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  • Error in running script [closed]

    - by SWEngineer
    I'm trying to run heathusf_v1.1.0.tar.gz found here I installed tcsh to make build_heathusf work. But, when I run ./build_heathusf, I get the following (I'm running that on a Fedora Linux system from Terminal): $ ./build_heathusf Compiling programs to build a library of image processing functions. convexpolyscan.c: In function ‘cdelete’: convexpolyscan.c:346:5: warning: incompatible implicit declaration of built-in function ‘bcopy’ [enabled by default] myalloc.c: In function ‘mycalloc’: myalloc.c:68:16: error: invalid storage class for function ‘store_link’ myalloc.c: In function ‘mymalloc’: myalloc.c:101:16: error: invalid storage class for function ‘store_link’ myalloc.c: In function ‘myfree’: myalloc.c:129:27: error: invalid storage class for function ‘find_link’ myalloc.c:131:12: warning: assignment makes pointer from integer without a cast [enabled by default] myalloc.c: At top level: myalloc.c:150:13: warning: conflicting types for ‘store_link’ [enabled by default] myalloc.c:150:13: error: static declaration of ‘store_link’ follows non-static declaration myalloc.c:91:4: note: previous implicit declaration of ‘store_link’ was here myalloc.c:164:24: error: conflicting types for ‘find_link’ myalloc.c:131:14: note: previous implicit declaration of ‘find_link’ was here Building the mammogram resizing program. gcc -O2 -I. -I../common mkimage.o -o mkimage -L../common -lmammo -lm ../common/libmammo.a(aggregate.o): In function `aggregate': aggregate.c:(.text+0x7fa): undefined reference to `mycalloc' aggregate.c:(.text+0x81c): undefined reference to `mycalloc' aggregate.c:(.text+0x868): undefined reference to `mycalloc' ../common/libmammo.a(aggregate.o): In function `aggregate_median': aggregate.c:(.text+0xbc5): undefined reference to `mymalloc' aggregate.c:(.text+0xbfb): undefined reference to `mycalloc' aggregate.c:(.text+0xc3c): undefined reference to `mycalloc' ../common/libmammo.a(aggregate.o): In function `aggregate': aggregate.c:(.text+0x9b5): undefined reference to `myfree' ../common/libmammo.a(aggregate.o): In function `aggregate_median': aggregate.c:(.text+0xd85): undefined reference to `myfree' ../common/libmammo.a(optical_density.o): In function `linear_optical_density': optical_density.c:(.text+0x29e): undefined reference to `mymalloc' optical_density.c:(.text+0x342): undefined reference to `mycalloc' optical_density.c:(.text+0x383): undefined reference to `mycalloc' ../common/libmammo.a(optical_density.o): In function `log10_optical_density': optical_density.c:(.text+0x693): undefined reference to `mymalloc' optical_density.c:(.text+0x74f): undefined reference to `mycalloc' optical_density.c:(.text+0x790): undefined reference to `mycalloc' ../common/libmammo.a(optical_density.o): In function `map_with_ushort_lut': optical_density.c:(.text+0xb2e): undefined reference to `mymalloc' optical_density.c:(.text+0xb87): undefined reference to `mycalloc' optical_density.c:(.text+0xbc6): undefined reference to `mycalloc' ../common/libmammo.a(optical_density.o): In function `linear_optical_density': optical_density.c:(.text+0x4d9): undefined reference to `myfree' ../common/libmammo.a(optical_density.o): In function `log10_optical_density': optical_density.c:(.text+0x8f1): undefined reference to `myfree' ../common/libmammo.a(optical_density.o): In function `map_with_ushort_lut': optical_density.c:(.text+0xd0d): undefined reference to `myfree' ../common/libmammo.a(virtual_image.o): In function `deallocate_cached_image': virtual_image.c:(.text+0x3dc6): undefined reference to `myfree' virtual_image.c:(.text+0x3dd7): undefined reference to `myfree' ../common/libmammo.a(virtual_image.o):virtual_image.c:(.text+0x3de5): more undefined references to `myfree' follow ../common/libmammo.a(virtual_image.o): In function `allocate_cached_image': virtual_image.c:(.text+0x4233): undefined reference to `mycalloc' virtual_image.c:(.text+0x4253): undefined reference to `mymalloc' virtual_image.c:(.text+0x4275): undefined reference to `mycalloc' virtual_image.c:(.text+0x42e7): undefined reference to `mycalloc' virtual_image.c:(.text+0x44f9): undefined reference to `mycalloc' virtual_image.c:(.text+0x47a9): undefined reference to `mycalloc' virtual_image.c:(.text+0x4a45): undefined reference to `mycalloc' virtual_image.c:(.text+0x4af4): undefined reference to `myfree' collect2: error: ld returned 1 exit status make: *** [mkimage] Error 1 Building the breast segmentation program. gcc -O2 -I. -I../common breastsegment.o segment.o -o breastsegment -L../common -lmammo -lm breastsegment.o: In function `render_segmentation_sketch': breastsegment.c:(.text+0x43): undefined reference to `mycalloc' breastsegment.c:(.text+0x58): undefined reference to `mycalloc' breastsegment.c:(.text+0x12f): undefined reference to `mycalloc' breastsegment.c:(.text+0x1b9): undefined reference to `myfree' breastsegment.c:(.text+0x1c6): undefined reference to `myfree' breastsegment.c:(.text+0x1e1): undefined reference to `myfree' segment.o: In function `find_center': segment.c:(.text+0x53): undefined reference to `mycalloc' segment.c:(.text+0x71): undefined reference to `mycalloc' segment.c:(.text+0x387): undefined reference to `myfree' segment.o: In function `bordercode': segment.c:(.text+0x4ac): undefined reference to `mycalloc' segment.c:(.text+0x546): undefined reference to `mycalloc' segment.c:(.text+0x651): undefined reference to `mycalloc' segment.c:(.text+0x691): undefined reference to `myfree' segment.o: In function `estimate_tissue_image': segment.c:(.text+0x10d4): undefined reference to `mycalloc' segment.c:(.text+0x14da): undefined reference to `mycalloc' segment.c:(.text+0x1698): undefined reference to `mycalloc' segment.c:(.text+0x1834): undefined reference to `mycalloc' segment.c:(.text+0x1850): undefined reference to `mycalloc' segment.o:segment.c:(.text+0x186a): more undefined references to `mycalloc' follow segment.o: In function `estimate_tissue_image': segment.c:(.text+0x1bbc): undefined reference to `myfree' segment.c:(.text+0x1c4a): undefined reference to `mycalloc' segment.c:(.text+0x1c7c): undefined reference to `mycalloc' segment.c:(.text+0x1d8e): undefined reference to `myfree' segment.c:(.text+0x1d9b): undefined reference to `myfree' segment.c:(.text+0x1da8): undefined reference to `myfree' segment.c:(.text+0x1dba): undefined reference to `myfree' segment.c:(.text+0x1dc9): undefined reference to `myfree' segment.o:segment.c:(.text+0x1dd8): more undefined references to `myfree' follow segment.o: In function `estimate_tissue_image': segment.c:(.text+0x20bf): undefined reference to `mycalloc' segment.o: In function `segment_breast': segment.c:(.text+0x24cd): undefined reference to `mycalloc' segment.o: In function `find_center': segment.c:(.text+0x3a4): undefined reference to `myfree' segment.o: In function `bordercode': segment.c:(.text+0x6ac): undefined reference to `myfree' ../common/libmammo.a(aggregate.o): In function `aggregate': aggregate.c:(.text+0x7fa): undefined reference to `mycalloc' aggregate.c:(.text+0x81c): undefined reference to `mycalloc' aggregate.c:(.text+0x868): undefined reference to `mycalloc' ../common/libmammo.a(aggregate.o): In function `aggregate_median': aggregate.c:(.text+0xbc5): undefined reference to `mymalloc' aggregate.c:(.text+0xbfb): undefined reference to `mycalloc' aggregate.c:(.text+0xc3c): undefined reference to `mycalloc' ../common/libmammo.a(aggregate.o): In function `aggregate': aggregate.c:(.text+0x9b5): undefined reference to `myfree' ../common/libmammo.a(aggregate.o): In function `aggregate_median': aggregate.c:(.text+0xd85): undefined reference to `myfree' ../common/libmammo.a(cc_label.o): In function `cc_label': cc_label.c:(.text+0x20c): undefined reference to `mycalloc' cc_label.c:(.text+0x6c2): undefined reference to `mycalloc' cc_label.c:(.text+0xbaa): undefined reference to `myfree' ../common/libmammo.a(cc_label.o): In function `cc_label_0bkgd': cc_label.c:(.text+0xe17): undefined reference to `mycalloc' cc_label.c:(.text+0x12d7): undefined reference to `mycalloc' cc_label.c:(.text+0x17e7): undefined reference to `myfree' ../common/libmammo.a(cc_label.o): In function `cc_relabel_by_intensity': cc_label.c:(.text+0x18c5): undefined reference to `mycalloc' ../common/libmammo.a(cc_label.o): In function `cc_label_4connect': cc_label.c:(.text+0x1cf0): undefined reference to `mycalloc' cc_label.c:(.text+0x2195): undefined reference to `mycalloc' cc_label.c:(.text+0x26a4): undefined reference to `myfree' ../common/libmammo.a(cc_label.o): In function `cc_relabel_by_intensity': cc_label.c:(.text+0x1b06): undefined reference to `myfree' ../common/libmammo.a(convexpolyscan.o): In function `polyscan_coords': convexpolyscan.c:(.text+0x6f0): undefined reference to `mycalloc' convexpolyscan.c:(.text+0x75f): undefined reference to `mycalloc' convexpolyscan.c:(.text+0x7ab): undefined reference to `myfree' convexpolyscan.c:(.text+0x7b8): undefined reference to `myfree' ../common/libmammo.a(convexpolyscan.o): In function `polyscan_poly_cacheim': convexpolyscan.c:(.text+0x805): undefined reference to `mycalloc' convexpolyscan.c:(.text+0x894): undefined reference to `myfree' ../common/libmammo.a(mikesfileio.o): In function `read_segmentation_file': mikesfileio.c:(.text+0x1e9): undefined reference to `mycalloc' mikesfileio.c:(.text+0x205): undefined reference to `mycalloc' ../common/libmammo.a(optical_density.o): In function `linear_optical_density': optical_density.c:(.text+0x29e): undefined reference to `mymalloc' optical_density.c:(.text+0x342): undefined reference to `mycalloc' optical_density.c:(.text+0x383): undefined reference to `mycalloc' ../common/libmammo.a(optical_density.o): In function `log10_optical_density': optical_density.c:(.text+0x693): undefined reference to `mymalloc' optical_density.c:(.text+0x74f): undefined reference to `mycalloc' optical_density.c:(.text+0x790): undefined reference to `mycalloc' ../common/libmammo.a(optical_density.o): In function `map_with_ushort_lut': optical_density.c:(.text+0xb2e): undefined reference to `mymalloc' optical_density.c:(.text+0xb87): undefined reference to `mycalloc' optical_density.c:(.text+0xbc6): undefined reference to `mycalloc' ../common/libmammo.a(optical_density.o): In function `linear_optical_density': optical_density.c:(.text+0x4d9): undefined reference to `myfree' ../common/libmammo.a(optical_density.o): In function `log10_optical_density': optical_density.c:(.text+0x8f1): undefined reference to `myfree' ../common/libmammo.a(optical_density.o): In function `map_with_ushort_lut': optical_density.c:(.text+0xd0d): undefined reference to `myfree' ../common/libmammo.a(virtual_image.o): In function `deallocate_cached_image': virtual_image.c:(.text+0x3dc6): undefined reference to `myfree' virtual_image.c:(.text+0x3dd7): undefined reference to `myfree' ../common/libmammo.a(virtual_image.o):virtual_image.c:(.text+0x3de5): more undefined references to `myfree' follow ../common/libmammo.a(virtual_image.o): In function `allocate_cached_image': virtual_image.c:(.text+0x4233): undefined reference to `mycalloc' virtual_image.c:(.text+0x4253): undefined reference to `mymalloc' virtual_image.c:(.text+0x4275): undefined reference to `mycalloc' virtual_image.c:(.text+0x42e7): undefined reference to `mycalloc' virtual_image.c:(.text+0x44f9): undefined reference to `mycalloc' virtual_image.c:(.text+0x47a9): undefined reference to `mycalloc' virtual_image.c:(.text+0x4a45): undefined reference to `mycalloc' virtual_image.c:(.text+0x4af4): undefined reference to `myfree' collect2: error: ld returned 1 exit status make: *** [breastsegment] Error 1 Building the mass feature generation program. gcc -O2 -I. -I../common afumfeature.o -o afumfeature -L../common -lmammo -lm afumfeature.o: In function `afum_process': afumfeature.c:(.text+0xd80): undefined reference to `mycalloc' afumfeature.c:(.text+0xd9c): undefined reference to `mycalloc' afumfeature.c:(.text+0xe80): undefined reference to `mycalloc' afumfeature.c:(.text+0x11f8): undefined reference to `myfree' afumfeature.c:(.text+0x1207): undefined reference to `myfree' afumfeature.c:(.text+0x1214): undefined reference to `myfree' ../common/libmammo.a(aggregate.o): In function `aggregate': aggregate.c:(.text+0x7fa): undefined reference to `mycalloc' aggregate.c:(.text+0x81c): undefined reference to `mycalloc' aggregate.c:(.text+0x868): undefined reference to `mycalloc' ../common/libmammo.a(aggregate.o): In function `aggregate_median': aggregate.c:(.text+0xbc5): undefined reference to `mymalloc' aggregate.c:(.text+0xbfb): undefined reference to `mycalloc' aggregate.c:(.text+0xc3c): undefined reference to `mycalloc' ../common/libmammo.a(aggregate.o): In function `aggregate': aggregate.c:(.text+0x9b5): undefined reference to `myfree' ../common/libmammo.a(aggregate.o): In function `aggregate_median': aggregate.c:(.text+0xd85): undefined reference to `myfree' ../common/libmammo.a(convexpolyscan.o): In function `polyscan_coords': convexpolyscan.c:(.text+0x6f0): undefined reference to `mycalloc' convexpolyscan.c:(.text+0x75f): undefined reference to `mycalloc' convexpolyscan.c:(.text+0x7ab): undefined reference to `myfree' convexpolyscan.c:(.text+0x7b8): undefined reference to `myfree' ../common/libmammo.a(convexpolyscan.o): In function `polyscan_poly_cacheim': convexpolyscan.c:(.text+0x805): undefined reference to `mycalloc' convexpolyscan.c:(.text+0x894): undefined reference to `myfree' ../common/libmammo.a(mikesfileio.o): In function `read_segmentation_file': mikesfileio.c:(.text+0x1e9): undefined