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Compilation error of embeded code in Master page
Replace "yyyy/MM/dd" with 'yyyy/MM/dd' Remove ";" <% var now=System.DateTime.Now; %> <div id="clock" title="<%=now.ToString('yyyy/MM/dd')%>" ></div>

Categories : C#

Groovy Compilation error :Unrecognized Windows Sockets error
It looks like that error is a WSAEPROVIDERFAILEDINIT error. From the link: Service provider failed to initialize. The requested service provider could not be loaded or initialized. This error is returned if either a service provider's DLL could not be loaded (LoadLibrary failed) or the provider's WSPStartup or NSPStartup function failed. This might be caused by Java being launched by a wrapper, but not receiving all the correct environment variables: A quick search over at Sun's Java site (for "10106") turned up this thread: "java.net.SocketException: Unrecognized Windows Sockets error: 10106: create" at http://forum.java.sun.com/thread.jsp...hreadID=329241 The thread seems to suggest that your environment variable for "system root" might be incorrect, and that it needs t

Categories : Groovy

In JSP technology, what's the difference between a translation error vs a compilation error?
With in the The Life Cycle of a JSP Page Those errors while Static data is transformed into code that will emit the data into the response stream. Read docs on the same Translation and Compilation

Categories : Java

C - compilation error
Everything is from compiled highest source file - main.o strange thing to compile an object-file again, or to name a source-file like an object-file. .o normally is what comes from the compilation step with a .c file.

Categories : C

error during gcc 4.7.3 compilation
Can you check that libgmp depends on? If libgmp depends on a library A, then most likely the undefined symbols would be in A. If you have manually compiled libgmp from source, Can you add the configure command in the question?

Categories : Gcc

Compilation Error C++
Maybe because extendedEuclid isn't defined yet ? You have to add its prototype before calling it. Add pair<LL, pair<LL, LL> > extendedEuclid(LL a, LL b); on the top of your file and it'll work ;)

Categories : C++

Compilation error VTK, C++
The readme says that it requires VTK 4.2. Are you sure that you are using exactly this version? Because Ubuntu 12.10 seems to pack version 5.8. Your options are: Find, download VTK 4.2, compile it and use your private copy instead of the system one. Find an updated version of volumemorph that works with your VTK version. Learn the differences between VTK 4.2 and 5.8 and patch the volumemorph yourself!

Categories : C++

Int Initialization Error during compilation
You declare int totalRuns, currentRun, upperLimit = 0; but don't initialize totalRuns. So totalRuns += currentRun; doesn't have a value to add to. Initialize it to a default value, for example 0 (same for others) int totalRuns = 0;

Categories : Java

Compilation error with _kCTSuperscriptAttributeName
It looks like you haven't linked the CoreText framework. You can do it in the Build Phases section of your target settings, as explained here: How to "add existing frameworks" in Xcode 4?

Categories : Iphone

C++11 compilation error while using lambda over map
You want std::min_element instead of std::min.

Categories : C++

Compilation error for set union
s3.begin() needs to be wrapped in std::inserter(s3, s3.begin()). std::inserter constructs an insert iterator which calls insert for you. However, a more efficient way than std::set_union would be: s1.insert(s2.begin(), s2.end()); Unless you didn't want to modify s1 and wanted a separate set.

Categories : C++

gstreamermm and Qt compilation error
The error appears because Qt defines foreach macro as a shorthand for Q_FOREACH. This conflicts with declaration of foreach method in a few gstreamermm classes. There are a few possible ways to avoid the problem: Add CONFIG += no_keywords line to your Qt project file. Note that then you won't be able to use Qt-specific keywords like e.g. signals and slots. If you use them already (e.g. because they were auto-generated by QtCreator), you can replace them with Q_SIGNALS and Q_SLOTS macros. Change the order of header inclusion by putting gstreamermm.h before Qt headers. Put #undef foreach after including Qt headers but before including gstreamermm.h. 2 and 3 are much less elegant solutions, since the order of header inclusion shouldn't matter in a well-written application which uses well

