kandi X-RAY | pdoc Summary
kandi X-RAY | pdoc Summary
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Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Convert text to HTML
- Add footnotes
- Run block gamut
- Replace block quotes
- Return HTML link for code
- Generate possible source names
- Return a list of qualified qualname candidates
- Returns the link between two modules
- Return the members of the class
- Command - line tool
- Configures the environment
- Return a dict of member objects
- Configure the environment
- Substitute table formatting
- Return a signature for this object
- Substitute a wiki table
- Sort object according to source
- The list of submodules of this package
- Return a mapping of variable annotations to annotations
- Parse a regular expression
- Import type info from stub files
- Generate index for given modules
- Parse HEX header
- Render a module
- Return a link to a module
- Return the docstring of this object
- Process an admonition block
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git clone https://gitlab.com/mrossinek/cobib.git cd cobib pip install pdoc pdoc -d google -e cobib=https://gitlab.com/mrossinek/cobib/-/blob/master/src/cobib/ -t html -o docs src/cobib tests
import lmchallenge as lmc help(lmc) $ pdoc --http # use your browser to view generated documentation
SOCRATA_DOMAIN=localhost SOCRATA_USERNAME=$SOCRATA_LOCAL_USER SOCRATA_PASSWORD=$SOCRATA_LOCAL_PASS bin/test
#!/usr/bin/env python3 import sys import time from PySide2.QtWidgets import (QLineEdit, QPushButton, QApplication, QVBoxLayout, QDialog, QMessageBox, QPlainTextEdit, QGridLayout) from PySide2.QtCore import (Qt, QMimeData) from PySide2
import pdoc pdoc.tpl_lookup.directories.insert(0, MY_TEMPLATE_DIR)
$ pdoc --html tokenizer.py
def main(): from argparse import ArgumentParser parser = ArgumentParser(...) args = parser.parse_args() ... if __name__ == '__main__': # Run main entry point only if the script was run as a program # and not if it
!apt-get install pypy
%%pypy import sys print(sys.executable) # /usr/bin/pypy
Building tool: binder... cd /home/test/binder/build/llvm-6.0.1/build_6.0.1.linux.ubuntu.release && cmake -G Ninja -DCMAKE_BUILD_TYPE=Release -DLLVM_ENABLE_EH=1 -DLLVM_ENABLE_RTTI=ON .. && ninja bin/binder clang -j1
def my_method(self, a: str = None, b: str = None) -> typing.Set[str]: """ Do something Args: a (str): The first parameter. b (str): The second parameter. Returns: Set: The return value. If resul
Trending Discussions on pdoc
I am new to using the libxml2, in fact this will be my very first time. I've been looking to find some sample code that could point me in the correct direction but so far I've been absolutely unsuccessful. I am attempting to use the following XPath statement:
"$XTX//DeptName[ . = $Dn ]"
However, I cannot figure out how to produce and evaluate a query with variables ($XTX and $Dn). I cannot figure out how to add the variable substitution to the code. I assume I will need the xmlXPathRegisterVariable API but as I said I simply cannot figure out how to do that. Can anyone either provide me or point me to some sample code that I can use to get this working?...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-15 at 17:02
ok, so after a lot of debugging I've figured it out. Basically, the following change to my code now allows me to set the variable as expected:
in C# Winform, i'm sending an Image to the printer using the PrintDialog... using this code:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-07 at 20:07
It should be a case of swapping the
PrintController implementation from
PrintControllerWithStatusDialog (the default) to
StandardPrintController. See https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/dotnet/api/system.drawing.printing.printdocument.printcontroller?view=dotnet-plat-ext-6.0#system-drawing-printing-printdocument-printcontroller
I'm working on a C++ ATL COM thumbnail/preview/search project, but its bitmap displaying code behavior is monochrome during the Thumbnail process instead of the colored. The Preview process is colored as expected, using the same function.
I used the ATL Wizard to create the
IThumbnailProvider and his friends. My small changes are: I replaced the color from black to pink in the
document::OnDrawThumbnail and I wrote the document::OnDrawThumbnail into
CPreviewCtrl::DoPaint. I've read the "new DC always monochrome" thing in the MS spec but I could not get colored DC even if a changed the original ATL code
OnDrawThumbnail(GetDC(NULL), &rcBounds);. The
CreateCompatibleDC(hDrawDC) were dead-end too.
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Dec-23 at 10:19
Github helped me. It is definitely an ATL SDK bug.
GetThumbnail must be override:
I'm writing app which can not only generate barcode from combobox but will scan barcode into textbox. Generating barcode is working well but is a little worse with scanning it by Device Zebra DS3608. In this project I added a library:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Nov-06 at 10:28
Based on the question and comments, here is a basic outline of a viable solution:
- Configure the scanner to send ENTER both before AND after the barcode data is transmitted
- Remove the USB_Barcode_Scanner namespace and all references to the events it exposes
- Set up a default button on the form so whenever ENTER is pressed the click event of the button will be executed
- In the event handler for default button, check if the barcode input text box is empty
- If the text box is empty, set focus to the text box
- If the text box has text, process the text in the text box and replace it with empty string
If you make these adjustments, when the first ENTER is input by the barcode scanner, the focus will change to the input text box, which will receive the barcode data, and the second ENTER will allow you to process the data.
