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From Brett Porter <br...@apache.org>
Subject Re: [VOTE] Jelly and a release
Date Tue, 02 Nov 2004 20:04:17 GMT

it was pulled from the repository for licensing reasons.

are you sure it isn't jellydoc?

this was "corrected" in maven by adding:

maven.jar.javadoc=${java.home}/lib/tools.jar

- Brett

Paul Libbrecht wrote:

> Le 1 nov. 04, à 07:01, Dion Gillard a écrit :
>
>>> i'm having some problems running site:generate (from the jelly build).
>>>
>>> 1. does anyone know if this is working at the moment?
>>> 2. some of these problems also seem to occur when running the
>>> site:generate from within the tag libraries. is this a issue that just
>>> i'm having or is it expected that some tab libraries need fixing?
>>
>
> Running site is never real easy in Jelly since it runs site on every 
> taglib.
> In particular, it involves all "non-downloadable" dependencies (in 
> several taglibs) to have been installed...
>
> I came, however, across a very weird maven error, namely, at time of 
> running maven-javadoc-plugin:register, it complains not to be able to 
> find the dependency javadoc-1.3.jar...
>
> Now, I have this file in another repository copy but that doesn't 
> taste like something portable and seems more of a maven bug.
> Any clue ?
>
> thanks
>
> paul
>
>
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