Categories : C++

DisplayFor() compilation error
The problem is in List.cshtml. You need to change it to soemthing like bellow: @using PartyBiz.Models.Objects @model IEnumerable @foreach(var m in Model) { @Html.DisplayFor( m => m.Organizations ) }

Categories : C#

How to resolve this compilation error
You can define _CRT_SECURE_NO_WARNINGS in the header file that generates the error, before including the header file or apply it to the entire project by adding it to the project settings in "Project->Properties->Configuration Properties->C/C++->Preprocessor->Preprocessor Definitions". #define _CRT_SECURE_NO_WARNINGS #include "initshader.h" //... your code here If you are using pre-compiled headers and the header generating the errors is included in stdafx.h you will need to add it to the stdafx.h header or add in your project settings as described above.

Categories : C++

Qt compilation error with mingw32
I think your project file is wrong. So you want a GUI application, but you remove the GUI module by QT -= gui Have you tried creating this application with the project start wizard? I think you may have selected the wrong type of application. EDIT If you want to build a project without the gui module, you need to exclude it with the "-=" operator. By default, QT contains both core and gui, so the following line will result in a minimal Qt project being built: QT -= gui # Only the core module is used. So, you only have the core module. Source: http://qt-project.org/doc/qt-4.8/qmake-project-files.html Try deleting the QT -= gui line, since "Note that QT includes the core and gui modules by default". See source.

Categories : C++

VS2012- Compilation Error
Though I have not gone very deep. This may be Microsoft's memory management problem. You can obtain the output by separating code blocks. Refer to the following Getting "An expression is too long or complex to compile" when using c# target and Work-around for C# CodeDom causing stack-overflow (CS1647) in csc.exe?

Categories : Asp Net

Why not giving compilation error?
Because software has bugs? https://issues.scala-lang.org/browse/SI-7475 That would be my guess. The related ticket has received recent attention: https://issues.scala-lang.org/browse/SI-2568

Categories : Scala

Dynamical compilation error in exe-wrapped JAR
As I can see from the link you've provided the executable (hello.run) is composed by the script (stub.sh) and by the jar (helloworld.jar). You can extract the JAR part from the executable. Read the executable, skip the first n bytes, where n is the size of the script, and then save the remaining bytes in a tmp file. The tmp file is your jar.

Categories : Java

compilation error while compiling C++ code
use mp.end() instead ofmap::end update : if(mp.find(sub) != map::end) { to if(mp.find(sub) != mp.end()) { // ^^^^^^^^ see std::map::end reference

Categories : C++

sqllite 3.7.17 compilation error under FreeBSD
Yasir is right in that you should be using the ports of all of the already-ported software you need. If you aren't administrating the server yourself, you ought to be able to ask the admin(s) to install the databases/sqlite3 port for you. Back to your actual question, it is difficult to know, why the fchmod is not declared in your case -- it is declared in <sys/stat.h>. Perhaps, you are using Makefile generated on one platform (Linux?) to build sqlite on a different platform (FreeBSD)? You should not do that -- configure needs to run locally. But, again, do not build it yourself...

Categories : Sqlite

Program with embedded sql gives compilation error
First, the connection to database is missing, you should have something like : int i=0; EXEC SQL CONNECT TO target [AS connection-name] [USER user-name]; Or PGconn *conn; int buf_ptr=0; int i=0; conn = PQconnectdbParams(const char **keywords, const char **values, int expand_dbname); then save your source file as prog.pgc and run : ecpg prog.pgc this will create a file called prog.c which can be compiled as a standard C file.

Categories : SQL

c++11 struct initialization compilation error
When you use non static data member initialization at the point of declaration like you do here: struct SS {int a = 0; int s = 2;}; you make the class a non-aggregate. This means you can no longer initialize an instance like this: SS s{1,2}; To make this initialization syntax work for a non-aggregate, you would have to add a two-parameter constructor: struct SS { SS(int a, int s) : a(a), s(s) {} int a = 0; int s = 2; }; You may want to add a default constructor for the class. The presence of a user-provided constructor inhibits the compiler generated default one. See related reading here.

