Download Root Cache Zip
The huggingface_hub library provides functions to download files from the repositoriesstored on the Hub. You can use these functions independently or integrate them into yourown library, making it more convenient for your users to interact with the Hub. Thisguide will show you how to:
Download Root cache zip
The returned filepath is a pointer to the HF local cache. Therefore, it is important to not modify the file to avoidhaving a corrupted cache. If you are interested in getting to know more about how files are cached, please refer to ourcaching guide.
By default, the latest version from the main branch is downloaded. However, in some cases you want to download a fileat a particular version (e.g. from a specific branch, a PR, a tag or a commit hash).To do so, use the revision parameter:
snapshot_download() downloads an entire repository at a given revision. It uses internally hf_hub_download() whichmeans all downloaded files are also cached on your local disk. Downloads are made concurrently to speed-up the process.
The recommended (and default) way to download files from the Hub is to use the cache-system.You can define your cache location by setting cache_dir parameter (both in hf_hub_download() and snapshot_download()).
However, in some cases you want to download files and move them to a specific folder. This is useful to get a workflowcloser to what git commands offer. You can do that using the local_dir and local_dir_use_symlinks parameters:
If your android studio is open, close it then reopen it. A newer Gradle version will be downloaded, it will take time depending on your internet speed, the download size is around 150-200 MB before extraction so if android studio takes a long time to refresh just know its downloading. (To check the download progress right click on the new gradle folder, go to properties and check the size).
There are Following Steps to solve this issue.1. Go to C:\Users\ User Name \.gradle\wrapper\dists. 2. Delete all the files and folders from dists folder.3. If Android Studio is Opened then Close any opened project and Reopen the project. The Android Studio Will automatic download all the required files.
(The required time is as per your Internet Speed (Download Size will be about "89 MB"). To see the progress of the downloading Go to C:\Users\ User Name \.gradle\wrapper\dists folder and check the size of the folder.)
This was the best solution for me, just follow this path C:\Users\yourusername.gradle\wrapper\dists then delete all the files inside this folder. Close your android studio and restart it and it will automatically download the updated gradle files.
Taking a cue from @Mikel Yang, I found out that instead of deleting the /.gradle/wrapper/dists/ folder (which will means downloading the gradle files for different apps on my Android Studio), I decided to change the gradle.wrapper.properties file to any latest gradle --all.zip. So
A module path should describe both what the module does and where to find it.Typically, a module path consists of a repository root path, a directory withinthe repository (usually empty), and a major version suffix (only for majorversion 2 or higher).
If a module might be depended on by other modules, these rules must be followedso that the go command can find and download the module. There are alsoseveral lexical restrictions on characters allowed inmodule paths.
For each entry in the GOPROXY list, the go command requests the latestversion of each module path that might provide the package (that is, each prefixof the package path). For each successfully requested module path, the gocommand will download the module at the latest version and check whether themodule contains the requested package. If one or more modules contain therequested package, the module with the longest path is used. If one or moremodules are found but none contain the requested package, an error isreported. If no modules are found, the go command tries the next entry in theGOPROXY list. If no entries are left, an error is reported.
A module is defined by a UTF-8 encoded text file named go.mod in its rootdirectory. The go.mod file is line-oriented. Each line holds a singledirective, made up of a keyword followed by arguments. For example:
If the module path appears in a require directive and is not replaced, orif the module paths appears on the right side of a replace directive,the go command may need to download modules with that path, and someadditional requirements must be satisfied.
If the path on the right side of the arrow is an absolute or relative path(beginning with ./ or ../), it is interpreted as the local file path to thereplacement module root directory, which must contain a go.mod file. Thereplacement version must be omitted in this case.
The version v4.1.2+incompatible refers to the semantic versiontag v4.1.2 in the repository that provides themodule example.com/m. The module must be in the repository root directory(that is, the repository root path must also beexample.com/m), and a go.mod file must not be present. The module may haveversions with lower major version numbers like v1.5.2, and the go commandmay upgrade automatically to v4.1.2+incompatible from those versions (seeminimal version selection (MVS) for informationon how upgrades work).
