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  • Improving first person camera and implementing third person camera

    - by brainydexter
    I want to improve upon my first person camera implementation and extend it to, so the user can toggle between third person/first person view. My current setup: draw():: glPushMatrix(); m_pCamera->ApplyCameraTransform(); // Render gameObjects glPopMatrix(); Camera is strongly coupled to the player, so much so, that it is a friend of player. This is what the Camera::ApplyCameraTransform looks like: glm::mat4 l_TransformationMatrix; m_pPlayer->m_pTransformation->GetTransformation(l_TransformationMatrix, false); l_TransformationMatrix = glm::core::function::matrix::inverse(l_TransformationMatrix); glMultMatrixf(glm::value_ptr(l_TransformationMatrix)); So, I take the player's transformation matrix and invert it to yield First person camera view. Since, Third person camera view is just a 'translated' first person view behind the player; what would be a good way to improve upon this (keeping in mind that I will be extending it to Third person camera as well. Thanks

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  • The Best Free Online First Person Shooter (FPS) Games

    - by Lori Kaufman
    First Person Shooter (FPS) games are action games centered around gun and projectile weapon-based combat. As the player, you experience the action directly through the eyes of the protagonist. FPS games have become a very popular type of game online. A lot of FPS games are paid, but there are many you can play for free. Most FPS games have online versions where you play in a supported browser or download a program for your PC that allows you to connect to the game online. We have collected links and information about some of the more popular free FPS games available. All the games listed here are free to play, but there may be some limitations, and you have to register for many of them and download game clients to your computer to be able to connect to the game online. Secure Yourself by Using Two-Step Verification on These 16 Web Services How to Fix a Stuck Pixel on an LCD Monitor How to Factory Reset Your Android Phone or Tablet When It Won’t Boot

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  • encfs error while decoding the data

