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From Carl Schumann <schum...@fnal.gov>
Subject cvs problems with ant 1.5 on Windows XP
Date Wed, 25 Sep 2002 18:38:05 GMT
Hello,

I am using a build.xml with a target to do a cvs update.  When I invoke
this target I get an exception that I am not sure how to address.  If
anyone could comment on this exception, I would appreciate it.

The line with the exception follows, the complete ant output is given at
the end of this email:
>       [cvs] Caught exception: CreateProcess: cvs -q update -d gov error=2

What I have learned to this point:
1. When I run ant on a UNIX system with this same build.xml file there
is no exception.
2. When I run ant on this same Windows XP host for a target, e.g.,
clean, that does not use cvs there is no exception.
3. Other cvs commands, e.g., status, also fail with the same
CreateProcess and error=2 symptoms.
4. CreateProcess is apparently a Windows API, which leads me to the
conclusion that perhaps this execption is being thrown from within the
JVM.  I am not sure what to do with that information and have been able
to determine what error=2 is supposed to mean.  Perhaps I do not have
something configured correctly?

Thanks,
Carl Schumann







> Microsoft Windows XP [Version 5.1.2600]
> (C) Copyright 1985-2001 Microsoft Corp.
> 
> Z:\>cd new_controls\cvs_working
> 
> Z:\new_controls\cvs_working>ant.bat -v cvs_update
> Apache Ant version 1.5 compiled on July 9 2002
> Buildfile: build.xml
> Detected Java version: 1.4 in: C:\j2sdk1.4.1\jre
> Detected OS: Windows XP
> parsing buildfile build.xml with URI = file:Z:/new_controls/cvs_working/build.xm
> l
> Project base dir set to: Z:\new_controls\cvs_working
>  [property] Loading Z:\new_controls\cvs_working\.controls.properties
>  [property] Unable to find property file: Z:\new_controls\cvs_working\.controls.
> properties
>  [property] Loading C:\Documents and Settings\schumann\.controls.properties
>  [property] Unable to find property file: C:\Documents and Settings\schumann\.co
> ntrols.properties
> Property ${classpath} has not been set
> Build sequence for target `cvs_update' is [cvs_update]
> Complete build sequence is [cvs_update, govjars, build_all_java, build_all_rmic,
>  gov_copy, gov_jar, sign_gov_jar, build_notifyexternals, build_split_jars, build
> _all, update_and_build_all, timestamp, cvsdiff, prepare, main, retag_cvs, cvslog
> , javadoc_check, build_updated_version, clean_split_jars, cvsreadydiff, build_rm
> ic, javadocs, build_jar, build, govtree_jar, cvs_checkout, clean, update_version
> , update_version_nightly, D44WebStartJar, cvsnotreadydiff, patch_version]
> 
> cvs_update:
>      [echo] cvs update gov to Z:\new_controls\cvs_working
>       [cvs] Executing 'cvs' with arguments:
>       [cvs] '-q'
>       [cvs] 'update'
>       [cvs] '-d'
>       [cvs] 'gov'
>       [cvs]
>       [cvs] The ' characters around the executable and arguments are
>       [cvs] not part of the command.
>       [cvs] Caught exception: CreateProcess: cvs -q update -d gov error=2
>      [echo] cvs update jars to Z:\new_controls\cvs_working
>       [cvs] Executing 'cvs' with arguments:
>       [cvs] '-q'
>       [cvs] 'update'
>       [cvs] 'jars'
>       [cvs]
>       [cvs] The ' characters around the executable and arguments are
>       [cvs] not part of the command.
>       [cvs] Caught exception: CreateProcess: cvs -q update jars error=2
>      [echo] cvs update AppsRunFiles to Z:\new_controls\cvs_working
>       [cvs] Executing 'cvs' with arguments:
>       [cvs] '-q'
>       [cvs] 'update'
>       [cvs] 'AppsRunFiles'
>       [cvs]
>       [cvs] The ' characters around the executable and arguments are
>       [cvs] not part of the command.
>       [cvs] Caught exception: CreateProcess: cvs -q update AppsRunFiles error=2
> 
> BUILD SUCCESSFUL
> Total time: 1 second
> Z:\new_controls\cvs_working>

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