|Related to : Composer fails, package needs another package in require-dev|
|composer refuses to install a package even though dependency version number is within range|
You install adityamenon/postcodes-io-laravel ~1.0, as we read in one
of the last items in the error message:
Installation request for adityamenon/postcodes-io-laravel ~1.0 ->
satisfiable by adityamenon/postcodes-io-laravel[1.0.0, 1.0.1].
This means 1.0.0 or 1.0.1 (also showed in this item). Looking at
packagist, both 1.0.0 and 1.0.1 require illuminate/support 4.2.*
(shown in the second and t
|sbt scalatest returning '0 test class found in package '''|
I had the same problem a while ago. I got a fix by running 'sbt test'
from the command line for the first go (in the project directory
After this the IntelliJ didn't have any problem in identifying the
package and ran the test.
|Composer require failed to install packages|
It seems like vendor/package2 is require in a fixed version as 2.3.2
or 2.3.* and cannot be updated to 2.4.
Generally you should try to relax the version requirements to allow
for compatible updates. Use the tilde operator for this, require the
package2 as ~2.3 (minimum 2.3, update as long as it's not the
incompatible version 3). The same applies to package1 as well: If you
need the features that
|Using Statebins package in R|
Try something like this, and perhaps it will help:
states$state <- as.character(states$state) # you already did this
statebins(state_data = states, state_col = "state", value_col =
|How to package go project for homebrew|
I have refer to termshare.rb and it seems we can simply go get and
homebrew will handle anything about GOPATH for us.
That's great and I think my problem is solved.