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  • How to calculate the average rgb color values of a bitmap

    - by Matthias
    In my C# (3.5) application I need to get the average color values for the red, green and blue channels of a bitmap. Preferably without using an external library. Can this be done? If so, how? Thanks in advance. Trying to make things a little more precise: Each pixel in the bitmap has a certain RGB color value. I'd like to get the average RGB values for all pixels in the image.

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  • Routing classic asp and through an MVC application

    - by Matthias
    We are starting to convert a large classic asp application into MVC (using C#). An additional requirement is, that all classic routes get "translated" to MVC ones ('mydomain.com/productdetail.asp?id=13' should become 'mydomain.com/products/13') even before we start writing the first controller or view. So basically, we want to use the routing from MVC but have the classic asp handle the response. An these are my questions: How to use the new nice urls but have the classic asp handle the construction of the html result? Within the classic asp page, the new MVC url pattern should be used for links. What is the best way of translating the old urls to the new ones and make the accessible within the classic asp site (using COM I guess). When an old/classic url is requested, how would I correctly handle that request so that browsers/searchengines would understand that the page has moved to the new url? Thanks in advance!

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  • How to suppress email validation when using SmtpClient and MailMessage

    - by Matthias
    When sending out emails using the SmtpClient and a MailMessage (.net 3.5) the "To" email address(es) get validated prior to sending. I've got a big stack of email addresses which have a dot (.) before the at-sign, causing a FormatException when you attempt to send the message using the SmtpClient. This is actually a good thing, because by specification a dot before the at-sign is invalid. Unfortunately, those emails exist in the real world and they get delivered, if you send them out using your preferred email client. My question is, can email validation through the SmtpClient/MailMessage be suppressed?

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  • Changing GORM table name

    - by Matthias Hryniszak
    Hi I'm fighting to get the following mapping working in Grails 1.3.1 and MySQL: class Login { int id String email static mappings = { table 'my_table' id column: "Mgr_id" version: false } } No matter what I do the queries that are being issued refer to "schema.login" table instead of "schema.my_table". This is very frustrating... Can anyone answer why this might not be working?

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  • Highstock Chrome/Firefox/Opera

    - by Matthias
    Is there any particular reason that this HighStock chart: var chart; $(function() { chart = new Highcharts.StockChart({ chart: { renderTo: 'container' }, title: { text: 'Total balance over time' }, xAxis: { type: 'datetime', maxZoom: 7 * 24 * 3600000, // one week title: { text: null } }, yAxis: { title: { text: 'Balance' }, startOnTick: false, showFirstLabel: false }, tooltip: { shared: true }, series: [{ type: 'area', name: 'Account balance', pointInterval: 14 * 3600 * 1000, pointStart: Date.UTC(2012, 3, 11), data: [ 0.7809, 0.7827, 0.7848, 0.785, 0.7873, 0.7894, 0.7907, 0.7909, 0.7947, 0.7987, 0.799, 0.7927, 0.79, 0.7878, 0.7878, 0.7907, 0.7922, 0.7937, 0.786, 0.787, 0.7838, 0.7838, 0.7837, 0.7836, 0.7806, 0.7825, 0.7798, 0.777, 0.777, 0.7772, 0.7793, 0.7788, 0.7785, 0.7832, 0.7865, 0.7865, 0.7853, 0.7847, 0.7809, 0.778, 0.7799, 0.78, 0.7801, 0.7765, 0.7785, 0.7811, 0.782, 0.7835, 0.7845, 0.7844, 0.782, 0.7811, 0.7795, 0.7794, 0.7806, 0.7794, 0.7794, 0.7778, 0.7793, 0.7808, 0.7824, 0.787, 0.7894, 0.7893, 0.7882, 0.7871, 0.7882, 0.7871, 0.7878, 0.79, 0.7901, 0.7898, 0.7879, 0.7886, 0.7858, 0.7814, 0.7825, 0.7826, 0.7826, 0.786, 0.7878, 0.7868, 0.7883, 0.7893, 0.7892, 0.7876, 0.785, 0.787, 0.7873, 0.7901, 0.7936, 0.7939, 0.7938, 0.7956, 0.7975, 0.7978, 0.7972, 0.7995, 0.7995 ] }] }); }); is rendered without any problems in Opera, but not working in Chrome or Firefox? I'm also using some HighChart pie charts. Those are rendered without any issues on all browsers. All of the demos on the HighStock Demo Gallery are working without problems.

