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I've made a little test for my project today - The goal: Implement
.jar files into a
C# project as a
.dll. My current
.jar file looks like the following.
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-03 at 15:48
First of all, you are using a class as a namespace, and that is probably not correct. Your method call should probably look something like this:
I have a AST2600 evb board. After power on (w/ RJ45 connected), it boots into a OpenBMC kernel. From serial port, using
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ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-10 at 02:58
First, it is pretty straigt forward to add common tools/utitlies to an image. It could be added (for local testing only) by adding a line
I have converted a C# file into jar. I would like to use it in a Java Web application using Spring. I'm currently using Intellej. My current problem, is I don't know how to let tomcat uses the IKVM.NET Virtual Machine environment and also intellej for that to work....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Mar-11 at 11:26
IKVM is dead. There is never which maintenance it since years.
IKVM is also for converting a jar file to a .NET dll and not inverse. It is not possible to use a jar file created with IKVM at runtime. This are only stub files for the Java compiler.
If you want use Tomcat with IKVM then you need to convert all jar files of Tomcat to a dll. For debugging then you need to use a C# IDE like Visual Studio and not IntelliJ.
If you want use a C# file with Java then the GraalVM can be a solution but I have never try it.
This is a follow-on to this question. I am building a RESTful server (that is in C# but the core engine is Java (via IKVM)). We are writing clients in C# Java, etc.
So for the specific case of the C# client, if they want a ZonedDateTime on the server side, I need to pass a string similar to "2018-10-21T08:11:55-06:00[America/Denver]". For this case I think I should have them pass me a (DateTime, TimeZoneInfo) and from that build the string.
To do this I need to get the Java "America/Denver" from the setting for TimeZoneInfo. Is there any way to get this conversion.
As I understand it, there's no ISO or other widely used setting for uniquely identifying time zones....
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Jul-12 at 23:33
"America/Denver" is the IANA name for that time zone. The Time Zone Database (tzdb) contains these names and their rules (which can change over time). NodaTime uses tzdb data to perform its logic.
You can use the TimeZoneConverter package to convert a
TimeZoneInfo to a tzdb time zone ID.
You've asked a few questions related to this and I'd like to piece some of that together for you here.NodaTime All The Way Down
If it's feasible to do so, you should have the consumer pass you a
ZonedDateTime. It's a single value with all the information needed by the Java-based core engine, which is exactly what you were asking for (here). Using a single value that has been validated in the domain (as opposed to a custom container for the constituent parts) defers error-proned activities to the consumer, who would be better suited than you to resolve them and must do before calling your client. Then you don't have to be responsible for any errors or bugs related to something that shouldn't concern you.
Provided that you have a
ZonedDateTime instance, all you need now is a custom pattern that will give you a string in the format the Java side expects.
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Install NAnt (https://sourceforge.net/projects/nant/files/nant/0.92/).
Must be set to use JDK 8.
Download ICSharpCode.SharpZipLib.dll (http://www.icsharpcode.net/opensource/sharpziplib/) and copy to the bin folder.
Download openjdk-8u45-b14 (http://www.frijters.net/openjdk-8u45-b14-stripped.zip) and unpack in the peer folder to ikvm.
In the root folder run nant.
To produce the strongly named assemblies
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