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Proposal: ORM to test


I’m so sorry to disturb you, I would kindly ask you if you could test this library in your project! With the purpose of knowing my project and understanding if it can be integrated into yours! To thank you for your availability I am observing your project and giving a star

Install via composer composer require javanile/moldable

I ask you if we can help each other

Updated 17/10/2017 07:15 1 Comments

"requires 1 parameters but 0 were supplied in the @Test annotation" exception gets while running the app suite in AWS device farm


The problem

The error gets “requires 1 parameters but 0 were supplied in the @test annotation” while running the app suites in AWS device farm. How to resolve this error?


Appium version (or git revision) that exhibits the issue: 1.6.4 Mobile platform/version under test: 6.0 Real device or emulator/simulator: LG Nexus 5 Link to Appium logs

Code To Reproduce Issue [ Good To Have ]

@SeleniumTest(assertion= SeleniumTest.AssertionType.HARD, driver= SeleniumTest.DriverType.APPIUMDRIVER) @test(groups = {“LaunchApp”, “PracticeApp”, “PracticeAppSmoke”}, priority = 0) public void verifyAppInstalled(Map<String, String> map) { assertThat(appium.isAppInstalled(“”)).as(“verify app is installed”).isTrue(); }

@SeleniumTest(assertion= SeleniumTest.AssertionType.HARD, driver= SeleniumTest.DriverType.APPIUMDRIVER) @test(groups = {“LaunchApp”, “PracticeApp”, “PracticeAppSmoke”}, priority = 3) public void verifyJoinWithGoogleID(Map<String, String> map) { assertThat(landingPage.openPage().selectJoin().openPage().signUpWithEmail(“Practice Test”, “create_new”, “true”).openPage()). as(“verify join with google id”).isInstanceOf(HomePage.class); homePage.getHeader().selectRightMenu().openPage().performSignOut(); }

Updated 16/10/2017 16:47 1 Comments

CSRF framework accepts some modified tokens.


CSRF solution accepts some modified csrf_token.

Original request ``` POST /profile HTTP/1.1 Host: User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Macintosh; Intel Mac OS X 10.12; rv:56.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/56.0 Accept: text/html,application/xhtml+xml,application/xml;q=0.9,/;q=0.8 Accept-Language: en-US,en;q=0.5 Accept-Encoding: gzip, deflate Content-Type: application/x-www-form-urlencoded Content-Length: 340 Referer: Cookie: intercom-id-j1u8bznm=37a1ba04-b19a-49f4-b676-751f43f95e8e; ga=GA1.2.834310421.1508021233; gid=GA1.2.1159648555.1508021233; session=.eJwNjjuKQzEMAO_iOoUt65vLPCTLghBIILtd2Luvpx9mvu16ZLs3QxgZqKGUS1mStAiX9Y3grmoVkmPKGsjTtxjoZKReIBYrlXTRTlVwjE1bO8RUmQkRtSsyHOaYp8FRwOIHkQgL4OTepd3a-vnU9ft-7tf5SZu9pKxw-CnrWMc2dutoTqXIhAF9tL9_gm015w.DMVSNQ.CQ5eX8UQMJp7rkGA-3hMxXhS7nI; session=.eJwdj0tqBDEMRK8SvJ6FLcv6zGUayZZICCTQPbMa5u4xKajl41W9ypFnXJ_l_jifcSvH1yr3oghtOYrLWFOI15AcOLUGgpmIpvNqnWdD6hasIJ1w1ARWn0uGzBFLBAw9RkgF78J9gXtG-nKD3vp2kCcQ2w6zuzrQolq53Mq8zjwev9_xs_cs7TU5NbHZNkubm1Yyrag2UpAGOtS2uecV5-JV_l4btQGyiTmXUWnsGjV–DGUme0Wd7vP8mdSUM.DMWTbw.TI0UmuDXWdbh31jcqDbTh6DaoHE; remember_token=a548c677-c679-4b6e-ae10-b3571780ce1c|e9776925c319962eb519228e37a98a0c1332f61df59b469b877aa8eefc7629856dd361fdac8209ba8d2714cbae582ae321f744509fa9738c10e5048c110dc3ec; gat_gtag_UA_107712750_3=1 DNT: 1 Connection: close Upgrade-Insecure-Requests: 1