reference to `mycalloc' mikesfileio.c:(.text+0x205): undefined reference to `mycalloc' ../common/libmammo.a(optical_density.o): In function `linear_optical_density': optical_density.c:(.text+0x29e): undefined reference to `mymalloc' optical_density.c:(.text+0x342): undefined reference to `mycalloc' optical_density.c:(.text+0x383): undefined reference to `mycalloc' ../common/libmammo.a(optical_density.o): In function `log10_optical_density': optical_density.c:(.text+0x693): undefined reference to `mymalloc' optical_density.c:(.text+0x74f): undefined reference to `mycalloc' optical_density.c:(.text+0x790): undefined reference to `mycalloc' ../common/libmammo.a(optical_density.o): In function `map_with_ushort_lut': optical_density.c:(.text+0xb2e): undefined reference to `mymalloc' optical_density.c:(.text+0xb87): undefined reference to `mycalloc' optical_density.c:(.text+0xbc6): undefined reference to `mycalloc' ../common/libmammo.a(optical_density.o): In function `linear_optical_density': optical_density.c:(.text+0x4d9): undefined reference to `myfree' ../common/libmammo.a(optical_density.o): In function `log10_optical_density': optical_density.c:(.text+0x8f1): undefined reference to `myfree' ../common/libmammo.a(optical_density.o): In function `map_with_ushort_lut': optical_density.c:(.text+0xd0d): undefined reference to `myfree' ../common/libmammo.a(virtual_image.o): In function `deallocate_cached_image': virtual_image.c:(.text+0x3dc6): undefined reference to `myfree' virtual_image.c:(.text+0x3dd7): undefined reference to `myfree' ../common/libmammo.a(virtual_image.o):virtual_image.c:(.text+0x3de5): more undefined references to `myfree' follow ../common/libmammo.a(virtual_image.o): In function `allocate_cached_image': virtual_image.c:(.text+0x4233): undefined reference to `mycalloc' virtual_image.c:(.text+0x4253): undefined reference to `mymalloc' virtual_image.c:(.text+0x4275): undefined reference to `mycalloc' virtual_image.c:(.text+0x42e7): undefined reference to `mycalloc' virtual_image.c:(.text+0x44f9): undefined reference to `mycalloc' virtual_image.c:(.text+0x47a9): undefined reference to `mycalloc' virtual_image.c:(.text+0x4a45): undefined reference to `mycalloc' virtual_image.c:(.text+0x4af4): undefined reference to `myfree' collect2: error: ld returned 1 exit status make: *** [afumfeature] Error 1 Building the mass detection program. make: Nothing to be done for `all'. Building the performance evaluation program. gcc -O2 -I. -I../common DDSMeval.o polyscan.o -o DDSMeval -L../common -lmammo -lm ../common/libmammo.a(mikesfileio.o): In function `read_segmentation_file': mikesfileio.c:(.text+0x1e9): undefined reference to `mycalloc' mikesfileio.c:(.text+0x205): undefined reference to `mycalloc' collect2: error: ld returned 1 exit status make: *** [DDSMeval] Error 1 Building the template creation program. gcc -O2 -I. -I../common mktemplate.o polyscan.o -o mktemplate -L../common -lmammo -lm Building the drawimage program. gcc -O2 -I. -I../common drawimage.o -o drawimage -L../common -lmammo -lm ../common/libmammo.a(mikesfileio.o): In function `read_segmentation_file': mikesfileio.c:(.text+0x1e9): undefined reference to `mycalloc' mikesfileio.c:(.text+0x205): undefined reference to `mycalloc' collect2: error: ld returned 1 exit status make: *** [drawimage] Error 1 Building the compression/decompression program jpeg. gcc -O2 -DSYSV -DNOTRUNCATE -c lexer.c lexer.c:41:1: error: initializer element is not constant lexer.c:41:1: error: (near initialization for ‘yyin’) lexer.c:41:1: error: initializer element is not constant lexer.c:41:1: error: (near initialization for ‘yyout’) lexer.c: In function ‘initparser’: lexer.c:387:21: warning: incompatible implicit declaration of built-in function ‘strlen’ [enabled by default] lexer.c: In function ‘MakeLink’: lexer.c:443:16: warning: incompatible implicit declaration of built-in function ‘malloc’ [enabled by default] lexer.c:447:7: warning: incompatible implicit declaration of built-in function ‘exit’ [enabled by default] lexer.c:452:7: warning: incompatible implicit declaration of built-in function ‘exit’ [enabled by default] lexer.c:455:34: warning: incompatible implicit declaration of built-in function ‘calloc’ [enabled by default] lexer.c:458:7: warning: incompatible implicit declaration of built-in function ‘exit’ [enabled by default] lexer.c:460:3: warning: incompatible implicit declaration of built-in function ‘strcpy’ [enabled by default] lexer.c: In function ‘getstr’: lexer.c:548:26: warning: incompatible implicit declaration of built-in function ‘malloc’ [enabled by default] lexer.c:552:4: warning: incompatible implicit declaration of built-in function ‘exit’ [enabled by default] lexer.c:557:21: warning: incompatible implicit declaration of built-in function ‘calloc’ [enabled by default] lexer.c:557:28: warning: incompatible implicit declaration of built-in function ‘strlen’ [enabled by default] lexer.c:561:7: warning: incompatible implicit declaration of built-in function ‘exit’ [enabled by default] lexer.c: In function ‘parser’: lexer.c:794:21: warning: incompatible implicit declaration of built-in function ‘calloc’ [enabled by default] lexer.c:798:8: warning: incompatible implicit declaration of built-in function ‘exit’ [enabled by default] lexer.c:1074:21: warning: incompatible implicit declaration of built-in function ‘calloc’ [enabled by default] lexer.c:1078:8: warning: incompatible implicit declaration of built-in function ‘exit’ [enabled by default] lexer.c:1116:21: warning: incompatible implicit declaration of built-in function ‘calloc’ [enabled by default] lexer.c:1120:8: warning: incompatible implicit declaration of built-in function ‘exit’ [enabled by default] lexer.c:1154:25: warning: incompatible implicit declaration of built-in function ‘calloc’ [enabled by default] lexer.c:1158:5: warning: incompatible implicit declaration of built-in function ‘exit’ [enabled by default] lexer.c:1190:5: warning: incompatible implicit declaration of built-in function ‘exit’ [enabled by default] lexer.c:1247:25: warning: incompatible implicit declaration of built-in function ‘calloc’ [enabled by default] lexer.c:1251:5: warning: incompatible implicit declaration of built-in function ‘exit’ [enabled by default] lexer.c:1283:5: warning: incompatible implicit declaration of built-in function ‘exit’ [enabled by default] lexer.c: In function ‘yylook’: lexer.c:1867:9: warning: cast from pointer to integer of different size [-Wpointer-to-int-cast] lexer.c:1867:20: warning: cast from pointer to integer of different size [-Wpointer-to-int-cast] lexer.c:1877:12: warning: cast from pointer to integer of different size [-Wpointer-to-int-cast] lexer.c:1877:23: warning: cast from pointer to integer of different size [-Wpointer-to-int-cast] make: *** [lexer.o] Error 1

