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comment Using resource files in NDK
This answer got me along the right path. What I ended up doing was adding a line to Android.mk to copy the file to the app's Assets folder. When the app launches I copy this file to the SD card, and finally pass in that path to my CPP function. I did it this way so that it's not compressed, and I wanted to be able to access it using the file access methods within my CPP library rather than modifying it for NDK-specific file access.
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comment How to scroll a UITableView to the tableFooterView
This assumes that the tableFooterView will either always be a direct subview of tableView or that it sits at the origin of any intermediate views. While this might work now, there are no guarantees that the tableView subview hierarchy will stay the same in future iOS versions.
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revised How to get font size and font name of a UILabel?
Updated for modern obj-c
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comment Apple LLVM 5.0 error when building
This post has a more detailed answer: stackoverflow.com/a/13561718/373370
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comment Is it bad practice to use an if-statement without brackets?
Further proof mistakes can (and do) happen: imperialviolet.org/2014/02/22/applebug.html
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comment 'JSONKit.h' not found when I run 'Test' of my Project in Xcode 5
Is that header file in a different directory? You might have to add the folder that contains the header in your "Header Search Paths" section of Build Settings for your QuestionsTests target (change to this target in the drop-down in the upper-left corner of the project settings screen).
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answered Apple LLVM 5.0 error when building
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comment XCode 5 hangs with a timeout error when validating/uploading a "ready to be uploaded" app
It's happening for me too, so I think there must be some server issues right now.
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