csrf_token=ImQ5MzBmN2Y5ZjQxYWI3ZDgxYzEzMjk2YTkwNDlhNWY4NDY1NGIyMDEi.DMWUtw.FONAW3na9xs8PXYuYUOa3GyUT6g&name=Erin+%27Admin%27+EG%22%3E%3Cimg+src%3Dx+onerror%3Dalert%28%2Fdisplay-name%2F%29%3E-&gender=Self-described&gender_self_describe=my+gender%22%3E%3Cimg+src%3Dx+onerror%3Dalert%28%2Fgender%2F%29%3E-&phone_number=&preferred_contact=email ```

The CSRF token can be modified to still accept the csrf_token:

Updated 16/10/2017 00:57

Seed.random().as_string() throws TrytesDecodeError


Executing Seed.random().as_string() and Seed.random().as_bytes() raises TrytesDecodeError.

Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "/Users/jinnerbi/.pyenv/versions/working_env/lib/python3.5/site-packages/iota/", line 147, in decode
    + (self.index[second] * len(self.index))
ValueError: byte must be in range(0, 256)

During handling of the above exception, another exception occurred:

Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "/Users/jinnerbi/Development/_projects/iota_mail/iota_mail/wallet/api/", line 55, in <module>
  File "/Users/jinnerbi/.pyenv/versions/working_env/lib/python3.5/site-packages/iota/", line 529, in as_string
    return decode(trytes, 'trytes', errors).decode('utf-8', errors)
  File "/Users/jinnerbi/.pyenv/versions/working_env/lib/python3.5/site-packages/iota/", line 165, in decode
    'input': input,
iota.codecs.TrytesDecodeError: 'trytes' codec can't decode trytes BT at position 4-5: ordinal not in range(255)

The calculation in lines exceeds the valid range for bytes.

Updated 16/10/2017 01:37 1 Comments

React 15.5+ w/ Electron breaks

Uncaught TypeError: Cannot read property 'PDFJS' of undefined
    at Object.defineProperty.value (pdf.js:13270)
    at __w_pdfjs_require__ (pdf.js:45)
    at Object._typeof (pdf.js:7416)
    at __w_pdfjs_require__ (pdf.js:45)
    at Object.defineProperty.value (pdf.js:88)
    at pdf.js:91
    at webpackUniversalModuleDefinition (pdf.js:18)
    at Object../app/node_modules/pdfjs-dist/build/pdf.js (pdf.js:25)
    at __webpack_require__ (bootstrap 53283a0…:686)
    at fn (bootstrap 53283a0…:105)

This error started occurring when we attempted to switch app to React 16, but coming from v15.4 and 1.6 of react-pdf. We boosted react-pdf to latest and even tested on React 15.5 first, but got this error still when importing Document and Page components.

Updated 15/10/2017 13:55 1 Comments

BaseMenuRenderer.encodeEnd(..) always throws IllegalArgumentException


1) Environment

  • PrimeFaces version: 6.2 (2 months old build from source)
  • Does it work on the newest released PrimeFaces version? no
  • Does it work on the newest sources in GitHub? I didn’t test it but checked the primefaces sources on github and the problem seems to be still there
  • Application server + version: JBOSS 7 eap
  • Affected browsers: all

2) Expected behavior

Should not throw IllegalArgumentException if I create a DefaultMenuModel with UIMenuItems and use it as a model for a <p:menuButton>

3) Actual behavior

The fuction BaseMenuRenderer.encodeEnd(..) always throws IllegalArgumentException regardless of function parameters. This happens because MenuModel.generateUniqueIds() uses (String)null as input parameter for seed when generating a uniqueId which causes the uniqueId to be a simple number. This number gets validated in UIComponentBase.validateId() wich in turn throws an IllegalArgumentException because the id must start with a letter or the character ‘_’.

