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gavin17 What's the difference between a map and a dictionary [01:58]
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yawkat dictionary [02:00]
yawkat yawkat, what does that even *mean*? [02:00]
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mohsen_1 I thought they're equivalent [02:18]
bobek where did you see they are different? [02:18]
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waterCreature hi, base64 decoding output is a byte[] . I tried .toString on that byte[] but what came out is not a string. [02:29]
waterCreature or what i am expecting [02:29]
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mohsen_1 bobek: since the op asked [02:31]
dangertools toString just makes a string representation of the byte[]. try new String(byte[]) [02:31]
yawkat javadoc Base64 [02:32]
yawkat yawkat: http://bit.ly/2glw9lB [JDK: java.util.Base64] [02:32]
bobek mohsen_1, i violated the 5 minute rule [02:32]
yawkat waterCreature: you can just encodeToString [02:32]
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iLembus is there any library for storing JavaFx Layouts? Like in photoshop or eclipse? [02:41]
iLembus there users can move Splitpanes and Tablecolumns and these will be preserved for the next application startup [02:41]
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iLembus anyone? [02:51]
yawkat wina [02:53]
yawkat Why is no one answering? 1) They don't know. 2) They don't care. 3) They're too busy. Constantly repeating your question won't help. If someone knows, maybe they'll answer. In the meantime, you should consult your search engine of choice. [02:53]
yawkat also, few people here work with javafx [02:54]
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[worksti] "here" [03:40]
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kirua hi [03:47]
cheeser no need to say hi every time you join. [03:48]
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rohdef cheeser: aww, why not? :p hi cheeser [03:50]
cheeser because it's useless clutter [03:51]
cheeser especially from regulars [03:51]
rohdef (slight hint of sarcasm :p ) [03:51]
cheeser https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2mSd5t2n3ck [03:53]
cheeser cheeser's title: "Tommy Boy - Picking Up on Your Sarcasm - YouTube" [03:53]
rohdef cheeser++ [03:54]
rohdef cheeser has a karma level of 1,385, rohdef [03:54]
cheeser (and i knew you were being sarcastic. my response was largely for kirua's benefit because s/he seems to miss subtlety) [03:54]
rohdef ah fair enough :) makes sense [03:54]
cheeser still, hi! :D [03:55]
Maldivia aw, come one, a hi, and 520 replies on every join -- would really spice up the conversations in here... [03:57]
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rohdef LOL, it gets really fun when we try to keep track of which "hi"s are the new ones and which is the old ones :p [04:01]
cheeser oh, we know. *sigh* we know... [04:01]
Maldivia rohdef: that' when you establish a protocol, "Hi" is for the person joining, "Hello" is the response :) [04:03]
cheeser EHLO [04:03]
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Maldivia this is not an SMTP server [04:04]
Maldivia 250 Hello [04:05]
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cheeser that would explain all the dropped messages [04:05]
rohdef I think I'll set up an ignore filter for "hi" [04:06]
rohdef then I hope the protocol won't depend on a successful "hello" [04:06]
selckin the proper protocol is /ignore kirua [04:06]
kirua why ? [04:07]
kirua i didn't say anything [04:07]
kirua let alone anything upsetting [04:07]
Maldivia rohdef: just hope it won't turn into a TCP handshake ... SYN -> SYN-ACK -> ACK [04:07]
selckin kirua: they just sepnd 15min talking about how annoying it is you say hi without a follow up [04:07]
kirua how is that my fault ? [04:08]
cheeser indeed. it's cathartic. [04:08]
selckin kirua: because you've been asked to stop and don't [04:08]
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PrometheanVigil Maldivia: I feel like this whole mess is a failed handshake. [04:09]
cheeser https://img.buzzfeed.com/buzzfeed-static/static/enhanced/webdr01/2013/5/2/13/anigif_enhanced-buzz-29805-1367517126-12.gif [04:09]
Maldivia LOL [04:10]
Maldivia (and I actually did laugh out loud at that gif) [04:10]
