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The sMAPedit is a user friendly tool for visualizing and editing Static Memory Analysis Platform (SMA) files.
sMAPedit consists of five major features that include SMA Viewer, SMA file menu, SMA Editor, Memory Viewer, and Synthesizer.
The built-in Memory Viewer allows you to see your SMA file data in real-time as windows update and refresh.
Memory Viewer consists of several plugins, such as basic windows (memory bytes, hash maps, index maps, and branch maps), graph tools (graph layouts and graph styles), timing timers, and memory dump.
Usefulness of sMAPedit Application:
The sMAPedit application is the missing link between raw SMA data and analysis. It provides a convenient way of visualizing and analyzing SMA files. The sMAPedit is made for anyone who wants to quickly analyze an SMA file and see the memory map. sMAPedit is a unique program and works very well with an SMA.
The sMAPedit software has been tested under 32 bit and 64 bit Windows operating systems.
The sMAPedit has been developed with SMA files in the.sma format to a maximum extension of 2MB. It is not compatible with the.hvm format.
Official sMAPedit Website
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I have a Windows Service written in C#.
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sMAPedit is an easy to use, free, as well as fast and user-friendly online MAP editor for students and instructors. Free for students, the instructor will be able to create and edit their maps in whatever fashion they want.
For instructors, sMAPedit will provide the ability to post and store maps on their server. Instructors will be able to download the maps from the server as well as edit them on their classroom computers and change the URL to a student’s computer. If the instructor needs to change the URL, the instructor will be able to change this and save it for the next class. Instructors will also be able to save copies of their maps and even leave them on their servers for later students to see.
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I have been looking around for an answer to this question for quite some time but haven’t found anything useful. I have no problem creating a History Item using SuiteScript but the problem is that I want to find a way to list all of the History Items the user has created. The reason I want to do this is that I am dynamically loading a report that links to an external resource when the user generates their first report (this report will contain a link to the same external resource as their previous report). I don’t want to do anything fancy like create a button that will automatically generate the next report but I could use the data of the previous report to populate the fields on their next report. I just can’t seem to find any information on how to get a list of all of the History Items that a user has created. I am pretty new at this so any help would be appreciated.
You can get a list of all existing items by using the view.loadItems() function.
The function accepts a keyword parameter which is a list of filters to apply. By default it uses the default filters which are: TYPE =
* Atom is a fast, open source text editor. sMAPedit is an
add-on that works seamlessly with Atom to provide an outline
based, semantically annotated outline view.
* The first version of sMAPedit was written in 2011 for editing
the Summer of MAthem (SOM) format of coursework, and the
add-on is based on the work of Tamas Deutsch.
* Since 2012 the add-on can be used to edit other types of
outlines, like the MLA, Chicago, or CVAT outline formats.
* Each new outline format is supported by a corresponding
menu command in the edit menu.
* sMAPedit displays a mode selector so the outline and the text
associated with it can be viewed in one of three display
• outline mode (default),
• text mode (where the text is displayed inline), and
• text only (no outline view).
What Does It Do?
The outline view displays both the text and the outline.
The outline view can be displayed in one of three different
The outline can be marked up with semantic labels and the
outline can be colour coded to indicate the type of semantic
* outline mode: displays both the text and outline.
* text mode: displays the text only, displaying the outline
information only in the context menu.
* text only: displays the text only, displaying the outline
information only in the context menu.
What Doesn’t It Do?
The outline view does not support sections or subsections.
sMAPedit does not attempt to provide support for alternative
to a rigid outline.
How Do I Use It?
The sMAPedit implementation is intended to be a front end to
an outline format which supports semantics annotations.
The outline format should be used first and then sMAPedit
and / or Atom.
If you are using the sMAPedit add-on in combination with the
following set of outline formats:
(1) MLA outline
(2) Chicago outline
(3) Venice outline
(4) CVAT outline
(5) SOM outline (default)
(6) an outline format for your coursework
What’s New In?
Smallmap Editor is an easy to use graphic editor that allow user to create maps with all kind of objects.
You can easily create maps with two or more layers of objects. The features that sMAPedit offers:
• Selecting a layer
• Using the options (dragging and creating objects)
• Adding and removing text, lines and polygons
• Setting the coordinate system
• Drawing help text
• Zoom and pan
• Saving the map
• Emailing and printing the map
sMAPedit is free and open source software distributed under the GNU General Public License.
Table of features:
– Coordinate system
– Help text
– Helping text
– Save image and send e-mail
– Print map
Layers and objects
sMAPedit has 2 layers: the main one and an empty one (the first layer). You can add layers of your choice by clicking the “Add layer” button.
– The main one (the first) layer is the layer where all your objects are located and which has the names (main layer) of the objects.
– The empty (second) layer is empty. It is useful for overlapping objects.
In the images below, you can see the main layers and objects:
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OS: Windows XP SP2, Vista SP2, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10
CPU: Intel® Pentium® III (800 MHz) / AMD Athlon® 64
Graphics: 256MB compatible with DirectX® 9 (Windows® 98/ME/2000/XP/Vista, Windows® 7/8)
Sound Card: DirectX® 9, DirectX® 10 and support for Dynamic Sound Output hardware are required
DirectX® and Multimedia Message Framework (MMS) are not supported