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    Re: Mixing C++ and Python for Simulations

    Have you read this? I think creating a python extension module is the only real option here. I believe you will find answers to all of your doubts after you've created a simple extension module or...
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    Re: is this app idea possible?

    How will passwords be set? Will the password expire and change after a period of time? You say you can't recycle passwords so the password can't be reset to what it was originally, right?
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    Is it possible LAME isn't installed?
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    Re: Compiling GTK+ Applications

    Gtk+ 3 might be stable but there are no official binaries for Windows yet! It's a massive pain in the rear for those developing cross platform software. Is Gtk+3 even cross platform? I know I'll be...
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    Re: C++ programming tutorial problem

    I can't find a date on that tutorial but iostream.h is depreciated so I suspect it's old and out of date. I suggest you find a different tutorial.

    also, the code should look like this

    ...
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    Re: Choosing a graphics library.

    Check out SDL.

    http://www.libsdl.org/
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    Seeking developers

    Hi,

    I've been working on a project (titled 'Dough') for quite a while now. It's personal budgeting software, and in my opinion it's turning out pretty well. I've posted about it previously, so...
  8. Re: Specifc Questing Regarding Language Choice

    There is nothing difficult about C at all. It's 'low level', meaning it doesn't automatically handle memory, variables must be explicitly declared and all that stuff. But it's a heck of a lot simpler...
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    Re: Portin from Python to C++

    Yeah I dunno if I understand all the reasons for using pointers. One reason is because it's quicker and more efficient to create copies of a pointer than to create copies of an entire class.

    Rule...
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    Re: Portin from Python to C++

    I don't think it would be too difficult. I'd start by defining the classes and member functions first, and then define member variables as required. Remember you've got the option to make members...
  11. Re: What GUI library should be used for Ubuntu applications?

    I've never actually developed with Qt before so I don't know very much about it. But I've been using Gtk for a while and I like it for all the reasons you've recommended Qt for. So without in any...
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    Re: Programming Language

    I would suggest beginning to learn C++ before learning python.

    If you learn python first, you'll know how rubbish C++ is and you won't both with it. But C++, as rubbish as it is, is definitely...
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    Re: Socket programming

    Google for 'POSIX socket API'.
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    Re: [Gtkmm] Combo box

    As far as I know, there is no simpler way. You do need to create a model, like in the Gtkmm examples. I'd love to be proven wrong though!
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    Re: Text based user interfaces

    Some screenshots of the Mtk library I posted above.

    http://camelsoftware.com/mtk1.png
    http://camelsoftware.com/mtk2.png

    It's based entirely on synchronous functions, so it's very much like...
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    Re: Text based user interfaces

    Yeah, great idea if you like constantly pressing the tab button.



    Cool. So what is the difference between a GUI and a TUI?
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    Re: Text based user interfaces

    I have been chipping away at this . . it's basically my interpretation of what a modern TUI could be like. I've nicknamed it 'Mtk' for Mouse free Tool Kit. It's just a proof of concept thing, not...
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    Re: Text based user interfaces

    This is a TUI. This is a GUI.

    I suppose the most obvious difference is that TUIs don't really accept mouse inputs (button clicks and so on). They are entirely keyboard and text based.
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    Re: Text based user interfaces

    You've pretty much nailed my description for me. Thanks.

    Such an interface would be much better for a lot of the software we use. Applications such as file sharing clients, audio converters and...
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    Re: Text based user interfaces

    You're right, a true TUI will only have text and symbols. So I guess what I'm describing is a 'graphical TUI' or something. Maybe a GUI that primarily displays text. Image an old school application...
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    Text based user interfaces

    I've been thinking about text based user interfaces (TUIs) recently. TUIs have heaps of pros compared to GUIs. They are generally faster to use, faster to develop and according to the wikipedia they...
  22. Thread: cout issue

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    Re: cout issue

    There is nothing wrong with that code. It should just compile and run. There must be something else going wrong.
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    Re: Need a software devolper and an artist

    Does it have to run Halo?
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    Re: Dough - Budgeting Software Project

    Excellent, I'm glad you like it!
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    Dough - Budgeting Software Project

    Hi guys,

    I've noticed there isn't much good quality and free budgeting software such as 'YNAB'. There are some options, like Buddi, but I didn't find any of them very attractive or intuitive. So...
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