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2014 Jun 18
2
[LLVMdev] Clarification on the backward compatibility promises
On 18 June 2014 17:10, Sean Silva <chisophugis at gmail.com> wrote: >> >> Do others agree that this is the case or at least that this would be a >> >> reasonable balance? >> > IMO it's easier to be compatible on .ll level, no? >> >> That is not my experience with the bitcode format. The way the API is >> structured makes it really easy
2007 Sep 14
4
MS SQL server
Hello List, I need to access some data a MS-SQL server ie run a stored procedure or user-defined function or a select every so often maybe 3 times a day. Have centos 4.5 on intel xeon. Is there an obvious certain-to-succeed approach? perl DBI + ODBC spings to mind, have not tried it yet - cannot access the systems yet - need to make a good plan. Am a bit concerned cos I dont know of an
2013 Jan 13
3
[LLVMdev] Using C++'11 language features in LLVM itself
...t;matthieu.monrocq at gmail.com> wrote: > gcc 4.5, MSVC 10, clang 3.1 > - decltype v1.0 [1] + late specified return type > - lambda v1.0 [2] > - local types as template arguments > - r-value 2.0 [3] > - static_assert > - built-in type traits This isn't very encouraging. Anecdotally from what I've seen in LLD (whose C++11 feature use is bounded only by MSVC 2012), the features that get the most mileage by a large margin are `auto`, range-for, and `nullptr`, along with library offerings like unique_ptr<>. Just based on that, the churn and overhead of imposing new buil...
2008 Sep 29
4
USB detach/attach hangs with 7.0-RELEASE and 7.1-PRERELEASE
Hi, I''ve noticed some general instability with plugging in or removing USB devices with FreeBSD 7.x, even when the devices are not actively in use. I had this happen with umass and ucom devices 3 times today. The machine hangs solid, there are no obvious signs of a panic or trap to DDB. I can''t provide backtraces unfortunately -- these hangs happen on both my laptop and
2017 Sep 06
4
post_processor in rmarkdown not working
Dear all, I'm trying to write a post_processor() for a custom rmarkdown format. The goal of the post_processor() is to modify the latex file before it is compiled. For some reason the post_processor() is not run. The post_processor() does work when I run it manually on the tex file. Any suggestions on what I'm doing wrong? Below is the relevant snippet of the code. The full code is
2007 Oct 22
2
Video Conference
Hello All, I am looking at doing some video conferencing with SIP. I was hoping to get some early pointers from any one that is currently doing this. I have been all over goggle and voip-info and there is a ton of anecdotal information but, I was hoping for more specifics of what people are actually using that works and even some of what hasn't worked so that I can stay away. What I am
2019 May 10
5
Firefox esr repackage
> On 09/05/2019 09:09, Simon Matter via CentOS wrote: >>> The price we pay.. :) >> >> Do you say that paying RH customers already received new firefox >> packages? >> >> Regards, >> Simon >> > > No, Red Hat have not yet released any updates for Firefox. I doubt it's > a priority for them. Which makes me believe they
2014 Jun 17
8
[LLVMdev] Clarification on the backward compatibility promises
On 17 June 2014 16:07, Anton Korobeynikov <anton at korobeynikov.info> wrote: > Hi Rafael, > >> Do others agree that this is the case or at least that this would be a >> reasonable balance? > IMO it's easier to be compatible on .ll level, no? That is not my experience with the bitcode format. The way the API is structured makes it really easy to support backwards
2009 Apr 22
3
WinXP Xen guest: compare VNC vs RDP
I'm experimenting with using WinXP Xen guests as an alternative to upgrading workstations. The administrative advantages seem overwhelming. Please share thoughts about using VNC vs RDP for remote desktop connections. Please share any anecdotal information regarding user reactions and/or implementation issues.
2016 Aug 16
3
RFC: A cross platform way of using shell commands in lit tests
> > Anecdotally, most of the times I've seen people add "REQUIRES: shell" on > a test they really meant "disable on windows". I think/hope that's > usually temporary while they investigate problems, but it might explain > why so many tests say they require shell when they d...
