New answers tagged

2

I don't think there is a correct answer for this, however, I will throw a non IDE option out there. There is a definition bundle for Sublime Text. This isn't an IDE, but still an option depending on what you prefer. To install Sublime Text 2 in Ubuntu 14.04. sudo add-apt-repository ppa:webupd8team/sublime-text-2 sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install ...


1

I found the solution by myself. Adding TARGET_LINK_LIBRARIES(Projectname library) to CMakeLists.txt made it run.


2

You cannot use scopes to "wrap" a website. You would want a simple webapp for that. Scopes are used for querying and displaying of remote content from a web services API e.g youtube, amazon, or querying a RSS or XML data feed of some kind etc. Scopes provide a way to render the raw data in a clean and consistent way. If your blog has an RSS feed then you ...


2

I would flag it, too broad! I lack the experience to cover many aspects. I salute you because you have special finger print on your answers as the those you have mentioned. Those are really prototypes made here as answers. Free Softwares are built by free community. Large softwares have solid core either one, two or many developers. The core team is ...


0

You have a couple of options here, either use U1DB which stores json documents in a sqlite database and has good documentation. Or you can use Qt's Local Storage module which you can interact directly with a sqlite database.


0

I had the same problem. Solved it with tmux, thanks to this answer (copied below). In the terminal that should receive the command start tmux with an identifier: tmux new-session -s MYSES Send commands to it with: tmux send-keys -t MYSES "ls -l"$'\n'


1

At the moment there is no such functionality provided by the Ubuntu HTML5 sdk. See https://developer.ubuntu.com/api/apps/html5/current/UbuntuUI/ for a complete list of provided components. Although there's nothing to stop you rolling your own bottom edge navigation in an HTML5 app :-) You could even possibly propose such a feature to the HTML5 sdk if you ...


0

I had the same error by launching a scope app. I had to install qt5-default then configure the QT runtime in the Desktop Kit target.


0

As pomsky suggested in hin comment I had to choose "ubuntu-sdk-15.04.4" in the manifest.json - File.


0

Well, as Ubuntu 14.10 (Utopic) has become unsupported, that repository is probably not maintained anymore. I recommend cloning current branch, either 15.04 (Vivid)[1] (actually unsupported now, but still maintained because it's the base for current phone image) or 16.04 (Xenial)[2] repo. To port AppArmor for your kernel tree, look for the branches for phone ...



Top 50 recent answers are included