From: Pascal Robert <probert@ma...> - 2013-04-01 15:45:03
Le 2013-03-31 à 12:22, Klaus Berkling <kberkling@...> a écrit :
> On Mar 30, 2013, at 11:52 PM, Bastian Triller <bastian.triller@...> wrote:
>> You create a pull request on github. Select your branch and there should be a button "pull request". You then select the upstream branch, on which the changes would be merged.
> I'm 5-6 months behind. Let's see how that works...
You have to update your work before doing your pull request.
git checkout integration
git pull upstream integration // will fetch updates from the main repository
git push origin integration // will update your fork on GitHub
// do your pull request
From: Johann Werner <jw@oy...> - 2013-05-21 12:46:57
you have probably somewhere an old commons-lang library floating around that interferes with the one from wonder (in ERJars). That library was updated to version 2.6 some time ago and it is beginning with that version that the class ObjectUtils has a method notEqual().
Am 04.04.2013 um 03:48 schrieb Klaus Berkling <kberkling@...>:
> I have deleted my fork and repositories of wonder but rescued my files.
> I now have again forked wonder on github and have a local clone. I also added my files.
> When I now try to compile with ant frameworks I get build errors:
> <some-class>java:360: cannot find symbol
> [wocompile] symbol : method notEqual(java.lang.Object,java.lang.Object)
> [wocompile] location: class org.apache.commons.lang.ObjectUtils
> [wocompile] return ObjectUtils.notEqual(..., ...);
> This repeats about 8 times for different classes. It's always org.apache.commons.lang.ObjectUtilsnotEqual().
> I found James Cicenia's post from November 2012 but could find a solution.
> Is it me?
> Thanks for any help.
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