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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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