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kandi X-RAY | glog Summary
Leveled execution logs for Go. This is an efficient pure Go implementation of leveled logs in the manner of the open source C++ package glog. By binding methods to booleans it is possible to use the log package without paying the expense of evaluating the arguments to the log. Through the -vmodule flag, the package also provides fine-grained control over logging at the file level.
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Using Firebase Analytics in an ios app, on a phone and simulator using ios 15.4, XCode 13.2.1 (13C100) in a React Native app. The app itself works, but when I try to add unit tests, the test runner fails with the unrecognized selector problem. I have combed the issues on SO, they either ask for more info and die on the vine, or reference the same four issues on Firebase's github.
The Podfile (below) doesn't have use_frameworks! so it's unlikely that duplicate symbols are the culprit. I tried the one concrete piece of advice from the github issues,
pod deintegrate and recreate Podfile.lock, to no avail.
Here is the crash log, and below is the Podfile:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-02 at 21:53
Firebase/MLVision has been deprecated for a few years, so there may be some incompatible versions mixed into the app.
Best bet is to update to GoogleMLKit. If not that, you may be able to find compatible old versions by exploring the information in the generated
I'm trying to build & upload to Apple Developer an iOS app built with react-native.
Here is the command I'm executing :...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-26 at 08:03
Ok, so I kind of fixed it.
What I did was to reinstall npm & nvm with homebrew, delete the package-lock.json and then run
For some reasons, I didn't have any folders named "node_modules" and my package-lock didn't contain any lines with the module "react-native" so I added it back.
Now I'm stuck with something else but I guess I'll have to open a new ticket !
As mentioned in my question title, I'm trying to run
pod install following an update to React Native 0.66, and I keep getting the following error:
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Oct-20 at 14:40
I recently encountered a similar issue with boost after updating react native. After the panic wore off, and some good coffee, I was able to resolve by doing the following:
- Open the
/ios/.xcworkspacefile in Xcode.
- Raise the iOS Deployment Target (in my case I only bumped to 10).
- Product > Clean Build Folder, then Product > Run.
- Locate the boost error in the issue navigator and identify which pod the error is listed under (in my case it was RNReanimated).
- Update the node package related to the pod (in my case,
npm update react-native-reanimated
- Finally, run
After performing those steps, I was able to get my project up and running again.
I'm not experienced so I can't really pinpoint what is the problem. Thanks for the help.
I cloned this repo: https://github.com/flatlogic/react-native-starter.git
And was trying to follow the steps below:Clone the repo
cd react-native-starter && yarn installInstall Pods
cd ios && pod install
When I got to the pod install I'm getting that error....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jul-28 at 18:31
I think your
pod install working fine and has done its job. You need to set up iPhone SDK on your mac then try to run
cd ../ && react-native run-ios.
Follow this guide : React Native Environment set up on Mac OS with Xcode and Android Studio
I'm trying to install
bob.learn.em, but there is not any documented straightforward approach to install bob.
There are some very old resources like these to install bob:
But none of them can not install
bob.learn.em or any latest bob packages.
I am unsuccessful while trying both pip and conda, the official document (https://www.idiap.ch/software/bob/docs/bob/docs/stable/install.html) doesn't work (at least for my system, I even tried conda in a docker container)
Is there any docker container or reproducible recipe for installing bob and bob packages like
errors inside anaconda3 container,...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Oct-22 at 21:17
Wrote this simple dockerfile.
I have a piece of reflection code that attempts to get the field on a struct by name and then checks if the field exists:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Oct-28 at 08:21
Value.IsZero() reports whether the wrapped value is the zero value of its type. This is not the same as the
reflect.Value itself being zero (zero value of
reflect.Value which is a struct).
Also note that
t in your code is not a struct value, its a pointer to struct. Use
Value.Elem() to nagivate to the wrapped struct value (or don't start from a pointer).
If the field does not exist,
Value.FieldByName() returns the zero value of
reflect.Value, not a non-zero
reflect.Value holding the zero value of some type; there is no type info if a field is not found.
So to check if the field does not exist, check if the
reflect.Value itself is zero, by comparing it to
In most of the open source C++ code I can see that a logger like the Google logging library
glog is used. But what are the advantages? The only advantages that I could find:
- Logging is thread safe, so preferred for multi threading
- You can choose severity levels
So If I am not doing multi threading and I don't need severity levels, is
std::cout safe to use or should I still use a logger? Why?
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Oct-16 at 17:50
A logger offers you more control - you can tune the severity threshold, you can decide where the logging goes to (e.g., a file, stdout, somewhere else), etc without recompiling the program.