4) Steps to reproduce

I didn’t test it with the base classes but creating a DefaultMenuModel with UIMenuItems in it and show it through ``` <p:menuButton id=“taskListRowMenubar” model=“#{bean.menuModel}”…>

``` should trigger the same problem.

5) Sample XHTML

6) Sample bean

7) Stacktrace:

java.lang.IllegalArgumentException: 0 at javax.faces.component.UIComponentBase.validateId( at javax.faces.component.UIComponentBase.setId( at at at at at javax.faces.component.UIComponentBase.encodeEnd( at javax.faces.component.UIComponent.encodeAll( at javax.faces.render.Renderer.encodeChildren( at javax.faces.render.RendererWrapper.encodeChildren( at javax.faces.component.UIComponentBase.encodeChildren( at javax.faces.component.UIComponent.encodeAll( at javax.faces.component.UIComponent.encodeAll( at javax.faces.component.UIComponent.encodeAll( at com.sun.faces.application.view.FaceletViewHandlingStrategy.renderView( at javax.faces.view.ViewDeclarationLanguageWrapper.renderView( at com.sun.faces.application.view.MultiViewHandler.renderView( at com.liferay.faces.bridge.application.internal.ViewHandlerCompatImpl.renderView( at javax.faces.application.ViewHandlerWrapper.renderView( at com.sun.faces.lifecycle.RenderResponsePhase.execute( at com.sun.faces.lifecycle.Phase.doPhase( at com.sun.faces.lifecycle.LifecycleImpl.render( …

Updated 16/10/2017 19:26 4 Comments



TypeError: Cannot read property ‘findIndex’ of undefined at /usr/local/lib/node_modules/weweb-cli/bin/weweb:191:30 TypeError: Cannot read property ‘findIndex’ of undefined at /usr/local/lib/node_modules/weweb-cli/bin/weweb:191:30 TypeError: Cannot read property ‘findIndex’ of undefined at /usr/local/lib/node_modules/weweb-cli/bin/weweb:191:30 TypeError: Cannot read property ‘findIndex’ of undefined at /usr/local/lib/node_modules/weweb-cli/bin/weweb:191:30 TypeError: Cannot read property ‘findIndex’ of undefined at /usr/local/lib/node_modules/weweb-cli/bin/weweb:191:30 TypeError: Cannot read property ‘findIndex’ of undefined at /usr/local/lib/node_modules/weweb-cli/bin/weweb:191:30 at process._tickCallback (internal/process/next_tick.js:103:7)

Updated 17/10/2017 07:18 1 Comments

Checklist - FullContact Services Agreement


@FullContact Services Agreement


  • [x] From “E-mail Addressmaltego.EmailAddress To Person
  • [x] From “Hashmaltego.Hash To Person
  • [x] From “Telephone” to Person
  • [x] From “Twitter” to ‘Person’




Account Statistics

Updated 13/10/2017 00:05



The fit_transform method applies to feature extraction objects such as CountVectorizer and TfidfTransformer. The “fit” part applies to the feature extractor itself: it determines what features it will base future transformations on. The “transform” part is what takes the data and spits some transformed data back at you.

For instance, let’s say you have a CountVectorizer Object. Well, you call fit_transform for this object on some collection of strings. What it does is tokenize the strings and give you a vector for each string, each dimension of which corresponds to the number of times a token is found in the corresponding string. Most of the entries in all of the vectors will be zero, since only the entries which correspond to tokens found in that specific string will have positive values, but the vector is as long as the total number of tokens for the whole corpus.

So, fit_transform has both determined which tokens it will count, and how they correspond to entries in the count vector. It also gives you the count vectors for the training data.

From now on, you can just call transform() for that CountVectorizer object, and it will give you the counts of the tokens found in the training data that are also found in the new (test) data. This gives you data of the same shape to pass on to your classifier (after using a TfidfTransformer).

Similarly, the TfidfTransformer is fit to the document frequency for the training corpus and determines tfidf values for later data based on that.

