\Applications and ~\Applications
I have a fair number of non-Apple applications installed in Applications
�� which means they don't get backed up when I back up Users.
Can I install them instead in a ~/Applications folder in my home folder?
(or just in Users?)
And what about Applications (Mac OS 9) �� can it be moved to Users also?
In <siegman-9F07ED.email@example.com>, AES wrote:
> Can I install them instead in a ~/Applications folder in my home
> folder? (or just in Users?)
Yes, though if they are in ~/Applications they will not be usable by any
other users on that system. The Apple ...Vxworks applications
could somebody give me or tell me where i can find small vxworks
applications? we are trying to port vxworks applications to linux, so
if somebody is already working on this please let me know.
thanx and regards
...why cann't i build my application into vxworks or vxworks.st?
I have include EXTRA_MODULE :test.0.
but I cann't find my test application when vxworks run on my pentium machine.
And I find tornado IDE cann't build vxworks.st in the project folder.
Can anyone help me?
> I have include EXTRA_MODULE :test.0.
Possibly just a typo, but the macro is EXTRA_MODULES (i.e. ends in an
'S'), and the .O should probably be a .o (i.e. lower case). Of course,
on a Windoze box, the .O will be treated the same anyway, so this is
perhaps unimportant (depending on whether you are using a real OS for
development, or Windoze).
> but I c...Preferred Size, Minimum Size, Size
I'm a little confused when I should use the various JComponent
methods: setPreferredSize, setMinimumSize and setSize. From what I
setPreferredSize(Dimension) - This is (obviously) the preferred size
of the component. As far as I can tell, this is used to determine
what size the component should be when pack() is used.
setMinimumSize - The component cannot be any smaller than this.
setSize - Set the current size (hard value).
What I'm confused about is...
1. When I should use each method.
2. Currently, when I resize a frame, the JTextBoxes will resize for
part of the ti...application font size
Having just migrated from an iMac24 to a iMac27 (i7) the screen res
increase (now c.109 ppi) has made the font in script editor and
elsewhere, bordering on unreadable.
The font in script editor on the 24 display looks like Lucida Grande 11
pt ; on the 27 display (although of course it is still Lucid 11 pt) it
is effectively more like 9 pt on the 24 display. Each line is smaller
in real space, by doing some simple measurements of the same text
strings on screen, and replicate text in an editor to compare fonts, it
is easy enough to deduce the comparative font size. So in rea...How to check Application Sizes?
I am going to clean my Hd. IS there a way to view all my installed
Applications and view their sizes?
On 07-13-2010 18:26, Tony wrote:
> I am going to clean my Hd. IS there a way to view all my installed
> Applications and view their sizes?
cd /Applications # (and anywhere else you have them)
du -sk * # shows sizes in KB
Scribd Copyright Violations
Tony <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
...Application Size in ADA
Why do the binaries that I built seem to be huge? I know this is a bit
of an open ended question... (no "how long is a piece of string" related
I'm using tasks in my application. Does this add extra code into the
binary to ensure time slicing?. I was just wondering where all the
bloat is coming from.
On a separate issue... I have found an IDE called GPS (GNAT Programming
System) Is this considered the 'thing to use' or are you all writing
your ADA in emacs (or equivalent)? (No flames Please ;) )
Thanks for your responses
Simon L...Stack size of Vxworks
I am downloading an Vxworks image of 4 MB on my Power PC
architecture. Initially the stack size of the downloading task
( "txbdService ") is of 4096 bytes, which is lower. After downloading
1.5 MB, downloading will get failed. But if i'll increase the stack
size from 4096 to 16384. I am able to download the 4 MB of Image.
On what basis the task stack size has to be increased ? I mean, what
will happen if i'll keep the stack size large enough and how it will
effect the system ? and Vice versa.
...vxworks and stack size
At work we are running tornado 5.5 and a ppc board with 256 meg.
The default stack is 20K I am told but there are 4 variables that have stack
size in them.
The variables are
ROOT STACK SIZE 24K
AIO stack size 20K
WBD stack size 2K
tshell stack size 20K
I think we are allocating enough room on the stack for us to have some
I also noticed that mapped memory is 2M.
So if I have a big app that eats up stack memory and allocates a lot of heap
space what do I do?
Just increase the stacks by 2x?
thanks in advance
So when I download an app this won&...my vxWorks application crashes
Environment : vxWorks 5.4 with T2.0
i connect via a NE2000 driver and FTP-FS from Target to host.
i have a large C++ based application. the application (nearly same code
except for some low level system classes) runs fine under Win*.
under vxWorks my application runs (after hours without problem) suddenly
into pagefaults (with dead target machines), into reboots, and similar
crashes. sometime just a task traps and changes into state suspended.
in this last case i can check the location of the trap etc, but its always
another location and sometimes its deep in the vxWorks kernel.
i b...Application heap size
I am writing a front-end to a Perl-based web-service running against a
DB2 v. 8.1 database, and every once in a while I get the following
DBD::DB2::db prepare failed: [IBM][CLI Driver][DB2/NT] SQL0954C Not
enough storage is available in the application heap to process the
The server is running Win2k and Apache2/mod_perl 1.99.
After approx. 40 calls to the database I get the error. The SQL thats
being prepared or executed is always varying, so its not a specific
SQL statement that crashes the database - it seems to be just a
certain quanti...Size of wxWidgets applications
I know this issue has been raised before, so I thought
I'd document my findings about the relative sizes of
wxWidgets (from CVS head) and MFC 7.1 applications.
