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From Michael Hartle <mhar...@hartle-klug.com>
Subject Re: weird build problem - seems to be dependent on jar name
Date Tue, 07 Aug 2001 05:34:44 GMT
David Crossley wrote:

>A workaround solution is to rename our jar file so that
>it begins with "z" i.e. zcatalog.jar
>Now re-build runs perfectly. Why is that hack needed?
>
>Linux RedHat 7.1
>java.vm.version=Blackdown-1.3.1-FCS
>jakarta-tomcat-3.2.2
>
>Help please, days have been wasted trying to get past this.
>thanks, David Crossley
>
In the installation guide, there is a similar example regarding how 
ordering of jar files in a classpath is important regarding XML parsers; 
I guess your catalog.jar contains (only potions / an alternative 
implementation / an old implementation) of the same package that Ant 
itself is needing to step through the build.xml file. The workaround 
just allows the original package to be used for Ant instead of what is 
contained in your catalog.jar. BTW, this means that while you are trying 
to re-build the first time with Ant when it bombs, your classpath 
contains catalog.jar, right ?

Could you give some more details which classes are in your package thats 
in catalog.jar ?

Best regards,

Michael



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