If you’re having trouble getting Fili to compile, or the tests to run, here are some things you might try.
Maven often picks up the wrong version of Java. If you run
mvn --version you’ll see that it probably says that the
Java version isn’t 1.8 but is 1.7, or some even earlier version. This is problematic, since Fili requires Java v1.8!
To remedy this, you need to make sure you have the
JAVA_HOME environment variable exported. To export this variable,
put the following line in your
export JAVA_HOME=`/usr/libexec/java_home -v 1.8`
Note: This assumes you have Java v1.8 installed
Additionally, to work with
yahoo.bintray.com/maven, the repo to which Fili’s artifacts are published, you need to copy
the settings.xml file into `~/.m2/
The easiest way to run tests on a Mac is to use in memory dimension backend and key value store:
mvn -Dtest__dimension_backend=memory -Dtest__key_value_store_tests=memory clean test
In general this should not be needed, since memory-backed dimensions are the default for test cases, but there may be instances where non-memory-backed-dimensions are attempting to be used, and you may be lacking a needed external dependency like Redis.