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From Marshall_Dan...@emc.com
Subject RE: Ant Junit issues - CLASSPATH
Date Thu, 18 Dec 2008 20:23:59 GMT
Thank you Mark I will take a look. I caught and fixed the folder issue
but It still is not finding the class. 

-Dan 

-----Original Message-----
From: Mark Salter [mailto:marksalter@talktalk.net] 
Sent: Thursday, December 18, 2008 2:00 PM
To: Ant Users List
Subject: Re: Ant Junit issues - CLASSPATH

Marshall_Daniel@emc.com wrote:
> Sure I can give you some of it. It looks like its dropping my source
> paths but I don't know why.
It is dropping directories called:-

   C:\Build\build\src\com\emc\elms\keygen
   C:\Build\build\src\com\emc\elms\test
   C:\Build\build\src\com\emc\elms\keygen
   C:\Build\build\src\com\emc\elms\test
   C:\Build\build\src\com\emc\elms\keygen
   C:\Build\build\src\com\emc\elms\test
   C:\Build\build\src\com\emc\elms\keygen
   C:\Build\build\src\com\emc\elms\test

as they do not exist?  You are compiling your src files into
c:\Build\build\classes, so you may find that c:\Build\build\src does not
exist on your machine?

I think your classpath for junit need only be :-

  <classpath>
	 <pathelement location="${classes.dir}"/>
 </classpath>

as that is where javac is placing your class files?  I assuming you are
compiling the EMCLmcryptKeyGeneratorTest.java into classes.dir?

If a class is called com.emc.elms.test.EMCLmcryptKeyGeneratorTest

then this class file might be found somewhere like:-

c:\Build
   \build
     \classes     	
       \com
	 \emc
	   \elms
	     \test\EMCEMCLmcryptKeyGeneratorTest.class

To find this class, the java classpath would be :-

 <classpath>
	 <pathelement location="c:\Build\build\classes"/>
 </classpath>

So in summary...

- you are specifying too deep a level of directory.
	Do a search for +java +classpath, I got :-
	      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Classpath_(Java)
	Which also decribes class file placement relative to the
	 classpath folder
- you are specifying src directories when perhaps only the classes ones
   are needed.

-- 
Mark

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