Like the title says!
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Like the title says!
omg - forgot to mention Serge Brussolo with Nightmare for rent :D
Foundation series by Isaac Asimov and maybe Roger Zelazny's - Lord of Light.
Oh boy, were do I begin? :D
Short answer: naev - found it while I was cruising github. Compiled it, solved some weird problems with libsdl and spent months playing it. I have no regrets regarding...
So your problem is that you basically have your code on a windows (NTFS) partition and when you access it with Code::Blocks from Ubuntu, it says Access denied?
why don't you use the functionality provided in the os module?
listofdirs = os.listdir(os.getcwd())
I've started with it - and I found it to be indeed very ugly. My guess is that it is not worth it - the time you spent learning Tkinter could be spent by learning a full fledged gui toolkit...
I am afraid I don't understand your last post. Please clarify:
1) what problem did you manage to solve;
2) what new problem did you encounter;
I don't know what is wrong. I didn't watched the full video. I did this:
- created a new sdl project
- build project
- run project
And I do obtain the same results as that guy from the yt...
that's strange - usually netbooks come with bluetooth functionality. I mean, you don't usually have to buy a bluetooth adapter.
Nice idea but totally risky nowadays. The community is made by individuals or teams. It is really easy for a patent owner to go in court and ruin financially the guy (or guys) that assumed your...
Ok, I am going to check that subforum more carefully and try to reproduce your problem. I already have all the libs in place.
you really should have posted this in the programming forum. I've watched your thread on that programming subforum - and most likely you are doing something wrong - it is not the fault of the...
Please give more info - at least something so that we can reproduce your problem.
My guess was that if you write something with Geany, you don't have to release it under a GPL license. To be on the safe side, I've read the link Zugzwang gave you. Here is a quote:
So, I guess...
Ok. goto obviously works in python - I never thought that until I saw your post - and the April's fools joke. It is just that nobody (except you) thinks it is a good idea of using it in Python. You...
don't get me wrong, I am a sucker for Scilab although I find it a little weird and not able to cope with some of the very basic tasks (like representing a color shade map taken from a FEA software in...
Oh, saddly I had to use matlab at work two months ago and ... the gui looks very similar to the matlab one - which is a little bit disturbing. What is wrong with the terminal based octave?
It turns out he needs biopython and numpy which is a generic numerical python library. I've got MDAnalysis module in order to try to solve his problem, which pulled several more python modules (funny...
I think I think it is a fine OS. I thought WinXp was a totally fine OS - Win7 is a little bit too different. - so, The only trouble .
That's a totally humanly feeling - you will become bored by...
Yeah - I think the real denomination would be "USB DONGLE". I am really glad you worked out the issue by using a virtual machine. I am sad to mention that here, I, sometimes, cannot use the software...
I am totally with you man - I just put it aside in my list of distro's that take an ridiculous low amount of resources to function.
Sorry - as a former pentium I owner (short of 2005), I always...
Wow man, your trick really got me :D. I've dealt with the MDAnalysis module installation but in the end:
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "/home/pts/pythw/crappy.py", line 6, in...
I'll try to reproduce your problem - as soon as I get that MDAnalysis stuff.
You shouldn't. It makes your program harder to read. Plus it is also so unpythonic.