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Haddock: Documentation for instance functions with quirks replaced by default class documentation
You can't. What you can do is document your instance. -- | You can have a brief description here instance (Monad m) => MonadState s (ChronoT s e m) where … This will make the description show up to the side of the instances box generated. This should preferably be brief but it does let you do things such as point the user to documentation of the functions implementing the fields if you really need to, like the commenter on the question suggests. Personally, I think that it doesn't make much sense to document each field like this: what the fields are meant to do should be clear from documentation of the class definition and the comment on the instance.

Categories : Haskell

Can you retrieve the Collection Event Script in Deployd as a string for documentation?
This is what I have so far: If I start at localhost:2404/dashboard , I can run the following code in the Chrome Console to retrieve the string content of the GET Event on the collection Tshirts: dpd('__resources').get(Context.resourceId + '/' + 'get.js', function(res, err) { _events['get'] = res && res.value; console.log(res.value); }); Context.resourceId simplifies to the collection ID which is just "tshirts". This successfully outputs the data I am trying to access, but I wonder if it is possible to retrieve from the API. I imagine I need to dig into Node.JS in general to wrap my head around this. Thanks again, Jacob

Categories : Javascript

- The method setString(int, String) in the type PreparedStatement is not applicable for the arguments (String, String, String, String, String,
PreparedStatement.setString() is not a variable arity method; it doesn't take variable no. of arguments. Each placeholder(?) must be set individualy using stmt.setString(1, "Charlie Sheen"); stmt.setString(2, "help@glomindz.com"); and so on. Using Spring's JdbcTemplate jdbcTemplate.update("INSERT INTO spl_user_master(name,email,mobile,password,role,status,last_update)VALUES(?,?,?,?,?,?,?)", new Object[] { "Charlie Sheen","help@glomindz.com","9654087107","cbf51a71a11d7ec348b0d7e9b2f0055f","admin","3","null"});

Categories : Java

Where's the documentation on 'use' and 'next'?
Did you checked this documentation:- http://www.senchalabs.org/connect/proto.html#app.use next() is naming convention used when passing callbacks

Categories : Node Js

When to use :: and when to use # in documentation
It is probably to disambiguate between actual static methods which can literally be called with Foo::bar(), and instance methods which require an object instance, like $foo->bar(). That's the only sensible explanation I can think of, and it's not an official standard in any context that I'm aware of.

Categories : PHP

map documentation not clear enough
Actually, it says map BLOCK LIST Evaluates the BLOCK or EXPR for each element of LIST (locally setting $_ to each element) and returns the list value composed of the results of each such evaluation. In scalar context, returns the total number of elements so generated. Evaluates BLOCK or EXPR in list context, so each element of LIST may produce zero, one, or more elements in the returned value. The important part is that $_ is localized to the BLOCK, containing the value of each element of the LIST. Much the same is true for a for loop, i.e. for (LIST). The -s function is as you say a file test, and without explicit argument it operates on $_. This is the same default behaviour that many of Perl's built-in functions have, for example print, unpack, ord, length. The code

Categories : Perl

How do I get php documentation on the console?
From the sidebar at http://php.net/download-docs.php The manual is also available via *nix style man pages. To install and use: Install: pear install doc.php.net/pman Upgrade: pear upgrade doc.php.net/pman Example usage: pman strlen

Categories : PHP

Is There Documentation for xUnit++
At the moment, there isn't. I opened an issue about this on the author's homepage over a month ago. The link is here. https://bitbucket.org/moswald/xunit/issue/13/tutorial-and-quick-start It can be assumed that he's busy because good programmers are usually swamped. I would suggest making a bitbucket account to comment on the issue, or asking the author to move his repository to something like GitHub, where the community would take care of the rest of the work for him. It might be a little bit difficult because he is currently using mecurial for his version control. Not much of an answer, but there are other people looking for the same information as you.

Categories : Unit Testing

Error in documentation, or bug in .NET
You're looking for the documentation for the Windows Forms Form.ShowDialog method. I suspect you're actually using WPF, where Window.ShowDialog returns a Nullable<bool>.

