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From Francois Orsini <francois.ors...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Apache Derby source code compilation probleme
Date Fri, 02 Oct 2009 17:24:51 GMT
Hello Thibault,

On top of what Kristian suggested, I would also recommend having a look at
the following WIKI pages for new developers:





On Fri, Oct 2, 2009 at 6:35 AM, bb00bbyy

> Hi Apache Derby Developers,
> I'm currently working on a project ending my software engineering studies.
> And I'm french so my english might not be perfect.
> So this is the probleme I've encountered during project building :
> I got the Apache Derby source code from SVN, latest release 10.5.3.
> And I follows every steps to build Derby (and configure Eclipse Ganymede
> version).
> When I run the build.xml in the root of the Apache Derby project, it writes
> me that BUILD is SUCCESSFULL but eventually, I do not have in my folder any
> JAR. And that's the matter 'cause I need to be able to modify the engine of
> Apache Derby and to use the resulting "derby.jar".
> Actually, I need to improve the Apache Derby project to make it use some
> kind of fuzzy queries.
> And I must directly modify the engine to do this. But I can't compile and
> get derby.jar.
> So I quickly  read the build.xml file (14000 lines, I can't read all of
> it),
> and I decide to run directly the target named "buildjars". It results in
> creating a folder named "jars" containing all the JAR available in the
> Apache_derby_bin.zip downloadable on the official web site. But when I make
> some changes in the code and I rebuild (always using "buildjars" target
> directly), it doesn't seem the derby.jar is different.
> So please can you help me with this ?
> Thank you
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