The Core i5 processor appears to the operating system as a quad core, but physically it is a dual core processor with Hyper-Threading, allowing each core to maintain the state of two threads, parallelizing their data fetching and some preprocessing, but ultimately sharing a single computation unit.
However, the i5 processor also supports Turbo Boost, which raises the clock speed when only a subset of cores are in use, which could offset gains achieved by running additional processes to fill the cores.
So, will Hyper-Threading result in an overall advantage via parallel compilation, or will the additional IO and cache thrashing become a bottleneck, especially in the face of losing Turbo Boost. This data confirms that for large compilation sets it is preferable to leverage the parallelism of Hyper-Threading vs.
The true quad core processor shows much more aggressive performance for each additional process.A  However, differing in both OS and gcc version makes it difficult to directly compare the run times of these machines.
Keep in mind that the Lab machine is running both a different OS and different compiler version, so direct comparison between it and the other platforms is approximate at best. Overall the a€?virtuala€™ cores of the i5 (and other conflated improvements in CPU architecture, such as integrated memory controller) allow the i5 to approximately split the difference in performance between a laptop Core 2 Duo and a desktop Core 2 Quad. From the VS programming software, a serial connection is made to the VS (though the Arduino). With the remote control section, you can also play from any of the memory slots, wether they were recorded manually with the remote control or automatically by the programmer. The most basic way to use the VS is to have your Arduino code call the ISDPLAY(n) function. When recording to the VS the ISD places an EOM flag at the end of the audio sample when you (or the programming software) tells it to stop recording.
Note: The VS uses digital pins 2,3,4 and 5 of the Arduino, adjust your project so that it does not use these pins. The VS is programmed in real time, the audio is sent over an audio cable while the VS is controlled by serial data signals sent to the Arduino. 3.After a few seconds you should see the two indicators in the upper left turn green, meaning that your programmer has opened a serial port and that the Arduino has responded indicating that it has the a€?VSLoadera€? sketch installed properly.
4.Click once on the Program button in the lower left, to start programming audio into the VS.
5.In the Status area on the bottom of the window you should see a massage about which sound byte is being programmed and after they are all done, you will see a message that says it is finished programming.
Now you can either test the recorded sounds by using the remote control section of the programmer, or quit the programmer and start using these sounds with an Arduino sketch. Requirements: The text file must have two columns, the first must be an integer number that is in the range of sound bytes that you are going to load into the VS.
1.VoiceShield abc(n) Creates an instance of the VoiceShield class, with the name a€?abca€? and divided into n sound bytes.
Screen shot of a basic Arduino Sketch that will play a sound from slot #5, wait 2 seconds and play it again. As suggested on George Shepherd's Windows Forms FAQ, a simple solution to synchronize versions among multiple projects is to extract version information into a single file and reference it from each project.
The purpose of this add-in is to help the user to manage and synchronize all these versions, especially for solutions that contain several projects. Moreover, add-in supports Visual C++ resource file versions (FileVersion and ProductVersion) in unmanaged projects and setup project versions. Last but not least, command line utility does not only provide batch counterpart of the add-in but additionally extends the functionality to Visual C++ 6.0 projects. This article first provides basic information on versions and how they are managed in this tool.
Note that the content sample given is for a C# AssemblyInfo file; for other languages, syntax differs somewhat. As the reader probably knows, AssemblyVersion is stored in the metadata table of the assembly built.
Although for managed C++ projects, an AssemblyInfo.cpp file (with the AssemblyVersion value) is created, its content is not displayed in the properties of the compiled code. It should be pointed out that for managed C++ projects, the version information block is not generated automatically in the resource file, but the developer must add it, e.g.
When the product version of the setup is modified from the Visual Studio environment, the user is asked to modify ProductCode and PackageCode.
The AssemblyInfo file is usually modified for the first time when a project is created: the developer enters information such as company name, copyright, and product description. When the user starts the tool from any of the four commands, the tool browses projects in the currently opened solution. Depending on the configuration settings, the tool also includes Visual C++ resource files (that may contain ProductVersion and FileVersion ) in the numbering scheme: if a resource file contains version information, its timestamp is compared to the timestamps of all the files contained in the project.
It should be pointed out that if a Visual C++ project contains a resource file but no AssemblyInfo file, adding a new resource will always put the latest timestamp on the resource file, and the project will not be marked for version update. Since setup projects consists of a single file, the timestamp comparison logic cannot be implemented for them - the user has to select these files for version update manually. Addin project that contains only one class implementing the IDTExtensibility2 and IDTCommandTarget interfaces in order to create the add-in. The add-in established connection to Visual Studio Environment through the Connect class whose skeleton is automatically generated by the Add-in Wizard.
