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From Andrus Adamchik <>
Subject Re: can't modify relationships in validateForUpdate()?
Date Fri, 01 Dec 2006 10:59:06 GMT
Yeah, the current build produces jars similar to the old cayenne- 
nodeps.jar, so you'll have to include dependencies manually (which  
may not be a bad thing).

Alternatively (if you are looking for the bug fixes, but can wait  
with the new features), you can build the 2.0 branch which is stable,  
contains Apache package names, and still uses Ant: 


On Nov 28, 2006, at 11:26 PM, Kevin Menard wrote:
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: Bryan Lewis []
>> Sent: Tuesday, November 28, 2006 2:01 PM
>> To:
>> Subject: Re: can't modify relationships in validateForUpdate()?
>> I got close, I think.  I installed maven and checked out the source
> from
>> svn, and got it to almost build.  (After commenting out the
>> "cayenne-osx" line of assembly/pom.xml.  Sensible?)  After 28 minutes
> of
>> churning :-)  it produced a few jars like
>> cayenne-jdk1.4-3.0-incubating-SNAPSHOT.jar, but none of them look  
>> like
>> the good old cayenne.jar; they don't include externals such as log4j
> for
>> example.  I'm probably missing some step.
> Hmm . . . the cayenne-osx stuff has been disabled for about a week  
> now,
> so you shouldn't have had to do anything manually there.  It also
> shouldn't have taken 28 min.  Granted, that will depend on your  
> machine,
> but a fresh compile takes about 8.5 min. for me.  Follow-up compiles
> take about 3 min.
> The build process, unfortunately, hasn't been updated yet to build
> packed JARs.  So, the easiest way to use Cayenne 3.0 for the time  
> being
> is to "mvn install" Cayenne and then add a dependency to your POM,
> providing your project uses Maven 2.  If not, you'll need to manually
> provide the dependencies for the time being.
> -- 
> Kevin

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