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From Berin Loritsch <blorit...@apache.org>
Subject Re: Compiling Fortress
Date Tue, 10 Jun 2003 12:40:39 GMT
david.gray@hic.gov.au wrote:
> 
> I am attempting to compile Fortress, however I am getting the following
> problem:
> 
> 
>>checkJUnit:
>>
>>checkRequiredClass:
>>
>>checkRequiredClass.fail:
>>
>>compile-test:
>>       [echo] jUnit classpath is "D:\Program
> 
> Files\jakarta-ant-1.5\lib\junit.jar"
> 
>>      [javac] Compiling 38 source files to D:
> 
> \JavaDevelopment\avalon-excalibur\fortress\build\testclasses
> 
>>      [javac] D:
> 
> \JavaDevelopment\avalon-excalibur\fortress\build\testsrc\org\apache\avalon\fortress\test\RoleEntryTestCase.java:52:
>  cannot resolve symbol
> 
>>      [javac] symbol  : class TestCase
>>      [javac] location: package framework
>>      [javac] import junit.framework.TestCase;
>>      [javac]                        ^
> 
> 
> (I modified the build script to report the value of the property with a
> little echo)
> 
> However, I also notice that the compile-test target refers to 2 classpath
> refids test.class.path and build.path. The path test.class.path contains a
> reference to junit.jar. Even got into cross-checking between the various
> parts of the build script (which in itself was most informative).
> 
> A perusal of the mailing list archive did not reveal any problem although
> some have had some fun getting the compile to work.
> 
> Any thoughts on what I am doing wrong? The question is where does everyone
> else have their junit.jar located?

ANT needs the JUnit JAR in its classpath to get the TestCases run.  Most
of us have already put it in our ANT distribution.


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