Receives reference to the application object which is actually the Visual Studio environment (EnvDTE) object, and stores it for further use by the tool. Selects current thread UI culture from the VS environment (for optional localization of resources) and loads the corresponding localized resources. Stores references to Build and Cancel Build commands which are used to dynamically enable or disable the add-in tool commands. The AssemblyVersions class contains a set of ProjectVersions, each of them representing one of the version types. The main window contains several buttons on the right-hand side of the ProjectsListView to manage project selection, as well as buttons to trigger save and build actions. The MessageFilter class is used to handle the 'Application is busy' and 'Call was rejected by callee' errors which often appear when calling Visual Studio automation and may prevent add-in to start at all (c.f. In order to use one installation set and to have only a single add-in registration for all IDE versions, the code was split into parts common to both Framework versions and those specific to each version. Methods in the startup module just forward calls to the appropriate methods of the main implementation class. The application is also able to handle code under SourceSafe control: it will automatically check out items if necessary. To avoid such situations, the idea provided by Catalin Stavaru has been implemented: items in the Solution Browser of the VS environment are selected programmatically and then the check-out command is issued.
After the installation, a menu named VCB as well as a new Versioning Controlled Build toolbar (c.f.
Versioning Controlled Build will open a window like the one displayed at the top of this article. Build with Versions Updated will apply new versions to the modified projects and trigger the Build Solution command. Rebuild with Versions Updated will apply new versions to the modified projects and trigger the Rebuild Solution command. Save Updated Versions will save all the modified files first and then save the versions for modified projects. When a GUI command is started, the add-in browses the currently open solution for all the projects and displays their current versions, if available. The textbox below the listview contains a pattern that can be applied to checked items in the listview. When the content of the textbox is modified, versions in the listview are compared to the version pattern. After pressing the Apply button, the pattern in the textbox is applied to all the checked items in the listview. A group of four buttons is provided to increment only one of the version components of the marked projects. It should be pointed out that new versions are not actually saved as long as the Save, Build, or Rebuild buttons are clicked. Batch commands are equivalent to Save, Build, and Rebuild All commands in the GUI, except that they are executed immediately, without user intervention. During command-line utility setup, corresponding menu with two items are added to Programs menu.

Once again, it should be pointed out that since a setup project consists of a single .vdproj file, there is no way of checking for any changes, so the user must mark the setup project manually for version change. Reset options provide a finer control on what happens with less significant numbers when Major, Minor, or Build Versions are incremented. This tab allows the user to modify some display options: the coloring scheme used to highlight the listview items and how items appear in the listview. This tab contains the path to SourceSafe command-line (required by VCB command-line utility) and path to IIS root folder. If you have any previous versions of this tool installed, it is recommended to uninstall it first. Add-in cannot be installed on Express editions of Visual Studio since they do not allow add-ins.
Support for VS 2005 (please note that the add-in was tested on beta 2 version of VS 2005 only; I had no opportunity to test the add-in on the release version of the IDE yet).
Command line-utility not recognizing projects with non-alphanumeric characters in project names bug fixed.
Code refactored, some bugs fixed and new features implemented (I haven't tested the tool on Vista, so please check Vista and Vista RC2 messages for installation issues).
Addin can be installed on Visual Studio 2008 (beta2) and command line utility can be used with Visual Studio 2008 projects. 3) never install a ota with custom recovery on an LG phone apparently it sits in memory and completes rathr than failing like most other phone manufacturers updates. If one were to buy this phone, it should be rommed and onto an AOSP rom immediately following the first boot.
Checked the script for the update, looks like some audio fixes, thermal engine configs and updates to Roboto. Would any rooted vzw user who’s accepted this update fire up root explorer and provide some info please? Just as I read the story, I immediately jumped to security patch without needing to read any further. But then again there were bunches of them on the S4 that did the same thing never to get it back again. Can’t get to a store till later tonight or maybe Friday to look and make my final decision on this phone. To follow up what KleenDroid said, be FIRM with them if they try to act like they have to activate it. Multiple people on XDA are saying installing this update after having TWRP installs puts the phone into a loop only booting into TWRP. Are people so dumb to want an ota update after going through the effort to get a custom recovery?