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  • jquerry in rails

    - by Matthias Günther
    I'm iteration over records and want to create the toggle-options for records but I can't replace the div-id with the records: <% for bill in @bills % <% tmp = "test"% <%= link_to '&raquo now','#', :onclick = '$("#{tmp}").toggle();' % Instead of getting: &raquo now I'm getting: &raquo now So he isn't evaluation the ruby variable in the string. How can I do this? Thanks for your help and I'm new in jquerry.

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  • Tasklist replacement for Visual Studio

    - by Matthias
    I would like to use the task-list in Visual Studio but it really lacks almost any useful feature a task-list should provide. So I use Todo-List externally, to keep track of the things I need to get done. Would be nice to have it all in one place. So does anyone know of a cool replacement Add-On for the tasklist in Visual Studio? Thanks in advance!

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  • Is it possible to maintain the url while redirecting to a classic asp page from a controller?

    - by Matthias
    While migrating a site from a classic asp to MVC, I'm having the problem that not all controllers are implemented yet. For those which are not implemented, I'd like to serve the classic asp page (say /product.asp?id=123) while maintaining the nice url /product/123. To accomplish this I implemented a dummy ProductController which returns a RedirectResult to the classic asp url. But that changes the url in the browsers navigation bar. Requirement has it, that the urls should always be a clean (mvc) one, eventhough the page has not yet been fully migrated. If this can't be done using a dummy controller, what would be an alternative option to solve this problem? Thanks in advance!

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  • Which technology should I use to transform my latex documents into html documents

    - by Matthias Günther
    Hey, I want to write a little program that transforms my TeX files into HTML. I want to parse the documents and turn the macros (the build-in and of course my own) into HTML pieces. Here are my requirements: predefined rules (e.g. begin{itemize} \item text \end{itemize} = <br> <p>text </p> <br/>) defining own CSS style ability to convert formulars (extract the formulars, load them in an imagecreator and then save the jpg/png) easy to maintain and concise I know there are several technologies out there, but I don't exactly know which is the best for me. Here are the technologies which flow into my mind Ruby (I/O is easy, formular loading via webrat), XML XSLT (I don't think that I need just overhead) perl (there are many libs out there but I'm not quite familiar with it) bash (I worked with sed and was surprised how easy it was to work with regular expressions) latex2html ... (these converters won't work for me and they don't give me freedom in parsing) Any suggestions, hints and comments are welcome. Thanks for your time, folks.

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  • Single windows service to provide access to cached data?

    - by Matthias
    I need a solution where I have a single windows service providing access to cached data to various consumers: To an MVC web application, a .Net Assembly (COM interop) used within an classic ASP page, other windows services, a windows forms application. So the data must be accessible from various processes. The data being cached is read-only. For now, all processes are located on the same machine. The environment is .net framework 3.5 and c#. My question is, how can multiple appdomains/processes retrieve cached data from a single windows service?

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  • Controling page number shown in printing dialog

    - by Matthias Wandel
    I'm trying to implement printing a range of pages in c# While printing, the .net framework throws up a message box that says "Page # of document". This starts at 1, and counts up to the number of pages printed. If I'm printing pages 10-11, I want that count to start at 10, not 1. Is there a way to set the starting value? The logical thing would be if it started at PrinterSettings.FromPage, but it ignores that value.

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  • How to enable absolute paths in LaTeX

    - by Matthias Günther
    Hey, I have one document under ~/my_files/test.tex and want to include in test.tex some styling informations, which can be found under ~/latex/styles/info_hypersetup.tex. When I include the following statement into my test.tex: %% setting the infos for the pdf \include{home/helex/latex/styles/info_hypersetup.tex} I get the following error when running pdflatex test.test: ! I can't write on file `~/latex/styles/info_hypersetup.tex.aux'. I set the rights to 777 but this doesn't changed anything. It works, if I put info_hypersetup.tex in the directory-structure where test.tex is. But I want to use this styleinformation as a global setting for all my documents and don't want to copy it into every project. Thanks for your help.

