Programming :: Python - Placing A Gtk.Entry() Into A Toolbar

Jun 18, 2011

I've searched the web for quite a while and cannot seem to find a way to add a gtk.Entry() to a toolbar via toolbar.insert().

I currently have this:


Which in turn spits out "Gtk.Toolbar.insert() argument 1 must be gtk.ToolItem, not gtk.Entry"

How would I do this correctly?

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Ubuntu :: Adding Entry In Nautilus Toolbar To Arrange Files

Mar 11, 2011

I want to add an entry in nautilus toolbar to sort files. Same kind of entry presented in the right click "Arrange items". I have checked nautilus-actions, but don't know what are the commands, and i want the entry look like view options already available in nautilus toolbar.

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Programming :: Placing Array Into Rows ?

Oct 27, 2010

In placing array data into while statement that will be looped to recreate more lines as information is populated.

unfortunately i'm not getting this to work.

PHP Code:

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Programming :: LaTeX - Placing Translation In Parenthesis ?

May 6, 2011

Is there any method for placing translations in parenthesis at first occurrence? I need something similar to the acronym package, but instead, storing translations and printing brackets only after the first occurrence.

E.g. (pseudo-code):

Results in:

Do you like to eat bananas (xiangjiao)? No I don't like to eat bananas.

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Programming :: Shell Script On Placing Files Across Mount Points ?

Feb 19, 2010

I have a database with x number of files (192 at the moment, but will vary from time to time). I am going to copy these files to another location on the same server thorugh shell script. Problem with total size of 192 files is approx 900 GB (again this will vary from time to time).

My shell script should calculate the free space available at present in the server on each of the mount point (can be filled till it reaches 95%). Always 5% free space should be available free for future growth.

After calculating, it should prepare another flat file with following details:

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Programming :: Make Python Programs Run Without Entering The Command Python?

Mar 22, 2009

I want to be able to do

sudo ./

instead of always having to do

sudo python

What do I need to change?

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Programming :: Python - Get Text File Data Into An Array On Python?

Nov 30, 2009

I've already used line split stuff to transform my data into something like this in a text file:


['1', '1', '3', '20.7505207']
['2', '1', '3', '23.0488319']
['3', '1', '3', '-1.5768747']
['4', '1', '3', '-26.4772491']


How can I get this on a python program so I can manipulate it as an array?

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Ubuntu :: Locked Toolbar - New Position For The Toolbar That Sits At The Top Of The Screen

Mar 30, 2011

I have been working for the last three months with Ubuntu 10 on a destop. Doing just fine and loving it. I decided to try a new position for the toolbar that sits at the top of the screen. I did a right click and moved it to the right side of the scree, didn't like the look of that. Right click on the bar and moved it to the left, didn't like that either, so moved it to the bottom. having done all that I thought I could put it back at the top but alas, I can not right click on the Toolbar.

It seems as though the two bars are fighting each other at the bottom of the screen.I would like to go back to the default position at the top of the screen. I do have a terminal window available to me on the desktop so if I could find out the command line to type in, I should be able to reset my tool bar. Being new I have no idea what this command would be.

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Programming :: Python 2.x - Represent The Same In Python 3.x

Mar 4, 2010

I have a function definition in a Python 2.x script which take a tuple as one of its arguments, but 2to3 has no answers nor any of my searching on how to represent the same in Python 3.x


def blah(self, (string1, string2))

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Programming :: Totem Python Plugin Programming: Any Signal For Video Mouse Click?

Feb 9, 2011

I want that I click with the mouse on the video, it paused.I notice that there is "BaconVideoWidget" which I guess is the video rendering widget but it don't have signal named "clicked":

vd = totem_object.get_video_widget()
vd.connect("clicked", vd.hide)


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Programming :: Get Input From Entry Using Gtk?