    - by migrator
    I have installed encfs and started using it to secure all my personal & office data and it was working absolutely fine until 2 hours back. The setup is like this. I have a folder in Copy folder called OfficeData which gets synchronized with my Copy folder When I login into the system I use the command encfs ~/Copy/OfficeData ~/Documents/OfficeData Once my work is over I dismount with the command fusermount -u ~/Documents/OfficeData All this data get synchronized with my desktop and with my mobile phone (as a backup) Today when I mounted, the folder got mounted by no directories and files present in that folder. I was worried and read man encfs which gave me to run the command encfs -v -f ~/Copy/OfficeData ~/Documents/OfficeData 2> encfs-OfficeData-report.txt. The below is the output of the file encfs-OfficeData-report.txt. The directory "/home/sri/Documents/OfficeData" does not exist. Should it be created? (y,n) 13:16:26 (main.cpp:523) Root directory: /home/sri/Copy/OfficeData/ 13:16:26 (main.cpp:524) Fuse arguments: (fg) (threaded) (keyCheck) encfs /home/sri/Documents/OfficeData -f -s -o use_ino -o default_permissions 13:16:26 (FileUtils.cpp:177) version = 20 13:16:26 (FileUtils.cpp:181) found new serialization format 13:16:26 (FileUtils.cpp:199) subVersion = 20100713 13:16:26 (Interface.cpp:165) checking if ssl/aes(3:0:2) implements ssl/aes(3:0:0) 13:16:26 (SSL_Cipher.cpp:370) allocated cipher ssl/aes, keySize 32, ivlength 16 13:16:26 (Interface.cpp:165) checking if ssl/aes(3:0:2) implements ssl/aes(3:0:0) 13:16:26 (SSL_Cipher.cpp:370) allocated cipher ssl/aes, keySize 32, ivlength 16 13:16:26 (FileUtils.cpp:1620) useStdin: 0 13:16:46 (Interface.cpp:165) checking if ssl/aes(3:0:2) implements ssl/aes(3:0:0) 13:16:46 (SSL_Cipher.cpp:370) allocated cipher ssl/aes, keySize 32, ivlength 16 13:16:49 (FileUtils.cpp:1628) cipher key size = 52 13:16:49 (Interface.cpp:165) checking if nameio/block(3:0:1) implements nameio/block(3:0:0) 13:16:49 (MACFileIO.cpp:75) fs block size = 1024, macBytes = 8, randBytes = 0 13:16:49 (FileNode.cpp:127) calling setIV on (null) 13:16:49 (DirNode.cpp:770) created FileNode for /home/sri/Copy/OfficeData/ 13:16:49 (encfs.cpp:134) getattr /home/sri/Copy/OfficeData/ 13:16:49 (MACFileIO.cpp:75) fs block size = 1024, macBytes = 8, randBytes = 0 13:16:49 (FileNode.cpp:127) calling setIV on (null) 13:16:49 (DirNode.cpp:770) created FileNode for /home/sri/Copy/OfficeData/ 13:16:49 (encfs.cpp:134) getattr /home/sri/Copy/OfficeData/ 13:16:49 (MACFileIO.cpp:75) fs block size = 1024, macBytes = 8, randBytes = 0 13:16:49 (FileNode.cpp:127) calling setIV on (null) 13:16:49 (DirNode.cpp:770) created FileNode for /home/sri/Copy/OfficeData/ 13:16:49 (encfs.cpp:134) getattr /home/sri/Copy/OfficeData/ 13:16:49 (MACFileIO.cpp:75) fs block size = 1024, macBytes = 8, randBytes = 0 13:16:49 (FileNode.cpp:127) calling setIV on (null) 13:16:49 (DirNode.cpp:770) created FileNode for /home/sri/Copy/OfficeData/ 13:16:49 (encfs.cpp:134) getattr /home/sri/Copy/OfficeData/ 13:16:49 (MACFileIO.cpp:75) fs block size = 1024, macBytes = 8, randBytes = 0 13:16:49 (FileNode.cpp:127) calling setIV on (null) 13:16:49 (RawFileIO.cpp:191) getAttr error on /home/sri/Copy/OfficeData/UWbT-M-UKk1JpvNfN5uvOhGn: No such file or directory 13:16:49 (CipherFileIO.cpp:105) in setIV, current IV = 0, new IV = 4188221457101129840, fileIV = 0 13:16:49 (DirNode.cpp:770) created FileNode for /home/sri/Copy/OfficeData/UWbT-M-UKk1JpvNfN5uvOhGn 13:16:49 (encfs.cpp:134) getattr /home/sri/Copy/OfficeData/UWbT-M-UKk1JpvNfN5uvOhGn 13:16:49 (RawFileIO.cpp:191) getAttr error on /home/sri/Copy/OfficeData/UWbT-M-UKk1JpvNfN5uvOhGn: No such file or directory 13:16:49 (encfs.cpp:138) getattr error: No such file or directory 13:16:49 (MACFileIO.cpp:75) fs block size = 1024, macBytes = 8, randBytes = 0 13:16:49 (FileNode.cpp:127) calling setIV on (null) 13:16:49 (RawFileIO.cpp:191) getAttr error on /home/sri/Copy/OfficeData/o94olxB3orqarqyFviHKZ,ZF: No such file or directory 13:16:49 (CipherFileIO.cpp:105) in setIV, current IV = 0, new IV = 16725694203599486310, fileIV = 0 13:16:49 (DirNode.cpp:770) created FileNode for /home/sri/Copy/OfficeData/o94olxB3orqarqyFviHKZ,ZF 13:16:49 (encfs.cpp:134) getattr /home/sri/Copy/OfficeData/o94olxB3orqarqyFviHKZ,ZF 13:16:49 (RawFileIO.cpp:191) getAttr error on /home/sri/Copy/OfficeData/o94olxB3orqarqyFviHKZ,ZF: No such file or directory 13:16:49 (encfs.cpp:138) getattr error: No such file or directory 13:16:49 (MACFileIO.cpp:75) fs block size = 1024, macBytes = 8, randBytes = 0 13:16:49 (FileNode.cpp:127) calling setIV on (null) 13:16:49 (RawFileIO.cpp:191) getAttr error on /home/sri/Copy/OfficeData/tVglci2rgp9o8qE-m9AvX6JNj1lQs-ER0OvnxfOb30Z,3,: No such file or directory 13:16:49 (CipherFileIO.cpp:105) in setIV, current IV = 0, new IV = 1354483141023495884, fileIV = 0 13:16:49 (DirNode.cpp:770) created FileNode for /home/sri/Copy/OfficeData/tVglci2rgp9o8qE-m9AvX6JNj1lQs-ER0OvnxfOb30Z,3, 13:16:49 (encfs.cpp:134) getattr /home/sri/Copy/OfficeData/tVglci2rgp9o8qE-m9AvX6JNj1lQs-ER0OvnxfOb30Z,3, 13:16:49 (RawFileIO.cpp:191) getAttr error on /home/sri/Copy/OfficeData/tVglci2rgp9o8qE-m9AvX6JNj1lQs-ER0OvnxfOb30Z,3,: No such file or directory 13:16:49 (encfs.cpp:138) getattr error: No such file or directory 13:16:49 (MACFileIO.cpp:75) fs block size = 1024, macBytes = 8, randBytes = 0 13:16:49 (FileNode.cpp:127) calling setIV on (null) 13:16:49 (RawFileIO.cpp:191) getAttr error on /home/sri/Copy/OfficeData/r1KIEqVkz-,7-6CobavHCSNn: No such file or directory 13:16:49 (CipherFileIO.cpp:105) in setIV, current IV = 0, new IV = 16720606331386655431, fileIV = 0 13:16:49 (DirNode.cpp:770) created FileNode for /home/sri/Copy/OfficeData/r1KIEqVkz-,7-6CobavHCSNn 13:16:49 (encfs.cpp:134) getattr /home/sri/Copy/OfficeData/r1KIEqVkz-,7-6CobavHCSNn 13:16:49 (RawFileIO.cpp:191) getAttr error on /home/sri/Copy/OfficeData/r1KIEqVkz-,7-6CobavHCSNn: No such file or directory 13:16:49 (encfs.cpp:138) getattr error: No such file or directory 13:16:49 (encfs.cpp:213) getdir on /home/sri/Copy/OfficeData/ 13:16:49 (BlockNameIO.cpp:185) padding, _bx, finalSize = 208, 16, -192 13:16:49 (DirNode.cpp:132) error decoding filename: eWJrLh2dRFAY-7Brbsc,mTqf 13:16:49 (DirNode.cpp:132) error decoding filename: .encfs6.xml 13:16:49 (BlockNameIO.cpp:185) padding, _bx, finalSize = 218, 16, -202 13:16:49 (DirNode.cpp:132) error decoding filename: pvph9DkZ0BMPg2vN4UcfwuNU 13:16:49 (MACFileIO.cpp:75) fs block size = 1024, macBytes = 8, randBytes = 0 13:16:49 (FileNode.cpp:127) calling setIV on (null) 13:16:49 (DirNode.cpp:770) created FileNode for /home/sri/Copy/OfficeData/ 13:16:49 (encfs.cpp:134) getattr /home/sri/Copy/OfficeData/ 13:16:49 (encfs.cpp:213) getdir on /home/sri/Copy/OfficeData/ 13:16:49 (BlockNameIO.cpp:185) padding, _bx, finalSize = 208, 16, -192 13:16:49 (DirNode.cpp:132) error decoding filename: eWJrLh2dRFAY-7Brbsc,mTqf 13:16:49 (DirNode.cpp:132) error decoding filename: .encfs6.xml 13:16:49 (BlockNameIO.cpp:185) padding, _bx, finalSize = 218, 16, -202 13:16:49 (DirNode.cpp:132) error decoding filename: pvph9DkZ0BMPg2vN4UcfwuNU 13:16:49 (MACFileIO.cpp:75) fs block size = 1024, macBytes = 8, randBytes = 0 13:16:49 (FileNode.cpp:127) calling setIV on (null) 13:16:49 (DirNode.cpp:770) created FileNode for /home/sri/Copy/OfficeData/ 13:16:49 (encfs.cpp:134) getattr /home/sri/Copy/OfficeData/ 13:16:49 (encfs.cpp:213) getdir on /home/sri/Copy/OfficeData/ 13:16:49 (BlockNameIO.cpp:185) padding, _bx, finalSize = 208, 16, -192 13:16:49 (DirNode.cpp:132) error decoding filename: eWJrLh2dRFAY-7Brbsc,mTqf 13:16:49 (DirNode.cpp:132) error decoding filename: .encfs6.xml 13:16:49 (BlockNameIO.cpp:185) padding, _bx, finalSize = 218, 16, -202 13:16:49 (DirNode.cpp:132) error decoding filename: pvph9DkZ0BMPg2vN4UcfwuNU 13:16:49 (MACFileIO.cpp:75) fs block size = 1024, macBytes = 8, randBytes = 0 13:16:49 (FileNode.cpp:127) calling setIV on (null) 13:16:49 (DirNode.cpp:770) created FileNode for /home/sri/Copy/OfficeData/ 13:16:49 (encfs.cpp:134) getattr /home/sri/Copy/OfficeData/ 13:16:49 (encfs.cpp:213) getdir on /home/sri/Copy/OfficeData/ 13:16:49 (BlockNameIO.cpp:185) padding, _bx, finalSize = 208, 16, -192 13:16:49 (DirNode.cpp:132) error decoding filename: eWJrLh2dRFAY-7Brbsc,mTqf 13:16:49 (DirNode.cpp:132) error decoding filename: .encfs6.xml 13:16:49 (BlockNameIO.cpp:185) padding, _bx, finalSize = 218, 16, -202 13:16:49 (DirNode.cpp:132) error decoding filename: pvph9DkZ0BMPg2vN4UcfwuNU 13:16:49 (MACFileIO.cpp:75) fs block size = 1024, macBytes = 8, randBytes = 0 13:16:49 (FileNode.cpp:127) calling setIV on (null) 13:16:49 (DirNode.cpp:770) created FileNode for /home/sri/Copy/OfficeData/ 13:16:49 (encfs.cpp:134) getattr /home/sri/Copy/OfficeData/ 13:16:49 (encfs.cpp:213) getdir on /home/sri/Copy/OfficeData/ 13:16:49 (BlockNameIO.cpp:185) padding, _bx, finalSize = 208, 16, -192 13:16:49 (DirNode.cpp:132) error decoding filename: eWJrLh2dRFAY-7Brbsc,mTqf 13:16:49 (DirNode.cpp:132) error decoding filename: .encfs6.xml 13:16:49 (BlockNameIO.cpp:185) padding, _bx, finalSize = 218, 16, -202 13:16:49 (DirNode.cpp:132) error decoding filename: pvph9DkZ0BMPg2vN4UcfwuNU 13:16:49 (MACFileIO.cpp:75) fs block size = 1024, macBytes = 8, randBytes = 0 13:16:49 (FileNode.cpp:127) calling setIV on (null) 13:16:49 (DirNode.cpp:770) created FileNode for /home/sri/Copy/OfficeData/ 13:16:49 (encfs.cpp:134) getattr /home/sri/Copy/OfficeData/ 13:16:49 (encfs.cpp:213) getdir on /home/sri/Copy/OfficeData/ 13:16:49 (BlockNameIO.cpp:185) padding, _bx, finalSize = 208, 16, -192 13:16:49 (DirNode.cpp:132) error decoding filename: eWJrLh2dRFAY-7Brbsc,mTqf 13:16:49 (DirNode.cpp:132) error decoding filename: .encfs6.xml 13:16:49 (BlockNameIO.cpp:185) padding, _bx, finalSize = 218, 16, -202 13:16:49 (DirNode.cpp:132) error decoding filename: pvph9DkZ0BMPg2vN4UcfwuNU 13:16:49 (MACFileIO.cpp:75) fs block size = 1024, macBytes = 8, randBytes = 0 13:16:49 (FileNode.cpp:127) calling setIV on (null) 13:16:49 (DirNode.cpp:770) created FileNode for /home/sri/Copy/OfficeData/ 13:16:49 (encfs.cpp:134) getattr /home/sri/Copy/OfficeData/ 13:16:49 (encfs.cpp:213) getdir on /home/sri/Copy/OfficeData/ 13:16:49 (BlockNameIO.cpp:185) padding, _bx, finalSize = 208, 16, -192 13:16:49 (DirNode.cpp:132) error decoding filename: eWJrLh2dRFAY-7Brbsc,mTqf 13:16:49 (DirNode.cpp:132) error decoding filename: .encfs6.xml 13:16:49 (BlockNameIO.cpp:185) padding, _bx, finalSize = 218, 16, -202 13:16:49 (DirNode.cpp:132) error decoding filename: pvph9DkZ0BMPg2vN4UcfwuNU 13:16:49 (MACFileIO.cpp:75) fs block size = 1024, macBytes = 8, randBytes = 0 13:16:49 (FileNode.cpp:127) calling setIV on (null) 13:16:49 (DirNode.cpp:770) created FileNode for /home/sri/Copy/OfficeData/ 13:16:49 (encfs.cpp:134) getattr /home/sri/Copy/OfficeData/ 13:16:49 (encfs.cpp:213) getdir on /home/sri/Copy/OfficeData/ 13:16:49 (BlockNameIO.cpp:185) padding, _bx, finalSize = 208, 16, -192 13:16:49 (DirNode.cpp:132) error decoding filename: eWJrLh2dRFAY-7Brbsc,mTqf 13:16:49 (DirNode.cpp:132) error decoding filename: .encfs6.xml 13:16:49 (BlockNameIO.cpp:185) padding, _bx, finalSize = 218, 16, -202 13:16:49 (DirNode.cpp:132) error decoding filename: pvph9DkZ0BMPg2vN4UcfwuNU 13:16:49 (MACFileIO.cpp:75) fs block size = 1024, macBytes = 8, randBytes = 0 13:16:49 (FileNode.cpp:127) calling setIV on (null) 13:16:49 (DirNode.cpp:770) created FileNode for /home/sri/Copy/OfficeData/ 13:16:49 (encfs.cpp:134) getattr /home/sri/Copy/OfficeData/ 13:16:49 (encfs.cpp:213) getdir on /home/sri/Copy/OfficeData/ 13:16:49 (BlockNameIO.cpp:185) padding, _bx, finalSize = 208, 16, -192 13:16:49 (DirNode.cpp:132) error decoding filename: eWJrLh2dRFAY-7Brbsc,mTqf 13:16:49 (DirNode.cpp:132) error decoding filename: .encfs6.xml 13:16:49 (BlockNameIO.cpp:185) padding, _bx, finalSize = 218, 16, -202 13:16:49 (DirNode.cpp:132) error decoding filename: pvph9DkZ0BMPg2vN4UcfwuNU 13:16:49 (MACFileIO.cpp:75) fs block size = 1024, macBytes = 8, randBytes = 0 13:16:49 (FileNode.cpp:127) calling setIV on (null) 13:16:49 (DirNode.cpp:770) created FileNode for /home/sri/Copy/OfficeData/ 13:16:49 (encfs.cpp:134) getattr /home/sri/Copy/OfficeData/ 13:16:49 (encfs.cpp:213) getdir on /home/sri/Copy/OfficeData/ 13:16:49 (BlockNameIO.cpp:185) padding, _bx, finalSize = 208, 16, -192 13:16:49 (DirNode.cpp:132) error decoding filename: eWJrLh2dRFAY-7Brbsc,mTqf 13:16:49 (DirNode.cpp:132) error decoding filename: .encfs6.xml 13:16:49 (BlockNameIO.cpp:185) padding, _bx, finalSize = 218, 16, -202 13:16:49 (DirNode.cpp:132) error decoding filename: pvph9DkZ0BMPg2vN4UcfwuNU 13:16:49 (MACFileIO.cpp:75) fs block size = 1024, macBytes = 8, randBytes = 0 13:16:49 (FileNode.cpp:127) calling setIV on (null) 13:16:49 (DirNode.cpp:770) created FileNode for /home/sri/Copy/OfficeData/ 13:16:49 (encfs.cpp:134) getattr /home/sri/Copy/OfficeData/ 13:16:49 (encfs.cpp:213) getdir on /home/sri/Copy/OfficeData/ 13:16:49 (BlockNameIO.cpp:185) padding, _bx, finalSize = 208, 16, -192 13:16:49 (DirNode.cpp:132) error decoding filename: eWJrLh2dRFAY-7Brbsc,mTqf 13:16:49 (DirNode.cpp:132) error decoding filename: .encfs6.xml 13:16:49 (BlockNameIO.cpp:185) padding, _bx, finalSize = 218, 16, -202 13:16:49 (DirNode.cpp:132) error decoding filename: pvph9DkZ0BMPg2vN4UcfwuNU 13:16:49 (MACFileIO.cpp:75) fs block size = 1024, macBytes = 8, randBytes = 0 13:16:49 (FileNode.cpp:127) calling setIV on (null) 13:16:49 (DirNode.cpp:770) created FileNode for /home/sri/Copy/OfficeData/ 13:16:49 (encfs.cpp:134) getattr /home/sri/Copy/OfficeData/ 13:16:49 (encfs.cpp:213) getdir on /home/sri/Copy/OfficeData/ 13:16:49 (BlockNameIO.cpp:185) padding, _bx, finalSize = 208, 16, -192 13:16:49 (DirNode.cpp:132) error decoding filename: eWJrLh2dRFAY-7Brbsc,mTqf 13:16:49 (DirNode.cpp:132) error decoding filename: .encfs6.xml 13:16:49 (BlockNameIO.cpp:185) padding, _bx, finalSize = 218, 16, -202 13:16:49 (DirNode.cpp:132) error decoding filename: pvph9DkZ0BMPg2vN4UcfwuNU 13:16:49 (MACFileIO.cpp:75) fs block size = 1024, macBytes = 8, randBytes = 0 13:16:49 (FileNode.cpp:127) calling setIV on (null) 13:16:49 (DirNode.cpp:770) created FileNode for /home/sri/Copy/OfficeData/ 13:16:49 (encfs.cpp:134) getattr /home/sri/Copy/OfficeData/ 13:16:49 (encfs.cpp:213) getdir on /home/sri/Copy/OfficeData/ 13:16:49 (BlockNameIO.cpp:185) padding, _bx, finalSize = 208, 16, -192 13:16:49 (DirNode.cpp:132) error decoding filename: eWJrLh2dRFAY-7Brbsc,mTqf 13:16:49 (DirNode.cpp:132) error decoding filename: .encfs6.xml 13:16:49 (BlockNameIO.cpp:185) padding, _bx, finalSize = 218, 16, -202 13:16:49 (DirNode.cpp:132) error decoding filename: pvph9DkZ0BMPg2vN4UcfwuNU 13:16:49 (MACFileIO.cpp:75) fs block size = 1024, macBytes = 8, randBytes = 0 13:16:49 (FileNode.cpp:127) calling setIV on (null) 13:16:49 (DirNode.cpp:770) created FileNode for /home/sri/Copy/OfficeData/ 13:16:49 (encfs.cpp:134) getattr /home/sri/Copy/OfficeData/ 13:16:49 (encfs.cpp:213) getdir on /home/sri/Copy/OfficeData/ 13:16:49 (BlockNameIO.cpp:185) padding, _bx, finalSize = 208, 16, -192 13:16:49 (DirNode.cpp:132) error decoding filename: eWJrLh2dRFAY-7Brbsc,mTqf 13:16:49 (DirNode.cpp:132) error decoding filename: .encfs6.xml 13:16:49 (BlockNameIO.cpp:185) padding, _bx, finalSize = 218, 16, -202 13:16:49 (DirNode.cpp:132) error decoding filename: pvph9DkZ0BMPg2vN4UcfwuNU 13:16:49 (MACFileIO.cpp:75) fs block size = 1024, macBytes = 8, randBytes = 0 13:16:49 (FileNode.cpp:127) calling setIV on (null) 13:16:49 (DirNode.cpp:770) created FileNode for /home/sri/Copy/OfficeData/ 13:16:49 (encfs.cpp:134) getattr /home/sri/Copy/OfficeData/ 13:16:49 (encfs.cpp:213) getdir on /home/sri/Copy/OfficeData/ 13:16:49 (BlockNameIO.cpp:185) padding, _bx, finalSize = 208, 16, -192 13:16:49 (DirNode.cpp:132) error decoding filename: eWJrLh2dRFAY-7Brbsc,mTqf 13:16:49 (DirNode.cpp:132) error decoding filename: .encfs6.xml 13:16:49 (BlockNameIO.cpp:185) padding, _bx, finalSize = 218, 16, -202 13:16:49 (DirNode.cpp:132) error decoding filename: pvph9DkZ0BMPg2vN4UcfwuNU 13:16:49 (MACFileIO.cpp:75) fs block size = 1024, macBytes = 8, randBytes = 0 13:16:49 (FileNode.cpp:127) calling setIV on (null) 13:16:49 (DirNode.cpp:770) created FileNode for /home/sri/Copy/OfficeData/ 13:16:49 (encfs.cpp:134) getattr /home/sri/Copy/OfficeData/ 13:16:49 (encfs.cpp:213) getdir on /home/sri/Copy/OfficeData/ 13:16:49 (BlockNameIO.cpp:185) padding, _bx, finalSize = 208, 16, -192 13:16:49 (DirNode.cpp:132) error decoding filename: eWJrLh2dRFAY-7Brbsc,mTqf 13:16:49 (DirNode.cpp:132) error decoding filename: .encfs6.xml 13:16:49 (BlockNameIO.cpp:185) padding, _bx, finalSize = 218, 16, -202 13:16:49 (DirNode.cpp:132) error decoding filename: pvph9DkZ0BMPg2vN4UcfwuNU 13:16:49 (MACFileIO.cpp:75) fs block size = 1024, macBytes = 8, randBytes = 0 13:16:49 (FileNode.cpp:127) calling setIV on (null) 13:16:49 (DirNode.cpp:770) created FileNode for /home/sri/Copy/OfficeData/ 13:16:49 (encfs.cpp:134) getattr /home/sri/Copy/OfficeData/ 13:16:49 (encfs.cpp:213) getdir on /home/sri/Copy/OfficeData/ 13:16:49 (BlockNameIO.cpp:185) padding, _bx, finalSize = 208, 16, -192 13:16:49 (DirNode.cpp:132) error decoding filename: eWJrLh2dRFAY-7Brbsc,mTqf 13:16:49 (DirNode.cpp:132) error decoding filename: .encfs6.xml 13:16:49 (BlockNameIO.cpp:185) padding, _bx, finalSize = 218, 16, -202 13:16:49 (DirNode.cpp:132) error decoding filename: pvph9DkZ0BMPg2vN4UcfwuNU 13:16:49 (MACFileIO.cpp:75) fs block size = 1024, macBytes = 8, randBytes = 0 13:16:49 (FileNode.cpp:127) calling setIV on (null) 13:16:49 (DirNode.cpp:770) created FileNode for /home/sri/Copy/OfficeData/ 13:16:49 (encfs.cpp:134) getattr /home/sri/Copy/OfficeData/ 13:16:49 (encfs.cpp:213) getdir on /home/sri/Copy/OfficeData/ 13:16:49 (BlockNameIO.cpp:185) padding, _bx, finalSize = 208, 16, -192 13:16:49 (DirNode.cpp:132) error decoding filename: eWJrLh2dRFAY-7Brbsc,mTqf 13:16:49 (DirNode.cpp:132) error decoding filename: .encfs6.xml 13:16:49 (BlockNameIO.cpp:185) padding, _bx, finalSize = 218, 16, -202 13:16:49 (DirNode.cpp:132) error decoding filename: pvph9DkZ0BMPg2vN4UcfwuNU 13:16:49 (MACFileIO.cpp:75) fs block size = 1024, macBytes = 8, randBytes = 0 13:16:49 (FileNode.cpp:127) calling setIV on (null) 13:16:49 (DirNode.cpp:770) created FileNode for /home/sri/Copy/OfficeData/ 13:16:49 (encfs.cpp:134) getattr /home/sri/Copy/OfficeData/ 13:16:49 (encfs.cpp:213) getdir on /home/sri/Copy/OfficeData/ 13:16:49 (BlockNameIO.cpp:185) padding, _bx, finalSize = 208, 16, -192 13:16:49 (DirNode.cpp:132) error decoding filename: eWJrLh2dRFAY-7Brbsc,mTqf 13:16:49 (DirNode.cpp:132) error decoding filename: .encfs6.xml 13:16:49 (BlockNameIO.cpp:185) padding, _bx, finalSize = 218, 16, -202 13:16:49 (DirNode.cpp:132) error decoding filename: pvph9DkZ0BMPg2vN4UcfwuNU 13:16:49 (MACFileIO.cpp:75) fs block size = 1024, macBytes = 8, randBytes = 0 13:16:49 (FileNode.cpp:127) calling setIV on (null) 13:16:49 (DirNode.cpp:770) created FileNode for /home/sri/Copy/OfficeData/ 13:16:49 (encfs.cpp:134) getattr /home/sri/Copy/OfficeData/ 13:16:49 (encfs.cpp:213) getdir on /home/sri/Copy/OfficeData/ 13:16:49 (BlockNameIO.cpp:185) padding, _bx, finalSize = 208, 16, -192 13:16:49 (DirNode.cpp:132) error decoding filename: eWJrLh2dRFAY-7Brbsc,mTqf 13:16:49 (DirNode.cpp:132) error decoding filename: .encfs6.xml 13:16:49 (BlockNameIO.cpp:185) padding, _bx, finalSize = 218, 16, -202 13:16:49 (DirNode.cpp:132) error decoding filename: pvph9DkZ0BMPg2vN4UcfwuNU 13:16:49 (MACFileIO.cpp:75) fs block size = 1024, macBytes = 8, randBytes = 0 13:16:49 (FileNode.cpp:127) calling setIV on (null) 13:16:49 (DirNode.cpp:770) created FileNode for /home/sri/Copy/OfficeData/ 13:16:49 (encfs.cpp:134) getattr /home/sri/Copy/OfficeData/ 13:16:49 (MACFileIO.cpp:75) fs block size = 1024, macBytes = 8, randBytes = 0 13:16:49 (FileNode.cpp:127) calling setIV on (null) 13:16:49 (DirNode.cpp:770) created FileNode for /home/sri/Copy/OfficeData/ 13:16:49 (encfs.cpp:134) getattr /home/sri/Copy/OfficeData/ 13:16:49 (encfs.cpp:213) getdir on /home/sri/Copy/OfficeData/ 13:16:49 (BlockNameIO.cpp:185) padding, _bx, finalSize = 208, 16, -192 13:16:49 (DirNode.cpp:132) error decoding filename: eWJrLh2dRFAY-7Brbsc,mTqf 13:16:49 (DirNode.cpp:132) error decoding filename: .encfs6.xml 13:16:49 (BlockNameIO.cpp:185) padding, _bx, finalSize = 218, 16, -202 13:16:49 (DirNode.cpp:132) error decoding filename: pvph9DkZ0BMPg2vN4UcfwuNU 13:16:49 (MACFileIO.cpp:75) fs block size = 1024, macBytes = 8, randBytes = 0 13:16:49 (FileNode.cpp:127) calling setIV on (null) 13:16:49 (DirNode.cpp:770) created FileNode for /home/sri/Copy/OfficeData/ 13:16:49 (encfs.cpp:134) getattr /home/sri/Copy/OfficeData/ 13:16:49 (MACFileIO.cpp:75) fs block size = 1024, macBytes = 8, randBytes = 0 13:16:49 (FileNode.cpp:127) calling setIV on (null) 13:16:49 (RawFileIO.cpp:191) getAttr error on /home/sri/Copy/OfficeData/r1KIEqVkz-,7-6CobavHCSNn: No such file or directory 13:16:49 (CipherFileIO.cpp:105) in setIV, current IV = 0, new IV = 16720606331386655431, fileIV = 0 13:16:49 (DirNode.cpp:770) created FileNode for /home/sri/Copy/OfficeData/r1KIEqVkz-,7-6CobavHCSNn 13:16:49 (encfs.cpp:134) getattr /home/sri/Copy/OfficeData/r1KIEqVkz-,7-6CobavHCSNn 13:16:49 (RawFileIO.cpp:191) getAttr error on /home/sri/Copy/OfficeData/r1KIEqVkz-,7-6CobavHCSNn: No such file or directory 13:16:49 (encfs.cpp:138) getattr error: No such file or directory 13:19:31 (MACFileIO.cpp:75) fs block size = 1024, macBytes = 8, randBytes = 0 13:19:31 (FileNode.cpp:127) calling setIV on (null) 13:19:31 (DirNode.cpp:770) created FileNode for /home/sri/Copy/OfficeData/ 13:19:31 (encfs.cpp:134) getattr /home/sri/Copy/OfficeData/ 13:19:31 (encfs.cpp:685) doing statfs of /home/sri/Copy/OfficeData 13:19:32 (MACFileIO.cpp:75) fs block size = 1024, macBytes = 8, randBytes = 0 13:19:32 (FileNode.cpp:127) calling setIV on (null) 13:19:32 (RawFileIO.cpp:191) getAttr error on /home/sri/Copy/OfficeData/LuT8R,DlpRnNH9b,fjWiKHKc: No such file or directory 13:19:32 (CipherFileIO.cpp:105) in setIV, current IV = 0, new IV = 13735228085838055696, fileIV = 0 13:19:32 (DirNode.cpp:770) created FileNode for /home/sri/Copy/OfficeData/LuT8R,DlpRnNH9b,fjWiKHKc 13:19:32 (encfs.cpp:134) getattr /home/sri/Copy/OfficeData/LuT8R,DlpRnNH9b,fjWiKHKc 13:19:32 (RawFileIO.cpp:191) getAttr error on /home/sri/Copy/OfficeData/LuT8R,DlpRnNH9b,fjWiKHKc: No such file or directory 13:19:32 (encfs.cpp:138) getattr error: No such file or directory 13:19:32 (encfs.cpp:685) doing statfs of /home/sri/Copy/OfficeData 13:19:32 (MACFileIO.cpp:75) fs block size = 1024, macBytes = 8, randBytes = 0 13:19:32 (FileNode.cpp:127) calling setIV on (null) 13:19:32 (RawFileIO.cpp:191) getAttr error on /home/sri/Copy/OfficeData/UWbT-M-UKk1JpvNfN5uvOhGn: No such file or directory 13:19:32 (CipherFileIO.cpp:105) in setIV, current IV = 0, new IV = 4188221457101129840, fileIV = 0 13:19:32 (DirNode.cpp:770) created FileNode for /home/sri/Copy/OfficeData/UWbT-M-UKk1JpvNfN5uvOhGn 13:19:32 (encfs.cpp:134) getattr /home/sri/Copy/OfficeData/UWbT-M-UKk1JpvNfN5uvOhGn 13:19:32 (RawFileIO.cpp:191) getAttr error on /home/sri/Copy/OfficeData/UWbT-M-UKk1JpvNfN5uvOhGn: No such file or directory 13:19:32 (encfs.cpp:138) getattr error: No such file or directory 13:19:32 (MACFileIO.cpp:75) fs block size = 1024, macBytes = 8, randBytes = 0 13:19:32 (FileNode.cpp:127) calling setIV on (null) 13:19:32 (RawFileIO.cpp:191) getAttr error on /home/sri/Copy/OfficeData/o94olxB3orqarqyFviHKZ,ZF: No such file or directory 13:19:32 (CipherFileIO.cpp:105) in setIV, current IV = 0, new IV = 16725694203599486310, fileIV = 0 13:19:32 (DirNode.cpp:770) created FileNode for /home/sri/Copy/OfficeData/o94olxB3orqarqyFviHKZ,ZF 13:19:32 (encfs.cpp:134) getattr /home/sri/Copy/OfficeData/o94olxB3orqarqyFviHKZ,ZF 13:19:32 (RawFileIO.cpp:191) getAttr error on /home/sri/Copy/OfficeData/o94olxB3orqarqyFviHKZ,ZF: No such file or directory 13:19:32 (encfs.cpp:138) getattr error: No such file or directory 13:19:32 (encfs.cpp:213) getdir on /home/sri/Copy/OfficeData/ 13:19:32 (BlockNameIO.cpp:185) padding, _bx, finalSize = 208, 16, -192 13:19:32 (DirNode.cpp:132) error decoding filename: eWJrLh2dRFAY-7Brbsc,mTqf 13:19:32 (DirNode.cpp:132) error decoding filename: .encfs6.xml 13:19:32 (BlockNameIO.cpp:185) padding, _bx, finalSize = 218, 16, -202 13:19:32 (DirNode.cpp:132) error decoding filename: pvph9DkZ0BMPg2vN4UcfwuNU 13:24:10 (openssl.cpp:48) Allocating 41 locks for OpenSSL Please help me Thanks in advance.

