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    Need help with GtkTreeView

    Hi everyone!

    I'm making a cinema program, which is showing movies names and the dates when they're playing.

    When I select a certain row in GtkTreeView everything works fine, I can get the...
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    Re: Huge memory leak

    I tried to reuse it, still no luck. I also tried to use the technique described in that link, this is the code and it still causes a massive memory usage jump:



    void load_file(GtkButton...
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    Re: Huge memory leak

    I'm glad I'm not the only one. Hope anyone can find a solution for this.
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    Re: Huge memory leak

    It's gtk_file_chooser_dialog_new() that causes such high memory usage. So the dialog takes up 2.2MB of memory? It shouldn't to that, right?

    I don't know much about linking but this is the command...
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    Huge memory leak

    Hi everyone!

    I was making a simple highlighting program in GTK when I encountered a huge memory leak in my code. If I open a FileChooserDialog the memory usage of a program gets from 1.6MB to...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Programming in C

    I'd say GTK too if you're using C, it's not hard to implement it in your code and there are many tutorials and good documentation.
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    [SOLVED] Re: CURL in D (Seg fault)

    I use dmd. But that's old problem and I used curl for D this time. Will mark it as solved, but thanks for help anyway!
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    Re: Please Help To Write Bubble Sort In C#

    If you have no idea what you're doing then this link is for you: http://bit.ly/A1AzoR

    But I recommend that you first learn how bubble sort works and then I think writing a bubble sort function...
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    Re: C programming problems

    Yes, strncat takes one more argument than strcat.

    http://www.cplusplus.com/reference/clibrary/cstring/strncat/
    http://www.cplusplus.com/reference/clibrary/cstring/strcat/
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    Re: Permission Denied

    As sisco311 already said, it's probably the file system. Your path starts in /media, where devices like USB flash drives are located and I guess that whatever the device is, it doesn't use a file...
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    Re: sed command to prepare an upgrade

    I think the problem is in "<profile>", I'm pretty sure you have to replace it with something. But I'd rather wait for someone to confirm this.

    Try also re-reading the site where you got this from...
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    Re: What are you eating now?

    Nothing, if that counts :D But I wish I would be eating something right now, I'm really hungry...
  13. Thread: Confession

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    Re: Confession

    Confession: I find the 'booting time' discussions funny, since my Ubuntu loads in 20 seconds and HDD is nearly full and I have a sh*tload of programs running on the startup.
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    Re: ALSA programming

    Can't tell anything about code being good or not because I have no idea what it does. But I can see you got some sound settings there, maybe try adjusting them?
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    Re: Programming for Kinect on Linux

    I don't think you can find much about doing this on Linux, but start your research from here: http://www.zdnet.com/blog/hardware/linux-open-source-drivers-for-xbox-kinect-released/10303
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    Re: ALSA programming

    Maybe your program plays raw input, but on computer it is a bit edited and that's why there's a difference? I'm just guessing, I don't know much about audio.
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    Re: Open a 10 Gb text file

    As suggested before, I recommend that you write a program that reads a file by chunks (you can specify the size if a chunk).

    I think pretty much any programming language can do that.
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    Re: The Nonsense Thread

    I pisss in peace on a piece of peas.
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    [SOLVED] Re: gcc can't find file

    That would mean newline. If you want to actually write \n, you'll have to write \\n.
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    Re: BEEP in C++ in Kubuntu 11.10

    There are more ways.

    http://lmgtfy.com/?q=beep+in+c%2B%2B+linux
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    Re: Beginners programming challenge #24

    This is my entry in D. I tried to make the code as easy to read as possible.

    It only finds phrases that are 3 words long, the rest is OK. It accepts the filename as a first argument.

    If you...
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    [SOLVED] Re: [Vala] Classes in vala

    It might be weird if you've never done this before. But it is completely normal.
  23. Thread: MSN Virus?

    by Petrolea
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    [other] Re: MSN Virus?

    As many people said before, it's not a virus. Other than deleting the person from contacts, there's nothing more you can do.
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    [SOLVED] Re: [Vala] Classes in vala

    You should declare the 'testint' outside the constructor and then change it's value with it.

    Right now you are trying to access a value in your class, but 'testint' is actually in constructor. You...
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    [SOLVED] Re: gcc can't find file

    You must run the command when you're in the same directory as the file. You probably used some IDE on Windows that took care of that.
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