but the thing is, the PR I would like to merge into main is failing by the error above. Could you give me some instruction that how can I get the green check mark at Mac OSX
If you merge latest main, there should be a green check mark at Mac os x -- we improved the GitHub Actions Workflow a bit...
:point_up: Edit: If you are sure your pull-request will not fix the issue or only partly fix the issue, you can still create a pull-request and comment and describe what works and what does not work, then link the PR to the issue and then leave it open in the hopes of somebody trying to improve your PR or alternatively you can immediately close the PR. (If you have no hope that somebody will continue your work in the short future, closing is the better choice).
That way, if somebody else wants to fix this issue, they still have the chance to have a look at your PR and see what has been tried and what works/does not work and they will see where the code is located at.
hello, working on #9153 (Sort on timestamp should be maintained after closing and reopening a library) (could not unfortunately start working on it sooner because of health reasons, sorry).
I'm having trouble understanding the issue becuase for me, the timestamp sort doesn't work BEFORE closing and reopening, either. Is that my fault or the state of the app now?
options > preferences > entry tableand add "modificationdate" or "creationdate" to the maintable. Then you can left-click on the column "modificationdate" and thereby sort
To all: We reworked the setup guidelines one week ago. We also added some checks in the steps so that "errors" are catched early.
Please walk though https://devdocs.jabref.org/getting-into-the-code/guidelines-for-setting-up-a-local-workspace again
Error: jdk.internal.org.objectweb.asm.MethodTooLargeException: Method too large: jdk/internal/module/SystemModules$all.moduleDescriptors ()[Ljava/lang/module/ModuleDescriptor; jdk.internal.org.objectweb.asm.MethodTooLargeException: Method too large: jdk/internal/module/SystemModules$all.moduleDescriptors ()[Ljava/lang/module/ModuleDescriptor;
Abbreviationclass has not been imported here - I have not modified the code at all before discovering this, and the latest changes have been applied. Is it correct to assume it was intended like this? If not, then is it okay to fix the error and import the