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I am trying to run this command on my Mac High Sierra (10.13.6) :
npm install -g truffle
But keep getting the following error:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-28 at 10:23
The above link indeed worked for me. I was using Node V17 (odd number) and have now switched to V16 and all working well now.
I'd like to make a POC of using leveldb in order to store key-value table of different data types in protobuf format.
So far I was able to open the database file, and I also saw the get function with the following signature :
virtual Status Get(const ReadOptions& options, const Slice& key, std::string* value)=0
I understand that the value is actually refers to a binary string like vector and not regular alphanumeric string, so I guess it can fit for multi type primitives like string, uint, enum) but how can it support struct/class that represent protobuf layout in c++ ?
So this is my proto file that I'd like to store in the leveldb:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-17 at 02:17
You need to serialize the protobuf message into a binary string, i.e.
SerilaizeToString, and use the
Putmethod to write the binary string to LevelDB with a key.
Then you can use the
Getmethod to retrieve the binary value with the given key, and parse the binary string to a protobuf message, i.e.
Finally, you can get fields of the message.
as I said in the title I'm not able to run iOS simulator with Firecloud. If I only add Firebase_core package to pubspec.yaml all works fine, but when I add cloud_firestore: ^3.1.5 I got this error:
P.s. With Android simulator all works fine.
Launching lib/main.dart on iPhone 13 in debug mode... Running Xcode build... Xcode build done. 9.3s Failed to build iOS app Error output from Xcode build: ↳ ** BUILD FAILED **
Xcode's output: ↳ /Users/luca/Desktop/prova/ios/Pods/gRPC-Core/third_party/upb/upb/port.c:2:10: fatal error: 'upb/port_def.inc' file not found #include "upb/port_def.inc" ^~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ 1 error generated. /Users/luca/Desktop/prova/ios/Pods/gRPC-Core/third_party/upb/upb/msg.c:2:10: fatal error: 'upb/msg.h' file not found #include "upb/msg.h" ^~~~~~~~~~~ 1 error generated. note: Using new build system note: Planning note: Build preparation complete note: Building targets in dependency order /Users/luca/Desktop/prova/ios/Pods/Pods.xcodeproj: warning: The iOS Simulator deployment target 'IPHONEOS_DEPLOYMENT_TARGET' is set to 8.0, but the range of supported deployment target versions is 9.0 to 15.2.99. (in target 'BoringSSL-GRPC' from project 'Pods') /Users/luca/Desktop/prova/ios/Pods/Pods.xcodeproj: warning: The iOS Simulator deployment target 'IPHONEOS_DEPLOYMENT_TARGET' is set to 8.0, but the range of supported deployment target versions is 9.0 to 15.2.99. (in target 'abseil' from project 'Pods') /Users/luca/Desktop/prova/ios/Pods/Pods.xcodeproj: warning: The iOS Simulator deployment target 'IPHONEOS_DEPLOYMENT_TARGET' is set to 8.0, but the range of supported deployment target versions is 9.0 to 15.2.99. (in target 'gRPC-Core' from project 'Pods') /Users/luca/Desktop/prova/ios/Pods/Pods.xcodeproj: warning: The iOS Simulator deployment target 'IPHONEOS_DEPLOYMENT_TARGET' is set to 8.0, but the range of supported deployment target versions is 9.0 to 15.2.99. (in target 'gRPC-C++-gRPCCertificates-Cpp' from project 'Pods') /Users/luca/Desktop/prova/ios/Pods/Pods.xcodeproj: warning: The iOS Simulator deployment target 'IPHONEOS_DEPLOYMENT_TARGET' is set to 8.0, but the range of supported deployment target versions is 9.0 to 15.2.99. (in target 'leveldb-library' from project 'Pods') /Users/luca/Desktop/prova/ios/Pods/Pods.xcodeproj: warning: The iOS Simulator deployment target 'IPHONEOS_DEPLOYMENT_TARGET' is set to 8.0, but the range of supported deployment target versions is 9.0 to 15.2.99. (in target 'gRPC-C++' from project 'Pods')
Could not build the application for the simulator. Error launching application on iPhone 13.
Can anyone help me? I am stuck with this error since 2 weeks ago :S thanks to all....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Dec-26 at 04:58
Add this line in your pod file
I want to make below script to count files that deleted. I tried a lot of methods with variables, but I didn't make something good. I need some help from users here.
Can anynone help to do?
