kandi X-RAY | Mixin Summary
kandi X-RAY | Mixin Summary
A lightweight java Mixin-style patching implementation. Reimplementation of the Mixin patcher used in [1.4.7 TickThreading builds.] Now with 100% less regex-based Java parsing, thanks to [Java Parser] Mixin can be applied to source files or compiled bytecode, from source files or compiled bytecode. Cross-applications (source to bytecode) / (bytecode to source) do not currently support all features fully due to limitations in JavaTransformer’s CodeFragment feature.
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Replaces all the mixin artifacts
- Set the root value of a file
- Make a mixin applicator
- Get stage
- Update mixin plugin
- Register a mixin transform
- Returns the ID for the given dependency
- Process the input artifact
- Try to guess a module identifier
- Tries to find the identifier for the given file
- Apply mixins
- Registers a task with the given name
- Gets generated dependencies for the output
- Make a dependency
- Remaps the mixins
- Entry point for debugging
- Checks if class name matches one of the given packages
- Ignore exception
- Checks if the transformer has been skipped
- Handles an annotation
- Transforms an artifact
- Gets output dependency files
- Set the log
- Gets existing method
- Inject method
- Process mixin source
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Trending Discussions on Mixin
I just updated flutter version from 2.5.3 to 2.8. I have the following error that i dont know how resolve it. There is no error on any plugin installed, It seems that the error comes from the inner classes themselves and I don't know in which part of my application the error is throwed:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Dec-13 at 13:09
I have solved it by forcing update
flutter_math_fork adding to pubspec:
I'm Using GetX Package for State Management in Flutter. I'm trying to show data based on whether condition is true or not. But gets this error which says `type 'bool' is not a subtype of type 'RxBool' in type cast'.
Below is my code which I'm trying to show. Thanks for help. :)HomeScreen ...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-07 at 06:08
isStatusSuccess.isTrue to obtain the
I am testing a VueJS 2 application using vue-test-utils library and I want to check if the mixin was passed to specific component, something like mounting the component using
mount and accessing the mixin throw something like
I've already tried to access using:
My vue component is like this:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Dec-28 at 12:14
I'm trying to make a mixin that can detect whether to show dark text (if the colour passed into
buttonStyles is light), or light text (for passing darker colours). I remember there was a way to do it with LESS and wondered whether there's a SASS way.
Consider this SCSS:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Dec-25 at 04:42
I was trying through some advanced techniques used to refactor
sequilize.js models and came across how
instanceMethods method can be used and util functions can be attached to it.
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Nov-25 at 17:42
Very interesting question! Let's start with what is clear so far:
- the model should return the Model instance always
- to create the Model instance, in both cases
instanceMethodsis being set as an object which contains methods.
get_instance_methods(sequelize) returns an object of functions in both situations. In the first example, this object is not extended with new functions. The function which were returned, are passed to the Model creation, hence, what
get_instance_methods(...) returns, that arrives in the model's
If needed, we can modify the
instance_methods object before we send it to the model:
I am using this vue js plugin: https://github.com/Godofbrowser/vuejs-dialog
Following the guide, I am trying to integrate a custom component into my dialog. The Dialog shows but no content or the custom component is displayed. Also, the configuration does not seem to work.
Am I missing something here? I followed the documentaion.
Here it the content of my main.js:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Nov-14 at 00:13
This one was far from easy to spot. But you made a small typo following the examples.
this.$dialog.alert() takes 2 parameters, its definition is:
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Nov-13 at 07:15
vue-yandex-maps renders a map container with a randomly generated ID that is passed to the
ymaps.Map constructor, which later uses it to query the
document for the element. Unfortunately, the map container is rendered inside the Shadow DOM of the
app-root custom element, which is hidden from
document queries. The
document.querySelector() thus returns
null, and the
ymaps.Map code tries to get the size of the container via the
null reference, leading to the error you observed.
You would have to patch
vue-yandex-maps yourself, or submit a GitHub issue to request a feature change, where you could pass in the map container element (from the custom element's Shadow DOM) instead of an ID. It looks like
ymaps.Map already accepts either an element or a string ID, so no other change would be necessary.
I was unable to change the validation border color by modifying bootstrap's theme. My goal here is to change valid to be pink so I can see the change and invalid to blue for the same reason.
This is the code that I tried using:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Oct-30 at 10:35
I believe this is the correct place for that Bootstrap variable override:
I'm studying MUI, and in the course, the instructor asks me to style just one component and not the entire theme.
For that, it uses the makeStyles function and spreads the
theme.mixins.toolbar. The problem is when I do this, I have the following error:
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Oct-13 at 05:23
I created a project on CodeSandbox and it doesn't seem the problem in code.
I guess you need to check the version of package you installed in
Here is the link to the CodeSandbox project and you can see the console.log message on console tab.
In C++23, deducing this is finally added to the standard.
Based on what I've read from the proposal, it opens up a new way of creating mixins, and possible to create recursive lambdas.
But I'm confused if this parameter creates a "copy" without using templates since there is no reference or does the explicit
this parameter have its own rules of value category?
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Oct-18 at 00:55
Section 4.2.3 of the paper mentions that "by-value
this" is explicitly allowed and does what you expect. Section 5.4 gives some examples of when you would want to do this.
So in your example, the
self parameter is modified and then destroyed. The caller's
hello object is never modified. If you want to modify the caller's object, you need to take
self by reference:
No vulnerabilities reported
You can use Mixin like any standard Java library. Please include the the jar files in your classpath. You can also use any IDE and you can run and debug the Mixin component as you would do with any other Java program. Best practice is to use a build tool that supports dependency management such as Maven or Gradle. For Maven installation, please refer maven.apache.org. For Gradle installation, please refer gradle.org .
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