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How to add external Jar file into GWT project


How to add external Jar file into GWT project

By : user235673
Date : October 18 2020, 11:12 AM
To fix the issue you can do I not solved the problem. Because I found another GWT lib can fulfill my requirement. But I got one suggestion from GWT Forum. I hope it can help u! Please See Below :
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Calculating numbers from an external file from my project (Project Euler #13)

Calculating numbers from an external file from my project (Project Euler #13)


By : Alex Kravtchouk
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
hope this fix your issue There is no resizable 2D collection built into the .NET framework. I'd just go with the "jagged arrays" type of data structure, just with lists:
code :
List<List<int>>
List<int[]>
List<int[]> numbers =
 File.EnumerateLines(path)
 .Select(lineStr => lineStr.Select(@char => @char - '0').ToArray())
 .ToList();
int colIndex = ...;
int[] column = numbers.Select(row => row[index]).ToArray();
Control SharePoint to MS Project column mappings when synced from external Project file

Control SharePoint to MS Project column mappings when synced from external Project file


By : Johnson Starr
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
wish helps you I figured it out.
You can get the field mapping using the following code (where list is the SPList that represents your task list):
code :
list.RootFolder.Properties["WSSSyncFieldMap"];
Add external folder to war file in maven project while building the project

Add external folder to war file in maven project while building the project


By : Krishankant
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
this will help I have independent folders for 'server' and 'client' of my Java Maven Web Application. , In your web pom include the folder as a maven resource
code :
<build>
 ...
 <resources>
  <resource>
    <directory>C:/xampp/htdocs/client</directory>
  </resource>
  ...
 </resources>
...
Eclipse showing caution sign on the project folder icon whenever I add an external JAR file to the project

Eclipse showing caution sign on the project folder icon whenever I add an external JAR file to the project


By : neun_sechs_zwei
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I hope this helps you . What you had done allowed Eclipse to resolve the classes during development but not for deployment.
Since you're building a servlet you have to set up the project in a way that will successfully deploy as a servlet. Moving the jar to WEB-INF/lib works because all the jars in that directory will be on the default classpath for the servlet.
How to use existing QMake project (.pro project file) as "external project" in CMake?

How to use existing QMake project (.pro project file) as "external project" in CMake?


By : Nithin
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
this one helps. Something like this works. You can then edit the files from either qtcreator in main CMake project tree, OR from opening the .pro file; great for iterating quickly on QT widgets in SomeGarbageApplication that is part of large cmake build tree.
code :
macro(DeclareProjectFiles  Tag  Filez)
######### Trick: use this syntax to make arbitrary files
#########             appear in IDE project. #######################
### Note: pass in the raw name of a list variable,
###   since it will get expanded here in this macro.
  add_custom_target(${Tag}_files  ALL
                    pwd
                    COMMAND ls -ltrh
                    COMMENT  " ${Tag} files thunk... got list: [ ${${Filez}} ]"
                    VERBATIM
                    SOURCES  ${${Filez}}
                   )    
endmacro()

    message(STATUS "QT_QMAKE_EXE is:  ${QT_QMAKE_EXECUTABLE}")

set(Z  SomeGarbageApplication)
file(GLOB  ${Z}_Files
            ./*.cpp
            ./*.h
            ./*.ui
            ./*.pro
            ./*.png
            ./*.jpg)

DeclareProjectFiles( ${Z}_grbg  ${Z}_Files )

add_custom_target(${Z}_pro  ALL)

set(ExtraQMakeArgs  -r -spec linux-g++ CONFIG+=release)

# note: use killall because this can/will fail if the exe is running
#       But, need || true to not fail build when it's not running. 

add_custom_command(TARGET  ${Z}_pro
                   COMMAND  killall
                   ARGS     -q -9 -v ${Z} || true
                   COMMAND  ${QT_QMAKE_EXECUTABLE}
                   ARGS     -query
                   COMMAND  ${QT_QMAKE_EXECUTABLE}
                   ARGS     ${CMAKE_CURRENT_SOURCE_DIR}/${Z}.pro ${ExtraQMakeArgs}
                   COMMAND  make  ${Z}
                   ARGS     -j4
                   COMMAND  cp
                   ARGS     ${Z} ${CMAKE_CURRENT_SOURCE_DIR}/${${Z}_config}  ${CMAKE_BINARY_DIR}/bin/
                   WORKING_DIRECTORY  ${CMAKE_CURRENT_BINARY_DIR}
                   VERBATIM
                   )    
#################################################################
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