Spencer Reynolds

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i do crappy code
Donoru
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1 year ago
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Why can't you put nested dictionaries into a repl.it db?
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I'm trying to create a command line forum using a repl.it db. Setting a value to a dictionary works fine, but whenever I try to give the nested dictio
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Coder100
Coder100 1 year ago
OHHH I SEE!! usn is a string, not a dict!
Coder100
Coder100 1 year ago
In the backend, all db types are strings, so perhaps the creators forgot to account for the dict type.
Coder100
Coder100 1 year ago
If you unprivate the repl, sure
Donoru
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What's the root password for the repl.it shell?
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I need to install Homebrew for a project with apt-get and have tried every common root password, and even tried using no sudo at all. Does anybody eitRead full post
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programmeruser
programmeruser 1 year ago
Use the install-pkg command to install a package instead of apt-get.
Coder100
Coder100 1 year ago
You can't access the root, it's a security thing.
Baconman321
Baconman321 1 year ago
You can't access root, nor will they give you access (for security reasons), sorry.
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Python Forum CLI w/ replit.db
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This is a forum I made in Python with replit.db as the server. It has 1mb of space so please don't spam the forums. If there is any bugs or you want t
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Spacecraft
Spacecraft 3 months ago
Cool concept, but I am a bit confused. Are you implying multiple replit users would be able to interact with each other using this forum? The replitDB cannot be shared/updated by multiple users. Each time a repl is run, the user is assigned a unique, empty DB. Won't this make forum discussions impossible?