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. I was even more shocked to learn about bizarre omission in the HomePod software. I decided to dig into the many ways you can set timed alerts on your Apple devices and how the alert systems vary from device to device. It is, you will not be surprised to learn, a mess.

Let’s start with the summary. In the table below, I’m comparing the features of the three alert types on iOS: Timers, Alarms, and Reminders. Included in the comparison is how certain features work (or don’t work) on the iPhone, iPad, Watch, Mac,

Many of the entries in this table have caveats, so let’s go through it.

The number of alerts that can be set was the starting point for the last post. People want multiple timers in their HomePods. That’s great, but Apple’s never had multiple timers in any iOS device, which is why I’ve always used reminders instead. “Reminders aren’t a substitute for timers!” I’ve been told by several people. I admire your steadfast adherence to your principles, but I need a solution, not a manifesto. (We’ll get to the deficiencies of using reminders as a substitute for timers later in the post.)

Since there’s only one timer, there’s no need for it to have a name or description. So when the timer on your phone/watch/table/speaker goes off, you might have to think a bit before you remember what it’s for. Alarms and reminders don’t have this problem.

I didn’t mention alarms in my last post, but Kirk McElhearn reminded

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One problem with using alarms as your alert system is that they don’t delete themselves when you dismiss them; they just sit there, inactive, taking up space in your list of alarms until you undertake a second action to remove them from the list. Timers delete themselves upon dismissal, which is certainly more convenient. Reminders almost delete themselves—when you mark a reminder as complete, it gets hidden in the Completed list. I take this as close enough to deletion that I gave Reminders a Yes on the Autodelete line.

One of the biggest advantages to using reminders is that they’re shared via iCloud, which also syncs them to your Mac. This is very convenient if you use reminders during the workday and allow notifications from the Reminders app, which I do. Timers and alarms are not shared; the timer you set on your phone doesn’t appear in the Clock app on your iPad or on your watch. But the watch is special because of its intimate relationship with the phone. Your watch will alert you of a timer or alarm set on your phone, even though it doesn’t appear in the watch’s Timer or Alarms app. The Mac is ignorant of all timers and alarms.

Then, for each or the modules, declare its module init function as follows, replacing ... by the name of the module:

In C++, declare them as extern C .

If you are not sure of the name of the module init function, refer to your generated module source file and look for a function name starting with PyInit_ .

Next, before you start the Python runtime from your application code with Py_Initialize() , you need to initialise the modules at runtime using the PyImport_AppendInittab() C-API function, again inserting the name of each of the modules:

This enables normal imports for the embedded extension modules.

In order to prevent the joined binary from exporting all of the module init functions as public symbols, Cython 0.28 and later can hide these symbols if the macro CYTHON_NO_PYINIT_EXPORT is defined while C-compiling the module C files.

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For building Cython modules during development without explicitly running after each change, you can use pyximport :

This allows you to automatically run Cython on every .pyx that Python is trying to import. You should use this for simple Cython builds only where no extra C libraries and no special building setup is needed.

It is also possible to compile new .py modules that are being imported (including the standard library and installed packages). For using this feature, just tell that to pyximport :

In the case that Cython fails to compile a Python module, pyximport will fall back to loading the source modules instead.

Note that it is not recommended to let pyximport build code on end user side as it hooks into their import system. The best way to cater for end users is to provide pre-built binary packages in the wheel packaging format.


The function can take several arguments to influence the compilation of Cython or Python files.

Main entry point for pyxinstall.

Call this to install the import hook in your meta-path for a single Python process. If you want it to be installed whenever you use Python, add it to your (as described above).

Dependency Handling

Since does not use internally, it currently requires a different setup for dependencies. It is possible to declare that your module depends on multiple files, (likely and files). If your Cython module is named and thus has the filename then you should create another file in the same directory called . The file can be a list of filenames or “globs” (like or ). Each filename or glob must be on a separate line. Pyximport will check the file date for each of those files before deciding whether to rebuild the module. In order to keep track of the fact that the dependency has been handled, Pyximport updates the modification time of your “.pyx” source file. Future versions may do something more sophisticated like informing distutils of the dependencies directly.

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does not use . Thus it is not possible to do things like using compiler directives at the top of Cython files or compiling Cython code to C++.

Pyximport does not give you any control over how your Cython file is compiled. Usually the defaults are fine. You might run into problems if you wanted to write your program in half-C, half-Cython and build them into a single library.

Pyximport does not hide the Distutils/GCC warnings and errors generated by the import process. Arguably this will give you better feedback if something went wrong and why. And if nothing went wrong it will give you the warm fuzzy feeling that pyximport really did rebuild your module as it was supposed to.