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  • read out a txt and send the last line to email adress - vbscript

    - by matthias
    Hallo, I'm back haha :-) so i have the next question and i hope someone can help me... I know i have a lot of questions but i will try to learn vbscript :-) Situation: I try to make a program that check all 5 min a txt and if there a new line in the txt, i'll try to send it to my eMail Address Option Explicit Dim fso, WshShell, Text, Last, objEmail Const folder = "C:\test.txt" Set fso=CreateObject("Scripting.FileSystemObject") Set WshShell = WScript.CreateObject("WScript.Shell") Do Text = Split(fso.OpenTextFile(Datei, 1).ReadAll, vbCrLF) Letzte = Text(UBound(Text)) Set objEmail = CreateObject("CDO.Message") objEmail.From = "[email protected]" objEmail.To = "[email protected]" objEmail.Subject = "Control" objEmail.Textbody = Last objEmail.Configuration.Fields.Item _ ("http://schemas.microsoft.com/cdo/configuration/sendusing") = 2 objEmail.Configuration.Fields.Item _ ("http://schemas.microsoft.com/cdo/configuration/smtpserver") = _ "smtpip" objEmail.Configuration.Fields.Item _ ("http://schemas.microsoft.com/cdo/configuration/smtpserverport") = 25 objEmail.Configuration.Fields.Update objEmail.Send WScript.Sleep 300000 Loop This program works, but this program send me all 5 mins a mail...but i will only have a new mail when there is a new line in the txt. Can someone help me?

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  • Ping script with email in vbs

    - by matthias
    Hello, i know i ask the question about the ping script but now i have a new question about it :-) I hope someone can help me again. strText = "here comes the mail message" strFile = "test.log" PingForever strHost, strFile Sub PingForever(strHost, outputfile) Dim Output, Shell, strCommand, ReturnCode Set Output = CreateObject("Scripting.FileSystemObject").OpenTextFile(outputfile, 8, True) Set Shell = CreateObject("wscript.shell") strCommand = "ping -n 1 -w 300 " & strHost While(True) ReturnCode = Shell.Run(strCommand, 0, True) If ReturnCode = 0 Then Output.WriteLine Date() & " - " & Time & " | " & strHost & " - ONLINE" Else Output.WriteLine Date() & " - " & Time & " | " & strHost & " - OFFLINE" Set objEmail = CreateObject("CDO.Message") objEmail.From = "[email protected]" objEmail.To = "[email protected]" objEmail.Subject = "Computer" & strHost & " is offline" objEmail.Textbody = strText objEmail.Configuration.Fields.Item _ ("http://schemas.microsoft.com/cdo/configuration/sendusing") = 2 objEmail.Configuration.Fields.Item _ ("http://schemas.microsoft.com/cdo/configuration/smtpserver") = _ "smtpadress" objEmail.Configuration.Fields.Item _ ("http://schemas.microsoft.com/cdo/configuration/smtpserverport") = 25 objEmail.Configuration.Fields.Update objEmail.Send End If Wscript.Sleep 2000 Wend End Sub My problem is now, the mail comes all 2 seconds, when the computer are offline. Can someone show me how to make it with flags? So only one mail comes when its offline? Thanks for your help.

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  • Grails 1.3.3: controller.redirectArgs.action not populated

    - by Matthias Hryniszak
    Does anyone knows what happened to controller.redirectArgs.action in the latest version of Grails (1.3.3)? It used to work properly but now I get NPE when I use it. class FooController { def someRedirect = { redirect(action:"bar") } } class FooControllerTests extends grails.test.ControllerUnitTestCase { void testSomeRedirect() { controller.someRedirect() assertEquals "bar", controller.redirectArgs.action } } In this case controller.redirectArgs is already null...

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  • How to get the "#" symbol in the :id into the redirect_to method in Rails

    - by Matthias Günther
    Hello, this is a silly questions but I don't understand, why rails isn't evaluating my string as expected. Here is my problem: I want to redirect to an url in the form ~/:controller/index/#_76 redirect_to :action => "index", :id => '#_76' But I'm getting the url in the form: ~/:controller/index/%25_76 and so my anchor for linking to a certain place in the website isn't working. Can someone please explain me, why rails makes this rendering? I think this hase something to do with url encoding. Again thanks for your help, I'm learning every day a little bit more about rails :).

