kandi X-RAY | Rectify Summary
kandi X-RAY | Rectify Summary
[WIP] A sample Android application that performs perspective correction.
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Draws the contour outlines of contours
- Draws contour outlines
- Determine the contours of the binary image
- Compares circles
- Calculates the optical flow for a sparse feature set
- Computes the optical flow for a sparse feature set
- Searches for circles
- Calculates the fundamental matrix from two points
- Finds the fundamental matrix from two points
- Computes the histogram of the given arrays
- Saves an image to a file
- Saves the image to a file
- Performs a forward or inverse transform of a floating - point matrix
- Computes the dft
- Detects lines inside a binary image
- Finds line segments inside a binary image
- Computes a 2D histogram for the given colors
- Delivers the camera frame to be drawn
- Convert a vector to a matrix
- Convert a vector to a mat matrix
- Calculates the size of a text box
- Predicts a label for a given image
- Calculate the hash code
- Rectify 3 matrices
- Starts the preview of the camera view
- Registers an install dialog
- Training a factory method
- Called when a button is clicked
- Called when the manager is connected
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I'm struggling to debug a
NextJS API that is working in development (via localhost) but is silently failing in production.
Below, the two
console.log statements are not returning, so I suspect that the
textToSpeech call is not executing correctly, potentially in time?
I'm not sure how to rectify, happy to debug as directed to resolve this!...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-07 at 19:36
Replace the async fragments something like this, assuming they are meant to be executed sequentially.
I'm getting this error when I put a Navigator in
.then method of an async function called when the submit button is pressed.
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-23 at 15:17
your then method always return a value, even if your future is void, so you need to change your code to:
I am trying to convert a list of objects as a json string in shared preferences.
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-04 at 08:04
I have been writing a code in RStudio and using TinyTex to compile my pdf. I wrote the following code in an RSweave file in RStudio:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-30 at 17:55
The problem is completely unrelated to any r libraries. The reason why you only see it if you fix the r errors is that then your document is more than one page long and you actually get to see your fancy headers (the first page uses a different pagestyle, thus no error with only one page).
As the error messages says, the actual problem is that
\theauthor is not defined. You manually define it for the title, you must also define it for the author.
When I copy the exact sample code and export my
AWS_SECRET_ACCESS_KEY of my authorised user, the
PUT index/type/id request to add an item is successful:
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-24 at 13:39
i also had this issue, using the same tutorial
reading the docs on request body searches, i found it states the following:
Note The _search API accepts HTTP GET and POST for request body searches, but not all HTTP clients support adding a request body to a GET request. POST is the more universal choice.
changing my method to
POST solved the issue for me
The following pages are the code of projects:
If i am using
token = jwt.encode(payload,'secret', algorithm='HS256').decode('utf-8') statement
'str' object has no attribute 'decode'
error is occuring. Also, when I am removing and using it without
.decode('utf-8') and proceeding with the further code. it is working fine. But when I am applying
payload = jwt.decode(token, 'secret', algorithm=['HS256'])
It is required that you pass in a value for the "algorithms" argument when calling decode()"
This above-mentioned error is occurring. Please Help me to rectify this error. This is the mentioned error that saying algorithms argument when calling decode() error should be rectified.
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-11 at 08:21
You're missing an 's', the parameter is called "algorithms" in the decode function:
Recently updated from Kotlin
I have this class which used to compile no problem...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Dec-06 at 07:56
My Gradle couldn't find the redacted-gradle-plugin but both of your classes compiles with this minimalistic build.gradle.kts:
I am getting an error message with Xcode 13 on the following code...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Aug-12 at 08:49
See this Swift bug for an explanation and workaround from the Swift compiler team.
This is intentional. The ABI of enum cases with payloads that are potentially unavailable is not well-defined. That this worked in the past was by coincidence of your application not requiring the (potentially unavailable) type metadata for the payload. Please either increase your deployment target or mark Foo itself as available as the least-available case. https://github.com/apple/swift/pull/36327
So you either need to mark the whole enum as
@available(iOS 13.0, *) or need to increase your deployment target to
I'm using Axios to post to a remote API. Although it has worked great for several years, the requests have suddenly started throwing an error "certificate has expired' - despite the fact that the certificate has not expired. The API's domain has a working Let's Encrypt cert which isn't up for its next auto-renewal for another 2 months. In addition, if I run the exact same code on a different OS, it works (I'm on Linux; if I reboot the same dual-boot machine to Windows, the same node script successfully completes all of its Axios calls).
Why might Axios have suddenly started reporting an expired certificate, when the certificate is not expired?
(Note: I'm aware that I can force Axios not to check the cert at all, but that is not the desired solution - I'd like to understand why it's failing and rectify it)....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Oct-05 at 04:13
(note edits 10/05)
nodejs should successfully connect to a server using a LetsEncrypt cert with the 'compatibility' chain (i.e. still using the bridge to DST, even though it's expired, for old Android) IF
it has the ISRG root cert in its truststore aka root list. By default nodejs uses a compiled-in root list and v8.0.0 up contains the ISRG root. However application code like axios can replace or extend the compiled-in list, in which case it's the version/contents used by the application that matter.
AND nodejs uses OpenSSL 1.1.0 up (my previous belief that 1.1.1 was needed proved wrong on more thorough testing) OR the DST root is removed from the truststore (you can't remove it from the compiled-in list, but if you use a replacement list, you can omit/remove it from that).
On Linux, at least a Linux distro with a package manager, nodejs is probably built to use the system-supplied OpenSSL; check what the package manager shows for dependencies, or whether
ldd $(which node)lists some version of
libcrypto(noting that different systems/packagers sometimes use version numbers for these library files that are related to, but NOT the same as, the OpenSSL version they contain!).
On Windows, OpenSSL is usually not installed, and when it is, not necessarily in a fixed place, so nodejs is normally built to use its own (static-linked) OpenSSL. In this case the version of nodejs must be new enough, and I don't know what the mapping is, but it appears yours is sufficient.
Following program compiles(in f2py) when the subroutine doesn't contain any internal procedures but fails to compile in f2py (compiles with gfortran) when it contains any internal procedure
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Oct-12 at 13:07
EDIT: The better way is to use f2py is "the smart way"
just doing this works well
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You can use Rectify 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 Rectify 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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