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  • How do I return an Array from grails / jdo to Flex

    - by mswallace
    this seems really simple but I haven't gotten this to work. I am building my app with grails on google app engine. This pretty much requires you to use JDO. I am making an HTTP call from flex to my app. The action that I am calling on the grails end looks like so def returnShowsByDate = { def query = persistenceManager.newQuery( Show ) def showInstanceList = query.execute() return (List<Show>) showInstanceList } I have tried just returning "hello from grails" and that works just fine. I have alos tried the following return showInstanceList the JDO docs say the query.execute() returns a collection. Why I cant just return that to Flex I have no clue. Any thoughts?

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  • Android "java.lang.noclassdeffounderror" exception

    - by wpbnewbie
    Hello, I have a android webservice client application. I am trying to use the java standard WS library support. I have stripped the application down to the minimum, as shown below, to try and isolate the issue. Below is the applicaiton, package fau.edu.cse; import android.app.Activity; import android.os.Bundle; import android.widget.TextView; public class ClassMap extends Activity { TextView displayObject; @Override public void onCreate(Bundle savedInstanceState) { // Build Screen Display String String screenString = "Program Started\n\n"; // Set up the display super.onCreate(savedInstanceState); setContentView(R.layout.main); displayObject = (TextView)findViewById(R.id.TextView01); screenString = screenString + "Inflate Disaplay\n\n"; try { // Set up Soap Service TempConvertSoap service = new TempConvert().getTempConvertSoap(); // Successful Soap Object Build screenString = screenString + "SOAP Object Correctly Build\n\n"; // Display Response displayObject.setText(screenString); } catch(Throwable e){ e.printStackTrace(); displayObject.setText(screenString +"Try Error...\n" + e.toString()); } } } The classes tempConvert and tempConvertSoap are in the package fau.edu.cse. I have included the java SE javax libraries in the java build pasth. When the android application tries to create the "service" object I get a "java.lang.noclassdeffounderror" exception. The two classes tempConvertSoap and TempConvet() are generated by wsimport. I am also using several libraries from javax.jws.. and javax.xml.ws.. Of course the application compiles without error and loads correctly. I know the application is running becouse my "try/catch" routine is successfully catching the error and printing it out. Here is what is in the logcat says (notice that it cannot find TempConvert), 06-12 22:58:39.340: WARN/dalvikvm(200): Unable to resolve superclass of Lfau/edu/cse/TempConvert; (53) 06-12 22:58:39.340: WARN/dalvikvm(200): Link of class 'Lfau/edu/cse/TempConvert;' failed 06-12 22:58:39.340: ERROR/dalvikvm(200): Could not find class 'fau.edu.cse.TempConvert', referenced from method fau.edu.cse.ClassMap.onCreate 06-12 22:58:39.340: WARN/dalvikvm(200): VFY: unable to resolve new-instance 21 (Lfau/edu/cse/TempConvert;) in Lfau/edu/cse/ClassMap; 06-12 22:58:39.340: DEBUG/dalvikvm(200): VFY: replacing opcode 0x22 at 0x0027 06-12 22:58:39.340: DEBUG/dalvikvm(200): Making a copy of Lfau/edu/cse/ClassMap;.onCreate code (252 bytes) 06-12 22:58:39.490: DEBUG/dalvikvm(30): GC freed 2 objects / 48 bytes in 273ms 06-12 22:58:39.530: DEBUG/ddm-heap(119): Got feature list request 06-12 22:58:39.620: WARN/Resources(200): Converting to string: TypedValue{t=0x12/d=0x0 a=2 r=0x7f050000} 06-12 22:58:39.620: WARN/System.err(200): java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError: fau.edu.cse.TempConvert 06-12 22:58:39.830: WARN/System.err(200): at fau.edu.cse.ClassMap.onCreate(ClassMap.java:26) 06-12 22:58:39.830: WARN/System.err(200): at android.app.Instrumentation.callActivityOnCreate(Instrumentation.java:1047) 06-12 22:58:39.830: WARN/System.err(200): at android.app.ActivityThread.performLaunchActivity(ActivityThread.java:2459) 06-12 22:58:39.830: WARN/System.err(200): at android.app.ActivityThread.handleLaunchActivity(ActivityThread.java:2512) 06-12 22:58:39.830: WARN/System.err(200): at android.app.ActivityThread.access$2200(ActivityThread.java:119) 06-12 22:58:39.880: WARN/System.err(200): at android.app.ActivityThread$H.handleMessage(ActivityThread.java:1863) 06-12 22:58:39.880: WARN/System.err(200): at android.os.Handler.dispatchMessage(Handler.java:99) 06-12 22:58:39.880: WARN/System.err(200): at android.os.Looper.loop(Looper.java:123) 06-12 22:58:39.880: WARN/System.err(200): at android.app.ActivityThread.main(ActivityThread.java:4363) 06-12 22:58:39.880: WARN/System.err(200): at java.lang.reflect.Method.invokeNative(Native Method) 06-12 22:58:39.880: WARN/System.err(200): at java.lang.reflect.Method.invoke(Method.java:521) 06-12 22:58:39.880: WARN/System.err(200): at com.android.internal.os.ZygoteInit$MethodAndArgsCaller.run(ZygoteInit.java:860) 06-12 22:58:39.880: WARN/System.err(200): at com.android.internal.os.ZygoteInit.main(ZygoteInit.java:618) 06-12 22:58:39.880: WARN/System.err(200): at dalvik.system.NativeStart.main(Native Method) ...bla...bla...bla It would be great if someone just had an answer, however I am looking at debug strategies. I have taken this same application and created a standard java client application and it works fine -- of course with all of the android stuff taken out. What would be a good debug strategy? What methods and techniques would you recommend I try and isolate the problem? I am thinking that there is some sort of Dalvik VM incompatibility that is causing the TempConvert class not to load. TempConvert is an interface class that references a lot of very tricky webservice attributes. Any help with debug strategies would be gladly appreciated. Thanks for the help, Steve

