directory-dev mailing list archives

Site index · List index
Message view « Date » · « Thread »
Top « Date » · « Thread »
From Ersin Er <ersin...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: [ApacheDS] checkout problem
Date Fri, 16 Dec 2005 20:57:57 GMT
On 12/16/05, Jeff Lansing <jlansing@spawar.navy.mil> wrote:
> Ersin,
>
> > Now what I'm doing is:
> >
> > $ wget
> http://cvs.apache.org/repository/directory-asn1/jars/asn1-codec-0.3.4-SNAPSH
> OT.jar
> >
> > $ jar -xf asn1-codec-0.3.4-SNAPSHOT.jar
> >
> > $ javap org.apache.asn1.codec.util.StringUtils
> ....
> > As you see there is a method "public static java.lang.String
> > utf8ToString(byte[]);".
> >
> > And also, after a successful build of apacheds/trunk I do this:
> >
> > $ cd $HOME/.maven/repository/directory-asn1/jars
> >
> > javap -classpath asn1-codec-0.3.4-SNAPSHOT.jar
> > org.apache.asn1.codec.util.StringUtils
> >
> > and the output is again the same:
> ....
> > What happens when you follow a procedure like above?
>
> When I follow the above procedure it works. The utf8ToString method is there
> both before and after the build, which now completes sucessfully.
>
> For me the question is *why* is the build successful in this case, and not
> previously?
>
> I try deleting the class files that were left around by the above procedure.
> It still builds ok.
> Then I try deleting the asn1 codec jar from the repository, that came from
> the 'wget' step above. It still builds ok.
> Then I try deleting the entire maven repository and recreating it.
> (install_repo.bat C:\Documents and Settings\jlansing.XTCF\.maven\repository)
> The build is still successful. So I conclude that it has nothing to do with
> the above procedure.
>
> Now I delete the entire directory tree and do a fresh checkout. I also
> delete the .maven/repository again and recreate it. And then do a build.
> Still successful.
>
> So the outcome is that things that absolutely failed yesterday are
> successful today.
>
> There is no way for me to know what has changed, but I am fairly confident
> that asn1-codec-0.3.4-SNAPSHOT.jar is now different. Maybe somebody has
> changed it. Or, I know that in the past Apache had two versions of cvs, one
> for developers and one for the general public, with a one-day delay in
> moving changes from one to the other. Maybe something like that has happened
> here.

I really do not know what has changed. I'm sure that the jar is the
same as yesterday's. You may have somewhat chaching issues. I'm glad
it's ok now.

If you find any problem from our side, let us know.

> Jeff

--
Ersin
Mime
View raw message