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# getting-started
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n
there's a
Getting started
link you might try
r
ooh that. I meant more generally though.
Is there a database of magic strings?
n
depends on where it's hosted. https://search.maven.org/ (MavenCentral) is usually a good bet, but JetBrains likes to host things on bintray
r
how do you know where something is hosted?
Could not find org.jetbrains.exposed:exposed-core:0.29.1.
guess I'm missing something
n
probably the
repositories
line from the Exposed wiki I linked earlier
normally it's in the README, or linked from there
r
hmm ok
Kotlin is super hard to use
n
you literally just click the Getting Started link and follow the directions for your build system
r
I don't even know what my build system is
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n
alright, from that perspective, yes this is complicated ­čÖé but it's not Kotlin, it's uh...well, Gradle really
r
I'll figure it out. Ta.
I've never touched java or kotlin before, so everything is new.
n
if you have build.gradle, it's Gradle. if you have build.gradle.kts, it's still Gradle, but the Kotlin flavor. if neither, you don't have one
and if you don't have one, easiest way to get started is to ask IntelliJ to set it up for you, something like this
r
yeah its build.gradle.kts
I'm so behind on this project, oh well
n
r
yeah... doesn't work. I'll play around though