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Subject [Db-derby Wiki] Trivial Update of "BuildingDerby" by JohnHEmbretsen
Date Tue, 25 Sep 2007 08:29:50 GMT
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The following page has been changed by JohnHEmbretsen:
http://wiki.apache.org/db-derby/BuildingDerby

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      Right click your Derby project in !NetBeans' Projects view and select "''Properties...''".
Under "''Build and Run''", click the "''Add''" button. Click in the field below the "''Ant
target''" heading and select the {{{buildjarsclean}}} target (this target will delete any
old jars before building new ones). Click in the field below "''Label''" and type the IDE
command name you want to use for this target, for example "Build clean jars". Set focus (click)
somewhere else in the window to save your label name. Click "''OK''".
  
    1. (!NetBeans 6 only) '''Add classpath reference to ant.jar'''
-      * In NB 6.0, you need to add {{{ant.jar}}} to your "''Java Sources Classpath''" (in
you Project properties) in order to get rid of warning symbols in the editor and the File
and Projects windows. If you decided to use (open) a Project folder available from a Derby
Subversion repository checkout, all you have to do is to copy (or add a symlink to) ant.jar
to {{{tools/java/}}} (or {{{tools\java\}}} on Windows). You can find {{{ant.jar}}} in Ant's
library directory, see step 5. See also [http://www.nabble.com/Re%3A-Trying-out-NB6.0-project-in-Derby...-t4475681.html
this mail thread] for details.
+      * In NB 6.0, you need to add {{{ant.jar}}} to your "''Java Sources Classpath''" (in
you Project properties) in order to get the build to pass and to get rid of some of the error
symbols in the editor and the File and Projects windows. If you decided to use (open) a Project
folder available from a Derby Subversion repository checkout, all you have to do is to copy
(or add a symlink to) ant.jar to {{{tools/java/}}} (or {{{tools\java\}}} on Windows). You
can find {{{ant.jar}}} in Ant's library directory, see step 5. See also [http://www.nabble.com/Re%3A-Trying-out-NB6.0-project-in-Derby...-t4475681.html
this mail thread] for details.
  
    1. '''Build the Derby classes'''
  

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