When I go to create a new project in Godot Engine (version 3.2) my Project Path is always the original default directory, no matter what path I last used. There doesn’t appear to be any configuration inside the Project List window. How can I change the default project path for new projects?
this is my first time using this and very new in C++. I’m trying to install Geant4 developed by CERN…but i think the main problem that I’m having here is CMake …does anyone know how i can fix this? I have already tried to fix this by searching on the internet this error message but most of the solutions are for Linux or Mac and I’m using Windows. Honestly I just don’t understand where the problem might be.
Thanks in advance
My export was successful with the result as follow:
However, I could not find where my table was exported to. I looked all over the internet, and I still don’t know the default path of oracle EXP command. Please do not tell me anything about EXPDP. EXPDP and EXP are very different.
I built an Ionic 4 App using capacitor. The build process with iOS doesn’t lead to any problems and the iOS App works fine in simulator and on a real device, but when I try to add the platform android i get a weird error saying:
✖ update android: ENOENT: no such file or directory, stat
(error) Error running update: Error: ENOENT: no such file or
I searched the whole Internet an Stackoverflow an coulnd’t find any answers. Even capacitor doctor says everything is ok:
I have some audio assets directories on my website. The server allows directory listing. i.e. all audio files will be listed if the user visited example.com/assets/audio/nature/. I don’t want to change any server’s configurations, so, I will place an index.html inside every assets audio directory to prevent listing.
I worry about the any SEO negative effect of that. The index file code is very simple as below:
I solved my problem.
In Linux, beside the well known fetchmail program that fetch email from other pop3 or imap account, there is another very good program: getmail. With getmail it’s possible to connect a remote imap server, fetch emails from a specific imap folder and put email in another local imap folder. For example, if I want to get emails from junk foder of outlook/office365 and put in the Junk folder of a local imap account, I have to:
install getmail: with debian distros, **apt install getmail**
**su - LOCALUSERNAME** where USERNAME is the local imap account username
**mkdir .getmail** then create the file *.getmail/getmailrc* with the following content:
type = SimpleIMAPSSLRetriever
server = outlook.office365.com
port = 993
username = EMAILADDRESS@OFFICE365.DOMAIN
password = PASSWORD
mailboxes = ("Posta Indesiderata",)
# office365 is really bad: mailbox name takes the localized name, so "Posta Indesiderata" in Italian language
type = Maildir
path = LOCALUSERNAME/Maildir/.Junk/
message_log_syslog = true
message_log_verbose = true
# retrieve only new emails
read_all = false
# delete on server after x days
delete_after = 50
# do not add a Delivered-To: header field
delivered_to = false
# do not add a Received: header field
received = false
Then, type getmail to test what happen, and if everything goes well, add getmail to the cronjob: crontab -e and put inside the line
I wrote a code that allows me to move and organize four types of files from a folder chosen by the user. Problem: when files are moved instead of ending in the selected folders they end up in a folder first.
Example: A file that should end in C:UsersUserDesktopJobsOrganizationScreen ends in C:UsersUserDesktopJobsOrganization.
Can someone help me? Many thanks in advance
In a typical web UI, pagination is usually provided for lists. However, I would like to know whether it makes sense to provide pagination for a tree structure like a directory structure since it may contain ƒiles as well as other directories.
My dilemma is that we are combining two different entities i.e a directory and a file to show this list. Moreover a directory is equivalent to a container of files. Each time we enter a directory, the context changes and the pages displayed are relevant to the current directory. That means a user who has navigated to the inner most directory must be able to switch to any page of its parent directories and this may require multiple pagination rows to be show.
For example: Folder A > Folder B > Folder C > Folder D > File A
Hi I have large btrfs RAID6 exposed over NFSv4. For last few days I was writing data files for one of apps to that RAID over NFS. One directory. Around 2.5M (two and half million) of files. It used to be quite fine however recently something “kicked in”, some magical critical point and all of sudden NFS kinda stopped working at all. When I’m trying to create new file with touch /data/whatever it suddenly takes few minutes to create this file. When I calculated what would be theoretical size of directory listing it turns out to be just shy off 64M which is suspiciously “round” number.
It’s not issue of btrfs itself because directly on server such operation is basically instant. I can also list this directory without a sweat, calculate md5 and basically just work on it effortlessly (sure it takes couple of seconds obviously but it’s within rational time that you could expect from such large directory).
NFS is mount with: -o nfsvers=4,minorversion=2,4.2,hard,intr,rsize=1048576,wsize=1048576
Is there some anomaly that may happen in NFS beyond certain amount of files in directory that may result in such severe performance degradation?