Categories : C#

Automoq Documentation
To set property with Moq (this is what Automoq uses to create mock objects) you have to use different calls, - Setup, SetupGet or SetupProperty: var line = mocker.Resolve<IMyObjectToTweak>(); // each does the same thing - "tells" PropertyOne to return .75 upon get line.Setup(l => l.PropertyOne).Returns(.75); line.SetupGet(l => l.PropertyOne).Returns(.75); line.SetupProperty(l => l.PropertyOne, .75);

Categories : Unit Testing

documentation on how to set up vim for python?
First, Vim will never be an IDE; it's just a text editor (geared towards programmers) that has great capabilities, and can be greatly extended, but it will never be a consistent, fully-integrated entity. That said, people have managed to set up Vim for productive development in a variety of languages, but, unless "real" IDEs, some effort and learning will be required on your side. Best start by perusing blog articles like these: Turning Vim into a modern Python IDE VIM as Python IDE

Categories : Linux

Documentation for jQuery 'nth'
As jQuery uses Sizzle, I looked it up on their docs :eq/:nth: Finds the nth element on the page (e.g. :eq(5) finds the 6th element on the page). You can also see it in the source: Expr.pseudos["nth"] = Expr.pseudos["eq"]; Since it isn't documented in the jQuery documentation, should jQuery move away from using Sizzle, it may no longer have it.

Categories : Javascript

MeteorJS - DDP documentation
There is no official specification yet because Meteor has not reached 1.0, and being subject to change, it's not fixed. However, I know that people have written their own DDP clients in other languages. What you found is the most complete documentation so far (and yet it's still quite hidden.) You may refer to the DDP card on the Meteor Trello for updates on the spec. https://trello.com/card/official-ddp-specification/508721606e02bb9d570016ae/53

Categories : Meteor

How to search Go documentation?
Do not include the parenthesis in the query. Search only for exported identifiers by capitalization of the first letter. Search for Next gains a much better result set IMO. BTW, the old techiques are still going strong as well ;-) jnml@fsc-r630:~/go/src/pkg$ egrep -nr '^func ([^)]+) Next(' * archive/tar/reader.go:42:func (tr *Reader) Next() (*Header, error) { bytes/buffer.go:273:func (b *Buffer) Next(n int) []byte { container/ring/ring.go:26:func (r *Ring) Next() *Ring { container/list/list.go:31:func (e *Element) Next() *Element { database/sql/fakedb_test.go:658:func (rc *rowsCursor) Next(dest []driver.Value) error { database/sql/sql.go:1300:func (rs *Rows) Next() bool { debug/dwarf/entry.go:310:func (r *Reader) Next() (*Entry, error) { net/smtp/auth.go:75:func (a *plainAuth) Next(fr

Categories : Go

ILNumerics documentation
Have you tried the following links: http://ilnumerics.net/plotting-api.html, http://ilnumerics.net/Arrays.html, http://ilnumerics.net/ArrayCreation3.html? Are you using the latest version (3.2.2) of ILNumerics?

Categories : C#

Is there a libXrandr API documentation?
See project page and project repository. Reasonable Linux distributions come with man pages, which might be split-off into a -devel package (for example on Slackware you need libXrandr, on openSUSE it would be libXrandr-devel) - Xrandr(3) is a good starting point.

Categories : Linux

iOS Pin It SDK with no documentation and sample code
A quick glance at the header reveals that you should be passing in NSURL instances as the values for the imageURL and sourceURL, so once you do that it will no longer complain about trying to invoke absoluteString on an NSString. The readme docs are probably not up to date with the API. This happens. A lot. You probably need to do: [pinterest createPinWithImageURL:[NSURL URLWithString:@"http://www.warrenphotographic.co.uk/photography/bigs/10122-Silver-and-red-kittens-white-background.jpg"] sourceURL:[NSURL URLWithString:@"http://placekitten.com"] description:@"Pinning from Pin It Demo"];

Categories : IOS

API documentation for Okuma control
It should be installed along with the API. Look in the start menu under Start | Programs | Okuma | THINC-API The screenshot here is of a machining center but if you have a lathe, it should be in the same location too.

