kandi X-RAY | smol Summary
kandi X-RAY | smol Summary
A small and fast async runtime. This crate simply re-exports other smaller async crates (see the source). To use tokio-based libraries with smol, apply the async-compat adapter to futures and I/O types.
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I can't get the images to float left in the automatic image slider i made.
for some reason there is an empty space before the first image.
after the slider moves you can still see part of the image that was before that
heres the html code snippet
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-31 at 11:28
padding:0px to your
auto-slider__content class in your css.
I'm trying to implement an async read wrapper that will add read timeout functionality. The objective is that the API is plain
AsyncRead. In other words, I don't want to add io.read(buf).timeout(t) everywehere in the code. Instead, the read instance itself should return the appropriate
io::ErrorKind::TimedOut after the given timeout expires.
I can't poll the
delay to Ready though. It's always Pending. I've tried with
smol-timeout - the same result. While the timeout does trigger when awaited, it just doesn't when polled. I know timeouts aren't easy. Something needs to wake it up. What am I doing wrong? How to pull this through?
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-08 at 19:32
Async timeouts work as follows:
- You create the timeout future.
- The runtime calls
pollinto the timeout, it checks whether the timeout has expired.
- If it is expired, it returns
- If it is not expired, it somehow registers a callback for when the right time has passed it calls
cx.waker().wake(), or similar.
- When the time has passed, the callback from #4 is invoked, that calls
wake()in the proper waker, which instructs the runtime to call
- This time
The problem with your code is that you create the delay from inside the
self.expired = delay(self.timeout);. But then you return
Pending without polling the timeout even once. This way, there is no callback registered anywhere that would call the
Waker. No waker, no timeout.
I see several solutions:
A. Do not initialize
None but create the
timeout directly in the constructor. That way the timeout will always be polled before the
io at least once, and it will be woken. But you will create a timeout always, even if it is not actually needed.
B. When creating the
timeout do a recursive poll:
I have this 'wake up' command for my bot which is supposed to move the metnioned member between 2 specific voice chats and afterwards move them back to their original vc. I managed to get the bot to move me between those 2 vc's but I have no idea how to check in which vc the user was before nmoving. I tried searching online and going through the documentation but I can't figure it out. Here's my code:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-25 at 19:04
The property is named
There is a
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Dec-07 at 11:19
Under the assumption that you will only use lowercase ASCII chars, you can do this:
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Dec-03 at 16:37
You can bind the
F1 to the creation of a
DelayTimer which will
execute the various tasks you need after a defined duration has passed.
The following code will create a separate timer every time the
F1 key is pressed. Every scheduled task will print a line after 2000, 39999 and 50000 ms. Since it is not specified, with this solution it is possible that two instances of the created task runs at the same time.
I have this code (its a smol version of the code that replicates the error) and it gives a some kind of error with memory. idk just pls help me fix it. It deletes the object so there remains just the nullptr. Idk why but it doesn't want to remove the pointer from the list....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Sep-22 at 10:06
i was looking for a way to make the cog executes a function withing the cog when it's loaded/reloaded but i found no such function or anyone talking about it,
so i came up with the INGENIOUS idea of trying to use a string to call a function within the cog.
i tried couple of things, mainly a combination of
getattr but i was unsuccessful to get a working code coz... brain too smol.
hope this will clear the idea of what i want to do:
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Aug-30 at 03:13
Since Discord Cog is a class, an
__init__ method can be called upon, which will be executed upon initialisation. I have a similar setup whereby, whenever a Cog is loaded/reloaded, a set of instructions are performed.
Sample code (Based on your example):
In an attempt to create a function using Swift's Measurements which returns a Double. I apparently am smol brained and can't figure out why, even though my function is calling to return a double, it is giving me an error of the following :
Cannot convert return expression of type 'Measurement' to return type 'Double'
ANSWERAnswered 2021-May-30 at 21:39
The issue is that addUpCentimeters is a measurement unit, not a double. You therefore have two options, either you return that unit, or you call addUpCentimeters.value to get the actual double value.
I have a variety of JSON responses that I'm getting back from a server via Alamofire; two are included below:
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Feb-16 at 21:21
You can declare a basic object which's json property will be a generic type conforming to Codable.
Im developing an API in php, and i ran into a problem, basically
http_response_code(int $code); behaviour is unpredictable, it just always gets sent at all costs if present anywhere in the code, and after that, naturally i cannot set another
http_response_code(int $otherCode) as headers are already sent. I do not know what i am doing wrong, but i think i can boldly assume that
http_response_code(int $code); can be used conditionally because it makes all the sense for me.
My question is, how this problem should be solved? I have to use the correct response codes, is there a working alternative which does not use rng to decide if it obeys an if statement?
PHP version is 7.4.5
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jan-06 at 17:32
The actual problem was that
empty(getallheaders()['Authorization']) returned true.
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