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2008 Jul 30
2
[LLVMdev] Is there room for another build system?
...nder MinGW even though Tk/Tcl is easy to build > under MinGW. (I'm not aware of a precompiled MinGW binary for expect, > although it might be in one of the more obscure packages). I'd be > interested in a successful build (with patches) for expect myself About two years ago, ActiveState added the Windows port of Expect to its Tcl distribution, which is the de-facto canonical source of Tcl/Tk for Windows users. Check www.activestate.com [snip] -- Oscar
2020 Oct 06
2
Installing Perl For Use in R
I?m getting nowhere with this. From the website below I clicked on the ActivePerl 5.26 button which seems to lead me into creating projects on the Cloud rather than downloading the software to my hard drive. https://www.activestate.com/products/perl/downloads/ Can someone give me some advise? What the website is trying to do seems rather shady. Thanks, Philip [[alternative HTML version deleted]]
2020 Oct 06
0
Installing Perl For Use in R
Hi, What OS are you on? It has been years since I used ActiveState, but it looks like you now need to create an account with them prior to downloading the installation files. They seem to give you the option of creating an account with them, or using Github. I would opt for the former, even though I have a Github account. If you are on Windows, an alternative Per...
2008 Jul 31
0
[LLVMdev] Is there room for another build system?
Óscar Fuentes wrote: > About two years ago, ActiveState added the Windows port of Expect to its > Tcl distribution, which is the de-facto canonical source of Tcl/Tk for > Windows users. Check www.activestate.com > And at such time as I get approval to correctly patch the current build system to work with ActivePerl, the patch should be...
2005 Sep 21
0
[LLVMdev] How to compile llvm with mingw on Windows ?
...t) which is rather outdated compared to the main > trunk of the unix version. The problem is that dejagny uses some > functionality not present in the outdated ExpectNT. If you can spare > some bucks try an updated Expect for Windows with dejagnu. I haven't > tried this option yet. ActiveState now provides a free version of expect with ActiveTcl. It seems to be fairly close to the last unix version. http://www.activestate.com/Products/Download/Download.plex?id=ActiveTcl Baptiste.
2006 Jan 08
8
I need untyped associations
...holds *all* associations. This allows each object, regardless of type, to have a unique ID and thus it is easy to allow any object to associate with any other object regardless of type. This is handy for things such as Folder objects which should be able to contain objects of arbitrary type. In ActiveState, it appears that ID''s are only unique within a particular table and associations require explicit type information (to refer to a particular table). So folder.contents can''t really refer to an arbitrary collection of objects. I''m sure this has come up within the ROR com...
2005 Sep 20
2
[LLVMdev] How to compile llvm with mingw on Windows ?
>From: "Baptiste Lepilleur" >Date: Tue, 20 Sep 2005 09:29:07 +0200 > >Henrik Bach wrote: >>Hi, >> >>Please have a look on my private Getting started with MinGW: >> >>http://www.geocities.com/henrik_bach_llvm/ > > >Thanks Henrik.The make line was most useful. Though, in my case I also >needed to add a -L so
2008 Feb 13
2
[Linux/Python 2.4.2] Forking Python doesn't work
...for i in myarray: sendstuff(i) #Must pause, and send IDLE for dialog box to close time.sleep(5) sendstuff("IDLE " + dateandtime) =========== In another forum, people told me that I should fork twice. Is that really necessary? http://aspn.activestate.com/ASPN/Cookbook/Python/Recipe/278731 Thank you.
2007 Sep 23
16
WinRuby?
Hi all, With the latest 1.8.6 release out today, I was wondering - what would you all think of a Windows-only fork of Ruby? I mean Perl has ActiveState, right? It ships with a slightly different interpreter and different libraries, so why not Ruby? Here''s what I''m thinking: * Win2k or later. No 95/98/ME support. No cygwin/mingw, either. * Assume VC++ 8. Use whatever switches we want to optimize. * Scrap huge chunks...
2006 May 17
40
IDE recommendations?
I was wondering if there are any IDEs out there that has autocomplete features for win32. It would be perfect if it could do something akin to what DHH is doing on the screencast hosted on the rails website. http://media.rubyonrails.org/video/rails_take2_with_sound.mov Cheers -- Posted via http://www.ruby-forum.com/.
2004 Nov 07
4
writing a simple package in R 2.0 under Windows XP
...t;packaging" for beginner (without compiled code, etc...) could be. I also read http://www.rap.ucar.edu/staff/ericg/RWinBuild.html It is very easy to build R packages in Windows (for Windows)... Perl has been installed and works fine C:\Perl (source http://www.activestate.com/Products/ActivePerl/Download.html). R Tools have been installed: C:\Perl\Rtools (source: http://www.murdoch-sutherland.com/Rtools/tools.zip) R tools functions delivered work fine (ex: ls, etc...) R has been installed "at the root" of C:\ to avoid any blank...
