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Alexei | DEPRECATED - An Image Processing Interface for Android | Computer Vision library

 by   thiagokimo Java Version: 1.4 License: Apache-2.0

 by   thiagokimo Java Version: 1.4 License: Apache-2.0

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kandi X-RAY | Alexei Summary

Alexei is a Java library typically used in Artificial Intelligence, Computer Vision applications. Alexei has no bugs, it has no vulnerabilities, it has build file available, it has a Permissive License and it has low support. You can download it from GitHub, Maven.
A type-safe interface of image processing algorithms.
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  • Alexei has a low active ecosystem.
  • It has 182 star(s) with 35 fork(s). There are 9 watchers for this library.
  • It had no major release in the last 12 months.
  • There are 1 open issues and 2 have been closed. On average issues are closed in 110 days. There are no pull requests.
  • It has a neutral sentiment in the developer community.
  • The latest version of Alexei is 1.4
Alexei Support
Best in #Computer Vision
Average in #Computer Vision
Alexei Support
Best in #Computer Vision
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  • Alexei has 0 bugs and 0 code smells.
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Best in #Computer Vision
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Alexei Quality
Best in #Computer Vision
Average in #Computer Vision

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  • Alexei has no vulnerabilities reported, and its dependent libraries have no vulnerabilities reported.
  • Alexei code analysis shows 0 unresolved vulnerabilities.
  • There are 0 security hotspots that need review.
Alexei Security
Best in #Computer Vision
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Alexei Security
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  • Alexei is licensed under the Apache-2.0 License. This license is Permissive.
  • Permissive licenses have the least restrictions, and you can use them in most projects.
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Alexei License
Best in #Computer Vision
Average in #Computer Vision

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  • Alexei releases are available to install and integrate.
  • Deployable package is available in Maven.
  • Build file is available. You can build the component from source.
  • Installation instructions, examples and code snippets are available.
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Alexei Reuse
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Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA

kandi has reviewed Alexei and discovered the below as its top functions. This is intended to give you an instant insight into Alexei implemented functionality, and help decide if they suit your requirements.

  • Blur bitmap .
  • Setup the drawer .
  • Invoked when a navigation drawer item is selected .
  • Calculates the most common color .
  • Performs a sheculus algorithm .
  • Perform the calculation
  • Get the real path from the content uri
  • Shows the user .
  • Fill the palette with the palette color .
  • Start a new instance with the given Context .

Alexei Key Features

DEPRECATED - An Image Processing Interface for Android

Setup

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dependencies {
    compile 'com.github.thiagokimo:alexei-library:1.4'
}

Usage

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Alexei.with(context)
      .analyze(image)
      .perform(calculus)
      .showMe(answer);

Example

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Alexei.with(context)
      .analyze(imageView)
      .perform(ImageProcessingThing.DOMINANT_COLOR)
      .showMe(new Answer<Color>(){
        @Override
        public void beforeExecution() {
          // anything you want to define before the calculation
        }

        @Override
        public void afterExecution(Color answer, long elapsedTime) {
            // your usual things after the calculation
        }

        @Override
        public void ifFails(Exception error) {
          // when shit happens, do your stuff here!
        }
      });

Custom Calculus

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Alexei.with(context)
        .analyze(image)
        .perform(new Calculus<YourObject>() {
            @Override
            protected YourObject theCalculation(Bitmap image) {

                // do your bizarre stuff here!

                return new YourObject();
            }
        })
        .showMe(new Answer<YourObject>() {
            @Override
            public void beforeExecution() {}

            @Override
            public void afterExecution(YourObject answer, long elapsedTime) {}

            @Override
            public void ifFails(Exception error) {}
        });

Custom Executor

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Alexei
    .with(context)
    .analyze(image)
    .perform(calculus)
    .withExecutor(YOUR_CUSTOM_EXECUTOR_HERE)
    .showMe(answer);

License

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Copyright 2011, 2012 Thiago Rocha

Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License");
you may not use this file except in compliance with the License.
You may obtain a copy of the License at

   http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0

Unless required by applicable law or agreed to in writing, software
distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS IS" BASIS,
WITHOUT WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF ANY KIND, either express or implied.
See the License for the specific language governing permissions and
limitations under the License.