I was rooted and performed the update after installing and performing the necessary actions on OTA root keeper. I have it frozen and have yet to be prompted for an update, granted it might just not have gotten to me yet. If you use it, don’t make a backup as that seems to be causing people to have to factory reset. Herd the same, a friend entered into boot loops after attempting to put TWRP on his G2 this morning. In the S4 rom section on xda there is an aroma recovery installer that makes it easy to install it.
There has always been a Verizon boot animation on their G2, I bought it on release day and it had it. About Droid LifeWe consider ourselves to have the greatest Android community in the world, here at Droid Life. In addition to the classic Nero software by Ahead there are a number of other different and interesting programs that support LightScribe. Editor's note: LightScribe drivers that do work with older Nero versions are now provided on the Nero Website. Using this software you can either record the audio into the VS corresponding to text file score-list. Audio played by the remote control section plays through which ever audio output you have connected to the VS.
Adjust the computers playback volume to a level that is louder then normal listening volume but not too loud. Once it is open, on the left side you should see a list of numbers (these are the sound slots) with the names of the audio files. On my computer I find it handy to have a splitter on the audio wire onto which I can connect headphones, so as to listen while the VS is being programmed. Playback can be stopped by either calling the ISDSTOP() function, by starting to play a new sound (old sound will stop immediately and new one will start) or when the VS gets to the end of the sound byte.
Unlike ISDPLAY(n), ISDPLAY_to_EOM(n), keeps the Arduino busy until the VS lets the Arduino know that the sound is finished playing.
The VS will not stop recording until the memory is full, or you issue the ISDSTOP() command. VSProgrammerLite is made with the newest version of Processing and uses the updated Minim audio library. However, that approach has one drawback: if an assembly is used in different solutions, you may end up having two different versions of actually the same assembly. If any of the attributes are missing in the AssemblyInfo file, a value of another available attribute is assigned.
This property is a string, which could mean that it may contain any valid string and is not restricted to a dot-separated list of four integers. Moreover, the StringFileInfo block may contain more than one block, each for a different language selected. These codes (given as GUIDs) are used to identify an application during subsequent installations or upgrades. However, it is worth noting that adding a new resource usually modifies the resource.h header file that is saved immediately before the resource file. This class is the common entry point for add-ins that are registered through the registry (i.e.
With version 2.0 of the add-in, support for VS2005 has been added, which has been later extended for recent versions of Visual Studio, as described in tool history. ProjectVersion is capable of comparing and incrementing versions as well as applying string patterns with wildcards. To avoid the well known problem of TabControl flickering when it is being resized, a control derived from UserControl has been used. It also contains a VersionUpDown edit box in which the user can manually define a new version pattern to apply to selected projects. Custom drawing was required to allow dynamic changing of item appearance: items are displayed in different colors depending on version availability and validity, or are displayed grayed when the item is not checked. It should be noted that the embedded TextBox with the default value of the Multiline property (false) has a finite smallest size. The VersionTextBox is a control which imposes a restriction on the user whereby when entering the version, only a sequence of four integers, asterisk or plus characters, delimited with dot characters, can be used.
OnKeyPress has to be overridden to prevent the user from entering anything but digit or asterisk.
The common startup code detects which Framework is currently active, and loads the appropriate main assembly. However, to fully exploit this automatism, please note that SourceSafe must be configured so that the date and time on local files are set to the modification date and time when checked out (c.f.
The user can assign a shortcut key to any of the above actions (this was a requirement by several users).
It also proposes the next version, according to the increment schema defined in the tool settings. Tabs can be switched by clicking the appropriate button above the listview or by using the Ctrl+Tab key combination.
Please note that, depending on the configuration settings, it could happen that a project is checked in one listview but not in the other - in such cases, only the checked version is processed. If the pattern could lead to a version that is lower than the project's current version, the project is displayed in red, serving as a visual warning for the user.

The new version is validated, and only versions with at least two dot separated integers and an optional asterisk character are allowed.
Save button just saves new versions into the corresponding files, while Build and Rebuild buttons additionally issue corresponding commands to the Visual Studio environment.
Versions for projects are incremented automatically according to the settings of the tool, as described below. It shares configuration settings with the add-in version, but user can override these settings with appropriate startup switches.
This file also stores the size of the main form and the widths of columns in the list view. There is also an option to automatically generate new ProductCode and PackageCode when the version of the setup project is modified. Numbers are generated every time on the tool startup, according to the current local date and time.
It is possible to select versions and order in which they will be exported, define indentation depth (number of characters for exporting to file or line heights when printing). Additional option in Settings added to select which part of the version is incremented by default.