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  • How to get an ordered list parsed by XML parser?

    - by Matthias Doringer
    I am using a xsd schema file; there I specified an ordered list. When parsing an XML node of the kind... <myOrderedList> "element_1" "element_2" "element_3" </myOrderedList> (which is valid XML syntax) ...all XML parsers I know parse this as a single node element. Is there a way to get the XML parser parse this list for me (return it as a list or an array or whatever) or do I always have to parse it myself?

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  • Controling page number shwon in printing dialog

    - by Matthias Wandel
    I'm trying to implement printing a range of pages in c# While printing, the .net framework throws up a message box that says "Page # of document". This starts at 1, and counts up to the number of pages printed. If I'm printing pages 10-11, I want that count to start at 10, not 1. Is there a way to set the starting value? The logical thing would be if it started at PrinterSettings.FromPage, but it ignores that value.

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  • How do I handle the Maybe result of at in Control.Lens.Indexed without a Monoid instance

    - by Matthias Hörmann
    I recently discovered the lens package on Hackage and have been trying to make use of it now in a small test project that might turn into a MUD/MUSH server one very distant day if I keep working on it. Here is a minimized version of my code illustrating the problem I am facing right now with the at lenses used to access Key/Value containers (Data.Map.Strict in my case) {-# LANGUAGE OverloadedStrings, GeneralizedNewtypeDeriving, TemplateHaskell #-} module World where import Control.Applicative ((<$>),(<*>), pure) import Control.Lens import Data.Map.Strict (Map) import qualified Data.Map.Strict as DM import Data.Maybe import Data.UUID import Data.Text (Text) import qualified Data.Text as T import System.Random (Random, randomIO) newtype RoomId = RoomId UUID deriving (Eq, Ord, Show, Read, Random) newtype PlayerId = PlayerId UUID deriving (Eq, Ord, Show, Read, Random) data Room = Room { _roomId :: RoomId , _roomName :: Text , _roomDescription :: Text , _roomPlayers :: [PlayerId] } deriving (Eq, Ord, Show, Read) makeLenses ''Room data Player = Player { _playerId :: PlayerId , _playerDisplayName :: Text , _playerLocation :: RoomId } deriving (Eq, Ord, Show, Read) makeLenses ''Player data World = World { _worldRooms :: Map RoomId Room , _worldPlayers :: Map PlayerId Player } deriving (Eq, Ord, Show, Read) makeLenses ''World mkWorld :: IO World mkWorld = do r1 <- Room <$> randomIO <*> (pure "The Singularity") <*> (pure "You are standing in the only place in the whole world") <*> (pure []) p1 <- Player <$> randomIO <*> (pure "testplayer1") <*> (pure $ r1^.roomId) let rooms = at (r1^.roomId) ?~ (set roomPlayers [p1^.playerId] r1) $ DM.empty players = at (p1^.playerId) ?~ p1 $ DM.empty in do return $ World rooms players viewPlayerLocation :: World -> PlayerId -> RoomId viewPlayerLocation world playerId= view (worldPlayers.at playerId.traverse.playerLocation) world Since rooms, players and similar objects are referenced all over the code I store them in my World state type as maps of Ids (newtyped UUIDs) to their data objects. To retrieve those with lenses I need to handle the Maybe returned by the at lens (in case the key is not in the map this is Nothing) somehow. In my last line I tried to do this via traverse which does typecheck as long as the final result is an instance of Monoid but this is not generally the case. Right here it is not because playerLocation returns a RoomId which has no Monoid instance. No instance for (Data.Monoid.Monoid RoomId) arising from a use of `traverse' Possible fix: add an instance declaration for (Data.Monoid.Monoid RoomId) In the first argument of `(.)', namely `traverse' In the second argument of `(.)', namely `traverse . playerLocation' In the second argument of `(.)', namely `at playerId . traverse . playerLocation' Since the Monoid is required by traverse only because traverse generalizes to containers of sizes greater than one I was now wondering if there is a better way to handle this that does not require semantically nonsensical Monoid instances on all types possibly contained in one my objects I want to store in the map. Or maybe I misunderstood the issue here completely and I need to use a completely different bit of the rather large lens package?

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