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From Colin Paul Adams <co...@colina.demon.co.uk>
Subject Need to specify target.vm
Date Sun, 13 Oct 2002 03:09:33 GMT
Hello, I'm trying to install cocoon 2.1 from a CVS snapshot (Oct
12th). JAVA_HOME points to a 1.4.1 j2sdk (from sun, for Linux). It's
the only version of java I have installed (to my knowledge).

When I tried the instructions for an automatic build, I got an error
that ./lib/core/jvm1.3 was not found.

After investigating, I find adding -Dtarget.vm=1.4 solves that one,
but why is this necessary?

Next problem:

check-jars:
Copying 1 file to /home/colin/xml-cocoon2/build/cocoon
Processing /home/colin/xml-cocoon2/lib/jars.xml to /home/colin/xml-cocoon2/build/cocoon/jars.xml
Loading stylesheet /home/colin/xml-cocoon2/tools/src/check-jars.xsl
home/colin/xml-cocoon2/tools/src/check-jars.xsl:102:40: Warning! 
  File ant_1_3-optional.jar appears in the lib/ directory, but is not declared in lib/jars.xml.

  Please update the lib/jars.xml file to include the ant_1_3-optional.jar file together with
a description.
: Fatal Error! Stylesheet directed termination
: Fatal Error! Fatal error during transformation Cause: Fatal error during transformation
Failed to process /home/colin/xml-cocoon2/lib/jars.xml

BUILD FAILED
file:/home/colin/xml-cocoon2/build.xml:2113: Fatal error during transformation

Inspection shows that jars.xml is dated Sept 20, and the ant jars to
way back in July. So I don't understand why this error hasn't been
detected before.

P.S. Would this kind of message be more apporpriate im cocoon-dev?
-- 
Colin Paul Adams
Preston Lancashire

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