Cmake does not see OpenCL

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Could NOT find OpenCL (missing: OpenCL_LIBRARY OpenCL_INCLUDE_DIR)

Javascript arrays email substring into full name, firstname and lastname

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const Names = (emails) => {
  emails.forEach(i => {
    const indexDot = i.indexOf(".");
    const indexAt = i.lastIndexOf("@");
    console.log("firstname", i.substring(0, indexDot));
    console.log("fullname", i.substring(0, indexAt));
    console.log("lastname", i.substring(indexDot+1, indexAt));
  })
};
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const emails = [ "peter.pittman@taitos.com", "ayden.reed@starkindustries.ss", "kiefer.franks@amazonia.hk", "oz.mcguire@tortelloni.zw", "ellisandro.noble@bluthhousing.party", "alyas.briggs@taitos.ninja", "windsor.raymond@hungryhungyhippopottumoses.co.uk", "daniyal.brock@hungryhungyhippopottumoses.ug", "samatar.benson@duffbeer.org", "jaime.freeman@gringottsbank.li", "aaron.pace@starkindustries.org", "guerin.mcgowan@taitos.li", "believe.cote@virtucon.hk", "abdalroof.ray@oscorp.co.uk", "blake.barrett@tortelloni.org", "bradlie.brooks@dundermifflin.ug", "rayyan.garza@tortelloni.ug", "declan.wood@dundermifflin.ug", "tymon.blackburn@oscorp.com", "joash.duffy@wonkaindustries.ug", "aleksander.ford@umbrellacorporation.fi", "jaida.colon@macrosloft.se", "jevan.jensen@lospolloshermanos.zw", "abubakar.palmer@dundermifflin.org", "cator.joyce@lospolloshermanos.org", "valen.henry@gringottsbank.co.uk", "taylor-jay.blackburn@wonkaindustries.ug", "leonardo.mcfadden@goldenstatuettes.co.uk", "noel.schneider@hungryhungyhippopottumoses.co.uk", "will.osborne@tasavallanpresidentti.com","arda.aguilar@oscorp.fi", "omri.walls@virtucon.ug", "lliam.briggs@tortelloni.se", "kris.lester@amazonia.fi", "skye.soto@wonkaindustries.se", "dermot.vang@goldenstatuettes.com", "cruiz.simmons@cookykitchens.co.uk"],
    users = emails.map(mail => {
      const [fullName] =  mail.split('@');
      const [firstName, lastName] = fullName.split('.');
      return { fullName: `${firstName}${lastName}`, firstName, lastName };
    });
console.log(users);
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const emails = [ "peter.pittman@taitos.com", "ayden.reed@starkindustries.ss", "kiefer.franks@amazonia.hk", "oz.mcguire@tortelloni.zw", "ellisandro.noble@bluthhousing.party", "alyas.briggs@taitos.ninja", "windsor.raymond@hungryhungyhippopottumoses.co.uk", "daniyal.brock@hungryhungyhippopottumoses.ug", "samatar.benson@duffbeer.org", "jaime.freeman@gringottsbank.li", "aaron.pace@starkindustries.org", "guerin.mcgowan@taitos.li", "believe.cote@virtucon.hk", "abdalroof.ray@oscorp.co.uk", "blake.barrett@tortelloni.org", "bradlie.brooks@dundermifflin.ug", "rayyan.garza@tortelloni.ug", "declan.wood@dundermifflin.ug", "tymon.blackburn@oscorp.com", "joash.duffy@wonkaindustries.ug", "aleksander.ford@umbrellacorporation.fi", "jaida.colon@macrosloft.se", "jevan.jensen@lospolloshermanos.zw", "abubakar.palmer@dundermifflin.org", "cator.joyce@lospolloshermanos.org", "valen.henry@gringottsbank.co.uk", "taylor-jay.blackburn@wonkaindustries.ug", "leonardo.mcfadden@goldenstatuettes.co.uk", "noel.schneider@hungryhungyhippopottumoses.co.uk", "will.osborne@tasavallanpresidentti.com","arda.aguilar@oscorp.fi", "omri.walls@virtucon.ug", "lliam.briggs@tortelloni.se", "kris.lester@amazonia.fi", "skye.soto@wonkaindustries.se", "dermot.vang@goldenstatuettes.com", "cruiz.simmons@cookykitchens.co.uk"],
    users = emails.map(mail => {
      const [fullName] =  mail.split('@');
      const [firstName, lastName] = fullName.split('.');
      return { fullName: `${firstName}${lastName}`, firstName, lastName };
    });
console.log(users);
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const emails=["peter.pittman@taitos.com","ayden.reed@starkindustries.ss","kiefer.franks@amazonia.hk","oz.mcguire@tortelloni.zw","ellisandro.noble@bluthhousing.party","alyas.briggs@taitos.ninja","windsor.raymond@hungryhungyhippopottumoses.co.uk","daniyal.brock@hungryhungyhippopottumoses.ug"]