Categories : Api

ASP.NET Web API Documentation duplicate entries
Based on your last comment, you could do this by setting route constraints and expect HelpPage to show up correctly. Example below: config.Routes.MapHttpRoute( name: "AdminRoute", routeTemplate: "api/folder1/{controller}/{id}", defaults: new { id = RouteParameter.Optional }, constraints: new { controller = "Roles|Users" } ); config.Routes.MapHttpRoute( name: "RegularRoute", routeTemplate: "api/folder2/{controller}/{id}", defaults: new { id = RouteParameter.Optional }, constraints: new { controller = "Products|Reviews" } ); NOTE: if you try to make folder to be route variable, then HelpPage will not be able to show up the help documentation.

Categories : Asp Net Web Api

Ruby RSS/Atom documentation
RSS and Atom it only xml-document with known shema, which included some xml-tag: author, category. Therefore you can use any ruby library for generate xml. For example or nokogiri. Builder github For example: require 'builder' class Rss def initialize(hash) builder = Builder::XmlMarkup.new builder.instruct! :xml, :version => "1.0" builder.rss :version => "2.0" do builder.channel do |b| hash.each do |key, value| b.tag!(key) { value } end end end builder end end #hash of nodes with values rss_hash = {:title => "Some Title", :link => "http://example.com", :description => "foo bar"} Rss.new(rss_hash) #=> "<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?><rss version="2.0"><channel><title></t

Categories : Ruby

Getting documentation from a function handle
Convert the handle to a string with func2str() and call help() on it: f = @sum; help(func2str(f)) You might need to regexp() the string, if you have an anonymous function.

Categories : Matlab

Dynamic language documentation
It refers to the Unix man pages, and the number 2 refers to the section of the man pages. At a Unix command prompt type: man open Or to specify it more completely: man -S 2 open The 2 section refers to Unix kernel functions, while the 3 section refers to C library functions.

Categories : Javascript

Python Multiprocessing Documentation Example
How multiprocessing works, in a nutshell: Process() spawns (fork or similar on Unix-like systems) a copy of the original program (on Windows, which lacks a real fork, this is tricky and requires the special care that the module documentation notes). The copy communicates with the original to figure out that (a) it's a copy and (b) it should go off and invoke the target= function (see below). At this point, the original and copy are now different and independent, and can run simultaneously. Since these are independent processes, they now have independent Global Interpreter Locks (in CPython) so both can use up to 100% of a CPU on a multi-cpu box, as long as they don't contend for other lower-level (OS) resources. That's the "multiprocessing" part. Of course, at some point you have to

Categories : Python

org.apache.commons.net.ssh documentation
http://commons-net-ssh.googlecode.com/svn/src/main/java/org/apache/commons/net/ssh/SSHClient.java checkout the ssh project and check the comments (could not find a better option) https://code.google.com/p/commons-net-ssh/source/checkout

Categories : Java

SUSv4 like C code documentation
doxygen, have a try. You can integrate doxygen to eclipse. Eclipse_Doxygen_Setup.

Categories : C

How to add "styled" documentation tooltip in C#?
The "styling" in your image is not part of the C# specification. It's just your editor (Sublime?) that does some basic parsing, and sets the text color of items it recognizes. You can see for yourself if you open your so-called "styled" source code in a plain text editor such as TextEdit or Notepad. Even if you can see colors again, they are assigned by that software in turn.

Categories : C#

Documentation on virtual folders
You are looking for a Shell Namespace Extension. An entry Point for documentation is Creating Shell Data Source Objects and Extending the Shell Namespace. An example of a almost complete Project can be found on codeplex: An almost complete Namespace Extension Sample Also in the Windows SDK 7, there is an example of using the Shell ExtensionNamespace (can be found in the folder "Microsoft SDKsWindowsv7.1Sampleswinuishellshellextensibilityexplorerdataprovider"). In this Folder you will also find a document which describes the programming model (Using the System Folder View.doc). If you really want to create a "real" file System Driver, you might want to look at this SO article: Creating a File System "Driver" which mainly referes to the Ext2 file system driver project.