I've created two functionally identical Unicode
applications with those toolkits. In wxWidgets terms,
they use these components:
wxFrame, wxPanel, wxNotebook, wxToolBar, wxMenuBar,
wxSplitterWindow, wxStaticText, wxBoxSizer,
wxFlexGridSizer, wxTextCtrl, wxComboBox,
wxCheckListBox, wxValidator, wxDirTraverser,
wxWidgets is built to use std::string for wxString,
whereas the MFC code uses std::st...Ping in vxworks application
I am facing a issue w.r.t to ping in my application when i call the ping call
Its outputting invalid option in vxworks6.7
...Reducing TV Application Size
Can anyone tell me how to reduce application size of a Turbovision
programme compied with djgpp. A medium size TV application is easily
1MB in size, and I need my executable to be much less in size. Can I
modify the TV libraries ? I dont need any internationalization. If I
dont need the mouse, how can I remove mouse handling.
Any help is appreciated!!
Not sure about djgpp. I use the DOS version, and I have found that there is
a big difference in executable size when you compile and link with all
debugging and line number info turned off. Other...Stack size allocated in VxWorks
in VxWorks the forth argument to taskSpawn(); is the stack size. Now
say if we allocate a stack size of 0, its in bytes. Now if we check it
in browser, It is found that already some memory is allocated and its
not 0. its something 12272 bytes. From here on, make trials by
increasing the stacksize. the no u'll give in taskSpawn() will be
added to 12272. Howz That??????????????????????
Also the stacksize which we give in taskSpawn, is with the TCB or
without the TCB.
Kindly reply if u have any idea..
Waiting desperately for lots of replies
please send a copy of ans at mehrautsah_puzzles@yah...Web Applications Size Measurements
Is there a known way of measuring the size of web applications ? I
have read a little about 'lines of codes', but I think it's not
appropriate for web applcations in which you have VBScript and
Can you provide me with research papers or useful links on that
email@example.com (Khaled) wrote in message news:<firstname.lastname@example.org>...
> Is there a known way of measuring the size of web applications ? I
> have read a little about 'lines of codes', but I think it's not
> approp...compilation of c++ application in vxworks
can anybody share his/her experiance of compiling C++ Application in
i.e what we have 2 know abt. vxworks inorder 2 start compilation.
On Dec 3, 6:16 pm, Arjun Prasad <arjun_pr...@yahoo.co.in> wrote:
> Hi All!
> can anybody share his/her experiance of compiling C++ Application in
> i.e what we have 2 know abt. vxworks inorder 2 start compilation.
the c++ Application is developed on linux plateform
...VxWorks basic kernel size
Dear vxworks gurus,
whats the basic kernel footprint size of Vxworks?
Advanced thanks to person replying me.
Don't know for a "basic" kernel, but I can tell
you a typical size for the following kernel :
- support for ATA drive and PCMCIA
- support for FAT file system (1.0)
- running on a PowerPC 8xx
- minimal user application (to load ELF executable from
the ATA driver)
All this things require 224 KB of ROM (not compressed).
hope this help !
> Dear vxworks gurus,
> whats the basic kernel footprint size of...VxWorks Image Size questions
I have some basic questions related to the VxWorks Images. I am using
the Vxworks 5.4 for MPC860.
1. Vxworks Bootable Image consists of text , data ans bss. What all out
of text data bss goes to the Flash memory and what all goes to RAM .
Is it all three or only text and data are cosidered to be part of the
Image in calculating the memory requirements.
2. While creating the vxWorks_rom image why it always shows the fixed
text size and Bss=0 while the data changes?
3. Why is the size of Downloadable image size ( text data bss ) is
greater than the bootable image say vxWorks_rom ima...Automation for VxWork Runtime Application
Is there any automation tool that we could use to test VxWork Runtime
There are a few tools meant for unit and module testing code that has
been developed. Most rely on expected vs actual results of calls to
functions to verify correctness. Some can generate test cases
automatically, and some are totally manual. I've used or done evals on
a couple of the more popular one (VectorCast from Vector Software,
tbrun from LDRA software, and CrossTest). These all work with Tornado.
They are useful if you like to run regression tests, as most have th...Size of segments for a ROM application
I've used the romsize to check the size of a boot ROM application that
It appears only the text segment size and the data segment size.
1- the data segment that appears in the romsize app output is the data
+bss segment sizes?
2- Does boot apps have BSS segment space or the compiler just
initialises everything and adds it to the data segment.
Thanks in advance!
On Jan 30, 11:03 am, ska...@gmail.com wrote:
> I've used the romsize to check the size of a boot ROM application that
> i compiled.
> It appears only the text segment siz...Getting memory size for an application
Hello, I am running DB2 V8.2 on AIX. I am looking for a way to get
the memory size of a specific db2 agent. I have found the db2mtrk
tool that gives me a list of all the applications and heap sizes.
Also there is "DB2 Snapshot for Application" but I am looking for a
way to capture the data for C code without having to parse through a
file. The SNAPSHOT_APPL and SNAPSHOT_APPL_INFO table functions seem
to fall short of the information
I noted there is an admin view available in DB2 V9 that gets the same
information as db2mtrk but it does not appear to be available in V8.
...AW: Size of wxWidgets applications
Von: Robert Roebling [mailto:email@example.com]=20
> > generally are 50%-100% larger for some reasons ?
>No, wxWidgets adds about 1,5 Mb to an app if everything
>is compiled into the libaray (including the various=20
>image libs and wxHTML).
.... so switching off all unnecessary parts seems to be strongly =
I did not care about size yet. My first database app done in wx was =
To unsubscribe, e-mail: wx-u...Re: Size of wxWidgets applications
Robert Roebling wrote:
> Even that might be relevant in certain situations,
> but for any sizable app on a remotely modern
> computer, it doesn't matter. Not even on new PDAs.
You don't take into account that many programs will
be downloaded from the internet, and users will more
relunctantly download and try a program if the size
My 2 cents.
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