kandi X-RAY | auto-parse Summary
kandi X-RAY | auto-parse Summary
AutoValue for ParseObject
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- Returns a long value
- Returns a property as a JSONArray
- Get a list as a list
- Returns a property as a Date
- Returns a property as a string
- Get a value from a ParseObject
- Returns a property as a Number
- Get a file from a parse object
- Returns an int value
- Returns a double value
- Returns a boolean value
- Returns the specified user
- Get a relation from a parse object
- Get a value from a parse object
- Retrieve a value from a parseable object
- Returns the specified key as a JSONObject
- Retrieve a value from a parse object
- Returns a map element from a parse object
- Implementation of the parsing of the class
- Gets the annotation types
- Strips all the lines from the given template
- Returns a list of abstract method abstract methods
- Determines which types should be imported
- Concatenates multiple lines
- Set the contentView
- Returns a string representation of formal arguments
- Returns a string representation of formal type arguments
- Set the example
- Finds all declared classes in the given set
- Returns the latest source version
auto-parse Key Features
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Trending Discussions on auto-parse
I'm in the process of converting a stack to k8s. The database requires persistent storage.
I have used
kubectl create -f pv.yaml
pv.yaml (with edits based on @whites11's answer):...
ANSWERAnswered 2018-May-06 at 08:38
You need to manually bind your PV to your PVC, by adding the appropriate
claimRef section to the PV spec.
In practice, edit your PV with the method you prefer, and add a section similar to this:
I am having an issue while following a tutorial on the subject of
HTTP Requests. I can not get the code to auto-parse my response to
JSON. This remains text. While it is stated that when specifying 'json: true' this sets the type to
json and parses.
ANSWERAnswered 2017-Sep-22 at 12:51
Try sending the requestData in json like this :
Generated accessors of parse tree context nodes do not conform getProperty()/isProperty()/hasProperty() standard. As a result, ST can’t be applied to the parse tree directly. There seems to be 3 alternatives to apply ST to the generated parse trees:
- Create ST model adapter classes for each generated context node. Then ST can be applied directly to the generated parse tree. Duplicate work here is creating model adapters.
- For every parse tree node create a wrapper node that conforms getProperty()/isProperty()/hasProperty() standard. Then ST can be applied to wrapper nodes. Duplicate work here is creating wrapper nodes. (In this case parse tree is not even required; auto-parse-tree construction could be turned off and wrapper (AST) nodes could be created in grammar actions).
- Create a Visitor. Each visit*() instantiates an ST specific to a context node being visited, sets parameters (which could be STs returned by visiting child nodes or simple strings) and returns the ST. This is the option I’m currently using. Duplicate work here is creating visitor and assigning template parameters in code.
Is there an Antlr4 option that generates accessors of parse tree context nodes that conform getProperty()/isProperty()/hasProperty() standard? Or is there an ST4 option that allows it accessing property() instead of looking for getProperty()?
It would be nice to simply instantiate an ST template with a root context node as a parameter and let ST traverse the tree....
ANSWERAnswered 2017-Apr-27 at 15:52
Just wanted to share a solution that almost avoids duplicate work while using approach #1 from my question.
Step 1: create a model adaptor that uses reflection to call a method that does not conform getProperty()/isProperty()/hasProperty() standard.
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You can use auto-parse 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-parse 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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