…but my washing machine was still washing, so I quickly put the lit on another one of the little examples I have on GitHub:
Also I played around with projects on GitHub, so I can monitor the progress on the spring cleaning.
After not being able to deploy that other project my survival instincts kicked in and I started working on the “easy” repository.
I created a Java 7 tag of the project (even thought maybe that should be a branch), updated to Java 11 und moved the tutorial and its images to GitHub, so I can maintain both the code and the documentation at the same time.
And of course, the ReadMe is mirrored on this page.
“Start slow”, I told myself. “First fix a small, easy repository. Maybe the one with the class and the exception?”
Ten minutes later I had started a enormous refactoring on one project that didn’t really need one. I even tackled the problem of “deploying to Maven Central”. Now I’ve finished the project and am ready to deploy… but for some reason I’m still getting exceptions. All clues point to the fact that I’m not at fault.
So with that being said, you can already take a look, it’s hosted on GitHub: https://github.com/slothsoft/framework-random
And the above repository is mirrored on this page as well, on this page.
The old slothsoft.de was horrible outdated. So I trashed it. I’m in the process of doing a little spring cleaning and re-adding all relevant information. If there is any. Honestly who cares how to do stuff with Java 6 any more?
I already deleted 500MB of data and half my GitHub repositories. So let’s see what survives the purge.