kandi X-RAY | TaskManager Summary
kandi X-RAY | TaskManager Summary
A simple、 light（only two file)、fast 、powerful 、easy to use 、easy to extend 、 Android Library To Manager your AsyncTask/Thread/CallBack Jobqueue ! 一个超级简单，易用，轻量级，快速的异步任务管理器，类似于AsyncTask，但是比AsyncTask更好用，更易控制，从此不再写Thread ！ ^_^
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Main run method
- Set the status
- Common handler
- Handle Execute task
- Schedules a runnable at a time interval
- Causes the specified Runnable to be executed periodically
- Schedules a Runnable at a time
- Excute run
- Execute run
- Creates a new instance
- Do not use this method
- Test whether there is a many task execution
- Run some test
- Remove task
- Logs on pause task
- Thread sleep
- Show a toast message
- Remove all execute tasks
- Run the task
- Parses fdsasdfasdfasdfasdfasdfas
- Do nothing
- Start task
- On data loaded
- Click view
- On create
- Load all exceptions
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I am trying to render a list, I am doing my central component in a Class, and with a form and some inputs I want to setState of the class so I can use those values to render a list element, nevertheless it is not working, I can't even log the state's properties after the click, how can I manage to use those values on the inputs to render list elements? Should I use hooks instead?...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-14 at 05:28
Your [PRESS] button will trigger a form submit event, which will refresh the page by default.
👉 Your log code will be never seen.
Your codes are almost ok.
Just add preventDefault() in the handleClick() function.
I have a project as it:
main.cpp for simple web request, however
TaskManager is really big in size, which is why it is in a different file.
TaskManager need to send web request (like
main.cpp does) but when I tried to use
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-07 at 09:16
When importing code from other file into a "main" file, we use something called a header file (
.h). Never include a
For example, you have a file containing some function like this
In my reactjs based electron desktop application, Once I am dragging any file(or Folder) which is outside the current folder path, Upon the generated build .exe file, App is not launching. After these steps, the app stops launching even with a double click.
But if I drag any file from the same directory app is launching correctly.
After debugging I found instead of launching the app is going into the background process in Taskmanager in the window system. Hence not able to see the app window.
So is there any electron event that gets triggered whenever we drop any file over the build executable file?
Even tried with open-file and open-link, it does not do the purpose. https://www.electronjs.org/docs/api/app#event-open-file-macos
Thanks in advance. Looking for a great response. Any Suggestings or help would be appreciated....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-May-28 at 10:26
The issue was present in the file path. I was using a relative path(ex ./build/demo.txt) to read/write files or folders. Once I used an absolute(root + ./build/demo.txt) path instead app is working normally.
I wonder if someone can help explain what is happening?
I run 2 subprocesses, 1 for ffprobe and 1 for ffmpeg....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-May-23 at 15:46
What type is the
ffmpegcmd variable? Is it a string or a list/sequence?
Note that Windows and Linux/POSIX behave differently with the
shell=True parameter enabled or disabled. It matters whether
ffmpegcmd is a string or a list.
Direct excerpt from the documentation:
On POSIX with shell=True, the shell defaults to /bin/sh. If args is a string, the string specifies the command to execute through the shell. This means that the string must be formatted exactly as it would be when typed at the shell prompt. This includes, for example, quoting or backslash escaping filenames with spaces in them. If args is a sequence, the first item specifies the command string, and any additional items will be treated as additional arguments to the shell itself. That is to say, Popen does the equivalent of:
Popen(['/bin/sh', '-c', args, args, ...])
On Windows with shell=True, the COMSPEC environment variable specifies the default shell. The only time you need to specify shell=True on Windows is when the command you wish to execute is built into the shell (e.g. dir or copy). You do not need shell=True to run a batch file or console-based executable.
I want to get the user's location even when the App is in the background. I am using expo-location and expo-task-manager in the following manner:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Mar-07 at 07:06
Well after a week of battling it I finally found a solution. It turns out that the reason I am getting this error is simply because I am running this code on Expo which does not allow background location fetching. There is nothing wrong with the code, all I had to do was to build a standalone App (expo build:android) and the standalone version of the App worked just fine and could fetch background location 😁
I also passed an extra parameter to my Location.startLocationUpdatesAsync which increased the effectiveness of background-location fetching and actually allowed me to visualize that the App is fetching the background-location via a notification like this:
I want to queue QProcess in PyQt5 according to the spinBox value, as well as display text in textEdit using readAll (), but whatever value I specify in spinBox, the script runs only 1 time, and its result is not displayed in textEdit. Please tell me the solution. I just recently started learning python. Maybe it's still too difficult for me, but I would like to sort it out.
ANSWERAnswered 2021-May-15 at 18:42
The problem is that you're continuously creating a new instance of the MainWindow, so the spinbox used for tracking the number of processes always has the default initial value, 1.
You're also doing the same error more than once, and you're not even using the cached_property for the TaskManager.
A possible solution is to pass the main window instance to the task manager, so that it will use the actual value of the spinbox. Consider that this is not a very elegant solution, as the task manager should probably know nothing about the main window, and all communication should happen using more signals and slots.
I have a base template to extend:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-May-10 at 02:54
In your base template, you have a form tag without a closing tag. That's the problem add the closing tag and it will render your form.
I used Eclipse Birt Engine 4.4.2 (birt-runtime-4_4_2) in my project, And when i encrypt java classes with Jar2exe, even with not hiding "C:\fx.jar|META-INF*|com\javafx**" , Birt Engine class loader is not able to load report handler classes, Is there a way to pass this error?...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-May-02 at 05:20
Problem: According to the solution provided by the jar2exe official website, Every class has a ClassLoader that loads the class.
The ClassLoader of protected (encrypted) classes, is a special ClassLoader, while the ClassLoader of unprotected classes is another ClassLoader. When the program is to load a class or resource, it will use the ClassLoader of the current class by default, such as "Class.forName()". So in the Eclipse Birt program is to load protected resource within an unprotected class, the ClassLoader of the unprotected class cannot load the protected resources. In this problem, the program tried to load ReportHandler class from an unprotected ApplicationClassLoader class.
Solution: When a generated exe file runs, The context ClassLoader of the current thread, is a Special ClassLoader. So we tried to download the source of Eclipse Birt Engine and then changed the body of loadClass(className) method of ApplicationClassLoader class and replaced the following line:
I have a following template:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Apr-29 at 04:37
I can't see your full settings.py but I think the problem is in there. You need to add the actual directory. Here is an example from one of my projects, just copy/paste over yours and it should fix it:
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Apr-23 at 13:46
See https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/FLINK-12122. I think this issue is impacting your jobs. You can try either upgrading to Flink 1.9.2, or setting
cluster.evenly-spread-out-slots: true in the
No vulnerabilities reported
You can use TaskManager like any standard Java library. Please include the the jar files in your classpath. You can also use any IDE and you can run and debug the TaskManager component as you would do with any other Java program. Best practice is to use a build tool that supports dependency management such as Maven or Gradle. For Maven installation, please refer maven.apache.org. For Gradle installation, please refer gradle.org .
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