Has anyone built a Markdown parser in Apex? Looking to do something like this:
Is there any library which will help me to handle logging in my Node.Js application? All I want to do is, I want to write all logs into a File and also I need an options like rolling out the file after certain size or date.
If a shared object dependency does not contain a slash, then it is
searched for in the following order:
Recently, I have learned a trick that if a file lacks executable permissions, we can run that file by using
I’m wondering about the way Linux manages shared libraries. (actually I’m talking about Maemo Fremantle, a Debian-based distro released in 2009 running on 256MB RAM).
Why have almost all the shared libraries in
/usr/lib/ have the executable permission bit set? I don’t see any use case for executing them. Some do manage to hook-up some form of
main function to print a short copyright and version note, but many don’t do even that and segfault upon execution.
The dynamic linker of the GNU C Library and its derivative Embedded
GLIBC implement a rather complicated algorithm for searching for
shared libraries. The basic search order is:
I want to remove some of the paths the linker uses to find .so libraries for testing purposes.
There is an executable I want to install on a computer that I can’t recompile that wasn’t built as a package, and I want to download the libraries it requires to run them.