Categories : C++

no compilation error but no output in turbo c++ 3.0
Fix qs() : There's an infinite recursion giving a segfault int *qs(int arr[],int p,int q) { int pos; if(p<q){ pos=partition(arr,p,q); qs(arr,p,pos-1); qs(arr,pos+1,q); return(arr); } }

Categories : C

Compilation error, list not recognised
The difference is that the * does not import sub-levels, but only everything in the current level. If you used import gnu.trove.list.array.*, it would work as you expect. The reason it works on java.util.* is because the ArrayList class is in the same folder as the wildcard.

Categories : Java

C#: Conditional compilation error in jwplayer
I have found answer to this question. Thanks @EthanLongTail for administrating jwplayer very well. I found this answer from one of answers you've given. Chnaged the code - <script type="text/javascript"> $(function () { jwplayer('my-video').setup({ playlist: [{ image: "/Images/bay.png", sources: [{ file: "@Model.FilePath" }] }] }); }); </script> That conditional compilation error didn't appear next time with this code. Because FilePath was coming dynamically so i couldn't share it properly.

Categories : C#

Getting error in android Kernel compilation
actually the kernel 3.4 requires toolchain version 4.7 for correct compilation. Download the ndk from here developer.android.com/tools/sdk/ndk/index.html and then point to newly downloaded toolchain with command: CROSS_COMPILE=(your_download_location)/arm-linux-androideabi-4.7/prebuilt/linux-x86_64/bin/arm-linux-androideabi- And its done.

Categories : Android

Visual Studio - Compilation error
You can not use pre-processor directives within #defines. Do it this way: #ifdef BSP_HC1 #define GPMC_PADS PAD_ENTRY(GPMC_A6 ,INPUT_DISABLED | MUXMODE(SAFE_MODE)) PAD_ENTRY(GPMC_nCS2 ,INPUT_DISABLED | MUXMODE(0)) #else #define GPMC_PADS PAD_ENTRY(GPMC_A1 ,INPUT_DISABLED | MUXMODE(0)) PAD_ENTRY(GPMC_A2 ,INPUT_DISABLED | MUXMODE(0)) PAD_ENTRY(GPMC_A3 ,INPUT_DISABLED | MUXMODE(0)) #endif

Categories : C

C++ compilation error, no match for operator
You're trying to pass in temporary objects as non-const references. Change the signature of your operator + to take a const references: Vector2 operator + (const Vector2 & vector); The reason your second sample works is that you're now naming the Vector2 objects, they're no longer temporary.

Categories : C++

How do I resolve the following libtool 64-bit compilation error
How's FFT.o compiled? The huge cascade of error messages that ends with: .libs/FFT.o: could not read symbols: File in wrong format indicates that something doesn't match up. From the paste, it seems as if you have cross compiled with the Android NDK tools, but are linking with the native (x86_64) gcc (which in turn calls the native ld).

Categories : Gcc

Strange compilation error with inner classes
Since B is not static, it needs some instance of A to be able to exist, thus the error. If B is static, the error goes away. Ah, forget about the nonsense. It is a bug, and it works on ideone in Java7 mode. However, prior to Java 7 it does not work - see this question, and you need to either Change B to static Add a constructor C() { A.this.super(); } And then it will be working. The reason why this happens before Java 7 might be the following which is from JLS: Let C be the class being instantiated, let S be the direct superclass of C, and let i be the instance being created. The implicit super is called on the immediately enclosing instance of i with respect to S. In the earlier JLS, the immediately enclosing instance is defined as Let O be the innermost lexically

