@/allinterledger/java-ilp-core#103 is a set of common shell scripts that can save some minutes a day while developing locally (pure shell scripts, IDE-agnostic, only gradle as dependency). I guess they can/could also be reused for continuous integration tasks.
@earizon you haven't provided input here: interledger/java-ilp-core#88
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@adrianhopebailie I completely forgot about that issue.
I would love to get involved in code development efforts and help out
anything the team is looking specifically help with?
just checked out and ran initial code build
i am getting test failures in 4 different classes; all are "InvalidKeyException"
@rizwantanoli is that with crypto-conditions?
@/all with the recent move to Hyperledger Quilt for the Java code we are going to move the chat to Hyperledger's rocket chat
¿What will be the policy followed for alpha/un-stable projects?. ¿Will they be moved "soon" to Quilt or will they stay in place until there are considered stable (version 1.0-SNAPSHOT)? I'm thinking for example about connector interfaces in https://github.com/interledger/java-ilp-connector.
@nathanawmk thanks for joining the call! sorry for all the high-level chatter, did you get some insights? any questions still?
@michielbdejong no worries and thank you very much! I dropped off because I fell asleep -- it was 12am in Singapore. :)
@adrianhopebailie don’t think I can make the quilt call today - still have a todo to approve your PR, but have been swamped. Hoping to get some free time one night this week...
I'm not on either. Stuck in traffic :(
Any things to discuss on today’s Java phone call?
Hi everyone. I'm really interested to contribute in Quilt/ILP. Could any one help me about how to configure and test Quilt/ILP in local environment and what are possibilities to make test Quilt/ILP with any distributed ledger or centralized ledger.
Actually, I'm interested in the IDE you're using. I clone the Java repo and trying to use eclipse to manage the projects. Lots of issues show up. I have fix all maven management problems in eclipse. 1. generated codes are not in the path of the project which results in compile errors; 2. eclipse m2e plugin lifecycle problems; 3. Config to ignore generated codes style check. Should I fix these problems by myself or you have a better way to manage the projects? Thanks for any suggestion.
We are planning to attend the Hyperledger Hackfest in Amsterdam at the end of the month and work with potential contributors to put together a roadmap for the project
@chuck1991 we've been using IntelliJ but nothing in the code is bound to that, there shouldn't be any IDE specific files committed to Git. I'd be interested to hear what issue you've been having so we can address them
@adrianhopebailie I agree with that no IDE specific files committed. One of the problems is generated-sources by annotation Immutable cannot be resolved by eclipse IDE.
You may need to add the folder where they are generated to your sources in Eclipse
You can also setup Eclipse to run the generation when it does a build