rohdef kirua: don't worry, it's not personal :) people are just teasing. However, they are right that there's no need to say "hi" every time you join :) [04:10]
PrometheanVigil Hah! [04:10]
kirua rohdef, ok i'm glad to hear that.. [04:11]
PrometheanVigil rohdef, kirua: no, it's just that these guys are grumpy bastards; and kirua, do as you're asked please in here. [04:11]
cheeser hey! i know who my father is! [04:11]
PrometheanVigil Hah hah, godammit cheeser. [04:11]
Maldivia cheeser: congrats? [04:11]
selckin so does jon snow [04:12]
PrometheanVigil selckin: does he? [04:12]
PrometheanVigil Didn't see that update yet and I saw ep2 early this morning [04:12]
PrometheanVigil Oh my God: https://softwareengineering.stackexchange.com/questions/354285/when-to-use-final-methods [04:13]
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PrometheanVigil Why even answer this -- the answer is in every beginners Java book... [04:14]
Maldivia PrometheanVigil: well, because that's not a java question to begin with, so obviously they didn't look there [04:14]
PrometheanVigil Even worse, he's a PHP coder [04:15]
PrometheanVigil Maldivia: yeah, exactly, that makes it worse since the answer is here http://php.net/manual/en/language.oop5.final.php [04:16]
PrometheanVigil PrometheanVigil's title: "PHP: Final Keyword - Manual" [04:16]
cheeser people dont' read docs. [04:16]
selckin thats why you can awnser yourself and then have it upvoted [04:16]
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odinsbane Why does the JTextField stretch? [04:51]
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[worksti] yawkat: the issue i had on friday seems to have been https://dev.mysql.com/doc/connector-j/5.1/en/connector-j-reference-implementation-notes.html under ResultSet, so not a JDBI issue [05:00]
[worksti] [worksti]'s title: "MySQL :: MySQL Connector/J 5.1 Developer Guide :: 5.2 JDBC API Implementation Notes" [05:00]
yawkat Heh that's pretty dumb [05:02]
[worksti] and holy crap is that effective - it cut my query from 18 minutes to 35 seconds [05:03]
[worksti] yay for streams [05:03]
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cheeser damn [05:04]
Maldivia [worksti]: so much for "In most cases this is the most efficient way to operate" ? [05:11]
[worksti] Maldivia: may be true when you have many small queries. im writing a custom DB dump tool that extracts multiple GBs worth of rows, so in my case, its definitely better this way [05:13]
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Maldivia [worksti]: have you tried tinkering with the settings, perhaps row-by-row isn't the best, but batches of N rows? [05:15]
yawkat it's odd that they dont just do batches of 500 or something [05:15]
[worksti] Maldivia: i did, near 100k rows i see huge breakdowns in speed and near 1000 rows i see huge increases, but the min_value setting is by far the fastest (for streaming, which is all i do) [05:16]
Maldivia OK :) [05:18]
kirua logs [05:21]
kirua channel logs can be found at http://javabot.evanchooly.com/ (Select the channel from the list on the left-hand side.) [05:21]
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georgelappies hi all, what jar files are a must have in your pom file for jsf 2.2 on apache tomcat 8.5 [05:43]
rohdef ehhh... in essense all dependencies that is not otherwise on the classpath. If you use tools such as maven you can have those ensure that the jar is packed correctly [05:45]
georgelappies hi rohdef, thanks I have the jsf-api and jsf-impl jars, are there any others needed that Tomcat does not supply? [05:47]
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rohdef I cannot remember what libraries tomcat has on it's default classpath, if I recall correctly that can also be altered, so if you're installing tomcat with a package manager, I wouldn't be surprised if there are differences. I think the safest option is to take the full control. That way you can also use better updated libraries, if tomcat doesn't provide [05:49]
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Jordy How can I increase a integer by .5 [05:50]
rohdef so if it was me I'd use a build tool (such as maven or gradle) that can ensure all dependencies for me and ensure that you get them packed correctly [05:50]
