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From Apache Wiki <wikidi...@apache.org>
Subject [Db-derby Wiki] Update of "BuildingDerby" by AndrewMcIntyre
Date Fri, 23 Feb 2007 23:08:09 GMT
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The following page has been changed by AndrewMcIntyre:
http://wiki.apache.org/db-derby/BuildingDerby

The comment on the change is:
Move tip about adding tools.jar to the classpath to the build section.

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   1. Add a new Ant Builder
  
-    While still in the Properties window, go to the Builders tab. Select New.... And choose
Ant Build. In the next screen, click Browse workspace... under Buildfile, and choose the top-level
build.xml. Go to the Targets tab, and in the Manual Build section, click the Set Targets...
button. Uncheck the default buildsource and select the all target. If you get an error that
com.sun.tools.javac could not be found and to check if your JAVA_HOME is set, you may need
to go to the Classpath tab and add tools.jar from your JDK 1.4.2 installation by clicking
on User Entries and then Add External Jars.... 
+    While still in the Properties window, go to the Builders tab. Select New.... And choose
Ant Build. In the next screen, click Browse workspace... under Buildfile, and choose the top-level
build.xml. Go to the Targets tab, and in the Manual Build section, click the Set Targets...
button. Uncheck the default buildsource and select the all target.  
  
   1. Build 
  
-    Once your new Ant Builder is set up, ctrl-B (or cmd-B on a Mac) will start a Derby build.
+    Once your new Ant Builder is set up, ctrl-B (or cmd-B on a Mac) will start a Derby build.
If you get an error that com.sun.tools.javac could not be found and to check if your JAVA_HOME
is set, you may need to go to back to the Classpath tab of your Ant Builder that you just
set up and add tools.jar from your JDK 1.4.2 installation by clicking on User Entries and
then Add External Jars....
  
   1. Running JUnit Tests
  

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