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How can I Java webstart multiple, dependent, native libraries?

How can I Java webstart multiple, dependent, native libraries?

Example: I have two shared objects(same should apply to.dlls). The first shared object is from a third-party library, we'll call it libA.so. I have wrapped some of this with JNI and created my own…


How would you go about evaluating a programmer?

A few weeks ago, I was assigned to evaluate all our programmers. I'm very uncomfortable with this since I was the one who taught everyone the shop's programming language(they all got out of college…


windows vista - Which Vista edition is the best for developer machine?

Microsoft says that Visual Studio 2008 can be installed on any version of Vista(excluding started edition). But I am not sure, if Home Editions cause not problems with debugging, virtual machines, I…


windows - Free Network Monitor

I am having trouble integrating two products, one of which is mine and they appear not to be talking. So I want to make sure they are communicating correctly. I had a look around for network monitor…


linux - How do I add a user in Ubuntu?

Specifically, what commands do I run from the terminal?…


flex - Developing a online exam application, how do I prevent cheaters?

I have the task of developing an online examination software for a small university, I need to implement measures to prevent cheating... What are your ideas on how to do this? I would like to possib…


Changing the default folder in Emacs

I am fairly new to Emacs and I have been trying to figure out how to change the default folder for C-x C-f on start-up. For instance when I first load Emacs and hit C-x C-f its default folder is C:\em…


networking - private IP address ranges

What are the private IP address ranges?…


Reading quicken data files

Looking for an open source library, for C++, Java, C# or Python, for reading the data from Quicken.qdf files. @Swati: Quicken.qif format is for transfer only and is not kept up to date by the appl…



How to Retrieve name of current Windows User(AD or local) using Python?

How can I retrieve the name of the currently logged in user, using a python script? The function should work regardless of whether it is a domain/ad user or a local user.…




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