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Custom C module includes


Custom C module includes

By : Asma Ayachi
Date : October 17 2020, 01:08 AM
I think the issue was by ths following , ok guys thanks Antii for clue as You said problem was that test.c should be included in sources tuple so i modified setup.py and everything works fine now it look`s like this:
code :
from setuptools import setup,Extension

spam_module = Extension('spam',
        sources = ['spammodule.c','src/test.c'],
        include_dirs=['src/'])

setup ( name = 'Spam',
    version = '1.0',
    description = 'Sample module.',
    ext_modules = [ spam_module ])


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Ruby: class C includes module M; including module N in M does not affect C. What gives?

Ruby: class C includes module M; including module N in M does not affect C. What gives?


By : Dicky Wrn
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
To fix this issue In writing my question, inevitably, I came across an answer. Here's what I came up with. Let me know if I missed an obvious, much simpler solution.
The problem seems to be that a module inclusion flattens the ancestors of the included module, and includes that. Thus, method lookup is not fully dynamic, the ancestor chain of included modules is never inspected.
code :
class Array
  include Enumerable
end
p Array.ancestors
# => [Array, Enumerable, Narf, Object, Kernel]
# Narf here again just to make this example self-contained
module Narf
  def narf?
    puts "(from #{self.class}) ZORT!"
  end
end

# THIS IS THE IMPORTANT BIT
# Imbue provices the magic we need
class Module
  def imbue m
    include m
    # now that self includes m, find classes that previously
    # included self and include it again, so as to cause them
    # to also include m
    ObjectSpace.each_object(Class) do |k|
      k.send :include, self if k.include? self
    end
  end
end

# imbue will force Narf down on every existing Enumerable
module Enumerable
  imbue Narf
end

# Behold!
p Array.ancestors
Array.new.narf?
# => [Array, Enumerable, Narf, Object, Kernel]
# => (from Array) ZORT!
How can I call a static method in a Ruby module from a class that includes the module?

How can I call a static method in a Ruby module from a class that includes the module?


By : user2174432
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
To fix the issue you can do Define your module like this (i.e. make exit an instance method in the module):
code :
module Software
  def exit
    puts "exited"
  end
end
class Windows
  extend Software
  # your self.start method as in the question
end
irb(main):016:0> Windows.start
started
exited
=> nil
How to add wordpress includes and login management to custom module?

How to add wordpress includes and login management to custom module?


By : Thomas Jacobsen
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
wish of those help In the end it was solved with an iframe. Not very safe, but at least presentable.
Suddenly headers in headers not found <module-includes>:1:9: note: in file included from <module-includes>:1

Suddenly headers in headers not found <module-includes>:1:9: note: in file included from <module-includes>:1


By : saad.alhokail
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
hope this fix your issue Well, I think what caused the problem. If I am wrong please let me know.
I have figured out that in "Swift Compiler -> Import Paths", which where I declared my OHNet Module path, you also need to declare the root folder for the "imported headers" so:
How to use a module which includes another module in Fortran?

How to use a module which includes another module in Fortran?


By : user3003922
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
fixed the issue. Will look into that further The problem
when you included modA.f90 and modB.f90 in main.f90, since you already included modA.90 in modB.90, then your main.f90 look like this:
code :
module modA
...
end module

module modA
...
end module

module modB
use mod A
...
end module

program 

...
end program
module modA.f90
...
end module
module modB
use modA
...
end module
program main
use modB
use modA
...
end program
gfortran -o main modA.f90 modB.90 main.f90
module modA.f90
...
end module
module modB
use modA
...
end module
include modA.f90
include modB.f90

program main

use modB
use modA
...
end program
gfortran -o main main.f90
module modA.f90
...
end module
include modA.f90

module modB
use modA
...
end module
include modB.f90

program main

use modB
use modA
...
end program
gfortran -o main main.f90
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