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horribleprogram okay so [01:05]
horribleprogram dreamreal: u here? [01:05]
horribleprogram most Java GUI frameworks produce such a shitty slow interface, is there a good interface for Java operability with Electron or another window framework? [01:05]
horribleprogram like has anyone ever done projects where they implement a front-end GUI in another language like JS or Python or w/e [01:06]
_lucifer java swing and javafx are pretty much fast and people have used them to create awesome UIs. [01:08]
horribleprogram iight that seems like a fine option then [01:09]
horribleprogram but I was wondering about this sort of thing, like u spawn a process in Node for example that talks to a backend [01:09]
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horribleprogram u create some sort of communication protocol, whether you're passing objects in a certain format between the two languages, JSON for example lol [01:10]
horribleprogram https://github.com/jreznot/electron-java-app [01:10]
horribleprogram horribleprogram's title: "GitHub - jreznot/electron-java-app: Electron Java application - What if you could build Desktop applications on Java with HTML 5 UI" [01:10]
horribleprogram this looks promising [01:10]
_lucifer sure, you can do that if you want. but i don't see how that would be any faster. [01:11]
horribleprogram mhm [01:11]
horribleprogram idk I avoided Swing and JavaFX for a long time lol [01:11]
horribleprogram better just dive in [01:12]
horribleprogram ty _lucifer [01:12]
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cheeser fucking hell. he's back. [01:24]
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recursiveNode Hi, I have a project with a few Kafka programs in it (a producer and a couple consumers). It has pom.xml and I've made it executable to run the producer. Is there any way to tell java to execute a different file as main, without rebuilding the jar? [02:52]
ernimril recursiveNode, you start it with "java -jar some.jar"? then it will use the manifest, you can start it with "java -cp some.jar some.other.Program" instead [02:53]
recursiveNode ernimril thanks, man! That's so great! :) Now, I can finally have multiple Dockerfile files and each image will start a different main, but from the same exact build of jar [02:53]
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recursiveNode hmm, Intellij says "<unknown> Dockerfile" when building a Dockerfile from it. https://i.imgur.com/ggYxXT3.png Is there a way to make it say for example "acme/BasicProducer" instead of "<unknown> Dockerfile"? [03:08]
recursiveNode figured... It required specifying a "tag" in the IntelliJ Dockerfile runner configuration [03:09]
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recursiveNode guys, is it normal these days to find yourself deploying 3 kafka brokers, kafdrop to have a kafka gui, and 3 kafka programs (1 producer, 2 different consumers), all using docker-compose.yml? [03:16]
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recursiveNode and is it normal to find yourself coding a kubernetes deployment yaml to test pod scaling (adding replicas)? [03:17]
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dreamreal recursiveNode: wrong channel. [07:08]
recursiveNode yes, that's true. I went to ask that at ##linux [07:09]
recursiveNode the Java platform has OSGI, but not k8s [07:09]
dreamreal it does have k8s, but it's still the wrong question. [07:10]
dreamreal What do you hope to gain by an answer? What possible answers are there to it? [07:10]
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dreamreal here, I'll help: "yes" [07:15]
dreamreal do you feel enlightened? [07:15]
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Lengsdorfer Hello! When i have two functions, methods or constructors, e.g. fn(A a) {..} and fn(B b) 'overloaded', where A is superclass of B, can i be sure that fn(b) will call the second fn? [07:50]
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_lucifer your question is unclear. [07:51]
Lengsdorfer what ist unclear? [07:51]
yawkat what static type is b [07:52]
Lengsdorfer sorry, not my origin language:) [07:52]
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dreamreal Lengsdorfer: try it and see. If it works, it is guaranteed to work. [07:55]
Lengsdorfer dreamreal, i tried and it works. my question is if i can be sure of it. [07:56]
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yawkat what static type is b [07:58]
dreamreal Lengsdorfer: it will look up the method based on the *reference* type of b in your example [08:00]
dreamreal so let's rename things: you have classes A and B, B extends A; methods fn(A) and fn(B). You have a reference: A c; fn(c) will invoke fn(A), not fn(B) because the reference type is A. [08:01]
