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From Brian McCallister <mccallis...@forthillcompany.com>
Subject Re: CVS Build problems.
Date Wed, 24 Sep 2003 20:11:52 GMT
Actually, now that I think about it... I might try using cglib to allow  
dynamic proxies for classes instead of just interfaces, though how this  
will work with extents I am not sure.

-Brian

On Wednesday, September 24, 2003, at 04:09 PM, Brian McCallister wrote:

> We might want to consider using the cglib proxy implementation all the  
> time instead of the preprocessor. i haven't tested myself, but by  
> reports it is faster than the 1.4 proxy anyway.
>
> -Brian
>
> On Wednesday, September 24, 2003, at 04:04 PM, Thomas Mahler wrote:
>
>> Hi Charles,
>>
>> thanks for your patience ...
>>
>> Charles Anthony wrote:
>>> I've just done a clean CVS update. If I do a bin\build.bat, I have  
>>> two problems.
>>> 1) I need to stick with JDK13; the preprocessor flags in  
>>> SQLTypeHelper are
>>> incorrect. I'm afraid I don't understand *how* the pre-processor is  
>>> supposed
>>> to work - I'm guessing that if -JDBC30, it should comment out  
>>> everything
>>> between a //#ifdef JDB30 and //#endif. It doesn't seem to be doing  
>>> this.
>>> I've just manually commented out those sections, and it compiles.  
>>> Thomas (or
>>> someone), could you explain how the CodeSwitcher works, and how it  
>>> should be
>>> used.
>>
>> some time ago i put it those //#ifdefs and checked that everything  
>> works under JDK 1.3 and 1.2.
>> Unfortunately the preprocessor is quite stupid. I only recognizes  
>> these statements if they start directly in the first positio of a >  
>> line.
>> In the course of some reformatting of the code the //#ifdefs got  
>> indented and the preprocessor does simply ignore them...
>>
>> I've just fixed it in CVS and did a full JDK1.3 Junit run. everything  
>> should be fine now (at least until the next code formatting...)
>>
>>> 2) target check-jdo-classes is not the depends of "main", and yet
>>> org.apache.ojb.jdo depends upon the JDO classes, and is part of the  
>>> main
>>> source code. So, instead of getting a nice "go and get JDO.jar"  
>>> message, I
>>> get a load of compile fails.
>>
>> fixed in CVS now!
>>
>> thanks,
>> Thomas
>>
>>> Attached is the fixed build file.
>>> Cheers,
>>> Charles.
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