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From Paul Hammant <Paul_Hamm...@yahoo.com>
Subject Re: Status of Excalibur build
Date Thu, 18 Apr 2002 06:55:09 GMT

depchecker should be making a suggestion for each failing buildable 
element.  Typically a rename of ant.properties.sample to ant.properties 
is the first step in a cure....  

- Paul

>Currently, if you run 'ant clean' followed by 'ant'. You get lots of
>depchecker failures.
>(At least I do). Looking at the root build.xml file, I do not see how
>this could have been
>working for anyone as the subprojects are not being built in the correct
>order. (jar task)
>See the mega-jar task for the correct order. Also can't these be combined?
>Running 'ant mega-jar' kind of works, but it still has several
>depchecker problems. I
>have attempted to get these cleaned up.
>Currently when the depchecker fails to find a file, it prints a message
>and then continues
>with the build. This results in the root build succeeding when there
>were several
>projects that were not actually build. It seems like the build should
>fail when a jar is
>In the default.properties file in the root, all of the subproject home
>directories are
>pointing to the dist subdirectories. This causes the build to look for
>the jars there
>by default. The problem is that the jars are not being placed in those
>by the individual builds. Rather they are being placed in the build/lib
>I set the properties in my home/.ant.properties file, but the defaults,
>or the subproject
>builds should probably be updated.
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