I was wondering how for example drop box or a NAS is coping with the different file systems on different operating systems when sharing a folder? I was reading more about the different file systems and noticed that they ol have their size limits or they all safe their files in a different way. But how is it possible to have shared network folder between these different operating systems and their file systems. Because for example a FAT32 file system cannot have files larger than 4GB. But what if a user with a NTFS file system shares a folder with …

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Hello, I am currently creating a javascript refactoring framework in clojurescript. Because Javascript is a dynamic language and has no static type info I've used an points-to analysis to infer type info from the source code. Now I'm looking for good refactorings that people using Javascript need. For example I already have the Rename and Encapsulatye property which will create a local variable instead of properties of an objects and also create the necessary getters/setter methods. Now I am wondering what kind of other refactorings the Javascript developpers need? Thanks in advance.

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Hi, I need to write some code for an application that uses a camera with an gigabit ethernet connection. The company who made the camera has provided header files to read images from the camera. The files are : ImageLib.h , PvApi.h and PvRegIo.h. I wrote some code in Snap.cpp and when i compile it this way : [CODE]g++-4.4 -Wl,--rpath -Wl,./ -O3 -fno-strict-aliasing -fexceptions -I/usr/include -D_x86 -D_LINUX -Wall -Wno-unused-function `pkg-config --cflags opencv` -D_REENTRANT Snap.cpp -o Snap -lpthread -lrt -Bdynamic -lm -lc -lPvAPI `pkg-config --libs opencv`[/CODE] Everything works. But when i try to put this in an .pro file it won't …

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I'm making a project with OpenCV about tracking. But what I want is the ability to let the user import his own tracking algorithms. Is there some way that i can check in a specified folder if there are new algorithms added and how can I include them in my code? So i want to check if there are other algorithms added and 'load' them in to my code and execute them. How can I do this? The algorithms always have the same amount of parameters.

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So here is the problem. This won't compile. It always gives an error like : d.cpp:24: error: ‘string’ was not declared in this scope d.cpp:24: error: expected ‘,’ or ‘;’ before ‘{’ token Compilatie failed. [CODE=C]#include <iostream> #include <string> #include <stdlib.h> #include <time.h> int d(int amount, int dots){ // d(X,Y) notation. /* initialize random seed: */ srand (time(NULL)); int sum = 0; int temp = 0; for (int i = 0; i <amount ; i++) { temp = rand() % dots + 1; sum = sum + temp; } return sum; } int d(int dots){ int temp = d(1, dots); …

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