kandi X-RAY | CommonLib Summary
kandi X-RAY | CommonLib Summary
Home brew android common lib.
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Handle a touch event
- Dispatches the touch event to the child view
- Generate a new MMBe from the input stream
- Read a bitmap from an input stream
- Read length from stream
- Override handleTouchEvent method
- Dispatches the touch event to the child view
- Decodes a photo
- On touch event
- Returns the node index for the given x
- Decodes a photo from an input stream
- Handle touch event
- Called when a pull is pressed
- Initializes this window
- Decode the contents of a file
- Called when a pull has completed
- Override start touch event
- Parse network response
- Writes the value to the client
- Initialize internal data
- Draws the BigBitmap image
- Convert to json
- Opens the cache
- Handles a touch event
- Initialize bitmap
- Stops the server
- Completes an edit
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Trending Discussions on CommonLib
How to get rid of warnings from Build output?
All projects in solution are targeting .NET Framework 4.7. It's a huge solution with 50+ projects which I am new to. Not sure what change caused these warnings, probably adding System.Web.Http.SelfHost.dll assembly. Build output spills this no matter the assembly redirects binding. Also, I'm using Visual Studio 2019 (looks like the source dll for reference System.Net.Http v4.2)....
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-17 at 16:04
Per suggestion and since I needed to use version 4.2, I have copied out the corresponding version to repository and added reference to it.
Trying to run an .NET Core web api application in the browser but keep getting the following error:
HTTP Error 500.0 - ANCM In-Process Handler Load Failure
I'm using .NET Framework 5
VS 2019 Community Version 16.11.8
The following .NET Core components have been installed:
- ASP.NET Core Runtime 5.0.13
- ASP.NET Core Hosting Bundle
- .NET Desktop Runtime 5.0.13
AspNetCoreModuleV2 is installed and present under:
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-12 at 04:44
You just have to set your process from
OutOfProcess from properties.
try this for your reference.
I want to check if PATH in windows server contains some string. If it doesn't I wish to add it to the PATH. I want to add this "CommonLib" folder. I try to do it immediately in IF clause:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Sep-30 at 09:04
You can use the
not operator with the
Tendermint in one of my projects but have never used it before so I am trying to implement a very simple example from here first:
https://docs.tendermint.com/master/tutorials/java.html but in
(Download: Minimal Example)
I have created a simple
GRPC Service trying to follow the guide as closely as possible:
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Sep-14 at 12:32
[@artur's] comment got me thinking and I have finally figured it out. Actually, even before I posted this question, my first thought was that this should indeed be
http, despite the documentation saying otherwise, but no,
http://127.0.0.1:5020 wouldn't work. So I tried to put it in
.toml file instead, I have even tried with
https, but also without luck. Trying with
http didn't throw any errors, unlike in the case when address was preceeded with
tcp, it was just hanging on
Waiting for Echo message (similarly to when pointing to the wrong address, which was weird). I've been always, eventually reverting to the
tcp version. The solution was simple, remove protocol altogether...
The documentation doesn't give any clues, so for completion, at least when working with
C# (.NET 5), there are 3 things that you HAVE TO DO to make it work, all of them are trivial but you have to figure them out by yourself first:
- Remove protocol from your configuration when pointing to the proxy app:
127.0.0.1:and YES, it will throw regardless if you have protocol specified in the
.tomlfile or as a flag in the console.
- The flag is
- Additionally to following the tutorial, you also have to EXPLICITLY override and implement
InitChain(), otherwise it will throw an
Since my understanding of
Tendermint is still scarce, the initial approach had some design issues. Here is the code for anybody facing similar problems:
I am trying to integrate zoom in my application. For that, I followed this link [https://marketplace.zoom.us/docs/sdk/native-sdks/android/getting-started/prerequisites]
I've created a new android project where I've imported the .aar files from zoom SDK as well as imported the dependencies but when I try to run this in my main application I get this error....
