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answered What aspect of quantum mechanics forces probabilities to be (conventionally, at least) central?
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accepted estimating ion collisions from Vlasov equations
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comment codelite clang separate options
it says 'clang: parsing file <file.cpp>...done'. In some translation units the clang seems to work correctly, and in some others it simply doesn't, the <file.cpp> displays the correct source file, but it doesn't show any error messages. I have both "enable clang" and "inline errors" checkboxes enabled on the clang tab
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comment codelite clang separate options
yes, the build lines all start with 'codelite-cc clang++ ....'
Jul
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comment codelite clang separate options
it seems to be working now, but only producing completion hints for includes in the '$(shell pkg-config --cflags boost-1.52)' line. The source inside the project itself is being completely ignored
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asked codelite clang separate options
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accepted Error with `std::vector< std::unique_ptr< T > >`
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revised Recursive algorithm to obtain grid points inside a n-cube volume or surface
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asked Error with `std::vector< std::unique_ptr< T > >`
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awarded Notable Question
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awarded Famous Question
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accepted Clang/g++ options for template instantiation
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asked Clang/g++ options for template instantiation
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accepted Defining method template separately from its declaration
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asked Defining method template separately from its declaration
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revised c++11 insert into collection with a lambda functional map
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revised c++11 insert into collection with a lambda functional map
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answered c++11 insert into collection with a lambda functional map
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asked c++11 insert into collection with a lambda functional map
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comment Closed timelike curves in the spin-2 gravity formalism
@CuriousOne this is the closest thing I've found (gravwave.com/docs/Am%20Inst%20of%20Phys%20008.pdf) it looks that it relies on X-ray lasers to create a very high jerk derivative on the sample that would (according to the authors) a high variation of the quadrupole moment, which is the source of gravitational waves, although I still don't understand how this would double as a detector
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