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From "Lars Huttar" <>
Subject cocoon build: files in src/targets "could not be found"
Date Mon, 13 Oct 2003 19:23:08 GMT
Hi all,
I've just built Cocoon 2.1.2 on a Windows XP machine.
(I'm using a cygwin bash shell, in case that's relevant,
but I don't think it is since I'm running the BAT file.)

I ran the build script as follows:
   .\build.bat war
in the directory
   c:\Documents and Settings\Lars\My Documents\work\cocoon-2.1.2

I got the following messages:

Using Java from C:/lib/java/j2sdk1.4.1_03
Buildfile: build.xml
init-build.xml could not be found
compile-build.xml could not be found
(same with validate-build.xml, samples-build.xml, ...)

However, the build appeared to work successfully.

I wondered if the fact that I had spaces in the directory
path was a problem, though it shouldn't be. 
But at later points in the build process, similar paths
were processed without problems:

Copied 36 empty directories to C:\Documents and Settings\Lars\My Documents\work\
Created dir: C:\Documents and Settings\Lars\My Documents\work\cocoon-2.1.2\build
Compiling 1 source file to C:\Documents and Settings\Lars\My Documents\work\coco
Compiling 543 source files to C:\Documents and Settings\Lars\My Documents\work\c

Some of them even used %20 (but also forward-slash):
eck-jars.xsl:75:37: Warning!
  [WARN] Poor filename for file ojb/lib/commons-pool.jar
  Please add version number or datestamp.

So, I guess this isn't a big deal, as the build seemed to
work OK, but maybe the build process needs some attention
with regard to Windows machines, if it's ignoring files in


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