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  • Use synergy with Physical KVM

    - by Mr. Man
    I am using synergy on a Linux Mint computer as the server with a Mac as the client. I also have a physical KVM switch. The problem I have is that when ever I switch the physical KVM to my Mac, synergy stops working as in the keyboard and mouse don't work with the Mac. Thanks in advance! EDIT: here are some logs: From the Mint machine: INFO: synergys.cpp,1042: Synergy server 1.3.1 on Linux 2.6.31-14-generic #48-Ubuntu SMP Fri Oct 16 14:04:26 UTC 2009 i686 DEBUG: synergys.cpp,1051: opening configuration synergy.conf DEBUG: synergys.cpp,1062: configuration read successfully DEBUG: CXWindowsScreen.cpp,847: XOpenDisplay(:0.0) DEBUG: CXWindowsScreenSaver.cpp,339: xscreensaver window: 0x00000000 DEBUG: CXWindowsScreen.cpp,117: screen shape: 0,0 1024x768 DEBUG: CXWindowsScreen.cpp,118: window is 0x03800004 DEBUG: CScreen.cpp,38: opened display DEBUG: CXWindowsScreen.cpp,679: registered hotkey F12 (id=efc9 mask=0000) as id=1 NOTE: synergys.cpp,500: started server INFO: CServer.cpp,1141: screen ubuntu shape changed NOTE: CClientListener.cpp,127: accepted client connection DEBUG: CClientProxy1_0.cpp,404: received client marks-mac.local info shape=-1024,0 2304x800 NOTE: CServer.cpp,278: client mac has connected INFO: CServer.cpp,447: switch from ubuntu to mac at -1024,393 INFO: CScreen.cpp,116: leaving screen DEBUG: CXWindowsClipboard.cDEBUG: CXWindowsClipboard.cDEBUG: CXWindowsClipboard.cDEBUG: CXWindowsClipboard.cDEBUG: CXWindowsClipboard.cDEBUG: CXWinavDEBUG: CXWindowsClipboard.cDEBUG: CXWindowsClipboard.cDEBUG302)DEBUG: CXWindowsClipboard.cDEBUG: CXWindowsClipboard.cDE47DEBUG: CXWindowsClipboard.cDEBUG: CXWindowsrset=utf-8 (633), text/plain (462) DEBUG: CXWindowsClipboard.cpp,555: added fDEBUG: CXWindowsClipboard.cpp,555: added f DEBUG: CXWindCXWDEBUG: CXWindowsClipboard.cpp,555: added fDEBUG:SerDEBUG: CXWindowsClipboard.cpp,555: ed DEBUG: CXWindowsClipboard.cpp,555: added fDEBUG: CXWindowsClipboard.cpp,555owsClDEBUG: CXWindowsClipboard.cpp,555: 1DEBUG: CXWindowsClipboard.cpp,555: added fDEBUG: getDEBUG: CXWindowsClipboard.cpp,555: added f DEBUG: CXW8_STDEBUG: CXWindowsClipboard.cpp,555: added fDEBUG: CXWindowsClipboard.cpp,555: added fD textDEBUG: CXWindowsClipboard.cpp,555: added fDEBU DEBUG: CXWindowsClipboard.cpp,555: added fDEBUG: CXWindowsClipinDEBUG: CXWindowsClipboard.cpp,555:oardDEBUG: CXWindowsClipboard.cpp,555: added fDEBUG: CXWindowsClipboard.cpp,555: added fDEBUG: CXWindCXWDEBUG: CXWindowsClipboard.cpp,555: added fDEBUG:SerDEBUG: CXWindowsClipboard.cpp,555: ed DEBUG: CXWindowsClipboard.cpp,555: added fDEBUG: CXWindowsClipboard.cpp,555owsClDEBUG: CXWindowsClipboard.cpp,555: 1DEBUG: CXWindowsClipboard.cpp, s From the Mac: connecting to '192.168.3.5': 192.168.3.5:24800 connected to server entering screen leaving screen entering screen leaving screen stopped client

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  • Problem using yaml-cpp on OS X

    - by Thomas
    So I'm having trouble compiling my application which is using yaml-cpp I'm including "yaml.h" in my source files (just like the examples in the yaml-cpp wiki) but when I try compiling the application I get the following error: g++ -c -o entityresourcemanager.o entityresourcemanager.cpp entityresourcemanager.cpp:2:18: error: yaml.h: No such file or directory make: *** [entityresourcemanager.o] Error 1 my makefile looks like this: CC = g++ CFLAGS = -Wall APPNAME = game UNAME = uname OBJECTS := $(patsubst %.cpp,%.o,$(wildcard *.cpp)) mac: $(OBJECTS) $(CC) `pkg-config --cflags --libs sdl` `pkg-config --cflags --libs yaml-cpp` $(CFLAGS) -o $(APPNAME) $(OBJECTS) pkg-config --cflags --libs yaml-cpp returns: -I/usr/local/include/yaml-cpp -L/usr/local/lib -lyaml-cpp and yaml.h is indeed located in /usr/local/include/yaml-cpp Any idea what I could do? Thanks

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  • Starcraft 2 - Third Person Custom Map

    - by Norla
    I would like to try my hand at creating a custom map in Starcraft 2 that has a third-person camera follow an individual unit. There are a few custom maps that exist with this feature already, so I do know this is possible. What I'm having trouble wrapping my head around are the features that are new to the SC2 map editor that didn't exist in the Warcraft 3 editor. For instance, to do a third-person map, do I need a custom mods file, or can everything be done in the map file? Regardless, is it worth using a mod file? What map settings do I NEED to edit/implement? Which are not necessary, but recommended?

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  • Issue Parsing File with YAML-CPP

    - by Andrew
    In the following code, I'm having some sort of issue getting my .yaml file parsed using parser.GetNextDocument(doc);. After much gross debugging, I've found that the (main) issue here is that my for loop is not running, due to doc.size() == 0; What am I doing wrong? void BookView::load() { aBook.clear(); QString fileName = QFileDialog::getOpenFileName(this, tr("Load Address Book"), "", tr("Address Book (*.yaml);;All Files (*)")); if(fileName.isEmpty()) { return; } else { try { std::ifstream fin(fileName.toStdString().c_str()); YAML::Parser parser(fin); YAML::Node doc; std::map< std::string, std::string > entry; parser.GetNextDocument(doc); std::cout << doc.size(); for( YAML::Iterator it = doc.begin(); it != doc.end(); it++ ) { *it >> entry; aBook.push_back(entry); } } catch(YAML::ParserException &e) { std::cout << "YAML Exception caught: " << e.what() << std::endl; } } updateLayout( Navigating ); } The .yaml file being read was generated using yaml-cpp, so I assume it is correctly formed YAML, but just in case, here's the file anyways. ^@^@^@\230--- - address: ****************** comment: None. email: andrew(dot)levenson(at)gmail(dot)com name: Andrew Levenson phone: **********^@ Edit: By request, the emitting code: void BookView::save() { QString fileName = QFileDialog::getSaveFileName(this, tr("Save Address Book"), "", tr("Address Book (*.yaml);;All Files (*)")); if (fileName.isEmpty()) { return; } else { QFile file(fileName); if(!file.open(QIODevice::WriteOnly)) { QMessageBox::information(this, tr("Unable to open file"), file.errorString()); return; } std::vector< std::map< std::string, std::string > >::iterator itr; std::map< std::string, std::string >::iterator mItr; YAML::Emitter yaml; yaml << YAML::BeginSeq; for( itr = aBook.begin(); itr < aBook.end(); itr++ ) { yaml << YAML::BeginMap; for( mItr = (*itr).begin(); mItr != (*itr).end(); mItr++ ) { yaml << YAML::Key << (*mItr).first << YAML::Value << (*mItr).second; } yaml << YAML::EndMap; } yaml << YAML::EndSeq; QDataStream out(&file); out.setVersion(QDataStream::Qt_4_5); out << yaml.c_str(); } }

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  • Who owns code if its written by one person with another person directing [on hold]

    - by user136226
    I have an Issue that I need some info on. Basically what Im looking to find out is if I create software,and someone else gives me direction on what they want the software to look like,e.g. an image here,this font of text and it must behave in a certain way. Also some of the code was not developed on my computer and there is no official agreement in place. Not looking to screw anyone over here but need to protect myself if things go sour. Do I own the software or is it jointly owned? Thanks

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  • Improve mouse movement in First person game

    - by brainydexter
    In my current FPS game, I have the mouse setup in a way, that it always forces the position of the mouse to be centered at the screen. This gets the job done, but also gets very annoying, since the mouse is "fixed" at the center of the screen. Here is what I am doing: get mouse current position find offset from center of the screen set mouse current position to center of the screen apply difference to m_pTransformation (transformation matrix of the player) Is there a better way to deal with this ?

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  • Qt Linking Error.