2006 Jun 10
8
OT: Good virtual server host with debian?
Hey all, I''m casually shopping around for a host that will give me a virtual server running Debian. It would host some of my rails projects and probably some svn. Does anyone know of a good host? Anecdotes about satisfaction would be nice. Thanks, Bryan -- Posted via http://www.ruby-forum.com/.
2019 May 10
2
Firefox esr repackage
Am 10.05.2019 um 11:12 schrieb Nux! <nux at li.nux.ro>: > > I maintain a desktop oriented repo for CentOS and last I checked a year or so ago, I got over 150k+ unique IPs with yum user agent downloading stuff from it. > > It's a bit anecdotal as perhaps not all are actual desktop users and some users were using multiple IPs (dhcp), but it shows there are quite a few users
2017 Sep 07
2
post_processor in rmarkdown not working
On 07/09/2017 2:04 PM, Duncan Murdoch wrote: > On 07/09/2017 10:11 AM, Thierry Onkelinx wrote: >> Dear Duncan, >> >> Thanks for chiming in. Could you explain how you set debug() on >> post_processor()? I've tried adding debug(post_processor) to >> rsos_article() or adding debug(post_processor) when after post_processor >> was defined in
2015 Feb 27
4
OT: AF 4k sector drives with 512 emulation
Still have good quality older sata hardware raid cards that require 512 bytes/sector. As far as I know HD manufacturers are not making native 512 bytes/sector drives any more. Some have better 512e emulation than others. Looking for some advice on which to avoid and which are recommended. Thanks. PS this is for a CentOS6 server.
2019 May 10
2
Firefox esr repackage
I maintain a desktop oriented repo for CentOS and last I checked a year or so ago, I got over 150k+ unique IPs with yum user agent downloading stuff from it. It's a bit anecdotal as perhaps not all are actual desktop users and some users were using multiple IPs (dhcp), but it shows there are quite a few users out there running CentOS for desktop purposes. There are desktop focused distros
2009 Feb 18
2
Open Source in an Economic Downturn: Asterisk stories needed
I'm giving a talk at SCALE 2009 (Southern CAlifornia Linux Expo) on Sunday in Los Angeles, and the topic of my talk is "Open Source in an Economic Downturn". I've got lots of talking points for this talk, but it would be interesting to hear some short anecdotes about how you in the Asterisk community are thriving, or at least surviving, by virtue of the benefits of
2017 Sep 08
0
post_processor in rmarkdown not working
That is strange. Another function in the same package (INBOmd::inbo_rapport) uses the same trick. I actually started by copying the post_processor() from that function. INBOmd::inbo_rapport() works both with and without BibTex. Working examples are source/inbo_rapport and source/inbo_rapport_basic from https://github.com/inbo/inbomd_examples. Note that you need some extra
2017 Sep 07
3
post_processor in rmarkdown not working
Dear Duncan, Thanks for chiming in. Could you explain how you set debug() on post_processor()? I've tried adding debug(post_processor) to rsos_article() or adding debug(post_processor) when after post_processor was defined in the debugger. Neither work for me. All supporting files are available within the package. The code below should be reproducible on your machine.
2016 Apr 18
0
R [coding : do not run for every row ]
Always keep the mailing list in cc. The code runs for each row in the data. However I get the feeling that there is a mismatch between what you think that is in the data and the actual data. ir. Thierry Onkelinx Instituut voor natuur- en bosonderzoek / Research Institute for Nature and Forest team Biometrie & Kwaliteitszorg / team Biometrics & Quality Assurance Kliniekstraat 25
2017 Sep 07
0
post_processor in rmarkdown not working
Are you sure that you want to read in the output_file in text <- readLines(output_file, warn = FALSE)? best regards, Heinz Thierry Onkelinx wrote/hat geschrieben on/am 06.09.2017 11:41: > Dear all, > > I'm trying to write a post_processor() for a custom rmarkdown format. The > goal of the post_processor() is to modify the latex file before it is > compiled. For