wish of those help It might be just me, but here is how I use log.Fatal. As per UNIX conventions, a process which encounters an error should fail as early as possible with a non-zero exit code. This lead me to the following guidelines to use log.Fatal when… …an error happens in any of my func init(), as these happen when the imports are processed or before the main func is called, respectively. Conversely, I only do stuff not directly affecting the unit of work the library or cmd is supposed to do. For example, I set up logging and check wether we have a sane environment and parameters. No need to run main if we have invalid flags, right? And if we can not give proper feedback, we should tell this early. …an error happens of which I know is irrecoverable. Let's assume we have a program which creates a thumbnail of an image file given on the command line. If this file does not exist or is unreadable because of insufficient permissions, there is no reason to continue and this error can not be recovered from. So we adhere to the conventions and fail. …an error occurs during a process which might not be reversible. This is kind of a soft definition, I know. Let me illustrate that. Let's assume we have an implementation of cp, and it was started to be non-interactive and recursively copy a directory. Now, let's assume we encounter a file in the target directory which has the same name (but different content) as a file to be copied there. Since we can not ask the user to decide what to do and we can not copy this file, we have a problem. Because the user will assume that the source and the target directories are exact copies when we finish with exit code zero, we can not simply skip the file in question. However, we can not simply overwrite it, since this might potentially destroy information. This is a situation we can not recover from per explicit request by the user, and so I'd use log.Fatal to explain the situation, hereby obeying the principle to fail as early as possible.
I wish did fix the issue. Based on the error, which is when get_method_id(JNIEnv_*, _jclass*, char const*, char const*, bool, Thread*) is called via env->GetMethodID(), your jclass variable animal is null. The FindClass call is failing because it cannot locate the class "Animal".
I hope this helps you . I'm not sure what plain go get -v -d gets you but you should specify the package(s) that you want to install. So what you should do is something like this: $go get github.com/moul/http2curl
Git Clone Fails - fatal: The remote end hung up unexpectedly. fatal: early EOF fatal: index-pack failed
Hope this helps If you have an alternative option to clone on http, run any of the below commands in gitbash and try to clone the repository, it should work. git config --global http.postBuffer 524288000 git config --global http.postBuffer 1048576000