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2019-07-29

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2019-06-20

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2019-06-19

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2019-06-17

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2019-06-05

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2019-05-31

[12:34:49] haste: What's the proper way to deal with invalid UTF8 sequences with Phoenix/Ecto? Should I just validate all strings I end up feeding ecto from the client?
[12:35:15] haste: I kinda expected Ecto to deal with it for me and not end up with an Postgrex.Error
[12:48:16] haste: That's one way to get around it I guess
[12:50:55] haste: Some user managed to add 0xF8 to a query search string in the client app, so it got sent to the backend as %F8
[12:54:36] haste: So the request is GET /api/v1/client/?aor=reg%F8st and feeding that to Ecto triggers ERROR 22021 (character_not_in_repertoire) from postgres

2019-05-05

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2019-04-21

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2019-04-14

[09:06:41] haste: Remote host closed the connection
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2019-04-13

[16:49:49] haste: *.net *.split

2019-04-03

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2019-03-19

[14:49:28] haste: http://www.total-knowledge.com/~ilya/mips/ugt.html is the one true way

2019-03-07

[22:18:31] haste: writy hard