TL;DR: The fit_transform function calibrates your measurement so that training data and test data have a similar shape.

Updated 12/10/2017 14:45

wrapped doc lines starting with numbers get turned into lists.


I’ve got a doc comment that looks like this:

{-| Find an appropriate sample size for benchmarking. This should be much
greater than the clock resolution (5µs in the browser) to make sure we get good

We do this by starting at sample size 1. If that doesn't pass our threshold, we
multiply by [the golden ratio]( and
try again until we get a large enough sample.

In addition, we want the sample size to be more-or-less the same across runs,
despite small differences in measured fit. We do this by rounding to the nearest
order of magnitude. So, for example, if the sample size is 1234 we round to
1000. If it's 8800, we round to 9000.

findSampleSize : Benchmark -> Task Error Int
findSampleSize benchmark =

I wrap my doc lines to 80 columns. elm-format takes that last line and turns it into a numbered list, like this:

order of magnitude. So, for example, if the sample size is 1234 we round to

1.  If it's 8800, we round to 9000.

I got around this for now by adding commas to my numbers (which really should be there anyway for readability) but it seems like this may be a bug?


Using elm-format@0.7.0-exp

Updated 16/10/2017 18:25 5 Comments

Weird pager signal

POCSAG1200: Address:  108608  Function: 3  Alpha:   @BOw0120ss<EOT><NUL>
POCSAG1200: Address:   23978  Function: 3  Alpha:   @BOw10<EOT><NUL>
POCSAG1200: Address:  139592  Function: 3  Alpha:   @BOw0120ss<EOT><NUL>
POCSAG1200: Address:   67855  Function: 3  Alpha:   @BOw15<EOT><NUL>
POCSAG1200: Address:  104382  Function: 3  Alpha:   @BOw0120ss<EOT><NUL>
POCSAG1200: Address: 2054287  Function: 1  Alpha:    <SOH>r<ACK><FS><LF><FS><STX>oePrpE)s/CQ2f=/D#IW/FXJ"ZUEc<US>x!=_ss7l<CAN>oeo'<SOH>HR%Nxoe:<h$WkC<BS><VT>Y<GS>hb-@DzAE22#1AG_`<ACK>h;"6*<DC1>w$oaOPsHAE"k=f<DC4>y<ETB>f<ESC>R'valOECTF4o0$<ETB><GS>2IC<SI><CAN>_ssJM>ssQK<DEL>qzew)<BS><EOT>
POCSAG1200: Address: 2056159  Function: 2  Alpha:    <SOH>f<ENQ><SO>eg<SI>VE<SI><EM><SYN>'Oe<DC1>7ZZP<SI>__E`<ENQ>OEi>4EBg__OEg$xx')`7<ACK>RY<SUB>j93,6%oe<FF><DLE>`l,<GS>k"v<FS><SO>k!`oL^<EOT><DC3>HK(<ENQ>#<NAK><DLE>+48/!xx4h<EOT><ENQ>MV<US><SUB>AE<STX>aeSd<SI>>oevPS5OE@G<EOT>1__<ENQ>X>fP<HT>^3-xoe<SYN><DEL>oe)&lQ<SO>OXUE<EOT>
POCSAG1200: Address: 1605136  Function: 3  Alpha:   D<7JfNBM
POCSAG1200: Address: 1605135  Function: 3  Alpha:   DV-K6RAEM
POCSAG1200: Address: 1605137  Function: 3  Alpha:   D^<ESC>Iv<LF><BS>N
POCSAG1200: Address: 1605131  Function: 3  Alpha:   D<DC1>ZK<SO><EOT>OEN
POCSAG1200: Address: 1605133  Function: 3  Alpha:   D)aeH<SO><SI>&@
POCSAG1200: Address: 1605138  Function: 3  Alpha:   D<GS>#Kn4aeA
POCSAG1200: Address: 1605132  Function: 3  Alpha:   Dc<DC2>Hn<DEL>`B
POCSAG1200: Address: 2089536  Function: 3  Alpha:   @BLl10<EOT><NUL>
POCSAG1200: Address:  111786  Function: 3  Alpha:   @BOw0120ss<EOT><NUL>
POCSAG1200: Address:   48380  Function: 3  Alpha:   @BOw0120ss<EOT><NUL>
POCSAG1200: Address:  142343  Function: 3  Alpha:   @BMe10<EOT><NUL>
POCSAG1200: Address:   23979  Function: 3  Alpha:   @BOw10<EOT><NUL>
POCSAG1200: Address:   79213  Function: 3  Alpha:   @BOw0120ss<EOT><NUL>
POCSAG1200: Address:  172600  Function: 3  Alpha:   @BOw10<EOT><NUL>
POCSAG1200: Address:  144588  Function: 3  Alpha:   @BOw01:0ss<EOT><NUL>
POCSAG1200: Address:   31712  Function: 3  Alpha:   @BOw15<EOT><NUL>
POCSAG1200: Address:  155085  Function: 3  Alpha:   @BOw0120ss<EOT><NUL>
POCSAG1200: Address:   46809  Function: 3  Alpha:   @BOw0120ss<EOT><NUL>
POCSAG1200: Address:   70331  Function: 3  Alpha:   @BOw0120ss<EOT><NUL>
POCSAG1200: Address:   16895  Function: 3  Alpha:   @BOw0120ss<EOT><NUL>
POCSAG1200: Address:  122785  Function: 3  Alpha:   @BOw0120ss<EOT><NUL>