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  • "TypeError: draw() takes exactly 1 non-keyword argument (3 given)"

    - by Amorack
    I wrote this code to open a window with Pyglet in Python... import pyglet from pyglet import window class Window(pyglet.window.Window): def __init__(self): super(Window, self).__init__() myLabel = pyglet.text.Label("Prototype") windowText = myLabel.draw(Window, "Hello World", font_name = "Times New Roman", font_size = 36, color = (193, 205, 193, 255)) def on_draw(self): self.clear() self.label.draw() if __name__ == '__main__': window = Window() pyglet.app.run() however every time I run it I get this error: TypeError: draw() takes exactly 1 non-keyword argument (3 given) AFAIK the "(3 given)" means the problem is with the font_size or color arguments but I'm not sure. Could someone explain what's wrong and help me make this work?

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  • Control third check box based on the state of the first two using jquery

    - by Moj
    I have three check boxes and need to disable the third if either and/or of the other two are checked. I'm sure there's a easier way than what I have currently. It's turning into what I believe is a mess and I'm hoping that someone with more jquery knowledge can shine the light here. Here's my simple html form: <html> <head> <script type="text/javascript" src="jquery.js"></script> <script src="custom.js" type="text/javascript"></script> </head> <body> <input type="checkbox" class="class" id="1">First <input type="checkbox" class="class" id="2">Second <input type="checkbox" class="class" id="3">Third </body> </html> Here's the javascript I'm using with jquery v1.4.2 jQuery(document).ready(function() { // watches the events of all checkboxes $(":checkbox").click(function(){ if( // if both 1 and 2 are checked we don't want to enable Third until both are unchecked. (($('#1:checkbox').attr('checked'))&&($('#2:checkbox').attr('checked')))|| ((($('#1:checkbox').attr('checked'))&&($('#2:checkbox').attr('checked')))&&($('#3:checkbox').attr('disabled')))|| ((($('#1:checkbox').attr('checked'))||($('#2:checkbox').attr('checked')))&&($('#3:checkbox').attr('disabled'))) ){ // we don't want to do anything in the above events } else if( // handles the First check box (($('#1:checkbox').attr('checked'))||(!$('#1:checkbox').attr('checked')))|| // handles the Second check box (($('#2:checkbox').attr('checked'))||(!$('#2:checkbox').attr('checked'))) ){ // call the disableThird function disableThird(); } }); // handles enabling and disabling the Third checkbox function disableThird(){ var $checkbox = $('#3:checkbox'); $checkbox.attr('disabled', !$checkbox.attr('disabled')); }; }); For some reason checking #3 will disable it's self. I don't understand why. This works, but one of the requirements is that a non programmer should be able to edit and maintain this. Ideally it'd be great if he could just add new check boxes to the html and it would work. The class for these are define and as far as I know can't be changed. The last check box in the list of check boxes will disable if any of the ones above are selected. Like wise if the last check box is selected, it will disable all the ones above it. I haven't even begun writing and testing that portion as this is quickly becoming too complicated for a non programmer to handle. I myself am more of a PHP coder than a js, let alone jquery, coder. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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  • Execute Command Line Java program in background

    - by Mark Szymanski
    Is it possible to execute a Java program in the background so the user can execute other commands in front of it? For instance, here is how the console might look for said program: $ myProgram (executes program) Program Started! (output from myProgram) $ (the user can enter another UNIX command while myProgram is still running) Thanks in advance!

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  • Help: Instance Variables & Properties [iPhone]

    - by Devoted
    In something like this: @interface Control_FunViewController : UIViewController { UITextField *nameField; UITextField *numberField; } @property (nonatomic, retain) IBOutlet UITextField *nameField; @property (nonatomic, retain) IBOutlet UITextField *numberField; I understand that "UITextField *nameField;" is an instance variable and "@property ..." is a property. But what do these individual things do? I guess what I'm really asking is how the property is used for example in the implementation file (.m)

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  • Basic image processing question

    - by indoman
    Can you enlarge a feature so that rather than take up a certain number of pixels it actually takes up one or two times that many to make it easier to analyze? Would there be a way to generalize that in MATLAB?

