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  • Scala 2.8: _ behaviour changed?

    - by Alexey Romanov
    Using XScalaWT, this compiled under Scala 2.7: class NodeView(parent: Composite) extends Composite(parent) { var nodeName: Label = null this.contains( label( nodeName = _ ) ) } With 2.8.0 RC1, I get this error: type mismatch; found : main.scala.NodeView required: org.eclipse.swt.widgets.Label The types are: label(setups: (Label => Unit)*)(parent: Composite) : Label contains(setups: (W => Unit)*) : W So it looks like _ now binds to the outer function instead of inner. Is this change intentional?

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  • DependencyProperty ignores OnPropertyChanged();

    - by Kovpaev Alexey
    I have PointsListView and PointContainer: INotifyPropertyChanged, ICollection<Point>. public class PointContainer: INotifyPropertyChanged, ICollection<Point> { public event PropertyChangedEventHandler PropertyChanged; protected void OnPropertyChanged(PropertyChangedEventArgs e) { if (PropertyChanged != null) PropertyChanged(this, e); } public IEnumerable<Point> Points { get { return points.Values; } } public void Clear() { points.Clear(); OnPropertyChanged(new PropertyChangedEventArgs("Points")); } ... } For the reliability I made a binding from code: private void BindPointContainerToListView() { Binding binding = new Binding(); binding.Source = PointContainer; binding.Path = new PropertyPath("Points"); PointsListView.SetBinding(ListView.ItemsSourceProperty, binding); } Why when change PointContainer is not automatically updated PointsListView.ItemsSource. PointsListView.Items.Refresh (); solves the problem, but why does not work automatically? What am I doing wrong?

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  • ZeroC Ice "checked casts" in Scala

    - by Alexey Romanov
    ZeroC Ice for Java translates every Slice interface Simple into (among other things) a proxy interface SimplePrx and a proxy SimplePrxHelper. If I have an ObjectPrx (the base interface for all proxies), I can check whether it actually has interface Simple by using a static method on SimplePrxHelper: val obj : Ice.ObjectPrx = ...; // Get a proxy from somewhere... val simple : SimplePrx = SimplePrxHelper.checkedCast(obj); if (simple != null) // Object supports the Simple interface... else // Object is not of type Simple... I wanted to write a method castTo so that I could replace the second line with val simple = castTo[SimplePrx](obj) or val simple = castTo[SimplePrxHelper](obj) So far as I can see, Scala's type system is not expressive enough to allow me to define castTo. Is this correct?

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  • .NET 4: Process.Start using credentials returns empty output

    - by alexey
    I run an external program from ASP.NET: var process = new Process(); var startInfo = process.StartInfo; startInfo.FileName = filePath; startInfo.Arguments = arguments; startInfo.UseShellExecute = false; startInfo.RedirectStandardOutput = true; startInfo.RedirectStandardError = true; process.Start(); process.WaitForExit(); Console.Write("Output: {0}", process.StandardOutput.ReadToEnd()); Console.Write("Error Output: {0}", process.StandardError.ReadToEnd()); Everything works fine with this code: the external program is executed and process.StandardOutput.ReadToEnd() returns the correct output. But after I add these two lines before process.Start() (to run the program in the context of another user account): startInfo.UserName = userName; startInfo.Password = securePassword; The program is not executed and process.StandardOutput.ReadToEnd() returns an empty string. No exceptions are thrown. userName and securePassword are correct (in case of incorrect credentials an exception is thrown). How to run the program in the context of another user account?

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  • Self-type mismatch in Scala

    - by Alexey Romanov
    Given this: abstract class ViewPresenterPair { type V <: View type P <: Presenter trait View {self: V => val presenter: P } trait Presenter {self: P => var view: V } } I am trying to define an implementation in this way: case class SensorViewPresenter[T] extends ViewPresenterPair { type V = SensorView[T] type P = SensorPresenter[T] trait SensorView[T] extends View { } class SensorViewImpl[T](val presenter: P) extends SensorView[T] { presenter.view = this } class SensorPresenter[T] extends Presenter { var view: V } } Which gives me the following errors: error: illegal inheritance; self-type SensorViewPresenter.this.SensorView[T] does not conform to SensorViewPresenter.this.View's selftype SensorViewPresenter.this.V trait SensorView[T] extends View { ^ <console>:13: error: type mismatch; found : SensorViewPresenter.this.SensorViewImpl[T] required: SensorViewPresenter.this.V presenter.view = this ^ <console>:16: error: illegal inheritance; self-type SensorViewPresenter.this.SensorPresenter[T] does not conform to SensorViewPresenter.this.Presenter's selftype SensorViewPresenter.this.P class SensorPresenter[T] extends Presenter { ^ I don't understand why. After all, V is just an alias for SensorView[T], and the paths are the same, so how can it not conform?

