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njacharya commented Aug 16, 2019

A description is incomplete. It should mention:

These patterns are not competing, but complementing each other. To achieve availability, one needs both fail-over and replication.

right after

"There are two main patterns to support high availability: fail-over and replication. "

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tkgroot commented Feb 3, 2020

LitElement is a simple base class for creating fast, lightweight web components that work in any web page with any framework.

It would add a nice way to show how custom-components can be build and used (in this case with lit-elements, but there are others as well as for example stencil). The possibility to incooperate it into other javascript frameworks, like VueJs, React and Angular, makes a

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ItsLogic commented Oct 18, 2019

App version: 0.8.5 + r1531

Android version: 9

Issue/Request:various UI inconsistencies/bugs

Backup restore progress indicator:

Steps to reproduce (if applicable)

  1. start restoration of backup
  2. rotate device landscape then rotate back to portrait

Other details: Progress indicator does go back to normal after a short amount of time but does look frozen/broken until it does so. S

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bricelam commented Jan 18, 2020

Similar to PR #19617, we can enable more decimal operations by leveraging UDFs. Unlike TimeSpan, however, there isn't an acceptable type we can convert to to perform the operations, so it will require roughly one UDF per operation. For example:

m1 + m2 ef_add($m1, $m2)
m1 / m2 ef_divide($m1, $m2)
m1 > m2 ef_compare($m1, $m2) > 0
m1 >= m2 ef_compare($m1, $m2) >=
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