How should I include standard and not-standard libraries in c++ programms for clang on freeBSD? With standard I mean things like <iostream> with non-standard I mean things like /usr/local/include/opencv4/opencv2/core.hpp. I am lost on my path in freebsd 13.0. So far I used cc (clang) to compile c programs. To include port libraries I use cc ..
Need help in writing a backtracking code that finds a path in a given maze. The problem is that the given mazes do not have a given destination. The path exit is when you reach an edge square that is not the point of entry. Example: 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 1 0- ..
Problem I am currently trying to include another file from another directory within the parent directory. However when compiling, it gives me the error: C:ProgrammingProjectsImplementationsDynamic Arrarysandboxmain.cpp:2:10: fatal error: ../include/array.h: No such file or directory #include <../include/array.h> IntelliSense gives me this error: #include errors detected. Please update your includePath. Squiggles are disabled for this translation unit ..
I have a windows path stored in a variable called "a". When I tried to print or use it in the code, somehow some special characters are added to the string. >>> import re >>> from pathlib import Path >>> >>> >>> a = "E:POCtestingfunctionalitieslogstimer.logs" >>> a ‘E:POCtestingx0cunctionalitieslogstimer.logs’ >>> >>> Path(a) WindowsPath(‘E:/POCtestingx0cunctionalities/logstimer.logs’) >>> Path.absolute(a) Traceback ..
Tech: *Windows * CMD * PyCharm Desired Behavior: I want to run pycharm main.py Error: ‘pycharm’ is not recognized as an internal or external command, operable program or batch file. What I’ve tried: I added pycharm to my PATH, restarted my computer Note: When I run echo %PATH%, I can actually see that PyCharm is ..
How do I best identify if a String is a Windows path or a UNIX style path? Example Strings: some_path = ‘/Volumes/network-drive/file.txt’ or some_path = ‘Z:network-drivefile.txt’ One way is to check which slashes the String contains: if ‘/’ in some_path: # do something with UNIX Style Path elif ” in some_path: # do something else ..
Problem: When serving files from a local filesystem we must check if a resolved path is inside the directory the server is serving in order to prevent directory traversal exploits. This question may also be phrased as checking if a path is a subset of another. Example: Suppose the server is serving /foo/bar/, /foo/bar/baz/../biz/something.js is ..
I have uninstalled a couple of installations of Python from my Windows 10 machine, but when I try to run pip from the command prompt now, using the only python install that is specified in PATH in the System Environment Variables, it gives me this error: Fatal error in launcher: Unable to create process using ..
I want to compile a simple C++ example project(in VS) that uses OpenSSL. For debugging purposes I need to use sources instead of prebuild libraries. The main problem is how to set all paths in my project to the OpenSSL includes and sources? The sources in package are distributed in about 50 subfolders. I do ..
I am trying to set up the csdp package on Windows 10. I have followed the instructions and now want to use the make command to compile the package. The makefile code looks the following: export CFLAGS=-m64 -march=native -mtune=native -Ofast, -fopenmp -ansi -Wall -DBIT64 -DUSEOPENMP -DSETNUMTHREADS -DUSEGETTIME -I../include export LIBS=-static -L../lib -lsdp -llapack -lblas -lm ..