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wxpython-phoenix requires python framework on osx/ipython/pycharm

Running the sample hello-world code offered on wxpython-phoenix website throws a known error on osx. Hints at possible solutions can be found here, and here, but none seem to work with ipython and pycharm. QUESTION: How to work around this known error, using ipython from within pycharm? Set up: OSX...
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Python : Runtime Warning : Overflow encountered in square, add, multiply, substract

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SetUp kivy & anaconda with pycharm IDE on OSX

The problem: Setting up kivy to work with anaconda in pycharm What I have done: Following the directions found at Connecting Kivy with Anaconda (OSX) I have kivy working with anaconda (it launches via the kivy.app, not from conda) Following those: Setting Up Kivy with various popular IDE's I set up...
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Makefile with two C++ files : How can I choose the file to compile?

Let's say I have two C++ main files, project.cpp, and projectgraph.cpp. They both use the same header file functions.h, as well as the file functions.cpp. To compile project.cpp, I'm using the following makefile : CXX = g++ CXXFLAGS= -std=c++11 -w -Wall -g project: project.o functions.o $(CXX) $(...
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