let re = /^(?<first>\w+)\.(?<second>\w+)@/

let result = emails.map(e => {
    let {first,second} = e.match(re).groups
    return {fulll:first+second,first,second}
})

console.log(result)
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const emails = [
  "peter.pittman@taitos.com",
  "ayden.reed@starkindustries.ss",
  "kiefer.franks@amazonia.hk",
  "oz.mcguire@tortelloni.zw",
  "ellisandro.noble@bluthhousing.party",
  "alyas.briggs@taitos.ninja",
  "windsor.raymond@hungryhungyhippopottumoses.co.uk",
  "daniyal.brock@hungryhungyhippopottumoses.ug",
  "samatar.benson@duffbeer.org",
  "jaime.freeman@gringottsbank.li",
  "aaron.pace@starkindustries.org",
  "guerin.mcgowan@taitos.li",
  "believe.cote@virtucon.hk",
  "abdalroof.ray@oscorp.co.uk",
  "blake.barrett@tortelloni.org",
  "bradlie.brooks@dundermifflin.ug",
  "rayyan.garza@tortelloni.ug",
  "declan.wood@dundermifflin.ug",
  "tymon.blackburn@oscorp.com",
  "joash.duffy@wonkaindustries.ug",
  "aleksander.ford@umbrellacorporation.fi",
  "jaida.colon@macrosloft.se",
  "jevan.jensen@lospolloshermanos.zw",
  "abubakar.palmer@dundermifflin.org",
  "cator.joyce@lospolloshermanos.org",
  "valen.henry@gringottsbank.co.uk",
  "taylor-jay.blackburn@wonkaindustries.ug",
  "leonardo.mcfadden@goldenstatuettes.co.uk",
  "noel.schneider@hungryhungyhippopottumoses.co.uk",
  "will.osborne@tasavallanpresidentti.com",
  "arda.aguilar@oscorp.fi",
  "omri.walls@virtucon.ug",
  "lliam.briggs@tortelloni.se",
  "kris.lester@amazonia.fi",
  "skye.soto@wonkaindustries.se",
  "dermot.vang@goldenstatuettes.com",
  "cruiz.simmons@cookykitchens.co.uk",
  "tymoteusz.riley@tortelloni.fi",
  "kaidyn.hays@aperaturescience.party",
  "apisai.fletcher@oscorp.co.uk",
  "kedrick.mcfadden@cookykitchens.com",
  "archibald.elliott@gringottsbank.hk",
  "kjae.hurley@umbrellacorporation.com",
  "tymon.nielsen@hungryhungyhippopottumoses.fi",
  "james.dejesus@amazonia.party",
  "reno.silva@gringottsbank.ug",
  "tayyib.brooks@taitos.ss",
  "cormack.alexander@duffbeer.ss",
  "obieluem.guerra@umbrellacorporation.party",
  "hector.moran@dundermifflin.co.uk",
  "logan.parrish@wonkaindustries.com",
  "robin.rivers@starkindustries.zw",
  "albie.spence@tasavallanpresidentti.hk",
  "qasim.schwartz@duffbeer.zw",
  "aodhan.cooper@tasavallanpresidentti.org",
  "eassan.hobbs@lospolloshermanos.org",
  "parkash.juarez@wonkaindustries.party",
  "teos.horton@haxhoont.se",
  "kuba.larsen@duffbeer.ninja",
  "eisa.beard@umbrellacorporation.li",
  "hamza.french@starkindustries.org",
  "sung.randall@taitos.ss",
  "samir.bond@virtucon.org",
  "conlyn.mckee@goldenstatuettes.com",
  "thiago.hooper@starkindustries.com",
  "demetrius.holland@macrosloft.zw",
  "uchenna.oneill@hungryhungyhippopottumoses.zw",
  "windsor.steele@hungryhungyhippopottumoses.fi",
  "keiryn.macias@tasavallanpresidentti.org",
  "kehinde.allen@cookykitchens.hk",
  "yuri.ramirez@macrosloft.zw",
  "ruan.perez@umbrellacorporation.org",
  "dyllon.young@dundermifflin.zw",
  "lockey.mcmahon@goldenstatuettes.fi",
  "lyndsay.haynes@goldenstatuettes.ninja",
  "dareh.grimes@macrosloft.co.uk",
  "veeran.vinson@cookykitchens.fi",
  "jayke.schroeder@lospolloshermanos.org",
  "aronas.berry@bluthhousing.li",
  "jonothan.donaldson@gringottsbank.zw",
  "kenzeigh.weber@umbrellacorporation.se",
  "cesare.huber@tasavallanpresidentti.com",
  "uzair.harris@virtucon.ninja",
  "kelan.yates@taitos.co.uk",
  "thomson.gonzales@bluthhousing.co.uk",
  "keaton.green@umbrellacorporation.hk",
  "jazeb.kinney@duffbeer.co.uk",
  "ronald.flores@starkindustries.hk",
  "alastair.moses@umbrellacorporation.se",
  "ogheneochuko.ratliff@aperaturescience.se",
  "kenton.conley@gringottsbank.ninja",
  "kashif.trujillo@bluthhousing.hk",
  "saghun.ayers@taitos.hk",
  "kamil.eaton@lospolloshermanos.org",
  "bailee.henson@goldenstatuettes.li",
  "alexei.stanton@haxhoont.li",
  "basher.clarke@taitos.li",
]