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  • JFace Providers and MVC/MVP/etc.

    - by Alexey Romanov
    Where do the JFace providers belong in an MVP or MVC architecture? Or should Provider pattern be treated as a different way of View-Model separation? If so, is it the same as the ASP.NET Provider pattern? Is there an article on a proper design of JFace applications using Providers?

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  • Find the closest vector

    - by Alexey Lebedev
    Hello! Recently I wrote the algorithm to quantize an RGB image. Every pixel is represented by an (R,G,B) vector, and quantization codebook is a couple of 3-dimensional vectors. Every pixel of the image needs to be mapped to (say, "replaced by") the codebook pixel closest in terms of euclidean distance (more exactly, squared euclidean). I did it as follows: class EuclideanMetric(DistanceMetric): def __call__(self, x, y): d = x - y return sqrt(sum(d * d, -1)) class Quantizer(object): def __init__(self, codebook, distanceMetric = EuclideanMetric()): self._codebook = codebook self._distMetric = distanceMetric def quantize(self, imageArray): quantizedRaster = zeros(imageArray.shape) X = quantizedRaster.shape[0] Y = quantizedRaster.shape[1] for i in xrange(0, X): print i for j in xrange(0, Y): dist = self._distMetric(imageArray[i,j], self._codebook) code = argmin(dist) quantizedRaster[i,j] = self._codebook[code] return quantizedRaster ...and it works awfully, almost 800 seconds on my Pentium Core Duo 2.2 GHz, 4 Gigs of memory and an image of 2600*2700 pixels:( Is there a way to somewhat optimize this? Maybe the other algorithm or some Python-specific optimizations.

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  • SEO: does google bot see text in hidden divs

    - by Alexey
    I have login/signup popups on my site which are in hidden div by default. According to http://stackoverflow.com/questions/1547426/google-seo-and-hidden-elements googlebot should NOT see it. But Google Webmaster tool says that keywords "email" and "password" are top keywords over the site. Why it is so? Why google bot sees them? Should I worry about relevancy of top keywords at all?

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  • mod_rewrite with location-based ACL in apache?

    - by Alexey
    Hi. There is a CGI-script that provides some API for our customers. Call syntax is: script.cgi?module=<str>&func=<str>[&other-options] The task is to make different authentiction rules for different modules. Optionally, it will be great to have nice URLs. My config: <VirtualHost *:80> DocumentRoot /var/www/example ServerName example.com # Global policy is to deny all <Location /> Order deny,allow Deny from all </Location> # doesn't work :( <Location /api/foo> Order deny,allow Deny from all Allow from 127.0.0.1 </Location> RewriteEngine On # The only allowed type of requests: RewriteRule /api/(.+?)/(.+) /cgi-bin/api.cgi?module=$1&func=$2 [PT] # All others are forbidden: RewriteRule /(.*) - [F] RewriteLog /var/log/apache2/rewrite.log RewriteLogLevel 5 ScriptAlias /cgi-bin /var/www/example <Directory /var/www/example> Options -Indexes AddHandler cgi-script .cgi </Directory> </VirtualHost> Well, I know that problem is order of processing that directives. <Location>s will be processed after mod_rewrite has done its work. But I believe there is a way to change it. :) Using of standard Order deny,allow + Allow from <something> directives is preferable because it's commonly used in other places like this. Thank you for your attention. :)

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  • Google Chrome and (cache or memory leaks).

    - by Alexey Ogarkov
    Hello All, I have a big problem with Google Chrome and its memory. My app is displaying to user several image charts and reloads them every 10s. In the interval i have code like that var image = new Image(); var src = 'myurl/image'+new Date().getTime(); image.onload = function() { document.getElementById('myimage').src = src; image.onload = image.onabort = image.onerror = null; } image.src = src; So i have no memory leaks in Firefox and IE. Here the response headers for images Server Apache-Coyote/1.1 Vary * Cache-Control no-store (// I try no-cache, must-revalidate and so on here) Content-Type image/png Content-Length 11131 Date Mon, 31 May 2010 14:00:28 GMT Vary * taken from here In about:cache page there is no my cached images. If i enable purge-memory-button for chrome (--purge-memory-button parameter) it`s not help. Images is in PNG24. So i think that the problem is not in cache. May be Google Chrome is not releasing memory for old images. Please help. Any suggestions. Thanks.

