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I think the issue is you are using a cast, try using io.wchar.to_string() [https://valadoc.org/glib-2.0/uint64.to_string.html] Edit: This worked for me based on your code, casting gave me a segfault. struct Monitor.IO { public uint64 wchar; } int main (string[] args) { Monitor.IO io = {}; io.wchar = 111111; warning (io.wchar.to_string ()); ...


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I am here for share my experience with elementaryOS. I am installed the elementaryOS Juno version in my PC. Everything works fine. it's really fast and stable. I think it's better than Ubuntu OS for Flutter development. Sometimes bluetooth devices is not paired. This is the only problem i am facing in elementary OS.


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Build the sample indicator and look at the generated c code. https://github.com/elementary/wingpanel/tree/master/sample https://stackoverflow.com/a/653413


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You can use this: sudo apt update && sudo apt upgrade -y And: sudo apt install -y elementary-sdk If you need any help to start: Source: Youtube - Video Tutorials by Alessandro Castellani Source: https://developer.elementary.io


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This question is definitely not as trivial as one would think, as there's virtually no documentation and you have to feel your way around the Code sources itself. NOTE: In this example I'll demonstrate the bare minimum in Vala that compiles, links dynamically against the Code core library and loads into Code with no problems. There is definitely some room ...


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A lot of the elementary developers (myself included) use the tools included in the OS (the terminal and the editor called Code). While this isn't a fully fledged IDE with a debugger like you mention, it does have some basic features to help with development, for example: Full syntax highlighting for many programming languages (including Vala which is used ...


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