const Names = (emails) => {
  emails.map(i => {
    console.log("firstname:", i.substring(0, i.indexOf(".")),
                ", fullname:", i.substring(0, i.lastIndexOf("@")).replace(".", ""),
                ", lastname:", i.substring(i.indexOf(".")+1, i.lastIndexOf("@")));
  })
};

Names(emails)
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^([^\s@.]+)\.([^\s@.]+)@[^\s@]+$
const emails = ["peter.pittman@taitos.com", "peter@taitos.com"]
let regex = /^([^\s@.]+)\.([^\s@.]+)@[^\s@]+$/

let result = emails.map(s => {
  let m = s.match(regex);
  if (m) {
    return {
      "fullname": m[1] + m[2],
      "firstname": m[1],
      "lastname": m[2]
    }
  }
  return s;
})

console.log(result)
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^([^\s@.]+)\.([^\s@.]+)@[^\s@]+$
const emails = ["peter.pittman@taitos.com", "peter@taitos.com"]
let regex = /^([^\s@.]+)\.([^\s@.]+)@[^\s@]+$/

let result = emails.map(s => {
  let m = s.match(regex);
  if (m) {
    return {
      "fullname": m[1] + m[2],
      "firstname": m[1],
      "lastname": m[2]
    }
  }
  return s;
})

console.log(result)

process name (comm) as key for BPF map

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class procName(Structure):
    _fields_ = [("name", (c_char_p*16))]
myFirst = procName(('p','y','t','h','o','n','\0'))
class procName(Structure):
    _fields_ = [("name", (c_char*16))]

s = "python"

mySecond = procName()
mySecond.name = s
from bcc import BPF
from bcc.utils import printb
from bcc.syscall import syscall_name, syscalls
import ctypes
from ctypes import *

b = BPF(text = """

#include <linux/string.h>

struct procName {
    char name[16];
};

BPF_HASH(attempt, struct procName, u32);

TRACEPOINT_PROBE(raw_syscalls, sys_exit)
{
    u32 *myVal;
    struct procName key;
    bpf_get_current_comm(&(key.name),16);

    myVal = attempt.lookup(&key);

    if (myVal)
    {
        bpf_trace_printk("values: %d\\n", *myVal);
    }

    return 0;

}
""")

class procName(Structure):
    _fields_ = [("name", (c_char*16))]

trialUpload = b["attempt"]

s = "python"

mySecond = procName()
mySecond.name = s
trialUpload[mySecond] = c_int(5)

while 1:
    try:
        (task, pid, cpu, flags, ts, msg) = b.trace_fields()
    except KeyboardInterrupt:
        print("Detaching")
        exit()
    print("%-18.9f %-16s %-6d %s" % (ts, task, pid, msg))
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class procName(Structure):
    _fields_ = [("name", (c_char_p*16))]
myFirst = procName(('p','y','t','h','o','n','\0'))
class procName(Structure):
    _fields_ = [("name", (c_char*16))]

s = "python"

mySecond = procName()
mySecond.name = s
from bcc import BPF
from bcc.utils import printb
from bcc.syscall import syscall_name, syscalls
import ctypes
from ctypes import *

b = BPF(text = """

#include <linux/string.h>

struct procName {
    char name[16];
};