rohdef Jordy: look up the definition of a integer and ask yourself that question again [05:51]
georgelappies thanks rohdef [05:53]
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odinsbane Jordy: What are you trying to do? [05:57]
yawkat rohdef:he did say pom file [05:59]
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rohdef yawkat: duh! Yeah you're right, my bad [06:25]
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dreamreal morning [07:01]
[worksti] sometimes i find a library and wonder how i ever lived without it [07:03]
[worksti] StreamEx looks like one of those [07:03]
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dreamreal url? [07:05]
cheeser https://github.com/amaembo/streamex [07:07]
cheeser cheeser's title: "GitHub - amaembo/streamex: Enhancing Java 8 Streams" [07:07]
[worksti] zip alone makes it worthwhile, but theres just so much stuff i never knew i wanted [07:10]
[worksti] its like the guava of streams [07:10]
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yawkat coughs [07:11]
yawkat javadoc Streams [07:11]
yawkat I have no documentation for Streams [07:11]
yawkat https://google.github.io/guava/releases/21.0/api/docs/com/google/common/collect/Streams.html [07:11]
yawkat yawkat's title: "Streams (Guava: Google Core Libraries for Java 21.0 API)" [07:11]
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dreamreal so it's almost like guava is the guava of streams, too :D [07:13]
cheeser hrm. maybe i should update the guava javadoc to the latest version... [07:15]
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cheeser javadoc Streams [07:17]
cheeser cheeser: http://bit.ly/2tDdU2E [guava: com.google.common.collect.Streams] [07:17]
cheeser bows. [07:17]
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cheeser (the files are still processing) [07:18]
cheeser i hope :D [07:18]
Maldivia cheeser: any thoughts of prioritizing jdk docs over guava, so jdk is shown first? [07:19]
dreamreal source [07:20]
dreamreal you can download my source at http://github.com/evanchooly/javabot [07:20]
dreamreal Maldivia: ^^^^ [07:20]
dreamreal D [07:20]
Maldivia I know, I know... been too lazy :) [07:20]
cheeser patches welcome! :D [07:20]
Maldivia I'm used to just telling other people to do it :D [07:21]
cheeser in general, i've avoided special casing things as much as I can. [07:21]
cheeser i've years of experience fending off javabot feature requests. :) [07:21]
cheeser glances at dreamreal [07:21]
dreamreal file an issue at the very least [07:21]
Maldivia javadoc Files [07:21]
Maldivia Maldivia: http://bit.ly/2dd9rZM [JDK: java.nio.file.Files]; http://bit.ly/2tTyhnP [guava: com.google.common.io.Files] [07:21]
dreamreal javadoc streams [07:21]
dreamreal dreamreal: http://bit.ly/2tDdU2E [guava: com.google.common.collect.Streams] [07:21]
Maldivia ohh, now it is first... perhaps something so it's more concistant ? :D [07:22]
Maldivia (and that wasa butchered spelling!) [07:22]
cheeser hrm. not sure what happened to files... [07:22]
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dreamreal javadoc files [07:25]
dreamreal dreamreal: http://bit.ly/2dd9rZM [JDK: java.nio.file.Files] [07:25]
dreamreal javadoc Files [07:25]
dreamreal dreamreal: http://bit.ly/2dd9rZM [JDK: java.nio.file.Files]; http://bit.ly/2tTyhnP [guava: com.google.common.io.Files] [07:25]
dreamreal javadoc files [07:25]
dreamreal dreamreal: http://bit.ly/2dd9rZM [JDK: java.nio.file.Files]; http://bit.ly/2tTyhnP [guava: com.google.common.io.Files] [07:25]
yawkat lol [07:25]
dreamreal ponders [07:25]
cheeser hrm. nothing in the logs about where those files went... [07:26]
selckin javadoc objects [07:26]
selckin selckin: http://bit.ly/2fXVrmt [JDK: java.util.Objects]; http://bit.ly/2tT4KKU [guava: com.google.common.base.Objects] [07:26]
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cheeser there. fixed it manually. [07:28]
dreamreal what did you fix manually? [07:28]
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cheeser unzipped the javadoc jar in to the target dir [07:29]
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Mr|CEH hi m8s, `ow are ya? [07:29]
Mr|CEH lol [07:30]
dreamreal lol [07:30]
dreamreal OMGWTF!!!BBQ!!!1111!! - Yeah, you sound like a retard. [07:30]
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cheeser fucking wanker [07:30]