    - by Wallah
    Hi, I configure qt-x11 with following options ./configure -prefix /iTalk/qtx11 -prefix-install -bindir /iTalk/qtx11-install/bin -libdir /iTalk/qtx11-install/lib -docdir /iTalk/qtx11-install/doc -headerdir /iTalk/qtx11-install/include -datadir /iTalk/qtx11-install/data -examplesdir /iTalk/qtx11-install/examples -demosdir /iTalk/qtx11-install/demos -debug. Now I am getting following errors in Fedora Core 6. Can you please tell me where the problem is? obj/debug-shared/qapplication_x11.o: In function `qt_init(QApplicationPrivate*, int, _XDisplay*, unsigned long, unsigned long)': /iTalk/QT4/qt/src/gui/kernel/qapplication_x11.cpp:1713: undefined reference to `FcInit' .obj/debug-shared/qfontdatabase.o: In function `queryFont': /iTalk/QT4/qt/src/gui/text/qfontdatabase_x11.cpp:1727: undefined reference to `FcFreeTypeQuery' .obj/debug-shared/qfontdatabase.o: In function `registerFont': /iTalk/QT4/qt/src/gui/text/qfontdatabase_x11.cpp:1959: undefined reference to `FcConfigGetCurrent' /iTalk/QT4/qt/src/gui/text/qfontdatabase_x11.cpp:1963: undefined reference to `FcConfigGetFonts' /iTalk/QT4/qt/src/gui/text/qfontdatabase_x11.cpp:1965: undefined reference to `FcConfigAppFontAddFile' /iTalk/QT4/qt/src/gui/text/qfontdatabase_x11.cpp:1966: undefined reference to `FcConfigGetFonts' /iTalk/QT4/qt/src/gui/text/qfontdatabase_x11.cpp:1985: undefined reference to `FcConfigGetBlanks' /iTalk/QT4/qt/src/gui/text/qfontdatabase_x11.cpp:1997: undefined reference to `FcPatternDel' /iTalk/QT4/qt/src/gui/text/qfontdatabase_x11.cpp:1998: undefined reference to `FcPatternAddString' /iTalk/QT4/qt/src/gui/text/qfontdatabase_x11.cpp:2001: undefined reference to `FcPatternGetString' /iTalk/QT4/qt/src/gui/text/qfontdatabase_x11.cpp:2006: undefined reference to `FcFontSetAdd' .obj/debug-shared/qfontdatabase.o: In function `qt_FcPatternToQFontDef(_FcPattern*, QFontDef const&)': /iTalk/QT4/qt/src/gui/text/qfontdatabase_x11.cpp:746: undefined reference to `FcPatternGetString' /iTalk/QT4/qt/src/gui/text/qfontdatabase_x11.cpp:751: undefined reference to `FcPatternGetDouble' /iTalk/QT4/qt/src/gui/text/qfontdatabase_x11.cpp:759: undefined reference to `FcPatternGetDouble' /iTalk/QT4/qt/src/gui/text/qfontdatabase_x11.cpp:771: undefined reference to `FcPatternGetInteger' /iTalk/QT4/qt/src/gui/text/qfontdatabase_x11.cpp:776: undefined reference to `FcPatternGetInteger' /iTalk/QT4/qt/src/gui/text/qfontdatabase_x11.cpp:786: undefined reference to `FcPatternGetBool' /iTalk/QT4/qt/src/gui/text/qfontdatabase_x11.cpp:793: undefined reference to `FcPatternGetInteger' /iTalk/QT4/qt/src/gui/text/qfontdatabase_x11.cpp:800: undefined reference to `FcPatternGetInteger' .obj/debug-shared/qfontdatabase.o: In function `FcFontSetRemove': /iTalk/QT4/qt/src/gui/text/qfontdatabase_x11.cpp:1573: undefined reference to `FcPatternDestroy' .obj/debug-shared/qfontdatabase.o: In function `qt_fontSetForPattern(_FcPattern*, QFontDef const&)': /iTalk/QT4/qt/src/gui/text/qfontdatabase_x11.cpp:1657: undefined reference to `FcFontSort' /iTalk/QT4/qt/src/gui/text/qfontdatabase_x11.cpp:1671: undefined reference to `FcPatternGetBool' .obj/debug-shared/qfontdatabase.o: In function `qt_addPatternProps(_FcPattern*, int, int, QFontDef const&)': /iTalk/QT4/qt/src/gui/text/qfontdatabase_x11.cpp:1449: undefined reference to `FcPatternAddInteger' /iTalk/QT4/qt/src/gui/text/qfontdatabase_x11.cpp:1456: undefined reference to `FcPatternAddInteger' /iTalk/QT4/qt/src/gui/text/qfontdatabase_x11.cpp:1459: undefined reference to `FcPatternAddDouble' /iTalk/QT4/qt/src/gui/text/qfontdatabase_x11.cpp:1464: undefined reference to `FcPatternAddInteger' /iTalk/QT4/qt/src/gui/text/qfontdatabase_x11.cpp:1468: undefined reference to `FcPatternAddBool' /iTalk/QT4/qt/src/gui/text/qfontdatabase_x11.cpp:1471: undefined reference to `FcPatternAddBool' /iTalk/QT4/qt/src/gui/text/qfontdatabase_x11.cpp:1476: undefined reference to `FcLangSetCreate' /iTalk/QT4/qt/src/gui/text/qfontdatabase_x11.cpp:1477: undefined reference to `FcLangSetAdd' /iTalk/QT4/qt/src/gui/text/qfontdatabase_x11.cpp:1478: undefined reference to `FcPatternAddLangSet' /iTalk/QT4/qt/src/gui/text/qfontdatabase_x11.cpp:1479: undefined reference to `FcLangSetDestroy' .obj/debug-shared/qfontdatabase.o: In function `tryPatternLoad': /iTalk/QT4/qt/src/gui/text/qfontdatabase_x11.cpp:1588: undefined reference to `FcPatternDuplicate' /iTalk/QT4/qt/src/gui/text/qfontdatabase_x11.cpp:1593: undefined reference to `FcConfigSubstitute' /iTalk/QT4/qt/src/gui/text/qfontdatabase_x11.cpp:1594: undefined reference to `FcDefaultSubstitute' /iTalk/QT4/qt/src/gui/text/qfontdatabase_x11.cpp:1596: undefined reference to `FcFontMatch' /iTalk/QT4/qt/src/gui/text/qfontdatabase_x11.cpp:1606: undefined reference to `FcPatternDuplicate' /iTalk/QT4/qt/src/gui/text/qfontdatabase_x11.cpp:1613: undefined reference to `FcPatternGetCharSet' /iTalk/QT4/qt/src/gui/text/qfontdatabase_x11.cpp:1615: undefined reference to `FcCharSetHasChar' /iTalk/QT4/qt/src/gui/text/qfontdatabase_x11.cpp:1619: undefined reference to `FcPatternGetLangSet' /iTalk/QT4/qt/src/gui/text/qfontdatabase_x11.cpp:1621: undefined reference to `FcLangSetHasLang' /iTalk/QT4/qt/src/gui/text/qfontdatabase_x11.cpp:1628: undefined reference to `FcPatternDel' /iTalk/QT4/qt/src/gui/text/qfontdatabase_x11.cpp:1629: undefined reference to `FcPatternAddBool' /iTalk/QT4/qt/src/gui/text/qfontdatabase_x11.cpp:1646: undefined reference to `FcPatternDestroy' /iTalk/QT4/qt/src/gui/text/qfontdatabase_x11.cpp:1648: undefined reference to `FcPatternDestroy' .obj/debug-shared/qfontdatabase.o: In function `loadFontConfig': /iTalk/QT4/qt/src/gui/text/qfontdatabase_x11.cpp:1023: undefined reference to `FcObjectSetCreate' /iTalk/QT4/qt/src/gui/text/qfontdatabase_x11.cpp:1024: undefined reference to `FcPatternCreate' /iTalk/QT4/qt/src/gui/text/qfontdatabase_x11.cpp:1037: undefined reference to `FcObjectSetAdd' /iTalk/QT4/qt/src/gui/text/qfontdatabase_x11.cpp:1040: undefined reference to `FcFontList' /iTalk/QT4/qt/src/gui/text/qfontdatabase_x11.cpp:1041: undefined reference to `FcObjectSetDestroy' /iTalk/QT4/qt/src/gui/text/qfontdatabase_x11.cpp:1042: undefined reference to `FcPatternDestroy' /iTalk/QT4/qt/src/gui/text/qfontdatabase_x11.cpp:1046: undefined reference to `FcPatternGetString' /iTalk/QT4/qt/src/gui/text/qfontdatabase_x11.cpp:1057: undefined reference to `FcPatternGetInteger' /iTalk/QT4/qt/src/gui/text/qfontdatabase_x11.cpp:1059: undefined reference to `FcPatternGetInteger' /iTalk/QT4/qt/src/gui/text/qfontdatabase_x11.cpp:1061: undefined reference to `FcPatternGetInteger' /iTalk/QT4/qt/src/gui/text/qfontdatabase_x11.cpp:1063: undefined reference to `FcPatternGetString' /iTalk/QT4/qt/src/gui/text/qfontdatabase_x11.cpp:1065: undefined reference to `FcPatternGetInteger' /iTalk/QT4/qt/src/gui/text/qfontdatabase_x11.cpp:1067: undefined reference to `FcPatternGetBool' /iTalk/QT4/qt/src/gui/text/qfontdatabase_x11.cpp:1069: undefined reference to `FcPatternGetString' /iTalk/QT4/qt/src/gui/text/qfontdatabase_x11.cpp:1074: undefined reference to `FcPatternGetLangSet' /iTalk/QT4/qt/src/gui/text/qfontdatabase_x11.cpp:1081: undefined reference to `FcLangSetHasLang' /iTalk/QT4/qt/src/gui/text/qfontdatabase_x11.cpp:1100: undefined reference to `FcPatternGetCharSet' /iTalk/QT4/qt/src/gui/text/qfontdatabase_x11.cpp:1107: undefined reference to `FcCharSetHasChar' /iTalk/QT4/qt/src/gui/text/qfontdatabase_x11.cpp:1116: undefined reference to `FcPatternGetString' /iTalk/QT4/qt/src/gui/text/qfontdatabase_x11.cpp:1136: undefined reference to `FcPatternGetInteger' /iTalk/QT4/qt/src/gui/text/qfontdatabase_x11.cpp:1153: undefined reference to `FcPatternGetDouble' /iTalk/QT4/qt/src/gui/text/qfontdatabase_x11.cpp:1161: undefined reference to `FcFontSetDestroy' .obj/debug-shared/qfontdatabase.o: In function `getFcPattern': /iTalk/QT4/qt/src/gui/text/qfontdatabase_x11.cpp:1494: undefined reference to `FcPatternCreate' /iTalk/QT4/qt/src/gui/text/qfontdatabase_x11.cpp:1509: undefined reference to `FcPatternAdd' /iTalk/QT4/qt/src/gui/text/qfontdatabase_x11.cpp:1516: undefined reference to `FcPatternAddWeak' /iTalk/QT4/qt/src/gui/text/qfontdatabase_x11.cpp:1524: undefined reference to `FcPatternAddWeak' /iTalk/QT4/qt/src/gui/text/qfontdatabase_x11.cpp:1531: undefined reference to `FcPatternAddInteger' /iTalk/QT4/qt/src/gui/text/qfontdatabase_x11.cpp:1533: undefined reference to `FcPatternAddBool' /iTalk/QT4/qt/src/gui/text/qfontdatabase_x11.cpp:1535: undefined reference to `FcPatternAddBool' /iTalk/QT4/qt/src/gui/text/qfontdatabase_x11.cpp:1539: undefined reference to `FcDefaultSubstitute' /iTalk/QT4/qt/src/gui/text/qfontdatabase_x11.cpp:1540: undefined reference to `FcConfigSubstitute' /iTalk/QT4/qt/src/gui/text/qfontdatabase_x11.cpp:1541: undefined reference to `FcConfigSubstitute' /iTalk/QT4/qt/src/gui/text/qfontdatabase_x11.cpp:1550: undefined reference to `FcPatternAddWeak' /iTalk/QT4/qt/src/gui/text/qfontdatabase_x11.cpp:1557: undefined reference to `FcPatternAddWeak' /iTalk/QT4/qt/src/gui/text/qfontdatabase_x11.cpp:1564: undefined reference to `FcPatternAddWeak' .obj/debug-shared/qfontdatabase.o: In function `loadFc': /iTalk/QT4/qt/src/gui/text/qfontdatabase_x11.cpp:1707: undefined reference to `FcFontSetDestroy' /iTalk/QT4/qt/src/gui/text/qfontdatabase_x11.cpp:1716: undefined reference to `FcPatternDestroy' /iTalk/QT4/qt/src/gui/text/qfontdatabase_x11.cpp:1718: undefined reference to `FcPatternDestroy' .obj/debug-shared/qfontdatabase.o: In function `QFontDatabase::removeAllApplicationFonts()': /iTalk/QT4/qt/src/gui/text/qfontdatabase_x11.cpp:2048: undefined reference to `FcConfigAppFontClear' .obj/debug-shared/qfontdatabase.o: In function `QFontDatabase::removeApplicationFont(int)': /iTalk/QT4/qt/src/gui/text/qfontdatabase_x11.cpp:2027: undefined reference to `FcConfigAppFontClear' .obj/debug-shared/qfontengine_x11.o: In function `qt_x11ft_convert_pattern(_FcPattern*, QByteArray*, int*, bool*)': /iTalk/QT4/qt/src/gui/text/qfontengine_x11.cpp:970: undefined reference to `FcPatternGetString' /iTalk/QT4/qt/src/gui/text/qfontengine_x11.cpp:972: undefined reference to `FcPatternGetInteger' /iTalk/QT4/qt/src/gui/text/qfontengine_x11.cpp:975: undefined reference to `FcPatternGetBool' .obj/debug-shared/qfontengine_x11.o: In function `QFontEngineX11FT': /iTalk/QT4/qt/src/gui/text/qfontengine_x11.cpp:999: undefined reference to `FcPatternGetInteger' /iTalk/QT4/qt/src/gui/text/qfontengine_x11.cpp:1016: undefined reference to `FcPatternGetInteger' /iTalk/QT4/qt/src/gui/text/qfontengine_x11.cpp:1041: undefined reference to `FcPatternGetBool' /iTalk/QT4/qt/src/gui/text/qfontengine_x11.cpp:1077: undefined reference to `FcPatternGetBool' /iTalk/QT4/qt/src/gui/text/qfontengine_x11.cpp:1106: undefined reference to `FcPatternDestroy' /iTalk/QT4/qt/src/gui/text/qfontengine_x11.cpp:1112: undefined reference to `FcPatternGetCharSet' /iTalk/QT4/qt/src/gui/text/qfontengine_x11.cpp:1113: undefined reference to `FcCharSetCopy' /iTalk/QT4/qt/src/gui/text/qfontengine_x11.cpp:1115: undefined reference to `FcPatternDestroy' /iTalk/QT4/qt/src/gui/text/qfontengine_x11.cpp:999: undefined reference to `FcPatternGetInteger' /iTalk/QT4/qt/src/gui/text/qfontengine_x11.cpp:1016: undefined reference to `FcPatternGetInteger' /iTalk/QT4/qt/src/gui/text/qfontengine_x11.cpp:1041: undefined reference to `FcPatternGetBool' /iTalk/QT4/qt/src/gui/text/qfontengine_x11.cpp:1077: undefined reference to `FcPatternGetBool' /iTalk/QT4/qt/src/gui/text/qfontengine_x11.cpp:1106: undefined reference to `FcPatternDestroy' /iTalk/QT4/qt/src/gui/text/qfontengine_x11.cpp:1112: undefined reference to `FcPatternGetCharSet' /iTalk/QT4/qt/src/gui/text/qfontengine_x11.cpp:1113: undefined reference to `FcCharSetCopy' /iTalk/QT4/qt/src/gui/text/qfontengine_x11.cpp:1115: undefined reference to `FcPatternDestroy' .obj/debug-shared/qfontengine_x11.o: In function `engineForPattern': /iTalk/QT4/qt/src/gui/text/qfontengine_x11.cpp:868: undefined reference to `FcFontMatch' .obj/debug-shared/qfontengine_x11.o: In function `QFontEngineMultiFT::loadEngine(int)': /iTalk/QT4/qt/src/gui/text/qfontengine_x11.cpp:929: undefined reference to `FcPatternEqual' /iTalk/QT4/qt/src/gui/text/qfontengine_x11.cpp:932: undefined reference to `FcPatternDestroy' /iTalk/QT4/qt/src/gui/text/qfontengine_x11.cpp:941: undefined reference to `FcPatternDuplicate' /iTalk/QT4/qt/src/gui/text/qfontengine_x11.cpp:951: undefined reference to `FcConfigSubstitute' /iTalk/QT4/qt/src/gui/text/qfontengine_x11.cpp:952: undefined reference to `FcDefaultSubstitute' /iTalk/QT4/qt/src/gui/text/qfontengine_x11.cpp:956: undefined reference to `FcPatternDestroy' .obj/debug-shared/qfontengine_x11.o: In function `~QFontEngineMultiFT': /iTalk/QT4/qt/src/gui/text/qfontengine_x11.cpp:895: undefined reference to `FcPatternDestroy' /iTalk/QT4/qt/src/gui/text/qfontengine_x11.cpp:897: undefined reference to `FcPatternDestroy' /iTalk/QT4/qt/src/gui/text/qfontengine_x11.cpp:899: undefined reference to `FcFontSetDestroy' /iTalk/QT4/qt/src/gui/text/qfontengine_x11.cpp:895: undefined reference to `FcPatternDestroy' /iTalk/QT4/qt/src/gui/text/qfontengine_x11.cpp:897: undefined reference to `FcPatternDestroy' /iTalk/QT4/qt/src/gui/text/qfontengine_x11.cpp:899: undefined reference to `FcFontSetDestroy' /iTalk/QT4/qt/src/gui/text/qfontengine_x11.cpp:895: undefined reference to `FcPatternDestroy' /iTalk/QT4/qt/src/gui/text/qfontengine_x11.cpp:897: undefined reference to `FcPatternDestroy' /iTalk/QT4/qt/src/gui/text/qfontengine_x11.cpp:899: undefined reference to `FcFontSetDestroy' .obj/debug-shared/qfontengine_ft.o: In function `QFontEngineFT::stringToCMap(QChar const*, int, QGlyphLayout*, int*, QFlags) const': /iTalk/QT4/qt/src/gui/text/qfontengine_ft.cpp:1546: undefined reference to `FcCharSetHasChar' /iTalk/QT4/qt/src/gui/text/qfontengine_ft.cpp:1581: undefined reference to `FcCharSetHasChar' .obj/debug-shared/qfontengine_ft.o: In function `QFreetypeFace::release(QFontEngine::FaceId const&)': /iTalk/QT4/qt/src/gui/text/qfontengine_ft.cpp:308: undefined reference to `FcCharSetDestroy' collect2: ld returned 1 exit status make[1]: *** [../../lib/libQtGui.so.4.5.3] Error 1 make[1]: Leaving directory `/iTalk/QT4/qt/src/gui' make: *** [sub-gui-make_default-ordered] Error 2

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  • Compiling OpenCV in Android NDK

