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Probably depends on the OS and the particular implementation of find.

You might try something like:



Guy
9 years ago
My guess is that you want to implement a TriggerListener, and provide an appropriate vetoJobExecution method to enforce the behaviour you want. See:

Quartz Tutorial Lesson 7

Guy

Originally posted by Paul Sturrock:
I'm looking into a replacement SCM for our company.....



At least consider one of the up and coming distributed systems: git, hg, or bzr.

Might start here:

revision control

Guy
[ December 03, 2008: Message edited by: Guy Allard ]
6.0.14 does not.

You might take a look at JSTL Intro to get started.

Or other places. That may be old.

Guy
[ April 10, 2008: Message edited by: Guy Allard ]
10 years ago
Here is gory stuff on Fibonacci numbers.

Yes, there is a pattern to even and odd numbers.

As written, I think that code will produce erroneous results for any value of n, such that:



Try it with just n == 11, and check the result by hand. The fix for that seems to be:

10 years ago
I lived in Orlando Florida in 2004.

There were a few hurricanes, and some people were without electricity for 4-6 weeks.

The necessity is to be able to obtain, preserve, and cook food without juice.

Guy
10 years ago
I feel the MVC(MVC2) pattern is ubiquitous.

It is even applicable to mainframe batch work.

You apply the pattern.

Guy
10 years ago

Originally posted by Joe Ess:


..... Gutsy is unusable on my hardware.



Curious? What hardware is not compatible?

Guy
10 years ago

Originally posted by Gregg Bolinger:


And that is who I'd like to hear from. I keep thinking I am missing something. Maybe Maven fans can tell me what that is.




Did not say I was a Maven fan. Just that many use it.

Poke around at Apache, and look at the build systems being used. I just spent 3 minutes there and see:

. Active MQ
. Geronimo
. MyFaces

and surely there are more. Look at the developers' mailing lists, I imagine they have discussed it.

Guy
10 years ago
I have used both. Stick with Ant. It is the better of the two. Maven is opaque, Ant is clear.

Having said that, I know a lot of people in the real world will disagree: many large open source projects are using Maven.

Guy
10 years ago
I have never used pscp either.

Can you tell us or better show us what happens when you try a pscp command?

Have you tried that -scp option?

Guy
10 years ago
Today I was trying to show someone a little about several different languages.

Looking for examples, I ran across this PERL, which I thought was hilarious.

10 years ago
The way I interpret that is:



but I think you will really want:

10 years ago
Assuming you want to create different log files for code in different Java packages, this is fairly easy. You only need one log4j configuration file.

Here is an example that should get you started. Watch what is commented out, this is a cut and paste of current config.



Guy
[ November 17, 2007: Message edited by: Guy Allard ]
Do you like non-science fiction stuff?

When I saw the 1K+ pages I immediately thought of Michener.

And he has many that are strictly < 1K but push it pretty hard.

Like history? If so, there is a huge amount of material available .

Guy
[ November 15, 2007: Message edited by: Guy Allard ]
10 years ago