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tiangolo
tiangolo commented Jun 12, 2020

First check

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enhancement good first issue confirmed
SobhanMP
SobhanMP commented Dec 6, 2021

Is your feature request related to a problem?

While setting the target interface's ip should work in most cases, it's possible that multiple devices have the same ip.

Also i'm having trouble using a wireguard vpn when i set Table=off. Table=off disables setting up the routes for the vpn and it justs shows up as a regular device. The connection is fine as pycurl can access it when i set

enhancement good first issue need pull request Hacktoberfest
abonander
abonander commented Apr 29, 2022

The macros can emit code directly referencing serde_json::Value which may trigger compilation errors if the user doesn't have it in their own dependencies: https://discord.com/channels/665528275556106240/665528275556106243/969377568685981716

I'm surprised we haven't encountered this before now, probably because if someone wants to use serde_json::Value in their code deliberately then they p

transmittable-thread-local

📌 TransmittableThreadLocal (TTL), the missing Java™ std lib(simple & 0-dependency) for framework/middleware, provide an enhanced InheritableThreadLocal that transmits values between threads even using thread pooling components.

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njsmith
njsmith commented May 18, 2020

What should happen if deliver_cancel raises an exception? In the current implementation, the shielded cancel scope will prevent it from propagating until the process exits, which might take a while if the crash occurred before signaling the process in any way. Maybe on exception from a user-specified deliver_cancel we should call the default deliver_cancel to kill the process? Or just kill() since

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