dreamreal oh, repeated driveby? [07:30]
cheeser meh. once is bad enough. some people have simple pleasures i suppose [07:30]
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kirua pagination should happens db side or server side or both ? [07:42]
dreamreal kirua: as close to the DB as you can make happen [07:42]
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kirua in db2 it should be FETCH FIRST XXX ROWS ONLY but it doesnt really speed up the request.. [07:43]
liste kirua: there's other ways to paginate too [07:43]
dreamreal well, it has to *calculate* those rows... [07:43]
liste kirua: http://use-the-index-luke.com/no-offset [07:44]
liste liste's title: "We need tool support for keyset pagination" [07:44]
kirua yes i'm getting desperate.. [07:45]
kirua thx liste, i was looking for a hello world examples on how to paginate [07:45]
kirua i need to find ways to paginate a request that can return several millions of rows. [07:47]
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liste nobody's gonna browse thru millions of items... is it pagination for UI or for some background job? [07:48]
kirua for example, it can be a list of clients or commands, that i have to send via webservice,... [07:54]
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kirua i think i should make multiple requests and build the list that way, implementing a callback requires from the client to open a socket on his side... which is not done yet [08:00]
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fattest Can I ask a question on using rabbitmq with java or is it off topic? [08:20]
[worksti] fattest: if its about development, sure. if its just about how to install the software or get it running on your machine, no [08:21]
dreamreal ask [08:21]
dreamreal The Ask To Ask protocol wastes more bandwidth than any version of the Ask protocol, so just ask your question. [08:21]
kirua dreamreal, any suggestions for me ? you suggested callbacks, but seems difficult to implement. What about query plans ? [08:25]
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dreamreal kirua: if you need query plans suggested to you, you may want to reconsider your choices. [08:25]
kirua no i meant, looking at the query plan to enhance the sql. [08:26]
dreamreal If "query plans" didn't occur early to you, then ... you... uh... really need to try to figure out what your line of work should be. That should have been, like, one of the FIRST thoughts and processes. [08:26]
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yawkat EXPLAIN ##java [08:27]
fattest i want to make the client (javascript - web browser) send a message to the server (java) and then from java, send a response back to the client. is this possible? I saw this for the client https://www.rabbitmq.com/web-mqtt.html but for java, do I need to use this https://www.eclipse.org/paho/ ? [08:27]
fattest fattest's title: "Eclipse Paho - MQTT and MQTT-SN software" [08:27]
fattest is this possible using rabbitmq's implementation for java * [08:27]
yawkat dont see why not [08:28]
yawkat whats stopping you? [08:28]
cheeser "is it possible?" "it's just software..." [08:28]
dreamreal fattest: a query/response pattern in ANY MQ is pretty trivial [08:28]
dreamreal the pattern is generalized [08:28]
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ArcherL I want to clear the screen(visible to the user) after a the user is being asked to fill in "y" or "n", but only the statement line which asks for the input and not the data entered previously . here is the code for reference https://pastebin.com/yB9MCcAz [08:36]
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cheeser looks like a poor man's stack... [08:37]
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ArcherL yeah i am new to data structures lol [08:37]
dreamreal ew, why are you... [08:37]
dreamreal oh, you're in school [08:37]
ArcherL yes [08:37]
dreamreal sorry, I'm slow today [08:37]
ArcherL no issues, a any advice would work fine [08:38]
dreamreal for console stuff it's nontrivial [08:38]
dreamreal look at charva or jcurses or something like that, or output ansi control sequences directly [08:39]
cheeser simple solution: lots of println()s [08:39]
liste would Runtime.getRuntime().exec("cls") work on Windows? [08:40]
ArcherL Thanks. will try [08:40]