dreamreal if you have B c instead, it will resolve to fn(B) because of the reference type. [08:01]
dreamreal This makes me think that A should have a polymorphic function to IT so fn(A) dispatches to A.doSomething(), which B can override. [08:02]
dreamreal i.e., class A { void doSomething() { System.out.println("I'm an A!"); } class B extends A { void doSomething() { System.out.println("I'm a B!"); } class Util { void fn(A a) { a.doSomething(); } } // everyone is happy now and no-one is confused. [08:03]
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xuxx Hello, I have some trouble. Intellij is telling me that maven can't find a dependency on the central. But I use this dependency in the code and it's compiling and working [09:34]
xuxx I don't want to face a problem later due to that, any idea on what should I do ? [09:35]
dreamreal verify that the dependency's not in maven central. [09:38]
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ofir what should be the proper way to return a pointer across JNI boundaries? jlong? [10:28]
ofir or jobject? I'm allocating an instance of a C++ class and I want to return the handle (pointer) to the client, to be reused on other APIs. [10:29]
yawkat jlong yes [10:30]
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ofir and then an ugly reinterpret_cast at the cpp side [10:32]
ofir ok thanks [10:32]
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sigdk Hi. Is there an one-liner for this: Foo foo = map.get(key); if (foo !- null) { foo.bar(); } ? Something with optional maybe? [02:32]
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cheeser not that i'm aware of [02:41]
donalsd So I have a class that abstracts API calls to an external REST endpoint. I want to make sure it works with the API, so I have mocked the response from the API and wrote the tests. However, I also want to verify that the actual API (which is running in a sandboxed qa environment) works with the code. Should I be writing a separate set of tests for [02:42]
donalsd it that calls the actual API? [02:42]
sigdk cheeser, Do you know maybe when it makes sense to use the null pattern in order to avoid the above if-check? [02:42]
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_lucifer sigdk: Optional.ofNullable(map.get(key)).ifPresent(foo::bar);, don't think that's any cleaner though. [02:58]
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cheeser gross [03:02]
sigdk _lucifer, thanks [03:03]
sigdk cheeser, ? [03:03]
cheeser getOrDefault(key, () -> new NoopFoo()).bar() [03:04]
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Kristine86 In java, I am implementing LRU cache using util LinkedList and HashMap. To remove an object from the middle of util LinkedList, can I do it in constant time? Or do I have to implement my own LinkedList? [05:20]
Kristine86 If I can get the object from HashMap and delete the object, perhaps it also deletes the object in the LinkedList? What's your advice? [05:21]
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ernimril linkedlist [05:29]
ernimril LinkedList in Java is almost always slower than ArrayList and ArrayDeque; prefer those to LinkedList (ArrayDeque has O(1) for insert-at-beginning and is otherwise better in nearly every way, for example.) See http://javachannel.org/posts/linkedlist-vs-arraylist/ - even its creator doesn't use it https://twitter.com/joshbloch/status/583813919019573248 [05:29]
Kristine86 ernimril I will have to delete util linkedlist element at the middle in constant time. Is it possible using HashMap? [05:33]
ernimril Kristine86, 1) linked list is not a good list, see the factoid, 2) the default linked list can not delete in middle in constant time, no [05:37]
Kristine86 ernimril so not even using HashMap which could store object inside the LinkedList? OK, in that case, I have to implement my own LinkedList. I guess that's why lot of people implement their own for LRU cache. [05:38]
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fizzie Kristine86: Java standard library already has a LinkedHashMap, which even has a mode for using it as a simple LRU cache. [05:51]
Kristine86 fizzie that's a very good reminder. I did solve the problem using LinkedHashMap, but I think for interview purposes I cannot use it directly, so I'm trying to find other reasonable way to solve it. [05:52]
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norias hmmm [10:13]
norias so, I have a class ... [10:14]
norias public class Graph<T extends Comparable<T>> [10:14]
norias and I'm trying to make a subclass [10:14]
norias public class Tree extends Graph<T> [10:14]
norias oh, nevermind, I think I see what i did wrong [10:14]
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ji norias: the wrong part was not providing complete think inside <> [11:15]
ji ? [11:15]
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