I really wanted something like reinteract when I last did some signal processing. I've got to do some for Pete (soon) and I may try this if the time pressure isn't too great.
Posts with tag: programming
The MCC USB-1024HLS Digital I/O box wants me to run their InstaCal software before I can use it from python. When installing it on a new computer, install their drivers and then run that program once.
Next time I get to do some math I should check out SAGE .
The WiiCade Wii Remote API is a software interface that provides Flash programs with the ability to read and access the features of the Nintendo Wii Remote controller when they are run on the Internet Channel web browser.
Our web pages are in AFS space, which would be great but AFS is a pain. The security policy requires me to login with a password in order to get a token in order to access an ACL protected directory. I decided to see if I could get the emacs package
to help me with this. Tramp will use scp to retrieve remote files and to write them on save. How can I get it work with AFS?
Michael pointed me to announcements of WiiWare , a new facility from Nitendo allowing small developers (like us) to develop and distribute games for the Wii. I think the Wii will make a wonderful platform for accessible games.
I have updated the CVS repository at sourceforge with the updates sent by Viji Periapoilan and Sim Harbert of GaTech. Thanks guys.
In both Python and VMware I've noticed that attempts to open a link in the browser failed with a very strange
containing double quote characters. A bit of searching revealed this is a problem with the calling syntax from Firefox in System -> Preferences -> Preferred Applications. Changing from "Custom" to "Firefox" so the Command is
fixes things nicely.
Firefox is the only browser I use, so when things don't work, I get worried. We're looking at Flash as a delivery vehicle for some of our applications for people with disabilities and ran into two potential show stoppers:
- Flash doesn't get focus unless you click on it with the mouse; many of our potential users don't use mice!
- Flash doesn't allow access to right click; many switch interfaces generate left and right click events to signal the user pressing the mover or chooser switch.
I surfed around a bit expecting to find some quick solution and only found despair. It seems that lots of people have encountered these problems in various forms and haven't found a solution.
I modified my former post Python OpenCV wrapper using ctypes to reflect the new version available on SourceForge. This update includes lots of constants from the .h files (thanks to Russell Warren) and a simple hack to make it work on with the differently named DLLs on Linux. The source is now in CVS at SourceForge .
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