May 2, 2011

I'm trying to make a program to simulate a parabolic movement, so i've added 2 entries, one for the initial velocity and other for the angle, anyway you probably don't care about that xD what i want is to take the number entered in the entry and put it in a variable to do the math, and then show everything in a dialog or something. how do i do that?

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Programming :: Kernel: Which GTD Entry Holds The IDT?

Dec 5, 2010

I have to add a new interrupt framework to the kernel (INT 81h). To add the interface descriptor to INT 81h I have to write to the IDT entry 81h. There are some functions of the kernel that can do this task but they can not be used in a module. So I will now do a patch to the kernel and don't know where to start.

Where is INT 80h interface descriptor written to the IDT? - So I could write it maybe the same way in the same function. Which GTD entry is used to write to the IDT (1, 2, 3 or ...) ? - So I can do some debugging.

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Programming :: PHP Array - Possible To Get More Than Two Values Per Entry?

Jun 13, 2009

I created a class which has to return an array. My problem is I need to return 3 entries per record for example:

"2009-06-13", "John", "Doe";
"2009-06-13", "Paul", "Simon";
"2009-06-12", "Frank", "Herbert";

Can this be done? What is the syntax? Where is the documentation? If this can't be done, How would you return this to a class without using a DB?

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Programming :: Write The Value To The Proc Entry In The Program?

May 1, 2011

I have a kernel module program which is used to create a entry in the proc file system. I have to read and write values in the entry. Its taken from a online tutorial to write the value to the proc entry in the program ?

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Programming :: Scaling Of Directory Entry Lookup?

Feb 28, 2011

I need to create and access a very large number of directories (and by large I mean millions). Each directory's name consists only of numbers, which are incremented every time a new directory is created (so there will be directory 1, 2, and so on).Of course I could just dump all these directories under the same parent directory, but I reckon I would run into filesystem limits. Moreover, I presume that entry lookup is not a O(1) operation, which means that lookup does not scale well.

One solution is to use some sort of prefix tree for storing the data. In this scheme, the data for directory "1234" would actually be stored in "/1/2/3/4".This solution has the advantage that each subtree never has more than 10 entries, but the disadvantage of requiring as many individual lookups as the length of the path.There are also intermediate solutions: using a maximum of 100 entries per directory, "1234" would become "/12/34", per example.In order to choose the best scheme, I must know more about the scalability of directory lookup under Linux. What's the maximum reasonable number of entries for a directory before lookup becomes too slow? Does someone know exactly what are the limitations of the algorithm used for directory lookup?

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Programming :: Unread Log Entry When Reading Log In Java?

Apr 13, 2011

i want to make program that processing entry in log on real time... I have try to pass "tail -f -n 1 /var/log/messages" command from .runtime().exec and process the output,, description of the algo is like this

-passed to exec()
-read output
-if not same as previous value procces it

but sometimes it loose some entry to procces, maybe it occur when proccesing another entry is added by system...

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Programming :: Automating Data Entry Into MySQL Database?

Jul 19, 2010

I have set up a MySQL database which has only three fields for user-name, password and index number. But there is a LOT of data (thousands of columns) which would take too long to enter manually. I'm sure MySQL must have a file format whereby a single large file containing different data types can be successfully automatically imported and the various data elements distributed to their intended fields. Does anyone know which characters MySQL uses as field seperators for this formatting of data, or is there a program already written which can take raw data and organize it into a SQL compatible file?

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Programming :: Rename Files Based On Database Entry?

Jul 8, 2010

I was hoping to get some pointers on how to rename files based on database entry. I got hundreds of thousands of files that has GUID name assigned to it. only way to find out the file name is to look up the database table. Its obvious that this is not efficient. I couldn't find any tutorials on how to do this. Please point me to right direction. A starting point would be very helpful.

