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I primarily just wanted to get the text of the article I referenced. (http://wiki.embeddedethernet.com/Developing_in_Cpp#Using_Class_Member_Functions_in_calls_to_the_OS) I believe I wrote most of the entries under the "Developing in CPP" section so I wouldn't mind having a copy of any or all of that...
I got pinged on Stack overflow about something I wrote for http://wiki.embeddedethernet.com no longer working. Is there a new address for the wiki? If not is there any way I can get the entry for http://wiki.embeddedethernet.com/Develo ... _to_the_OS.
I just thought I would make a final post (well who knows I may still lurk around). I took a full time job as a curriculum director with Pluralsight. That's the company I've been authoring courses for on the side for the past couple of years. They are an awesome company and made me an offer I couldn'...
- Wed Oct 08, 2014 3:49 pm
- Forum: Off-Topic
- Topic: Using Subversion with Netburner NBEclipse IDE
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Yes Subversive is the SVN plug in for Eclipse (so is Subclipse) and yes I've used it in the past with TortoiseSVN with no problem. I have since moved on to using Mercurial (TortoiseHg with MercurialEclipse) which I find much better. In either case I use a full version of Eclipse. The last time I che...
- Wed Oct 08, 2014 3:38 pm
- Forum: NetBurner Software
- Topic: Debug Build failure
- Replies: 31
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I don't have a NANO setup to give you a specific answer but in general: 1. Is DBNetburner.a in your nburn\lib folder? 2. If the Release build is working and debug build is not it's usually just a settings issue. You can go to the project properties Then use C/C++Build->Settings on the left and Then ...