kandi X-RAY | dk.brics.automaton Summary
kandi X-RAY | dk.brics.automaton Summary
Copyright (C) 2001-2011 Anders Moeller. This source code in this package may be used under the terms of the BSD license. Please read the file 'COPYING' for details. This package contains a full DFA/NFA implementation with Unicode alphabet and support for all standard regular expression operations. For more information, go to the package home page at
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Starts the automata
- Builds all matrices
- Minimalizes the given automaton using the provided automaton
- Convert automaton to an automaton
- Checks if the given automaton is equal to the given language
- Determines whether the given automaton is a subset of automata
- Returns a string representation of this automaton
- Appends a character to a StringBuilder
- Runs the given string
- Returns the longest run of the given string starting at the given offset
- Returns a DOT representation of this automaton
- Append the dot
- Find the next matching subsequence of the input
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Trending Discussions on dk.brics.automaton
I am trying to call an OWL API java program through terminal and it crashes, while the exact same code is running ok when I run it in IntelliJ.
The exception that rises in my main code is this:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-31 at 10:43
As can be seen in the comments of the post, my problem is fixed, so I thought I'd collect a closing answer here to not leave the post pending.
The actual solution: As explained here nicely by @UninformedUser, the issue was that I had conflicting maven package versions in my dependencies. Bringing everything in sync with each other solved the issue.
Incidental solution: As I wrote in the comments above, specifically defining
3.3.0 for the
maven-assembly-plugin happened to solve the issue. But this was only chance, as explained here by @Ignazio, just because the order of "assembling" things changed, overwriting the conflicting package.
Huge thanks to both for the help.
I am using java 11 , maven version 3.6 and Spring Boot. I am having a problem running a unit test due to error below:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Jun-24 at 14:45
"Welcome to jar hell" should be the title of this question.
You have stated correctly that javax.xml.bind module is removed from java 11 and it is also deprecated in java 9 and java 10.
You have correctly replaced the missing dependency from the removal of
javax.xml.bind module with the following:
I am trying to configure Azure CosmosDB in my Spring project, but I'm getting the following stack trace:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Mar-28 at 14:49
I did a some googling and little research. I foud following:
- The missing class
com.azure.data.cosmos.internal.directconnectivity.rntbd.RntbdConstants$RntbdContextRequestHeaderis a part of
azure-cosmosdb-direct, pls see pom.xml, class is located here.
azure-cosmosdb-directis missing from your dependency list. I assume it's incomplete or hidden for some reason(?)
- Looking at exception stacktrace it's clear that
at com.azure.data.cosmos.internal.directconnectivity.rntbd.RntbdContextRequest$Headers.(RntbdContextRequest.java:126)is a place where exceptiom occurs. So that means
RntbdContextRequestclass actually existsts (it's also is a part of
azure-cosmosdb-direct). Therefore you have needed dependency, but it probably has wrong version.
I propose you to look a bit deeper into how
azure-cosmosdb-direct dependency is injected in your project and fix its version. Just try to declare it directly in your
pom.xml with the latest version.
Hope I helped you.
No vulnerabilities reported
You can use dk.brics.automaton 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 dk.brics.automaton 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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