stop redirection on /wp-login

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When does the Single Responsibility principal stop? [duplicate]

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Suppose I have a class File that has the ability to perform multiple tasks on that class such as saving, loading, deleting etc…

Could this class break the rule of SRP and should it be broken down into further specific classes such as FileSaver, FileLoader?

Can I think of the Single Responsibility of the class File be ‘To handle files’? At what point do we become too specific or too generic?

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Does JavaScript stop executing script when a Web Assembly function is called?

I am fairly inexperienced with web development and want to put a lot of time into learning JavaScript and Web Assembly because they both seem like extremely powerful tools when used together. When structuring my projects should I assume that the V8 engine will just stop executing code when I run a wasm function from JS, or will they run simultaneously?

Mistake configuring Wacom drivers causes wireless keyboard to stop working

I have an old Bamboo Wacom tablet I got working properly by manually installing the drivers from the Linux Wacom Project. Everything worked beautifully after that, until I rebooted. Then the keyboard and mouse didn’t work, only the tablet.

I managed to load the system using the accessibility keyboard with the tablet, and I ran sudo apt-get install --reinstall xserver-xorg-input-all to get back the mouse. An old backup wired keyboard also works, but not my wireless keyboard I was using before. And the tablet doesn’t work at all now.

The only thing I did differently than the instructions for installing the Wacom drivers was with the xf86-input-wacom driver When I tried sudo -s 'apt-get update && apt-get install xserver-xorg-input-wacom', it didn’t understand the command, so I split it in two, running sudo apt-get install xserver-xorg-input-wacom and then sudo apt-get update.

I could really use both of these devices, the old wired keyboard is gigantic and crusty, with several sticky keys, and I was working on artwork we need with the tablet.

How should I proceed from here?

Will my Windows driver stop being reported as malware if signed?

I have developed an IRP hooking based driver for one of my clients. Avast oes not complain about it but his AV suite reports it as malware. The lient will eventually sign this driver, but will it still be reported as malware by a handful (or more) AV suites or will it get green light everywhere ? I guess writing a filter river for the same purpose would not pose this problem, or ?