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Started by the-pi-guy, Mar 13, 2016, 10:39 PM
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So I bought the Real Time Rendering textbook.Off topic, but I remember buying the strategy guide for Final Fantasy XII. It literally fell apart.
I'm a bit worried about it. The content is supposed to be better than ever, but the actual quality of the printing and binding has had scores of concerns. Including pages just falling out.
I just tested a php program in another program.What was the file name? Was it a reserved windows one lol?
Notepad++ informed me that the file was gone.
So I tried resaving. Notepad++ informs me that I can't save in this location.
Turns out, I can save any other file name, except the one that just vanished.
I don't know how to fix this.
What was the file name? Was it a reserved windows one lol?No.
It happens when I'm trying to authenticate a token id for Google. I pretty much just took the lines they had and installed the necessary libraries.That is really strange. How/why would the file do anything with windows?
It was giving me an error because I passed in the wrong thing, so I know it's finding the right method.
But now that I'm passing in the right thing (I think), when I make the method call, it instead deletes the file, and protects it or something.
That is really strange. How/why would the file do anything with windows?This makes no sense!
This makes no sense!Maybe antivirus software is thinking it's bad?
It's like trying the method deletes the file, and then protects the file from being overwritten.
I feel like I'm in some kind of debugger hell.
It's been hard to find anything online that even remotely comes close.
On Windows, it is now possible to unlink() files with handles in use, while formerly that would fail. However, it is still not possible to re-create the unlinked file, until all handles to it have been closed.I think this seems consistent with what I'm seeing.
Digging into the Google API, and this is the line that crashes things.Have you been able to ever fetch urls with this project?
$response = $this->http->get($url);
Which I'm not sure why. I'm hoping it's not something stupid like, since I tried it from a command line, the $url is uninitialized.
Have you been able to ever fetch urls with this project?Yeah. So it works when I call it from the webpage.
Yeah. So it works when I call it from the webpage.I don't.
But then it doesn't give me any helpful error messages.
Do you know of any helpful ways to basically send a fake url through command line?