Feb
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on iPhone simulator screenshot in Xcode 3.2.6
Feb
23
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Xcode doesn't show iPhone name
Feb
23
reviewed Edit suggested edit on How to resolve configure guessing build type failure?
Feb
23
revised How to resolve configure guessing build type failure?
Changed topic so it reflect a general problem (it is not related to cygwin specifically) + typo
Feb
23
reviewed Approve suggested edit on innerHTML firstChild.value works in IE9 IE8 but not IE10, Firefox, Chrome
Feb
23
reviewed Edit suggested edit on Openlayers drag feature not working in Google Chrome
Feb
23
revised Openlayers drag feature not working in Google Chrome
fixed grammar
Feb
23
reviewed Edit suggested edit on How to tell if a .NET assembly is dynamic?
Feb
23
revised How to tell if a .NET assembly is dynamic?
Typo, code formatting
Feb
22
reviewed Approve suggested edit on How to read data from buffer selectively
Feb
22
comment filtering array with conditional control variables in python to create numpy matrix
It also occured to me that you could change your state from [(max1, diff1), ...] to (lastMax, [diff1, diff2, ...]) and avoid keeping a history of max values for the entire list.
Feb
21
answered filtering array with conditional control variables in python to create numpy matrix
Feb
15
awarded Caucus
Jan
29
answered Weird structure member alignment in C++ / gSoap 2.8.2
Jan
29
comment Weird structure member alignment in C++ / gSoap 2.8.2
Hm. If it is a C++ build, then the four byte discrepancy may be caused by the compiler inserting a vtable to the beginning of structure (though it really shouldn't, in this case). You can check offset of state (0 or 4?). If it is 0, then you can find where things go out of sync using a binary search-like detective work.
Jan
27
awarded Custodian
Jan
27
answered Non-standard sorting algorithm for random unique integers
Jan
27
comment Weird structure member alignment in C++ / gSoap 2.8.2
You do not debug a binary with an optimized build, are you? A lot of "variable value should have been x, I am seeing y" kind of errors observed in a debugger are actually due to optimizations making life difficult for debugger.
Jan
25
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Excel function: Which value is larger
Jan
25
reviewed Approve suggested edit on iBATIS for Python?
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