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  • Apr 02
    Re: Interfacing Eiffel application to Git?
    Hi Thomas On Thursday, April 2, 2020 at 11:35:55 AM UTC-3, javier hector wrote: > > > Hi Thomas, > On Thursday, April 2, 2020 at 8:13:27 AM UTC-3, Thomas Beale wrote: >> >> Hi Javier, >> the behaviour of git_status changes depending on how I build it. >> >> If a do a build from scratch and then
  • Apr 02
    Re: [eiffel-users] Re: Symbolic forms of loops
    Eric, I agree with all of that. - thomas On Wednesday, 1 April 2020 23:56:57 UTC+1, Eric Bezault wrote: > > On 01/04/2020 23:40, Thomas Beale wrote: > > Hi Alex, > > > > I was just contemplating this: > > |⟳c:s ¦print (c.name)⟲| > > > > Why not just use the initial symbol, and forget the
  • Apr 02
    Re: Interfacing Eiffel application to Git?
    Hi Thomas, On Thursday, April 2, 2020 at 8:13:27 AM UTC-3, Thomas Beale wrote: > > Hi Javier, > the behaviour of git_status changes depending on how I build it. > > If a do a build from scratch and then finalise (from inside Estudio) WITH > assertions (whatever is enabled in the .ecf, I didn't
  • Apr 02
    Re: Interfacing Eiffel application to Git?
    Hi Javier, the behaviour of git_status changes depending on how I build it. If a do a build from scratch and then finalise (from inside Estudio) WITH assertions (whatever is enabled in the .ecf, I didn't change anything), I get a binary that works (except the final line is still missing an LF):
  • Apr 02
    Re: Interfacing Eiffel application to Git?
    Hi Thomas, On Wednesday, April 1, 2020 at 5:40:58 PM UTC-3, Thomas Beale wrote: > > Hi Javier, > > initial experiments don't get the results I would expect. > > First with git_status: > > thomas@Meduse-VB:~/openEHR-specifications/specifications-AM$ git_status -- > porcelain > > Intializing Libgit2
  • Apr 01
    Re: [eiffel-users] Re: Symbolic forms of loops
    This could only work if we restrict this notation to only one instruction. So the following: ⟳ c: s ¦ print (c.name); print ("%N") would be a loop followed by an instruction to print a newline (and not a loop with two instructions). Personally, this would have my preference. I think
  • Apr 01
    Re: Symbolic forms of loops
    Hi Alex, I was just contemplating this: ⟳ c: s ¦ print (c.name) ⟲ Why not just use the initial symbol, and forget the final one, i.e. ⟳ c: s ¦ print (c.name) That seems more consistent with the other operators. - thomas On Tuesday, 17 March 2020 12:19:06 UTC, Alexander Kogtenkov wrote: > >
  • Apr 01
    Re: Interfacing Eiffel application to Git?
    Hi Javier, initial experiments don't get the results I would expect. First with git_status: thomas@Meduse-VB:~/openEHR-specifications/specifications-AM$ git_status -- porcelain Intializing Libgit2 M docs/ADL2/master04-cadl.adoc M docs/ADL2/master04-cadl.adoc M docs/ADL2/master04-cadl.ad
  • Apr 01
    Re: Interfacing Eiffel application to Git?
    Great, I will add it ASAP > > > Thanks very much for the quick help. > You are welcome > - thomas >
  • Apr 01
    Re: Interfacing Eiffel application to Git?
    I think I am there... I can compile and finalise the git_status example. However, when I run it from the command line, I get the following thomas@Meduse-VB:~/Eiffel/eiffel-wrap-c/wrap_libgit2$ git_status git_status: error while loading shared libraries: libgit2.so.0.99: cannot open shared
  • Apr 01
    Re: Interfacing Eiffel application to Git?
    Hi Thomas, On Wednesday, April 1, 2020 at 7:00:25 AM UTC-3, Thomas Beale wrote: > > Getting closer... > now when using wrap_c, according to the wrap_libgit2 README, I get: > Ok I see there is an issue in the README file, i've fixed it now The command line should be wrap_c --verbose --output-dir=
  • Apr 01
    Re: Interfacing Eiffel application to Git?
    Getting closer... now when using wrap_c, according to the wrap_libgit2 README, I get: thomas@Meduse-VB:~/Eiffel/eiffel-wrap-c/wrap_libgit2$ wrap_c --verbose --output-dir=$LIB_PATH/library/generated_wrapper --full-header=$LIB_PATH/library/C/include/git2.h config.xml [100%] phase 1: parsing
  • Apr 01
    Re: Interfacing Eiffel application to Git?