Categories : Java

Implement a LRU Cache in C++ - compilation error
stdext is an MSVC extension, but you're compiling on linux with GCC, so it's not available. GCC has a similar extension, but its header is ext/hash_map, and is in the __gnu_cxx namespace, rather than stdext. Both MSVC and GCC's hash_maps have similar interfaces, but if I recall correctly, there are subtle differences. If you can, utilize C++11's unordered_map. Failing that, maybe you have TR1 available, and std::tr1::unordered_map. As a final fallback, consider Boost's unordered containers (that served as a basis for TR1 and C++11's interfaces). Edit I just noticed you're using GCC 4.4.x, TR1 is available there. The only issue would be if you're compiling the same code on windows with MSVC, as well, I do not believe TR1 is available there (I have VC8 and VC9 available, and it's not ava

Categories : C++

compilation error while connecting mysql from c++
Looks like you don't have the mysqlclient lib installed. Try this if you made sure you installed it: g++ -o temp.o -c `mysql_config --cflags` temp.cpp g++ -o temp temp.o -lmysqlcppconn `mysql_config --libs` see MySQL - Building C API Client Programs

Categories : C++

compilation error when using maven apklib
Your import is broken. com.ati.common-lib is the package, but you really want to import the contents of that package, com.ati.common-lib.* for everything and com.ati.common-lib.Test for just the Test class.

Categories : Android

lvlc-qt missing compilation error
What you need to specify after -L is the location of the following two .so files: ubuntu@ubuntu-VirtualBox:~/vlc-test/vlc-qt/build$ find -iname *.so ./src/widgets/libvlc-qt-widgets.so ./src/core/libvlc-qt.so Normally you compile those libraries, by following this section in README.md: Compilation ----------- $ mkdir build $ cd build $ cmake .. -DCMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX=prefix $ make

Categories : C++

boost asio example compilation error
Your compilation command probably should start with g++ -Wall -g -I/usr/include/boost where -Wall asks for all warnings, -g asks for debugging information, and -I/usr/include/boost adds an include directory to the include path. And you really should use a builder like GNU Make. It is time to learn how to write a Makefile. Then you should add in your Makefile a line like CXXFLAGS= -Wall -g -I/usr/include/boost If request.hpp is your own file in the current directory (not one from some system library), you should include it with double-quotes characters like #include "request.hpp" and not use <request.hpp> or else add -I. to your compilation command. Be sure with the pwd and ls commands that you are running the compilation in the right directory. The ls command should show

Categories : C++

Java basic compilation error
Your issue is that the parameters in your constructor have no data types. NB: Since your parameter names are the same as your instance variable names, you will need to use this, as in: public Bodies(int mass, int radius, int xpos, int ypos, float xvel, float yvel) { this.mass = mass; this.radius = radius; //... } where this.mass refers to the instance variable mass, as opposed to the passed parameter of the constructor. For more information, check out the Oracle Tutorial on Java Constructors. As an aside, on float also from Oracle: As with the recommendations for byte and short, use a float (instead of double) if you need to save memory in large arrays of floating point numbers. This data type should never be used for precise values, su

Categories : Java

Coffee script compilation error
I believe it has to do with the way you are defining your window.setTimeout section. The ,500) piece at the end is causing the compile error because of indentation and the parenthesis. Try changing that section to: window.setTimeout ( -> toFilter = $(@input[0][0]).val() @tbody.selectAll("tr") ), 500 Keep the closing paren indented to the same spot as window. That should fix the compile.

Categories : Javascript

How can a JSP compilation error NOT be a translation error?
A translation error happens when your JSP is malformed enough that it cannot be translated into Java source code for the generated servlet. If you did not close a comment tag this would happen, for example. A compilation error happens when the Java compiler cannot compile the source code for the generated servlet (created in the translation step above). An error response code happens at runtime when the servlet (compiled and deployed) does not like something (for example invalid request parameters).

Categories : Jsp

Compilation error with Boost log library when using date_time_formatter
The problem is that <boost/log/support/date_time.hpp> needs to be included. It is also stated in the documentation at the proper place, but is somehow left out of the example.

Categories : C++

Maven compilation error: package R does not exist
I came up with a multi-module Maven project. You can find the current (working) configuration here: https://github.com/johnjohndoe/MapChange/commits/refactor-project-structure

Categories : Android



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