This bug has been fixed for Ant 1.8.1. I downloaded junit-3.8.2 from sourceforge and copied junit.jar to /lib in the uncompressed ant-1.7.0 source and ran build.sh again. If you have written something bigger than a 'simple plugin' to Ant it may be better to add the link to projects.html. de> Date: 2008-01-16 6:40:47 Message-ID: EF39D77A486C234B9D9933091CE6D21E020F8943 () z011034 ! my review here
Build Ant and provide the path to additional libraries build -lib path-to-dir-containing-junitjar But speaking for JUnit: it is part of the source: http://svn.apache.org/repos/asf/ant/core/trunk/lib/optional/Jan > -----Ursprüngliche Nachricht----- > Von: Kevin Tomasek How do I deal with the javadoc vulnerability CVE-2013-1571 Answers Where do I find the latest version of this document? The problem is amplified by the fact that each installed version has a shared_bundle symlink in it. Here is the previous example done using
Advanced Issues Is there a DTD that I can use to validate my build files? I'm currently working on understanding the code going through the developer guide. > > You mention that I can get code from CVS. does any one have any idea what little thing that i am missing? i have done the following: > > setenv CLASSPATH /tmp/jars > > setenv CLASSPATH /tmp/jars/junit.jar > > > > where junit.jar is 'ln -s /tmp/jars/junit-4.4-src.jar junit.jar' . > > /tmp/jars/junit-4.4-src.jar is
You may also use an absolute file: protocol URI.) In combination with a DTD, this would look like this: ]> Warning: skipping jar archive /private/tmp/tmp8qGrFN-buildout-ant/apache-ant-1.7.0/build/lib/ant-jdepend.jar because no files were included. ant failed to build my program via javac even when I put the needed jars in an external build.properties file and reference them by pathelement or classpath refid. Is there any setup document for someone like me to get started in setting up the dev.
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does any one have any idea what little thing that i am missing? ca [Download message RAW] Hi Peter and Steve. For batch files, use something like:
The example above would become:
If the condition holds true you want to echo "yes". The build > went through without a problem. Env. get redirected here These tasks don't ignore your classpath setting, you are facing a common problem with delegating classloaders.
The full traceback below. Ant's distribution contains file names that are longer than 100 characters, which is not supported by the standard tar file format. When Apache Ant forks a new process for example by using the
Use priority code J8TLD2. > http://ad.doubleclick.net/clk;198757673;13503038;p?http://java.sun.com/javaone > _______________________________________________ > Tm4j-users mailing list > [email protected] >
A version of this problem may be seen on some linux systems. Regards Sagara -- http://linuxfromscratch.org/mailman/listinfo/blfs-support FAQ: http://www.linuxfromscratch.org/blfs/faq.html Unsubscribe: See the above information page Thread at a glance: Previous Message by Date: Re: JUnit and Apache Ant issues -----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE----- Hash: Ant versions after Ant 1.7.1 will detect the infinite loop they are in, but the resulting fileset may still be too big to deal with, in particular if you have many a License: entry containing the type of license for the tool/task The preferred format for this information is a patch to this document.
There are a couple of solutions available: Put the same condition on each of the dependent targets. Cheers Kal On Thu, Apr 10, 2008 at 10:46 PM, Suhas R. Hurry, offer ends at 11:59 p.m., > Monday, April 7! http://ibuildsystem.com/we-cannot/we-cannot-always-build-the-future-for-our-youth-meaning.php I am getting the following traceback when building.
In order to find out which files should be compiled, Ant compares the timestamps of the source files to those of the resulting .class files. If you are using a different version of tar (for example, the one shipping with Solaris), you cannot use it to extract the archive. Small + c library = good thing in my book. Why doesn't (X)Emacs/vi/MacOS X's project builder correctly parse the error messages generated by Ant?
extension-point doesn't work with import like the documentation states. If you want to avoid to
setup issues From: Suhas R. Just type the command directly on the command line and if Windows finds it, Ant should do it too. (Otherwise ask on the user mailinglist for help.) If Windows can not The file that is reported as missing is in the source tree (in the directory src/org/tm4j/ant/test/). How can I delete everything beneath a particular directory, preserving the directory itself?
The solution is to either install GNU tar, which can be found here, or use the zip archive instead (you can extract it using jar xf). Starting with Ant 1.8.0 the text " more" has been added to the set of lines that will be filtered out from stacktraces if the filtertrace attribute has been set. I tried compiling the code via the command line (using build.bat). remove the dependancy from the build.xml file the second one works, of course.
In a 2nd run, only these failed tests should run. The possible solutions depend on the version of Ant you use, see the next sections.