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    [SOLVED] Re: Linking problem with g++ and autotools

    I am not an expert but from my own experience I see the following issues:

    PKG_CHECK_MODULES(DEPS,[gsl >= 1.8])
    AC_SUBST(DEPS_CFLAGS)
    AC_SUBST(DEPS_CXXFLAGS)
    AC_SUBST(DEPS_LIBS)
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    Re: Dennis Ritchie (1940-2011)

    Dennis Ritchie, Brian Kernighan and Ken Thompson are, in our world, icons and idols. The modern world has much to thank Dennis for but alas 95% of the population has no idea the scope of his...
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    Re: Introduction to Cgo

    I really enjoy the language myself. It works for me.
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    Introduction to Cgo

    If any of you are interested, I have written an introduction to Golang's cgo tool. I've received positive feedback from those on the Go mailing list so I thought maybe people here may find it of use...
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    Re: created GTK+ program,how to install?

    There are plenty of ways. Search for GNU autotools if you want to install on Linux. You'll need them to install via tarball/source, .rpm, .deb, etc. On windows you need to build an installer. There's...
  6. Re: How to get the souce code NOW ?(kernel.org down)

    A few search results would also probably show that github is temporarily hosting the kernel development.
  7. Re: How would you go about becoming a Linux Administator?

    I've seen no mention of Tcl/Tk. Does it get used for sysadmin any more?
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    Re: Programming under ubuntu

    You may also want to look at Golang. There are tutorials/Youtube videos for doing this very thing in Go. It's original design was for web servers but works well as a general, all-purpose language....
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    [SOLVED] Re: g++ deletes source code...

    He means that the make target is hello (with lower case h) and the target binary is Hello (upper case H) and that's a problem.
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    [SOLVED] Re: g++ deletes source code...

    Have you done any searches for this problem? I have never heard of this happening before nor have I ever experienced this myself with g++ nor any other GCC tool I've used. As others keep suggesting,...
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    Re: C# is a strange language

    I refer to patent or IP/Copyright infringements on the part of the Mono project. While I believe Microsoft has expressed that they have no intention of pursuing Mono on those grounds (I may be...
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    Re: C# is a strange language

    Rather than start a new thread I thought this might be a good place to ask this opinion question: Though C# is an OS agnostic language due to the Mono project, is there any concern of "vendor...
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    Re: GTK+..how about windows and mac?

    It hasn't changed.
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    Re: Frameworks alike OSX

    Thanks Schauerlich. As a matter of fact, I had already viewed both pages already but I really appreciate the links. Faster compilation means far less to me than execution speed when it comes to my...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Checking for Odd or Even

    For the record, in C I always use modulo for testing odd/even. The potential difference in speed for anything I do is so inconsequential there is no advantage for me to do it any other way.
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    Re: Glib- How to run this programme???

    Casts/Changes have been typed in bold.


    #include <glib.h>
    #include <stdio.h>
    int main(int argc, char** argv)
    {
    GList* list=NULL;
    list = g_list_append(list, (gpointer) "Hello World!");
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    Re: Frameworks alike OSX

    What about Clang/LLVM? Doesn't Apple fund/support it? Pretty sure it supports the latest standard of ObjectiveC but I seem to recall reading somewhere it has poor support of ObjectiveC++... - Missed...
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    Re: GTK+..how about windows and mac?

    You may also want to look at Pidgin or my own program (see the link in my sig) to see another way of installing a GTK+ program on Windows. There are certain challenges to be aware of but it's not...
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    Re: Glib- How to run this programme???

    The warning is correct. Glib uses a generic pointer (void *) typedef'd as gpointer. This allows Glib containers like the g_list to contain any kind of data. You should always cast your store and your...
  20. Thread: Vocabulary

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    Re: Vocabulary

    [Gratuitous Plug]You could always take a look at my project: Vocab Builder.[/Gratuitous Plug]
  21. Re: Why does this simple bash script pause after the first command?

    Because the script is waiting for your command to exit. You need to use the ampersand '&' character after each command in order to spawn a new process for the individual program and allow your script...
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    Re: Glade3 GTK+ Program

    If you intend to port your program to windows you may also need to use G_MODULE_EXPORT in your function prototypes/definitions:


    G_MODULE_EXPORT void my_callback(void); /* For example */
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    Re: Writing 'things' to the home folder

    I believe that using a user's home directory is the accepted practice. I may be wrong, so someone correct me if I am, but there are potential security/permission concerns when storing configuration...
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    Re: Shell script with user interaction

    I think what you might want is zenity. Zenity pops up GTK+ styled dialogues from a bash script for user interaction. You'd probably be interested the list dialog.
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    Re: GTK menu question

    Read the GTK+ C API. The code is essentially the same but with the C API. You should be able to translate the example into C fairly easily (hint, you'll need to look at the docs on Accelerator...
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