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  • How to split a text file into multiple text files

    - by Andrew
    I have a text file called entry.txt that contains the following: [ entry1 ] 1239 1240 1242 1391 1392 1394 1486 1487 1489 1600 1601 1603 1657 1658 1660 2075 2076 2078 2322 2323 2325 2740 2741 2743 3082 3083 3085 3291 3292 3294 3481 3482 3484 3633 3634 3636 3690 3691 3693 3766 3767 3769 4526 4527 4529 4583 4584 4586 4773 4774 4776 5153 5154 5156 5628 5629 5631 [ entry2 ] 1239 1240 1242 1391 1392 1394 1486 1487 1489 1600 1601 1603 1657 1658 1660 2075 2076 2078 2322 2323 2325 2740 2741 2743 3082 3083 3085 3291 3292 3294 3481 3482 3484 3690 3691 3693 3766 3767 3769 4526 4527 4529 4583 4584 4586 4773 4774 4776 5153 5154 5156 5628 5629 5631 [ entry3 ] 1239 1240 1242 1391 1392 1394 1486 1487 1489 1600 1601 1603 1657 1658 1660 2075 2076 2078 2322 2323 2325 2740 2741 2743 3082 3083 3085 3291 3292 3294 3481 3482 3484 3690 3691 3693 3766 3767 3769 4241 4242 4244 4526 4527 4529 4583 4584 4586 4773 4774 4776 5153 5154 5156 5495 5496 5498 5628 5629 5631 I would like to split it into three text files: entry1.txt, entry2.txt, entry3.txt. Their contents are as follows. entry1.txt: [ entry1 ] 1239 1240 1242 1391 1392 1394 1486 1487 1489 1600 1601 1603 1657 1658 1660 2075 2076 2078 2322 2323 2325 2740 2741 2743 3082 3083 3085 3291 3292 3294 3481 3482 3484 3633 3634 3636 3690 3691 3693 3766 3767 3769 4526 4527 4529 4583 4584 4586 4773 4774 4776 5153 5154 5156 5628 5629 5631 entry2.txt: [ entry2 ] 1239 1240 1242 1391 1392 1394 1486 1487 1489 1600 1601 1603 1657 1658 1660 2075 2076 2078 2322 2323 2325 2740 2741 2743 3082 3083 3085 3291 3292 3294 3481 3482 3484 3690 3691 3693 3766 3767 3769 4526 4527 4529 4583 4584 4586 4773 4774 4776 5153 5154 5156 5628 5629 5631 entry3.txt: [ entry3 ] 1239 1240 1242 1391 1392 1394 1486 1487 1489 1600 1601 1603 1657 1658 1660 2075 2076 2078 2322 2323 2325 2740 2741 2743 3082 3083 3085 3291 3292 3294 3481 3482 3484 3690 3691 3693 3766 3767 3769 4241 4242 4244 4526 4527 4529 4583 4584 4586 4773 4774 4776 5153 5154 5156 5495 5496 5498 5628 5629 5631 In other words, the [ character indicates a new file should begin. Is there any way I can accomplish automatic text file splitting? My eventual, actual input entry.txt actually contains 200,001 entries. Doing the text split in either Windows or Linux would be great. I do not have access to a Mac machine. Thanks!

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  • Text inside <p> shrinks on mobile devices while div does not [migrated]

    - by guisasso
    I asked this question on stack overflow, but didn't get any answers, so I'm trying here. Does anybody know whats happening here? I tested on opera, dolphin and the factory android browser. (although it seems now to be working on opera) The div doesn't change size, but the text somehow is shrunk to fit on part of a div. Anyway to prevent this? Just to be clear, I'm trying to achieve on the mobile browser the same look as the pc version. As the problem seems to be with the browsers, how can I force the text to take the full width of the div? I tried setting the p tag to 100% with no success. The div has to have that width and be aligned to the left of the page. On a Pc, as it should be: I shrunk the code as much as I could: <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Transitional//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-transitional.dtd"> <html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" lang="en-us"> <head> <meta content="text/html; charset=utf-8" http-equiv="Content-Type" /> <meta content="" name="keywords" /> <meta content="" name="description" /> <title></title> </head> <body> <div style="width:1000px; margin-left:auto; margin-right:auto;" > <div style="float:left; width:758px; background-color:aqua;"> <p> Random text Random text Random text Random text Random text Random text Random text Random text Random text Random text Random text Random text Random text Random text Random text Random text Random text Random text Random text Random text Random text Random text Random text Random text Random text Random text Random text Random text Random text Random text Random text Random text Random text Random text Random text Random text Random text Random text Random text Random text Random text Random text Random text Random text Random text Random text Random text Random text Random text Random text .<br /> <br /> Random text Random text Random text Random text Random text Random text Random text Random text Random text Random text Random text .<br /> <br /> Random text Random text Random text Random text <a href="http://www.a.com/a.html"> Random text </a> Random text Random text . </p> </div> </div> </body> </html> Thanks.

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  • The Best Tools for Enhancing and Expanding the Features of the Windows Clipboard

    - by Lori Kaufman
    The Windows clipboard is like a scratch pad used by the operating system and all running applications. When you copy or cut some text or a graphic, it is temporarily stored in the clipboard and then retrieved later when you paste the data. We’ve previously showed you how to store multiple items to the clipboard (using Clipboard Manager) in Windows, how to copy a file path to the clipboard, how to create a shortcut to clear the clipboard, and how to copy a list of files to the clipboard. There are some limitations of the Windows clipboard. Only one item can be stored at a time. Each time you copy something, the current item in the clipboard is replaced. The data on the clipboard also cannot be viewed without pasting it into an application. In addition, the data on the clipboard is cleared when you log out of your Windows session. NOTE: The above image shows the clipboard viewer from Windows XP (clipbrd.exe), which is not available in Windows 7 or Vista. However, you can download the file from deviantART and run it to view the current entry in the clipboard in Windows 7. Here are some additional useful tools that help enhance or expand the features of the Windows clipboard and make it more useful. Can Dust Actually Damage My Computer? What To Do If You Get a Virus on Your Computer Why Enabling “Do Not Track” Doesn’t Stop You From Being Tracked

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  • Sublime Text 2 'text bubbling'?

    - by Alex Mcp
    In vim and Notepad++ I have an awesome feature either mapped or built in that I've seen called text bubbling. I know about the Sublime documentation for mapping my own, but wanted to make sure I wasn't duplicating functionality: Basically when I have either block of text selected, or just a cursor on a line, I push (ctrl + up/down) or some other mapping, and the text is moved up or down, in a block, and the rest of the text 'flows' around it. Is this a native feature in Sublime Text or should I script it in?

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  • EXCEL VBA STUDENTS DATABASE [on hold]