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  • Double type returns -1.#IND/NaN error when calculating pi iteratively

    - by Draak
    I am working through a problem for my MCTS certification. The program has to calculate pi until the user presses a key, at which point the thread is aborted, the result returned to the main thread and printed in the console. Simple enough, right? This exercise is really meant to be about threading, but I'm running into another problem. The procedure that calculates pi returns -1.#IND. I've read some of the material on the web about this error, but I'm still not sure how to fix it. When I change double to Decimal type, I unsurprisingly get Overflow Exception very quickly. So, the question is how do I store the numbers correctly? Do I have to create a class to somehow store parts of the number when it gets too big to be contained in a Decimal? Class PiCalculator Dim a As Double = 1 Dim b As Double = 1 / Math.Sqrt(2) Dim t As Double = 1 / 4 Dim p As Double = 1 Dim pi As Double Dim callback As DelegateResult Sub New(ByVal _callback As DelegateResult) callback = _callback End Sub Sub Calculate() Try Do While True Dim a1 = (a + b) / 2 Dim b1 = Math.Sqrt(a * b) Dim t1 = t - p * (a - a1) ^ 2 Dim p1 = 2 * p a = a1 b = b1 t = t1 p = p1 pi = ((a + b) ^ 2) / (4 * t) Loop Catch ex As ThreadAbortException Finally callback(pi) End Try End Sub End Class

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  • android Emulator always stop at "waiting for Home..."

