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 by   google Java Version: auto-value-1.9 License: Apache-2.0

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auto is a Java library typically used in Generator, Generator Utils applications. auto has no bugs, it has no vulnerabilities, it has a Permissive License and it has high support. However auto build file is not available. You can download it from GitHub, Maven.
A collection of source code generators for Java.
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  • auto has a highly active ecosystem.
  • It has 9703 star(s) with 1152 fork(s). There are 351 watchers for this library.
  • There were 1 major release(s) in the last 12 months.
  • There are 63 open issues and 380 have been closed. On average issues are closed in 267 days. There are 14 open pull requests and 0 closed requests.
  • It has a negative sentiment in the developer community.
  • The latest version of auto is auto-value-1.9
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  • auto has 0 bugs and 0 code smells.
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  • auto has no vulnerabilities reported, and its dependent libraries have no vulnerabilities reported.
  • auto code analysis shows 0 unresolved vulnerabilities.
  • There are 0 security hotspots that need review.
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  • auto is licensed under the Apache-2.0 License. This license is Permissive.
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  • auto releases are available to install and integrate.
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  • auto has no build file. You will be need to create the build yourself to build the component from source.
  • Installation instructions are not available. Examples and code snippets are available.
  • auto saves you 15783 person hours of effort in developing the same functionality from scratch.
  • It has 38413 lines of code, 3716 functions and 311 files.
  • It has low code complexity. Code complexity directly impacts maintainability of the code.
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kandi has reviewed auto and discovered the below as its top functions. This is intended to give you an instant insight into auto implemented functionality, and help decide if they suit your requirements.

  • Make a property builder for a property .
    • Process all methods in the round environment .
      • Fixes the given string .
        • Classify one argument .
          • Generate a set of factory method descriptor .
            • Creates a new constructor for the given class .
              • Returns a map of property names to an enum constant map .
                • Add factory methods .
                  • Collects the methods consumed by the extensions .
                    • Determine the set of valid elements .

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                      auto Key Features

                      A collection of source code generators for Java.

                      License

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                      Copyright 2013 Google LLC
                      
                      Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License");
                      you may not use this file except in compliance with the License.
                      You may obtain a copy of the License at
                      
                         http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0
                      
                      Unless required by applicable law or agreed to in writing, software
                      distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS IS" BASIS,
                      WITHOUT WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF ANY KIND, either express or implied.
                      See the License for the specific language governing permissions and
                      limitations under the License.
                      

                      Is if(A | B) always faster than if(A || B)?

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                      if (b1[i])  // maybe this exists somewhere in the program
                          b2 = nullptr;
                      
                      if(b1[i] || b2[i]) // OK
                      if(b1[i]  | b2[i]) // NOT OK; indirection through null pointer
                      
                      if(a || (a = b)) // OK
                      if(a  | (a = b)) // NOT OK; undefined behaviour
                      
                      if(ptr1 || ptr2) // OK
                      if(ptr1  | ptr2) // NOT OK; no bitwise or for pointers
                      
                      if (b1[i])  // maybe this exists somewhere in the program
                          b2 = nullptr;
                      
                      if(b1[i] || b2[i]) // OK
                      if(b1[i]  | b2[i]) // NOT OK; indirection through null pointer
                      
                      if(a || (a = b)) // OK
                      if(a  | (a = b)) // NOT OK; undefined behaviour
                      
                      if(ptr1 || ptr2) // OK
                      if(ptr1  | ptr2) // NOT OK; no bitwise or for pointers
                      
                      if (b1[i])  // maybe this exists somewhere in the program
                          b2 = nullptr;
                      
                      if(b1[i] || b2[i]) // OK
                      if(b1[i]  | b2[i]) // NOT OK; indirection through null pointer
                      
                      if(a || (a = b)) // OK
                      if(a  | (a = b)) // NOT OK; undefined behaviour
                      
                      if(ptr1 || ptr2) // OK
                      if(ptr1  | ptr2) // NOT OK; no bitwise or for pointers
                      
