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What is the recommended way for carrying VHDL code around?


What is the recommended way for carrying VHDL code around?

By : trittberg
Date : November 22 2020, 02:59 PM


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Non-recommended latches generated in VHDL

Non-recommended latches generated in VHDL


By : Xiben Nguyen
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
carrying out JUnit Testing with complex code

carrying out JUnit Testing with complex code


By : Sivk
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
fixed the issue. Will look into that further Firstly, IMO, I don't really see any positive gain from unit testing GUI stuff. (totally depends on the situation though)
Secondly, you should test methods:
code :
public int add(int i, int j) {
   return i+j;
}
public void shouldReturn5WhenAdding2And3 {
  // When
  int result = testSubject.add(2, 3);       

  // Then
  assertEquals(result, 5);
}
Random r = new Random();
buttons.get(r.nextInt(buttons.size())).setText(text);
public void printTextOnRandomButton(List<JButton> buttons) {
    Random r = new Random();
    buttons.get(r.nextInt(buttons.size())).setText(text);
} 
public void oneOfButtonsShouldHaveText() {
  // Given
  List<JButton> buttons = testSubject.getButtons();
  // You don't have to get the list of buttons from the tested class, you could
  // create a list of buttons within the test.
  String text = "I was chosen";

  // When
  testSubject.printTextOnRandomButton(buttons);

  // Then
  assertTrue(button1.getText().equals(text) || button2.getText().equals(text) || button3.getText().equals(text));
}
Is there a better way to combine static libraries without carrying a bunch of unnecessary code?

Is there a better way to combine static libraries without carrying a bunch of unnecessary code?


By : Tianyu You
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
fixed the issue. Will look into that further You can extract from the old libraries those object files you wish to incorporate in the new. But there really isn't much point in worrying about it; the linker will only link those object files that are necessary, unlike a shared library where all the symbols defined in the shared library are available to the executable (not that it uses them all, usually).
The old-fashioned way to do the job would be:
code :
mkdir new
cd new
ar x ../old1.a
ar x ../old2.a
ar rv ../new.a *.o
cd ..
rm -fr new
Lua Carrying over a value through line wrap code

Lua Carrying over a value through line wrap code


By : Shahzab Asif
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
will help you Previously, I received help in the following link:
code :
function wrap(str, limit, indent, indent1)
  indent = indent or ""
  indent1 = indent1 or indent
  limit = limit or 79
  local here = 1-#indent1
  local last_color = ''
  return indent1..str:gsub("(%s+)()(%S+)()",
    function(sp, st, word, fi)
      local delta = 0
      local color_before_current_word = last_color
      word:gsub('()@([@%a])', 
        function(pos, c)
          if c == '@' then 
            delta = delta + 1 
          elseif c == 'x' then 
            delta = delta + 5
            last_color = word:sub(pos, pos+4)
          else                 
            delta = delta + 2 
            last_color = word:sub(pos, pos+1)
          end
        end)
      here = here + delta
      if fi-here > limit then
        here = st - #indent + delta
        return "\n"..indent..color_before_current_word..word
      end
    end)
end
Creating new branches in GIT and carrying over code changes

Creating new branches in GIT and carrying over code changes


By : Kiran Ballal
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
it should still fix some issue Your question actually contains the answer to your question. You can use this command:
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