    - by evident
    PLEASE SEE THE ADDITIONS AT THE BOTTOM! The first problem is solved in Linux, not under Windows and Cygwin yet, but there is a new problem. Please see below! I am currently trying to compile OpenCV for Android NDK so that I can use it in my apps. For this I tried to follow this guide: http://www.stanford.edu/~zxwang/android_opencv.html But when compiling the downloaded stuff with ndk-build I get this error: $ /cygdrive/u/flori/workspace/android-ndk-r5b/ndk-build Compile++ thumb : opencv <= cvjni.cpp Compile++ thumb : cxcore <= cxalloc.cpp Compile++ thumb : cxcore <= cxarithm.cpp Compile++ thumb : cxcore <= cxarray.cpp Compile++ thumb : cxcore <= cxcmp.cpp Compile++ thumb : cxcore <= cxconvert.cpp Compile++ thumb : cxcore <= cxcopy.cpp Compile++ thumb : cxcore <= cxdatastructs.cpp Compile++ thumb : cxcore <= cxdrawing.cpp Compile++ thumb : cxcore <= cxdxt.cpp Compile++ thumb : cxcore <= cxerror.cpp Compile++ thumb : cxcore <= cximage.cpp Compile++ thumb : cxcore <= cxjacobieigens.cpp Compile++ thumb : cxcore <= cxlogic.cpp Compile++ thumb : cxcore <= cxlut.cpp Compile++ thumb : cxcore <= cxmathfuncs.cpp Compile++ thumb : cxcore <= cxmatmul.cpp Compile++ thumb : cxcore <= cxmatrix.cpp Compile++ thumb : cxcore <= cxmean.cpp Compile++ thumb : cxcore <= cxmeansdv.cpp Compile++ thumb : cxcore <= cxminmaxloc.cpp Compile++ thumb : cxcore <= cxnorm.cpp Compile++ thumb : cxcore <= cxouttext.cpp Compile++ thumb : cxcore <= cxpersistence.cpp Compile++ thumb : cxcore <= cxprecomp.cpp Compile++ thumb : cxcore <= cxrand.cpp Compile++ thumb : cxcore <= cxsumpixels.cpp Compile++ thumb : cxcore <= cxsvd.cpp Compile++ thumb : cxcore <= cxswitcher.cpp Compile++ thumb : cxcore <= cxtables.cpp Compile++ thumb : cxcore <= cxutils.cpp StaticLibrary : libstdc++.a StaticLibrary : libcxcore.a Compile++ thumb : cv <= cvaccum.cpp Compile++ thumb : cv <= cvadapthresh.cpp Compile++ thumb : cv <= cvapprox.cpp Compile++ thumb : cv <= cvcalccontrasthistogram.cpp Compile++ thumb : cv <= cvcalcimagehomography.cpp Compile++ thumb : cv <= cvcalibinit.cpp Compile++ thumb : cv <= cvcalibration.cpp Compile++ thumb : cv <= cvcamshift.cpp Compile++ thumb : cv <= cvcanny.cpp Compile++ thumb : cv <= cvcolor.cpp Compile++ thumb : cv <= cvcondens.cpp Compile++ thumb : cv <= cvcontours.cpp Compile++ thumb : cv <= cvcontourtree.cpp Compile++ thumb : cv <= cvconvhull.cpp Compile++ thumb : cv <= cvcorner.cpp Compile++ thumb : cv <= cvcornersubpix.cpp Compile++ thumb : cv <= cvderiv.cpp Compile++ thumb : cv <= cvdistransform.cpp Compile++ thumb : cv <= cvdominants.cpp Compile++ thumb : cv <= cvemd.cpp Compile++ thumb : cv <= cvfeatureselect.cpp Compile++ thumb : cv <= cvfilter.cpp Compile++ thumb : cv <= cvfloodfill.cpp Compile++ thumb : cv <= cvfundam.cpp Compile++ thumb : cv <= cvgeometry.cpp Compile++ thumb : cv <= cvhaar.cpp Compile++ thumb : cv <= cvhistogram.cpp Compile++ thumb : cv <= cvhough.cpp Compile++ thumb : cv <= cvimgwarp.cpp Compile++ thumb : cv <= cvinpaint.cpp Compile++ thumb : cv <= cvkalman.cpp Compile++ thumb : cv <= cvlinefit.cpp Compile++ thumb : cv <= cvlkpyramid.cpp Compile++ thumb : cv <= cvmatchcontours.cpp Compile++ thumb : cv <= cvmoments.cpp Compile++ thumb : cv <= cvmorph.cpp Compile++ thumb : cv <= cvmotempl.cpp Compile++ thumb : cv <= cvoptflowbm.cpp Compile++ thumb : cv <= cvoptflowhs.cpp Compile++ thumb : cv <= cvoptflowlk.cpp Compile++ thumb : cv <= cvpgh.cpp Compile++ thumb : cv <= cvposit.cpp Compile++ thumb : cv <= cvprecomp.cpp Compile++ thumb : cv <= cvpyramids.cpp Compile++ thumb : cv <= cvpyrsegmentation.cpp Compile++ thumb : cv <= cvrotcalipers.cpp Compile++ thumb : cv <= cvsamplers.cpp Compile++ thumb : cv <= cvsegmentation.cpp Compile++ thumb : cv <= cvshapedescr.cpp Compile++ thumb : cv <= cvsmooth.cpp Compile++ thumb : cv <= cvsnakes.cpp Compile++ thumb : cv <= cvstereobm.cpp Compile++ thumb : cv <= cvstereogc.cpp Compile++ thumb : cv <= cvsubdivision2d.cpp Compile++ thumb : cv <= cvsumpixels.cpp Compile++ thumb : cv <= cvsurf.cpp Compile++ thumb : cv <= cvswitcher.cpp Compile++ thumb : cv <= cvtables.cpp Compile++ thumb : cv <= cvtemplmatch.cpp Compile++ thumb : cv <= cvthresh.cpp Compile++ thumb : cv <= cvundistort.cpp Compile++ thumb : cv <= cvutils.cpp StaticLibrary : libcv.a SharedLibrary : libopencv.so U:/flori/workspace/android-ndk-r5b/toolchains/arm-linux-androideabi-4.4.3/prebui lt/windows/bin/../lib/gcc/arm-linux-androideabi/4.4.3/../../../../arm-linux-andr oideabi/bin/ld.exe: cannot find -lcxcore collect2: ld returned 1 exit status make: *** [/cygdrive/u/flori/workspace/android/testOpenCV/obj/local/armeabi/libo pencv.so] Error 1 I am trying to compile it on a Windows system and with the newest NDK version... Does anybody have an idea what this linking error means and what I can to to have it work again? Would be great if anybody could help After getting the problem to work I found that there is another way of compiling OpenCV for Android, using the current version of OpenCV (instead of the 1.1 one from above) and the modified Android NDK from crystax, which supports STL and exceptions and therefore supports the newest OpenCV Version. All information on that can be found here: http://opencv.willowgarage.com/wiki/Android There it says to download the current svn trunk and the crystax-r4 android-ndk, as well as swig, which I did. I entered the folder, created the build directory, ran cmake and then built the static libs, which seemed to work. At least it successfully ran the make-command without errors. I now wanted to build the shared libraries so I entered the android-jni folder and ran 'make' again, but got this error: % make -j4 OPENCV_CONFIG = ../build/android-opencv.mk make clean-swig &&\ mkdir -p jni/gen &&\ mkdir -p src/com/opencv/jni &&\ swig -java -c++ -package "com.opencv.jni" \ -outdir src/com/opencv/jni \ -o jni/gen/android_cv_wrap.cpp jni/android-cv.i OPENCV_CONFIG = ../build/android-opencv.mk make[1]: Entering directory `/home/florian/android-opencv-willowgarage/android/android-jni' make[1]: warning: jobserver unavailable: using -j1. Add `+' to parent make rule. rm -f jni/gen/android_cv_wrap.cpp make[1]: Leaving directory `/home/florian/android-opencv-willowgarage/android/android-jni' /home/florian/android-ndk-r4-crystax/ndk-build OPENCV_CONFIG=../build/android-opencv.mk \ PROJECT_PATH= ARM_TARGETS="armeabi armeabi-v7a" V= /home/florian/android-ndk-r4-crystax/ndk-build OPENCV_CONFIG=../build/android-opencv.mk \ PROJECT_PATH= ARM_TARGETS="armeabi armeabi-v7a" V= make[1]: Entering directory `/home/florian/android-opencv-willowgarage/android/android-jni' /home/florian/android-opencv-willowgarage/android/android-jni/jni/Android.mk:10: ../build/android-opencv.mk: No such file or directory make[1]: Entering directory `/home/florian/android-opencv-willowgarage/android/android-jni' /home/florian/android-opencv-willowgarage/android/android-jni/jni/Android.mk:10: ../build/android-opencv.mk: No such file or directory /home/florian/android-opencv-willowgarage/android/android-jni/jni/Android.mk:10: ../build/android-opencv.mk: No such file or directory make[1]: warning: jobserver unavailable: using -j1. Add `+' to parent make rule. /home/florian/android-opencv-willowgarage/android/android-jni/jni/Android.mk:10: ../build/android-opencv.mk: No such file or directory make[1]: *** No rule to make target `../build/android-opencv.mk'. Stop. make[1]: Leaving directory `/home/florian/android-opencv-willowgarage/android/android-jni' make: *** [libs/armeabi/libandroid-opencv.so] Error 2 make: *** Waiting for unfinished jobs.... make[1]: warning: jobserver unavailable: using -j1. Add `+' to parent make rule. make[1]: *** No rule to make target `../build/android-opencv.mk'. Stop. make[1]: Leaving directory `/home/florian/android-opencv-willowgarage/android/android-jni' make: *** [libs/armeabi-v7a/libandroid-opencv.so] Error 2 Does anybody have an idea what this means and what I can do to build the shared libraries? ... Ok after having a look at the error message it came to me that it seems to have something missing in the build directory... but there wasn't even a build directory in the android folder so I created one, ran 'cmake' in there and 'make' again but get this error: Compile thumb : opencv_lapack <= /home/florian/android-opencv-willowgarage/3rdparty/lapack/sgetrf.c Compile thumb : opencv_lapack <= /home/florian/android-opencv-willowgarage/3rdparty/lapack/scopy.c Compile++ thumb: opencv_core <= /home/florian/android-opencv-willowgarage/modules/core/src/matrix.cpp cc1plus: error: /home/florian/android-opencv-willowgarage/android/../modules/index.rst/include: Not a directory make[3]: *** [/home/florian/android-opencv-willowgarage/android/build/obj/local/armeabi/objs/opencv_core/src/matrix.o] Error 1 make[3]: *** Waiting for unfinished jobs.... make[2]: *** [android-opencv] Error 2 make[1]: *** [CMakeFiles/ndk.dir/all] Error 2 make: *** [all] Error 2 Anybody know what this means?

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  • A Linker Resolution Problem in a C++ Program

    - by Vlad
    We have two source files, a.cpp and b.cpp and a header file named constructions.h. We define a simple C++ class with the same name (class M, for instance) in each source file, respectively. The file a.cpp looks like this: #include "iostream" #include "constructions.h" class M { int i; public: M(): i( -1 ) { cout << "M() from a.cpp" << endl; } M( int a ) : i( a ) { cout << "M(int) from a.cpp, i: " << i << endl; } M( const M& b ) { i = b.i; cout << "M(M&) from a.cpp, i: " << i << endl; } M& operator = ( M& b ) { i = b.i; cout << "M::operator =(), i: " << i << endl; return *this; } virtual ~M(){ cout << "M::~M() from a.cpp" << endl; } operator int() { cout << "M::operator int() from a.cpp" << endl; return i; } }; void test1() { cout << endl << "Example 1" << endl; M b1; cout << "b1: " << b1 << endl; cout << endl << "Example 2" << endl; M b2 = 5; cout << "b2: " << b2 << endl; cout << endl << "Example 3" << endl; M b3(6); cout << "b3: " << b3 << endl; cout << endl << "Example 4" << endl; M b4 = b1; cout << "b4: " << b4 << endl; cout << endl << "Example 5" << endl; M b5; b5 = b2; cout << "b5: " << b5 << endl; } int main(int argc, char* argv[]) { test1(); test2(); cin.get(); return 0; } The file b.cpp looks like this: #include "iostream" #include "constructions.h" class M { public: M() { cout << "M() from b.cpp" << endl; } ~M() { cout << "M::~M() from b.cpp" << endl; } }; void test2() { M m; } Finally, the file constructions.h contains only the declaration of the function "test2()" (which is defined in "b.cpp"), so that it can be used in "a.cpp": using namespace std; void test2(); We compiled and linked these three files using either VS2005 or the GNU 4.1.0 compiler and the 2.16.91 ld linker under Suse. The results are surprising and different between the two build environments. But in both cases it looks like the linker gets confused about which definition of the class M it should use. If we comment out the definition of test2() from b.cpp and its invocation from a.cpp, then all the C++ objects created in test1() are of the type M defined in a.cpp and the program executes normally under Windows and Suse. Here is the run output under Windows: Example 1 M() from a.cpp M::operator int() from a.cpp b1: -1 Example 2 M(int) from a.cpp, i: 5 M::operator int() from a.cpp b2: 5 Example 3 M(int) from a.cpp, i: 6 M::operator int() from a.cpp b3: 6 Example 4 M(M&) from a.cpp, i: -1 M::operator int() from a.cpp b4: -1 Example 5 M() from a.cpp M::operator =(), i: 5 M::operator int() from a.cpp b5: 5 M::~M() from a.cpp M::~M() from a.cpp M::~M() from a.cpp M::~M() from a.cpp M::~M() from a.cpp If we enable the definition of test2() in "b.cpp" but comment out its invocation from main(), then the results are different. Under Suse, the C++ objects created in test1() are still of the type M defined in a.cpp and the program still seems to execute normally. The VS2005 versions behave differently in Debug or Release mode: in Debug mode, the program still seems to execute normally, but in Release mode, b1 and b5 are of the type M defined in b.cpp (as the constructor invocation proves), although the other member functions called (including the destructor), belong to M defined in a.cpp. Here is the run output for the executable built in Release mode: Example 1 M() from b.cpp M::operator int() from a.cpp b1: 4206872 Example 2 M(int) from a.cpp, i: 5 M::operator int() from a.cpp b2: 5 Example 3 M(int) from a.cpp, i: 6 M::operator int() from a.cpp b3: 6 Example 4 M(M&) from a.cpp, i: 4206872 M::operator int() from a.cpp b4: 4206872 Example 5 M() from b.cpp M::operator =(), i: 5 M::operator int() from a.cpp b5: 5 M::~M() from a.cpp M::~M() from a.cpp M::~M() from a.cpp M::~M() from a.cpp M::~M() from a.cpp Finally, if we allow the call to test2() from main, the program misbehaves in all circumstances (that is under Suse and under Windows in both Debug and Release modes). The Windows-Debug version finds a memory corruption around the variable m, defined in test2(). Here is the Windows output in Release mode (test2() seems to have created an instance of M defined in b.cpp): Example 1 M() from b.cpp M::operator int() from a.cpp b1: 4206872 Example 2 M(int) from a.cpp, i: 5 M::operator int() from a.cpp b2: 5 Example 3 M(int) from a.cpp, i: 6 M::operator int() from a.cpp b3: 6 Example 4 M(M&) from a.cpp, i: 4206872 M::operator int() from a.cpp b4: 4206872 Example 5 M() from b.cpp M::operator =(), i: 5 M::operator int() from a.cpp b5: 5 M::~M() from a.cpp M::~M() from a.cpp M::~M() from a.cpp M::~M() from a.cpp M::~M() from a.cpp M() from b.cpp M::~M() from b.cpp And here is the Suse output. The objects created in test1() are of the type M defined in a.cpp but the object created in test2() is also of the type M defined in a.cpp, unlike the object created under Windows which is of the type M defined in b.cpp. The program crashed in the end: Example 1 M() from a.cpp M::operator int() from a.cpp b1: -1 Example 2 M(int) from a.cpp, i: 5 M::operator int() from a.cpp b2: 5 Example 3 M(int) from a.cpp, i: 6 M::operator int() from a.cpp b3: 6 Example 4 M(M&) from a.cpp, i: -1 M::operator int() from a.cpp b4: -1 Example 5 M() from a.cpp M::operator =(), i: 5 M::operator int() from a.cpp b5: 5 M::~M() from a.cpp M::~M() from a.cpp M::~M() from a.cpp M::~M() from a.cpp M::~M() from a.cpp M() from a.cpp M::~M() from a.cpp Segmentation fault (core dumped) I couldn't make the angle brackets appear using Markdown, so I used quotes around the header file name iostream. Otherwise, the code could be copied verbatim and tried. It is purely scholastic. The statement cin.get() at the end of main() was included just to facilitate running the program directly from VS2005 (cause it to display the output window until we could analyze the output). We are looking for a software engineer in Sunnyvale, CA and may offer that position to the programmer capable of providing an intelligent and comprehensive explanation of these anomalies. I can be contacted at [email protected]