                      if (p == NULL || test(*p)) { ... }  // null pointer would crash on *p
                      
                      if (should_skip() || try_update()) { ... }  // active use of side effects
                      
                      x = y+z;
                      flag1 = (x==0);
                      ... code that uses flag1
                      
                      x = y+z;
                      if (processor's Z flag was set)
                      {
                      ... copy of that uses flag1, but where flag is replaced with constant 1
                      }
                      else
                      {
                      ... copy of that uses flag1, but where flag is replaced with constant 0
                      }
                      
                      x = y+z;
                      flag1 = (x==0);
                      ... code that uses flag1
                      
                      x = y+z;
                      if (processor's Z flag was set)
                      {
                      ... copy of that uses flag1, but where flag is replaced with constant 1
                      }
                      else
                      {
                      ... copy of that uses flag1, but where flag is replaced with constant 0
                      }
                      

                      What is the proper evaluation order when assigning a value in a map?

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                      auto size = valMap.size();
                      valMap[val] = size;
                      
                      valMap.emplace(val, size);
                      
                      auto size = valMap.size();
                      valMap[val] = size;
                      
                      valMap.emplace(val, size);
                      

                      Why does the thread sanitizer complain about acquire/release thread fences?

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                      atomic_base.h:133:26: warning: 'atomic_thread_fence' is not supported with '-fsanitize=thread' [-Wtsan]
                        133 |   { __atomic_thread_fence(int(__m)); }
                            |     ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~^~~~~~~~~~
                      
                      while (a.load(std::memory_order_relaxed) != from) {}
                      __tsan_acquire(&a); // <--
                      std::atomic_thread_fence(std::memory_order_acquire);
                      
                      atomic_base.h:133:26: warning: 'atomic_thread_fence' is not supported with '-fsanitize=thread' [-Wtsan]
                        133 |   { __atomic_thread_fence(int(__m)); }
                            |     ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~^~~~~~~~~~
                      
                      while (a.load(std::memory_order_relaxed) != from) {}
                      __tsan_acquire(&a); // <--
                      std::atomic_thread_fence(std::memory_order_acquire);
                      

                      Why would one want to put a unary plus (+) operator in front of a C++ lambda?

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                      #include <type_traits>
                      
                      void foo(int);
                      
                      template<class T>
                      struct is_foo : std::is_same<T, decltype(&foo)> {};
                      
                      int main()
                      {
                          auto foo1 = +[](int)->void {};
                          auto foo2 = [](int)->void {};
                          static_assert(is_foo<decltype(foo1)>::value, "foo1 is not like foo");
                          static_assert(is_foo<decltype(+foo2)>::value, "+foo2 is not like foo");
                          static_assert(is_foo<decltype(foo2)>::value, "foo2 is not like foo"); 
                      }  
                      
                      template <typename F>
                      void f(F func) { func(); }
                      
                      
                      int main()
                      {
                          f([](){});  // f<lambda_1>
                          f([](){});  // f<lambda_2>
                          f(+[](){}); // f<void(*)()>
                          f(+[](){}); // f<void(*)()>
                      }
                      

                      xcrun: error: SDK &quot;iphoneos&quot; cannot be located

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                      sudo xcode-select --switch /Applications/Xcode.app
                      

                      Why can't a const mutable lambda with an auto&amp; parameter be invoked?

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                      struct foo {
                          void operator()(){}
                      };
                      
                      int main() {
                          const foo f;
                          f();
                      }
                      
                      <source>:7:5: error: no matching function for call to object of type 'const foo'
                          f();
                          ^
                      <source>:2:10: note: candidate function not viable: 'this' argument has type 'const foo', but method is not marked const
                          void operator()(){}
                               ^
                      
                      struct foo {
                          void operator()(){}
                      };
                      
                      int main() {
                          const foo f;
                          f();
                      }
                      
                      <source>:7:5: error: no matching function for call to object of type 'const foo'
                          f();
                          ^
                      <source>:2:10: note: candidate function not viable: 'this' argument has type 'const foo', but method is not marked const
                          void operator()(){}
                               ^
                      
                      auto const f3 = [](auto&) mutable {};
                      static_assert(std::is_invocable_v<decltype(f3), int&>); // failed
                      
                      auto const f4 = [](int&) mutable {}; // changed auto& to int&
                      static_assert(std::is_invocable_v<decltype(f4), int&>); // now ok
                      
                      struct __unique_f4 {
                          auto operator()(int&) /* not const */ { }
                      };
                      
                      struct __unique_f4 {
                          auto operator()(int&) /* not const */ { }
                      
