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  1. R

    C/C++ Creating a virtual environment for C programs

    I am having fun learning the C language, however, coming from Python, there is a feature that I really like. And that's virtualenvs which isolates packages you use in your program from your main system. This is really helpful for me. As an example, last day I needed a package that would help me...
  2. senenmut

    running 32bit applications on a 64bit machine ?

    Hello, one question. freebsd32 / freebsd64 If you have a application that is made on a 32bit machine , does it run on a 64bit machine OR do you have to compile the sourcecode of that application on a 64bit machine itself for working ? The sourcecode is always the same because the language...
  3. malavon

    Other Dump source code during execution like a debugger or more or less like a coverage tool

    Background I have this little problem: I'm currently implementing pci listing in a port (Unreal Engine for those who've seen me before on this forum) and I want to use some of the code from pciconf. What I'm looking for Now it would be very handy if there were a utility I could call that would...
  4. RedPhoenix

    What Do YOU Use FreeBSD For, and Do You Use UFS or ZFS? :)

    I use it for development, you know, Programming 'n stuff... :) I also use it for ZFS, since I keep backups of my friends' and family members' data. :) I also use it for other things, like when I use Linux, but want more of a UN*X-y feel. It also speaks to how good of an OS it is when I...
  5. jdb

    C/C++ Best HTML parsing library for C++

    Hey guys :) I am searching for a HTML parsing library for C++ with xPath support. Thanks in advance :D
  6. decuser

    Solved How to install and run gcc safely without polluting my flawlessly running system

    I am wanting to run the examples in the Stevens book, Advanced Programming in the Unix Environment. I'd rather not pollute my running system with extraneous files that are not required for the system to function. My question and followups for the masters out there: What's a safe way to install...
  7. B

    Hi again!

    This time i ask for some tips. I want to start to learn some language of programation, which would you recommend me? Which are the best programs for make a program? I don't have very clear where to start. Another thing: there's some languages which can work best in this system, or they are all...
  8. clawhammer

    Solved How do I get started with graphics on the terminal?

    I am looking to make an old school style game such as NES games like super mario or elevator action. I've been searching around the internet for programming graphics on the terminal on unix but I haven't seen anything that I think is what I need. Does anyone have any suggestions on where to get...
  9. Dr.Topaz

    Solved Linux emulator with mplab x ide and xc8.

    So I am a pic programmer, I use pic to solve any technical problems.So when I moved to FreeBSD , I saw a major problem,the MPLAB x ide and the xc8 compiler does not support FreeBSD.Shocker. I am aware of a linux emulator built inside FreeBSD and since mplab x ide and Xc8 compiler supports...
  10. Arnold

    Porting yet another programming language to FreeBSD

    Hi there, I know, it is a boring topic, sorry having posted it, because it will trigger the usual responses anyway. If you feel like that perhaps better skip the rest and save your precious time to have a look around in the real world outside. Are we alone now? Then the interesting bits can...
  11. Phishfry

    C- Programming books.

    I bought some old C books and I am finding that many of the examples would throw compile errors. This prototype used is what got me messed up: #include<stdio.h> void main() { printf("Goodbye, cruel world\n"); } I found how to fix it (with the help of some excellent compiler messages) but I am...
  12. Phishfry

    Web Frameworks

    Looking to learn a web frameworks. I want opinions on what to use. Today I bought some books on python. I want lightweight for embedded usage and I am leaning toward Pyramid. A fellow user here showed a nice Ajax and Python interface that impressed me.. So many choices even within the python...
  13. sidetone

    Julia scientific programming language

    Julia is a scientific programming language modeled after a few other languages that draws their advantages together for simplicity. It uses LLVM, and it has an MIT license. http://julialang.org/ http://www.wired.com/2014/02/julia/...
  14. T

    Solved Game programming libraries for FreeBSD?

    Hi, I'm a Linux user(ArchLinux) thinking about switching to FreeBSD. After a bit of googling, the only doubt I have left is what game/multimedia programming libraries are there for FreeBSD. I searched for some and found out that there are sdl and allegro ports, although these libraries don't...
  15. N

    Book on C programming. Still good?

    I have a simple question to anyone that can answer. I have a book here that is called: Using C by Lee & Mark Atkinson. Was wondering if most of the information is still viable? I know c has gone through a couple changes, but would be nice to have something on the side to read (Better/easier on...
  16. sidetone

    Apple's Swift 2 is now open-source

    Apple's Swift programming language has been open-sourced. Opps! Apple's big news was accidentally leaked hours early, and no one was ready for the response - Business Insider Apple's GitHub repository swift.org
  17. Itproman

    Solved How Do I Start Python Under FreeBSD 10.2?

    I just installed lang/python34. I now have two questions? 1) In what directory do I find the executable? 2) What command do I type to start it (I know it isn't "python", or "python34", because I just tried those.)?
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