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  • qpid-cpp-client won't update through yum

    - by alexus
    somewhere around last week I received a notification for update, so I've tried "yum update" and that's what I'm getting... [[email protected] ~]$ sudo yum update Loaded plugins: refresh-packagekit Setting up Update Process Resolving Dependencies --> Running transaction check ---> Package qpid-cpp-client.x86_64 0:0.10-3.el6 will be updated --> Processing Dependency: libqpidclient.so.5()(64bit) for package: matahari-service-0.4.0-5.el6.x86_64 --> Processing Dependency: libqpidclient.so.5()(64bit) for package: matahari-host-0.4.0-5.el6.x86_64 --> Processing Dependency: libqpidclient.so.5()(64bit) for package: matahari-net-0.4.0-5.el6.x86_64 --> Processing Dependency: libqpidcommon.so.5()(64bit) for package: matahari-service-0.4.0-5.el6.x86_64 --> Processing Dependency: libqpidcommon.so.5()(64bit) for package: matahari-host-0.4.0-5.el6.x86_64 --> Processing Dependency: libqpidcommon.so.5()(64bit) for package: matahari-net-0.4.0-5.el6.x86_64 ---> Package qpid-cpp-client.x86_64 0:0.14-22.el6_3 will be an update ---> Package qpid-cpp-client-ssl.x86_64 0:0.10-3.el6 will be updated ---> Package qpid-cpp-client-ssl.x86_64 0:0.14-22.el6_3 will be an update ---> Package qpid-qmf.x86_64 0:0.10-6.el6 will be updated ---> Package qpid-qmf.x86_64 0:0.14-14.el6_3 will be an update --> Finished Dependency Resolution Error: Package: matahari-net-0.4.0-5.el6.x86_64 (@anaconda-ScientificLinux-201107271550.x86_64) Requires: libqpidcommon.so.5()(64bit) Removing: qpid-cpp-client-0.10-3.el6.x86_64 (@anaconda-ScientificLinux-201107271550.x86_64) libqpidcommon.so.5()(64bit) Updated By: qpid-cpp-client-0.14-22.el6_3.x86_64 (sl-security) Not found Error: Package: matahari-net-0.4.0-5.el6.x86_64 (@anaconda-ScientificLinux-201107271550.x86_64) Requires: libqpidclient.so.5()(64bit) Removing: qpid-cpp-client-0.10-3.el6.x86_64 (@anaconda-ScientificLinux-201107271550.x86_64) libqpidclient.so.5()(64bit) Updated By: qpid-cpp-client-0.14-22.el6_3.x86_64 (sl-security) Not found Error: Package: matahari-service-0.4.0-5.el6.x86_64 (@anaconda-ScientificLinux-201107271550.x86_64) Requires: libqpidclient.so.5()(64bit) Removing: qpid-cpp-client-0.10-3.el6.x86_64 (@anaconda-ScientificLinux-201107271550.x86_64) libqpidclient.so.5()(64bit) Updated By: qpid-cpp-client-0.14-22.el6_3.x86_64 (sl-security) Not found Error: Package: matahari-service-0.4.0-5.el6.x86_64 (@anaconda-ScientificLinux-201107271550.x86_64) Requires: libqpidcommon.so.5()(64bit) Removing: qpid-cpp-client-0.10-3.el6.x86_64 (@anaconda-ScientificLinux-201107271550.x86_64) libqpidcommon.so.5()(64bit) Updated By: qpid-cpp-client-0.14-22.el6_3.x86_64 (sl-security) Not found Error: Package: matahari-host-0.4.0-5.el6.x86_64 (@anaconda-ScientificLinux-201107271550.x86_64) Requires: libqpidcommon.so.5()(64bit) Removing: qpid-cpp-client-0.10-3.el6.x86_64 (@anaconda-ScientificLinux-201107271550.x86_64) libqpidcommon.so.5()(64bit) Updated By: qpid-cpp-client-0.14-22.el6_3.x86_64 (sl-security) Not found Error: Package: matahari-host-0.4.0-5.el6.x86_64 (@anaconda-ScientificLinux-201107271550.x86_64) Requires: libqpidclient.so.5()(64bit) Removing: qpid-cpp-client-0.10-3.el6.x86_64 (@anaconda-ScientificLinux-201107271550.x86_64) libqpidclient.so.5()(64bit) Updated By: qpid-cpp-client-0.14-22.el6_3.x86_64 (sl-security) Not found You could try using --skip-broken to work around the problem You could try running: rpm -Va --nofiles --nodigest [[email protected] ~]$ any ideas?

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  • RapidXML - does not compile ?

    - by milan
    Hi, I am novice to rapidXML but first impresion was not positive, I made simple Visual Studio 6 C++ Hello World Application and added RapidXML hpp files to project and in main.cpp I put: #include "stdafx.h" #include < iostream > #include < string > #include "rapidxml.hpp" using namespace std; using namespace rapidxml; int main ( ) { char x[] = "<Something>Text</Something>\0" ; //<<<< funktioniert, aber mit '*' nicht xml_document<> doc ; doc.parse<0>(x) ; cout << "Name of my first node is: " << doc.first_node()->name() << endl ; xml_node<>* node = doc.first_node("Something") ; cout << "Node 'Something' has value: " << node->value() << endl ; } And it does not compile, any help ? Is RapidXML possible to run with Visual Studio 6 ? Error I am getting are: --------------------Configuration: aaa - Win32 Debug-------------------- Compiling... rapidxml.cpp c:\Parser\rapidxml.cpp(310) : error C2039: 'size_t' : is not a member of 'std' c:\Parser\rapidxml.cpp(320) : error C2039: 'size_t' : is not a member of 'std' c:\Parser\rapidxml.cpp(320) : error C2039: 'size_t' : is not a member of 'std' c:\Parser\rapidxml.cpp(385) : error C2039: 'size_t' : is not a member of 'std' c:\Parser\rapidxml.cpp(639) : see reference to class template instantiation 'rapidxml::memory_pool<Ch>' being compiled c:\Parser\rapidxml.cpp(417) : error C2039: 'size_t' : is not a member of 'std' c:\Parser\rapidxml.cpp(639) : see reference to class template instantiation 'rapidxml::memory_pool<Ch>' being compiled c:\Parser\rapidxml.cpp(417) : error C2039: 'size_t' : is not a member of 'std' c:\Parser\rapidxml.cpp(639) : see reference to class template instantiation 'rapidxml::memory_pool<Ch>' being compiled c:\Parser\rapidxml.cpp(448) : error C2039: 'size_t' : is not a member of 'std' c:\Parser\rapidxml.cpp(639) : see reference to class template instantiation 'rapidxml::memory_pool<Ch>' being compiled c:\Parser\rapidxml.cpp(448) : error C2039: 'size_t' : is not a member of 'std' c:\Parser\rapidxml.cpp(639) : see reference to class template instantiation 'rapidxml::memory_pool<Ch>' being compiled c:\Parser\rapidxml.cpp(476) : error C2039: 'size_t' : is not a member of 'std' c:\Parser\rapidxml.cpp(639) : see reference to class template instantiation 'rapidxml::memory_pool<Ch>' being compiled c:\Parser\rapidxml.cpp(579) : error C2039: 'size_t' : is not a member of 'std' c:\Parser\rapidxml.cpp(639) : see reference to class template instantiation 'rapidxml::memory_pool<Ch>' being compiled c:\Parser\rapidxml.cpp(599) : error C2039: 'size_t' : is not a member of 'std' c:\Parser\rapidxml.cpp(639) : see reference to class template instantiation 'rapidxml::memory_pool<Ch>' being compiled c:\Parser\rapidxml.cpp(681) : error C2039: 'size_t' : is not a member of 'std' c:\Parser\rapidxml.cpp(790) : see reference to class template instantiation 'rapidxml::xml_base<Ch>' being compiled c:\Parser\rapidxml.cpp(700) : error C2039: 'size_t' : is not a member of 'std' c:\Parser\rapidxml.cpp(790) : see reference to class template instantiation 'rapidxml::xml_base<Ch>' being compiled c:\Parser\rapidxml.cpp(721) : error C2039: 'size_t' : is not a member of 'std' c:\Parser\rapidxml.cpp(790) : see reference to class template instantiation 'rapidxml::xml_base<Ch>' being compiled c:\Parser\rapidxml.cpp(751) : error C2039: 'size_t' : is not a member of 'std' c:\Parser\rapidxml.cpp(790) : see reference to class template instantiation 'rapidxml::xml_base<Ch>' being compiled c:\Parser\rapidxml.cpp(786) : error C2039: 'size_t' : is not a member of 'std' c:\Parser\rapidxml.cpp(790) : see reference to class template instantiation 'rapidxml::xml_base<Ch>' being compiled c:\Parser\rapidxml.cpp(787) : error C2039: 'size_t' : is not a member of 'std' c:\Parser\rapidxml.cpp(790) : see reference to class template instantiation 'rapidxml::xml_base<Ch>' being compiled c:\Parser\rapidxml.cpp(836) : error C2039: 'size_t' : is not a member of 'std' c:\Parser\rapidxml.cpp(876) : see reference to class template instantiation 'rapidxml::xml_attribute<Ch>' being compiled c:\Parser\rapidxml.cpp(856) : error C2039: 'size_t' : is not a member of 'std' c:\Parser\rapidxml.cpp(876) : see reference to class template instantiation 'rapidxml::xml_attribute<Ch>' being compiled c:\Parser\rapidxml.cpp(936) : error C2039: 'size_t' : is not a member of 'std' c:\Parser\rapidxml.cpp(1345) : see reference to class template instantiation 'rapidxml::xml_node<Ch>' being compiled c:\Parser\rapidxml.cpp(958) : error C2039: 'size_t' : is not a member of 'std' c:\Parser\rapidxml.cpp(1345) : see reference to class template instantiation 'rapidxml::xml_node<Ch>' being compiled c:\Parser\rapidxml.cpp(981) : error C2039: 'size_t' : is not a member of 'std' c:\Parser\rapidxml.cpp(1345) : see reference to class template instantiation 'rapidxml::xml_node<Ch>' being compiled c:\Parser\rapidxml.cpp(1004) : error C2039: 'size_t' : is not a member of 'std' c:\Parser\rapidxml.cpp(1345) : see reference to class template instantiation 'rapidxml::xml_node<Ch>' being compiled c:\Parser\rapidxml.cpp(1025) : error C2039: 'size_t' : is not a member of 'std' c:\Parser\rapidxml.cpp(1345) : see reference to class template instantiation 'rapidxml::xml_node<Ch>' being compiled c:\Parser\rapidxml.cpp(1045) : error C2039: 'size_t' : is not a member of 'std' c:\Parser\rapidxml.cpp(1345) : see reference to class template instantiation 'rapidxml::xml_node<Ch>' being compiled Error executing cl.exe. rapidxml.obj - 25 error(s), 0 warning(s)

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  • Unable to build my c++ code with g++ 4.6.3

    - by Mriganka
    I am facing multiple issues with building my c++ code on Ubuntu 12.04. This code was building and running fine on RH Enterprise. I am using g++ 4.6.3. Here's the output of g++ -v. g++ -v Using built-in specs. COLLECT_GCC=g++ COLLECT_LTO_WRAPPER=/usr/lib/gcc/i686-linux-gnu/4.6/lto-wrapper Target: i686-linux-gnu Configured with: ../src/configure -v --with-pkgversion='Ubuntu/Linaro 4.6.3-1ubuntu5' --with-bugurl=file:///usr/share/doc/gcc-4.6/README.Bugs --enable-languages=c,c++,fortran,objc,obj-c++ --prefix=/usr --program-suffix=-4.6 --enable-shared --enable-linker-build-id --with-system-zlib --libexecdir=/usr/lib --without-included-gettext --enable-threads=posix --with-gxx-include-dir=/usr/include/c++/4.6 --libdir=/usr/lib --enable-nls --with-sysroot=/ --enable-clocale=gnu --enable-libstdcxx-debug --enable-libstdcxx-time=yes --enable-gnu-unique-object --enable-plugin --enable-objc-gc --enable-targets=all --disable-werror --with-arch-32=i686 --with-tune=generic --enable-checking=release --build=i686-linux-gnu --host=i686-linux-gnu --target=i686-linux-gnu Thread model: posix gcc version 4.6.3 (Ubuntu/Linaro 4.6.3-1ubuntu5) Here's a sample of my code: #include "Word.h" #include < string> using namespace std; pthread_mutex_t Word::_lock = PTHREAD_MUTEX_INITIALIZER; Word::Word(): _occurrences(1) { memset(_buf, 0, 25); } Word::Word(char *str): _occurrences(1) { memset(_buf, 0, 25); if (str != NULL) { strncpy(_buf, str, strlen(str)); } } g++ -c -ansi or g++ -c -std=c++98 or g++ -c -std=c++03, none of these options are able to build the code correctly. I get the following compilation errors: [email protected]:~/WordCount$ make g++ -c -g -ansi Word.cpp -o Word.o Word.cpp: In constructor ‘Word::Word()’: Word.cpp:10:21: error: ‘memset’ was not declared in this scope Word.cpp: In constructor ‘Word::Word(char*)’: Word.cpp:16:21: error: ‘memset’ was not declared in this scope Word.cpp:19:34: error: ‘strlen’ was not declared in this scope Word.cpp:19:35: error: ‘strncpy’ was not declared in this scope Word.cpp: In member function ‘void Word::operator=(const Word&)’: Word.cpp:37:42: error: ‘strlen’ was not declared in this scope Word.cpp:37:43: error: ‘strncpy’ was not declared in this scope Word.cpp: In copy constructor ‘Word::Word(const Word&)’: Word.cpp:44:21: error: ‘memset’ was not declared in this scope Word.cpp:45:52: error: ‘strlen’ was not declared in this scope Word.cpp:45:53: error: ‘strncpy’ was not declared in this scope So basically g++ 4.6.3 on Ubuntu 12.04 is not able to recognize the standard c++ headers. And I am not finding a way out of this situation. Second problem: In order to make progress, I included < string.h instead of < string. But now I am facing linking errors with my message queue and pthread library functions. Here's the error that I am getting: [email protected]:~/WordCount$ make g++ -c -g -ansi Word.cpp -o Word.o g++ -lrt -I/usr/lib/i386-linux-gnu Word.o HashMap.o main.o -o word_count main.o: In function `main': /home/mriganka/WordCount/main.cpp:75: undefined reference to `pthread_create' /home/mriganka/WordCount/main.cpp:90: undefined reference to `mq_open' /home/mriganka/WordCount/main.cpp:93: undefined reference to `mq_getattr' /home/mriganka/WordCount/main.cpp:113: undefined reference to `mq_send' /home/mriganka/WordCount/main.cpp:123: undefined reference to `pthread_join' /home/mriganka/WordCount/main.cpp:129: undefined reference to `mq_close' /home/mriganka/WordCount/main.cpp:130: undefined reference to `mq_unlink' main.o: In function `count_words(void*)': /home/mriganka/WordCount/main.cpp:151: undefined reference to `mq_open' /home/mriganka/WordCount/main.cpp:154: undefined reference to `mq_getattr' /home/mriganka/WordCount/main.cpp:162: undefined reference to `mq_timedreceive' collect2: ld returned 1 exit status Here's my makefile: CC=g++ CFLAGS=-c -g -ansi LDFLAGS=-lrt INC=-I/usr/lib/i386-linux-gnu SOURCES=Word.cpp HashMap.cpp main.cpp OBJECTS=$(SOURCES:.cpp=.o) EXECUTABLE=word_count all: $(SOURCES) $(EXECUTABLE) $(EXECUTABLE): $(OBJECTS) $(CC) $(LDFLAGS) $(INC) -pthread $(OBJECTS) -o [email protected] .cpp.o: $(CC) $(CFLAGS) $< -o [email protected] clean: rm -f *.o word_count Please help me to resolve both the issues. I searched online relentlessly for any solution of these problems, but no one seems to have encountered these issues.