                          // conversion function to the appropriate function
                          // pointer type
                          operator void(*)(int&)() const { /* ... */ }
                      };
                      
                      auto const f3 = [](auto&) mutable {};
                      static_assert(std::is_invocable_v<decltype(f3), int&>); // failed
                      
                      auto const f4 = [](int&) mutable {}; // changed auto& to int&
                      static_assert(std::is_invocable_v<decltype(f4), int&>); // now ok
                      
                      struct __unique_f4 {
                          auto operator()(int&) /* not const */ { }
                      };
                      
                      struct __unique_f4 {
                          auto operator()(int&) /* not const */ { }
                      
                          // conversion function to the appropriate function
                          // pointer type
                          operator void(*)(int&)() const { /* ... */ }
                      };
                      
                      auto const f3 = [](auto&) mutable {};
                      static_assert(std::is_invocable_v<decltype(f3), int&>); // failed
                      
                      auto const f4 = [](int&) mutable {}; // changed auto& to int&
                      static_assert(std::is_invocable_v<decltype(f4), int&>); // now ok
                      
                      struct __unique_f4 {
                          auto operator()(int&) /* not const */ { }
                      };
                      
                      struct __unique_f4 {
                          auto operator()(int&) /* not const */ { }
                      
                          // conversion function to the appropriate function
                          // pointer type
                          operator void(*)(int&)() const { /* ... */ }
                      };
                      
                      auto const f3 = [](auto&) mutable {};
                      static_assert(std::is_invocable_v<decltype(f3), int&>); // failed
                      
                      auto const f4 = [](int&) mutable {}; // changed auto& to int&
                      static_assert(std::is_invocable_v<decltype(f4), int&>); // now ok
                      
                      struct __unique_f4 {
                          auto operator()(int&) /* not const */ { }
                      };
                      
                      struct __unique_f4 {
                          auto operator()(int&) /* not const */ { }
                      
                          // conversion function to the appropriate function
                          // pointer type
                          operator void(*)(int&)() const { /* ... */ }
                      };
                      

                      Passing a C-style array to `span&lt;T&gt;`

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                      template<typename T>
                      size_t my_size(std::span<T> s)
                      {
                          return s.size();
                      }
                      
                      prog.cc:18:25: error: no matching function for call to 'my_size(std::array<int, 5>&)'
                         18 |     std::cout << my_size(arr) << my_size(vec) << my_size(il) << my_size(c_arr);
                            |                  ~~~~~~~^~~~~
                      prog.cc:7:8: note: candidate: 'template<class T> size_t my_size(std::span<_Type, 18446744073709551615>)'
                          7 | size_t my_size(std::span<T> s)
                            |        ^~~~~~~
                      prog.cc:7:8: note:   template argument deduction/substitution failed:
                      prog.cc:18:25: note:   'std::array<int, 5>' is not derived from 'std::span<_Type, 18446744073709551615>'
                         18 |     std::cout << my_size(arr) << my_size(vec) << my_size(il) << my_size(c_arr);
                            |                  ~~~~~~~^~~~~
                      
                      template<typename T>
                      size_t my_size(std::span<T> s)
                      {
                          return s.size();
                      }
                      
                      prog.cc:18:25: error: no matching function for call to 'my_size(std::array<int, 5>&)'
                         18 |     std::cout << my_size(arr) << my_size(vec) << my_size(il) << my_size(c_arr);
                            |                  ~~~~~~~^~~~~
                      prog.cc:7:8: note: candidate: 'template<class T> size_t my_size(std::span<_Type, 18446744073709551615>)'
                          7 | size_t my_size(std::span<T> s)
                            |        ^~~~~~~
                      prog.cc:7:8: note:   template argument deduction/substitution failed:
                      prog.cc:18:25: note:   'std::array<int, 5>' is not derived from 'std::span<_Type, 18446744073709551615>'
                         18 |     std::cout << my_size(arr) << my_size(vec) << my_size(il) << my_size(c_arr);
                            |                  ~~~~~~~^~~~~
                      
                      std::cout << getSize(std::span(arr));
                      std::cout << getSize(std::span(vec.begin(), vec.end()));
                      std::cout << getSize(std::span(il.begin(), il.end()));
                      std::cout << getSize(std::span(c_arr));
                      
