So when I compile C++ with g++, the resulting executable is not the kind that I can double click and run, but for some reason it’s actually an argumentless cmdlet smh. So, when I want to run it I also have to generate a batch script that runs it, which is really annoying because now ..
Let’s say that I have a C++ program, which when compiled, produces an executable binary many megabytes in size. How do I find out where this size came from? Is there a tool that can show that X% of the size came from file or class Y, etc? Ideally, I’m looking for a tool similar ..
I delveloped a script which uses XGBoost from sklearn and it is required to build an .exe in order to deploy the code on a Windows server. The python script takes as input many arguments and outputs a string; it works perfectly. However, when executing the .exe generated with pyinstaller, the process gives me the ..
I have the problem that I have a python-file that accesses different files. The application works as intended, but after I created a nexecutable File using py2exe it stopped working. I know that the error is coming from this line: absolutepath = os.path.abspath(file) fileDirectory = test But I don’t know what to change so that ..
Suppose I wanted to use something like donut.c as a screensaver on windows. Where could I begin? Assuming there’s no way to get an application into windows10’s Settings>screensaver options? I’ve considered creating a service that starts an application in fullscreen after a certain amount of idle time. What’s a good (minimally invasive and computationally light) ..
I am trying to silently launch an executable called "cbservice.exe" as a part of a CMD file (batch script) in Windows 10 without waiting for an exit code so that my batch script can continue executing. I’ve tried kick starting this executable by putting it’s full path in the CMD file, by adding start commmand ..
I installed MinGW recently and when I try to simply compile a c file it does that for me, but when I try to run the executable file hence generated, it says "Access is Denied". Is there something I can do about this? The Console shows something like this: Source: Windows..
I am new to the C++ language. And when I start building a new project, I can see two options. C++ Executable and C++ Library. I have tried looking for their difference at a lot of places, but could not get anything. Can someone please guide me to a correct answer on this topic? Thanks ..
While making OS, I am compiled my kernel code’s into an elf ( https://wiki.osdev.org/ELF ) executable format by linkers and compilers ( gcc or binutils ) and I can load it with my bootloader, I want to make my own custom executable format ( like : https://wiki.osdev.org/PE, ELF, https://wiki.osdev.org/COM ), I have no idea to ..
I’m currently trying to make a basic compiler on Windows using C++. And I was thinking about how to turn assembly into machine code or an exe file. If this were to be downloaded by another computer I think it wouldn’t work without having to attach an assembler and linker with it, like nasm and ..