kandi X-RAY | oshi Summary
kandi X-RAY | oshi Summary
OSHI is a free JNA-based (native) Operating System and Hardware Information library for Java. It does not require the installation of any additional native libraries and aims to provide a cross-platform implementation to retrieve system information, such as OS version, processes, memory and CPU usage, disks and partitions, devices, sensors, etc.
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Returns the windows power source .
- update the stats of the disk
- This method will read the performance data from the registry .
- Read Smbios strings .
- Creates a new processor ID based on the current settings .
- Get a map of partition names .
- Get physical volumes
- Retrieves the arguments for a process .
- Given a disk name returns a list of partition s parameters .
- Queries the efi information .
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I am trying to create a custom Minecraft client but first I need to decompile the source files with MCP but it fails. It fails with a
JavaOutOfMemoryError. Here is the error:
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Dec-06 at 05:49
conf/mcp.cfg. Find this line
So,I am trying to collect paths from the minecraft 1.8.8 json file only using json file,
Here is the content of 1.8.8.json (if you don't khow):...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Nov-15 at 12:27
Remember that batch and cmd is not suitable to parse JSON file !
But if you insist to use a batch file just give a try with this ugly code :
I manage an open source project and have a user reporting a situation which I think is impossible according to Java's order of initialization of static variables in classes. The value of a
static final class variable is incorrect, apparently resulting from different results of a dependency's static method based on its own static final variable.
I'd like to understand what's happening in order to figure the best workaround. At the moment, I am baffled.The problem
The main entry point for my project is the class
SystemInfo which has the following constructor:
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jul-17 at 00:49
DISCLAIMER: I'm writing this as an answer because I don't know how to make it fit into a comment. If it doesn't help you let me know, and I'll delete it.
Let's start with a small recap which given the question quality, I'm sure you're aware of already:
- A field which is
staticto a class, means that it only exists once for any instance. No matter how many instances of the class you create, the field will always point to the same memory address.
- A field which is
finalmeans that once initialized, its value cannot change any longer.
So, when you mix these two into a
static final field, it means:
- You only have one value for that field, no matter how many instances
- Once the value is assigned, it doesn't change any longer
So, my suspect is not that there is any thread-safety issue (I don't think you're running your tests in parallel, so I guess no two-threads would simultaneously work on these objects, right?), but rather that a previous test of your test suite has initialized the variables differently and, being they run into the same JVM, they don't change any longer their values.
Take this very simple test example.
I have one very basic class:
When I use the @Push annotation on a view I get the following exception (JDK 16, Vaadin 19.0.7, Spring boot 2.4.7):...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-22 at 07:45
You must add annotation for the "whole" application (which
is) to your central configuration place (which is the class implementing
AppShellConfigurator). As the error states:
Is there a possibility to toggleText() for each element of the array separately?
Right now, when clicked, the values are changed for every single element at the same time and I'd like to go over them one by one as they're clicked....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-May-28 at 11:12
You have jQuery - use its power
I'm using oshi for creating a unique key in my application. I have created a fat jar with maven shaded plugin from the project. The fat jar is working fine without obfuscation. But if I obfuscate the jar using ProGuard, the jar is throwing the following error while trying to run....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-May-22 at 05:51
I have modified my proguard.conf to:
Im trying to decompile the MCP v1.8.8 on mac but when I run the decompile.sh file I get this error:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Apr-13 at 14:07
Turns out the decompiled code was in the src folder
Dragging the contents from that into the Client folder worked
I have no idea why it didn't decompile into the Eclipse folder
The number of
np.where()'s I would assume is the issue since removing 1 will allow the function to work. I'm not aware of another way to edit a name other than an
if else. I figured this would be faster. Mapping comes to mind as well, but I'm not sure how to return the names that are not changed. Any help understanding the best practice for this desired outcome would be very much appreciated!
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Mar-20 at 12:48
When you are dealing with more than two choices, use
I am attempting to set up continuous integration testing for my open source project on a remote AIX server. I can execute tests just fine in an interactive shell:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Dec-12 at 07:09
It turns out that there was one setting in my interactive
.profile that was key to resolving this:
So I managed to have a randomized image in the background as I click which is fine for what I want, and to be able to
.append() the holepunches.
But I don't know how to do the mask thing I've been digging online for a few things and help, and managed to make it work in certain cases but not that one...
It should be like that (I guess) :
- image in the background
- white shape in front
- the star shape is making a holepunch in the white shape
For now, the only thing I managed to do is to have the picture besides a bigger holepunch (which is my original img) but when I click it doesn't make any holepunch, it justs add the stamp.
Here is the code :...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Dec-06 at 14:32
I would try to use canvas with white background and add a mouseclick event listener, which cuts out the canvas. I found another question on stack overflow what may can help you:
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You can use oshi 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 oshi 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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