Separation Studio 2.2.4 WORK
To point3:If I understand correctly, you could write comma in anchor point input box on cocos studio 2.2.5, but I test it on cocos studio 2.2.1, 2.2.4, 2.2.5 and it is impossible, anchor point input box only can be inputted number, why you could write comma? Do you download cocos from -x.org/download?
Separation Studio 2.2.4
With this new behavior, the Java and Java Library plugins both honor the separation of compile and runtime scopes. This means that the compilation classpath only includes compile-scoped dependencies, while the runtime classpath adds the runtime-scoped dependencies as well. This is particularly useful if you develop and publish Java libraries with Gradle where the separation between api and implementation dependencies is reflected in the published scopes.
As of April 2020, development and distribution of the OpenStudioApplication and the SketchUp plugin have transitioned to the OpenStudio Coalition, who is independently managing and distributing the software through its own openstudiocoalition/OpenStudioApplication repository. The OpenStudio SDK is continuing to be actively developed and distributed by NREL and is released two times per year, through a spring and a fall release.
OpenStudio SDK now comes with Ruby 2.7.2 (#4207) which provides many improvements over the previous version, v2.5.5, such as pattern matching, REPL improvement, compaction GC, separation of positional and keyword arguments, and security related improvements.
This new major release is bringing a lot of changes not the least of which is the separation of the OpenStudioApplication as well as some API breaking changes.Only critical bug-fixes will be implemented in the LTS branch and no new features will be developed. The supported EnergyPlus version will remain 9.2.0 in the LTS branch. We encourage users to transition to the 3.x version of OpenStudio.
The modules folder is structured in sub-hierarchies by grouping modules due to their functionality. There is a dedicated group cmd-tools for command line tools and functional groups like ecommerce. Since the introduction of application-oriented workspaces, the groups for these applications (cae, studio, ...) are mostly redundant, but kept for structural similarity to previous releases of CoreMedia Content Cloud. The same holds true for the group named shared, whose modules now are in most cases part of one of the two shared workspaces. The remaining two groups extension-config and extensions are required for the extensions functionality of CoreMedia Blueprint workspace.
The intention is to prevent the spread of fire from an allotment boundary (fire source feature) to a Class 1 building via a Class 10a building. Where a Class 10a building is not sited directly and wholly between the allotment boundary and the Class 1 building (see Figure 188.8.131.52 diagrams f. to i.), the potential of fire spreading from the allotment boundary to the Class 1 still exists. Therefore fire separation would be required. 041b061a72