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accepted RPATH failed to expanding
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comment RPATH failed to expanding
Oh that was it!!! Thank you so much!! It does more looks like a dyld bug as it prints a valid expansion path but fails to load… anyway, solved :) Will have a look at your script too :)
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comment RPATH failed to expanding
With your scheme, the user is forced to put the library in a lib directory next to the executable. And if he does not want that he'll have to edit the dylib before linking against it (or edit the executable after every link step). I forgot to give a precision about this point: I want to let he user choose where to put the framework, which is why I'm trying to use rpath. Thanks though :)
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comment Parallel programming library? (+ some features)
Ok, thank you :)
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comment Parallel programming library? (+ some features)
What do you mean? Do you use TPL or is TBB shipped with your Visual Studio edition?
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accepted Parallel programming library? (+ some features)
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comment Parallel programming library? (+ some features)
Ok I've had a closer look at TBB and it indeed doesn't seem that tricky to use. I was especially puzzled about task cancellation and dependency, but the first one can be achieved but cancelling the task group and the second one by building a dependency graph. Thanks. TBB's license is still an issue but I suppose that when one needs that parallelization quality, buying a commercial license is ok. The only left developers are those developing open source AND commercial-usable software.
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asked Parallel programming library? (+ some features)
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accepted Chrome doesn't always repeat events with JavaScript setInterval()
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comment Chrome doesn't always repeat events with JavaScript setInterval()
Thank you very much to both of you. Got it to work (well.. I didn't do much in it..). The only point is that the second image appears first, and is then quickly faded to show the first one, also quickly faded to re-show the second one. Then everything goes well. It's not really annoying so I think I'll stick with it unless I really have time to waste.
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comment Chrome doesn't always repeat events with JavaScript setInterval()
@levi: thank you for both notes. I'm quite new to both javascript and jQuery (1 week) thus I chose what was the most straightforward way to me. Just doing a fading effect seemed quite simple, that's why I haven't looked for an already done solution. Moreover, I wasn't even aware that there were so many jQuery plugins for everything. So.. newbies mistake, same for namespace thing.
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