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Index of /maven/org/apache/commons/commons-lang3/3.1
In this example we are going to elaborate the use of the StringUtils class in the package: But for those of us trying to diagnose what needs to change and why, it’s a bit of another distraction. So I’m not sure how that would be a solution here.
The following example shows using ArrayUtils. Apache Commons Lang, a package of Java utility classes for the classes that are in java. I hadn’t selected an option from the application menu e. What’s also unclear is that your readInput method — in CommandLineInputHandler — in this repo is different than the original.
Also keep in mind that the path separator: Jul nar, 5: Also, just so everyone is clear, the copyLibs task that was provided copies the libraries into the output directory, but not into the JAR file itself. These solutions do not appear to work at all, vommons maybe context is missing?
Index of /maven/org/apache/commons/commons-lang3/
There are not really any significant differences between the two. Show Archive File – commons-lang It seems like adding commons-lang3 was a complete distraction in this case due to the fact that the application runs at the command line. Jul 9, 8: Try posting your own question, including your code and pom.
The code compiled just fine, but I get an error trying to run the application.
I would add the specific commands that people have to run. Or, at least, it doesn’t if I provide these commands: This did not solve the issue. Sep 11, 6: The question was asking about a very specific error and I don’t see anything in here that answers that.
ToDoApp That’s trying to run it via the classes. While that would probably work.
Jeff Nyman 9 Offline. The only tricky part here is that you don’t know exactly where in the Gradle cache the JAR file is stored. I lahg3 hopefully have some time next weekend to try out your suggestions. Mixing -jar and -cp does not work.
This page provides Java code examples for org. If you run the compiled code from the command line, you’d have to tell the JVM that the external library a JAR file should be part of your application’s classpath.
I checked the ear file it has jxr It seems like you can’t call a classpath on a JAR like that. You need to include commons-lang