Categories : C++

How can you see the documentation for a specific go function?
You have many possibilities: Browse http://golang.org/pkg/ and/or use the "Search" box, which even knows regexps! Run local godoc and get the same for all locally installed packages. Faster and off-line! Query godoc from the command line: $ godoc io/ioutil ReadFile PACKAGE DOCUMENTATION package ioutil import "io/ioutil" FUNCTIONS func ReadFile(filename string) ([]byte, error) ReadFile reads the file named by filename and returns the contents. A successful call returns err == nil, not err == EOF. Because ReadFile reads the whole file, it does not treat an EOF from Read as an error to be reported. $ Use Rob Pike's doc[0]. $ doc ioutil.ReadFile http://golang.org/pkg/io/ioutil/#ReadFile /home/jnml/go/src/pkg/io/ioutil/ioutil.go:48: // ReadFile reads t

Categories : Vim

Where are api documentation and demo for JAVA OCR?
You can find demo code at OCRScannerDemo for old api, for new api new api demo About api javadoc you can generate it with maven. To get source code : git clone http://git.code.sf.net/p/javaocr/source javaocr-source

Categories : Java

.load() jquery documentation
The first parameter for .load's success callback is the raw html that was returned from your server. If your server returned doctype head title etc, then that raw html will contain it too. jQuery parses this html and inserts it into the target document using innerHTML. innerHTML will strip those tags from the content because they are invalid at that point.

Categories : Jquery

laravel4 Request::get api documentation
Just use the search function on the Laravel API docs: http://laravel.com/api Here is what you need: http://laravel.com/api/class-Illuminate.Http.Request.html

Categories : Laravel

Chirpy tutorial or documentation
From the comments on the page you linked: dotnetchunks tutorial

Categories : Dotnet

Deploying api documentation from .chm files
The Sandcastle Help File Builder allows for output to Website via the HelpFileFormat setting. In this mode, a complete ASP.NET website is generated from the documentation. The look and feel is extremely similar to the .chm.

Categories : C#

Does anyone has JSTUN documentation or help explain more?
This is my understanding of NAT traversal: You have your external "Wide Area Network" IP address (WAN), which you can discover here: http://www.mywanip.com/ . This IP is exposed to the internet by your router. You also have an internal IP address, which is protected by your router. It will likely read 192.168.x.x.

Categories : Java

Where can I find ASP.NET MVC4 documentation
Either us this or intellisense will tell you the overloads available. More specifically the HtmlHelper ActionLink

Categories : Asp Net

What does "$>" represent in Ruby documentation?
$> is the IO destination for Kernel#print (and therefore puts), and other output methods. It defaults to $stdout, but can be changed to change the behavior of print, printf, puts, etc.

Categories : Ruby

Where is the documentation for OpenGL ES 2.0 on Android?
I also had trouble figuring out open GL and the related libraries just from online resources. Eventually I ran across a reference to a book: OpenGL Programming Guide: The Official Guide to Learning OpenGL, Version 4.3 (8th Edition). This is the latest edition of the "Red Book" (even though it is orange). There are a bunch of books about OpenGL and related libraries, you might have to get some. I haven't got any yet so I can't say which one(s) might be best. Also, I just googled for gles20, and came across this site. http://www.learnopengles.com/category/android-tutorials/ Looks like it might be useful.

Categories : Android

Documentation about boost::unique_future
unique_future is very much like unique_ptr: it represents exclusive ownership of the value. Ownership of a (future) value can be moved between unique_future instances, but no two unique_future instances can refer to the same asynchronous value. Once the value is ready for retrieval, it is moved out of the internal storage buffer: this allows for use with move-only types such as std::ifstream. source

Categories : C++

What does this sentence in the Facebook Documentation mean?
Yes, I think it's a typo. You don't have to, but it's a good practice to ask permissions just before you need them: "Never ask for permissions you think you might need in the future. People will be suspicious and may reject your app." You can find more explanation about that here: http://developers.facebook.com/docs/facebook-login/permissions/

Categories : Facebook

Twitter4J, documentation about possible fields
You may find the information you need in Twitter's Streaming message types documentation, specifically, take a look at the Events section which describes the message format: { "target": TARGET_USER, "source": SOURCE_USER, "event":"EVENT_NAME", "target_object": TARGET_OBJECT, "created_at": "Sat Sep 4 16:10:54 +0000 2010" } Additionally, this documentation for UserStreamListener will help with the argument names of the methods, for example the onBlock method: onBlock(User source, User blockedUser)

Categories : Twitter

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