If that is not a concern to you, and you're absolutely sure you'll always want the same output to stdout and will never want to tweak it (a least not without recompiling), by all means, go ahead and use
I'm using a public api from https://regres.in, I've tried several examples but still haven't been successful. It is also not possible to list the body of a get of all users and it is not possible to return the name of a user. Can someone help me please?...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Oct-06 at 17:57
Are you sure it's that basic uri? Googling I found a public API with base uri as "https://reqres.in" with "q"
I got clone to a repo and I installed node modules correctly without any errors, but when I run
pod install in the command line, I get that error,
Ignoring unf_ext-0.0.7.6 because its extensions are not built. Try: gem pristine unf_ext --version 0.0.7.6
Auto-linking React Native modules for target
maltevinder: RNCAsyncStorage, RNCMaskedView, RNDateTimePicker, RNFastImage, RNGestureHandler, RNReanimated, RNScreens, RNVectorIcons, lottie-ios, lottie-react-native, react-native-cookies, react-native-document-picker, react-native-restart, and react-native-safe-area-context
Fetching podspec for
Fetching podspec for
Fetching podspec for
[!] No podspec found for
That's my Podfile...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Aug-22 at 08:16
first make sure that you installed react-native-image-picker library, or delete that part if you don't want to use that library
Whenever I tries to do
pod install it gives me this error
Installing BVLinearGradient (2.5.6)
Installing CocoaAsyncSocket (7.6.5)
Installing DoubleConversion (1.1.6)
Installing FBLazyVector (0.64.0)
Installing FBReactNativeSpec (0.64.0)
Installing Flipper (0.75.1)
Installing Flipper-Boost-iOSX (220.127.116.11.11)
Installing Flipper-DoubleConversion (1.1.7)
Installing Flipper-Fmt (7.1.7)
Installing Flipper-Folly (2.6.9)
Installing Flipper-Glog (0.3.6)
Installing Flipper-PeerTalk (0.0.4)
Installing Flipper-RSocket (1.4.3)
Installing FlipperKit (0.75.1)
Installing GoogleMaps (3.1.0)
Installing GooglePlaces (3.1.0)
Installing JGProgressHUD (2.2)
Installing MDFInternationalization (2.0.0)
Installing MaterialComponents (124.2.0)
Installing MotionAnimator (4.0.1)
Installing MotionInterchange (3.0.0)
Installing OpenSSL-Universal (1.1.1100)
Installing Pulsator (0.6.0)
Installing RCT-Folly (2020.01.13.00)
Installing RCTRequired (0.64.0)
Installing RCTTypeSafety (0.64.0)
Installing RNCAsyncStorage (1.15.2)
Installing RNCCheckbox (0.5.7)
Installing RNDeviceInfo (8.1.2)
Installing RNGestureHandler (1.10.3)
Installing RNImageCropPicker (0.36.0)
Installing RNReanimated (2.1.0)
Installing RNSVG (12.1.1)
Installing RNScreens (3.1.1)
Installing RNVectorIcons (8.1.0)
Installing React (0.64.0)
Installing React-Core (0.64.0)
Installing React-CoreModules (0.64.0)
Installing React-RCTActionSheet (0.64.0)
Installing React-RCTAnimation (0.64.0)
Installing React-RCTBlob (0.64.0)
Installing React-RCTImage (0.64.0)
Installing React-RCTLinking (0.64.0)
Installing React-RCTNetwork (0.64.0)
Installing React-RCTSettings (0.64.0)
Installing React-RCTText (0.64.0)
Installing React-RCTVibration (0.64.0)
Installing React-callinvoker (0.64.0)
Installing React-cxxreact (0.64.0)
Installing React-jsi (0.64.0)
Installing React-jsiexecutor (0.64.0)
Installing React-jsinspector (0.64.0)
Installing React-perflogger (0.64.0)
Installing React-runtimeexecutor (0.64.0)
Installing ReactCommon (0.64.0)
Installing ReactNativeART (1.2.0)
Installing ReactNativeLocalization (2.1.6)
Installing TOCropViewController (2.6.0)
Installing Yoga (1.14.0)
Installing YogaKit (1.18.1)
Installing ZIPFoundation (0.9.11)
Installing boost-for-react-native (1.63.0)
Installing glog (0.3.5)
Installing iDenfySDK (6.3.0)
Installing idenfy-react-native-sdk (1.6.0)
Installing libevent (2.1.12)
Installing lottie-ios (3.2.3)
Installing react-native-google-places (3.1.2)
Installing react-native-image-picker (3.3.2)
Installing react-native-image-resizer (1.4.4)
Installing react-native-maps (0.27.1)
The Swift pod
JGProgressHUD, which do not define modules. To opt into those targets generating module maps (which is necessary to import them from Swift when building as static libraries), you may set
use_modular_headers!globally in your Podfile, or specify
:modular_headers => truefor particular dependencies.
If anyone know how to solve this issue...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Aug-17 at 20:41
Doesn't it tell you already how to solve the issue?
To opt into those targets generating module maps (which is necessary to import them from Swift when building as static libraries), you may set use_modular_headers! globally in your Podfile, or specify :modular_headers => true for particular dependencies.
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