    - by wuwupp
    hi,there, I freshed install Eclipse, jdk, android sdk 1.5 in winxp. but when I run the "hello world" app, the emulator always stop at "andorid" loading message. In eclipse console, it shows "waiting for HOME..." and in DDMS LogCat, it shows following msg: there are some error and warning. So, what's wrong with my case? I have googled lots of results, but no one can help me. Please help me. Many thx 06-13 00:07:54.323: INFO/DEBUG(551): debuggerd: Jun 30 2009 17:00:51 06-13 00:07:54.383: INFO/vold(550): Android Volume Daemon version 2.0 06-13 00:07:54.724: ERROR/flash_image(556): can't find recovery partition 06-13 00:07:55.223: DEBUG/qemud(558): entering main loop 06-13 00:07:55.323: DEBUG/qemud(558): multiplexer_handle_control: unknown control message (18 bytes): 'ko:unknown command' 06-13 00:07:55.493: INFO/vold(550): New MMC card 'SU02G' (serial 1012966) added @ /devices/platform/goldfish_mmc.0/mmc_host/mmc0/mmc0:e118 06-13 00:07:55.773: INFO/vold(550): Disk (blkdev 179:0), 262144 secs (128 MB) 0 partitions 06-13 00:07:55.773: INFO/vold(550): New blkdev 179.0 on media SU02G, media path /devices/platform/goldfish_mmc.0/mmc_host/mmc0/mmc0:e118, Dpp 0 06-13 00:07:55.814: INFO/vold(550): Evaluating dev '/devices/platform/goldfish_mmc.0/mmc_host/mmc0/mmc0:e118/block/mmcblk0' for mountable filesystems for '/sdcard' 06-13 00:07:56.014: ERROR/vold(550): Error opening switch name path '/sys/class/switch/test2' (No such file or directory) 06-13 00:07:56.014: ERROR/vold(550): Error bootstrapping switch '/sys/class/switch/test2' (m) 06-13 00:07:56.073: ERROR/vold(550): Error opening switch name path '/sys/class/switch/test' (No such file or directory) 06-13 00:07:56.073: ERROR/vold(550): Error bootstrapping switch '/sys/class/switch/test' (m) 06-13 00:07:56.073: DEBUG/vold(550): Bootstrapping complete 06-13 00:07:56.743: INFO//system/bin/dosfsck(550): dosfsck 3.0.1 (23 Nov 2008) 06-13 00:07:56.753: INFO//system/bin/dosfsck(550): dosfsck 3.0.1, 23 Nov 2008, FAT32, LFN 06-13 00:07:56.783: INFO//system/bin/dosfsck(550): Checking we can access the last sector of the filesystem 06-13 00:07:56.893: INFO//system/bin/dosfsck(550): Boot sector contents: 06-13 00:07:56.924: INFO//system/bin/dosfsck(550): System ID "MSWIN4.1" 06-13 00:07:56.934: INFO//system/bin/dosfsck(550): Media byte 0xf8 (hard disk) 06-13 00:07:56.953: INFO//system/bin/dosfsck(550): 512 bytes per logical sector 06-13 00:07:56.974: INFO//system/bin/dosfsck(550): 512 bytes per cluster 06-13 00:07:57.005: INFO//system/bin/dosfsck(550): 32 reserved sectors 06-13 00:07:57.013: INFO//system/bin/dosfsck(550): First FAT starts at byte 16384 (sector 32) 06-13 00:07:57.013: INFO//system/bin/dosfsck(550): 2 FATs, 32 bit entries 06-13 00:07:57.023: INFO//system/bin/dosfsck(550): 1040384 bytes per FAT (= 2032 sectors) 06-13 00:07:57.043: INFO//system/bin/dosfsck(550): Root directory start at cluster 2 (arbitrary size) 06-13 00:07:57.043: INFO//system/bin/dosfsck(550): Data area starts at byte 2097152 (sector 4096) 06-13 00:07:57.043: INFO//system/bin/dosfsck(550): 258048 data clusters (132120576 bytes) 06-13 00:07:57.103: INFO//system/bin/dosfsck(550): 9 sectors/track, 2 heads 06-13 00:07:57.103: INFO//system/bin/dosfsck(550): 0 hidden sectors 06-13 00:07:57.123: INFO//system/bin/dosfsck(550): 262144 sectors total 06-13 00:07:57.313: DEBUG/qemud(558): fdhandler_accept_event: accepting on fd 10 06-13 00:07:57.313: DEBUG/qemud(558): created client 0xe078 listening on fd 8 06-13 00:07:57.313: DEBUG/qemud(558): fdhandler_event: disconnect on fd 8 06-13 00:07:57.623: DEBUG/qemud(558): fdhandler_accept_event: accepting on fd 10 06-13 00:07:57.623: DEBUG/qemud(558): created client 0xf028 listening on fd 8 06-13 00:07:57.643: DEBUG/qemud(558): client_fd_receive: attempting registration for service 'gsm' 06-13 00:07:57.763: DEBUG/qemud(558): client_fd_receive: - received channel id 1 06-13 00:08:12.553: INFO//system/bin/dosfsck(550): Checking for unused clusters. 06-13 00:08:13.483: INFO//system/bin/dosfsck(550): Checking free cluster summary. 06-13 00:08:13.643: DEBUG/AndroidRuntime(553): AndroidRuntime START <<<<<<<<<<<<<< 06-13 00:08:13.705: DEBUG/AndroidRuntime(553): CheckJNI is ON 06-13 00:08:13.793: INFO//system/bin/dosfsck(550): /dev/block//vold/179:0: 0 files, 1/258048 clusters 06-13 00:08:14.063: INFO/logwrapper(550): /system/bin/dosfsck terminated by exit(0) 06-13 00:08:14.143: DEBUG/vold(550): Filesystem check completed OK 06-13 00:08:14.683: INFO/vold(550): Sucessfully mounted vfat filesystem 179:0 on /sdcard (safe-mode on) 06-13 00:08:17.023: INFO/(554): ServiceManager: 0xac38 06-13 00:08:17.883: INFO/AudioFlinger(554): AudioFlinger's thread ready to run for output 0 06-13 00:08:18.163: INFO/CameraService(554): CameraService started: pid=554 06-13 00:08:21.824: DEBUG/AndroidRuntime(553): --- registering native functions --- 06-13 00:08:27.813: INFO/Zygote(553): Preloading classes... 06-13 00:08:27.994: DEBUG/dalvikvm(553): GC freed 764 objects / 42216 bytes in 88ms 06-13 00:08:30.234: DEBUG/dalvikvm(553): GC freed 278 objects / 17160 bytes in 48ms 06-13 00:08:33.094: DEBUG/dalvikvm(553): GC freed 208 objects / 12696 bytes in 44ms 06-13 00:08:34.343: DEBUG/dalvikvm(553): Trying to load lib /system/lib/libmedia_jni.so 0x0 06-13 00:08:35.803: DEBUG/dalvikvm(553): Added shared lib /system/lib/libmedia_jni.so 0x0 06-13 00:08:35.903: DEBUG/dalvikvm(553): Trying to load lib /system/lib/libmedia_jni.so 0x0 06-13 00:08:35.903: DEBUG/dalvikvm(553): Shared lib '/system/lib/libmedia_jni.so' already loaded in same CL 0x0 06-13 00:08:36.003: DEBUG/dalvikvm(553): Trying to load lib /system/lib/libmedia_jni.so 0x0 06-13 00:08:36.003: DEBUG/dalvikvm(553): Shared lib '/system/lib/libmedia_jni.so' already loaded in same CL 0x0 06-13 00:08:36.215: DEBUG/dalvikvm(553): Trying to load lib /system/lib/libmedia_jni.so 0x0 06-13 00:08:36.244: DEBUG/dalvikvm(553): Shared lib '/system/lib/libmedia_jni.so' already loaded in same CL 0x0 06-13 00:08:36.455: DEBUG/dalvikvm(553): GC freed 462 objects / 29144 bytes in 70ms 06-13 00:08:44.123: DEBUG/dalvikvm(553): GC freed 3584 objects / 171648 bytes in 125ms 06-13 00:09:10.473: DEBUG/dalvikvm(553): GC freed 11329 objects / 400856 bytes in 196ms 06-13 00:09:17.373: DEBUG/dalvikvm(553): GC freed 10472 objects / 438272 bytes in 199ms 06-13 00:09:24.563: DEBUG/dalvikvm(553): GC freed 10975 objects / 459800 bytes in 202ms 06-13 00:09:46.403: DEBUG/dalvikvm(553): GC freed 14372 objects / 506896 bytes in 252ms 06-13 00:09:53.793: DEBUG/dalvikvm(553): GC freed 11314 objects / 481360 bytes in 215ms 06-13 00:09:57.743: DEBUG/dalvikvm(553): GC freed 5928 objects / 248640 bytes in 195ms 06-13 00:10:01.324: DEBUG/dalvikvm(553): GC freed 349 objects / 37032 bytes in 190ms 06-13 00:10:05.253: DEBUG/dalvikvm(553): GC freed 778 objects / 48376 bytes in 217ms 06-13 00:10:06.564: DEBUG/dalvikvm(553): GC freed 321 objects / 37288 bytes in 219ms 06-13 00:10:08.194: DEBUG/dalvikvm(553): GC freed 477 objects / 29584 bytes in 212ms 06-13 00:10:08.663: DEBUG/dalvikvm(553): Trying to load lib /system/lib/libwebcore.so 0x0 06-13 00:10:09.743: DEBUG/dalvikvm(553): Added shared lib /system/lib/libwebcore.so 0x0 06-13 00:10:11.634: DEBUG/dalvikvm(553): GC freed 441 objects / 26224 bytes in 236ms 06-13 00:10:12.893: DEBUG/dalvikvm(553): GC freed 506 objects / 41464 bytes in 235ms 06-13 00:10:14.153: DEBUG/dalvikvm(553): GC freed 537 objects / 38832 bytes in 239ms 06-13 00:10:15.883: DEBUG/dalvikvm(553): GC freed 342 objects / 22552 bytes in 248ms 06-13 00:10:17.124: DEBUG/dalvikvm(553): GC freed 338 objects / 18736 bytes in 264ms 06-13 00:10:18.523: DEBUG/dalvikvm(553): GC freed 629 objects / 32136 bytes in 260ms 06-13 00:10:38.933: DEBUG/dalvikvm(553): GC freed 14257 objects / 497280 bytes in 368ms 06-13 00:10:46.453: DEBUG/dalvikvm(553): GC freed 11164 objects / 469576 bytes in 360ms 06-13 00:10:52.973: DEBUG/dalvikvm(553): GC freed 7134 objects / 311432 bytes in 339ms 06-13 00:10:55.595: DEBUG/dalvikvm(553): GC freed 752 objects / 43224 bytes in 520ms 06-13 00:10:56.863: DEBUG/dalvikvm(553): GC freed 598 objects / 31496 bytes in 307ms 06-13 00:10:58.543: DEBUG/dalvikvm(553): GC freed 413 objects / 26336 bytes in 355ms 06-13 00:10:59.263: INFO/Zygote(553): ...preloaded 1166 classes in 151403ms. 06-13 00:10:59.683: DEBUG/dalvikvm(553): GC freed 313 objects / 19952 bytes in 343ms 06-13 00:10:59.793: INFO/Zygote(553): Preloading resources... 06-13 00:11:00.683: DEBUG/dalvikvm(553): GC freed 54 objects / 11248 bytes in 340ms 06-13 00:11:05.723: DEBUG/dalvikvm(553): GC freed 337 objects / 15008 bytes in 317ms 06-13 00:11:08.703: DEBUG/dalvikvm(553): GC freed 280 objects / 11768 bytes in 312ms 06-13 00:11:09.303: INFO/Zygote(553): ...preloaded 48 resources in 9513ms. 06-13 00:11:09.795: INFO/Zygote(553): ...preloaded 15 resources in 454ms. 06-13 00:11:10.303: DEBUG/dalvikvm(553): GC freed 118 objects / 8616 bytes in 420ms 06-13 00:11:10.913: DEBUG/dalvikvm(553): GC freed 205 objects / 8104 bytes in 308ms 06-13 00:11:11.344: DEBUG/dalvikvm(553): GC freed 36 objects / 1400 bytes in 320ms 06-13 00:11:11.543: INFO/dalvikvm(553): Splitting out new zygote heap 06-13 00:11:12.973: INFO/dalvikvm(553): System server process 585 has been created 06-13 00:11:13.336: INFO/Zygote(553): Accepting command socket connections 06-13 00:11:14.963: INFO/jdwp(585): received file descriptor 10 from ADB 06-13 00:11:16.843: WARN/System.err(585): Can't dispatch DDM chunk 46454154: no handler defined 06-13 00:11:16.953: WARN/System.err(585): Can't dispatch DDM chunk 4d505251: no handler defined 06-13 00:11:17.763: DEBUG/dalvikvm(585): Trying to load lib /system/lib/libandroid_servers.so 0x0 06-13 00:11:19.714: DEBUG/dalvikvm(585): Added shared lib /system/lib/libandroid_servers.so 0x0 06-13 00:11:20.123: INFO/sysproc(585): Entered system_init() 06-13 00:11:20.223: INFO/sysproc(585): ServiceManager: 0x1017b8 06-13 00:11:20.359: INFO/SurfaceFlinger(585): SurfaceFlinger is starting 06-13 00:11:20.493: INFO/SurfaceFlinger(585): SurfaceFlinger's main thread ready to run. Initializing graphics H/W... 06-13 00:11:20.634: ERROR/MemoryHeapBase(585): error opening /dev/pmem: No such file or directory 06-13 00:11:20.704: ERROR/SurfaceFlinger(585): Couldn't open /sys/power/wait_for_fb_sleep or /sys/power/wait_for_fb_wake 06-13 00:11:22.013: ERROR/GLLogger(585): couldn't load library (Cannot find library) 06-13 00:11:22.103: INFO/SurfaceFlinger(585): EGL informations: 06-13 00:11:22.113: INFO/SurfaceFlinger(585): # of configs : 6 06-13 00:11:22.123: INFO/SurfaceFlinger(585): vendor : Android 06-13 00:11:22.123: INFO/SurfaceFlinger(585): version : 1.31 Android META-EGL 06-13 00:11:22.134: INFO/SurfaceFlinger(585): extensions: 06-13 00:11:22.134: INFO/SurfaceFlinger(585): Client API: OpenGL ES 06-13 00:11:22.193: INFO/EGLDisplaySurface(585): using (fd=22) 06-13 00:11:22.193: INFO/EGLDisplaySurface(585): id = 06-13 00:11:22.193: INFO/EGLDisplaySurface(585): xres = 320 px 06-13 00:11:22.193: INFO/EGLDisplaySurface(585): yres = 480 px 06-13 00:11:22.193: INFO/EGLDisplaySurface(585): xres_virtual = 320 px 06-13 00:11:22.193: INFO/EGLDisplaySurface(585): yres_virtual = 960 px 06-13 00:11:22.193: INFO/EGLDisplaySurface(585): bpp = 16 06-13 00:11:22.193: INFO/EGLDisplaySurface(585): r = 11:5 06-13 00:11:22.193: INFO/EGLDisplaySurface(585): g = 5:6 06-13 00:11:22.193: INFO/EGLDisplaySurface(585): b = 0:5 06-13 00:11:22.193: INFO/EGLDisplaySurface(585): width = 49 mm (165.877548 dpi) 06-13 00:11:22.193: INFO/EGLDisplaySurface(585): height = 74 mm (164.756760 dpi) 06-13 00:11:22.193: INFO/EGLDisplaySurface(585): refresh rate = 60.00 Hz 06-13 00:11:22.533: WARN/HAL(585): load: module=/system/lib/hw/copybit.goldfish.so error=Cannot find library 06-13 00:11:22.543: WARN/HAL(585): load: module=/system/lib/hw/copybit.default.so error=Cannot find library 06-13 00:11:22.553: WARN/SurfaceFlinger(585): ro.sf.lcd_density not defined, using 160 dpi by default. 