BPF_HASH(attempt, struct procName, u32);

TRACEPOINT_PROBE(raw_syscalls, sys_exit)
{
    u32 *myVal;
    struct procName key;
    bpf_get_current_comm(&(key.name),16);

    myVal = attempt.lookup(&key);

    if (myVal)
    {
        bpf_trace_printk("values: %d\\n", *myVal);
    }

    return 0;

}
""")

class procName(Structure):
    _fields_ = [("name", (c_char*16))]

trialUpload = b["attempt"]

s = "python"

mySecond = procName()
mySecond.name = s
trialUpload[mySecond] = c_int(5)

while 1:
    try:
        (task, pid, cpu, flags, ts, msg) = b.trace_fields()
    except KeyboardInterrupt:
        print("Detaching")
        exit()
    print("%-18.9f %-16s %-6d %s" % (ts, task, pid, msg))
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class procName(Structure):
    _fields_ = [("name", (c_char_p*16))]
myFirst = procName(('p','y','t','h','o','n','\0'))
class procName(Structure):
    _fields_ = [("name", (c_char*16))]

s = "python"

mySecond = procName()
mySecond.name = s
from bcc import BPF
from bcc.utils import printb
from bcc.syscall import syscall_name, syscalls
import ctypes
from ctypes import *

b = BPF(text = """

#include <linux/string.h>

struct procName {
    char name[16];
};

BPF_HASH(attempt, struct procName, u32);

TRACEPOINT_PROBE(raw_syscalls, sys_exit)
{
    u32 *myVal;
    struct procName key;
    bpf_get_current_comm(&(key.name),16);

    myVal = attempt.lookup(&key);

    if (myVal)
    {
        bpf_trace_printk("values: %d\\n", *myVal);
    }

    return 0;

}
""")

class procName(Structure):
    _fields_ = [("name", (c_char*16))]

trialUpload = b["attempt"]

s = "python"

mySecond = procName()
mySecond.name = s
trialUpload[mySecond] = c_int(5)

while 1:
    try:
        (task, pid, cpu, flags, ts, msg) = b.trace_fields()
    except KeyboardInterrupt:
        print("Detaching")
        exit()
    print("%-18.9f %-16s %-6d %s" % (ts, task, pid, msg))
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class procName(Structure):
    _fields_ = [("name", (c_char_p*16))]
myFirst = procName(('p','y','t','h','o','n','\0'))
class procName(Structure):
    _fields_ = [("name", (c_char*16))]

s = "python"

mySecond = procName()
mySecond.name = s
from bcc import BPF
from bcc.utils import printb
from bcc.syscall import syscall_name, syscalls
import ctypes
from ctypes import *

b = BPF(text = """

#include <linux/string.h>

struct procName {
    char name[16];
};

BPF_HASH(attempt, struct procName, u32);

TRACEPOINT_PROBE(raw_syscalls, sys_exit)
{
    u32 *myVal;
    struct procName key;
    bpf_get_current_comm(&(key.name),16);

    myVal = attempt.lookup(&key);

    if (myVal)
    {
        bpf_trace_printk("values: %d\\n", *myVal);
    }

    return 0;

}
""")

class procName(Structure):
    _fields_ = [("name", (c_char*16))]

trialUpload = b["attempt"]

s = "python"

mySecond = procName()
mySecond.name = s
trialUpload[mySecond] = c_int(5)

while 1:
    try:
        (task, pid, cpu, flags, ts, msg) = b.trace_fields()
    except KeyboardInterrupt:
        print("Detaching")
        exit()
    print("%-18.9f %-16s %-6d %s" % (ts, task, pid, msg))

version name set to Text widget -> Failed assertion: pos 10: 'data != null'

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_textVersion =
          "ver" + packageInfo.version + "(" + packageInfo.buildNumber + ")";
class SignInForm extends StatefulWidget {
  @override
  _SignInFormState createState() => _SignInFormState();
}

class _SignInFormState extends State<SignInForm> {
  String _textVersion = "";

  @override
  void initState() {
    PackageInfo.fromPlatform().then((PackageInfo packageInfo) {
      setState(() {
        _textVersion =
            "ver" + packageInfo.version + "(" + packageInfo.buildNumber + ")";
      });
    });
    super.initState();
  }

