I've heard Ryan use "because" a few times times this past week, like: "[the colander is] empty [of] noodles because mommy ate them" and "isss cold because you put it in ruhfrigrator."
Teaching him how to ask "what's this?" seemed to work out quite successfully. Now that he knows what "because" means, I'm super excited to encourage him to start up a never-ending, incessant stream of "why"s.
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The Eclipse Android ADT plugin hard-codes paths for the AndroidManifest.xml file, the res directory and the gen directory. If you migrate an Android project to the new Gradle project structure, it will stop working in Eclipse. You can work around this by creating symbolic links from the new Gradle layout to the old locations expected by ADT. For example, from the root of your project, if you have a
android directory, you can run these commands:
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optimizeWar = true in
gradle-gae-plugin will cause it to run
fatJar which expand all of your dependency
.jar files into .class files and then re-combine them all into a single
appengine.jar file. Depending on what you have in your
dependencies block, this can sometimes cause:
Running a simple
build.gradle file with
sourceCompatibility = 1.6 with Oracle's JDK 1.7
apply plugin: 'java'
sourceCompatibility = 1.6
will cause this warning to be emitted by the JVM:
[A conversation inspired by Ryan saying something slightly incorrect during breakfast]
ME: ... for example, I can say "what are you eating?"
ME: Then you say, "I'm eating oatmeal."
RYAN: I'm eating oatmeal.
ME: That's right, let's try again!