eric guo

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Thanks for your quick reply.

It makes sense to me now. In the Serverless box of the picture, everything seems independent (except many components are depending on the database). I'd like to read more about serverless now.

Thanks
Eric
Hi Slobodan Stojanovic & Aleksandar Simovic,

Currently, I am trying to learn microservices and node.js. I googled a bit about the serverless vs microservices and got confused. I'd like to hear from you experts about what the differences between these two.

thanks a lot
If I compare the local master version with local workspace one. No visible changes can be found. But a line is highlighted.
I see. Sometimes there are invisible changes in the local file (I am using Eclipse Mars with EGit 4.0.0 in windows 7). Any ideas about why it happens? Sorry this is not related to the original question. I always get conflicts because of that.
I've been using SVN for years. With Revert function in SVN, I can easily discard any local changes. Is there an easy way to do so in Git? Or any Eclipse plug-in can do that? Thanks.
Hi Campbell,

Thank you for your reply. I've tried to refactor the initComponents to smaller size sub-methods. and it works fine. however, the root cause of this problem may like what Scott said, and yes, there are tons of components added in one container. it is not easy to rewrite the whole thing.

Thank you all again for your help.

Eric
15 years ago
Hi,

I have a UI class regenerated by NetBean 5.5. the "regenerated" means I cannot simply refactor the code. Basically, the problem is one method called initComponents() has 6000 lines. so the compiler shows a "code too large" error, which is because of the 64K size limit of one method in JVM, I believe.
My question is if there is a way to compile this code without defactoring it.

Thanks.
15 years ago