|Sandboxed Mac App with helper command line tool|
I just had this problem and was able to solve it by signing the app myself
using codesign in Terminal.
Here is how you do it:
codesign --entitlements path/to/.entitlementsFile -s "3rd Party Mac
Developer Application: Your Company (or whatever the name of your
certificate is in your keychain)" ./TheNameOfTheTool
Hope that helps!
|Jetbrains Compare Tool as a Standalone tool|
You can't use the one from TeamCity, but diff from IDEA can be used from
the command line as described in the documentation.
If you are looking for the similar cross platform tool implemented in Java,
|need a way to securely communicate between Priviliged Helper Tool (installed using SMJobBless) and the application|
As you've said that you're not signing the second app, I believe that that
is the problem that is allowing a 2nd app from calling the helper
application. From the Apple docs and specifically the ReadMe file in
SMJobBless, it states: -
The Service Management framework uses code signatures to ensure that the
helper tool is the one expected to be run by the main application
This document should be able to assist you in getting the helper app
correctly associated with its owner.
Note that it references a python script, which is provided here.
|Way to install PDFlib text extraction tool|
python comes with own package manager called pip. Try
pip install pypdflib
in the command line.
Another approach is to use ubuntu package manager - apt-get, aptitude,
Check if the package in ubuntu repositories:
apt-cache search python pdflib
and if such entry found, issue:
apt-get install "package name here"
|Can Maven install my plugin as a system tool?|
You could distribute a shell script, using Maven, but there would be no
mechanism to make it executable.
My suggested work-around on unix systems would be an alias:
alias ivy='java -jar
enabling you to execute the jar as follows:
$ ivy -version
Ivy 2.2.0 - 20100923230623 :: http://ant.apache.org/ivy/
|Can't run app after update Android SDK Tool|
Here is a bunch of solutions available in this post.
Can no longer launch apps after upgrding to android sdk tools 20/platform
sdk tools 12
Unfortunately, the proposed solution is uninstalling and re-install is the
best option chosen by the user in order to run your business
|Is there a way (or tool) to update the iOS simulator in realtime?|
You could take a look at Injection For Xcode.It is a Xcode plugin.After
installing this plugin, you can modify source code, inject it into runtime,
and see the change without restarting app.
|Apache Ant is not available in Glassfish update tool|
I added a new image with the contrib sources found on this page:
Ant was now available in the update tool
|Java's XJC like tool in Python|
You can try PyXB: http://pyxb.sourceforge.net
PyXB (“pixbee”) is a pure Python package that generates Python source
code for classes that correspond to data structures defined by XMLSchema.
|Tool for i18n with ResourceBundle in Java|
If you manage your project with build management system like maven, you can
use the i18n-maven-plugin to handle internationalization and localization
|Confusion about java native2ascii tool|
You can work with properties files with french and other characters.
Properties accepts uxxxx sequences. You can work with national characters
directly since Properties has load(Reader reader) method. Then the file can
be in any encoding, you will provide the reader that decodes the file
correctly, eg new InputStreamReader(new FileInputStream(1.properities),
I also agree that native2ascii should not convert é because it's a legal
latin-1 char and docs says latin-1 chars are not converted.
|Java Tool for SUMO upper Ontology|
Yes. There is an open-source project, Sigma Knowledge Engineering
Environment, the code is in Java and can be downloaded from here:
|Weka GUI tool output in a Java snippet|
There is definitely a way to do it using the Weka API in a java program.
You just add a reference to the weka.jar file and establish the right
object then explore the API to find the necessary methods. Have a look here
to get started with it. IMO I would go the API route just because command
line seems rather hackish..
|com.itextpdf.tool.xml.exceptions.RuntimeWorkerException in Java|
The problem is that you have invalid html.
Try converting it using the HTMLWorker class
|GUI tool issues with older java project|
Does anyone know what I'm missing or what I could do?
Learn how to write a Swing GUI. For that, see Creating a GUI With
|Decode Java String in Command Line Tool|
You uxxxx is not URL format, it's Java format. You can use Properties.load
which decodes these sequences
String s1 = "Gesch\u00E4ft";
Properties props= new Properties();
String s2 = (String)props.keySet().iterator().next();
|Auto deployment java (daemon or web) application tool|
I suggesst to use Maven for that. You can specify a plugin for each of the
tasks and bind the plugins to a certaains build phase.