                      // For std containers
                      template<class T>
                      size_t getSize(T myContainer)
                      {
                          return std::span(myContainer.begin(), myContainer.end()).size();
                      }
                      
                      // For c-style arrays
                      template<typename T, int n>
                      size_t getSize(T (&myArray)[n])
                      {
                          return std::span<T>(myArray).size();
                      }
                      
                      std::cout << getSize(std::span(arr));
                      std::cout << getSize(std::span(vec.begin(), vec.end()));
                      std::cout << getSize(std::span(il.begin(), il.end()));
                      std::cout << getSize(std::span(c_arr));
                      
                      // For std containers
                      template<class T>
                      size_t getSize(T myContainer)
                      {
                          return std::span(myContainer.begin(), myContainer.end()).size();
                      }
                      
                      // For c-style arrays
                      template<typename T, int n>
                      size_t getSize(T (&myArray)[n])
                      {
                          return std::span<T>(myArray).size();
                      }
                      

                      Doesn't constraining the &quot;auto&quot; in C++ defeat the purpose of it?

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                      foo f = // ...
                      
                      foo auto f = // ...
                      
                      foo f = // ...
                      
                      foo auto f = // ...
                      
                      auto fn(auto x) {
                          return x++;
                      }
                      
                      f(std::string("hello"));
                      
                      error: cannot increment value of type 'std::basic_string<char>'
                          return x++;
                      
                      auto fn(std::integral auto x) {
                          return x++;
                      }
                      
                      auto fn(auto x) {
                          return x++;
                      }
                      
                      f(std::string("hello"));
                      
                      error: cannot increment value of type 'std::basic_string<char>'
                          return x++;
                      
                      auto fn(std::integral auto x) {
                          return x++;
                      }
                      
                      auto fn(auto x) {
                          return x++;
                      }
                      
                      f(std::string("hello"));
                      
                      error: cannot increment value of type 'std::basic_string<char>'
                          return x++;
                      
                      auto fn(std::integral auto x) {
                          return x++;
                      }
                      
                      auto fn(auto x) {
                          return x++;
                      }
                      
                      f(std::string("hello"));
                      
                      error: cannot increment value of type 'std::basic_string<char>'
                          return x++;
                      
                      auto fn(std::integral auto x) {
                          return x++;
                      }
                      

                      What is the purpose of `operator auto() = delete` in C++?

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                      auto f() = delete;
                      
                      A a = b;   // error in Clang
                      
                      auto f() = delete;  // never expose a valid overload for f()
                      
                      // elsewhere:
                      int f() { return 42; }
                        // error: functions that differ only in 
                        //        their return type cannot be overloaded
                      
                      struct NoUserDefinedConversionFunctionsAllowed {
                          operator auto() = delete;
                      };
                      
                      struct S : NoUserDefinedConversionFunctionsAllowed { 
                          operator int() { return 1; }  // can never be used
                      };
                      
                      auto f() = delete;
                      
                      A a = b;   // error in Clang
                      
                      auto f() = delete;  // never expose a valid overload for f()
                      
                      // elsewhere:
                      int f() { return 42; }
                        // error: functions that differ only in 
                        //        their return type cannot be overloaded
                      
                      struct NoUserDefinedConversionFunctionsAllowed {
                          operator auto() = delete;
                      };
                      
                      struct S : NoUserDefinedConversionFunctionsAllowed { 
                          operator int() { return 1; }  // can never be used
                      };
                      
                      auto f() = delete;
                      
                      A a = b;   // error in Clang
                      
                      auto f() = delete;  // never expose a valid overload for f()
                      
