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From Peter Reilly <peterrei...@apache.org>
Subject Re: problem with ant under linux
Date Mon, 27 Jun 2005 17:19:20 GMT
The java stuff in Ivan's comment is correct.
However, the ant needs a little work!
The -cp not been reconized is due to an
older version of ant being installed.

This can be seen by looking at the file
/etc/ant.conf
It (re)sets the ANT_HOME env variable.

To test this please
do
ant --noconfig -version

(NOTE: the double dash and the single dash).

Peter

Ivan Ivanov wrote:

>--- Diana Steffen <steffen@clt-st.de> wrote:
>
>  
>
>>Hi Ivan,
>>
>>  > What linux distribution are you using?
>>
>>Fedora Core 3.
>>    
>>
>I really thought it was FC3.
>
>  
>
>>>Can you check the value of JAVA_HOME (echo
>>>      
>>>
>>$JAVA_HOME)
>>
>>/usr/java/jdk
>>    
>>
>This is where you have installed your own jdk.
>
>  
>
>>>and the location of java executables:
>>>      
>>>
>>/usr/bin/java
>>/usr/bin/javac
>>    
>>
>And these are GCJ executable.
>
>Now you can fix that problem by setting PATH variable
>in this way:
>export PATH=$JAVA_HOME\bin:$PATH
>Thus Sun JDK executables will be found before GCJ
>executables are found.
>
>HTH
>Ivan
>
>  
>
>>>Command line argument -cp is used (at least with
>>>      
>>>
>>Sun
>>    
>>
>>>JDK) to specify the classpath.
>>>      
>>>
>>I know, I just don't know how to interpret this in
>>ant context. :-(
>>
>>    
>>
>>>HTH
>>>Ivan
>>>
>>>
>>>--- Diana Steffen <steffen@clt-st.de> wrote:
>>>
>>>
>>>      
>>>
>>>>Hi,
>>>>
>>>>I just installed ant under linux and I set
>>>>$PATH and $ANT_HOME like they say in the manual.
>>>>$JAVA_HOME was already set.
>>>>
>>>>Unfortunately it does not seem to work,
>>>>even with an empty CLASPPATH.
>>>>        
>>>>
>>
>>    
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