Build problem using Cygwin bash shell for VxWorks 5.5
Subject: [area]: [synopsis]
ACE VERSION: 5.5
HOST MACHINE and OPERATING SYSTEM:
TARGET MACHINE and OPERATING SYSTEM, if different from HOST:
x86 Simulator, VxWorks 5.5
COMPILER NAME AND VERSION (AND PATCHLEVEL):
Whatever GNU compiler ships with Tornado 2.2.1
CONTENTS OF $ACE_ROOT/ace/config.h:
#if defined (_MSC_VER) || defined (__BORLANDC__)
# include "ace/config-win32.h"
# undef ACE_HAS_EXCEPTIONS
# include "ace/config-vxworks5.x.h"
CONTENTS OF $ACE_ROOT/include/makeinclude/platform_macros....Eliminating records from a query that produces a Cartesian Product
I'm having a problem that's been baffling me for a few days and I seek
I have an Access 2000 DB from which I want to run several reports. These
reports are essentially the same (albeit for minor formatting differences).
To produce these reports, I am drawing from three tables:
o Stores '-- Address info for each grocery store in the country
o CallTags '-- A list of requests for merchandise return labels (Many
requests may come from one store)
o Track-No '-- The actual record for each return label (Many labels c...Running bash inside emacs
I was wondering if it is possible to run a bash shell inside an emacs
buffer (where the up and down keys recall commands executed
in .bash_history and do not move the cursor around -- the problem with the
native shell available in emacs, tab results in command completion, etc.).
>>>>> Madhusudan Singh <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> I was wondering if it is possible to run a bash shell inside an emacs
> buffer (where the up and down keys recall commands executed
> in .bash_history and do not move the cursor around -- the problem ...up-arrow for last command in bash?
I've been trying to figure out how to get the last command to display on the
command prompt in bash as opposed to the one I get when I log on as root,
if ( $?tcsh ) then
bindkey "^W" backward-delete-word
bindkey -k up history-search-backward
bindkey -k down history-search-forward
in my .cshrc in root? when I'm logged as a normal user (bash), I can't get
bindkey to work. Probably cause I have no idea what I'm doing when it comes
to shell stuff.
are there any javascipt commands to have a file printed that is not
presently shown in any browser window, e.g. a pdf file or a htm page?
Henriette van de Haar, Hamburg/Germany
Le 6/14/09 3:34 PM, Henriette van de Haar a �crit :
> Hi all,
> are there any javascipt commands to have a file printed that is not
> presently shown in any browser window, e.g. a pdf file or a htm page?
JS can't do nothing with any file no yet loaded.
(JS can do nothing with the computer)
In the Finder, I'm not sure I can print a pdf without to open it before.
(h...BASH: Can bash do this?
I input a long command in bash, and then I found I must run some other
command such as man, but I must not run this long command to save it in
the history, because it may harmful, Is there a way to save it in the
history without running it?
On 17 Dec 2006 19:10:48 -0800, "email@example.com" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>I input a long command in bash, and then I found I must run some other
>command such as man, but I must not run this long command to save it in
>the history, because it may harmful, Is there a way to save it in the
>history without running it?
#c...Using a query on a query (or view)
In my php page I'm using a mysql database. I want to run a query on a
table, then run a second query on the results returned from the first query.
In mysql this would be the same as running a query on a table to create a
view, and then running a query on the resulting view. What is the php
equivalent of this?
John Victor wrote:
> In my php page I'm using a mysql database. I want to run a query on a
> table, then run a second query on the results returned from the first query.
> In mysql this would be the same as running a query on a table to create ...Re: [Uniface-L] Use of Undocumented Interrupt command
What's the interrupt command =3F
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Please respond to...bash subshell question
I am trying to process the output of a command that produces
multi-line output. I am piping the output of the command into a while
loop and parsing each line of output.
However, since this 'launches' the loop in a subshell, I am not able
to get at the results of my parsing outside the loop. A short script
representing what I am trying to accomplish is presented below; I am
wondering what solutions are commonly employed for this problem? It
seems rather inelegant to store the results in an intermediate file
.... is this really the only way?
