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    [SOLVED] Re: My first interactive script --- help wanted

    No, I don't think so.


    Yes, linux is multitask. You can change you script to read command parameters instead of asking from stdin. This way you can run your script and send it to background by...
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    Re: OpenGL rotation concatenation

    how about
    state_->mouse_motion()->delta_y ?

    I guess if delta_y is the distance a mouse moved, then it should be radian already.
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    Re: OpenGL rotation concatenation

    May I ask what is the Rad function in your code?
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    [SOLVED] Re: How to do multi-language support in c?

    Oh, I see. I think it is not going to be included to the repository, but I will learn about the frameworks later. Thank you for your replies:)
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    [SOLVED] Re: How to do multi-language support in c?

    It's partially using gtk together with stdio. I saw the post that says "Qt and GTK+ make this (relatively) easy." So, what is the way to do it?
    I am not sure how it will be distributed, though. My...
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    [SOLVED] How to do multi-language support in c?

    For example, if i have something like

    printf ( "Output English\n" );
    Do i just need to replace that string to other language, such as this?

    printf ( translate_string ( "Output English\n" ) );...
  7. Thread: .NET and Mono

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    Re: .NET and Mono

    The compiler for c# shouldn't have been written in c#. Both java and .net are compiled, but not linked
  8. Re: Why aren't more Linux applications written in Java?

    I am not fond of the Java syntax and some other limitations personally.


    A Codecs, renderer, or any low-level library couldn't sustain any slow down, since linux is not only for desktop, there...
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    Re: Please offer programming language suggestions

    Cause linuxers typically don't use IDEs. But I don't care. IDEs makes your life easier.
    If you want to do low-level development, it won't go wrong to start with c and then c++.
    code::blocks is a...
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    Re: How to use gcc option -fwhole-program

    Ok, so I don't ever need -fwhole-program if the sources can be compiled with -flto

    I don't want to fix the code because it would require me to put a lot of short function to the header and state...
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    Re: How to use gcc option -fwhole-program

    Thanks for your reply. So do I have to put -fwhole-program for the linker ?
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    Re: How to use gcc option -fwhole-program

    Thank you very much.
    I need to use these options because, unfortunately, I've been written bad code already :( I put all the functions into .cpp files regardless they are short enough to inline or...
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    How to use gcc option -fwhole-program

    Hi, I have some questions on using gcc's compiler options:

    (1) "Assume that the current compilation unit represents the whole program being compiled. All public functions and variables with the...
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    Re: How can I upload files to svn in google code

    The link is broken, but I got it now.
    I'll write the solution down so everybody else sees it will know exactly what to do.

    To handle the svn properly,
    First you need to create a repository of...
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    Re: How can I upload files to svn in google code

    How about in linux?
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    How can I upload files to svn in google code

    I want to upload some files to the svn. I used svn import command, and it works. But how can I upload some specific files to the repository? Can I reserve the files from older version to the new...
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    Re: pthread_cond_wait() CPU usage

    Cool, hope it could be in the repository :)

    I experience it too. That is because Linux's multi-task mechanism. Since linux is targeted on servers which is usually I/O intense and I/O typically...
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    Re: pthread_cond_wait() CPU usage

    What project are you working on ? Just curious
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    Re: Gtk Multithreading problems ?

    Actually they indeed has such GL extension
    gtkglext
    http://projects.gnome.org/gtkglext/
    I think I'll try that later :)

    Thank you everybody
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    Re: Gtk Multithreading problems ?

    Ok, I see. I read the website you posted. It seems to be a separated project from Gtk rather than built-in Gtk APIs. I wonder why doesn't Gtk support OpenGL internally ? It's so sad that gnome 3 has...
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    Re: Gtk Multithreading problems ?

    Thank you both first.
    According to SledgeHammer, "You do not call GUI functions from another thread" but I did call a cairo paint function in that thread. So probably it is the cause.

    And...
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    Gtk Multithreading problems ?

    Hi, ):P now I have a problem. I have a GUI program that uses Gtk and build with Glade. And it has a menu bar in it. When I press a menu, it receives a signal and call a function from a rendering...
  23. Re: Can the app use gtk library run on KDE environment ?

    Really, how can they do that ? Is that COM that they use to share interface of different component in binary level ? Or some other techniques ?
  24. Can the app use gtk library run on KDE environment ?

    Also can it run on linux mint ?
    Thanks
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    Re: Algorithm that simplifies a notation

    Thanks. I'll try that :)
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