The @Streaming declaration doesn't mean you're watching a Netflix file. It means that instead of moving the entire file into memory, it'll pass along the bytes right away. But be careful, if you're adding the @Streaming declaration and continue to use the code above, Android will trigger a android.os.NetworkOnMainThreadException.
This example is for android_m2repository_r16, but you may see thissame error message for a different version such asandroid_m2repository_r18 or android_m2repository_r25.
Delete the contents of the version folder. Be sure to remove the.zip file as well as the content and embeddedsubdirectories within this folder. For the example error messageshown above, the files and subdirectories shown in this screenshot(content, embedded, and android_m2repository_r16.zip)are to be deleted:
Note that it is important to delete the entire contents of thisfolder. Although this folder may initially contain the "missing"android_m2repository_r16.zip file, this file may have beenpartially downloaded or corrupted.
In most cases, these steps will resolve the build error and allow youto continue. If deleting this library does not resolve the build error,you must manually download and install the android_m2repository_r_nn_.zipfile as described in the next section.
If you have tried using the automatic recovery steps above and stillhave build errors, you can manually download theandroid_m2repository_r_nn_.zip file (using a web browser) andinstall it according to the following steps. This procedure is alsouseful if you do not have internet access on your development computerbut you are able to download the archive using a different computer.
If the m2repository archive is not shown in this table, you can createthe download URL by prepending -ssl.google.com/android/repository/ tothe name of the m2repository to download. For example,use -ssl.google.com/android/repository/android\_m2repository\_r_nn_.zipto download android_m2repository_r_nn_.zip.
Rename the file to the corresponding MD5 hash of the download URLas shown in the above table. For example, if you downloadedandroid_m2repository_r25.zip, rename it to0B3F1796C97C707339FB13AE8507AF50.zip. If the MD5 hash for thedownload URL of the downloaded file is not shown in the table, youcan use an online MD5 generator toconvert the URL to an MD5 hash string.
If this procedure does not resolve the build error, you mustmanually download the android_m2repository_r_nn_.zip file,unzip it, and install its contents as described in the next section.
The fully manual process for recovering from m2repository errors entailsdownloading the android_m2repository_r_nn_.zip file (using a web browser),unzipping it, and copying its contents to the support librarydirectory on your computer. In the following example, we'll recoverfrom this error message:
In the versioned library directory that you purged in step 1,re-create the content and embedded subdirectories. Forexample, the following screenshot illustrates content andembedded subdirectories being created in the 188.8.131.52 folderfor android_m2repository_r25.zip:
In the extracted .zip directory, browse tom2repository\com\android\support\support-v4 and open the folder correspondingthe version number created above (in this example, 23.1.1):
Unzip the contents of any extracted .aar files to the embeddeddirectory. On Windows, append a .zip extension to the .aarfile, open it, and copy the contents to the embedded directory.On macOS, unzip the .aar file by using the unzip command inthe Terminal (for example, unzip file.aar).
This page describes how to create your deployment package as a .zip file or Jar file, and then use the deployment package to deploy your function code to AWS Lambda using the AWS Command Line Interface (AWS CLI).
To create a deployment package, compile your function code and dependencies into a single .zip file or Java Archive (JAR) file. For Gradle, use the Zip build type. For Apache Maven, use the Maven Shade plugin.
The following example script runs a Gradle build and uploads the deployment package that it creates. It creates an AWS CloudFormation stack the first time you run it. If the stack already exists, the script updates it.
Creating a zip archive for a single file is very easy, we need to create a ZipOutputStream object from the FileOutputStream object of destination file. Then we add a new ZipEntry to the ZipOutputStream and use FileInputStream to read the source file to ZipOutputStream object. Once we are done writing, we need to close ZipEntry and release all the resources.
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Artifacts allow you to persist data after a job has completed, and share that data with another job in the same workflow. An artifact is a file or collection of files produced during a workflow run. For example, you can use artifacts to save your build and test output after a workflow run has ended.All actions and workflows called within a run have write access to that run's artifacts.
This example shows you how to create a workflow for a Node.js project that builds the code in the src directory and runs the tests in the tests directory. You can assume that running npm test produces a code coverage report named code-coverage.html stored in the output/test/ directory.
You can define a custom retention period for individual artifacts created by a workflow. When using a workflow to create a new artifact, you can use retention-days with the upload-artifact action. This example demonstrates how to set a custom retention period of 5 days for the artifact named my-artifact:
ZArchiver lets you view archive contents on select formats without uncompressing, and you can create your own password-protected archives as well if you want to. The app also includes support for split archives, although this is not available for many file formats.
If you would rather not use the Windows installation file, we provide an alternative version of the calculator setup package as a simple Winzip self-extracting file. It contains the same files as Calculator.msi, and installs them in the same place, but the Winzip version of the calculator setup package does not create desktop and start menu shortcuts, and does not allow for uninstallation from the Control Panel.
Install the calculator by expanding Anypia.dmg, which will create a disk image on your computer. Then run the Anypia.app program inside the disk image, which will prompt you to select a folder where you want the calculator installed. A folder called Benefit Calculator will be created in the folder you select. It contains 31 files: Anypia, 29 sample files, and a readme file (readme.txt). Start the calculator by double-clicking on Anypia.