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  • Trying to parse OpenCV YAML ouput with yaml-cpp

    - by Kenn Sebesta
    I've got a series of OpenCv generated YAML files and would like to parse them with yaml-cpp I'm doing okay on simple stuff, but the matrix representation is proving difficult. # Center of table tableCenter: !!opencv-matrix rows: 1 cols: 2 dt: f data: [ 240, 240] This should map into the vector 240 240 with type float. My code looks like: #include "yaml.h" #include <fstream> #include <string> struct Matrix { int x; }; void operator >> (const YAML::Node& node, Matrix& matrix) { unsigned rows; node["rows"] >> rows; } int main() { std::ifstream fin("monsters.yaml"); YAML::Parser parser(fin); YAML::Node doc; Matrix m; doc["tableCenter"] >> m; return 0; } But I get terminate called after throwing an instance of 'YAML::BadDereference' what(): yaml-cpp: error at line 0, column 0: bad dereference Abort trap I searched around for some documentation for yaml-cpp, but there doesn't seem to be any, aside from a short introductory example on parsing and emitting. Unfortunately, neither of these two help in this particular circumstance. As I understand, the !! indicate that this is a user-defined type, but I don't see with yaml-cpp how to parse that.

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  • Passing a string from C# to cpp with COM

    - by Yaron Naveh
    I have a C# COM server which is consumed by a cpp client. One of the C# methods returns a string. In cpp the returned string is represented in Unicode (UTF-16), at least according to the memory view. Is this always the case with COM strings? Is there a way to use UTF-8 instead? I saw some code where strings were passed between cpp and c# as byte arrays. Is there any benefit in this?

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  • wxWidgets in Code::Blocks

    - by Vlad
    Hello all, I'm trying to compile the minimal sample from the "Cross-Platform GUI Programming with wxWidgets" book but the following compile errors: ||=== minimal, Debug ===| C:\SourceCode\Libraries\wxWidgets2.8\lib\gcc_lib\libwxmsw28u_core.a(corelib_frame.o):frame.cpp:(.text+0x918)||undefined reference to `__Unwind_Resume' | C:\SourceCode\Libraries\wxWidgets2.8\lib\gcc_lib\libwxmsw28u_core.a(corelib_frame.o):frame.cpp:(.text+0x931)||undefined reference to `__Unwind_Resume'| C:\SourceCode\Libraries\wxWidgets2.8\lib\gcc_lib\libwxmsw28u_core.a(corelib_frame.o):frame.cpp:(.text+0xa96)||undefined reference to `__Unwind_Resume'| C:\SourceCode\Libraries\wxWidgets2.8\lib\gcc_lib\libwxmsw28u_core.a(corelib_frame.o):frame.cpp:(.text+0xada)||undefined reference to `__Unwind_Resume'| C:\SourceCode\Libraries\wxWidgets2.8\lib\gcc_lib\libwxmsw28u_core.a(corelib_frame.o):frame.cpp:(.text+0xb1e)||undefined reference to `__Unwind_Resume'| C:\SourceCode\Libraries\wxWidgets2.8\lib\gcc_lib\libwxmsw28u_core.a(corelib_frame.o):frame.cpp:(.eh_frame+0x12)||undefined reference to `___gxx_personality_v0'| C:\SourceCode\Libraries\wxWidgets2.8\lib\gcc_lib\libwxmsw28u_core.a(corelib_datacmn.o):datacmn.cpp:(.eh_frame+0x11)||undefined reference to `___gxx_personality_v0'| C:\SourceCode\Libraries\wxWidgets2.8\lib\gcc_lib\libwxmsw28u_core.a(corelib_gdicmn.o):gdicmn.cpp:(.text+0x63a)||undefined reference to `__Unwind_Resume'| C:\SourceCode\Libraries\wxWidgets2.8\lib\gcc_lib\libwxmsw28u_core.a(corelib_gdicmn.o):gdicmn.cpp:(.text+0x696)||undefined reference to `__Unwind_Resume'| C:\SourceCode\Libraries\wxWidgets2.8\lib\gcc_lib\libwxmsw28u_core.a(corelib_gdicmn.o):gdicmn.cpp:(.text+0x6f2)||undefined reference to `__Unwind_Resume'| C:\SourceCode\Libraries\wxWidgets2.8\lib\gcc_lib\libwxmsw28u_core.a(corelib_gdicmn.o):gdicmn.cpp:(.text+0x74a)||undefined reference to `__Unwind_Resume'| C:\SourceCode\Libraries\wxWidgets2.8\lib\gcc_lib\libwxmsw28u_core.a(corelib_gdicmn.o):gdicmn.cpp:(.text+0x7a2)||undefined reference to `__Unwind_Resume'| C:\SourceCode\Libraries\wxWidgets2.8\lib\gcc_lib\libwxmsw28u_core.a(corelib_gdicmn.o):gdicmn.cpp:(.eh_frame+0x12)||undefined reference to `___gxx_personality_v0'| C:\SourceCode\Libraries\wxWidgets2.8\lib\gcc_lib\libwxmsw28u_core.a(corelib_menu.o):menu.cpp:(.text+0x88f)||undefined reference to `__Unwind_Resume'| C:\SourceCode\Libraries\wxWidgets2.8\lib\gcc_lib\libwxmsw28u_core.a(corelib_menu.o):menu.cpp:(.text+0x927)||undefined reference to `__Unwind_Resume' | C:\SourceCode\Libraries\wxWidgets2.8\lib\gcc_lib\libwxmsw28u_core.a(corelib_menu.o):menu.cpp:(.text+0x9bf)||undefined reference to `__Unwind_Resume'| C:\SourceCode\Libraries\wxWidgets2.8\lib\gcc_lib\libwxmsw28u_core.a(corelib_menu.o):menu.cpp:(.text+0xb8b)||undefined reference to `__Unwind_Resume'| C:\SourceCode\Libraries\wxWidgets2.8\lib\gcc_lib\libwxmsw28u_core.a(corelib_menu.o):menu.cpp:(.text+0xc87)||undefined reference to `__Unwind_Resume'| C:\SourceCode\Libraries\wxWidgets2.8\lib\gcc_lib\libwxmsw28u_core.a(corelib_menu.o):menu.cpp:(.eh_frame+0x12)||undefined reference to `___gxx_personality_v0'| C:\SourceCode\Libraries\wxWidgets2.8\lib\gcc_lib\libwxmsw28u_core.a(corelib_menucmn.o):menucmn.cpp:(.text+0xbc0)||undefined reference to `__Unwind_Resume'| C:\SourceCode\Libraries\wxWidgets2.8\lib\gcc_lib\libwxmsw28u_core.a(corelib_menucmn.o):menucmn.cpp:(.text+0xc59)||undefined reference to `__Unwind_Resume'| C:\SourceCode\Libraries\wxWidgets2.8\lib\gcc_lib\libwxmsw28u_core.a(corelib_menucmn.o):menucmn.cpp:(.text+0xcf5)||undefined reference to `__Unwind_Resume'| C:\SourceCode\Libraries\wxWidgets2.8\lib\gcc_lib\libwxmsw28u_core.a(corelib_menucmn.o):menucmn.cpp:(.text+0xda6)||undefined reference to `__Unwind_Resume'| C:\SourceCode\Libraries\wxWidgets2.8\lib\gcc_lib\libwxmsw28u_core.a(corelib_menucmn.o):menucmn.cpp:(.text+0xdce)||undefined reference to `__Unwind_Resume'| C:\SourceCode\Libraries\wxWidgets2.8\lib\gcc_lib\libwxmsw28u_core.a(corelib_menucmn.o):menucmn.cpp:(.eh_frame+0x12)||undefined reference to `___gxx_personality_v0'| C:\SourceCode\Libraries\wxWidgets2.8\lib\gcc_lib\libwxmsw28u_core.a(corelib_icon.o):icon.cpp:(.text+0x1ff)||undefined reference to `__Unwind_Resume'| C:\SourceCode\Libraries\wxWidgets2.8\lib\gcc_lib\libwxmsw28u_core.a(corelib_icon.o):icon.cpp:(.text+0x257)||undefined reference to `__Unwind_Resume'| C:\SourceCode\Libraries\wxWidgets2.8\lib\gcc_lib\libwxmsw28u_core.a(corelib_icon.o):icon.cpp:(.text+0x2af)||undefined reference to `__Unwind_Resume'| C:\SourceCode\Libraries\wxWidgets2.8\lib\gcc_lib\libwxmsw28u_core.a(corelib_icon.o):icon.cpp:(.text+0x2fc)||undefined reference to `__Unwind_Resume'| C:\SourceCode\Libraries\wxWidgets2.8\lib\gcc_lib\libwxmsw28u_core.a(corelib_icon.o):icon.cpp:(.text+0x36d)||undefined reference to `__Unwind_Resume'| C:\SourceCode\Libraries\wxWidgets2.8\lib\gcc_lib\libwxmsw28u_core.a(corelib_icon.o):icon.cpp:(.eh_frame+0x12)||undefined reference to `___gxx_personality_v0'| C:\SourceCode\Libraries\wxWidgets2.8\lib\gcc_lib\libwxmsw28u_core.a(corelib_gdiimage.o):gdiimage.cpp:(.text+0x4a8)||undefined reference to `__Unwind_Resume'| C:\SourceCode\Libraries\wxWidgets2.8\lib\gcc_lib\libwxmsw28u_core.a(corelib_gdiimage.o):gdiimage.cpp:(.text+0x73a)||undefined reference to `__Unwind_Resume'| C:\SourceCode\Libraries\wxWidgets2.8\lib\gcc_lib\libwxmsw28u_core.a(corelib_gdiimage.o):gdiimage.cpp:(.text+0x813)||undefined reference to `__Unwind_Resume'| C:\SourceCode\Libraries\wxWidgets2.8\lib\gcc_lib\libwxmsw28u_core.a(corelib_gdiimage.o):gdiimage.cpp:(.text+0xc06)||undefined reference to `__Unwind_Resume'| C:\SourceCode\Libraries\wxWidgets2.8\lib\gcc_lib\libwxmsw28u_core.a(corelib_gdiimage.o):gdiimage.cpp:(.text+0xd3e)||undefined reference to `__Unwind_Resume'| C:\SourceCode\Libraries\wxWidgets2.8\lib\gcc_lib\libwxmsw28u_core.a(corelib_gdiimage.o):gdiimage.cpp:(.eh_frame+0x12)||undefined reference to `___gxx_personality_v0'| C:\SourceCode\Libraries\wxWidgets2.8\lib\gcc_lib\libwxmsw28u_core.a(corelib_event.o):event.cpp:(.text+0x970)||undefined reference to `__Unwind_Resume'| C:\SourceCode\Libraries\wxWidgets2.8\lib\gcc_lib\libwxmsw28u_core.a(corelib_event.o):event.cpp:(.text+0xa80)||undefined reference to `__Unwind_Resume'| C:\SourceCode\Libraries\wxWidgets2.8\lib\gcc_lib\libwxmsw28u_core.a(corelib_event.o):event.cpp:(.text+0xb8c)||undefined reference to `__Unwind_Resume'| C:\SourceCode\Libraries\wxWidgets2.8\lib\gcc_lib\libwxmsw28u_core.a(corelib_event.o):event.cpp:(.text+0xc78)||undefined reference to `__Unwind_Resume'| C:\SourceCode\Libraries\wxWidgets2.8\lib\gcc_lib\libwxmsw28u_core.a(corelib_event.o):event.cpp:(.text+0xd4f)||undefined reference to `__Unwind_Resume'| C:\SourceCode\Libraries\wxWidgets2.8\lib\gcc_lib\libwxmsw28u_core.a(corelib_event.o):event.cpp:(.eh_frame+0x12)||undefined reference to `___gxx_personality_v0'| C:\SourceCode\Libraries\wxWidgets2.8\lib\gcc_lib\libwxmsw28u_core.a(corelib_appcmn.o):appcmn.cpp:(.text+0x2ef)||undefined reference to `__Unwind_Resume'| C:\SourceCode\Libraries\wxWidgets2.8\lib\gcc_lib\libwxmsw28u_core.a(corelib_appcmn.o):appcmn.cpp:(.text+0x32b)||undefined reference to `__Unwind_Resume'| C:\SourceCode\Libraries\wxWidgets2.8\lib\gcc_lib\libwxmsw28u_core.a(corelib_appcmn.o):appcmn.cpp:(.text+0x43d)||undefined reference to `__Unwind_Resume'| C:\SourceCode\Libraries\wxWidgets2.8\lib\gcc_lib\libwxmsw28u_core.a(corelib_appcmn.o):appcmn.cpp:(.text+0x586)||undefined reference to `__Unwind_Resume'| C:\SourceCode\Libraries\wxWidgets2.8\lib\gcc_lib\libwxmsw28u_core.a(corelib_appcmn.o):appcmn.cpp:(.text+0x601)||undefined reference to `__Unwind_Resume'| C:\SourceCode\Libraries\wxWidgets2.8\lib\gcc_lib\libwxmsw28u_core.a(corelib_appcmn.o):appcmn.cpp:(.eh_frame+0x12)||undefined reference to `___gxx_personality_v0'| C:\SourceCode\Libraries\wxWidgets2.8\lib\gcc_lib\libwxmsw28u_core.a(corelib_app.o):app.cpp:(.text+0x1da)||undefined reference to `__Unwind_Resume'| ||More errors follow but not being shown.| ||Edit the max errors limit in compiler options...| ||=== Build finished: 50 errors, 0 warnings ===| Here's the code sample from the book: #include "wx/wx.h" #include "mondrian.xpm" // Declare the application class class MyApp : public wxApp { public: // Called on application startup virtual bool OnInit(); }; // Declare our main frame class class MyFrame : public wxFrame { public: // Constructor MyFrame(const wxString& title); // Event handlers void OnQuit(wxCommandEvent& event); void OnAbout(wxCommandEvent& event); private: // This class handles events DECLARE_EVENT_TABLE() }; // Implements MyApp& GetApp() DECLARE_APP(MyApp) // Give wxWidgets the means to create a MyApp object IMPLEMENT_APP(MyApp) // Initialize the application bool MyApp::OnInit() { // Create the main application window MyFrame *frame = new MyFrame(wxT("Minimal wxWidgets App")); // Show it frame->Show(true); // Start the event loop return true; } // Event table for MyFrame BEGIN_EVENT_TABLE(MyFrame, wxFrame) EVT_MENU(wxID_ABOUT, MyFrame::OnAbout) EVT_MENU(wxID_EXIT, MyFrame::OnQuit) END_EVENT_TABLE() void MyFrame::OnAbout(wxCommandEvent& event) { wxString msg; msg.Printf(wxT("Hello and welcome to %s"), wxVERSION_STRING); wxMessageBox(msg, wxT("About Minimal"), wxOK | wxICON_INFORMATION, this); } void MyFrame::OnQuit(wxCommandEvent& event) { // Destroy the frame Close(); } MyFrame::MyFrame(const wxString& title) : wxFrame(NULL, wxID_ANY, title) { // Set the frame icon SetIcon(wxIcon(mondrian_xpm)); // Create a menu bar wxMenu *fileMenu = new wxMenu; // The “About” item should be in the help menu wxMenu *helpMenu = new wxMenu; helpMenu->Append(wxID_ABOUT, wxT("&About...\tF1"), wxT("Show about dialog")); fileMenu->Append(wxID_EXIT, wxT("E&xit\tAlt-X"), wxT("Quit this program")); // Now append the freshly created menu to the menu bar... wxMenuBar *menuBar = new wxMenuBar(); menuBar->Append(fileMenu, wxT("&File")); menuBar->Append(helpMenu, wxT("&Help")); // ... and attach this menu bar to the frame SetMenuBar(menuBar); // Create a status bar just for fun CreateStatusBar(2); SetStatusText(wxT("Welcome to wxWidgets!")); } So what's happenning? Thanks! P.S.: I installed wxWidgets through wxPack wich afaik comes with everything precomplied and i also added the wxWidgets directory to Global variables-base in Code::Blocks so everything should be correctly set, right?

