kandi X-RAY | AutoDeriv Summary
kandi X-RAY | AutoDeriv Summary
eclipse plugin that handle the 'derived' state of resources from a textual file.
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Invoked when a workspace changes
- Parses a single line
- Parse the rules file
- Handle the master conf file
- Decorate the given element
- Allow replacement for replace decoration
- Effective decorate a derived resource
- Load the icon
- User defined properties
- Discard cache UI settings
- Read the initial settings
- Launch the autoDerived plugin
- Start the workspace
- Do nothing
- Visit a resource change event
- Invoked when a configuration file changes
- This method is called when a node is not conf file changes
- Apply the rule to a resource
- Initialize the preferences
- Returns a string representation of the configuration
- Apply the derived resources to the project
- Performs the effective action on the project
- Stop the AutoDeriv plugin
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Trending Discussions on AutoDeriv
% in my makefile didn't work.
I've tested the makefile on ubuntu 16.04 x64.
My makefile code is that: Version 1...
ANSWERAnswered 2019-Jul-21 at 20:25
It doesn't work because
make knows how to build an object file (
.o) from a
.c source, is a built-in implicit rule
You can disable implicit rules, if you run your version 1 with
make -r it should run as expected.
.i file is removed because is an intermediate file, by default
make remove all intermediate files, you can avoid that by using
% rules in makefiles are referred as stem, pattern rules (not wildcards which are another thing)
You can run
make with the argument
--debug=all for a verbose log or a more verbose log
You have two more options to disable built-in rules and get version 1 working:
- override a specific built-in rule with an empty rule, just add
- disable all built-in rules adding an empty suffixes list
If you modify the suffix list, the only predefined suffix rules in effect will be those named by one or two of the suffixes that are on the list you specify
An additional option to disable built-in rules that I used in the past:
My question concerns the second solution offered by mixel here: Scala Circe with generics
Note that the trait named Auto in Circe has been renamed to AutoDerivation in the current version of Circe.
I am using the solution mixel provides in his StackOverflow solution but have not been able to get it to work. I have tried things like updating my Circe version to the most recent one and making sure the Macro Paradise plugin is imported, but still no luck.
Here is my code. The first is its own file, called CirceGeneric....
ANSWERAnswered 2019-Jul-11 at 05:47
You still need a
JsonDecoder context bound on
I updated my Xcode yesterday (version 9.0) and since then I cannot compile my code with clang anymore. It works great with with apple native compiler, but gives a compilation error with clang from macports. I will explain with more details now...
I usually use clang 4.0 because it has openmp support and I change in Xcode by creating a user-defined setting as in the following figure.
This has been working perfectly for some time until I updated to Xcode 9.0. Now, I get the following error from clang compiler:
cannot specify -o when generating multiple output files.
I researched a bit and a lot of people say this is because you may have .h files in the compilation table. I double checked and this is not my case. I also would think that this error would have happened with and older Xcode version.
Next, I am attaching the complete compilation command given by Xcode (it's a bit big though!)....
ANSWERAnswered 2017-Sep-21 at 10:48
Xcode 9.0 adds -index-store-path to the build command. It's not supported in clang yet. See this explanation.
You can remove it by disabling the build option Index-While-Building Functionality in Xcode.
No vulnerabilities reported
You can use AutoDeriv 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 AutoDeriv 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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