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answered Can a C++ class function tell whether the class member reference to an outside class has been updated since last call?
Jul
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comment Nexus 6 Kernel Build Error
No problem! Sorry I forgot to look at this last night, but I'm glad it's working for you now.
Jul
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comment Nexus 6 Kernel Build Error
The only significant issue I see is that the Google docs recommend reversing the order of things a little. export ARCH=arm && export SUBARCH=arm && export CROSS_COMPILE=arm-linux-androideabi- && make shamu_defconfig && make; instead of treating those as arguments for make. And you say you've tried different toolchains, so this probably isn't it, but the Google docs do also recommend "arm-eabi-", not "arm-linux-androideabi-". If I get time to work on it later today and I remember, I may see if I can get the Nexus 6 kernel to build on my own computer. Everything says it should work just fine.
Jul
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comment Nexus 6 Kernel Build Error
No, I'm pretty sure those sources should work just fine. What commands are you running to configure the kernel and then to start the build?
Jul
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comment Nexus 6 Kernel Build Error
The kernel that you're running on your host system is irrelevant. When you're building the Linux kernel for an embedded device, you should be working inside of or near a Linux kernel source code tree of whatever version of the kernel you want to build. That tree should have its own include folder -- referencing your system's include folders is not correct.
Jul
6
comment What is the point of the noreturn attribute?
@Elazar, I'm also curious as to which language you're used to. Neither of you make much sense, being unfamiliar with C-style languages which are the cornerstone of modern programming, by many people's standards.
Jul
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comment What is the point of the noreturn attribute?
@Clearer What language, exactly, are you used to?
Apr
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comment How can I add JMenuBars,JMenus and JMenuItems using IntelliJ's Swing GUI Designer?
@Joao that link has become malicious. Just FYI.
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comment Will there always be 256 collisions for the output of the MD5 hashsum function for 17-byte inputs?
I think this answered my question. I guess I had just thought that someone would have found two 17-byte strings that collided by now, even though the input space is very large.
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accepted Will there always be 256 collisions for the output of the MD5 hashsum function for 17-byte inputs?
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asked Will there always be 256 collisions for the output of the MD5 hashsum function for 17-byte inputs?
Mar
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comment Javascript: find longest word in a string
Mathematically, the the two are equivalent. i < x is the same as i <= x - 1, so a compiler could optimize that if it has an optimization pass for it.
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answered WLCSP MCU's - what hardware is needed for programming these tiny chips?
Dec
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comment How can I make any basic boost converter that actually works?
Thanks @MarkU, I'll definitely look at that stuff.
Dec
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revised How can I make any basic boost converter that actually works?
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