May
5
comment Why am I getting an unsupported major.minor version error for log4j?
I'm skeptical that log4j is only compatible with Java 8. Their faq says the 1.2.x will work with anything newer than Java 1.2 - logging.apache.org/log4j/1.2/faq.html#a1.3
May
1
asked Why am I getting an unsupported major.minor version error for log4j?
Apr
20
revised Aspectj getting compile error when using the Java 8 class Supplier
Added new information with JAVA_HOME info.
Apr
20
asked Aspectj getting compile error when using the Java 8 class Supplier
Apr
14
awarded Notable Question
Mar
20
asked Is there a way in Java to be notified when a select object's data changes?
Mar
6
answered Is there a compelling case for compiling Groovy from source on Java 8 for packaging?
Feb
26
comment Is it generally better to make a system call (like grep) or implement the feature in code?
Thanks! Apparently my search skills aren't as good as yours :)
Feb
26
asked Is it generally better to make a system call (like grep) or implement the feature in code?
Feb
24
revised AspectJ compilation with maven/eclipse throws NoClassDefFoundError for org/aspectj/bridge/IMessageHolder
added dependency tree
Feb
24
asked AspectJ compilation with maven/eclipse throws NoClassDefFoundError for org/aspectj/bridge/IMessageHolder
Feb
5
awarded Popular Question
Jan
26
comment Is there a way in csh to dynamically check environment variables?
Further: yeah I know about how terrible csh is; this is one of those usual sob stories about how I can't do anything to change our reliance on it :(
Jan
26
accepted Is there a way in csh to dynamically check environment variables?
Jan
26
comment Is there a way in csh to dynamically check environment variables?
Woot! you were close! eval echo \$"$SO"_"$n" is the correct string. I'll update your answer and give you cred!
Jan
26
comment Is there a way in csh to dynamically check environment variables?
I tried your approach and am getting the env variable names as output: a_1 a_2 a_3 a_4 using this code: #!/bin/csh -f set SO=a foreach n ( 1 2 3 4 ) eval echo "\$SO"_"$n" end NOTE: I shortened my environment variables to a_1 a_2 a_3 and a_4.
Jan
26
asked Is there a way in csh to dynamically check environment variables?
Dec
12
awarded Yearling
Dec
4
awarded Supporter
Dec
4
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