POCSAG1200: Address:   87754  Function: 3  Alpha:   @BJZ0120ss<EOT><NUL>
POCSAG1200: Address:  136362  Function: 3  Alpha:   @BOw15<EOT><NUL>

used this command: ``` multimon-ng -t raw -a POCSAG512 -a POCSAG1200 -a POCSAG2400 -f alpha -


Updated 16/10/2017 00:23

Unknown installation status in managed-edition


Ich habe die managed-edition Version 4.4.6 und das bundle installiert. In der composer.json kam dazu: "minimum-stability": "dev", "prefer-stable": true,

Dies führt dazu, dass der Contao Manager den Error 500 Unknown installation status wirft. Deinstalliere ich das bundle läuft er tip top. Contao selbst läuft aber stabil weiter - mit oder ohne bundle.

Server: FreeBSD 10.3 mit PHP 7.1

Updated 11/10/2017 15:07 3 Comments

GC is not defined error


I think they recently patched this, I’m getting the following:

Uncaught ReferenceError: GC is not defined at <anonymous>:3:3


Uncaught TypeError: Cannot read property ‘app’ of undefined at playFakeGame (<anonymous>:13:31) at <anonymous>:1:1

Updated 17/10/2017 08:05 3 Comments

Add sliders for each individual year


Per Scott/Myron:

further they would like to manipulate each year (so a slider for each year) from 2019 through 2025 for all three variables. They don’t need the ability to type in a number so perhaps that saves room as you just need sliders.

We discussed that that is a lot of sliders 7 for each of 3 variables but that is what they would like if possible; We talked about could we align the sliders in “columns” so that each “row” is a year - that way you are selecting your % change in FTE, Tuition, and State Approps for each year and then you move down to the next row and do the same for that year and so on.

Updated 12/10/2017 22:11 3 Comments

add refcounted global config


Provides global configuration support at top level access locations using as a pattern provider.

replaces static configuration parsing support for gobally refcounted objects representing parsed configuration that are lazy initialized. This means we only read from disk once, and can mock config in memory for testing purposes.

  • [ ] write tests
  • [ ] swap any config double-read calls in the lower depths of our libraries for GlobalObject access
Updated 10/10/2017 19:04 2 Comments



Find -> In Session says 2 matches but when Next clicked says NOT FOUND

Updated 09/10/2017 21:50 1 Comments

Some of the new textures are purple


Original Ticket: MC-181 by plasmacross

So from 12w32 to minecraft 1.4.2 pre realese i still have this issue. almost all the new textures in minecraft 1.4 are purple. I have even looked in the minecraft.jar file, and all the textures are there. But in the game the textures like The command block, the anvil, flower pots and so on, are purple. But the new mobs like the witches and the bats are normal.

EDIT: Im not using a Texture Pack if anyone wants to know. Its default minecraft

Updated 09/10/2017 18:45

RFE: Better integration with Linux desktop


Original Ticket: MC-174 by elad

There are few things that can be done (and can be easily done) to improve integration of Minecraft with the Linux desktop.

h3. Launcher Distribution - Package Management At the moment, the Minecraft Linux launcher is distributed as a jar file. It is worth considering packing said jar file in [rpm|] and [deb|] to ease installation of Minecraft on Linux systems.

h4. Benefits of Package Management * Package files include a list of dependencies, thus you can make sure users won’t have to install Java manually to play Minecraft on Linux – The package manager will install it for them * Packages are installable globally, for all users of the system. Thus, if the system is shared by more than one user, they would only need to download and install Minecraft once. * Packages can be automatically updated using the system’s native update manager. Having official Mojang repositories for rpm and deb packages will allow updating the launcher automatically for Linux users should the need to update the launcher ever arise