06-13 00:11:22.644: INFO/SurfaceFlinger(585): OpenGL informations: 06-13 00:11:22.654: INFO/SurfaceFlinger(585): vendor : Android 06-13 00:11:22.654: INFO/SurfaceFlinger(585): renderer : Android PixelFlinger 1.0 06-13 00:11:22.654: INFO/SurfaceFlinger(585): version : OpenGL ES-CM 1.0 06-13 00:11:22.654: INFO/SurfaceFlinger(585): extensions: GL_OES_byte_coordinates GL_OES_fixed_point GL_OES_single_precision GL_OES_read_format GL_OES_compressed_paletted_texture GL_OES_draw_texture GL_OES_matrix_get GL_OES_query_matrix GL_ARB_texture_compression GL_ARB_texture_non_power_of_two GL_ANDROID_direct_texture GL_ANDROID_user_clip_plane GL_ANDROID_vertex_buffer_object GL_ANDROID_generate_mipmap 06-13 00:11:22.673: WARN/HAL(585): load: module=/system/lib/hw/copybit.goldfish.so error=Cannot find library 06-13 00:11:22.683: WARN/HAL(585): load: module=/system/lib/hw/copybit.default.so error=Cannot find library 06-13 00:11:22.703: WARN/HAL(585): load: module=/system/lib/hw/overlay.goldfish.so error=Cannot find library 06-13 00:11:22.713: WARN/HAL(585): load: module=/system/lib/hw/overlay.default.so error=Cannot find library 06-13 00:11:23.663: INFO/sysproc(585): System server: starting Android runtime. 06-13 00:11:23.733: INFO/sysproc(585): System server: starting Android services. 06-13 00:11:23.953: INFO/SystemServer(585): Entered the Android system server! 06-13 00:11:24.303: INFO/sysproc(585): System server: entering thread pool. 06-13 00:11:24.763: ERROR/GLLogger(585): couldn't load library (Cannot find library) 06-13 00:11:25.893: INFO/ARMAssembler(585): generated scanline__00000077:03545404_00000A01_00000000 [ 30 ipp] (51 ins) at [0x18f708:0x18f7d4] in 72796961 ns 06-13 00:11:26.193: INFO/SystemServer(585): Starting Power Manager. 06-13 00:11:26.953: INFO/SystemServer(585): Starting Activity Manager. 06-13 00:11:31.733: INFO/SystemServer(585): Starting telephony registry 06-13 00:11:32.054: INFO/SystemServer(585): Starting Package Manager. 06-13 00:11:32.553: INFO/Installer(585): connecting... 06-13 00:11:32.914: INFO/installd(555): new connection 06-13 00:11:35.193: INFO/PackageManager(585): Got library android.awt in /system/framework/android.awt.jar 06-13 00:11:35.313: INFO/PackageManager(585): Got library android.test.runner in /system/framework/android.test.runner.jar 06-13 00:11:35.324: INFO/PackageManager(585): Got library com.android.im.plugin in /system/framework/com.android.im.plugin.jar 06-13 00:11:44.643: DEBUG/PackageManager(585): Scanning app dir /system/framework 06-13 00:11:49.513: DEBUG/PackageManager(585): Scanning app dir /system/app 06-13 00:11:51.493: DEBUG/dalvikvm(585): GC freed 6088 objects / 251280 bytes in 1237ms 06-13 00:12:27.497: DEBUG/dalvikvm(585): GC freed 3435 objects / 216088 bytes in 792ms 06-13 00:12:29.213: DEBUG/PackageManager(585): Scanning app dir /data/app 06-13 00:12:30.223: DEBUG/PackageManager(585): Scanning app dir /data/app-private 06-13 00:12:30.425: INFO/PackageManager(585): Time to scan packages: 47.319 seconds 06-13 00:12:30.703: WARN/PackageManager(585): Unknown permission com.google.android.googleapps.permission.GOOGLE_AUTH in package com.android.providers.contacts 06-13 00:12:30.803: WARN/PackageManager(585): Unknown permission com.google.android.googleapps.permission.GOOGLE_AUTH.cp in package com.android.providers.contacts 06-13 00:12:30.853: WARN/PackageManager(585): Unknown permission com.google.android.googleapps.permission.GOOGLE_AUTH in package com.android.development 06-13 00:12:30.913: WARN/PackageManager(585): Unknown permission com.google.android.googleapps.permission.GOOGLE_AUTH.ALL_SERVICES in package com.android.development 06-13 00:12:31.133: WARN/PackageManager(585): Unknown permission com.google.android.googleapps.permission.GOOGLE_AUTH.YouTubeUser in package com.android.development 06-13 00:12:31.143: WARN/PackageManager(585): Unknown permission com.google.android.googleapps.permission.ACCESS_GOOGLE_PASSWORD in package com.android.development 06-13 00:12:31.234: WARN/PackageManager(585): Unknown permission com.google.android.providers.gmail.permission.WRITE_GMAIL in package com.android.settings 06-13 00:12:31.254: WARN/PackageManager(585): Unknown permission com.google.android.providers.gmail.permission.READ_GMAIL in package com.android.settings 06-13 00:12:31.303: WARN/PackageManager(585): Unknown permission com.google.android.googleapps.permission.GOOGLE_AUTH in package com.android.settings 06-13 00:12:31.683: WARN/PackageManager(585): Unknown permission com.google.android.googleapps.permission.GOOGLE_AUTH in package com.android.browser 06-13 00:12:31.803: WARN/PackageManager(585): Unknown permission com.google.android.googleapps.permission.GOOGLE_AUTH.mail in package com.android.contacts 06-13 00:12:34.603: DEBUG/dalvikvm(585): GC freed 2851 objects / 161304 bytes in 845ms 06-13 00:12:35.403: INFO/SystemServer(585): Starting Content Manager. 06-13 00:12:39.954: WARN/ActivityManager(585): Unable to start service Intent { action=android.accounts.IAccountsService comp={com.google.android.googleapps/com.google.android.googleapps.GoogleLoginService} }: not found 06-13 00:12:40.063: WARN/AccountMonitor(585): Couldn't connect to Intent { action=android.accounts.IAccountsService comp={com.google.android.googleapps/com.google.android.googleapps.GoogleLoginService} } (Missing service?) 06-13 00:12:40.253: INFO/SystemServer(585): Starting System Content Providers. 06-13 00:12:40.553: INFO/ActivityThread(585): Publishing provider settings: com.android.providers.settings.SettingsProvider 06-13 00:12:41.433: INFO/ActivityThread(585): Publishing provider sync: android.content.SyncProvider 06-13 00:12:41.683: INFO/SystemServer(585): Starting Battery Service. 06-13 00:12:42.293: ERROR/BatteryService(585): Could not open '/sys/class/power_supply/usb/online' 06-13 00:12:42.433: ERROR/BatteryService(585): Could not open '/sys/class/power_supply/battery/batt_vol' 06-13 00:12:42.543: ERROR/BatteryService(585): Could not open '/sys/class/power_supply/battery/batt_temp' 06-13 00:12:42.933: INFO/SystemServer(585): Starting Hardware Service. 06-13 00:12:43.398: DEBUG/qemud(558): fdhandler_accept_event: accepting on fd 10 06-13 00:12:43.623: DEBUG/qemud(558): created client 0x10fd8 listening on fd 11 06-13 00:12:43.743: DEBUG/qemud(558): client_fd_receive: attempting registration for service 'hw-control' 06-13 00:12:43.873: DEBUG/qemud(558): client_fd_receive: - received channel id 2 06-13 00:15:20.695: WARN/SurfaceFlinger(585): executeScheduledBroadcasts() skipped, contention on the client. 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  • Command Line PHP with shell_exec works for root but not others