  @override
  Widget build(BuildContext context) {
    return Scaffold(
        appBar: new AppBar(
            centerTitle: true,
            title: new Text('Sign in',
                style: TextStyle(fontWeight: FontWeight.bold))),
        body: new Container(child: new Text(_textVersion)));
  }
}
 @override
  void initState() {
    getVersion();
    super.initState();
  }

  void getVersion() async{
    final packageInfo= await PackageInfo.fromPlatform();
      setState(() {
        _textVersion =
            "ver" + packageInfo.version + "(" + packageInfo.buildNumber + ")";
      });
  }
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_textVersion =
          "ver" + packageInfo.version + "(" + packageInfo.buildNumber + ")";
class SignInForm extends StatefulWidget {
  @override
  _SignInFormState createState() => _SignInFormState();
}

class _SignInFormState extends State<SignInForm> {
  String _textVersion = "";

  @override
  void initState() {
    PackageInfo.fromPlatform().then((PackageInfo packageInfo) {
      setState(() {
        _textVersion =
            "ver" + packageInfo.version + "(" + packageInfo.buildNumber + ")";
      });
    });
    super.initState();
  }

  @override
  Widget build(BuildContext context) {
    return Scaffold(
        appBar: new AppBar(
            centerTitle: true,
            title: new Text('Sign in',
                style: TextStyle(fontWeight: FontWeight.bold))),
        body: new Container(child: new Text(_textVersion)));
  }
}
 @override
  void initState() {
    getVersion();
    super.initState();
  }

  void getVersion() async{
    final packageInfo= await PackageInfo.fromPlatform();
      setState(() {
        _textVersion =
            "ver" + packageInfo.version + "(" + packageInfo.buildNumber + ")";
      });
  }
-----------------------
_textVersion =
          "ver" + packageInfo.version + "(" + packageInfo.buildNumber + ")";
class SignInForm extends StatefulWidget {
  @override
  _SignInFormState createState() => _SignInFormState();
}

class _SignInFormState extends State<SignInForm> {
  String _textVersion = "";

  @override
  void initState() {
    PackageInfo.fromPlatform().then((PackageInfo packageInfo) {
      setState(() {
        _textVersion =
            "ver" + packageInfo.version + "(" + packageInfo.buildNumber + ")";
      });
    });
    super.initState();
  }

  @override
  Widget build(BuildContext context) {
    return Scaffold(
        appBar: new AppBar(
            centerTitle: true,
            title: new Text('Sign in',
                style: TextStyle(fontWeight: FontWeight.bold))),
        body: new Container(child: new Text(_textVersion)));
  }
}
 @override
  void initState() {
    getVersion();
    super.initState();
  }

  void getVersion() async{
    final packageInfo= await PackageInfo.fromPlatform();
      setState(() {
        _textVersion =
            "ver" + packageInfo.version + "(" + packageInfo.buildNumber + ")";
      });
  }

Iterating over dataset using GSON parser

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for(Map.Entry<String,JsonElement> entry : obj.entrySet()) {
    String key = entry.getKey();     // BIBREF0
    JsonElement value = entry.getValue();   // details, can be cast to JsonObject
    processBibRef((JsonObject)value);       // For example
}

Simple reverse navigation in datomic

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(ns club
  (:require [datahike.api :as d]))

(def schema
  [{:db/ident :person/name
    :db/valueType :db.type/string
    :db/cardinality :db.cardinality/one}
   {:db/ident :club/name
    :db/valueType :db.type/string
    :db/cardinality :db.cardinality/one}
   {:db/ident :club/members
    :db/valueType :db.type/ref
    :db/cardinality :db.cardinality/many}])

(def database "datahike:mem://example")

(def data
  [{:club/name "Carpentry" :club/members [{:person/name "liliana"} {:person/name "alexei"}]}
   {:club/name "Taxidermy" :club/members [{:person/name "karenna"} {:person/name "alexei"}]}])

(comment
  (d/create-database database)

  (def conn (d/connect database))

  (d/transact conn schema)

  (d/transact conn data)

  (d/q '[:find (pull ?e [{:club/_members [:club/name]}])
         :where [?e :person/name "alexei"]]
       @conn))
([#:club{:_members [#:club{:name "Carpentry"}]}] [#:club{:_members [#:club{:name "Taxidermy"}]}])
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(ns club
  (:require [datahike.api :as d]))

(def schema
  [{:db/ident :person/name
    :db/valueType :db.type/string
    :db/cardinality :db.cardinality/one}
   {:db/ident :club/name
    :db/valueType :db.type/string
    :db/cardinality :db.cardinality/one}
   {:db/ident :club/members
    :db/valueType :db.type/ref
    :db/cardinality :db.cardinality/many}])

