Video game rom codes
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by Angel Leon. March 17, 2015; August 29, 2019.
On the compilation phase, you will usually need to specify the different include paths so that the interfaces (.h, .hpp) which define structs, classes, constans, and functions can be found.
llvm include paths are passed with
-I/path/to/includes, you can pass as many
-I as you need.
cl.exe takes include paths with the following syntax:
/I"c:\path\to\includes\ you can also pass as many as you need.
Navigate to http://nodejs.org/download/ and on the Linux Binaries (.tar.gz) row click to download the 64-bit version of the current latest release.
Say you've downloaded
node-v0.10.7-linux-x64.tar.gz into the
Downloads directory. Then, open the terminal and type the following:
$ cd ~/Downloads $ mkdir -p ~/local/node $ tar xzf node-v0.10.7-linux-x64.tar.gz -C ~/local/node --strip-components=1 $ echo '# Node Enviroment Setup' >> ~/.bashrc $ echo 'export PATH=$HOME/local/node/bin:$PATH' >> ~/.bashrc
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|# git config --global mergetool.diffmerge.cmd "diffmergetool.sh \"\$LOCAL\" \"\$REMOTE\" \"\$BASE\" \"\$MERGED\""|
|# git config --global mergetool.diffmerge.trustExitCode false|
|# git difftool -t diffmerge branch1..branch2|
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