    - by BENTET
    I AM DEVELOPING AN EXCEL DATABASE TO RECORD STUDENTS DETAILS. THE HEADINGS OF THE TABLE ARE DATE,YEAR, PAYMENT SLIP NO.,STUDENT NUMBER,NAME,FEES,AMOUNT PAID, BALANCE AND PREVIOUS BALANCE. I HAVE BEEN ABLE TO PUT UP SOME CODE WHICH IS WORKING, BUT THERE ARE SOME SETBACKS THAT I WANT TO BE ADDRESSED.I ACTUALLY DEVELOPED A USERFORM FOR EACH PROGRAMME OF THE INSTITUTION AND ASSIGNED EACH TO A SPECIFIC SHEET BUT WHENEVER I ADD A RECORD, IT DOES NOT GO TO THE ASSIGNED SHEET BUT GOES TO THE ACTIVE SHEET.ALSO I WANT TO HIDE ALL SHEETS AND BE WORKING ONLY ON THE USERFORMS WHEN THE WORKBOOK IS OPENED.ONE PROBLEM AM ALSO FACING IS THE UPDATE CODE.WHENEVER I UPDATE A RECORD ON A SPECIFIC ROW, IT RATHER EDIT THE RECORD ON THE FIRST ROW NOT THE RECORD EDITED.THIS IS THE CODE I HAVE BUILT SO FAR.I AM VIRTUALLY A NOVICE IN PROGRAMMING. Private Sub cmdAdd_Click() Dim lastrow As Long lastrow = Sheets("Sheet4").Range("A" & Rows.Count).End(xlUp).Row Cells(lastrow + 1, "A").Value = txtDate.Text Cells(lastrow + 1, "B").Value = ComBox1.Text Cells(lastrow + 1, "C").Value = txtSlipNo.Text Cells(lastrow + 1, "D").Value = txtStudentNum.Text Cells(lastrow + 1, "E").Value = txtName.Text Cells(lastrow + 1, "F").Value = txtFees.Text Cells(lastrow + 1, "G").Value = txtAmountPaid.Text txtDate.Text = "" ComBox1.Text = "" txtSlipNo.Text = "" txtStudentNum.Text = "" txtName.Text = "" txtFees.Text = "" txtAmountPaid.Text = "" End Sub Private Sub cmdClear_Click() txtDate.Text = "" ComBox1.Text = "" txtSlipNo.Text = "" txtStudentNum.Text = "" txtName.Text = "" txtFees.Text = "" txtAmountPaid.Text = "" txtBalance.Text = "" End Sub Private Sub cmdClearD_Click() txtDate.Text = "" ComBox1.Text = "" txtSlipNo.Text = "" txtStudentNum.Text = "" txtName.Text = "" txtFees.Text = "" txtAmountPaid.Text = "" txtBalance.Text = "" End Sub Private Sub cmdClose_Click() Unload Me End Sub Private Sub cmdDelete_Click() 'declare the variables Dim findvalue As Range Dim cDelete As VbMsgBoxResult 'check for values If txtStudentNum.Value = "" Or txtName.Value = "" Or txtDate.Text = "" Or ComBox1.Text = "" Or txtSlipNo.Text = "" Or txtFees.Text = "" Or txtAmountPaid.Text = "" Or txtBalance.Text = "" Then MsgBox "There is not data to delete" Exit Sub End If 'give the user a chance to change their mind cDelete = MsgBox("Are you sure that you want to delete this student", vbYesNo + vbDefaultButton2, "Are you sure????") If cDelete = vbYes Then 'delete the row Set findvalue = Sheet4.Range("D:D").Find(What:=txtStudentNum, LookIn:=xlValues) findvalue.EntireRow.Delete End If 'clear the controls txtDate.Text = "" ComBox1.Text = "" txtSlipNo.Text = "" txtStudentNum.Text = "" txtName.Text = "" 'txtFees.Text = "" txtAmountPaid.Text = "" txtBalance.Text = "" End Sub Private Sub cmdSearch_Click() Dim lastrow As Long Dim currentrow As Long Dim studentnum As String lastrow = Sheets("Sheet4").Range("A" & Rows.Count).End(xlUp).Row studentnum = txtStudentNum.Text For currentrow = 2 To lastrow If Cells(currentrow, 4).Text = studentnum Then txtDate.Text = Cells(currentrow, 1) ComBox1.Text = Cells(currentrow, 2) txtSlipNo.Text = Cells(currentrow, 3) txtStudentNum.Text = Cells(currentrow, 4).Text txtName.Text = Cells(currentrow, 5) txtFees.Text = Cells(currentrow, 6) txtAmountPaid.Text = Cells(currentrow, 7) txtBalance.Text = Cells(currentrow, 8) End If Next currentrow txtStudentNum.SetFocus End Sub Private Sub cmdSearchName_Click() Dim lastrow As Long Dim currentrow As Long Dim studentname As String lastrow = Sheets("Sheet4").Range("A" & Rows.Count).End(xlUp).Row studentname = txtName.Text For currentrow = 2 To lastrow If Cells(currentrow, 5).Text = studentname Then txtDate.Text = Cells(currentrow, 1) ComBox1.Text = Cells(currentrow, 2) txtSlipNo.Text = Cells(currentrow, 3) txtStudentNum.Text = Cells(currentrow, 4) txtName.Text = Cells(currentrow, 5).Text txtFees.Text = Cells(currentrow, 6) txtAmountPaid.Text = Cells(currentrow, 7) txtBalance.Text = Cells(currentrow, 8) End If Next currentrow txtName.SetFocus End Sub Private Sub cmdUpdate_Click() Dim tdate As String Dim tlevel As String Dim tslipno As String Dim tstudentnum As String Dim tname As String Dim tfees As String Dim tamountpaid As String Dim currentrow As Long Dim lastrow As Long 'If Cells(currentrow, 5).Text = studentname Then 'txtDate.Text = Cells(currentrow, 1) lastrow = Sheets("Sheet4").Range("A" & Columns.Count).End(xlUp).Offset(0, 1).Column For currentrow = 2 To lastrow tdate = txtDate.Text Cells(currentrow, 1).Value = tdate txtDate.Text = Cells(currentrow, 1) tlevel = ComBox1.Text Cells(currentrow, 2).Value = tlevel ComBox1.Text = Cells(currentrow, 2) tslipno = txtSlipNo.Text Cells(currentrow, 3).Value = tslipno txtSlipNo = Cells(currentrow, 3) tstudentnum = txtStudentNum.Text Cells(currentrow, 4).Value = tstudentnum txtStudentNum.Text = Cells(currentrow, 4) tname = txtName.Text Cells(currentrow, 5).Value = tname txtName.Text = Cells(currentrow, 5) tfees = txtFees.Text Cells(currentrow, 6).Value = tfees txtFees.Text = Cells(currentrow, 6) tamountpaid = txtAmountPaid.Text Cells(currentrow, 7).Value = tamountpaid txtAmountPaid.Text = Cells(currentrow, 7) Next currentrow txtDate.SetFocus ComBox1.SetFocus txtSlipNo.SetFocus txtStudentNum.SetFocus txtName.SetFocus txtFees.SetFocus txtAmountPaid.SetFocus txtBalance.SetFocus End Sub PLEASE I WAS THINKING IF I CAN DEVELOP SOMETHING THAT WILL USE ONLY ONE USERFORM TO SEND DATA TO DIFFERENT SHEETS IN THE WORKBOOK.

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  • Looking for speech-to-text tool (convert .wav to text)

    - by David
    I have the ability to get .wav files of voice mails emailed to me, but sometimes I'll be sitting in a meeting and I need to know the content of a message without playing it out loud. Are there any good (and, preferably, free) tools for converting .wav files to text? I know Google Voice has this capability, but I can't determine if it'll work on a file-by-file basis. I realize that this is a difficult research problem, but even an 80% solution might be workable.

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  • Looking for speech-to-text tool (convert .wav to text)

    - by David
    I have the ability to get .wav files of voice mails emailed to me, but sometimes I'll be sitting in a meeting and I need to know the content of a message without playing it out loud. Are there any good (and, preferably, free) tools for converting .wav files to text? I know Google Voice has this capability, but I can't determine if it'll work on a file-by-file basis. I realize that this is a difficult research problem, but even an 80% solution might be workable.

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  • Using a "white list" for extracting terms for Text Mining