    Hi Thomas, I´ve fixed the issue. Please check the latest code https://github.com/eiffel-wrap-c/WrapC Javier On Tuesday, March 31, 2020 at 5:20:15 PM UTC-3, Thomas Beale wrote: > > Hi Javier, > I finally got around to trying this. > I have built libgit2 according to the README; it installs a
  • Mar 31
    Re: Interfacing Eiffel application to Git?
    Hi Thomas thanks for reporting the issue, I didn't notice the issue with Eiffel 19.05. I'will fix it ASAP. On Tuesday, March 31, 2020 at 5:20:15 PM UTC-3, Thomas Beale wrote: > > Hi Javier, > I finally got around to trying this. > I have built libgit2 according to the README; it installs a .so
  • Mar 31
    Re: Interfacing Eiffel application to Git?
    Hi Javier, I finally got around to trying this. I have built libgit2 according to the README; it installs a .so and a .a (when I did a static build as well) into /usr/local/lib: thomas@Meduse-VB:~/Eiffel/eiffel-wrap-c/libgit2/build$ ls /usr/local/lib/*git* /usr/local/lib/libgit2.a /usr/local/l
  • Mar 31
    Re: [eiffel-users] Re: Using GTK3 Vision library on Ubuntu; how to specify?
    I did finally figure it out ... but if the implementation isn't finished, probably it should not be an option there in the libraries? (It doesn't compile at any rate). On Tuesday, 31 March 2020 18:22:54 UTC+1, Jocelyn Fiat wrote: > > If you look at the vision2.ecf file, you will see the variable
  • Mar 31
    Re: [eiffel-users] Re: Using GTK3 Vision library on Ubuntu; how to specify?
    If you look at the vision2.ecf file, you will see the variable "vision_implementation" so you should put in your application target the line However, I fear the gtk3 implementation has never been completed. Regards, -- Jocelyn On Tue, Mar
  • Mar 31
    Using GTK3 Vision library on Ubuntu; how to specify?
    I see there is a GTK3.4 implementation of Vision2. Is there any documentation about what it fixes compared to GTK2? And how do I enabled it? I assume something like the following:
  • Mar 31
    Re: Using GTK3 Vision library on Ubuntu; how to specify?
    Typo... not but presumably something like but I don't know what the xxx is. On Tuesday, 31 March 2020 18:07:17 UTC+1, Thomas Beale wrote: > > I see there is a GTK3.4 implementation of Vision2.
  • Mar 22
    Gobo Eiffel 20.03 released
    This new release of Gobo Eiffel should work fine with EiffelStudio 19.05 and 19.12. Please see the release notes here: https://github.com/gobo-eiffel/gobo/blob/master/History.md You can download the Gobo package from SourceForge: https://sourceforge.net/projects/gobo-eiffel/files/gobo
  • Mar 18
    Re: [eiffel-users] Eiffel and Raspbian ARMv6
    I have started Eiffel Studio on RPI4 with armv7 and it runs quite well, but the compilation is slow. Spent several day to put Eiffel Studio cross-compiler for armv7 to run on Linux PC (there is a mix of old and new information on cross compiling on eiffel.org) And did Wrap_C on PIGPIO library.
  • Mar 18
    Re: [eiffel-users] Eiffel and Raspbian ARMv6
    For info, I have been using/testing using the Raspberry pi 4 (4GB), and EiffelStudio runs well on it. For smaller raspberry pi such as RPI v1, I mostly used the command line compiler, especially to build the armv6 version. But EiffelStudio should work, however maybe not as reactive as you wish.
  • Mar 18
    Re: [eiffel-users] Eiffel and Raspbian ARMv6
    So great!!!! I rejoice testing it!! Thx Larry always had this question. Maybe if somebody can let a project on youtube it could do some publicity for Eiffel ... On Wed, Mar 18, 2020 at 7:12 AM Jocelyn Fiat wrote: > And also ARMv7 for latest Raspberry Pi. > > On Wed, Mar 18,
  • Mar 18
    Re: [eiffel-users] Eiffel and Raspbian ARMv6
    And also ARMv7 for latest Raspberry Pi. On Wed, Mar 18, 2020 at 8:11 AM Jocelyn Fiat wrote: > Yes. > > On Tue, Mar 17, 2020 at 11:54 PM Larry Rix > wrote: > >> I noted on the Linux Requirements on Eiffel.org that ARMv6 is listed as >> being
  • Mar 18
    Re: [eiffel-users] Eiffel and Raspbian ARMv6
    Yes. On Tue, Mar 17, 2020 at 11:54 PM Larry Rix wrote: > I noted on the Linux Requirements on Eiffel.org that ARMv6 is listed as > being compatible with the EiffelStudio 19.05 > > Does this mean I can successfully install ES on a Raspberry Pi with > Raspbian
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