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comment Modbus4J 2.0.2 and Maven, How it works?
When you build a maven project with maven (or using your IDE's maven plugin), it will first download dependencies. By default, it will look in the maven central repository, & then will look in any repositories declared in the pom (such as modbus4j-maven-local above). By default, maven will store the downloaded dependencies in ~/.m2/repository. Generally though, maven or your IDE takes care of referencing the JAR files from that location automatically. If for some reason you want a copy of all dependency jars, you can use mvn dependency:copy-dependencies.
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comment Sigma JS node animation
This answer was written for the v0.1 release of sigma.js. Subsequent releases have changed the interface significantly and this code is no longer a drop in replacement. It might not be relevant at all to newer versions.
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revised How to run exe file in Java program
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comment Repaint method does not work
Your render code is confusing and hard to follow. At first glance though, do you really want the if (parent != null) { check once the TreeCanvas has been added and thus already has a parent? My suggestion would be to add simple system.out.println statements, or use a debugger, to verify that methods are being called in sequence you expect. If so, then there's a logic error in your code.
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