Here is code:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Dec-23 at 13:14
Just print the count of how many files you're going to remove before you remove them:
folks, with new M1 chip brew stores its libraries in the different location
/opt/homebrew/ instead of
And now when pip needs some packages installed by brew(in my case
plyvel)it's not able to find it until I use Rosetta brew version to put in the old directory:
eval "$(/opt/homebrew/bin/brew shellenv)" in my
.zshrc to import brew-related vars and I thought it should do the thing but no lack.
Do you have any tips on how to handle this issue?...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Dec-16 at 07:57
I don't know whether there is a Right Way to do this, but one was is to pass the necessary compiler flags as an environment variable:
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've been developing a flutter app on my windows machine for a while now and recently switched to a mac mini with an M1 chip. The app uses google maps but when I try to run it on an iOS device I get the following error:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Oct-21 at 13:22
After spending literal days on this problem I "fixed" it but not in a way I'm proud of but it may work for someone facing the same issue.What caused it I initially started the development on a Windows machine and then moved to an M1 Mac mini in order to test the app on the iOS simulator. I was prompted to install cocoa pods and then do a pod install. Sadly, when I run pod install, I was met with an error about an incompatible pod version and I panicked leading to me canceling the process. I then started trying out different solutions that I found here on StackOverflow but that only made things worse. These changes simply made me lose track of what the original issue was and thus, I didn't manage to recover from the mess. After applying the steps outlined below, I found out that the initial culprit was me not running a simple pod update command after the `pod install` one failed with the error mentioned below. Solution Here are the steps I followed to correct this issue:
- Created a new flutter project
- Copied the android & lib folders (since they weren't causing any issues) and also the pubspec.yml and .lock files.
- Then, I copied the firebase-related files into the ios directory along with the SwiftDelegate since I made some changes in order to support google maps.
- Once that was done, all I had to do was run
pod installand when inevitably the pod dependency version issue arose, I simply run
pod updateand that fixed any issues I had with the pods.
- Final step was to exclude the
arm64architecture from BOTH the Runner target and the Pods target and change the minimum ios version to 9.
That's it, once those things were done everything worked just fine.Summary
To conclude, if you like me face a similar issue with pods on your first ever macOS experience, don't panick, update your pods and then you should be fine.
Dose the underlying storage engine in Apache IoTDB use other mature storage engine, like RocksDB, LevelDB or Cassandra? Or it implements its own storage engine from sratch?...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Oct-06 at 06:40
Apache IoTDB does not rely on any existing storage engine indeed. In fact, it has its own implementation for the datastore based on a newly developed file format
tsfile (which is related to Apache Parquet). More information on the
tsfile Format can be found here: http://iotdb.apache.org/SystemDesign/TsFile/Format.html
Also for metadata storage, Apache IoTDB relies on its own implementation of the known algorithms / concepts like BTrees, the write ahead log (WAL) or the Raft protocol (in Cluster mode).
In the following picture you see a sketch of the storage engine / architecture of Apache IoTDB taken from http://iotdb.apache.org/SystemDesign/StorageEngine/StorageEngine.html:
TL;DR: Apache IoTDB does not rely on existing projects but implements everything related to its storage engine completely new based on a binary file format for mass data storage.
can someone please explain what to do to fix "Error: No named parameter with the name 'builder'."?
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Oct-03 at 17:29
I believe your parent class doesn't have a builder method, I also believe you need to use the child method and then builder inside of that.
As the title suggests, I simply cannot run my flutter app on Android Studio (using the IOS simulator). Somehow, if I run and fix all Xcode errors in Xcode itself, I am able to run it. However, when I try to run it in android studio a second later, many errors appear coming from the IOS build. There is no specific error log as the warning are always different. Here are some of the causes that I am suspicious of:
- I updated to Xcode 13, which has a new build system.
- I updated to a new Flutter version.
- I updated to a new Android Studio Version (Arctic Fox).
I have tried many things, including:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Sep-29 at 15:32
The only truly important error was the following:
ld: building for iOS Simulator, but linking in dylib built for iOS, file '/Users/tomasward/Desktop/Fredi/ios/Pods/TwitterKit/iOS/TwitterKit.framework/TwitterKit' for architecture arm64
What is it actually saying? arm64 is an architecture used for physical devices, not for the simulator. So, I was trying to simulate an invalid architecture in a virtual device. I had read that I needed to exclude arm64 from my build settings in my target project. However, the missing step was to also exclude it from pods as follows:
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