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  1. Re: How to get temperature/battery data in C/Shell

    Hi,

    I've written a small C++ app that gets the battery state and displays it in a window. You may find the code interesting and it should be fairly easy to understand. You can get it from:
    ...
  2. Thread: Eclipse colors

    by doobrie
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    Re: Eclipse colors

    If you click on Window | Preferences, and then in the resulting dialog, you can change the colors in the General | Appearance | Colors and Fonts section.
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    Re: My first GUI in C

    Your choices are probably Qt or GTK. You can write C gui's in both of these.
  4. Thread: C# in Ubuntu

    by doobrie
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    Re: C# in Ubuntu

    I don't see why C# shouldn't have a place on Linux. If you're familiar with C# programming, then why should you be restricted to programming on Windows?

    I agree there aren't many books teaching...
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    Re: Unit testing in Java

    Mockito is great when used in conjunction with JUnit.

    If you're using Eclipse or NetBeans, then you can use the wizards to create stub unit tests for you to help you get started.

    Another useful...
  6. Re: java expected and illegal start of type

    What's the error message? What symbol can't it find?
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    Re: Want to learn C

    Have a look at this tutorial - it should help.

    http://www.cprogramming.com/tutorial/c-tutorial.html

    Are there any aspects in particular that you need help with?
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    [ubuntu] Re: eclipse java heap error

    Can you show your eclipse.ini file. Don't forget the options in this file are case sensitive.
  9. Thread: SQL and Ubuntu

    by doobrie
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    Re: SQL and Ubuntu

    MySQL works well and the tools are good.

    Do you have any more specifics, e.g. cost, size of database etc.?
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    Re: Software development using C/C++

    Good luck :) . Come back if you've got any questions.
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    Re: Software development using C/C++

    You can use Qt or GTK (or a few others TBH) - my preference is GTK, but everyone has their own favourites!

    You can check out the docs for Glade at:

    http://glade.gnome.org/
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    [SOLVED] Re: Eclipse and java problem

    You've got a compilation problem, so I don't think a fresh install of Java will make any difference.
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    [SOLVED] Re: Eclipse and java problem

    If you are running the code from Eclipse, there is an option in the run configurations dialog to specify the current working directory when running the app. You must have the mcdata.txt file in this...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Eclipse and java problem

    You have declared inFile in a different scope to where you are trying to use it. Try declaring inFile outside the try block. e.g.


    File inFile = null;
    try {
    inFile = new...
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    Re: Software development using C/C++

    You can also use Glade to design your user interfaces and then hook them up to your C++ code. Glade produces an XML file that you can ship with your app that defines what the UI looks like. If you...
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    Re: Software development using C/C++

    I'd recommend looking at GTK. The interface for C++ is GTKMM. You can find lots of info on the site:

    http://www.gtkmm.org/en/
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    Re: No debug/run options in Visual C++

    You need to either send him the entire project, or tell him what type of project to make. In Visual C++ you cannot run a single file, you can only run a project.
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    Re: Eclipse php development

    If the plugin installed correctly, it should work ok.

    To do PHP development, you would really need to have all the tools installed locally.
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    Re: Eclipse php development

    You would still need to install PHP locally so that you can develop and test before uploading to the "live" server.
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    Re: Eclipse php development

    If you've got the plugin installed into Eclipse you should be ok to go. The version you get from the Ubuntu Software Center is Indigo, but with a different set of plugins installed to the version...
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    Re: Java cannot find class

    Yep, I think that's correct.
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    Re: Java cannot find class

    You can check if this is the issue by opening a terminal and comparing the output of


    java -version

    and


    javac -version
  23. Thread: c++

    by doobrie
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    Re: c++

    I think most MFC developers have moved over to C# as MS certainly push that a lot more than MFC nowadays. Certainly if I was starting some Windows development I think I'd choose C# over MFC.
  24. Re: Best Coding Language for programming Linux apps

    The properties feature of C# is nice, but its not something that's overly important to me. I believe it's been talked about for future version of Java, so, someday it'll be there also.
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    Re: Java cannot find class

    Looks like you've compiled it with one version of Java and are running it with another. Check that your JRE and JDK are both the same version.
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