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  • How to show ipod controls?

    - by Alexey
    When user double-tap home button, the ipod controls shows on the screen. I want to allow user show ipod controls by tapping custom button in my application. Is any possibility to do it? Sorry for my english.

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  • Objects in JavaScript defined and undefined at the same time (in a FireFox extension)

    - by Alexey Romanov
    I am chasing down a bug in a FireFox extension. I've finally managed to see it for myself (I've only had reports before) and I can't understand how what I saw is possible. One error message from my extension in the Error Console is "gBrowser is not defined". This by itself would be surprising enough, since the overlay is over browser.xul and navigator.xul, and I expect gBrowser to be available from both. Even worse is the actual place where it happens: line 101 of nextplease.js. That is, inside the function isTopLevelDocument, which is only called from onContentLoaded, which is only called from onLoad here: gBrowser.addEventListener(this.loadType, function (event) { nextplease.loadListener.onContentLoaded(event); }, true); So gBrowser is defined in onLoad, but somehow undefined in isTopLevelDocument. When I tried to actually use the extension, I got another error: "nextplease is not defined". The interesting thing is that it happened on lines 853 and 857. That is, inside the functions nextplease.getNextLink = function () { nextplease.getLink(window.content, nextplease.NextPhrasesMap, nextplease.NextImagesMap, nextplease.isNextRegExp, nextplease.NEXT_SEARCH_TYPE); } nextplease.getPrevLink = function () { nextplease.getLink(window.content, nextplease.PrevPhrasesMap, nextplease.PrevImagesMap, nextplease.isPrevRegExp, nextplease.PREV_SEARCH_TYPE); } So nextplease is somehow defined enough to call these functions, but isn't defined inside them. Finally, executing typeof(nextplease) in Execute JS returns "object". Same for gBrowser. How can this happen? Any ideas?

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  • Scala Hoogle equivalent?

    - by Alexey Romanov
    Hoogle allows you to search many standard Haskell libraries by either function name, or by approximate type signature. I find it very useful. Is there anything like Hoogle for Scala? Search in ScalaDoc 2 only finds types and packages by name.

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  • How do I set up Scala plugin for NetBeans to copy the Scala runtime library?

    - by Alexey Romanov
    Versions: NetBeans 6.8, Scala Kit 0.16.1 When I compile my project, I get the following output: init: deps-jar: Compiling 2 source files to F:\MyProgramming\NorvigSpellChecker\build\classes compile: Created dir: F:\MyProgramming\NorvigSpellChecker\dist Building jar: F:\MyProgramming\NorvigSpellChecker\dist\NorvigSpellChecker.jar Not copying the libraries. To run this application from the command line without Ant, try: java -jar "F:\MyProgramming\NorvigSpellChecker\dist\NorvigSpellChecker.jar" jar: BUILD SUCCESSFUL (total time: 3 seconds) Of course, the libraries should be copied, so I can't actually run it by using this command line. I don't see any options to copy the library in the project configuration. The plugin uses Ant for building, but I don't have any experience with it; presumably it should be easy enough to tell Ant to copy the libraries. Here is build-impl.xml, what should I do in build.xml?

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  • formtastic weird month name display

    - by Alexey Poimtsev
    Hi, i'm using formtastic, all is ok, but strange thing - on = form.input :birthdate, :as => :date it renders to something like <li><label for="profile_birthdate_2i">Month</label><select id="profile_birthdate_2i" name="profile[birthdate(2i)]"> <option value="1">114</option> <option value="2">97</option> <option value="3">110</option> <option value="4">115</option> <option value="5">108</option> <option value="6">97</option> <option value="7">116</option> <option value="8">105</option> <option value="9">111</option> <option value="10">110</option> <option value="11">32</option> <option value="12">109</option> </select> but if i'm using in semantic_form something like = form.datetime_select :birthdate it renders correctly. I've found information, that it may be caused by locale file with no translations for month names, but its so strange - why rails helpers renders month names ok, but formtastic - not :( any ideas?

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  • Cross-platform GUI toolkits with WPF-style composition capabilities

    - by Alexey Romanov
    A huge advantage of WPF over, say, WinForms is its composability. To quote Programming WPF: One level up, WPF provides its “content model,” which allows any control to host any group of other controls. You don’t have to build special BitmapButton or IconComboBox classes; you put as many images, shapes, videos, 3D models, or whatever into a Button (or a ComboBox, ListBox, etc.) as suit your fancy. Are there any cross-platform GUI frameworks (preferably with Java bindings) out there which also let you do this?

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