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Hi, I have been working on JNI. I have one doubt. When I call any native method from android activity (Java code), then we get jclass object from jobject instance we get in the native method as a parameter. Why do we need it actually? Here is a snippet from …
by nitin1 15 in Software Development ()
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Hi, I hope I've posted this in the right place, please just tell me if not. I've been having an issue with connecting to a database from a website and have recieved this as an error message: *Array ( [0] => Array ( [0] => IMSSP [SQLSTATE] => IMSSP [1] …
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Heelloooo good day. Thanks for seeking to help. I am creating a Java program(obviously). At the end of my work I wish to install it as (a)an .exe file. However I wish that after its installation, file type association would have been setup automatically(I phrased that latter part of the …
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I am in the planning stage of a project that involves a website, desktop and mobile apps. To save time and get on as many platforms as possible, I would like to develop the apps as hybrids, with as little native coding as possible - preferably none at all. So …
by pwolf 14 in Mobile Development ()
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Hi, I've been playing about with native classes and looking to extend them - well just the DateTime class actually. I was hpong that there would be a way to avoid using a constructor, but I can't seem to figure out how to store a 'startup' timestamp, `u` without it. …
by diafol 3,075 in Web Development ()
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Is it possible to make some privileged instructions (eg sti, cli) available via some Java's API? (That is, to build a Java's library that would provide sti() and cli() as static methods) (Suppose this library is buit for a specific machine, not meant to be portable or anything) I've heard …
by dicauca in Linux and Unix ()
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(Note: This was previously posted at [url]http://www.ruby-forum.com/topic/3426459#new[/url] , but received no responses after four days.) When attempting to install ruby-debug19 on a Windows 7 partition, I have gotten the following error sequence: [code] ERROR: Error installing ruby-debug19: ERROR: Failed to build gem native extension. C:/Ruby193/bin/ruby.exe extconf.rb checking for rb_method_entry_t.called_id in …
by Schol-R-LEA 1,003 in Web Development ()
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I am trying to simplify Maven to use one POM to do both a 64 bit build and a 32 bit build. I have tried to separate the build into two separate executions however I am required to set the compilerExecutable tag specified by the maven-native-plugin to point to either …
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Hi, I have a Toshiba NB300 laptop running win7, and I'm trying to run some software that requires a screen res of at least 1024x700. Unfortunately, the max res of this laptop is 1024x600. I have searched the web looking for a solution for this, people with similar issues had …
by venet in Microsoft Windows ()
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I want to make a native win32 program that simply moves the cursor to x=100 y=200 on the screen, and then clicks the left mouse button once. Where do I start? For once, Google got me nowhere. I use VC++ 2010 to compile.
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I came across this application called [URL="http://www.eziriz.com/dotnet_reactor.htm"].NET Reactor[/URL] and this text was very interesting, "In combination with the Native EXE File feature and NecroBit, .NET Reactor is able to convert managed methods into REAL x86 native code." I guess it works a bit like a compiler? I tried this with …
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I have been working with Monodevelop's C# on Linux. Pretty incredible. If you stick within the .net framework it seems to be really pretty complete. However, what if you wanted to call a native Linux function from a Linux library (eg using native Linux sockets instead of the .net provided …
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