Basic module reloading support is available with the option . Note that this will generate a new module filename for each build and thus end up loading multiple shared libraries into memory over time. CPython has limited support for reloading shared libraries as such, see Vitike Mens Leather Shoes Slip On Loafers Shoes Leisure Driving Moccasins Shoes Brown 54cBrX9

Pyximport puts both your file and the platform-specific binary into a separate build directory, usually . To copy it back into the package hierarchy (usually next to the source file) for manual reuse, you can pass the option .

One can also compile Cython in a fashion similar to SciPy’s weave.inline . For example:


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In this tutorial we will take a look at IP unnumbered and how to configure it. First of all…what is IP unnumbered and why do we need it?

On a router each interface requires a unique IP address so it can install an entry in the routing table and process IP packets. IP unnumbered allows you to process IP packets without configuring a unique IP address on an interface, this works by “borrowing” an IP address from another interface.

Why would you want this and not just configure an IP address on the interface? To answer that question we have to dive into the past.

Once upon a time we didn’t have VLSM (Variable Length Subnet Mask) and we used classful routing protocols like RIP version 1 and IGRP (the predecessor of EIGRP). This means that the smallest subnet you could use was a /24. When using public IP addresses this is a huge waste of IP space. Take a look at the picture below:

There are 3 routers connected with each other using point-to-point serial links. We have to use two /24 subnets while we only require 4 IP addresses in total…such a waste!

IP unnumbered was created to solve this problem so you didn’t have to waste entire subnets on point-to-point interfaces. It borrows an IP address from another interface so you don’t have to configure one on the point-to-point interface.

Nowadays we can use VLSM to create /30 subnets so we don’t have to waste many IP addresses. We can also use private range IP addresses (if possible in your network) so we don’t need ip unnumbered as much as in the past. Still it can be useful if you quickly want to setup a point-to-point link without worrying about IP addresses and finding a suitable subnet.

Does this make sense so far? Let’s check out the configuration of IP unnumbered. Here’s a simple example with one router:

Here’s how to configure IP unnumbered:

interface FastEthernet 0/0 ip address interface Serial 0/0/0 ip unnumbered FastEthernet 0/0

The serial interface will borrow the IP address of the FastEthernet interface. Both interfaces will use the same IP address as the same time and will function 100%. We can verify this by using the show ip interface brief command:

Above you can see that both interfaces are using the same IP address. The serial 0/0/0 interface that is borrowing the IP address is called the “unnumbered interface”.

The interface that you are borrowing the IP address from should be up and running, if not you can’t borrow the IP address. For this reason it’s best to borrow an IP address from a loopback interface. A loopback interface doesn’t go down unless you use the shutdown command or your router crashes…

Patients in the MHS with a new consultation to a primary care provider for standard diagnosis of LBP from January 1, 2007 to December 31, 2009 were identified. The date of new consultation was defined as the primary care index date. Patients had to be continuously eligible in the MHS database for 12months prior to and 24months following the index date to be included. A new consultation required that no care related to LBP was included in the MHS for 12months prior to the index date. LBP diagnoses were identified through standard ICD-9 codes (Additional file 1 ). Only the first eligible index date for a patient was included, ensuring a patient was included only once in the study sample. Primary care providers were defined as Family Practice, Internal Medicine, or Flight Medicine providers. Other eligibility criteria included age between 18–60 on the index date, no co-morbid diagnosis of possible non-musculoskeletal sources of LBP (e.g., kidney stones, urinary tract infection, etc.) within 4weeks of the index date (Additional file 1 ), no prior history of spine surgery or spine trauma based on related current procedural terminology (CPT)-4 codes at any time prior to the index date.

We recorded age, gender, marital status, race, rank, and geographic region across 12 different geographic regions around the world. Visits at a military treatment facility (MTF) versus “purchased” care that occurred outside of a MTF but reimbursed by the MHS via TRICARE®, military service (Army, Navy, etc.), beneficiary status (active duty, retired, etc.), and use of opioid medication were recorded. We also recorded co-morbid conditions that might influence LBP prognosis, including mental health (depression, anxiety disorder, bipolar, schizophrenia, or other psychotic disorders), neck/thoracic pain, or fibromyalgia diagnoses by identifying the relevant ICD-9 codes over 12-months prior to the index date (Additional file 1 ). The data set did not contain clinical data on symptom duration/location/severity, physical examination findings, potential psychosocial variables, or patient-centered clinical outcomes (ie. pain, function, disability, patient satisfaction, etc.).

We considered the 90-day period following the primary care index date to determine details about physical therapy utilization. If a physical therapy visit occurred with a LBP-related ICD-9 code during this period, the patient was defined as utilizing physical therapy. Within that time-frame, patients who were received physical therapy within 14days of the index date were defined as having received early physical therapy. The cut point of 14days was based on the threshold used in previous studies to classify early physical therapy [ 18 ]. Those patients receiving physical therapy between 14 and 90days from the index date were defined as receiving delayed physical therapy.

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