    - by [email protected]
    In Part 1 of my post on "Generating cluster names from a document clustering model" (part 1, part 2, part 3), I showed how to build a clustering model from text documents using Oracle Data Miner, which automates preparing data for text mining. In this process we specified a custom stoplist and lexer and relied on Oracle Text to identify important terms.  However, there is an alternative approach, the white list, which uses a thesaurus object with the Oracle Text CTXRULE index to allow you to specify the important terms. INTRODUCTIONA stoplist is used to exclude, i.e., black list, specific words in your documents from being indexed. For example, words like a, if, and, or, and but normally add no value when text mining. Other words can also be excluded if they do not help to differentiate documents, e.g., the word Oracle is ubiquitous in the Oracle product literature. One problem with stoplists is determining which words to specify. This usually requires inspecting the terms that are extracted, manually identifying which ones you don't want, and then re-indexing the documents to determine if you missed any. Since a corpus of documents could contain thousands of words, this could be a tedious exercise. Moreover, since every word is considered as an individual token, a term excluded in one context may be needed to help identify a term in another context. For example, in our Oracle product literature example, the words "Oracle Data Mining" taken individually are not particular helpful. The term "Oracle" may be found in nearly all documents, as with the term "Data." The term "Mining" is more unique, but could also refer to the Mining industry. If we exclude "Oracle" and "Data" by specifying them in the stoplist, we lose valuable information. But it we include them, they may introduce too much noise. Still, when you have a broad vocabulary or don't have a list of specific terms of interest, you rely on the text engine to identify important terms, often by computing the term frequency - inverse document frequency metric. (This is effectively a weight associated with each term indicating its relative importance in a document within a collection of documents. We'll revisit this later.) The results using this technique is often quite valuable. As noted above, an alternative to the subtractive nature of the stoplist is to specify a white list, or a list of terms--perhaps multi-word--that we want to extract and use for data mining. The obvious downside to this approach is the need to specify the set of terms of interest. However, this may not be as daunting a task as it seems. For example, in a given domain (Oracle product literature), there is often a recognized glossary, or a list of keywords and phrases (Oracle product names, industry names, product categories, etc.). Being able to identify multi-word terms, e.g., "Oracle Data Mining" or "Customer Relationship Management" as a single token can greatly increase the quality of the data mining results. The remainder of this post and subsequent posts will focus on how to produce a dataset that contains white list terms, suitable for mining. CREATING A WHITE LIST We'll leverage the thesaurus capability of Oracle Text. Using a thesaurus, we create a set of rules that are in effect our mapping from single and multi-word terms to the tokens used to represent those terms. For example, "Oracle Data Mining" becomes "ORACLEDATAMINING." First, we'll create and populate a mapping table called my_term_token_map. All text has been converted to upper case and values in the TERM column are intended to be mapped to the token in the TOKEN column. TERM                                TOKEN DATA MINING                         DATAMINING ORACLE DATA MINING                  ORACLEDATAMINING 11G                                 ORACLE11G JAVA                                JAVA CRM                                 CRM CUSTOMER RELATIONSHIP MANAGEMENT    CRM ... Next, we'll create a thesaurus object my_thesaurus and a rules table my_thesaurus_rules: CTX_THES.CREATE_THESAURUS('my_thesaurus', FALSE); CREATE TABLE my_thesaurus_rules (main_term     VARCHAR2(100),                                  query_string  VARCHAR2(400)); We next populate the thesaurus object and rules table using the term token map. A cursor is defined over my_term_token_map. As we iterate over  the rows, we insert a synonym relationship 'SYN' into the thesaurus. We also insert into the table my_thesaurus_rules the main term, and the corresponding query string, which specifies synonyms for the token in the thesaurus. DECLARE   cursor c2 is     select token, term     from my_term_token_map; BEGIN   for r_c2 in c2 loop     CTX_THES.CREATE_RELATION('my_thesaurus',r_c2.token,'SYN',r_c2.term);     EXECUTE IMMEDIATE 'insert into my_thesaurus_rules values                        (:1,''SYN(' || r_c2.token || ', my_thesaurus)'')'     using r_c2.token;   end loop; END; We are effectively inserting the token to return and the corresponding query that will look up synonyms in our thesaurus into the my_thesaurus_rules table, for example:     'ORACLEDATAMINING'        SYN ('ORACLEDATAMINING', my_thesaurus)At this point, we create a CTXRULE index on the my_thesaurus_rules table: create index my_thesaurus_rules_idx on        my_thesaurus_rules(query_string)        indextype is ctxsys.ctxrule; In my next post, this index will be used to extract the tokens that match each of the rules specified. We'll then compute the tf-idf weights for each of the terms and create a nested table suitable for mining.

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  • Coloring even heighten columns

    - by verror
    I try to set different a background colors for left and right columns and to maintain the same height. So I set a background color for outer wrapper ("container" div) so it will set a color to rightBar. But this didn't work. Online Demo I want it to work on all browsers. Markup: <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/html4/strict.dtd"> <html lang="en"> <head> <title>Test</title> </head> <body> <div class="contentcontainer"> <div class="container"> <div class="mainBar"> <p>Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text </p> <p>Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text </p> <p>Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text </p> <p>Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text </p> <p>Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text </p> <p>Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text </p> <p>Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text </p> <p>Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text </p> <p>Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text </p> <p>Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text </p> <p>Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text </p> <p>Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text </p> <p>Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text </p> <p>Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text </p> <p>Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text </p> <p>Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text </p> <p>Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text </p> <p>Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text </p> <p>Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text </p> <p>Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text </p> <p>Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text </p> <p>Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text </p> <p>Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text </p> <p>Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text Text </p> </div> <div class="rightBar"> <p>BAR Text BAR Text BAR Text</p> <p>BAR Text BAR Text BAR Text</p> <p>BAR Text BAR Text BAR Text</p> <p>BAR Text BAR Text BAR Text</p> <p>BAR Text BAR Text BAR Text</p> <p>BAR Text BAR Text BAR Text</p> <p>BAR Text BAR Text BAR Text</p> <p>BAR Text BAR Text BAR Text</p> <p>BAR Text BAR Text BAR Text</p> <p>BAR Text BAR Text BAR Text</p> </div> </div> </div> </body> </html> CSS: body { font-family: Verdana,Tahoma,Arial, "Trebuchet MS" ,Sans-Serif,Georgia,Courier, "Times New Roman" ,Serif; margin: 0px; padding: 0px; background: repeat-x scroll center bottom #C4DAE9; text-align:center; } .contentcontainer { } .container { margin-left: auto; margin-right: auto; margin-top:5px; width: 99%; text-align: left; background-color:Gray; clear:both; } .mainBar { width:70%; float:left; background-color:White; } .rightBar { width:30%; float:left; }

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  • Using a "white list" for extracting terms for Text Mining, Part 2

    - by [email protected]
    In my last post, we set the groundwork for extracting specific tokens from a white list using a CTXRULE index. In this post, we will populate a table with the extracted tokens and produce a case table suitable for clustering with Oracle Data Mining. Our corpus of documents will be stored in a database table that is defined as create table documents(id NUMBER, text VARCHAR2(4000)); However, any suitable Oracle Text-accepted data type can be used for the text. We then create a table to contain the extracted tokens. The id column contains the unique identifier (or case id) of the document. The token column contains the extracted token. Note that a given document many have many tokens, so there will be one row per token for a given document. create table extracted_tokens (id NUMBER, token VARCHAR2(4000)); The next step is to iterate over the documents and extract the matching tokens using the index and insert them into our token table. We use the MATCHES function for matching the query_string from my_thesaurus_rules with the text. DECLARE     cursor c2 is       select id, text       from documents; BEGIN     for r_c2 in c2 loop        insert into extracted_tokens          select r_c2.id id, main_term token          from my_thesaurus_rules          where matches(query_string,                        r_c2.text)>0;     end loop; END; Now that we have the tokens, we can compute the term frequency - inverse document frequency (TF-IDF) for each token of each document. create table extracted_tokens_tfidf as   with num_docs as (select count(distinct id) doc_cnt                     from extracted_tokens),        tf       as (select a.id, a.token,                            a.token_cnt/b.num_tokens token_freq                     from                        (select id, token, count(*) token_cnt                        from extracted_tokens                        group by id, token) a,                       (select id, count(*) num_tokens                        from extracted_tokens                        group by id) b                     where a.id=b.id),        doc_freq as (select token, count(*) overall_token_cnt                     from extracted_tokens                     group by token)   select tf.id, tf.token,          token_freq * ln(doc_cnt/df.overall_token_cnt) tf_idf   from num_docs,        tf,        doc_freq df   where df.token=tf.token; From the WITH clause, the num_docs query simply counts the number of documents in the corpus. The tf query computes the term (token) frequency by computing the number of times each token appears in a document and divides that by the number of tokens found in the document. The doc_req query counts the number of times the token appears overall in the corpus. In the SELECT clause, we compute the tf_idf. Next, we create the nested table required to produce one record per case, where a case corresponds to an individual document. Here, we COLLECT all the tokens for a given document into the nested column extracted_tokens_tfidf_1. CREATE TABLE extracted_tokens_tfidf_nt              NESTED TABLE extracted_tokens_tfidf_1                  STORE AS extracted_tokens_tfidf_tab AS              select id,                     cast(collect(DM_NESTED_NUMERICAL(token,tf_idf)) as DM_NESTED_NUMERICALS) extracted_tokens_tfidf_1              from extracted_tokens_tfidf              group by id;   To build the clustering model, we create a settings table and then insert the various settings. Most notable are the number of clusters (20), using cosine distance which is better for text, turning off auto data preparation since the values are ready for mining, the number of iterations (20) to get a better model, and the split criterion of size for clusters that are roughly balanced in number of cases assigned. CREATE TABLE km_settings (setting_name  VARCHAR2(30), setting_value VARCHAR2(30)); BEGIN  INSERT INTO km_settings (setting_name, setting_value) VALUES     VALUES (dbms_data_mining.clus_num_clusters, 20);  INSERT INTO km_settings (setting_name, setting_value)     VALUES (dbms_data_mining.kmns_distance, dbms_data_mining.kmns_cosine);   INSERT INTO km_settings (setting_name, setting_value) VALUES     VALUES (dbms_data_mining.prep_auto,dbms_data_mining.prep_auto_off);   INSERT INTO km_settings (setting_name, setting_value) VALUES     VALUES (dbms_data_mining.kmns_iterations,20);   INSERT INTO km_settings (setting_name, setting_value) VALUES     VALUES (dbms_data_mining.kmns_split_criterion,dbms_data_mining.kmns_size);   COMMIT; END; With this in place, we can now build the clustering model. BEGIN     DBMS_DATA_MINING.CREATE_MODEL(     model_name          => 'TEXT_CLUSTERING_MODEL',     mining_function     => dbms_data_mining.clustering,     data_table_name     => 'extracted_tokens_tfidf_nt',     case_id_column_name => 'id',     settings_table_name => 'km_settings'); END;To generate cluster names from this model, check out my earlier post on that topic.