For SSH upload use maven-deploy-plugin
To run the script use sql-maven-plugin
Copy files may be done with resource or assembly plugin. That depends on
The easisest way to edit conf file is to replace it. But if it's not an
option, then use maven-replacer-plugin to replace entries in a config file
|Can web service testing done using SOAPUI tool be done in Java completely?|
You can create client and pass in HTTP Request test request populated with
needed parameter for testing purpose, below mention question has some
Java Web service testing
|Is there a simple project build/dependency management tool for Java projects?|
I would use pure maven or gradle, as it is easier to create build scripts,
but would steer away from ant.
Ivy is an underused dependency management solution, and I personally have
only cursory experience (as in building artifacts but not managing them)
and I have never maintained an ivy build, but seems pretty straightforward.
One thing to consider is availability of plugins and readily built
artifacts(which is proportional to popularity) and maven is the clear
So, my recommendation would be pure maven or gradle.
Edit: In recent years it has become modern for some repo owners to maintain
both an ivy and a maven build to increase their code's exposure. If you
were to do that, gradle would be simpler as it provides a nice abstraction
on top of the nitty gritty maven/ivy stuff, onc
|IDE, Framework, code manager tool, thing that supports Java and C++ in one Project|
CMake is just a build tool.
You can use any IDE you like to write the code and then use a different
tool to build it.
Eclipse supports both Java and C++, but I wouldn't recommend it for either.
|Is there a standard library/API/tool for implementing basic "rule chains" in Java?|
Well, I'd use Commons Chain
A popular technique for organizing the execution of complex processing
flows is the "Chain of Responsibility" pattern, as described (among
many other places) in the classic "Gang of Four" design patterns book.
Although the fundamental API contracts required to implement this
design patten are extremely simple, it is useful to have a base API
that facilitates using the pattern, and (more importantly) encouraging
composition of command implementations from multiple diverse sources.
it's a common Design Pattern, guess that fits your problem
|Is there a tool for the conversion of duplicate literals into final Strings/magic numbers in Java?|
I think Eclipse provides that already. If you select the whole String and
press CTRL+1 it should give you the opportunity to choose: "Extract to
constant". This will implicitly replace all occurrencies of your String
with the new constant.
|How to use Squish tool for Qml|
I ran into the exact same problem, If you are using Squish under Ubuntu you
have to apply a patch to your QT build and that should fix the problem, you
can get the patch from here
http://download.froglogic.com/snapshots/qt-dynlist-pt2.patch. I hope this
|spam tool in vb.net|
if don't wanna open the browser then use webbrowser control like so
Private webbrows As New WebBrowser
private sub form_load(snder......
dim _url as string = "your url that mostly wont work"
' if you use vb2010 then you have lambada expressions
AddHandler webbrows.DocumentCompleted, Sub(sd As Object, e4 As
' a check that the page fully loaded
If e4.Url.ToString <> _url Then Exit Sub
|richfaces 4 tool tip|
(Have to copy the whole example next time …)
You're missing <h:head> and so the JS for the tooltip isn't being
loaded (this should throw an error in the console), it can be empty but it
has to be there. You also need <h:form> for ajax to work.
|C indentation tool|
Since you plan on extending existing code, why not use astyle?
Once you have the correct flags it formats your code accordingly so that
the results will always be the same. I (sadly) haven't found any dry-run
flags, but a diff of your original file and the newly created astyle file
should give you all violations.
|Tool Tip CSS not showing|
This fiddle seems to look fine with your code. I changed color: #000 to
#FFF. Black on black isn't very visible.
|ZF2 Zend Tool CLI will not work on Mac|
It tells you the command zf.php is not found. It doesn't even look for a
file at this point. To use zftool.phar you need to be able to run PHP in
To check if PHP is enabled in your CLI type the following:
It should output something like this:
PHP 5.3.26 (cli) (built: Jun 5 2013 19:16:29) Copyright (c) 1997-2013
The PHP Group Zend Engine v2.3.0, Copyright (c) 1998-2013 Zend
Also you have to install/enable the PHAR module for PHP.
Now change dir (cd) to where zftool.phar is located and use the zftool.phar
php zftool.phar create project foo
|Tool GUI automation using perl|
On Linux you can use the Expect perl module from CPAN, which was designed
specifically to control command line applications. This CPAN module is
patterned after the famous Expect program that was written as an extension
of Tcl to control command line apps.
