When you are running into bugs or issues in you Android Apps, callstack information of your components would be very much helpful, defintely.
Here is a post I'v found in freescale community, auther by MingZhou, it instructs you have get the caller stack information for you Android App or components. The original url is: https://community.freescale.com/docs/DOC-93624
I installed a new virtual machine(Ubuntu 12.04 LTS) for test purpose, everyting went OK during the installation. However, when I tried to launch my virtual machine after done with the installation, found it always stuck at the startup screen showing "Installing VMWare Tools, Please wait…".
I once planned to upgrade my conditional open-sourced project RTSPPlayer(http://rg4.net/rtspplayer) to ONVIFPlayer, which requires a device with ONVIF protocol supported.
However after resigned from UniSVR, I didn't have the oppotunity to access any ONVIF devices.
Lucky me, I got one from one of my former colleague days before, DAEWOO 570C-X10S (79), which is with both ONVIF v1.0 & v2.0 supported. So today I got my ass down before my laptop, and make some improvement for my ONVIFPlayer App.
After monthes of hardworking, I'm proud to say that MVC v2.6 which I was participated in during the latest monthes has been released for Alpha run, which supports both Android & iOS.
Here are some detail informations about MVC v2.6 Alpha.
People love Google+ Hangouts for meetings. People also love big LCD screens in conference rooms for meetings. What if they both moved to California and got married?
We’re in luck – today Google announced “Chromebox for meetings” – their first foray into the world of room-based video conferencing, with CDW as a launch partner.
Extend your H.323-based applications by using NON-STANDARD messages
Comparing to SIP protocol or RTSP protocol, H.323 protocol is a strict one, which has its own working flow control, and every bits in it's protocol buf has its meaning. However H.323 provided a NON-STANDARD message machenism to allow users to extend your own bussiness rules. This document is discribing a example extended H.323 bussiness by using NON-STANDARD message of H.323. And also could be a guide of how to start your own NON-STANDARD message for your H.323-based applications.
Keywords: H.323, RAS, NON-STANDARD message Continue reading
现有的目标跟踪方法主要有两类：一类是基于相关的目标跟踪。这是一种先检测后跟踪的方法，它适用于目标之间相互作用较小和背景较简单的情况 ；另一类是基于特征的目标跟踪。这是一种先跟踪后检测的方法，跟踪的结果需要检测来校正。 Continue reading
One of my VS2008 Project can not run debug, however the output windows will trace out a message like this, “Binary was not build with debug information”, when I try run this project in debug mode.
The problem is, as the error message suggests, you have not built your project with debug information.
To fix this issue, all you need to do are:
- Goto Project->Properties
- Select “C/C++”, then “General”
- Make sure set the project configuration of “Debug information format” to “Program Database for edit and continue (/ZI)”
- “C/C++” –> “Optimization”
- Make sure set the project configuration of “Optimization” to “Disabled (/Od)”
- “C/C++” –> “Code Generation”
- Make sure set the project configuration of “Runtime library” to “Multi-Threaded Debug (/MTd)”
- Make sure set the project configuration of “Generate Debug info” to “Yes (/DEBUG)”
If everying is confirmed or done, try rebuild your project, and run debug again, enjoy your debug.
Weeks ago, I upgraded my blog to WordPress 3.8. After that, I found that if I dont use GoAgent to break the GFW, it took me about 1 minute to show the home page.
After did some more check, I confirmed that its all because WordPress 3.8, and its latest version v3.8.1 are using Google Fonts, and its host (http://fonts.googleapis.com) is blocked by GFW. People inside the GFW are sucked by it.
The fact that WP is using Google Fonts in its default themes bugs me and guys inside GFW a lot.
Here are my solutions for this issue. Continue reading
It was Jan 11 to Jan 12, the day for my paper proposals. I had got a really bad cough, but managed to get my ass to Hefei, Anhui. Thanks lucy, it was she who accompanied me to the train station, 6 am, early before dawn. Maybe it was all because of that, I got my proposal passed, XDXD.
My proposal was about something I’d done in my previous company, which is OpenCV related. Revisions after revisions, I narrowed the topic to face detect (and related) algorithms only by my tutor’s suggestion. Continue reading