    - by Kristopher Ives
    I have a very simple script that is to test if running a shell_exec (or backtick operator) basically works: #!/usr/bin/php5-cli <?php echo "This is a PHP script\n"; echo `ls -l /home/stoysnet/`; Unless I run this as root, it always gives me: $ ./foo.php This is a PHP script Warning: _shell_exec(): Permission Denied in /home/stoysnet/foo.php on line 5 I've tried running this via PHP in a few different ways, but I always get the same error. However, when I put the script into a subdirectory of /etc/ owned by root:root and executed as root it works. What gives?

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  • How do you write Valid XHTML 1.0 Strict code when you are using javascript to fill an element that r

    - by Tim Visher
    I'm running my site through the W3C's validator trying to get it to validate as XHTML 1.0 Strict and I've gotten down to a particularly sticky (at least in my experience) validation error. I'm including certain badges from various services in the site that provide their own API and code for inclusion on an external site. These badges use javascript (for the most part) to fill an element that you insert in the markup which requires a child. This means that in the end, perfectly valid markup is generated, but to the validator, all it sees is an incomplete parent-child tag which it then throws an error on. As a caveat, I understand that I could complain to the services that their badges don't validate. Sans this, I assume that someone has validated their code while including badges like this, and that's what I'm interested in. Answers such as, 'Complain to Flickr about their badge' aren't going to help me much. An additional caveat: I would prefer that as much as possible the markup remains semantic. I.E. Adding an empty li tag or tr-td pair to make it validate would be an undesirable solution, even though it may be necessary. If that's the only way it can be made to validate, oh well, but please lean answers towards semantic markup. As an example: <div id="twitter_div"> <h2><a href="http://twitter.com/stopsineman">@Twitter</a></h2> <ul id="twitter_update_list"> <script type="text/javascript" src="http://twitter.com/javascripts/blogger.js"></script> <script type="text/javascript" src="http://twitter.com/statuses/user_timeline/stopsineman.json?callback=twitterCallback2&amp;count=1"></script> </ul> </div> Notice the ul tags wrapping the javascript. This eventually gets filled in with lis via the script, but to the validator it only sees the unpopulated ul. Thanks in advance!

