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  1. Hi

    about 1-2 years ago, I've read in a renowned swiss newspaper that Microsoft market share is down to 78%.

    This study was even without the mobiles...


    No, I'm not a Mac user, but use Ubuntu for years, and think that's the best thing that could happen to IT.



  2. Below as it works in 32bit. Swiftcoder, so I should simply delete all: #define main SDL_main

    that I find within sdl headers? I'll try that right now.

    Many thanks



    Invoking: MacOS X C++ Linker

    g++ -arch i386 -L/usr/local/lib -L/usr/X11R6/lib -framework OpenGL
    -framework Cocoa -framework OpenAL -framework SDL -framework SDL_image
    /Users/mike/workspace/P2/SDLMain.m -undefined warning -flat_namespace
    -isysroot /Developer/SDKs/MacOSX10.5.sdk -mmacosx-version-min=10.5
    -dynamiclib -o "mac.xpl" ./main.o -lgl -lglu

    ld: warning: in
    file was built for ppc which is not the architecture being linked

    Finished building target: mac.xpl

  3. Thanks Rip-off, now for seconds it's probably a bracket problem?


        int degree = (int)lon;
        int minutes = (int) ((lon - (float)degree) * 60.f);
        int seconds = (int)(lon - (float)degree - (float)minutes * 60.f * 60.f); // tried all kind of variants but all were different to the output as in the above site.


    Thanks again for help with seconds.

  4. I don't get any errors. It compiles ok but comparing the files after changing back is not identical. That's exactly what I'm investigating now. How would that look by changing "E" and not the value?

  5. while(!inFile.eof())

            char NewByte, Byte;

            // Out old byte is recieved from the file
            Byte = inFile.get();

            // If the file that we are reading has an error, turn 0
            if (inFile.fail())
                return 0;
            if ((int)Byte == 56){
                    NewByte = 126;

    Using if- and ofstream this doesn't work. Basically I want to change the value, save for later reopening. Later reopen and changing back to see the original text.

    Probably my conversions are not correct as without manipulating all is fine?

    Many thanks

  6. Actually, there is, because of (not limited to) these apps:

    • MS Office (Really, don't compare this to the buggy OpenOffice)
    • Adobe Photoshop (Again, don't compare this to Gimp)
    • Adobe Lightroom
    Because I use all of these three, and there's little interest to support them in Linux, I can't use Linux, even though I want to.

    That' not fully true. I use Photoshop and Dreamweaver on Wine/Ubuntu without any problems.

    Actually I develop on Ubuntu everyday with Eclipse, sometimes with Qtcreator.
    I also started gaming with steam and probably never go back to Windows...

    To avoid incompatibilities with older or other office apps, use ISO standardized *.odt documents.



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