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Sep-20 at 16:20
You have to import both commonlib.aar and mobilertc.aar . And inside your gradle paste this two implementation project(":commonlib") implementation project(":mobilertc")
I'm trying to integrate SOAP with PHP, but the example given is C #.
I've been trying for a long time, but I guess I couldn't send the parameters correctly.
Example c# code;...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Oct-31 at 10:27
Your example SOAP request shows the password key is "passWord" (notice the capital W) but in your PHP you send "password". So there is nothing wrong with the PHP code except for the data array should be:
I have multiple projects (subdirectories) inside my repository. All projects have only one executable file named
main.cpp and they all use libraries from the
common folder with
#include statements. The folder structure looks like this:
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Jun-26 at 19:27
CMakeLists.txt to your
I'm new to azure devops, migrating from teamcity. I use classic editor, not yaml (sorry)
Let's say we have pipeline for common library:
And we have pipeline which build a suite of tools (all of them dependent on CommonLib):
On start of this pipeline we download artifacts from CommonLib.
The thing that
CommonLib updated not frequently and we can save some time if we will build it only when it was changed.
In TeamCity I can set direct dependency and so when I manually trigger
ToolsSuite it able to see if
CommonLib was changed or no and rebuild if needed. In this way I'm sure that will get latest artifacts from
I want to have same in Azure pipeline and I'm able to set trigger on
ToolsSuite pipeline for Build Completion to trigger on
CommonLib build complete. But that does not ensure at all that
CommonLib will be built by trigger during manual start of
ToolsSuite, so there is risk that we can get not latest artifacts. To solve it - we can set
CommonLib to start build when there is new pushed commits. Without this trigger we have a high risk that we will get old artifacts without any notice (unless build of tools will fail).
I just want to be 100% sure that
ToolsSuite will get latest from
CommonLib. And current approach in azure looks not safe from this point. If trigger on
CommonLib will be accidently changed by someone we might get in bad situation with
ToolsSuite use old artifacts.
Am I getting the logic of azure pipelines right ?
Should I just put build of
CommonLib as a first agent job for
ToolsSuite and have only one pipeline for it?
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Jun-12 at 19:12
There is no way in Azure Pipeline to trigger another pipeline on-demand in case it has unbuilt changes.
The Azure Pipelines way is to do what you have described:
- Configure CI for
- Configure Pipeline Completion trigger for
CommonLibin the pipeline of
There is no way, apart from permissions, to enforce the CI trigger on
CommonLib. This is easier to protect in YAML, as you can setup a Pull Request policy to require review changes to the YAML file.
The Download Pipeline Artifact & Download Build Artifact tasks have a Branch and a Tag filter option.
And you can add a branch-filter to the build completion trigger:
Hi i add a library pyodbc into my pipfile, when i run the command docker-compose up app-name and run the dockerfile config i get an error when try to install dependency from pipfile.lock my python version is 3.7.4...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Jun-04 at 04:07
You need to install
unixodbc-dev package. You can install it by;
I generate a nuget package using my nuspec file below:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-May-06 at 02:14
Embedded into NuGet package icon doesn't appear in VS
Actually, this is a well-known issue for nuget and for creating our own nuget feed, package source, or local address, the nuget icon cannot be displayed in the package manage UI. See this similar issue.
So if you add comments in this github link to get the staff's attention so that they can focus on the issue and fix it.
In your situation, you use private local nuget feed to install such nuget package and it cannot be realized and the latest version
nuget.exe v5.5.1 does not support this so far.
Please upload your nuget package into nuget.org website an then use
nuget.org nuget feed to install your nuget package.
nuget.org supports the sustom icon to show your nuget package.
And then you can directly use
nuget.org to install your own nuget package.
l have test it:
Besides, you could suggest this feature in Our User Voice Forum to reflect your thoughts
No vulnerabilities reported
You can use CommonLib 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 CommonLib 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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