h3. Desktop File – ie. A Menu Icon to Start Minecraft This is not needed on windows, where double clicking on an exe file will launch it. But in Linux, a jar file will be opened with the system’s default archive manager.

In order to add a usable menu icon, one should create a [desktop file|] which include meta-data such as path to icon file (if Minecraft will ever be packaged as deb or rpm, such icon should be installed in /usr/share/icons/hicolor/256x256/icon-name-here.png), tags for search, application name, executable path and parameters.

Having a desktop file that’ll put itself in the applications menu (system wide: /usr/share/applications or per-user: ~/.local/share/applications) will make it easier for novice Linux users to actually start Minecraft.

h3. I can help I know Linux has never been a high priority platform for Mojang, and I know your time is valuable. Therefore, if you want to implement my suggestion, I can make the desktop file and the rpm spec file for you (for free), as well as give you pointers on how to create software repository.

Updated 09/10/2017 18:44

SERVER isssu


Original Ticket: MC-170 by jac1011

Put the summary of the bug you’re having here

What I expected to happen was…: A more simple server making programe

What actually happened was…: Impossible to make server(really hard)

Steps to Reproduce: 1. activate a .exe 2. name it 3. put the rules

Updated 09/10/2017 18:44

SIGSEGV on exit


Original Ticket: MC-146 by shjohnson.pi

On exit minecraft prints out an error (in terminal) of SIGSEGV. This generates a *.log file with more information. These log files pile up each time I play, so it’d be nice if it didn’t crash.

What I expect: Minecraft exits gracefully

What does happen: {noformat} $ java -jar ~/Games/Minecraft/minecraft.jar 27 achievements 208 recipes Setting user: <removed> LWJGL Version: 2.4.2

Starting up SoundSystem… Initializing LWJGL OpenAL (The LWJGL binding of OpenAL. For more information, see OpenAL initialized.


SoundSystem shutting down… Author: Paul Lamb,


A fatal error has been detected by the Java Runtime Environment:


SIGSEGV (0xb) at pc=0x00007fb29789ec58, pid=20185, tid=140405235873536


JRE version: 6.0_24-b24

Java VM: OpenJDK 64-Bit Server VM (20.0-b12 mixed mode linux-amd64 compressed oops)

Derivative: IcedTea6 1.11.4

Distribution: Ubuntu 12.04 LTS, package 6b24-1.11.4-1ubuntu0.12.04.1

Problematic frame:

C [] XQueryExtension+0x28


An error report file with more information is saved as:



If you would like to submit a bug report, please include

instructions how to reproduce the bug and visit:

# Aborted (core dumped) {noformat}

Steps to reproduce:

Start minecraft via terminal.

java -jar path/to/minecraft.jar


Exit minecraft (Exit button or top X button)

Observe crash text and new *.log file

Original Attachments:

<img src=“” width=“240” height=“135”>

Updated 09/10/2017 18:43

Blocks frequently reappear after having been mined


Original Ticket: MC-121 by smithsonj

I usually play on a server, and I’ve noted that the latency is not always that great. VERY often, when I mine blocks, they will reappear a few seconds later. Sometimes after another few seconds they will disappear. Sometimes I have to mine them again to really get rid of them.

I am pretty sure this has to do with a high latency connection to the server because I’ve noticed it gets worse when my connection has higher latency.

Updated 09/10/2017 18:41

Spawn Mob with Stripped metadata crashes the client


Original Ticket: MC-106 by nuxas

The client is sensitive to missing metadata in packets sent from the server.

A typical example is to strip out the metadata and only send the metadata structure with 0 keys.