liste (or equivalent "clear" on Linux/OSX) [08:40]
dreamreal liste: I doubt it [08:40]
dreamreal cls is a cmd built-in, not a binary [08:40]
ArcherL not working liste i tried [08:41]
dreamreal ArcherL: it sounds like such a simple task, doesn't it... but it's not :D [08:42]
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ArcherL yeah I agree, as i was myself first afraid to ask it in here lol [08:43]
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cheeser liste: exec() doesn't create a shell. and certainly not the launching shell for the jvm [08:45]
ArcherL cheeser: How to incorporate the lots of println()'s , i mean how will it work? [08:47]
dreamreal ArcherL: void clearScreen() { for(int i=0;i<80;i++) { System.out.println(); } } [08:48]
dreamreal and everyone just said, and in unison: "ew, gross" [08:48]
mitch0 yeah, obviously it should be ++i [08:48]
dreamreal yes, because THAT's the inefficiency :D [08:49]
dreamreal okay, so ... let's run with that ++i thing, first. Now we gotta fix the buffering. [08:49]
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ArcherL Well everyone must have started with this ew phase , i guess....lol [08:49]
yawkat ++i < i++ [08:50]
ArcherL i mean beginners stuff [08:50]
yawkat not literally, though. [08:50]
selckin isn't there some control char to clear the screen? [08:50]
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dreamreal ArcherL: void clearScreen() { String sep=System.getProperty("line.separator"); StringJoiner sj=new StringJoiner(); for(int i=0;i<180;++i) { sj.add(sep); } System.out.println(sj); } [08:50]
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dreamreal selckin: depends on where the screen is! [08:51]
deepy Are you sure of the screen size? [08:51]
selckin but basicly you want a curses library [08:51]
dreamreal deepy: you could query it with ANSI but that assumes ANSI is available to the terminal [08:51]
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dreamreal selckin: thus why I started off with "charva" or "jcurses" :D [08:52]
deepy dreamreal: I'm pretty glad I started doing all these things in urwid [08:52]
ArcherL dreamreal: Thanks a lot [08:52]
[worksti] isnt there some library for some sort of learning progress bar ? [08:53]
[worksti] that seems like the most obvious thing ever [08:53]
dreamreal ArcherL: note that sanity would say "don't clear anything, just use the next line, geez" [08:53]
[worksti] just call something from your code and over a few runs the progress bar learns which state of completeness matches which calls [08:53]
ArcherL dreamreal: i totally get it [08:55]
cheeser especially for an assigment about linked lists/stacks [08:55]
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ArcherL dreamreal: but clearing the screen in my opinion will make the program more user friendly, just saying [09:00]
dreamreal ArcherL: until the user wants to know what it is they just entered [09:03]
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ArcherL dreamreal: that's why i wanted to clear out only whether they want to continue or not"statement" and their response to it, but thanks for your help [09:05]
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dreamreal ArcherL: no worries on my end [09:09]
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BernhardPosselt hi, is it possible to have an enum and require one enum to have one value in its constructor? [09:58]
BernhardPosselt like [09:58]
BernhardPosselt MyEnum.ENUM(3) [09:58]
BernhardPosselt the 3 is dynamic [09:59]
BernhardPosselt meaning that when ENUM is declared it should require you to pass the parameter [09:59]
dreamreal BernhardPosselt: um... enums can have constructors but it's compile-time [10:01]
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dreamreal enum Foo { FOO(1), BAR, BAZ(4); int i; Foo(int t) { i=t; } Foo() { i=0; } } [10:02]
samort7 Do I need to understand JDBC to learn Hibernate? [10:04]
dreamreal no, but SQL helps [10:04]
samort7 Ok, cool. I got basic SQL knowledge [10:04]
BernhardPosselt dreamreal: i see, ty [10:04]
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dreamreal samort7: of course, JDBC knowledge helps as well, but... SQL is the biggest thing [10:05]
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samort7 dreamreal: Cool. Thanks! [10:07]
