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大家可自助测试，启动测试请修改 utils --> config.js 下各项配置：.
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I want to use Gatling in my Scala 3 / sbt Project.
The problem is that Gatling packages its library without Version-Postfix. So I think you have the same problem for any Scala library that does that.
I tried a few things, for example:
Adding the dependency according to the documentation:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Dec-31 at 15:26
Not sure why but gatling-test-framework is not published with the version postfix as you said.
This means that you don't need/can't use the
for3Use2_13 as there is no 2.13 version nor 3 version: there's just a single version without postfix.
Looking at its dependencies, version 3.7.2 targets Scala 2.13: https://mvnrepository.com/artifact/io.gatling/gatling-test-framework/3.7.2. As Scala 3 is compatible with Scala 2.13, it should be just fine with your first attempt.
Not sure where the conflict with quicklens comes from but if it comes from Gatling dependency, you can probably exclude the
_2.13 version from Gatling (or even globally) as you are pulling the
_3 version yourself:
I'm having trouble using XElement to parse multiple elements through an XUnit XML file and return the value.
Here is the XML File...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Nov-20 at 22:35
Your code has a couple problems:
elements are not direct children of the root element, so
xelement.Elements().Where(e => e.Name.LocalName == "test")does not select anything. You need to descend deeper into the hierarchy, e.g. with
The message text is contained in an indirect child element of the
failure/message. You need to select this element to get the message.
Putting those two points together, your code should look like:
I'm getting an error when attempting to compile Haskell tests using test-framework on Windows.Steps to reproduce
Create a new library using Stack:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Nov-20 at 14:21
I assume, given when you posted this question, you are using LTS 18.17. Looking at that LTS, it uses mintty 0.1.3. Looking in mintty 0.1.3's cabal file shows a special flag that is enabled by default that means that
System.Console.MinTTY.Win32 is not included. The comments in that cabal file say that that flag should be used when using Win32 184.108.40.206 or newer.
However, when I look at LTS 18's configuration in Stackage, I can see that it is using Win32 220.127.116.11, so that flag ought to be set to false for this package to work.
So let's check that in the Stackage build constraints. I see that another flag is being set, and it seems to be an old flag that is no longer used (looks like it was used in an older 0.1.2 version). This must be the problem.
The solution: manually set the flag in your stack.yaml:
I'm trying to compile a new Haskell project with Stack, but I'm getting this error message:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-18 at 17:44
The error is not about the version, that is just a warning. The real error is about a missing "regex.h" header for the underlying C library. That header is almost always present on posix platforms (like linux), but not on Windows. See https://github.com/haskell-hvr/regex-posix/issues/4
Particularly this comment by Paul Johnson:
Correction to the above: you don't need mingw64. You just need to install with the _regex-posix-clib flag enabled (note the underscore).
With plain cabal: cabal install regex-posix -f _regex-posix-clib
In Stack, add the following to your stack.yaml:
I'm experimenting with my first foray into libraries. I am trying to compile the Unity testing framework to a static library using
gcc -c -fPIC -std=c99 -Wall -Wextra -pedantic -Werror -Wmissing-declarations -DUNITY_SUPPORT_64 test-framework/unity.c -o bin/libunity.o
This runs just fine.
However when I then try to use that object file:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-01 at 16:29
This should work:
Let's say I'm running JMeter using pure Java. In particular, I am running JMeter using the cucumber technique roughly described here: https://automationcalling.com/2019/04/22/performance-test-framework-cucumberjmetertestng/
I pull in JMeter using the jmeter maven plugin. Then I run a TestNG cucumber test that runs JMeter.
Here is a very rough code snippet of how I am running JMeter:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-May-14 at 00:45
Figured it out by reading the JMeter.java class for the nonGUI path. There is something called
Summariser. You can use it easily.
I'm writing unit-tests to test file-IO functions. There's no formalized test-framework in my target language, so my idea is to run a little test program that somehow manipulates files in a test-directory, and after that checks the results in a little shell script.
To evaluate the output, I want to check a given directory whether all expected files are there and no other files have been created during the test.
My first attempt goes like this:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-May-11 at 22:44
I don't know what you mean by differentiating between files and directories since your last
if statement is somehow binary. Here's what worked for me:
I have been trying to setup kotest in a kotlin multiplatform project.
On the kotest starting guide it says to add this dependency to
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Feb-25 at 22:53
It appears that kotest does not yet support the Kotlin compiler's IR backend for JS. This is kotest issue 2037. If you configure the LEGACY compiler backend for your JS multiplatform settings, it should work.
Kotest's Quick Start documentation does actually cover multiplatform configuration when you select the rightmost tab ("Multiplatform") in each section.
These are the relevant sections from a
build.gradle.kts script which uses kotest with the IR backend on JVM along with the LEGACY backend on JS:
Hi I have am using the solr dockerfile and adding a .jar file with it and creating the docker image.
This is the .jar file I have been trying to add into my docker image...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Oct-15 at 13:07
You can copy the jar file into the docker image when you're building it.
In an IHP project, I tried adding
default.nix as described in https://ihp.digitallyinduced.com/Guide/recipes.html#making-a-http-request but I get
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Oct-11 at 09:03
This is a known issue. To fix the RSA package that causes the build failure, create a file
Config/nix/haskell-packages/RSA.nix and paste in the following content:
No vulnerabilities reported
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