kandi X-RAY | Xpect Summary
kandi X-RAY | Xpect Summary
A unit- and integration-testing framework that stores test data in any kind of text files and is based on JUnit. The core focus of Xpect is on testing Xtext languages and supporting the process of designing Xtext languages.
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Collect all values from factories
- Gets type parameter bindings
- Determine the return type for the given method
- Check marker annotation
- Formats the index
- Paint the grid
- Prepare input
- Returns a replacement of this string
- Returns a string representation of the method
- Convert the argument to the type and name
- Retrieves the region of the given invocation
- Add arguments to the statement
- Extract tokens from input string
- Collects all of the factories from all generated values
- Removes all whitespace characters from the input string
- Returns the string representation of an issue
- Initialize the class
- Finds a URI provider for the given class
- Converts the text into a single line
- Returns the similarity of two strings
- Diff between tokens
- Overrides the default implementation of the hyperlink
- Parse extension factory factory
- Collect information about the extension extensions
- Create new instances of the given type via the given annotation
- Asserts that the given string matches the expected value
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I am having trouble updating a dictionary. i am just extracting certain fields within each key - but the output is not as expected. data, expected output and code are below. Thanks for looking, i appreciate any comments...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Nov-23 at 17:07
I intend to use difflib.SequenceMatcher() on the below PySpark data frames....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Mar-05 at 17:49
You are trying to compare each element from dataframe
tech with each element from dataframe
techno. The result of such an operation is a crossJoin. Unless either one side of this join is rather small or there is a way to reduce the amount of possible combinations (thus avoiding the cross join), this will be a very costly operation.
The actual code is straight forward: do the join, calculate the ratios of each pair with the help of an udf and then find the max for each element from
I am having fun with System.Numerics.Vector on .NET 4.7.2. As a first attempt, I coded a basic function to identify if there is a whitespace in an ASCII string. I implemented three versions of the function:
- classic for loop and
- vectorized version (SIMD).
I am surprised to see that the vectorized version is significantly slower than the classic for loop....
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Jul-02 at 17:52
The expensive part with
Vector is getting hold of the initialized
Vector in the first place - so the main trick that recent code uses is to cheat and use
MemoryMarshal.Cast<,>() to access existing memory by changing a
Span into a
Span>; in the case of
string, you'd probably have to use
ushort instead of
char to convince it that it knows what it is doing (
ushort are the same thing in memory terms), so:
I am creating an iOS ARKit app where I wanted to place a large object in Augmented Reality.
When I am trying to place the object at a particular position it always appears to be moving with the change in camera position and I am not able to view the object from all angles by changing the camera position.
But if I reduce it's scale value to 0.001 (Reducing the size of the object), I am able to view the object from all angles and the position of the placed object also does not change to that extent.
Bounding Box of the Object:-
Width = 3.66
Height = 1.83
Depth = 2.438
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Apr-23 at 12:24
I found out the root cause of the issue. The issue was related to the Model which I was using for AR. When, I replaced the model with the one provided in this link:- https://developer.apple.com/augmented-reality/quick-look/. I was not facing any issues. So, if anyone face such type of issues in future I would recommend to use any of the model provided by Apple to check if the issue persists with it or not.
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The Fast Way: Download OOMPH and point it to Xpect.setup. The Manual Way: Prerequisite: Java 1.8 or newer; Eclipse 3.8 or 4.2 or newer; Xtext 2.9.2.
Clone https://github.com/eclipse/Xpect (this repository)
Import all projects into your Eclipse workspace.
Set target platform to /org.eclipse.xpect.releng/target-platforms/eclipse_4_6_3-xtext_2_9_2/org.eclipse.xpect.target.eclipse_4_6_3-xtext_2_9_2.target (Preferences -> Plug-in Development -> Target Platform)
Run /org.eclipse.xpect/src/org/eclipse/xpect/GenerateXpect.mwe2, /org.xtext.example.arithmetics/src/org/eclipse/xpect/example/arithmetics/GenerateXpect.mwe2, /org.xtext.example.domainmodel/src/org/xtext/example/domainmodel/GenerateDomainmodel.mwe2. Now your projects should be without errors markers. Sometimes, even after these steps, several projects still have error markers. However, this is a refresh problem in Eclipse. Simply clean build the projects with error markers will solve the issues.
Run "mvn clean install" to build artefacts and create a p2 repository (formerly known as update site).
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