                      // elsewhere:
                      int f() { return 42; }
                        // error: functions that differ only in 
                        //        their return type cannot be overloaded
                      
                      struct NoUserDefinedConversionFunctionsAllowed {
                          operator auto() = delete;
                      };
                      
                      struct S : NoUserDefinedConversionFunctionsAllowed { 
                          operator int() { return 1; }  // can never be used
                      };
                      
                      auto f() = delete;
                      
                      A a = b;   // error in Clang
                      
                      auto f() = delete;  // never expose a valid overload for f()
                      
                      // elsewhere:
                      int f() { return 42; }
                        // error: functions that differ only in 
                        //        their return type cannot be overloaded
                      
                      struct NoUserDefinedConversionFunctionsAllowed {
                          operator auto() = delete;
                      };
                      
                      struct S : NoUserDefinedConversionFunctionsAllowed { 
                          operator int() { return 1; }  // can never be used
                      };
                      

                      Why does std::initializer_list in ctor not behave as expected?

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                      auto vTemp = std::vector<int>{};
                      auto v = std::vector<int>( vTemp );
                      
                      auto v = std::vector{{std::vector<int>{}}};
                      auto v = std::vector<std::vector<int>>{ std::vector<int>{} };
                      
                      auto vTemp = std::vector<int>{};
                      auto v = std::vector<int>( vTemp );
                      
                      auto v = std::vector{{std::vector<int>{}}};
                      auto v = std::vector<std::vector<int>>{ std::vector<int>{} };
                      
                      template<class T> void f(T x) {
                        std::vector v{x};
                        // …
                      }
                      

                      Community Discussions

                      Trending Discussions on auto
                      • How to open emulators in different windows at Android Studio (Bumblebee | 2021.1.1)?
                      • Is if(A | B) always faster than if(A || B)?
                      • What is the proper evaluation order when assigning a value in a map?
                      • Why does the thread sanitizer complain about acquire/release thread fences?
                      • Why would one want to put a unary plus (+) operator in front of a C++ lambda?
                      • xcrun: error: SDK &quot;iphoneos&quot; cannot be located
                      • Why can't a const mutable lambda with an auto&amp; parameter be invoked?
                      • Passing a C-style array to `span&lt;T&gt;`
                      • Doesn't constraining the &quot;auto&quot; in C++ defeat the purpose of it?
                      • sklearn.manifold.TSNE TypeError: ufunc 'multiply' did not contain a loop with signature matching types (dtype('&lt;U32'), dtype('&lt;U32'))...)
                      Trending Discussions on auto

                      QUESTION

                      How to open emulators in different windows at Android Studio (Bumblebee | 2021.1.1)?

                      Asked 2022-Feb-22 at 19:06

                      I have two running emulators but they open together in different tabs and in one single window.

                      How to open them in two different window?

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                      Android Studio Bumblebee | 2021.1.1
                      Build #AI-211.7628.21.2111.8092744, built on January 19, 2022
                      Runtime version: 11.0.11+0-b60-7590822 amd64
                      VM: OpenJDK 64-Bit Server VM by JetBrains s.r.o.
                      Linux 5.4.0-96-generic
                      GC: G1 Young Generation, G1 Old Generation
                      Memory: 3072M
                      Cores: 12
                      Registry: external.system.auto.import.disabled=true, debugger.watches.in.variables=false
                      Non-Bundled Plugins: JUnit4-Parallel-Runner (1.5), com.intellij.javafx (1.0.3), com.intellij.marketplace (211.7628.36), com.atlassian.bitbucket.references (2021.1.195), com.thoughtworks.gauge (211.6693.111), org.jetbrains.kotlin (211-1.6.10-release-923-AS7442.40), com.developerphil.adbidea (1.6.4)
                      Current Desktop: ubuntu:GNOME
                      

                      ANSWER

                      Answered 2022-Feb-17 at 10:47

                      File->Settings->Tools->Emulator, and uncheck Launch in a tool window Then they will open in their own stand alone windows again.

                      Source https://stackoverflow.com/questions/70923189

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                      Vulnerabilities

                      No vulnerabilities reported

                      Install auto

                      You can download it from GitHub, Maven.
                      You can use auto 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 auto 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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