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From Keith Visco <>
Subject Re: When, or where is latest development release?
Date Mon, 15 Nov 1999 23:15:47 GMT

You are not required to download all the support packages, just
remove (or rename the class so that is does not have ".java") the XSL processor and XML parser
wrapper classes for packages you do not have.


Simon McClenahan wrote:

> I'm replying to this new list instead of the Working Dogs list, hope that's OK ...
> I downloaded and installed GNU's CVS, and I've followed the concept of AnonCVS outlined
at . Having not used CVS before, I briefly RTFM'd and managed
to get some sort of listing, but I could not find Cocoon. Can someone give me some basic CVS
commands to be able to grab the current Cocoon source as anoncvs?
> I then discovered the Daily Archives at . So I got
the latest version and did a make, but I got a bunch of "Package X not found in import" errors
for all the parsers and xslt processors and the ecmascript interpreter. So this means that
I am required to download all of these packages to be able to compile Cocoon! Is there a definitive
list of required packages? Can I assume that Cocoon2 will use Xerces/Xalan in the distribution,
and/or SAX, and not the individual packages mentioned?
> Speaking of Cocoon2, where, and when? It was said that there would be a working version
by the end of the year, what are the chances of someone getting something working within the
next week or two? I'm just asking, not trying to pressure anyone or seem ungrateful.
> cheers,
>     Simon
> -------------------------------------------
> From: "Donald Ball" <>
> Date: Tue, 9 Nov 1999 02:05:05 -0500 (EST)
> On Mon, 8 Nov 1999, Simon McClenahan wrote:
> > The download area has 1.5, but the online documentation says 1.6-dev .
> > I really want to try the XT processor. Is there a .jar file I can
> > download, or do I just have to compile it myself from the emails I
> > receive on this list? If this code is in CVS, could a nightly or
> > regularly scheduled build be performed, available for download?
> The code is in CVS. You should be able to simply grab the new processor's
> source code, compile it, and it to the jar for 1.5 (or just compile a
> whole new jar, whichever). I cannot schedule a nightly build from CVS but
> vote +1 for this to happen. I guess we should beg jon* for help?
> - donald

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