Tassos Bassoukos

Thessaloniki, Greece

tassos.bassoukos.gr

Age: 39

Apr
9
awarded Caucus
Apr
2
comment Reuse subscriber
You're using it wrong, methinks - why not simply this.onNext(...)? Or something with a more descriptive name?
Apr
2
comment SCP in Java with URIs without password and username
Ah, that gets you the current username - use System.getProperty("user.name") to get that.
Apr
2
comment SCP in Java with URIs without password and username
Then you cannot SSH/SCP. SSH/SCP cannot determine the use by the public key alone.
Apr
2
comment Reuse subscriber
But conceptually, you're saying "Subscriber, take these items; then, take those items".
Apr
2
answered SCP in Java with URIs without password and username
Apr
2
answered Reuse subscriber
Jan
30
comment Gatling - java: command not found
This is a Linux/Unix shell script, and will not work on Windows. Find the shell script for your platform.
Jan
27
comment Join and fetch just some properties not all the collection
Sure, they are orthogonal - what you have in the SELECT just needs to refer to something from the FROM/JOIN clauses.
Jan
27
comment Should I use a ConcurrentHashMap?
I've seen people use CHMaps to overcome limitations in algorithms where they would add/remove etries while iterating - do you fall in this case?
Jan
27
answered Adding jar files to plugin dependency
Jan
27
answered Join and fetch just some properties not all the collection
Jan
14
comment scan .class files or jar file to reflection
@PeterRader he's not asking about any type variable, but about a specific subclass that has a concrete class for that type variable, and that information is recorded in the classfile.
Jan
14
comment scan .class files or jar file to reflection
You're telling me how you want to achieve something; it helps to know why; sometimes one falls into the [XY problem]*mywiki.wooledge.org/XyProblem).
Jan
13
answered scan .class files or jar file to reflection
Jan
13
comment JPA: Detach a list of attached read-only entities
What is your question?
Jan
13
comment CLI read star(*) character fail
Keep in mind that your program can accept * as-is; it's the operator's responsibility to pass it in without the shell doing its thing. Just do an equality check against "*", and let the human figure it out. Possibly check if the tables given don't correspond to anything, then print a warning message.
Jan
13
answered Why these two has different values?
Jan
13
comment CLI read star(*) character fail
Then I suggest you use --all - it's more readable and self-documenting.
Jan
13
comment CLI read star(*) character fail
What happens is that the shell expands the * to mean "all matching files"; you will get a long argument list that contains all your files. What is the reason that you need to detect the * character?
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