q[cannot open shared object file] abc.so

The wording should be “cannot locate ….”

I fixed this error using $LD_LIBRARY_PATH

The *.so  file is actually specified as a -lthr_gcc34_64 option on the g++ command line, but the file libthr_gcc34_64.so was not found at startup.

I managed to manually locate this file in /a/b/c and added it :



bash: split long command to multiple lines

I managed to split a huge g++ command line  to about 300 lines… much more readable.

The trick:

  • terminate each line with a space, a backslash and … NO trailing space
  • my perl one-liner must user four backslashes to insert that single backslash, then another \n
  • total there are 5 backslashes in a row.

Here’s the command

perl -pe "s/ -/ \\\\\n-/g" build1file.sh

MSOutlook q[Received]: space-sav`custom format

–based on http://www.tushar-mehta.com/publish_train/xl_vba_cases/1205%20Outlook%20custom%20columns.shtml

IIf(Date()=int([Received]),Format([Received],”hh:mm”),IIf(Date()-[Received]<7,format([Received],”ddd m/d”),format([Received],”mmm d, yy”)))

I name it “-myDT3” — 3 types of values

Q: can I share this custom column between Inbox/Deleted/Sent?
A: Unsuccessful try in 2010

Problem — unsortable
Solution — add the original Received field, but keep it razor thin

c++get current command line as str

#include <fstream>

std::string const & get_command_line() {
  static std::string ret;
  if (ret.empty())
        std::string path="/proc/" + std::to_string((long long)getpid()) + "/cmdline";
        std::cerr<<"initializing rtsd parsername from "<<path<<" ..\n";
        std::ifstream myfile(path);
        if (!myfile) return ret;
        getline(myfile, ret);
  return ret;

c++split string on custom delimiter char #practice every6M

For a longer delimiter, you may need string.find()

https://github.com/tiger40490/repo1/blob/cpp1/cpp/binTree/serialize_bbg.cpp has my own tested solution parsing individual tree node details from a stringstream

ifstream f1(fileName.c_str());
string line;
while(getline(f1, line)){
  for(int i=1; ;++i){
        int pos = line.find_first_of("\t");
        string token = line.substr(0,pos);
        cerr<<i<<" : " <<token<<endl;
        if (line == token) break; //there's no more tab in the line
        line = line.substr(pos + 1);

///// a simpler method:
istringstream lineStream("denmark sweden   india us"); //consecutive spaces are Not treated as one
string outputToken;
int main(){
  while (
    getline(lineStream, outputToken, ' ')) // <-- the only thing to remember
        cout << outputToken << endl;