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Programming :: Ld: Warning: Cannot Find Entry Symbol _start

Sep 23, 2010

I am writing a sample nasm program via terminal.It's a basic one ,it only demonstrates the usage of the zero and sign flags and print relevant message to the output. Here are the code:


SECTION .data; data section
errMsg:db "Error !",10
errLen:equ $-errMsg
zeroMsg: db "Zero flag",10
zeroLen: equ $-zeroMsg


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Programming :: Calling Umount2() Unmounts Volume But Df Entry Still Visible?

Nov 14, 2010

This is an odd one. I have a C program that calls umount to unmount a volume. A simplified case looks like this:

Code: int main()
int rc = umount2("/v0", MNT_FORCE);
if (rc != 0)
printf("Unable to unmount volume /v0, err='%s'", strerror(errno));

I also discovered the reverse effect with calling mount() in code. When I make a call like Code: mount(drive, volume, "xfs", MS_NOATIME, NULL); the indicated drive is mounted since I can access the files as expected, but df doesn't show the drive has been mounted.

Why is my C code behaving this way? What do the mount/umount commands do when run from the command line that I'm not doing in my C code?

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Programming :: Adding A Entry In The Right Click Menu - Java Opensuse?

May 25, 2011

Ok, first is it possible to take a program I wrote and make it to be a entry in the right menu of a file browser program.

Also, can this happen if the program is developed in Java?

OpenSuSE 11.4
Kde 4
Dolphin(file browser)

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Programming :: Python 2.x Vs 3.x

Apr 21, 2010

I'm starting to learn python and I am wondering whether I should start with python 2.x or should I just start learning python 3.x?

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Programming :: Convert Map From Python 2.x To 3.x

Apr 6, 2010

I have an existing line of code from a P2 script that I cannot find a solution to converting to P3:

for i, x in map(None, list1, list2):
I have found the information about converting the simple case:
map(None,x) becomes list(x)

But my googling was unable to find a solution when more than one iterable exists.

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Programming :: How To Run Python Script From C

Jan 31, 2010

I have a python script I wrote a while ago and now I would like to call that script from inside C. I know how to do one command from C, but how would you execute an entire script from C, and passing arguments? Like:


int main(void)
python( myprogram(1 2 3) );

So I can pass arguments to my script.

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Programming :: Py_FindMethod In Python 3.1.1

Jan 19, 2010

what the equivalent function in Python 3.1.1 is for Python 2.6.4s:


Be buggered if I can find anything in the doco to say what replaced it or what alternative code may need to be entered to replace it

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Programming :: Python With Web Development ?

Dec 17, 2010

I have decided to learn python as it seems to be powerful not just for web development (like php) but also a clean powerful language for other puposes.

Q: Can someone suggest a tutorial or book, on learning python (beginner to intermediate) which has as its focus for learning, web development?

In order of preference: 1. Comprehensive, 2. Online, 3. Free

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Programming :: Piping In Bash Using Python?

Dec 16, 2010

I have a bash script that I want to import in to Python, mainly just to see if I can or not. However in the script I do use some piping of commands into sed to trim it down to what I need. When I tried doing it with the os.system() call, it didn't work. The exact error is

sed: -e expression #1, char 16: unterminated `s' command

However the command that was run can be run in bash without an error. Is there a better/another way to do this? For reference the command is:


locate -n 1 wp-config.php | sed 's/wp-config.php/
/g' | sed '/wp-config.php/ d' | sed '/^$/ d'

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Programming :: Accessing Python Scripts Using Web?

Mar 17, 2011

I am using Centos. I have written some scipts in python that access my routers and fetch the configuration, etc. Now i was thinking of creating a web interface which i can access from my windows XP. I want it to have good look n feel :-),

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Programming :: C++ Or Python - Create 3D Animation ?

Jan 25, 2009

I want to create 3D animation and also make some big programs. Is python capable of that? or should I stick to C++?

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Programming :: Linking Options For Python?

Dec 11, 2010

I am trying to build an application that must link with python so as to load a python module during runtime.I have this makefile :

[alex@iskandhar src]$ cat Makefile
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