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  • No Microphone error on iPod Touch

    - by Bob Vork
    I've build an iPhone app that should work on an iPod Touch as well, but I'm getting reports that the app is not working on iPod touches. It's displaying an error message saying there's no mic available on the device. The thing is, the app does nothing whatsoever with audio, and I can't find anything related in the project settings. The other problem is I don't have an iPod Touch available to test this myself. Are some people running an old firmware version? Am I compiling the wrong firmware version? To my surprise I couldn't find anything about this on SO or Google… Any help is appreciated

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  • why does text from socket server erase previously written text?

    - by mix
    This is strange enough I'm not sure how to search for an answer. I have a program in Python that communicates via TCP/IP sockets to a telnet-based server. If I telnet in manually and type commands like this: SET MDI G0 X0 Y0 the server will spit back a line like this: SET MDI ACK Pretty standard stuff. Here's the weird part. If, in my code, I precede my printing of each of these lines with some text, the returned line erases what I'm trying to print before it. So for example, if I write the code so it should look like this: SENT: SET MDI G0 X0 Y0 READ: SET MDI ACK What I get instead is: SENT: SET MDI G0 X0 Y0 SET MDI ACK Now, if I make the "READ: " text a bit longer, I can get a better idea of what's happening. Let's say I change READ: to 12345678901234567890, so that it should read as: 12345678901234567890: SET MDI ACK What I get instead is: SET MDI ACK234567890: So it seems like whatever text I'm getting back from the server is somehow deleting what I'm trying to precede it with. I tried saving all of my saved lines in a list, and then printing them out at the end, but it does exactly the same thing. Any ideas on what's going on, or even on how to debug this? Is there a way to get Python to show me any hidden chars in a string, for example? thx!

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  • Preventing closure compiler from renaming certain variables

    - by phidah
    I have a javascript file with a global object that must not be renamed (_gat from the Google Analytics async tracker). This object must not be renamed by the Google Closure Compiler as Google Analytics looks for a variable with this specific name. I've looked into the Javascript Doc notations that are mentioned: http://code.google.com/closure/compiler/docs/js-for-compiler.html - However, I cannot find anything regarding the "protection" of a variable. The problem exists no matter if I use simple or advanced compilation. How can I ensure that the _gat variable is not renamed?

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  • codeigniter and OOP general question regarding calling functions, and the parent constuctor

    - by thrice801
    Ok so I have some gaps in my understanding of PHP OOP, classes and functions specifically, this whole constructor class deal. I use both Zend and CI but right now Im trying to figure this out in CI as it is less complicated. So all Im trying to do is understand how to call a function from a view page in code igniter. I understand that might go against MVC but Im working with an api and search results not from my database, so basically, I want to define a function in my class that I am able to call in one of my view pages.. and I keep getting "Fatal error: Call to undefined function functionname" error no matter what I try. I thought I just had to declare public function testing() { echo "testing testing 123; } but calling that from the view I get that error. Then I read something about having to go parent::Controller(); in the index of the class where the testing function also resides? But that didnt work either. Anyways, ya, can someone explain what I need to do in order to call the "testing()" function on one of my view pages? and clarification on the constructor class and what exactly parent::Controller() even does, would be much appreciated as well.

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  • Android: get all the notifications by code

    - by Profete162
    Hello! I am using some home replacement that allow me to hide the notification Bar and that's something I really like. All the informations can be replaced by some widgets, but I would like to display the notifications too. As I already developed some applications, I would like to know if there is a command line that allow an application to get all the notifications. I plan to add this to a widget or a toast. Thank a lot for any clue or help.

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  • How to weed out the bad programmers from the competent ones in the interview process

    - by thaBadDawg
    I am getting ready to add another developer to my team and I want to try and fix the mistakes I made in my last hiring cycle. I like to think of myself as a competent programmer (I can be given a project, I can deliver on that project and the deliverable work with very few if any bugs) and so I ask questions that I would ask myself in an interview. I've come to the conclusion that my interviewing skills are completely lacking because the last two people I've hired interviewed incredibly well but have been less than ideal at the tasks that they've been given. My CTO (who was completely useless in giving any guidance as to how) suggested I improve on my interviewing skills. The question is this - How does one programmer interview another programmer and get an understanding of the other programmer's abilities? Edit: Though slightly different, the answers provided to this question could be of use to you. That question concerns specific interview questions while yours seems to be more general about interview approaches and not just about the questions themselves. Update: Just for the hell of it I asked two of the guys I worked with if they could do FizzBuzz. 45 minutes and 80 minutes to work it out. And these aren't bottom level guys either.

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  • Generating a list of Strings in Obj C

    - by eco_bach
    Hi It seems that Objective C jumps thru hoops to make seemingly simple tasks extremely difficult. I simply need to create a sequence of strings, image1.jpg, image2.jpg, etc etc ie in a loop var imgString:String='image'+i+'.jpg; I assume a best practice is to use a NSMutableString with appendString method? What am I doing wrong?? NSMutableString *imgString; for(int i=1;i<=NUMIMAGES;i++){ imgString.appendString(@"image"[email protected]".jpg"); } I get the following error error: request for member 'appendString' in something not a structure or union

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