Can the Living Shadow Exploit follow across realms?

After looking at DTD 169, I did not see anything that would prevent this power from going across realms. My ST usually doesn’t let us take powers across certain realms (such as the Hedge). Is there any rule that says you can’t use this and follow someone into Shadow or the Underworld as long as there are shadows cast?

Is there a rule about buffs (mage armor for example) following you into different realms in any of the books? (CoD core, MtA, etc.)

weird question regarding commits and a game I follow

im not sure if this is correct place to post so i apoligize in advance, please direct me to a better place if so.

So I follow this game called Rust very closely and check their commits page daily. to make a long story short, the devs of the game have been marking some certain commits as “hidden” on their website which has led to much speculation. while on reddit discussing this, i came across somebody who told me he knew what these commits are, and told me some of them. sure enough about a week later the same things he mentioned regarding those hidden commits were unveiled by the devs, which confirmed he does in fact know something, and he definitely isnt a dev or anybody who works closely to the devs, hes a random redditor who speaks very broken english. after practically begging him to figure out how he knows this and him denying my request over and over again, he left me with a simple ominous message: ” you can do it too just figure it out its not that hard.”

ive since tried to inspect element multiple times, googled searched over and over again, and tried downloading some software but to no avail. i cant figure out how to unveil these hidden commits whatsover, although there does seem to be some way. i was hoping maybe one of you guys knew how he may have accomplished this. thanks in advance.

if it matters, the devs of the game use Plastic SCM for their version control, not Git. game runs on Unity/C#. also, heres the link to their commits page, scroll down to friday may 10th and youll see 2 commits marked hidden. if youd like to try yourself. https://rust.facepunch.com/commits/2

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How does $E$ closed follow from the upper semicontinuity of the spectrum?

Let $ f$ be an analytic function for a domain $ D$ of $ \mathbb{C}$ into a Banach algebra $ A$ . Suppose that, for all $ \lambda \in D$ , $ \text{Sp}f(\lambda)$ is finite or a sequence converging to $ 0$ . Suppose that $ \mu \neq 0$ and $ \mu \in \text{Sp}f(\lambda_0)$ for some $ \lambda_0 \in D$ .

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Way to hide logic behind class for better readability of method and refactor class to follow SRP

I have an algorithm to create a version for an entity and then I save that version against below 2 entity:

1) Variant

2) Category

interface IEntityVersion {     string GetVersion(); }  public class EntityVersion : IEntityVersion {     public string GetVersion()     {         return null;     } }  public interface IVariant {     void Process(Variant model, string connectionString); }  public abstract class BaseVariant : IVariant {     private readonly IEntityVersion _entityVersion = new EntityVersion();      public void Process(Variant model, string connectionString)     {         try         {             Transform();             string variantVersion = _entityVersion.GetVersion();             using (var myConnection = new SqlConnection(connectionString))             {                 myConnection.Open();                 using (var transaction = myConnection.BeginTransaction())                 {                     try                     {                         VariantRepo.UpdateVariantVersion(                           myConnection,                           transaction, model.VariantId, variantVersion);                          CategoryRepo.UpdateCategoryVariantMapping(                                      myConnection,                                      transaction, model.CategoryId, variantVersion);                          transaction.Commit();                     }                     catch (Exception)                     {                         transaction.Rollback();                         DeleteStep1Data();                     }                 }             }         }         catch (Exception)         {             //log error         }     }      protected abstract void DeleteStep1Data();     protected abstract void Transform(); }  public class Variant {     public int VariantId { get; set; }     public int CategoryId { get; set; } }  public class VariantRepo {     public static void UpdateVariantVersion(SqlConnection sqlConnection,         SqlTransaction transaction, int variantId, string version)     {         //save logic here     } }  public class CategoryRepo {     public static void UpdateCategoryVariantMapping(SqlConnection sqlConnection,         SqlTransaction transaction, int categoryId, string version)     {         //save logic here     } } 

