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comment Makefiles with source files in different directories
In the original gnu manual ( gnu.org/software/make/manual/html_node/Phony-Targets.html ) under Phony Targets there is a sample on recursive invocation, that coule be quite elegant.
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comment Using Eclipse ant plugin from command line?
nb: "installing" can be cut short by copying the contents of ${eclipse_location}\plugins\org.apache.ant_1.8.2.v20120109-1030 to a newly created 'c:\ant'. Put into path. Be done.
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comment Is 'lazy' the correct term for timestamp-based skipping?
Striving to use the right terms is a good thing to do. In Medicine, in Engineering, in Science. And mostly not opinion-based. The answer (see below was) that “lazy” is valid, “incremental” might be even more specific. That was helpful.
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comment Compare directory using winmerge?
I have to dig through each (sub, sub-) folder to see if there are identical or different files in there... also after looking at the manual. What am I doing wrong?
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comment How to iterate for lazy compilation
@D-side Thanks! I am looking into it...
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comment What is the difference between print and puts?
@cdunn2001 puts "howdy" "partner" gets me howdypartner in one line. no linefeeds after each argument...
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comment How to convert from RGB to real life paint colors?
I believe additive (RGB), substractive (CMY[K]) and solid (pigment)paint colors are three(!) different worlds. Example: Yellow and Blue gets you green in painterly colors. Additive does not apply (obvious), but substractive print colors (aka CMYK) are not the same either. Neither is paintbox blue anywhere near cyan, nor is the result convingly the same... Similar, magenta is certainly not "red". How come, in a paintbox, red and blue (as in RGB) are primary colors, and yellow (which is a mix color in rgb, a primary color in cmyk). Quite a crude mix... (never got the pigment part myself)
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comment How to convert from RGB to real life paint colors?
I believe additive (RGB), substractive (CMY[K]) and solid (pigment)paint colors are three(!) different worlds. Example: Yellow and Blue gets you green in painterly colors. Additive does not apply (obvious), but substractive print colors (aka CMYK) are not the same either. Neither is paintbox blue anywhere near cyan, nor is the result convingly the same... Similar, magenta is certainly not "red". How come, in a paintbox, red and blue (as in RGB) are primary colors, and yellow (which is a mix color in rgb, a primary color in cmyk). Quide a crude mix...
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