 apps, for my needs its: Nvidia, texconv and then crunch in level of quality/support


ECHO OFF Setlocal EnableDelayedExpansion  ::Variables SET @FORMAT=BC3_UNORM SET @InputFolder=%~dp0Input_IMG_TO_BC3\ SET @OutputFolder=%~dp0Output_DXT5_BC3\ SET @TEXCONVEXE=%~dp0texconv.exe SET @TEXCONVEXE02=%~dp0texconv.exe :: Check for texconv.exe IF EXIST "%@TEXCONVEXE%" SET @TEXCONVEXE=1 IF "%@TEXCONVEXE%"=="1" GOTO EXESTATE_1  :EXESTATE_0 TITLE - ERROR! texconv.exe not found!!! COLOR 04 ECHO: && ECHO: && ECHO: ECHO                 === ERROR! texconv.exe not found!=== ECHO: ECHO     Install Path: "%~dp0texconv.exe" ECHO: ECHO    The script needs texconv.exe in order to work properly. ECHO: ECHO    Please make sure texconv.exe is in: "%~dp0"  ECHO: && ECHO:  GOTO CONT01   :EXESTATE_1 TITLE - Texconv.exe found!!! COLOR 0A  ECHO: && ECHO: && ECHO: ECHO                 [ texconv.exe Is Installed! ] ECHO: ECHO     "%~dp0texconv.exe" ECHO: GOTO CONT00 :CONT01 ECHO: && ECHO: ECHO        Please copy/move the missing texconv.exe executable to where the script needs it to be and refresh this window. ECHO: :CONT00 IF "%@TEXCONVEXE%"=="1" GOTO START ECHO: && ECHO: && ECHO     [Press any key to refresh the window] && PAUSE>NUL GOTO SetTexConvPath  :START  :: Customize CMD Window TITLE HumanStuff TexConv Batch Directory Script v1.0.2 PROMPT $  G COLOR 04 CLS  :: Make The Folders IF NOT EXIST "%@InputFolder%" MKDIR "%@InputFolder%" IF NOT EXIST "%@OutputFolder%" MKDIR "%@OutputFolder%"  ::Run TexConv.exe ::-srgb was added because PNG images were getting high contrast colors ::Sorry about the messy code but this was harder to do than it sounds  FOR /R "%@InputFolder%" %%i IN (*.*) DO ( set word=%@OutputFolder% set str=%%~dpi CALL :REPLACESTRING SET @IFOL=!@OSTRING! CALL :MKFOL SET @ISTRING=%%i CALL :TexConv01 )  PAUSE GOTO SCRIPTEND  :MKFOL IF NOT EXIST "%@IFOL%" (     MKDIR "%@IFOL%" ) GOTO SCRIPTEND  :TexConv01 IF NOT "%@LOGO%"=="" SET @LOGO=-nologo "%@TEXCONVEXE02%" %@LOGO% -srgb -nogpu -pow2 -vflip -if triangle -bc u -f %@FORMAT% "%@ISTRING%" -o "%@OSTRING%" -y ECHO: SET @LOGO=  GOTO SCRIPTEND  :REPLACESTRING call set str=%%str:%@InputFolder%=%word%%% set @OSTRING=!str:~0,-1! GOTO SCRIPTEND  :SCRIPTEND ``` 

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This website has good prospects for development

How is it monetized?
Adsense or other network ads

Does this site come with any social media accounts?

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What is the most efficient way to turn a list of directory path strings into a tree?

I’m trying to find out the most efficient way of turning a list of path strings into a hierarchical list of hash maps tree using these rules:

  • Node labels are delimited/split by ‘/’
  • Hash maps have the structure:
{     label: "Node 0",     children: [] } 
  • Node labels are also keys, so for example all nodes with the same label at the root level will be merged

So the following code:

[     "Node 0/Node 0-0",     "Node 0/Node 0-1",     "Node 1/Node 1-0/Node 1-0-0" ] 

Would turn into:

[     {         label: "Node 0",         children: [             {                 label: "Node 0-0",                 children: []             },             {                 label: "Node 0-1",                 children: []             },         ]     },     {         label: "Node 1",         children: [             {                 label: "Node 1-0",                 children: [                     {                         label: "Node 1-0-0",                         children: []                     },                 ]             },         ]     }, ] 

PDA Directory Listing – Why Are They So Hard to Find?

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This is the manner by which the webpage brings in cash and doesn’t really give you access to any retrogressive telephone indexed lists yet may just duplicate bits of data from different locales and show on their site.Watch out for spam sites that deceive you with incorrect data basically to get you to tap on advertisements showed on the website. There are in reality more locales like this that there are dependable converse and in reverse telephone directories.You can look from telephone number utilizing an internet searcher like Google. Most business list their telephone numbers somebody on the web and even individuals can will in general post their number on person to person communication locales like MySpace or Facebook.

Visualizing a directory structure as a tree map of rectangles

There’s this nice tool called WinDirStat which lets you scan a directory and view files in a rectangular tree map. It looks like this:


The size of each block is related to the file size, and blocks are grouped by directory and coloured distinctly according to the top level directory. I’d like to create a map like this in Mathematica. First I get some file names in the tree of my Mathematica installation and calculate their sizes:

fassoc = FileSystemMap[FileSize, File[$  InstallationDirectory], Infinity, IncludeDirectories -> False]; 

Level Infinity ensures it traverses the whole tree. I could also add 1 to ensure the association is flattened, but I want the nesting so I can assign total sizes per directory.

I can find the total size which I’ll need to use to scale the rectangles:

QuantityMagnitude[Total[Cases[fassoc, Quantity[_, _], Infinity]], "Bytes"] 

My idea is to recursively apply this total. In theory I could use this to do something like this with a tree graph and weight the vertices by size, but I want to convert this into a map of rectangles like in WinDirStat. While the colour is obvious – each level 1 association and all its descendants gets a RandomColor[] – I’m not sure how I should go about positioning the rectangles in a Graphics. Any ideas?

Selling a UK Business Directory with over 3.2m listings

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It has been built from the ground up with a focus on SEO, the website has been optimised professionally by myself with nearly 10 years of experience in SEO. It is being indexed well by Google with nearly 70k monthly impressions in Google, this number has been growing monthly.

The website has yet to be monetised but easily has the ability…

Selling a UK Business Directory with over 3.2m listings

Prevent directory traversal vulnerability in bash script

How can I prevent directory traversal attacks in a bash script, where arguments contain directory names?


$  STAGE=$  1 $  APP=$  2 dist/ /opt/apps/"$  STAGE"/"$  APP" 

The $ STAGE and $ APP variables are set from outside. An attacker could change this to an arbitrary path with "..".

I know the usual solution is to compare the directory string with the result of a function that returns the absolute path. But I couldn’t find a ready solution and don’t want to come up with my own.