kandi X-RAY | LogView Summary
kandi X-RAY | LogView Summary
A android logcat library based on Lynx,so you can show your Android logcat in a float view.but it’s different. I think it is more useful for hybrid app.Because it's very simple to import and don't need other jars.
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Hook the list view
- Start the LogCat
- Update log filter
- Updates the trace level
- Initialize presenter
- Start logging
- Get the trace level
- Adds a trace object to the buffer
- Creates the instance
- Creates the log view
- Get device display width and height
- Writes logcat
- Read log cat
- Pause presenter visibility changes
- Initialize the view
- This method generates a hashCode of the text
- Returns true if they are equal
- Gets the view at the specified position
- Compares this TraceObject for equality
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So I have this project where I have two buttons and a ListView. The ListView is separated into it's own
UserControl with it's own
ViewModel which contains a
I'm using a
ContentPresenter to display that control because I will be using different views.
Currently, when I'm clicking the
Log button, it does in fact add the string to the collection, but the view doesn't update. And it keeps adding more and more everytime I click on it. (I've put a breakpoint inside
private void AddItemOne() to inspect it to prove that it adds items.)
Question Why doesn't my view update when I click the "Log" button even though it's adding items. It does add the first item if I hardcode it like this....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-May-24 at 15:18
Remove this from LogView.xaml:
I have minikube installed on Windows10, and I'm trying to work with Ingress Controller
$ minikube addons enable ingress
ANSWERAnswered 2021-May-07 at 12:07
As already discussed in the comments the Ingress Controller will be created in the
ingress-nginx namespace instead of the
kube-system namespace. Other than that the rest of the tutorial should work as expected.
I have the following (part of) XAML:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Feb-03 at 15:44
If you decide to use only
FlowDocumentScrollViewer you can bind
Document property to your property on view model.
Can anyone give me some advice. I am using
Microsoft.Extensions.DependencyInjection version 5.0.1 nuget package
I have many different views that are all based on LogBase. In logBase there are properties that are set and so I need to inject in the ConfigService:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Feb-07 at 14:48
You should define the parametrized constructor of
LogViews which should have
IConfigService instance being injected. The same can be passed to base constructor as shown below
I have been making
C++ example code to
I review fetchMore example over and over again.
Where is the wrong point in this conversion?
The biggest problems is in data method.
role is always
Here is the code....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jan-20 at 15:30
The problem is in the last return of
data(), which should not return 0.
When returning 0, the view or its delegate(s) try to convert the value in a suitable type for that role, and since one of the first roles requested by a view is the size hint (and cannot convert your returned "0" to a valid size hint), the result is that it will not request any other data: since the size is invalid, the item is considered hidden, thus there's no need to ask for other roles.
Just remove the
return 0 at the end of
data(), as the implicit
return is enough.
self.emit syntax you're using is considered obsolete, change that to
self.numberPopulated.emit(itemsToFetch); also, explicit overloads are not required for signals that only have a single signature, so you can remove the
I also suggest you to always leave at least a blank line between functions, as it makes your code much more readable.
I am trying to cleanup died storm jobs logs which stored in storm_log_path/workers-artifacts/
- my current approach is using cron job or log rotate to cleanup the directory but that is has a problem it is deleting logs even the job is running.
- what I am trying to do is using storm configuration to do this task as written in storm-documentation the Log Cleanup section this options should cleanup the logs and will never delete the logs of running jobs but it didn't work.
I am using storm 1.2.3 and my storm.yaml...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Dec-10 at 12:52
storm.yaml, you need to add
logviewer.cleanup.interval.secs: for the logviewer cleaner service to work. Restart the logviewer service afterwards.
Your question made me curious so I have done some digging, first through the storm docs, then through our cluster's logs, then through the storm source code.
Turns out the logviewer cleanup service does not have a default value configured and is initialized with
null. This is not mentioned in the docs, however, examining our own logviewer logs, this line popped to my eye:
2020-12-10 13:34:42.129 o.a.s.d.l.u.LogCleaner main [WARN] The interval for log cleanup is not set. Skip starting log cleanup thread.
Looking through the default config file and the storm sources made it clear there is no default value configured and the process is initialized with
null (this file, line 97), which actually does not start the cleanup service at all. Seems to me, that they forgot to mention that in their docs, so admins looking to configure the service would automatically set this.
After setting the value and restarting the logviewer, it immediately started cleaning the files, as I could see in the logs. So thanks for raising this question, it would have slipped my attention otherwise!
I'm trying to use Nvidia GPU capabilities on a Minikube cluster that uses the default Docker driver.
I'm able to use
nvidia-docker with the default
docker context, but when switching to
minikube docker-env I get the following error:
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Jun-15 at 10:16
This is a community wiki answer. Feel free to edit and expand it if needed.
Nvidia GPU is not officially supported with the docker driver for Minikube. This leaves you with two possible options:
I hope it helps.
I have the following classes:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Mar-25 at 07:24
You can only do a
Count() on an
LearnViews is an
What you want to do is :
LearnViews = g.Sum(v => v.LearnViews)
I have this method:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Mar-24 at 15:56
You can use the Null Object Pattern. Provide and overload looking like this:
I have a method that I call like this:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Mar-21 at 07:14
Use C# generics.
Also, in C# local variables should be
I assume your
Where clause is type-specific, which means you'll need to move that to a parameter. I assume this needs to be an
Expression<> over a
Func<> instead of just a pure
Func<> (it depends if you're using
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You can use LogView 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 LogView 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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