(def database "datahike:mem://example")

(def data
  [{:club/name "Carpentry" :club/members [{:person/name "liliana"} {:person/name "alexei"}]}
   {:club/name "Taxidermy" :club/members [{:person/name "karenna"} {:person/name "alexei"}]}])

(comment
  (d/create-database database)

  (def conn (d/connect database))

  (d/transact conn schema)

  (d/transact conn data)

  (d/q '[:find (pull ?e [{:club/_members [:club/name]}])
         :where [?e :person/name "alexei"]]
       @conn))
([#:club{:_members [#:club{:name "Carpentry"}]}] [#:club{:_members [#:club{:name "Taxidermy"}]}])

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QUESTION

Cmake does not see OpenCL

Asked 2022-Mar-17 at 15:32

I am trying to install OpenCL for BEAGLE. First, I have downloaded intel_sdk_for_opencl_applications_2020.3.494.tar.gz from here. Then I unzipped it & run install.sh. Installation was successful. I have BEAGLE installed so I have decided to go to build folder in beagle-lib & run cmake -DCMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX:PATH=$HOME .. in order to go on to run make install but I get the next message:

-- JAVA_HOME=
-- JNI_INCLUDE_DIRS=/usr/lib/jvm/java/include;/usr/lib/jvm/java/include/linux;/usr/lib/jvm/java/include
-- JNI_LIBRARIES=/usr/lib/jvm/java/lib/libjawt.so;/usr/lib/jvm/java/lib/server/libjvm.so
-- Not using libtools for plugins
-- Could NOT find OpenCL (missing: OpenCL_LIBRARY OpenCL_INCLUDE_DIR)
CUDA_TOOLKIT_ROOT_DIR not found or specified
-- Could NOT find CUDA (missing: CUDA_TOOLKIT_ROOT_DIR CUDA_NVCC_EXECUTABLE CUDA_INCLUDE_DIRS CUDA_CUDART_LIBRARY)
-- Configuring done
-- Generating done
-- Build files have been written to: /export/home/rinkman/beagle-lib/build

I have tried to set variables both environmental & shell to

OpenCL_LIBRARY=~/intel/system_studio_2020/opencl/SDK/include/CL/cl.h

OpenCL_INCLUDE_DIR=True

But the result of running cmake is the same. I have verified that variables were set up right. So I cannot understand what is wrong. I want to use OpenCL framework in BEAGLE when I am running BEAST 2 software. Please, could anyone help with this?

P.S. I am a noviciate in Linux.

My result of running beast -beagle-info:

                        BEAST v2.6.6, 2002-2021
             Bayesian Evolutionary Analysis Sampling Trees
                       Designed and developed by
 Remco Bouckaert, Alexei J. Drummond, Andrew Rambaut & Marc A. Suchard

                   Centre for Computational Evolution
                         University of Auckland
                       r.bouckaert@auckland.ac.nz
                        alexei@cs.auckland.ac.nz

                   Institute of Evolutionary Biology
                        University of Edinburgh
                           a.rambaut@ed.ac.uk

                    David Geffen School of Medicine
                 University of California, Los Angeles
                           msuchard@ucla.edu

                      Downloads, Help & Resources:
                           http://beast2.org/

  Source code distributed under the GNU Lesser General Public License:
                   http://github.com/CompEvol/beast2

                           BEAST developers:
   Alex Alekseyenko, Trevor Bedford, Erik Bloomquist, Joseph Heled,
 Sebastian Hoehna, Denise Kuehnert, Philippe Lemey, Wai Lok Sibon Li,
Gerton Lunter, Sidney Markowitz, Vladimir Minin, Michael Defoin Platel,
          Oliver Pybus, Tim Vaughan, Chieh-Hsi Wu, Walter Xie

                               Thanks to:
          Roald Forsberg, Beth Shapiro and Korbinian Strimmer


--- BEAGLE RESOURCES ---

0 : CPU
    Flags: PRECISION_SINGLE PRECISION_DOUBLE COMPUTATION_SYNCH EIGEN_REAL EIGEN_COMPLEX SCALING_MANUAL SCALING_AUTO SCALING_ALWAYS SCALERS_RAW SCALERS_LOG VECTOR_SSE VECTOR_NONE THREADING_NONE PROCESSOR_CPU FRAMEWORK_CPU