2001 Feb 26
2
building packages in Windows under R 1.2.1
Prof Brian Ripley wrote [22.01.2001]: > The code is new in 1.2.1, and identical code in Rcmd clean works. It looks > like a Windows Perl bug. On my machines under NT4 and 98 this works > because -d foo seems to be always true! It is probably different on 2000. > > Try changing the line > > unless (-d $TMPDIR); > > to > unless (-e $tmpdir); >
2011 Jun 11
2
[LLVMdev] llvm fails on MinGW-32 (Windows) because Python is not supported there
This page says that llvm works on MinGW: http://llvm.org/docs/GettingStarted.html I tried to build llvm trunk. llvm build now requires Python: llvm[2]: Creating 'llvm-lit' script... /bin/sh: python: command not found And current stable python version (3.2) doesn't even build on MinGW (see http://bugs.python.org/issue9098). What is the solution on
2011 Jun 11
0
[LLVMdev] llvm fails on MinGW-32 (Windows) because Python is not supported there
...thon version (3.2) doesn't even build on MinGW (see > http://bugs.python.org/issue9098). > > What is the solution on MinGW? There are various precompiled Windows binaries for Python (yes, even 3.2), from http://www.python.org/download/ or http://www.activestate.com/activepython-3 Hope this helps, Csaba -- GCS a+ e++ d- C++ ULS$ L+$ !E- W++ P+++$ w++$ tv+ b++ DI D++ 5++ The Tao of math: The numbers you can count are not the real numbers. Life is complex, with real and imaginary parts. "Ok, it boots. Which means it must be bug-free and perfect. &...
2011 Jun 11
1
[LLVMdev] llvm fails on MinGW-32 (Windows) because Python is not supported there
On 06/11/2011 09:32, Csaba Raduly wrote: > There are various precompiled Windows binaries for Python (yes, even > 3.2), from http://www.python.org/download/ or > http://www.activestate.com/activepython-3 > Thanks! I got msi based installer (3.2) from http://www.python.org/download/. But llvm build now fails with this message: File "<string>", line 1 import sys;print ' '.join(sys.argv[1:]) ^ Synta...
2002 Mar 13
1
Graphical rsync!
...s being looked into at this time. * It is written in Perl/Tk, although all portability conceits were abandoned fairly early on, and it currently makes quite a few assumptions that only make sense under win32. It was subsequently turned into a win32 executable through the magic of ActiveState tools. * It is bundled with rsync 2.4.6 and a cygwin1.dll, which can be replaced with newer versions at whim. * It is currently only capable of uploading files, which is all we need it to do. * Anonymous rsync is not supported, nor is rsh/ssh. This should change soon. * It'...
2007 Mar 19
1
Winelib for creating makefile to run on Windows?
...e makefile that can be run from a Windows command prompt? (unfortunately cygwin is not part of our standard development environment) The code is C and C++. If so, how maintainable are the makefiles? We'd have to update the deps by hand. Can the winelib perl script be run on Windows with the ActiveState engine? Thanks, JeanneP PS: The reply-to address will bounce. Please post your response to this newsgroup. Thanks!
2002 Mar 13
1
Graphical rsync!
...s being looked into at this time. * It is written in Perl/Tk, although all portability conceits were abandoned fairly early on, and it currently makes quite a few assumptions that only make sense under win32. It was subsequently turned into a win32 executable through the magic of ActiveState tools. * It is bundled with rsync 2.4.6 and a cygwin1.dll, which can be replaced with newer versions at whim. * It is currently only capable of uploading files, which is all we need it to do. * Anonymous rsync is not supported, nor is rsh/ssh. This should change soon. * It'...
2001 Jan 05
2
AW: running Rcmd INSTALL, again
...e sources; going to the bottom, readme.packages says: "You will need suitable versions of Unix tools including make, sh, rm, sed, awk, mkdir, echo, cp and cat; we have packaged a set at http://www.stats.ox.ac.uk/pub/Rtools/tools.zip. perl5, available via http://www.activestate.com/Products/ActivePerl/" I might have misunderstood something here. Q: Do I have to compile R myself in order to be able to use Rcmd? Q: Do I have to get "bin-msvcrt-2000-03-27.zip", "binutils-19990818-1-msvcrt.zip", and "gcc-2.95.2-1-msvcrt.zip" fro...
2011 Apr 08
0
488 error in T38 Gatewaying in Asterisk 1.8 with patch 13405
...7", "DAHDI/g0/50624309954") in new stack -- Called g0/50624309954 -- DAHDI/1-1 is proceeding passing it to SIP/robert-00000007 [Apr 8 00:26:35] NOTICE[31251]: chan_sip.c:8615 process_sdp: T.38 re-INVITE detected but no fax extension -- Running Gateway activestate=4 (SIP/robert-00000007) and inactivestate=0 (DAHDI/1-1) [Apr 8 00:26:35] ERROR[10783]: res_fax.c:822 fax_session_reserve: Could not locate a FAX technology module with capabilities (T38_GATEWAY) [Apr 8 00:26:35] ERROR[10783]: res_fax.c:2527 __ast_t38_gateway_handle_parameters: Unable to r...