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From Gary Tully <>
Subject Re: Building Activemq on Mac
Date Thu, 25 Jul 2013 08:55:04 GMT
after a build there is a distro in assembly/target. eg:

extract one of those and you have an activemq-install-dir

On 25 July 2013 01:59, mikehzt <> wrote:
> Thanks Tim, I proceeded with the build using the command "mvn clean install
> -Dmaven.test.skip=true" and the environment variable "MAVEN_OPTS=-Xmx512M"
> set. ActiveMQ built successfully, at least according to the maven output,
> however there were warnings in the build log and one error. The
> documentation on the ActiveMQ site indicates when you build you should go
> into the [activemq-install-dir] and enter bin/activemq to run. After my
> build, I had no [activemq-install-dir]. I do have an build.log
> <>
> [activemq-install-dir]/assembly/src/realease/bin directory and
> [activemq-install-dir]/assembly/src/release/(linux-x86-32/linux-x86-64/macosx)/bin
> directories which each have an activemq file in them which are script files.
> Running any of these does not bring up ActiveMQ. FYI, I did download a
> binary distribution which runs just fine and does have the activemq script
> in the top level bin directory. When I try running the bin/activemq file I
> get the following error:
> ERROR: /Users/mhtbk/ASF/actmq...../assembly/src/release/bin/activemq.jar
> does not exist
> I uploaded my build.log file which contains an example of each warning I
> received, the error I received and the successful build message I received
> after building.
> Can you offer any help?
> Thanks much
> Mike
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