One on my computer with Windows for comparison:

                        BEAST v2.6.6, 2002-2021
             Bayesian Evolutionary Analysis Sampling Trees
                       Designed and developed by
 Remco Bouckaert, Alexei J. Drummond, Andrew Rambaut & Marc A. Suchard

                   Centre for Computational Evolution
                         University of Auckland
                       r.bouckaert@auckland.ac.nz
                        alexei@cs.auckland.ac.nz

                   Institute of Evolutionary Biology
                        University of Edinburgh
                           a.rambaut@ed.ac.uk

                    David Geffen School of Medicine
                 University of California, Los Angeles
                           msuchard@ucla.edu

                      Downloads, Help & Resources:
                           http://beast2.org/

  Source code distributed under the GNU Lesser General Public License:
                   http://github.com/CompEvol/beast2

                           BEAST developers:
   Alex Alekseyenko, Trevor Bedford, Erik Bloomquist, Joseph Heled,
 Sebastian Hoehna, Denise Kuehnert, Philippe Lemey, Wai Lok Sibon Li,
Gerton Lunter, Sidney Markowitz, Vladimir Minin, Michael Defoin Platel,
          Oliver Pybus, Tim Vaughan, Chieh-Hsi Wu, Walter Xie

                               Thanks to:
          Roald Forsberg, Beth Shapiro and Korbinian Strimmer


--- BEAGLE RESOURCES ---

0 : CPU
    Flags: PRECISION_SINGLE PRECISION_DOUBLE COMPUTATION_SYNCH EIGEN_REAL EIGEN_COMPLEX SCALING_MANUAL SCALING_AUTO SCALING_ALWAYS SCALERS_RAW SCALERS_LOG VECTOR_SSE VECTOR_NONE THREADING_NONE PROCESSOR_CPU FRAMEWORK_CPU

1 : NVIDIA GeForce 940MX
    Global memory (MB): 2048
    Clock speed (Ghz): 1.19
    Number of cores: 384
    Flags: PRECISION_SINGLE PRECISION_DOUBLE COMPUTATION_SYNCH COMPUTATION_ASYNCH EIGEN_REAL EIGEN_COMPLEX SCALING_MANUAL SCALING_AUTO SCALING_ALWAYS SCALERS_RAW SCALERS_LOG VECTOR_NONE THREADING_NONE PROCESSOR_GPU FRAMEWORK_CUDA

2 : Intel(R) HD Graphics 620 (OpenCL 2.1 )
    Global memory (MB): 3219
    Clock speed (Ghz): 1.00
    Number of compute units: 24
    Flags: PRECISION_SINGLE PRECISION_DOUBLE COMPUTATION_SYNCH COMPUTATION_ASYNCH EIGEN_REAL EIGEN_COMPLEX SCALING_MANUAL SCALING_AUTO SCALING_ALWAYS SCALERS_RAW SCALERS_LOG VECTOR_NONE THREADING_NONE PROCESSOR_GPU FRAMEWORK_OPENCL

3 : Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-7200U CPU @ 2.50GHz (OpenCL 2.1 (Build 10))
    Global memory (MB): 8067
    Clock speed (Ghz): 2.50
    Number of compute units: 4
    Flags: PRECISION_SINGLE PRECISION_DOUBLE COMPUTATION_SYNCH COMPUTATION_ASYNCH EIGEN_REAL EIGEN_COMPLEX SCALING_MANUAL SCALING_AUTO SCALING_ALWAYS SCALERS_RAW SCALERS_LOG VECTOR_NONE THREADING_NONE PROCESSOR_CPU FRAMEWORK_OPENCL

ANSWER

Answered 2022-Mar-17 at 14:59
Could NOT find OpenCL (missing: OpenCL_LIBRARY OpenCL_INCLUDE_DIR)

This means that the CMake variables OpenCL_LIBRARY and OpenCL_INCLUDE_DIR are missing, because OpenCL could not be found.

Setting those two as environment variables changes nothing.

You need to tell CMake where things are, if they are not installed in standard directories (as seems to be the case with your OpenCL installation).

Try adding -DOCL_ROOT=path/to/base/of/your/OpenCL to your call to CMake for a package-specific hint, or -DCMAKE_LIBRARY_PATH=path/to/... to make CMake search in that path (in addition to standard paths) for any package it might be looking for. Make sure you cleaned away all cached files beforehand, so that CMake runs clean and does not use cached values.

Source https://stackoverflow.com/questions/71511678

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