Felipe Windmoller wrote:In this book, is written that the first step to do a top-down migration is:
1. Place all projects on the module path.
Which are true statements about terminal operations in a stream that runs successfully?
Ross Becker wrote:-What does JPMS stand for?
-Where is the module path specified in Windows 10? In Windows 11?
-If I'm using an IDE like JGrasp or Netbeans, how do you 'require the automatic module'?
Can someone reply back with an example of Java source code using the requires keyword, correctly, to make this all absolutely clear, please?
Ross Becker wrote:One person says here that I can import non-module classes and interfaces, and another one seems to say that you can't. Which one is right?
Ross Becker wrote:Say in Java OpenJDK 19, is it possible to just import a non-module class in a .jar file on the classpath just the same as before?
Lou Hamers wrote:Yeah I feel like NetBeans is behind the times with their architecture being so dependent on Ant stuff.
Cris Marinescu wrote:In Maven -> Lifecycle -> test, these are the steps I'm doing.