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  • HTML: How to create a DIV with only vertical scroll-bar to show long paragraphs on a webpage?

    - by Awan
    I want to show terms and condition note on my website. I dont want to use text field and also dont want to use my whole page. I just want to display my text in selected area and want to use only vertical scroll-bar to go down and read all text. Currently I am using this code: <div style="width:10;height:10;overflow:scroll" > text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text </div> It is not fixing the width and height and spread until the all text appears. Second it is showing horizontal scroll-bar and I don't want to show it. Any Idea ? Thanks

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  • The Best Text to Speech (TTS) Software Programs and Online Tools

    - by Lori Kaufman
    Text to Speech (TTS) software allows you to have text read aloud to you. This is useful for struggling readers and for writers, when editing and revising their work. You can also convert eBooks to audiobooks so you can listen to them on long drives. We’ve posted some websites here where you can find some good TTS software programs and online tools that are free or at least have free versions available. 8 Deadly Commands You Should Never Run on Linux 14 Special Google Searches That Show Instant Answers How To Create a Customized Windows 7 Installation Disc With Integrated Updates

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  • SQL Full-Text indexing not populating

    - by Sam
    Hi, We installed a clustered SQL 2005 installation on windows 2008 and reattached our san drives from another machine and restored to do a migration to new hardware. There have been a few minor issues, but this one has me stuck. Trying to populate Full-Text indexes is not working. I create a basic table with some simple text in a new database and get the same results as old indexes. 2010-09-27 10:30:46.85 spid19s Informational: Full-text Full population initialized for table or indexed view '[SQL_DBA].[dbo].[CIS_Report_Executions]' (table or indexed view ID '1767677345', database ID '5'). Population sub-tasks: 1. 2010-09-27 10:31:15.36 spid19s Error '0x80070003' occurred during full-text index population for table or indexed view '[SQL_DBA].[dbo].[CIS_Report_Executions]' (table or indexed view ID '1767677345', database ID '5'), full-text key value 0x000001DF. Attempt will be made to reindex it. 2010-09-27 10:31:15.37 spid19s The component 'MSFTE.DLL' reported error while indexing. Component path 'D:\Program Files\Microsoft SQL Server\MSSQL.1\MSSQL\Binn\MSFTE.DLL'. 2010-09-27 10:31:15.37 spid19s Error '0x80070003' occurred during full-text index population for table or indexed view '[SQL_DBA].[dbo].[CIS_Report_Executions]' (table or indexed view ID '1767677345', database ID '5'), full-text key value 0x000001E0. Attempt will be made to reindex it. The rebuild/repopulate procedure finishes, but I get zero rows in the index. The .dll in the message is present and the service accounts have access to this. My FTData also has data in it, so it seems there wouldn't be permission issue on this folder. Application throws this error: “PHP Warning: mssql_query() [function.mssql-query]: message: Full-text catalog 'ikm_PageIndex_FText' is in an unusable state. Drop and re-create this full-text catalog. (severity 16) in E:\Inetpub\knowledgebase_insidemesa\lib\database\mssql.php on line 154” A microsoft discussion is the only post I found which had claimed to fix this - said it was registry related, but then didn't post the fix.

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  • SQL Full-Text indexing not populating

    - by Sam
    We installed a clustered SQL 2005 installation on windows 2008 and reattached our san drives from another machine and restored to do a migration to new hardware. There have been a few minor issues, but this one has me stuck. Trying to populate Full-Text indexes is not working. I create a basic table with some simple text in a new database and get the same results as old indexes. 2010-09-27 10:30:46.85 spid19s Informational: Full-text Full population initialized for table or indexed view '[SQL_DBA].[dbo].[CIS_Report_Executions]' (table or indexed view ID '1767677345', database ID '5'). Population sub-tasks: 1. 2010-09-27 10:31:15.36 spid19s Error '0x80070003' occurred during full-text index population for table or indexed view '[SQL_DBA].[dbo].[CIS_Report_Executions]' (table or indexed view ID '1767677345', database ID '5'), full-text key value 0x000001DF. Attempt will be made to reindex it. 2010-09-27 10:31:15.37 spid19s The component 'MSFTE.DLL' reported error while indexing. Component path 'D:\Program Files\Microsoft SQL Server\MSSQL.1\MSSQL\Binn\MSFTE.DLL'. 2010-09-27 10:31:15.37 spid19s Error '0x80070003' occurred during full-text index population for table or indexed view '[SQL_DBA].[dbo].[CIS_Report_Executions]' (table or indexed view ID '1767677345', database ID '5'), full-text key value 0x000001E0. Attempt will be made to reindex it. The rebuild/repopulate procedure finishes, but I get zero rows in the index. The .dll in the message is present and the service accounts have access to this. My FTData also has data in it, so it seems there wouldn't be permission issue on this folder. Application throws this error: “PHP Warning: mssql_query() [function.mssql-query]: message: Full-text catalog 'ikm_PageIndex_FText' is in an unusable state. Drop and re-create this full-text catalog. (severity 16) in E:\Inetpub\knowledgebase_insidemesa\lib\database\mssql.php on line 154” A microsoft discussion is the only post I found which had claimed to fix this - said it was registry related, but then didn't post the fix.

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  • How to create a text file from column and FTP that text file to server

    - by addi
    I have workbook with 2 sheets (Sheet1 and sheet2). On sheet1 user will enter the data which will be populated in the column B and then column C will hold the values from Col A and B on sheet2. I need to create a text file from the values in coloumn C on a click of a button and then upload(FTP) that file to a server. So the sheet1 will have 2 buttons. Button1 will save the excel file and create the text file in windows temp directory. e.g text.xls text.prop (text file whoch has all the values in column C on sheet2) Button2 will upload (FTP) the text file (.prop) to a server. Can anyone please send me the steps and VB code to achieve the above tasks? Thanks in Advance Addi

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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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  • Edit-text-files-over-SSH using a local text editor

    - by Mikko Ohtamaa
    I am working in various Linux and UNIX environments. I'd like to elegantly solve the problem of editing remote configuration files over SSH. Instead of using terminal editors (nano), I'd like to open the file in a local text editor on my desktop (Sublime Text 2). CyberDuck, WinSCP and various other SFTP apps can do this. Using editors over X11 forwarding has also proven to be problematic. Also using archaic text editors like Vim or Emacs do not serve my needs well. They could do this, but I prefer using other text editing software. Using ssh mounts (FUSE) are also problematic unless they can happen on the demand and triggered by the remote site. So what I hope to achieve Have a somekind of easily deployable shell script etc. which I can copy to remote server (let's call it mooedit) I run mooedit command on the remote server of which I have connected over SSH connection mooedit sends some kind of signal (over SSH( to my local desktop On my local desktop this signal is captured and it determines 'a ha! moo wants to edit a file on server X in folder Y' File is SFTP transfered to the local desktop (/tmp) File is opened in a nice GUI text editor on the local desktop When Save is pressed, the local desktop notices changes in the file and SFTP sends the resulting file back to the server The question is: What signaling mechanisms SSH provides for this? Any other methods to trigger a local text editor for remote SSH file?