No changelog is in sight, but with its minuscule size, we wouldn’t be surprised if it was a security patch for the current root exploit or bootloader bypass. I could live without most of that, but the knock-on feature would be something i’d want along with the camera.
The update forces users to have a verizon booting animation now after the LG screen making the device longer to boot up. A complete and regularly updated list as well as special templates for use with this labeling technology can be found on the LightScribe homepage.
These files are also necessary for the other label printing programs if not included with the purchase of the burner. Or, using the remote control section, choose a slot number, play your audio and hit record, then press the stop button when done. This also causes the interrupt (INT) pin to go low, this way the Arduino can tell when the end is reached. It also does not use the controlP5 GUI interface, so it is simpler, lighter and more cross platform compatible. Version information consists of four integer values: Major Version, Minor Version, Build Number, and Revision. Even if you rebuild all projects inside the same solution, they may obtain different Revisions. Note that the user can also include the AssemblyInformationalVersion attribute that is assigned to the Product version.
This solution is written in C#, and extends the original idea, providing GUI for more control, and enabling managing all three version types either independently or synchronized.
The reader familiar with versioning and not interested in implementation details may skip to the final section that provides the basic instructions for users. For example, if only the AssemblyVersion attribute is defined, then its value is used for the file and product versions. However, if you try to change the version strings to another form, the compiler will issue a warning or an error.
So, the tool that modifies the Product Version should be able to create new GUIDs for both codes.
If there is a file with a more recent timestamp (which means that the source code has been modified after the previous version change), the project will be marked for version update. So, to circumvent (at least partially) the mentioned inconsistency, the reference timestamp (used to compare timestamps of other files in the project) is created from the resource file timestamp offset by one second. It handles project information, such as all project items relevant for version update, file save time comparisons, and VS environment settings.
This size is larger than the size of the listview cell, which makes the appearance of the in-line editing control awkward. Moreover, four sections of the version sequence are virtually split into four blocks, each having its own Tab stop.
Although functionalities of the classes used have not changed significantly (most of them have been extended), the fact that some classes are moved to the new Framework assemblies makes previous versions of the add-in useless for the new IDE without code modifications. By utilizing reflection, the main class that implements the IAddin interface is searched for in that assembly, and an instance of that class is created. Items for which a code change has been detected are displayed in green, and are automatically marked for update. Please check CommandLine.txt file included in the setup for a brief description and list of startup switches. A configuration file with default values is created when the user starts Visual Studio for the first time after the tool has been installed. On first start-up, utility checks if IIS is installed and should automatically fetch corresponding root folder. The boot time is still pretty fast in spite of it, but I agree that it would be nice if it wasn’t there. This is important, when you want to play many audio clips one after another, but have no other way of telling how long they are.
Select the one that corresponds to your Arduino, by clicking in ita€™s check box, then click the connect button. This is not necessarily the number of sound slots that it was programmed with, but it should be. Moreover, if you want to rebuild an older revision from the versioning system, you will have to set the version manually.
In the GUI, the project will be displayed with a check mark in the main application form with the next version proposed, the proposed version being created according to the tool settings. Items for which no code has been detected or for which no valid version information is found are initially displayed grayed. Moreover, it is possible to use asterisk (*) or plus (+) character followed by optional integer in the pattern. If you update, do so knowing that you could be patching up work previously performed by developers.
Both the name in the text file and the real sound file must match upper and lower case, can not have any spaces and must include the extension. Major Version is set to 1, Minor Version to 0, while Build Number and Revision are generated automatically. Permanent command bars are created only once, when Visual Studio is run for the first time after add-in installation and Visual Studio saves their positions between sessions.
An asterisk on any version position (Major Version, Minor Version, Build Number, or Revision) prevents that position from being modified.
It’s similar to MX or BS but when you seek it starts playing a miniature version of the video at that spot. Only after completely reinstalling Windows-XP and the latest Nero 7 (with 107 MB) was it possible to burn and imprint the first disc.
More specifically, during the build process, the Build Number is created from the number of days elapsed since January 1, 2000, whereas Revision is created from the current local time of the day. After the build is triggered from the form, the application updates the assembly versions of all the selected projects and (re)builds the solution. On the other hand, temporary command bars are created each time Visual Studio is started and destroyed each time Visual Studio is closed. The three quality levels Nero features take almost the same amount of time, so that it is best to always use the highest quality printing setting. The plus character will increment the corresponding version position by integer provided or by one if none is provided.

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