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From "Russell Simpkins" <RussellSimpk...@funnygarbage.com>
Subject RE: Torque: a sad tale
Date Fri, 25 Apr 2003 17:18:03 GMT
I had a similar problem a while back.... all was working well... i worked on some other things
for week or two... came back to run a build and got these nasty parser bugs.... i was at my
wits end when i realized that I had added a parser into my ant lib directory that was causing
the problem.  Removing the jar fixed the problem.  Maybe you are having a similar issue. 
Hope it helps.

-----Original Message-----
From: Graham Leggett [mailto:minfrin@sharp.fm]
Sent: Friday, April 25, 2003 1:10 PM
To: Turbine Torque Developers List
Subject: Torque: a sad tale

Hi all,

After getting torque and maven to work quite nicely up until a week ago, 
  it suddenly stopped working for no reason I could figure out.

I figured let me try maven v1.0b9. To date I have run into error apon 
error, and a week later my build is completely broken, my project is 
late, and I have run out of things to try in order to fix this problem.

Right now torque refuses to generate any sql for the project (no error 
reported, just no sql is generated). It took ages, but finally I managed 
to figure out all the dependancies for torque and maven, so the 
generated code actually builds. I cannot run it, as I cannot get it to 
generate a database.

My question is this: which version of maven and torque actually works 

What dependancy versions should I be using? The dependancy list in the 
docs lists a significant number of SNAPSHOT versions, so using that list 
is doomed to fail.

Can anyone offer any advice on getting out of this mess?

minfrin@sharp.fm		"There's a moon
					over Bourbon Street

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