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  • PHP text formating: Detecting several symbols in a row

    - by ilnur777
    I have a kind of strange thing that I really nead for my text formating. Don't ask me please why I did this strange thing! ;-) So, my PHP script replaces all line foldings "\n" with one of the speacial symbol like "|". When I insert text data to database, the PHP script replaces all line foldings with the symbol "|" and when the script reads text data from the database, it replaces all special symbols "|" with line folding "\n". I want to restrict text format in the way that it will cut line foldings if there are more than 2 line foldings used in each separating texts. Here is the example of the text I want the script to format: this is text... this is text... this is text...this is text...this is text... this is text... this is text... this is text... this is text... this is text... this is text... this is text... this is text... this is text... this is text... this is text... this is text... this is text... this is text... this is text... I want to restict format like: this is text... this is text... this is text...this is text...this is text... this is text... this is text... this is text... this is text... this is text... this is text... this is text... this is text... this is text... this is text... this is text... this is text... this is text... this is text... this is text... So, at the first example there is only one line folding between 2 texts and on the second example there are 3 line foldings between 2 texts. How it can be possible to replace more than 2 line foldings symbols "|" if they are detected on the text? This is a kind of example I want the script to do: $text = str_replace("|||", "||", $text); $text = str_replace("||||", "||", $text); $text = str_replace("|||||", "||", $text); $text = str_replace("||||||", "||", $text); $text = str_replace("|||||||", "||", $text); ... $text = str_replace("||||||||||", "||", $text); $text = str_replace("|", "<br>", $text); HM, I HAVE PROBLEMS! THIS DOES NOT WORK WHEN TEXT DATA IS SENT IN POST METHOD. LOOK AT THIS: //REPLACING ALL LINE FOLDINGS WITH SPECIAL SYMBOL $_POST["text"] = str_replace("\n","|",$_POST["text"]); // REMOVING ALL LINE FOLDINGS $_POST["text"] = trim($_POST["text"]); // IF THERE ARE MORE THAN 3 LINE HOLDINGS - FORMAT TO 1 LINE HOLDING $_POST["text"] = preg_replace("/\|{3,}/", "||", $_POST["text"]); echo $_POST["text"];

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  • Text Expansion Awareness for UX Designers: Points to Consider

    - by ultan o'broin
    Awareness of translated text expansion dynamics is important for enterprise applications UX designers (I am assuming all source text for translation is in English, though apps development can takes place in other natural languages too). This consideration goes beyond the standard 'character multiplication' rule and must take into account the avoidance of other layout tricks that a designer might be tempted to try. Follow these guidelines. For general text expansion, remember the simple rule that the shorter the word is in the English, the longer it will need to be in English. See the examples provided by Richard Ishida of the W3C and you'll get the idea. So, forget the 30 percent or one inch minimum expansion rule of the old Forms days. Unfortunately remembering convoluted text expansion rules, based as a percentage of the US English character count can be tough going. Try these: Up to 10 characters: 100 to 200% 11 to 20 characters: 80 to 100% 21 to 30 characters: 60 to 80% 31 to 50 characters: 40 to 60% 51 to 70 characters: 31 to 40% Over 70 characters: 30% (Source: IBM) So it might be easier to remember a rule that if your English text is less than 20 characters then allow it to double in length (200 percent), and then after that assume an increase by half the length of the text (50%). (Bear in mind that ADF can apply truncation rules on some components in English too). (If your text is stored in a database, developers must make sure the table column widths can accommodate the expansion of your text when translated based on byte size for the translated character and not numbers of characters. Use Unicode. One character does not equal one byte in the multilingual enterprise apps world.) Rely on a graceful transformation of translated text. Let all pages to resize dynamically so the text wraps and flow naturally. ADF pages supports this already. Think websites. Don't hard-code alignments. Use Start and End properties on components and not Left or Right. Don't force alignments of components on the page by using texts of a certain length as spacers. Use proper label positioning and anchoring in ADF components or other technologies. Remember that an increase in text length means an increase in vertical space too when pages are resized. So don't hard-code vertical heights for any text areas. Don't be tempted to manually create text or printed reports this way either. They cannot be translated successfully, and are very difficult to maintain in English. Use XML, HTML, RTF and so on. Check out what Oracle BI Publisher offers. Don't force wrapping by using tricks such as /n or /t characters or HTML BR tags or forced page breaks. Once the text is translated the alignment will be destroyed. The position of the breaking character or tag would need to be moved anyway, or even removed. When creating tables, then use table components. Don't use manually created tables that reply on word length to maintain column and row alignment. For example, don't use codeblock elements in HTML; use the proper table elements instead. Once translated, the alignment of manually formatted tabular data is destroyed. Finally, if there is a space restriction, then don't use made-up acronyms, abbreviations or some form of daft text speak to save space. Besides being incomprehensible in English, they may need full translations of the shortened words, even if they can be figured out. Use approved or industry standard acronyms according to the UX style rules, not as a space-saving device. Restricted Real Estate on Mobile Devices On mobile devices real estate is limited. Using shortened text is fine once it is comprehensible. Users in the mobile space prefer brevity too, as they are on the go, performing three-minute tasks, with no time to read lengthy texts. Using fragments and lightning up on unnecessary articles and getting straight to the point with imperative forms of verbs makes sense both on real estate and user experience grounds.

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  • Hidden text and links appearing just on click for SEO?

    - by CamSpy
    I am working on a site that has neat clean/minimalistic design/layout. Menu items are "hidden" behind an icon, to see them, users need to click on that icon to get a javascript toggled overlay with the list of menu items. Then there are blocks with photos and users need to click on a small icon/button on each of them to get a block of text shown for each of the photo. While I don't like such "design" myself, making me click lots of time just to read, I also think that for SEO purpose this model is really wrong. Is such model bad for SEO? Are there ways to keep design like this but have "safe" methods of displaying text content on click that will not hurt SEO?

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  • One dimensional cutting algorithm with minimum waste

    - by jm666
    Can anybody point me to some resources about "cutting algorithm"? The problem: have rods with length of L meters, e.g. 6 m need cut smaller pieces of different lengths, e.g. need: 4 x 1.2m 8 x 0,9m etc... (many other lengths and counts) How to determine the optimal cutting, what will produce the minimum wasted material? I'm capable write an perl program, but haven't any idea about the algorithm. (if here is already some CPAN module what can help, would be nice). Alternatively, if someone can point me to some "spreadsheet" solution, or to anything what helps. Ps: in addition, need care about the "cutting line width" too, whats means than from the 6m long rod is impossible to cut 6 x 1m, because the cutting itself takes "3mm" width, so it is possible cut only 5 x 1m and the last piece will be only 98.5 cm (1m minus 5 x 3mm cut-width) ;(.

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  • Java Swt Text (SWT.MULTI) append text without scroll

    - by mchr
    I have a Java SWT GUI with a multiline Text control. I want to append lines of text to the Text control without affecting the position of the cursor within the text box. In particular, the user should be able to scroll and select text at the top of the Text control while new text lines are appended to the bottom. Is this possible?

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