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acidtonic
acidtonic commented Sep 10, 2021

Base64 packing the logo is unproductive and prohibitively complicated.

Originally I just thought it was related to the method of delivery, minification,etc....

But then I discovered the "enterprise" copy you sell directly offers the "feature" of changing the logo, which then just packs up a new image.

Now I realize why changing the logo is difficult and you won't document how to do it in

webjunkie
webjunkie commented Aug 24, 2018

I'm using https://github.com/Artory/drf-hal-json/ that basically provides custom base serializers that add dynamically fields like _links into the response via the to_representation method.

I tried to somehow get that into the schema as well, but I'm getting stuck. Are there any directions on what I need to provide/subclass/overwrite, so to make it work?

I imagine I could inspect my seri

spectral
rossmcdonald
rossmcdonald commented Jan 6, 2021

While not technically in violation of the OpenAPI specification, including a query parameter in a path should be flagged as an error in Spectral:

A path has specific meaning in HTTP as a part of a URL that comes after the host name and before the query string or fragment. A "path item" key must be only a path, it cannot have a query string or a fragment.

For example, the following when def

MikeRalphson
MikeRalphson commented Jan 19, 2019
  • Guidance on adding a linter new rule-action (if none of the existing ones can perform the action, or be extended)
  • Expand on guidelines re: keeping commits to logical areas of the code / individual packages where possible
  • Use of conventional-commit standard going forward
  • Advice not to include any package-lock.json changes PRs, for security reasons. File will be regene

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