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  • yaml-cpp parsing strings

    - by Jason
    Am i missing some thing or isnt it possible to parse YAML formatted strings with yaml-cpp? at least there isnt a YAML::Parser::Parser(std::string&) constructor. i get a yaml-string via libcurl from a http-server.

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  • What IDE should I use to programm CPP on linux

    - by Itay Moav
    I need to start doing CPP (after 12 years) and do it on Ubuntu. What good IDEs are out there? Properties I look for in an IDE: project managment able to build project auto completion object browser+navigation (you click on an object/function name, and the ide sends you to the declaration) Any recommendations?

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  • eventmachine on debian fails install via rubygems

    - by Max
    this has been killing me for the last 5 hours. I don't seem to be able to get eventmachine running on my debian box. here this output: $ gem install thin Building native extensions. This could take a while... ERROR: Error installing thin: ERROR: Failed to build gem native extension. /home/eventhub/.rvm/rubies/ruby-1.9.3-p125/bin/ruby extconf.rb checking for rb_trap_immediate in ruby.h,rubysig.h... no checking for rb_thread_blocking_region()... yes checking for inotify_init() in sys/inotify.h... yes checking for writev() in sys/uio.h... yes checking for rb_wait_for_single_fd()... yes checking for rb_enable_interrupt()... yes checking for rb_time_new()... yes checking for sys/event.h... no checking for epoll_create() in sys/epoll.h... yes creating Makefile make compiling kb.cpp cc1plus: warning: command line option "-Wdeclaration-after-statement" is valid for C/ObjC but not for C++ cc1plus: warning: command line option "-Wimplicit-function-declaration" is valid for C/ObjC but not for C++ In file included from project.h:149, from kb.cpp:20: binder.h:35: warning: type qualifiers ignored on function return type In file included from project.h:150, from kb.cpp:20: em.h:84: warning: type qualifiers ignored on function return type em.h:85: warning: type qualifiers ignored on function return type em.h:86: warning: type qualifiers ignored on function return type em.h:88: warning: type qualifiers ignored on function return type em.h:89: warning: type qualifiers ignored on function return type em.h:90: warning: type qualifiers ignored on function return type em.h:91: warning: type qualifiers ignored on function return type em.h:93: warning: type qualifiers ignored on function return type em.h:99: warning: type qualifiers ignored on function return type em.h:116: warning: type qualifiers ignored on function return type em.h:125: warning: type qualifiers ignored on function return type In file included from project.h:154, from kb.cpp:20: eventmachine.h:46: warning: type qualifiers ignored on function return type eventmachine.h:47: warning: type qualifiers ignored on function return type eventmachine.h:48: warning: type qualifiers ignored on function return type eventmachine.h:50: warning: type qualifiers ignored on function return type eventmachine.h:65: warning: type qualifiers ignored on function return type eventmachine.h:66: warning: type qualifiers ignored on function return type eventmachine.h:67: warning: type qualifiers ignored on function return type eventmachine.h:68: warning: type qualifiers ignored on function return type In file included from project.h:154, from kb.cpp:20: eventmachine.h:103: warning: type qualifiers ignored on function return type eventmachine.h:105: warning: type qualifiers ignored on function return type eventmachine.h:108: warning: type qualifiers ignored on function return type compiling rubymain.cpp cc1plus: warning: command line option "-Wdeclaration-after-statement" is valid for C/ObjC but not for C++ cc1plus: warning: command line option "-Wimplicit-function-declaration" is valid for C/ObjC but not for C++ In file included from project.h:149, from rubymain.cpp:20: binder.h:35: warning: type qualifiers ignored on function return type In file included from project.h:150, from rubymain.cpp:20: em.h:84: warning: type qualifiers ignored on function return type em.h:85: warning: type qualifiers ignored on function return type em.h:86: warning: type qualifiers ignored on function return type em.h:88: warning: type qualifiers ignored on function return type em.h:89: warning: type qualifiers ignored on function return type em.h:90: warning: type qualifiers ignored on function return type em.h:91: warning: type qualifiers ignored on function return type em.h:93: warning: type qualifiers ignored on function return type em.h:99: warning: type qualifiers ignored on function return type em.h:116: warning: type qualifiers ignored on function return type em.h:125: warning: type qualifiers ignored on function return type In file included from project.h:154, from rubymain.cpp:20: eventmachine.h:46: warning: type qualifiers ignored on function return type eventmachine.h:47: warning: type qualifiers ignored on function return type eventmachine.h:48: warning: type qualifiers ignored on function return type eventmachine.h:50: warning: type qualifiers ignored on function return type eventmachine.h:65: warning: type qualifiers ignored on function return type eventmachine.h:66: warning: type qualifiers ignored on function return type eventmachine.h:67: warning: type qualifiers ignored on function return type eventmachine.h:68: warning: type qualifiers ignored on function return type In file included from project.h:154, from rubymain.cpp:20: eventmachine.h:103: warning: type qualifiers ignored on function return type eventmachine.h:105: warning: type qualifiers ignored on function return type eventmachine.h:108: warning: type qualifiers ignored on function return type compiling ssl.cpp cc1plus: warning: command line option "-Wdeclaration-after-statement" is valid for C/ObjC but not for C++ cc1plus: warning: command line option "-Wimplicit-function-declaration" is valid for C/ObjC but not for C++ In file included from project.h:149, from ssl.cpp:23: binder.h:35: warning: type qualifiers ignored on function return type In file included from project.h:150, from ssl.cpp:23: em.h:84: warning: type qualifiers ignored on function return type em.h:85: warning: type qualifiers ignored on function return type em.h:86: warning: type qualifiers ignored on function return type em.h:88: warning: type qualifiers ignored on function return type em.h:89: warning: type qualifiers ignored on function return type em.h:90: warning: type qualifiers ignored on function return type em.h:91: warning: type qualifiers ignored on function return type em.h:93: warning: type qualifiers ignored on function return type em.h:99: warning: type qualifiers ignored on function return type em.h:116: warning: type qualifiers ignored on function return type em.h:125: warning: type qualifiers ignored on function return type In file included from project.h:154, from ssl.cpp:23: eventmachine.h:46: warning: type qualifiers ignored on function return type eventmachine.h:47: warning: type qualifiers ignored on function return type eventmachine.h:48: warning: type qualifiers ignored on function return type eventmachine.h:50: warning: type qualifiers ignored on function return type eventmachine.h:65: warning: type qualifiers ignored on function return type eventmachine.h:66: warning: type qualifiers ignored on function return type eventmachine.h:67: warning: type qualifiers ignored on function return type eventmachine.h:68: warning: type qualifiers ignored on function return type In file included from project.h:154, from ssl.cpp:23: eventmachine.h:103: warning: type qualifiers ignored on function return type eventmachine.h:105: warning: type qualifiers ignored on function return type eventmachine.h:108: warning: type qualifiers ignored on function return type compiling cmain.cpp cc1plus: warning: command line option "-Wdeclaration-after-statement" is valid for C/ObjC but not for C++ cc1plus: warning: command line option "-Wimplicit-function-declaration" is valid for C/ObjC but not for C++ In file included from project.h:149, from cmain.cpp:20: binder.h:35: warning: type qualifiers ignored on function return type In file included from project.h:150, from cmain.cpp:20: em.h:84: warning: type qualifiers ignored on function return type em.h:85: warning: type qualifiers ignored on function return type em.h:86: warning: type qualifiers ignored on function return type em.h:88: warning: type qualifiers ignored on function return type em.h:89: warning: type qualifiers ignored on function return type em.h:90: warning: type qualifiers ignored on function return type em.h:91: warning: type qualifiers ignored on function return type em.h:93: warning: type qualifiers ignored on function return type em.h:99: warning: type qualifiers ignored on function return type em.h:116: warning: type qualifiers ignored on function return type em.h:125: warning: type qualifiers ignored on function return type In file included from project.h:154, from cmain.cpp:20: eventmachine.h:46: warning: type qualifiers ignored on function return type eventmachine.h:47: warning: type qualifiers ignored on function return type eventmachine.h:48: warning: type qualifiers ignored on function return type eventmachine.h:50: warning: type qualifiers ignored on function return type eventmachine.h:65: warning: type qualifiers ignored on function return type eventmachine.h:66: warning: type qualifiers ignored on function return type eventmachine.h:67: warning: type qualifiers ignored on function return type eventmachine.h:68: warning: type qualifiers ignored on function return type In file included from project.h:154, from cmain.cpp:20: eventmachine.h:103: warning: type qualifiers ignored on function return type eventmachine.h:105: warning: type qualifiers ignored on function return type eventmachine.h:108: warning: type qualifiers ignored on function return type cmain.cpp:96: warning: type qualifiers ignored on function return type cmain.cpp:107: warning: type qualifiers ignored on function return type cmain.cpp:117: warning: type qualifiers ignored on function return type cmain.cpp:127: warning: type qualifiers ignored on function return type cmain.cpp:269: warning: type qualifiers ignored on function return type cmain.cpp:279: warning: type qualifiers ignored on function return type cmain.cpp:289: warning: type qualifiers ignored on function return type cmain.cpp:299: warning: type qualifiers ignored on function return type cmain.cpp:309: warning: type qualifiers ignored on function return type cmain.cpp:329: warning: type qualifiers ignored on function return type cmain.cpp:678: warning: type qualifiers ignored on function return type compiling em.cpp cc1plus: warning: command line option "-Wdeclaration-after-statement" is valid for C/ObjC but not for C++ cc1plus: warning: command line option "-Wimplicit-function-declaration" is valid for C/ObjC but not for C++ In file included from project.h:149, from em.cpp:23: binder.h:35: warning: type qualifiers ignored on function return type In file included from project.h:150, from em.cpp:23: em.h:84: warning: type qualifiers ignored on function return type em.h:85: warning: type qualifiers ignored on function return type em.h:86: warning: type qualifiers ignored on function return type em.h:88: warning: type qualifiers ignored on function return type em.h:89: warning: type qualifiers ignored on function return type em.h:90: warning: type qualifiers ignored on function return type em.h:91: warning: type qualifiers ignored on function return type em.h:93: warning: type qualifiers ignored on function return type em.h:99: warning: type qualifiers ignored on function return type em.h:116: warning: type qualifiers ignored on function return type em.h:125: warning: type qualifiers ignored on function return type In file included from project.h:154, from em.cpp:23: eventmachine.h:46: warning: type qualifiers ignored on function return type eventmachine.h:47: warning: type qualifiers ignored on function return type eventmachine.h:48: warning: type qualifiers ignored on function return type eventmachine.h:50: warning: type qualifiers ignored on function return type eventmachine.h:65: warning: type qualifiers ignored on function return type eventmachine.h:66: warning: type qualifiers ignored on function return type eventmachine.h:67: warning: type qualifiers ignored on function return type eventmachine.h:68: warning: type qualifiers ignored on function return type In file included from project.h:154, from em.cpp:23: eventmachine.h:103: warning: type qualifiers ignored on function return type eventmachine.h:105: warning: type qualifiers ignored on function return type eventmachine.h:108: warning: type qualifiers ignored on function return type em.cpp: In member function 'bool EventMachine_t::_RunEpollOnce()': em.cpp:578: warning: 'int rb_thread_select(int, fd_set*, fd_set*, fd_set*, timeval*)' is deprecated (declared at /home/eventhub/.rvm/rubies/ruby-1.9.3-p125/include/ruby-1.9.1/ruby/intern.h:379) em.cpp:578: warning: 'int rb_thread_select(int, fd_set*, fd_set*, fd_set*, timeval*)' is deprecated (declared at /home/eventhub/.rvm/rubies/ruby-1.9.3-p125/include/ruby-1.9.1/ruby/intern.h:379) em.cpp: In member function 'bool EventMachine_t::_RunSelectOnce()': em.cpp:974: warning: 'int rb_thread_select(int, fd_set*, fd_set*, fd_set*, timeval*)' is deprecated (declared at /home/eventhub/.rvm/rubies/ruby-1.9.3-p125/include/ruby-1.9.1/ruby/intern.h:379) em.cpp:974: warning: 'int rb_thread_select(int, fd_set*, fd_set*, fd_set*, timeval*)' is deprecated (declared at /home/eventhub/.rvm/rubies/ruby-1.9.3-p125/include/ruby-1.9.1/ruby/intern.h:379) em.cpp: At global scope: em.cpp:1057: warning: type qualifiers ignored on function return type em.cpp:1079: warning: type qualifiers ignored on function return type em.cpp:1265: warning: type qualifiers ignored on function return type em.cpp:1338: warning: type qualifiers ignored on function return type em.cpp:1510: warning: type qualifiers ignored on function return type em.cpp:1593: warning: type qualifiers ignored on function return type em.cpp:1856: warning: type qualifiers ignored on function return type em.cpp:1982: warning: type qualifiers ignored on function return type em.cpp:2046: warning: type qualifiers ignored on function return type em.cpp:2070: warning: type qualifiers ignored on function return type em.cpp:2142: warning: type qualifiers ignored on function return type em.cpp:2361: fatal error: error writing to /tmp/ccdlOK0T.s: No space left on device compilation terminated. make: *** [em.o] Error 1 Gem files will remain installed in /home/eventhub/.rvm/gems/ruby-1.9.3-p125/gems/eventmachine-1.0.1 for inspection. Results logged to /home/eventhub/.rvm/gems/ruby-1.9.3-p125/gems/eventmachine-1.0.1/ext/gem_make.out Any thoughts? I read a lot of different ways to solve this issue, but none of them worked. Thanks

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  • How to reduce simple cpp application size? (compiled with RAD Studio 2010 cpp builder)

    - by peterg
    I am using rad studio 2010 cpp builder. I've created a new SDI application, added a TCppWebBrowser control and a simple button that onclick trigger the .navigate for the TCppWebBrowser, I compiled it and I got a 1.20mb file, I was expecting less than 700kb at least. How can I reduce the size of the compiled exe? I don't want to use "build with runtime packages", I know that will make it very small but I want to get all the necessary packages and dependencies inside the exe but maybe I am getting more than I use, I tried unchecking/removing a lot of design packages (in project/options/packages) I don't use but the file size didn't decreased. Also I was thinking maybe the TForm component that comes with RAD Studio is giving me more stuff than I need and that could make the file bigger, I mean I only need to drop a webbrowser control and a few buttons in the form, maybe there's a minimal form component I could use to replace TForm. Any suggestions will be appreciated.

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  • Unity - Mecanim & Rigidbody on Third Person Controller - Gravity bug?

    - by Celtc
    I'm working on a third person controller which uses physX to interact with the other objects (using the Rigidbody component) and Mecanim to animate the character. All the animations used are baked to Y, and the movement on this axis is controlled by the gravity applied by the rigidbody component. The configuration of the falling animation: And the character components configuration: Since the falling animation doesn't have root motion on XZ, I move the character on XZ by code. Like this: // On the Ground if (IsGrounded()) { GroundedMovementMgm(); // Stores the velocity velocityPreFalling = rigidbody.velocity; } // Mid-Air else { // Continue the pre falling velocity rigidbody.velocity = new Vector3(velocityPreFalling.x, rigidbody.velocity.y, velocityPreFalling.z); } The problem is that when the chracter starts falling and hit against a wall in mid air, it gets stuck to the wall. Here are some pics which explains the problems: Hope someone can help me. Thanks and sory for my bad english! PD.: I was asked for the IsGrounded() function, so I'm adding it: void OnCollisionEnter(Collision collision) { if (!grounded) TrackGrounded(collision); } void OnCollisionStay(Collision collision) { TrackGrounded(collision); } void OnCollisionExit() { grounded = false; } public bool IsGrounded() { return grounded; } private void TrackGrounded(Collision collision) { var maxHeight = capCollider.bounds.min.y + capCollider.radius * .9f; foreach (var contact in collision.contacts) { if (contact.point.y < maxHeight && Vector3.Angle(contact.normal, Vector3.up) < maxSlopeAngle) { grounded = true; break; } } } I'll also add a LINK to download the project if someone wants it.

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