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From "David Van Couvering" <da...@vancouvering.com>
Subject Re: Trying out NB6.0 project in Derby...
Date Thu, 20 Sep 2007 16:07:38 GMT
Has anyone added ant.jar to the project libraries in the project
metadata checked in to Derby?  Seems like we should do that.

Thanks,

David

On 9/18/07, Dag H. Wanvik <Dag.Wanvik@sun.com> wrote:
> Øystein Grøvlen <Oystein.Grovlen@Sun.COM> writes:
>
> > With the help of John's excellent writeup at
> > http://wiki.apache.org/db-derby/BuildingDerby?highlight=%28Netbeans%29#head-681537d04a4de5433e397238dd9bf22eaf8611cb
> > I fixed this by setting
> >
> >       ant.library.dir=<path>
> >
> > as described on the wiki.  The way you enter this differs a bit in
> > Netbeans 6, but it is still easy to figure out how to set it if you
> > follow the description.
>
> I think there are actually two aspects to the ant libraries: This
> particular setting compensates for the fact that ant, when not invoked
> via the ant(1) script, but programmatically, as does Netbeans, does
> not set ant.library.dir, so compilation of Derby would fail.
>
> In addition, Netbeans 6 tries to compile the sources on its own (not
> via the supplied ant file). This, I think, is due to the new
> integration between Netbeans and javac to allow Netbeans better access
> to semantic information. The above setting is not sufficient: I found
> I had to add the path of ant.jar to the libraries setting of the
> project as well (in "Java Sources classpath"). After I added the path
> there, the little read flags went away in the source on those lines
> where the ant libraries are imported. (Of course, other libraries are
> needed here, too, cf. those found under tools/java/ and mentioned in
> BUILD.txt).
>
> Another annoyance: Derby has a mix of source levels in the code base;
> Netbeans only allows a global setting: when extracting semantic
> information via javac Netbeans marks some 1.4 level source as
> erroneous if my general source level is 1.5 (needed to allow generics
> found in some parts of the code base), the error being not implemented
> methods in concrete JDBC classes. I'd love to be able to set source
> level per file to work around that. But Netbeans would also need to
> allow a mix of platforms to find the correct JDBC interface being
> implemenented, marking source level to 1.4 would not be enough;
> Netbeans would need access to a 1.4 JDK as well to handle it, sigh.
>
> Dag
>

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