Functional Graph Library/Haskell. Kown bug: The Patricia tree implementation does not support multiple edges between two nodes.
New since the last version (June 2008): Bug fix in Graphvis.sq (see also the file CHANGES) The functional graph library for Haskell provides several modules that define inductive graphs and graph algorithms. An older version for ML can be found here. To use the library: Download fgl-126.96.36.199.tar.gz Note that an up-to-date version can be found on Hackage and at: Gunzip and untar the archive. You can find more information in the (very old) User Guide [ps.gz] [pdf]. The previous versions of the FGL can be accessed here: June 2008 version, May 2008 version, April 2007 version, June 2006 version, February 2005 version, January 2004 version, September 2002 version.
The library contains not just a couple of graph algorithms, but rather builds upon a functional view of graphs and graph algorithms. Please send questions, comments, and bug reports to Martin Erwig. Mount a remote filesystem with SSHFS – Dev Tricks – Medium. How to Sell Your Old iPhone for the Best Price. BrydgePro. Disable Java on Mac OS X for a Secure System. While security is a common concern for Windows systems, most Mac users don’t have to worry about running an antivirus or enabling a firewall on OS X.
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BROKEN) directions provided by Google on how to "Move your Google Drive Folder". THEY DON'T WORK (unless you're one of very few lucky people in which case you should go grab some lottery tickets). If you follow the directions, you'll get an error about the new folder not being the original. Umm, isn't that the point of MOVING your folder? By definition, the new one isn't the old one even if it has all the same contents. The problem and solution both lie in 2 files which you will find in the folder %userprofile%\AppData\Local\Google\Drive (for Windows anyway, not sure about other operating systems though I suspect the file names will match). Those files are: Mac Won't Boot? A Step-By-Step Guide to Waking It Up. Last month my dad brought home a 2011 MacBook Pro that his work didn’t want because the battery wouldn’t charge.
Plugged in, it worked for about a week, then it simply stopped booting. He said, if we could get it to work, we would keep it. Mac OS X and iOS Internals - The Forum. Terminal 101: Changing the Screenshot Capture Location. Posted 12/16/2013 at 3:59pm | by Cory Bohon Every Monday, we'll show you how to do something new and simple with Apple's built-in command line application.
You don't need any fancy software, or a knowledge of coding to do any of these. All you need is a keyboard to type 'em out! Last week, we covered how to change the format of screenshots captured by the built-in OS X screen capture utility. This week, we want to tackle the way screenshots are saved, specifically taking a look at where they're saved. Changing the Screenshot Capture Location To change the screenshot capture location to a new place on your Mac, first think of a location that would serve you properly. Defaults write com.apple.screencapture location /Users/[u]/Pictures/Screenshots/ Replace "[u]" with the name of the user on your system.