Also adding extra values, leaving the existing ones there too does crash the client too. Example in the second attachment, there I added the int value of 123 to the key 73.

Original Attachments:

<img src=“” width=“240” height=“135”> <img src=“” width=“240” height=“135”>

Updated 09/10/2017 18:41

If you break a block underneath you with efficiency tools of any kind sometimes you will get stuck in a block.


Original Ticket: MC-76 by sonic2kk

  1. I will provide video proof if necessary to show you this this problem was not fixed. It was fixed for one snapshot but then it broke again and i still get stuck in blocks.

How to make it happen -

Step 1 - Pillar up 20 blocks

Step 2 - Break under yourself with an efficiency IV and Unbreaking III Pick

Step 3 - You should be stuck in the air gliching about

For any videos that I have seen it has not been happening to them and i have made sure im on the same version as them.

Thank you for your time and please fix this soon

Updated 09/10/2017 18:29

Run-time exception on start up (java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError: org/lwjgl/LWJGLException)


Original Ticket: MC-53 by yoshisisland

***NOTE: normal minecraft runs just fine..

{code} Exception in thread “main” java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError: org/lwjgl/LWJGLExcept ion at java.lang.Class.getDeclaredMethods0(Native Method) at java.lang.Class.privateGetDeclaredMethods(Unknown Source) at java.lang.Class.getMethod0(Unknown Source) at java.lang.Class.getMethod(Unknown Source) at sun.launcher.LauncherHelper.getMainMethod(Unknown Source) at sun.launcher.LauncherHelper.checkAndLoadMain(Unknown Source) Caused by: java.lang.ClassNotFoundException: org.lwjgl.LWJGLException at$ Source) at$ Source) at Method) at Source) at java.lang.ClassLoader.loadClass(Unknown Source) at sun.misc.Launcher$AppClassLoader.loadClass(Unknown Source) at java.lang.ClassLoader.loadClass(Unknown Source) … 6 more {code}

Updated 09/10/2017 18:29

Pick Block with Mushroom blocks


Original Ticket: MC-12 by twiice13

When using the pick block button on a HUGEMUSHROOM block, (Like item id 99 and 100) you only get a mushroom. In creative this is very frustrating, Im using a texture pack that uses the data values for these blocks to have extra blocks. Can you guys change it so you receive the actual block with the same damage when you pick block a mushroom?

(Eg: 99:7 or 100:5 etc)

Updated 09/10/2017 18:24

quantum tank and item pipe crash


Issue description:

quantumstorage’s quantum tank and a logistical transporter pipe with a pull connection crashes the server on every atempt to load

Steps to reproduce: quantum tank down any type of logistical transporter attached to it 3.change connection with the configurator until pull mode

Version (make sure you are on the latest version before reporting):

Forge: Mekanism: Other relevant version: minecraft 1.12.1 - QuantumStorage 4.4.2

If a (crash)log is relevant for this issue, link it here: (It’s almost always relevant)


Updated 09/10/2017 17:14 1 Comments

Not starting as a service

-- The start-up result is done.
Oct 09 11:43:16 ip-172-31-91-45 emqttd[8727]: Starting up
Oct 09 11:43:33 ip-172-31-91-45 su[8391]: pam_unix(su:session): session closed for user emqtt
Oct 09 11:43:33 ip-172-31-91-45 systemd[1]: emqttd.service: Control process exited, code=exited status=1
Oct 09 11:43:33 ip-172-31-91-45 systemd[1]: Failed to start LSB: Erlang MQTT Broker.
-- Subject: Unit emqttd.service has failed
-- Defined-By: systemd
-- Support:
-- Unit emqttd.service has failed.
-- The result is failed.
Oct 09 11:43:33 ip-172-31-91-45 systemd[1]: emqttd.service: Unit entered failed state.
Oct 09 11:43:33 ip-172-31-91-45 systemd[1]: emqttd.service: Failed with result 'exit-code'.
Oct 09 11:43:33 ip-172-31-91-45 sudo[8286]: pam_unix(sudo:session): session closed for user root
Updated 09/10/2017 15:20 2 Comments

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