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Changes between Version 13 and Version 14 of code/FAQ


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Apr 11, 2017, 11:35:14 PM (3 years ago)
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    11= FAQ =
    2 [[TracNav(TracNav/TOC_Development)]]
    32[[TOC(inline, heading=Questions)]]
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    65
    76=== Where's the makefile? ===
    8 We use [wiki:CMake] as build system. Read [wiki:CMake the wikipage] for more information.
     7We use [wiki:tools/CMake CMake] as build system. Read [wiki:tools/CMake the wikipage] for more information.
    98
    109=== This Styleguide shit is a joke, right? My code just has to work! ===
    11 No, you're code has to work AND be readable and understandable. Of course every piece of code can be understood somehow, but we don't want to puzzle. So, please, write your code in a common form. The [wiki:c++_styleguide styleguide] helps you on this topic.
     10No, you're code has to work AND be readable and understandable. Of course every piece of code can be understood somehow, but we don't want to puzzle. So, please, write your code in a common form. The [wiki:C++_styleguide styleguide] helps you on this topic.
    1211
    1312=== Where can I see the Doxygen comments? ===
    14 [doxygen:index.html Here].
     13[/jenkins/view/Management/job/orxonox_doxygen_trunk/javadoc/ Here].
    1514
    1615=== I can't commit anything ===
    17 You have to [wiki:SVN checkout] the repository via https. Http is anonymous and therefore can't be used to commit something.
     16You have to [wiki:tools/SVN checkout] the repository via https. Http is anonymous and therefore can't be used to commit something.
    1817
    1918=== What's that orxout() crap? ===
     
    2625
    2726=== I have to call a function requesting a '!MultiType' but all I've got is an int/float/string/whatever ===
    28 Just pass your variable to the function. [wiki:MultiType] is a class accepting almost all types of variables. C++ will do an implicit conversion. That's exactly the point about the !MultiType: no matter what you've got, you can call that fu**ing function.
     27Just pass your variable to the function. [wiki:doc/MultiType MultiType] is a class accepting almost all types of variables. C++ will do an implicit conversion. That's exactly the point about the !MultiType: no matter what you've got, you can call that fu**ing function.
    2928
    3029=== I have to calculate something complicated, are there some helping functions? ===
    31 Probably not, but check out [wiki:Math] to be sure. If your calculation is of common interest, please put it into util/Math.h too.
     30Probably not, but check out [wiki:doc/Math Math] to be sure. If your calculation is of common interest, please put it into util/Math.h too.
    3231
    3332=== I have to manipulate a string, are there some helping functions? ===
    34 Maybe, check out [wiki:String] to get an overview of the existing functions. If your stringmanipulation function is of common interest, please put it into util/String.h too.
     33Maybe, check out [wiki:doc/String String] to get an overview of the existing functions. If your stringmanipulation function is of common interest, please put it into util/String.h too.
    3534
    3635=== I want to split a string into multiple tokens ===
    37 Use [wiki:SubString].
     36Use [wiki:doc/SubString SubString].
    3837
    3938=== How can I convert a string into a number? ===
    40 Use [wiki:Convert] or [wiki:MultiType].
     39Use [wiki:doc/Convert Convert] or [wiki:doc/MultiType MultiType].
    4140
    4241=== How can I convert typeX into typeY? ===
    43 Use [wiki:Convert] or [wiki:MultiType] too, it's almighty.
     42Use [wiki:doc/Convert Convert] or [wiki:doc/MultiType MultiType] too, it's almighty.
    4443
    4544=== I had a look into util/Convert.h... what the hell is that? Hieroglyphics? ===
     
    5049
    5150=== Why not using const char*? ===
    52 Trust me, you really don't want to do this. [wiki:FAQ_coding#Whatisstd::stringandwhatshouldIknowaboutit std::string] is SO much easier, it's like day and night. Or like heaven and hell if you excuse the sanctimoniousness.
     51Trust me, you really don't want to do this. [wiki:FAQ#Whatisstd::stringandwhatshouldIknowaboutit std::string] is SO much easier, it's like day and night. Or like heaven and hell if you excuse the sanctimoniousness.
    5352
    5453=== What is std::list / std::set / std::map / std::vector / std::stack / std::queue / std::pair? ===
     
    5958
    6059=== I can't copy text from the clipboard into the Orxonox Shell ===
    61 Pasting [wiki:Clipboard] content works via CTRL+V or SHIFT+INS. If you're sure you're pressing the right keys, your OS might just not be supported by util/Clipboard.cc. Feel free to implement a version for your OS.
     60Pasting [wiki:doc/Clipboard Clipboard] content works via CTRL+V or SHIFT+INS. If you're sure you're pressing the right keys, your OS might just not be supported by util/Clipboard.cc. Feel free to implement a version for your OS.