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From "Res Pons" <pon...@hotmail.com>
Subject Re: Odd Behavior
Date Thu, 04 Jan 2007 18:00:05 GMT
Thanks for this info. It would definitely come handy should I decide to go 
with CC.  I find the CC's documentation somewhat outdated. There's no 
main/lib folder any longer, etc.  I need to subscribe to their forums.  I 
believe Steven mentioned he's using luntbuild, I am reading about it today.

----Original Message Follows----
From: Alasdair Young <ayoung@vigilos.com>
Reply-To: "Ant Users List" <user@ant.apache.org>
To: Ant Users List <user@ant.apache.org>
Subject: Re: Odd Behavior
Date: Wed, 03 Jan 2007 12:29:58 -0800

Fixed it. (I spent 2 hours on this, and just after I hit send, I realise
that there was one more place to check :)

cruise control has a cruisecontrol/lib directory with ant.jar in it. You
need to ensure that ant.jar, ant-junit.jar and junit.jar are all the
right versions and are all present in this directory.

- alasdair

Alasdair Young wrote:
 > I'm currently attempting to set up cruise control just now and I agree
 > with the high maintainance aspect. My plan once I am finished is to
 > publish some step-by-step instrctions on getting subversion, CC, ant and
 > junit all working nicely together under FC6.
 >
 > I have an issue right now where, if I run "ant -f cc-build.xml" (this
 > downloads my source from svn, then calls the build script in another
 > directory) from the command line, everything works, but if I have cruise
 > control try, it gives me:
 >
 >
 >> BUILD FAILED
 >> /root/cruise/cruisecontrol-bin-2.5/projects/builds/cc-build.xml:15:
 >> The following error occurred while executing this line:
 >> 
/root/cruise/cruisecontrol-bin-2.5/projects/builds/checkout/src/java/build.xml:45:
 >> Could not create task or type of type: junit.
 >>
 >> Ant could not find the task or a class this task relies upon.
 >>
 >> This is common and has a number of causes; the usual
 >> solutions are to read the manual pages then download and
 >> install needed JAR files, or fix the build file:
 >>  - You have misspelt 'junit'.
 >>    Fix: check your spelling.
 >>  - The task needs an external JAR file to execute
 >>      and this is not found at the right place in the classpath.
 >>    Fix: check the documentation for dependencies.
 >>    Fix: declare the task.
 >>  - The task is an Ant optional task and the JAR file and/or libraries
 >>      implementing the functionality were not found at the time you
 >>      yourself built your installation of Ant from the Ant sources.
 >>    Fix: Look in the ANT_HOME/lib for the 'ant-' JAR corresponding to the
 >>      task and make sure it contains more than merely a
 >> META-INF/MANIFEST.MF.
 >>      If all it contains is the manifest, then rebuild Ant with the 
needed
 >>      libraries present in ${ant.home}/lib/optional/ , or alternatively,
 >>      download a pre-built release version from apache.org
 >>  - The build file was written for a later version of Ant
 >>    Fix: upgrade to at least the latest release version of Ant
 >>  - The task is not an Ant core or optional task
 >>      and needs to be declared using <taskdef>.
 >>  - You are attempting to use a task defined using
 >>     <presetdef> or <macrodef> but have spelt wrong or not
 >>    defined it at the point of use
 >>
 >> Remember that for JAR files to be visible to Ant tasks implemented
 >> in ANT_HOME/lib, the files must be in the same directory or on the
 >> classpath
 >>
 >> Please neither file bug reports on this problem, nor email the
 >> Ant mailing lists, until all of these causes have been explored,
 >> as this is not an Ant bug.
 >>
 >
 > I have checked every item in the list that was given. My $ANT_HOME
 > definately has both ant-junit.jat and junit.jar in the lib directory. I
 > am able to run junit tests via ant from the command line, butfor some
 > reason when I run it through cruise control, I get this error.
 >
 > Does anyone have an idea where I can look?
 >
 > I appreciate this isn't cruise-control-users, but clearly people try to
 > use CC and ant together.
 >
 > This is frustrating as I feel I am so close, yet I'm stumped.
 >
 > Also: will ant ever ship with things like subversion support, junit
 > support, ssh/scp support as standard so that many of these issues can be
 > avoided?
 >
 > Kind regards,
 >
 > - alasdair
 >
 >
 >
 >
 > Steve Loughran wrote:
 >
 >> Res Pons wrote:
 >>
 >>> Thanks for your reply.  I was using AnthillOS for a while but I gave
 >>> up in frustration.  It's a kiddy tool for starters but very easy to
 >>> use, however, the developers of it were so agonizingly slow to
 >>> implement features, I gave up.  Now I'm reading on CruiseControl.  I
 >>> read a bit about Maven but it seems to complicated and I'm a
 >>> build/release engineer -  I found it an overkill.  But CC seems to be
 >>> nice and up my alley.
 >>>
 >>>
 >> We find CC a bit high-maintenance; I've been using luntbuild for a
 >> while and am fairly happy with it.
 >>
 >>
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