Boost Format is a very versatile and easy to use formatting library. If you’re using Boost, then there is no point in using other formatting libraries for formatting. For most uses, boost::format and boost::wformat are perfectly suitable.
Boost Format is not as fast a […]
Grand Theft Auto 4 Final mission
Have you ever tried playing GTA 4 final mission on a slow computer? I did! I managed almost to finish it. There is a bug in the final mission. You are riding a boat and you must catch up with a helicopter. At the time, I wasn’t able to […]
I have a website that is set up with WordPress and PHP. I was going to start selling texture packs with some different number of images inside. In order to provide detailed information about the images I needed to tell my service what images were included in the pack.
My problem were as follows: I […]
As a Blaze Advisor rules programmer, I often get errors like this. They are almost always Java related. Last time I struggled with “JVM not found” while installing the Blaze Advisor IDE.
This time I was getting error message “This function should be called while holding a treeLock. Details logged in …\advisor.log” each […]
User defined literals are a new feature in C++ since C++11. In it’s simplest form, it allows the programmer to use a suffix on any literal in the code. The most obvious example is to use user defined literals to strongly convert time and make it possible to add weeks, days and seconds without using […]
After searching for some answers I’ve stumbled upon a link on IBM where they say that the problem is that some metadata became […]
After updating out WordPress installation and changing some fonts we’ve got some strange images instead of arrows on next/previous posts: (U+F430) and (U+F429).
These images are utf-8 characters in the Private Use Unicode subset.
In CSS these arrows are defined as ‘\f430′ and ‘\f429′:
So, if you see these […]
This plugin is designed to talk to an application written in C#, which takes large pictures and resizes them locally before uploading them to the host. This is to circumvent the memory limitations when resizing images on the host. However, that code is incomplete. This post will show how to get started with writing a […]
We are trying everything we can to market our own website that sells textures. This is hard work. You need to remember not to spam people, but still spread information about your product. In this article, I’m going to list what we are exploring so far so you could get along and maybe advise me […]
Today I was watching our project manager and my colleague programmer fixing a bug in a production code. Something like this.
“Windows” is a series of funny drawings on post-it notes from programmer’s life. The notes are posted on a windows screen.
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