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zhangtke
zhangtke commented Jun 16, 2019

【mybatis-spring-boot-starter版本2.0.0】

2019-06-16 18:39:31.709 WARN 41972 --- [ restartedMain] t.m.s.mapper.ClassPathMapperScanner : Skipping MapperFactoryBean with name '' and '....***' mapperInterface. Bean already defined with the same name!

警报如上,我只在application.yml里配置了mybatis.base-packages,其他地方没有配置。
这个问题我之前就发现了,但是因为不影响使用,所以没有特别在意,但是现在出现了新的提示让我不得不重新面对这个问题。

*新提示

tstivers1990
tstivers1990 commented Dec 9, 2016

As the title says, it would be ideal if the route finder avoided critical/EOL wormholes. Perhaps this could be a setting, although I feel it should be the default setting if it is. Sometimes you find a route in one static, and the route finder will keep giving you that one because it's shorter, even though one of the holes may now be EOL or critical. When there might be another route that's longer

sauln
sauln commented Apr 7, 2019

It would be nice to have clear guides for how to build, test, and PR each package. These instructions could include:

  • How to install from source,
  • how to test,
  • how to build and check the documentation,
  • how to submit a pull request and ask for a review.

Kepler Mapper has a small instruction doc, this should be replicated, expanded, and standardized across each package.

bull
fborriello
fborriello commented Mar 23, 2020

Description
Is there a better and efficient way to perform the same operations the application does? Can the algorithms be improved to reduce resource usage and increase the performances?
Well, this is your occasion to start (or continue) your collaboration on the project adding your added value!
BULL wants you!

Ideal solution
The ideal solution:

  • improves the existing algorithms

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