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cheeser generally, when learning a wrapper over something, knowing that something is almost always helpful [10:13]
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acuzio If there's something strange in your rapperhood , who you gonna call ? [12:16]
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dracarys30 Hello, I just finished maven integration in eclipse and I got this error, although maven is fully installed and I can see the option of "Maven" also when I right click on the project, still it gives me this error "Description Resource Path Location Type Java compiler level does not match the version of the installed Java project facet. HelloWorld Unknown Faceted Project Problem (Java Version Mismatch)" I tried fixing it by using th [12:27]
dracarys30 but that did not work either, can anyone help? TIA [12:27]
bendem you got cut off [12:27]
dreamreal by using... "th"? [12:27]
whaley it's a trap. you are all about to be burned by dragon fire [12:28]
dracarys30 ? [12:29]
dreamreal has his green dragon spew acid all over whaley [12:29]
selckin irc has a limit of like 255 chars, your messsage got cut off [12:29]
dreamreal dracarys30: "by using th" <-- that's all we saw [12:29]
dracarys30 yeah [12:29]
dracarys30 ok I'll send it again [12:29]
dreamreal no, just finish the sentence [12:29]
whaley dracarys30: dracarys is high valyarin for "dragon fire" [12:30]
dreamreal "I tried fixing it by th" <-- is all we saw, finish THAT sentence [12:30]
dreamreal whaley: scown! [12:30]
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dracarys30 just finished maven integration in eclipse and I got this error, although maven is fully installed and I can see the option of "Maven" also when I right click on the project, still it gives me this error "Description Resource Path Location Type Java compiler level does not match the version of the installed Java project facet.Unknown Faceted Project Problem (Java Version Mismatch)",tried fixing it by using the "Update project" in Ma [12:31]
dracarys30 can you see it now? [12:31]
dreamreal hahaha [12:31]
dreamreal nope! You should have JUST finished the sentence. [12:31]
dreamreal 255 character limit, you know. [12:31]
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dreamreal repeating the first part - the part we saw - doesn't help. [12:31]
dracarys30 ok let me try this way [12:31]
ianp I haven't used eclipse in a long time, but as of last time I tried I'd be surprised if anyone could get maven integration working [12:31]
ianp i was on a mac back then so maybe that was my issue [12:32]
dreamreal Why not just finish what you'd said, STARTING WITH the "I tried fixing it by..." [12:32]
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souravbadami java.lang.AssertionError: 1 expectation failed. JSON path lat doesn't match. Expected: (a collection containing <19.119448> and a collection containing <28.573906> and a collection containing <25.3463> and a collection containing <-1.23269> and a collection containing <21.1458> and a collection containing <17.483768>) [12:32]
dreamreal souravbadami: cool [12:32]
dracarys30 I tried fixing it by using the "Update project" in Maven option but that did not work either, can anyone help? TIA [12:32]
souravbadami hasItems converts the value to a <> value. [12:32]
souravbadami How do I stop it from doing that ? [12:33]
dreamreal dracarys30: well, I don't use eclipse - what java version does your maven project specify, what java version does eclipse think it's using? [12:33]
bendem diamond value? [12:33]
bendem you'll be rich [12:33]
dreamreal show us [12:33]
dreamreal souravbadami, Paste the code (and any errors) in a pastebin where we can see it. See ~pastebin for options. Also see ~testcase for good examples as to how to help us help you quickly diagnose and solve problems. [12:33]
dreamreal souravbadami: that ... explanation does nothing to show how you're actually getting that, nor where "<>" values come from, whatever they are [12:33]
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blackthor looking for some inspiration... if you were to place job ads for a sr java developer, -besides stackoverflow- where would you post it ? [12:34]
souravbadami I'm using rest assured. [12:35]
souravbadami Here's http://dpaste.com/2YQHYA4. [12:35]