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From Stefano Mazzocchi <>
Subject Re: The new build system (JDK 1.3.1/macosx issues)
Date Fri, 21 Feb 2003 10:41:35 GMT
Bertrand Delacretaz wrote:
> Le Jeudi, 20 fév 2003, à 21:44 Europe/Zurich, Stefano Mazzocchi a écrit  :
>> The new build system has landed on CVS.
> woooh-hooh-hooh, looks great!

thank you.

> I have a few issues here however, most probably related to my JDK  
> (1.3.1 on macosx 10.2.3).

ok, I'm working on JDK 1.4.1 on win2k so I was expecting something like 

> After a build clean + CVS update (no local.* stuff), works (1  
> minute 6 seconds - wow!)


> I checked that the target.vm property is correctly set to "1.2" in  
> build.xml.


> ISSUE 1 - JDBC3 stuff
> " webapp" fails:
> src/org/apache/cocoon/components/language/markup/xsp/ 
> cannot resolve symbol
> symbol  : class Savepoint
> location: package sql
>       public java.sql.Savepoint setSavepoint()
> Most probably this has to do with the "jdbc3.present" property used by  
> ./src/blocks/databases/build.xml. I tried to set this property in the  
> optional-tests target of the main build.xml but it didn't help.

hmmm, might be a problem with the invocation of the block build. I 
didn't really test that one since it was working for me. I'll try more 

> ISSUE 2 - "build run"
> " run" says "NoClassDefFoundError: org/xml/sax/ContentHandler"  
> unless I add this to the classpath of the run target:
>   <fileset dir="lib/endorsed">
>        <include name="*.jar"/>
>   </fileset>

Oh, damn, you're totally right. Since JDK 1.3.x doesn't have the 
-endorsed command line tag, jetty doesn't find things.

I'm installing JDK 1.3.1 so that I can see these problems myself.

> Using the <classpath> from the build.old.xml, the "run" target works as  
> well (that is, jetty starts but as I have no webapp it doesn't go that  
> far).
> Also a JDK 1.3.1 issue I think, as this interface is standard in 1.4  
> AFAIK but not in 1.3.1.

Yes, it's trivial to fix, but I'll install JDK 1.3.1 so that I can do 
stuff myself.

Thanks and keep up reporting the problems.

Stefano Mazzocchi                               <>
    Pluralitas non est ponenda sine necessitate [William of Ockham]

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