Most go commands may run in Module-aware mode or GOPATH mode. Inmodule-aware mode, the go command uses go.mod files to find versioneddependencies, and it typically loads packages out of the modulecache, downloading modules if they are missing. In GOPATHmode, the go command ignores modules; it looks in vendordirectories and in GOPATH to find dependencies.
In module-aware mode, GOPATH no longer defines the meaning of imports during abuild, but it still stores downloaded dependencies (in GOPATH/pkg/mod; seeModule cache) and installed commands (in GOPATH/bin, unlessGOBIN is set).
When using modules, the go command typically satisfies dependencies bydownloading modules from their sources into the module cache, then loadingpackages from those downloaded copies. Vendoring may be used to allowinteroperation with older versions of Go, or to ensure that all files used for abuild are stored in a single file tree.
When vendoring is enabled, build commands like go build andgo test load packages from the vendor directory instead of accessing thenetwork or the local module cache. The go list -m command onlyprints information about modules listed in go.mod. go mod commands such asgo mod download and go mod tidy do notwork differently when vendoring is enabled and will still download modules andaccess the module cache. go get also does not work differently whenvendoring is enabled.
The first step is to determine which modules to update. go get accepts a listof packages, package patterns, and module paths as arguments. If a packageargument is specified, go get updates the module that provides the package.If a package pattern is specified (for example, all or a path with a ...wildcard), go get expands the pattern to a set of packages, then updates themodules that provide the packages. If an argument names a module but not apackage (for example, the module golang.org/x/net has no package in its rootdirectory), go get will update the module but will not build a package. If noarguments are specified, go get acts as if . were specified (the package inthe current directory); this may be used together with the -u flag to updatemodules that provide imported packages.
The go install command builds and installs the packages named by the pathson the command line. Executables (main packages) are installed to thedirectory named by the GOBIN environment variable, which defaults to$GOPATH/bin or $HOME/go/bin if the GOPATH environment variable is not set.Executables in $GOROOT are installed in $GOROOT/bin or $GOTOOLDIR insteadof $GOBIN. Non-executable packages are built and cached but not installed.
The go mod download command downloads the named modules into the modulecache. Arguments can be module paths or modulepatterns selecting dependencies of the main module or versionqueries of the form path@version. With no arguments,download applies to all dependencies of the main module.
The go command will automatically download modules as needed during ordinaryexecution. The go mod download command is useful mainly for pre-filling themodule cache or for loading data to be served by a moduleproxy.
When vendoring is enabled, the go command will load packages from the vendordirectory instead of downloading modules from their sources into the modulecache and using packages those downloaded copies. See Vendoringfor more information.
The -o flag (added in Go 1.18) causes go mod vendor to output the vendortree at the specified directory instead of vendor. The argument can be eitheran absolute path or a path relative to the module root.
go mod verify checks that dependencies of the main modulestored in the module cache have not been modified sincethey were downloaded. To perform this check, go mod verify hashes eachdownloaded module .zip file and extracted directory, thencompares those hashes with a hash recorded when the module was firstdownloaded. go mod verify checks each module in the buildlist (which may be printed with go list -m all).
In contrast, go mod verify checks that module .zip files and their extracteddirectories have hashes that match hashes recorded in the module cache when theywere first downloaded. This is useful for detecting changes to files in themodule cache after a module has been downloaded and verified. go mod verifydoes not download content for modules not in the cache, and it does not usego.sum files to verify module content. However, go mod verify may downloadgo.mod files in order to perform minimal versionselection. It will use go.sum to verify thosefiles, and it may add go.sum entries for missing hashes.
The -modcacherw flag (accepted by go build andother module-aware commands) causes new directories in the module cache tobe writable. To pass -modcacherw to all module-aware commands, add it to theGOFLAGS variable. GOFLAGS may be set in the environment or with go env -w. Forexample, the command below sets it permanently: 041b061a72