Click here for the latest version of Expect on CPAN
Click here for associated documentation
Assuming you have working perl install and "cpan" command on your PATH,
install the Expect package & dependencies using this shell command (in
$ cpan install Expect
Most people (including myself) won't have access to the proprietary Metware
Debugger to test/demonstrate control of that specific tool.
Luckily, most command-line debuggers are fairly similar in terms of the way
they interact with the terminal session, so
|Ruby ri tool will not work.|
It looks like your version of rdoc (4.0.1) is very new. As @theTinMan
indicated, you may want to bump you ruby version to 1.9.x or 2.0.0 if
Alternatively, you could try removing 4.0.1 and installing 3.12.2, which is
the most recent 3.x variant on rubygems.
I dug into the source code to determine that rdoc is attempting to
Marshal.load a cache file. Perhaps you want to clear the cache and re-run
the rvm docs generate-ri to ensure that the cache encoding is accurate.
|Remove tipTip tool tip|
I've rewritten some parts of the plugin to make it much easier to work
with. However, there is a lot more that could be done to clean up the code.
Basically, I just used a custom event namespace (.tip) which allowed me to
re-structure the plugin and create a destroy method that simply calls
The new plugin code is a little too long to post here so take a look at
this pastebin: http://pastebin.com/VaXHWE5N
I've also created a working fiddle with the updated code:
|Is a ORM the right tool to use for migrating data?|
An ORM is definitely not the right tool, as you rightly point out they are
for OLTP applications.
Given that SSIS is off the table (it is the right choice were it an
option), I'd consider looking at Rhino ETL. Very flexible, and you can use
SqlBulkCopy with it which obviously you should consider doing here. It's
open source, too boot.
|Touch to hide tool bar|
Write your code in the view where you added tool bar. You will get
location of touch using this code:
UITouch *touch = [[event allTouches] anyObject];
CGPoint location = [touch locationInView: touch.view];
And then check if touch is inside your rect using CGRectContainsPoint:
Another approach is simply put an button on the required area. Hope this
|How can I instead adbd tool in my device?|
The adbd binary resides in the /sbin directory of the ramdisk from a
To use your own adbd binary you would:
Decompile your boot.img
There are specific utilities to do this:
mkbootimg, unpack-bootimg.pl & repack-bootimg.pl
Or you could something more user friendly like Dsixda's Android Kitchen.
Replace the default adbd binary in the /sbin directory of the ramdisk with
your modified one.
Recompile the boot.img
If you are making modifications in the adbd binary to enable root access in
adb shell, you may also want to make modifications to the default.prop
file; more specifically changing these entires -
to something like this:
| not being recongnized by IE F12 developer tool|
The end tag for a <p> is optional
A <p> cannot contain a <div>
When you open the <div> you end the <p> implicitly. Then when
you try to close it with </p>, it is already closed.
|NSSegmentedControl within tool bar like Xcode 4|
To me the cells of Xcode's segmented controls look like stock AppKit
To achieve that appearance, choose Capsule for the Style setting and Select
Any for Mode (to get multiple selection).
The emboss effect for the images is automatically applied to all black
images whose name ends with "Template". In the attached screenshot I used
some stock template images (e.g. NSFlowViewTemplate) from Interface
Regarding frame size: NSSegmentedControls have a fixed height (3 control
size settings: Regular, Small & Mini) and variable widths (per
|Run gcov tool using c++ compiler|
http://www.slideshare.net/maguschen/using-gcov-and-lcov are good sources
for using gcov/lcov (with this help I've managed to use lcov in really big,
lcov gives you possibility to show results of coverage in html format (nice
percentages for listed files or even for lines in source files).
Oh, and I hope you do realize it's a dynamical coverage, so you have to
actually run the program to get any coverage (building should only create
|How to positionate a tool bar at the bottom of a div?|
Almost got it...look at my fiddle http://jsfiddle.net/bb7555/79Uzf/
Just set the top-margin on tools to bottom margin:
I would recommend testing each function using something like Jasmine to
start with. This will ensure the internal behaviour is correct. You could
to ensure it looks correct.
|How to remove the tool tip in UISearchBar|
Here you have to return NO for all the specific methods the menu controller
if (action == @selector(defineSelection:))
else if (action == @selector(translateSelection:))
else if (action == @selector(copy:))
return [super canPerformAction:action withSender:sender];
Hope this helps .