I could actually get by with taking actio...Escape Characters & DB Queries
I am using Matlab R2006b and the Database Toolbox to connect to
various SQL Server and Sybase databases. I generally have no
problems forming my queries and passing these to the server,
receiving results as expected.
However, I am stumped on how to pass a very simple query from Matlab
along the lines of:
select * from sysobjects where type = 'U'
due to the fact that I have to use the single quote in this query.
I have tried various string concatenations making use of escape
characters, double quotes, etc. but to no avail. As an example:
str = ['exec(conn,','...[9fans] Acme aborts on a pointless Edit command
I was feeling obscene and decided to test out stupid
commands in sam and acme. Here's something I didn't
, x g/^/m. no change to file
, x g/^/m. aborts in /sys/src/cmd/acme/ecmd.c:/^move
It aborts because "move overlaps itself" but the
question I have is, should it work like sam and
do *visually* nothing at all?
This came about because I was trying to find a way to
move lines matching a certain pattern to the beginning
of a file (like g/pattern/m0 in ed). Is there a nice
way to do this in sam?
Something that works like the ed com...Using pine from the command line
OS: AIX 4.3.2
I have posted this on the pine user group site and thought someone who uses
AIX day-in-day-out may actually be better able to answer this question.
Before I ask I recognise that AIX 4.3.2 is not one of the ported options on
the pine website. (The highest is 4.2). [Anyone happy to prove me wrong and
point me in the direction of an AIX 4.3 pine version will be warmingly
welcome!] Believing (naively?) that I can get away with buillding for 4.2 on
4.3 I am trying to apply the "outgoing.patch" listed by Mr Ch...Re: Replacing the PASSWORD command #4
> Won't a UDC named PASSWORD do just this?
No... :EDITOR (and anything calling the COMMAND, not HPCICOMMAND,
intrinsic) won't see a UDC.
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...using a query to change a yes/no field
I have a database that is going to be used to do billing on orders. I
sent up a field for each record that is called Billed and is a yes/no
field. I want to do a query that will pull all the records that
haven't been billed, issue them an invoice, then mark the billed field
in those records to yes.
Thanks in advance!
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When you "issue" the invoices is when you'd mark each order record as
"billed." If you're doing this from a printed report you can use the
report's Detail_Print() subroutine. E.g.:...CDE Command
To get from a command line into X I use
Could some one tell me the command to get from the command line into CDE.
RS/6000 Power Station 7011-250 256mb GT4e
Video 6091-19i terminal Netscape 4.75i AIX126.96.36.199
Basil Holloway wrote:
> To get from a command line into X I use
> #xinit /usr/dt/bin/Xsession
> Could some one tell me the command to get from the command line into CDE.
> RS/6000 Power Station 7011-250 256mb GT4e
> Video 6091-19i terminal Netscape 4.75i AIX188.8.131.52
Simply 'xini...(patch for Bash) XML + Bash
After looking at Expat XML parser (www.libexpat.org), I've decided to
patch a simple interface to Bash shell. Mainly, so that Gawk can't brag
about it having an interface. :-)
In C code, you would register callback functions, and Expat will call
them as it encounters various XML components. So, I made it similar in
shell. That is, you specify shell functions/commands to be called. You
still have to do some bookkeeping, but I think it's easier in shell. Of
course, you can do other things in C which you can't do in shell.
http://freshmeat.net/projects/bashdiff/ -...Desktop on Command
Works fine for remote connection from :
OS/2 and Netscape but not (on the same machine) with :
OS/2 and IBM Browser - the file transfer window opens but not the remote
Is there something wrong with my java settings?
Doesn't work at all with Win98Lite with Opera, or with Win2KPro and XP with
BTW it works BEST with : SuSE 8.2 and Konqueror :-)
BTW (2) after a fresh install of Netscape then Mozilla on XP neither would
open - Is there a Mozilla-killa in XP?
