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Gambas is a free alternative to VB6 on Linux. However, it use a slightly different syntax.


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The open source effort itself rarely makes much money. Donations perhaps. However, open source can be made to create an environment which is conducive to profit nearby. Most "for profit" work with open source consists of trying to create a symbiotic relationship between your profit generating venture and the open source community. Red hat is an excelent ...


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Ubuntu, being a free and open source OS, does not limit you to the usage of free (as in freedom, not as in free beer, to quote Richard Stallman) software only. If you take a look into the Ubuntu Software Center, you'll find a bunch of proprietary software, some of which you have to pay money for. Another example is Steam, which allows users to sell games for ...


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ask for donations. You can even have a donate button built into the app. kick of the project with a fund raiser / kickstarter. You can sell the binaries, Documentation, support contracts.


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first of all ,I don't know if this question should be asked here as it is a c language related question but since it is under ubuntu I will respond : the GCC compiler will look for headers depending on how you declare the header so there is two possibilities first : Declaring the header using angled brackets <> exemple : #include <math.h> in ...


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Since VTE 0.38, vte_terminal_fork_command_full () has been renamed to vte_terminal_spawn_sync (). So if you are using newer versions, you have to change @ADcomp's answer into the following: terminal.spawn_sync( Vte.PtyFlags.DEFAULT, os.environ['HOME'], ["/bin/sh"], [], GLib.SpawnFlags.DO_NOT_REAP_CHILD, None, None, )


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If you use emacs then give helm-dash a try.


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I found a workaround, although it may not be the best way to do it but it works. first, animations should be changed to PropertyAnimation { id: animationOne; target: bigLike;alwaysRunToEnd: true; property: "opacity"; to: 1; duration: 500 onStopped: animationTwo.start()} PropertyAnimation { id: animationTwo; target: ...


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To Nathan's option, I would add patchelf which allows to change the RPATH of an executable. I personally prefer patching RPATH over defining LD_LIBRARY_PATH and the like, since Ubuntu has issue defining these in profile and also as if not defining this in profile, this save the need of a wrapper script. To define an executable RPATH which is relative to the ...


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One can preload libraries using the "LD_PRELOAD" environment variable. Simply specify the full path of the so files like this: export LD_PRELOAD = "/path/to/so1.so /path/to/so2.so"


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The problem is not in building, but that your emulator doesn't have the 15.04 framework on it. You might try downloading a newer emulator image, but I'm not sure if the 15.04 framework has made it onto them yet. The --force-missing-framework option is meant for the install command running on the emulator, not your build command. If you copy your click ...


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The reason my be the lack of parenthesys. You may be using python 3.x but the tutorial you watched was done in python 2.x


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You can now try visual studio code. Microsoft's Visual Studio Code is an Integrated Development Environment (IDE) with support for Mac, Linux and Windows.


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Try running ./build.sh --setup, it appears we left the .sh off the end of that step. The --setup should pull in all those other dependencies.


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Microsoft's Visual Studio Code is an Integrated Development Environment (IDE) with support for Mac, Linux and Windows.


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Is PPA still the only way to publish free open source app for Ubuntu Desktop? Yes, well if you do not want to go through the validation process Canonical enforces. And PPA is a lot easier if you already have a .DEB. Click (What are Click packages?) and Snappy are basically the same (where Snappy is an improved version of Click intended for server side ...


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Abstract Buttons do indeed come with haptic feedback out of the box and does not require any special properties to enable it. It sounds like you are experiencing a bug. Perhaps if you can add the code of your custom round button, one can confirm and check if it works on our end or not.


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I made a workaround to make an HTML5 carousel. In your app.js add the following: window.onload = function () { var UI = new UbuntuUI(); UI.init(); [...] // tab workaround code var tabs = UI.tabs.tabChildren; for (var i=0; i < tabs.length; i++) { var tab = tabs[i]; var parent = tab.parentNode; ...


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This is my example of the project file for a plain C++ application (also shows how to add Qt libraries). Ubuntu-Click is generated. Was compatible with the Ubuntu SDK when I composed it (so, just open it in Ubuntu SDK, it is a normal project). Replace untitled everywhere with your program name. CMakeLists.txt (there are Qt libs that you don't need or need ...


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You miss an underscore in the webview methods. The correct ones are webview.go_back() and webview.go_forward(). Which means your code becomes: def on_backbutton_clicked(self, widget): self.webview.go_back() def on_forwardbutton_clicked(self, widget): self.webview.go_forward() See the linked documentation page for some more convenient methods, ...


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You can use javascript to go back; i have found something here:http://tudorbarbu.ninja/pywebkitgtk-execute-javascript-from-python/ class WebView(webkit.WebView): def get_html(self): self.execute_script('history.go(-1|1)') ignore the next 2 lines i don't know why they were there? you may not need to return anything... html = ...


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I found an unexpected solution here. So I continued my bad behaviour of just deleting things and ran sudo rm -R /etc/schroot/chroot.d/click-ubuntu-sdk-15.04-armhf and taadaaa! I can create a click target for armfh 15.04 now. Thanks Wayne :D


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Full convergence is not yet implemented, and even when it is, many things still will not be entirely feasible on commodity phone hardware, simply due to available resources. When that convergence story is complete, it may be possible to install the SDK directly on the phone, but depending on the hardware you have, it may not actually be feasible to use it; ...



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