Also, if you can determine how to conifgure the scanner to send ESC before the barcode data, you can set a cancel button on the form and set focus to the input box on the cancel button, this might make the process more robust, but you will still need to ensure the application has keyboard focus.
Another option here would be to reconfigure the scanner for a Virtual COM port, and use a SerialPort to read the barcode input. In the SerialPort data received event, you can capture/buffer the data while monitoring for the stop sentinel, and then process when the stop sentinel is received. This has the added convenience that it will work even if the application doesn't have keyboard focus.
I just set up my Python project to use
pdoc, which automatically generates HTML documentation, and I added the docs to the repo.
I want the docs to update automatically each time I commit the code, so I made a
pre-commit hook that runs
Expected behavior: I open the commit dialog in my GUI, the hook runs and updates the HTML files, and I commit the HTML files together with my code changes.
Actual behavior: the GUI doesn't call
git commit until after I'm done staging changes and writing the commit message. So the HTML files update only after the commit is committed. This behavior is the same in Tortoise and Git Extensions.
Workaround: commit the code first, then amend with the documentation updates.
Is there a better solution?...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Aug-27 at 08:03
As bk2204 suggests, it's likely that the best way is not to have the generated files in this repository. (Whether to store them anywhere, and if so where, is another question.)
There are, however, sometimes reasons to store some sort of autogenerated files: for instance, perhaps the program that generates them is not available to most users, even though the project itself is public. In this case, the rule you should use in Git is simple:
Have your pre-commit hook check to see if the to-be-committed files are correct.
If so, let the commit proceed.
If not, reject the commit.
Then, instead of running
git commit (or using some clicky GUI button that runs
git commit), run
make newcommit or
./build-and-commit or whatever. This builds the autogenerated files if/as needed, runs
git add on them if/as needed, and runs
git commit. If your GUI has the proper sub-structure,1 you can convert the "make new commit" button to do this.
1Alas, only "toy" GUIs written in Tcl/Tk seem to have this. Maybe I just keep coming across bad GUIs.
I am trying to send each recordset to a new line within the text box on a PDF. Im using Access 2016 and i have my reference set for my vba. what is the best way to do this. It enters one record set and that is it. i have the properties set for the text box in the pdf set to multi line. here is the code im using to loop through the recordsets....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jul-13 at 14:59
Using Nathan_Sav comment i entered
Output = Output & vbCrLf & rs1...... inside the loop and this worked perfectly.
Greetings Community of experts, I am trying to synchronize the movement and zoom in two windows of AutoCAD models, that is, in two different planes open .dwg divided into two windows one active and the other inactive synchronize the zoom (scroll + or -) or the movement (PAN) from the active window to the inactive one (In model with two open planes in AutoCAD M3D -> SYSWINDOWS :: tile Vertical), I was researching and I found this code that does what I want but only with one plane, the problem is that I can not make it work in VS2019 c ++, I get an error in the lines with "WinCallBack" indicating that BOOL cannot become a constant, I appreciate your help in advance....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-May-16 at 16:33
I found two apps that solve the question in question, DWGsync (free and compatible until autocad 2021) https://apps.autodesk.com/ACD/es/Detail/Index?id=2788892389049910944&appLang=en&os=Win32_64 and Drawing Sync (licensed and compatible autocad 2018) https://apps.autodesk.com/ACD/en/Detail/Index?id=2152736212918385179&appLang=en&os=Win32_64
So, like the title said I can't seem to use the variables initialized in the constructor in the mfc application.
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Apr-01 at 14:23
You probably have a file like MFCApplication1View.h. Your class will be declared in that file or a similarly named file. Find the class declaration in the header file and modify like this:
My English is not perfect. I am using Visual C++ 2019 and MFC. Example program: an SDI program, the base of the view is
CScrollView, draws 128*128 0s in a matrix. But MFC does not clear the background at scrolling with the scrollbar. Have you an idea? Thank you.
In settings of Windows, I am using 96 dpi * 3 = 288 dpi. I tried: 96 dpi mode is affected so.
How can I upload the example program to this?...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Mar-29 at 21:21
CScrollView class is a view with scrolling capabilities. You use it almost like a
CView (ie drawing in the
OnDraw() member), only you have to take into account the possible scrolling.
GetClientRect() function returns the visible client area, and the coordinates returned are not relative to the view origin, but to the window origin, ie the
top members are always 0. The
CDC parameter in the
OnDraw() function though are relative to the logical view origin, so an adjustment is needed.
As for your code, you don't need to use the
OnEraseBkgnd() function, because you do so in
OnDraw(). You fill only the visible part of the window, but that's very much OK. So it would best to remove it. Also, the coordinates passed to the
TextOutW() function must be relative to the view origin, so the
-pos.y adjustments are wrong. Instead, it's the rectanlge passed to the
FillSolidRect() function that needs to be adjusted. So, your code would become:
TL;DR: How do you add the full path for each document title?
I've seen a lot of threads just by searching FWS_ADDTOTITLE. My particular old app I'm updating uses this specifically:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Mar-20 at 06:24
You can use the
GetPathName() member of the
CDocument class (as mentioned in the comments). You can then manually set your main frame window's text by overriding the
OnMDIActivate() member function (the handler for
ON_WM_MDIACTIVATE) in your MDI Child window class.
Something along these lines:
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