I have 2 derived types(AggregateCalculator and AdditionCalculator) each having their own implementation of Transform and DeleteStep1Data methods.

public class AggregateCalculator : BaseVariant {     protected override void DeleteStep1Data() // Is it violating SRP ?     {         throw new NotImplementedException();     }      protected override void Transform()     {         throw new NotImplementedException();     } }  public class AdditionCalculator : BaseVariant {     protected override void DeleteStep1Data()// Is it violating SRP ?     {         throw new NotImplementedException();     }      protected override void Transform()     {         throw new NotImplementedException();     } } 

I feel like the Process method is doing too much work and if it would be possible to hide version saving related logic behind the EntityVersion class so that the Process method looks simple.

Step1 and Step2 are in sync so that if there is an error in Step2, I call the DeleteStep1Data method to delete all the data saved in Step1.

Also I feel like my 2 derived classes AggregateCalculator and AdditionCalculator are handling more than 1 responsibility, i.e. running a transformation and also deleting the data stored during the transformation process, although I am not sure if this is true or not.

Is there a possibility to refactor above code to improve readability and handle SRP ?

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Way to hide logic behind class for better readability of method and refactor class to follow SRP

I have an algorithm to create a version for an entity and then I save that version against below 2 entity:

1) Variant

2) Category

interface IEntityVersion {     string GetVersion(); }  public class EntityVersion : IEntityVersion {     public string GetVersion()     {         return null;     } }  public interface IVariant {     void Process(Variant model, string connectionString); }  public abstract class BaseVariant : IVariant {     private readonly IEntityVersion _entityVersion = new EntityVersion();      public void Process(Variant model, string connectionString)     {         try         {             Transform();             string variantVersion = _entityVersion.GetVersion();             using (var myConnection = new SqlConnection(connectionString))             {                 myConnection.Open();                 using (var transaction = myConnection.BeginTransaction())                 {                     try                     {                         VariantRepo.UpdateVariantVersion(                           myConnection,                           transaction, model.VariantId, variantVersion);                          CategoryRepo.UpdateCategoryVariantMapping(                                      myConnection,                                      transaction, model.CategoryId, variantVersion);                          transaction.Commit();                     }                     catch (Exception)                     {                         transaction.Rollback();                         DeleteStep1Data();                     }                 }             }         }         catch (Exception)         {             //log error         }     }      protected abstract void DeleteStep1Data();     protected abstract void Transform(); }  public class Variant {     public int VariantId { get; set; }     public int CategoryId { get; set; } }  public class VariantRepo {     public static void UpdateVariantVersion(SqlConnection sqlConnection,         SqlTransaction transaction, int variantId, string version)     {         //save logic here     } }  public class CategoryRepo {     public static void UpdateCategoryVariantMapping(SqlConnection sqlConnection,         SqlTransaction transaction, int categoryId, string version)     {         //save logic here     } } 

I have 2 derived types(AggregateCalculator and AdditionCalculator) each having their own implementation of Transform and DeleteStep1Data methods.

public class AggregateCalculator : BaseVariant {     protected override void DeleteStep1Data() // Is it violating SRP ?     {         throw new NotImplementedException();     }      protected override void Transform()     {         throw new NotImplementedException();     } }  public class AdditionCalculator : BaseVariant {     protected override void DeleteStep1Data()// Is it violating SRP ?     {         throw new NotImplementedException();     }      protected override void Transform()     {         throw new NotImplementedException();     } } 

I feel like the Process method is doing too much work and if it would be possible to hide version saving related logic behind the EntityVersion class so that the Process method looks simple.

Step1 and Step2 are in sync so that if there is an error in Step2, I call the DeleteStep1Data method to delete all the data saved in Step1.

Also I feel like my 2 derived classes AggregateCalculator and AdditionCalculator are handling more than 1 responsibility, i.e. running a transformation and also deleting the data stored during the transformation process, although I am not sure if this is true or not.

Is there a possibility to refactor above code to improve readability and handle SRP ?