"Philip Nicholls" <email@example.com> wrote in
I use DOC with...difference between IDLE and command line
New to Python, and just had something strange happen.
I've been running my new code in IDLE running in windows. My IDLE
version shows as 1.2.1, Python version displaying in IDLE is 2.5.1.
I have been editing my code in UltraEdit then testing in IDLE by
choosing open, then F5. I didn't see an easy way to refresh in IDLE, so
each edit I've been closing the file (not IDLE itself), then opening
again. Since IDLE does not keep track of what directory I last opened
from, this gets tedious, so I decided to run my code from the command line.
Here's where it got interesting f...query should use an index?
i've got a table that looks like this (irrelevant data removed);
create table test (
id serial primary key,
there's an index:
create index test_t_end on test(t_end);
can or should a query like:
select login,t_end from test order by t_end desc;
use the index? explain says it does a sequential scan
and sort. but it seems to me that if it's possible for the
postgresql to use the index to seek to the last record and
then step backward, then it could use the index. but of
course i don't know anything about postgresql inter...Input from PBS bash file into matlab
I have a simple question but I can't find any documentation anywhere.
I'd like to write a bash script which request a certain number of nodes in a look, then according to the node number, the number is then in-putted as an argument in a matlab function and the matlab function is run.
The real trouble I have is that I have to use scripts, because I have to use the deploy tool and the deploy tool only works with scripts. So somehow my script which I have already compiled using the compile tool should be able to read the pbs output.
I dont believe this is possible which is a...bash: javac: command not found problem
I am new to Linux/unix. I was trying to compile a simple hello world
java program in my local and a remote (after ssh from my local
machine) linux machines, but both i got "bash: javac: command not
found" errors. When i used command "java -version" on both machines, I
got "java version 1.6.0_02, java TM/SE Runtime Environment (build
1.6.0_02.605), Java HotSpot(TM) client VM ....." on my local PC, and
got "java version 1.4.2, gcj (GCC) 184.108.40.20660404 (Red Hat
3.4.6-3) ......" on the remote server. When i used command "find / -
name javac" t...command/translate UDF
I created translation:
function NameUDF( var1:=0, var2:='X', var3:=.F. ) => PPO: function
NameUDF( var1, var2, var3 ) ....
but how to translate so mixed ?
function NameUDF( var1, var2:='X', var3, var4:=0 ) => PPO: function
NameUDF( var1, var2, var3, var4 ) ...
Eric Developer Systems
Sorry I can't understand your question.
"Eric.Developer" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> Hi all,
> I created translation...input command
Is there a way to to get the input/minput command to find an exact match?
I want it to find only the string:
That's a single space followed by login: and no trailing spaces. Using
the UNIX grep command I would find it using:
grep '^ login:$' file_name
Instead, input/minput is catching any line with login: within it, such
Last login: Tue Aug 17 16:03:20 from 10.195.10.8
| . . |Kenny Broezell |phone :(847) 342-5633|
| ...Working with bash and cat
I just downloaded bsh204br3.zip from current but when executing the
following script I get an error "Bad file descriptor (EBADF)":
echo 1 | cat
I tried downloading the latest beta bsh205bbr3.zip but then whenever I
pipe something into cat, nothing gets output to the screen.
Is there a more recent version of bash I can download which fixes these
Bash pipe doesn't work at all with any of the 2.05 binaries. All of
sh-2.05$ echo 1 | cat
sh-2.05$ echo 1 | while read a; do echo $a; done
sh-2.05$ echo 1 | (read a &...query syntax error!!
INSERT INTO fichiers
(name, use, filename, filetype, target)
('a l\'adresse des anciens', 'blah blah blah', 'annonce_legale.odt',
I've been trying to find what's wrong with that query, I just can't
figure it out.
On 8 Dec, 10:10, End of Road <jo...@cretin.fr> wrote:
> INSERT INTO fichiers
> (name, use, filename, filetype, target)
> ('a l\'adresse des anciens', 'blah blah blah', 'annonce_legale.odt',