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i am trying to work on easyhook in python and here is my code...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Mar-21 at 17:13
I am making a C++ wrapper around a C library. Let's say that the library (let's call it Clib) defines a function like this:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jan-28 at 11:01
Is this a good idea or possible to do?
No, that won't work because the C library - for obvious reasons - doesn't define the functions etc. within that namespace.
Why doesn't anybody seem to do it?
Because it doesn't work.
If you give up the desire to have a header-only wrapper library, then you can avoid "leaking" the C header since you could include it only within a translation unit of the wrapper library.
Note that this still doesn't solve all problems with name clashes since One Definition Rule applies across translation unit boundaries. If you link with a C library, then the external names of that library cannot be used by anything else. Hiding the C header does prevent macro-pollution.
I have exactly the same problem as mentioned in PIP install rasa-x takes forever. In the Rasa installation guide they say, you have to create an environment first. Everytime I do:
conda create --name rasa python==3.7.6 it automatically downloads pip-20.3.3. If I now try the
pip install --upgrade pip==20.2 command it shows the following error: Error. What did I do wrong? Thanks for the help!
python -m pip install --upgrade pip==20.2 worked, but now there is another problem when trying to install Rasa-X:Rasa-X installation error
here is the code...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jan-25 at 13:34
I had this issue as well and for me installing pip packages with
python -m pip install worked. So
python -m pip install --upgrade pip==20.2 should work for you.
I'm trying to run some code using Torch (and Roberta language model) on an EC2 instance on AWS. The compilation seems to fail, does anyone have a pointer to fix?
Confirm that Torch is correctly installed...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Dec-26 at 02:03
Got it to work by loading the pretrained model locally instead of from the hub.
here is the part of the files that are important for this question:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Jul-21 at 20:31
My compliments on such an extensive report. Your issue lies probably in this weird setup you've got going on.
I've followed this tutorial to setting up Zerobrane IDE for debugging openresty:
I installed openresty 188.8.131.52 from a brew formula, and lua scripts are working.
Double checked everything with zerobrane, the error i got:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Dec-09 at 22:21
I am trying to deploy API made in Python to to Heroku. I am getting this errors and I do not know how to fix them....
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Dec-09 at 12:04
Your wsgi.py had a wrong setting for the settings location
for an arduino school project where I draw bitmaps to a screen, I want to store said bitmaps as unsigned char arrays in classes.
Currently I'm doing it like this:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Nov-26 at 15:24
Notice, you're getting a linker error, not a compile time error. Everything is fine as far as compilation goes, but you have not done quite enough to satisfy the entire toolchain. The issue is, you never gave a definition for the variable, and the linker fails to find it when it brings everything together.
This issue would go away if you were compiling with c++ 17. What is happening is that when you pass
a.sprite to a function, the array decays to a pointer type (to the first element) and since it must have an address, is considered odr used. This means that the variable must have an unambiguous location in your application, and thus be explicitly declared (like any normal static variable that is odr-used.)
For static members of a class, if they are odr-used, they must be declared in one place in the application, usually in a cpp file:
For getting the list of installed libraries, I run the following command in Jupyter Notebook:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Nov-17 at 11:03
We can use
os module to create the pip list, then we use
\s+ as seperator to read the pip list into a dataframe:
I'm using ctypes in Python 3.6 to interface with a C library. One of the functions enables the library and returns a type definition to an internal object which needs to be passed to subsequent function calls. Here's an example:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Oct-06 at 02:44
The usual reason for problems with
ctypes is not defining
.restype for the functions being called. In particular, the return type defaults to an
c_int (typically 32-bit) and on a 64-bit system your function would return a 64-bit pointer.
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