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in my case, i had the same problem while i try any git -- commands (eg git status) using windows cmd. so what i do is after installing git for window the environmental variables, add the class path of the git on the "PATH" varaiable. usually the git will installed on C:/user/"username"/appdata/local/git/bin add this on the PATH in the environmental variable

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One reason why this was difficult to notice at first, i because you created a folder with the same name already in your computer and that was where you cloned the project into, so you have to change directory again

My suspicion is that this caused a conflict with my customized GRADLE_USER_HOME environment variable for the directory where the final wrapper files actually get stored. For example, Gradle was trying (and failing) to create C:\ProgramData\chocolatey\lib\gradle\tools\gradle-4.5.1\wrapper\dists\gradle-4.5.1-all\87kuriyahurjjkki3zii366f2\ when run through IntelliJ, but my system uses the file C:\work\.gradle\wrapper\dists\gradle-4.5.1-all\87kuriyahurjjkki3zii366f2\ when working correctly.

After initialization, Python programs can modify sys.path. The directory containing the script being run is placed at the beginning of the search path, ahead of the standard library path. This means that scripts in that directory will be loaded instead of modules of the same name in the library directory. This is an error unless the replacement is intended.

My answer doesn't use the __file__ variable to get the file path/filename of runningcode because users here have often described it as unreliable. You shouldn't use itfor importing modules from parent folder in programs used by other people.

Actually, in my opinion Python project architecture should be done the way where no one module from child directory will use any module from the parent directory. If something like this happens it is worth to rethink about the project tree.

Then before importing the app object from the file, we change the directory one level up, so when we import the app (which imports the, we can also read in miscellaneous files like a csv file.

The above recommendation is a very good first step. In my case, once I expanded "associated handles" I did a search for the for a word in the name of the directory (or file) that was being "used", and a list of just those handles came up. It turns out, in my case, explorer.exe was "using" the handles. I thought that was strange, as no files were "open". But it turns out that even if you have a directory pinned for Quick Access in Explorer, that will prevent you from changing the name of that directory until you unpin it, therefore releasing the handle, and then allowing you to proceed with the process. You can keep refreshing the search term until there are no more items left, and you may have to close File Explorer, redo the term search in Resource Monitor as few times until you are such no open handles are within the path in question.

DaleKudusi-MSFT, that was awful, terrible advice! I followed your instructions to a tee and now my windows explorer is gone and so is my entire desktop and status bar. I basically have a black screen on my desktop with only the browser window which I can minimize and restore. You better pray that when I force restart my laptop that all is well. Please don't tell me you work for Microsoft. Windows is a terrible OS, just atrocious. It is the bane of every PC user's existence and you are no help whatsoever. If anyone followed this person's advice and lost their explorer and taskbar just do this: CLTR+ALT+DELETE to bring up Task Manager>File>Run new task>type 'explorer.exe' and hit ENTER. This should bring back your taskbar.

This error message seems to be triggered by any application that has navigated to the folder in question, usually with the File - Open/Save/Save As dialog. Even after that dialog has closed, I think the API should release the handle that is connected to that folder. The API should just save the path in a variable and let go of the handle. I know that the handle is held open so that the next time you open that dialog, the same path will be navigated to, but if that path is no longer valid, just open to that folder's next available parent directory, or even just that drive's root directory. I'll bet hundreds if not thousands of people get this error message every day, and probably just end up either leaving the abandoned file/folder there, or rebooting to solve the problem.

You have two options, place cargo-outdated into a directory that is already located in your $PATH variable (To see which directories those are, open a terminal and type echo "$PATH//:/\n", the quotation marks are important), or you can add a custom directory to your $PATH

Option 1 If you have write permission to a directory listed in your $PATH or you have root permission (or via sudo), simply copy the cargo-outdated to that directory # sudo cp cargo-outdated /usr/local/bin

Option 2 If you do not have root, sudo, or write permission to any directory already in $PATH you can create a directory inside your home directory, and add that. Many people use $HOME/.bin to keep it hidden (and not clutter your home directory), or $HOME/bin if you want it to be always visible. Here is an example to make the directory, add it to $PATH, and copy cargo-outdated there.

Otherwise, ensure you have the cargo-outdated binary in the directory which you operating in the command line from, because Windows automatically adds your current directory to PATH (i.e. if you open a command line to C:\my_project\ to use cargo-outdated ensure cargo-outdated.exe is inside that directory as well).

JsonCpp is provided with a script to generate a single header and a single source file to ease inclusion into an existing project. The amalgamated source can be generated at any time by running the following command from the top-directory (this requires Python 2.6):

The Rake DSL methods (task, file, directory, etc) are in their own module(Rake::DSL). The stub versions of these methods (that printed warnings) inObject have been removed. However, theDSL methods are added to the top-level main object. Sincemain is not in the inheritance tree, the presence of the DSLmethods in main should be low impact on other libraries.

The -f option without a value will disable the search for a Rakefile. Thisallows the Rakefile to be defined entirely in a library (and loaded withthe -r option). The current working directory is not changed when this isdone.

A process is a program in execution. Processes are identified by their process ID, also called PID. It's a special and unique number that identifies every single process.Every process has its own process descriptors that contains information about a process, such as his PID, parent process, children, state, processor registers, siblings, adress space information and a list of open files.Every user has rights only over the process he launched. This is a good security measure.Linux is almost immune to viruses. Viruses have to infect executable files, but the user has no write acces to vulnerable system files. Anyway, there exist some anti-virus promgrams for Linux, too. Usually they are needed because Linux systems are often used as file servers for Windows machines. In Linux, the processes are organized in a special way. Therefore we have "trees". The PID is displayed next to every process in the tree. Every process also displays the PID of his parent process, called parent process ID.

The pstree command is a command we use for showing the processes as a tree structure, it is also called "tree diagram".The process init is always at the beginning of the list, because when Linux is started it is always the first process running. As it was already mentioned before, the tree structure shows the parent process of a process and its children (processes that originate from it). If you want to kill the whole section, you just have to kill the parent.Analogous to that, a tree structure is also used to demonstrate the filesystems of Linux.The difference between pstree and ps is that pstree gives you an hierarchical order of the running processes, while ps shows them in the order they were started.The sytax is: pstree [options] [PID or username]For example:

The /proc file system is a virtual file system that contains information about the system that are used by many programs(for example: top) . The word "virtual" indicates that the directory does not occupy any space on the hard drive.The /proc file system also contains a lot of information about your hardware.The /proc/sys subdirectory permits the changing of the parameters within kernel. If you want to change a value, you just have to echo that value into the file. This is possible only if you're root. The /proc directories include a lot of directories whose names are numbers. They are called process directories and they contain information about all processes that are currenty running. If you are not root, you can write out only information about the processes you started. If the process is terminated, its /proc process directory disappears.Every directory includes the same entries. Some of the entries are: status, cwd, environ, root, cmdline, maps, exe.

In the UNIX system everything is a file, and in case that it's not file, then it's a process. Previous sentence is true, because even though for example pipes and sockets special types of files, they are still files. Linux and Unix do not differ between files and directories. The directory is usually a file that has a name and contains other files. All applications, programs, different services, text, images, and input-output devices and other devices, are considered to be a files. In order to manage all these files, he imagines them as a tree structure on the hard disk. Large branches contain more branches, and at the end branches contains a leaves, which are analogous to a normal file.


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