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From David Crossley <cross...@apache.org>
Subject Re: Solaris problem
Date Thu, 05 Aug 2004 00:43:57 GMT
Fabio Rinaldi wrote:
> thanks for the prompt answer.

The world-wide support of opensource.

> > Note: Be aware that we are close to releasing 0.6 and i suggest
> > that you only experiment with 0.5.1
> 
> OK, I will stick to 0.5.1 until I can get 0.6

Either that or jump in and use the current development
version from SVN or from a "snapshot" tarball which you
get from http://forrest.apache.org/mirrors.cgi#svn

> > > BUILD FAILED
> > > /opt/apache/forrest/forrest.build.xml:631: Java returned: 1
> > > ------------------------------------------------------------
> > 
> > This pathname is strange because there is no such file at
> > the top-level of forrest-0.5.1
> > 
> > Are you sure that you have the enviroment variables PATH and
> > FORREST_HOME set properly?
> 
> Yes, I think they are correct. I have installed Forrest in
> /opt/apache/forrest, so
> FORREST_HOME=/opt/apache/forrest

No that is an incorrect setting for FORREST_HOME
unless you did something strange and copied the generated
forrest shell scripts back into the top-level of the
Forrest source distribution. (You didn't specify, so i am
assuming that you are using the source distribution.)

Do './build.sh' again and read the instructions. Sorry the
message at the end is a bit confusing, as you do not need
to copy anything.

This is the setting that I have
FORREST_HOME=/usr/local/cvs/forrest-stable/xml-forrest/build/dist/shbat

My Forrest distribution is in
/usr/local/cvs/forrest-stable/xml-forrest

> Maybe slightly unusual, but I have done exactly the same on Linux
> and it works fine.

That is strange then. We will look into it when you
send more feedback about the above comments.

-- 
David Crossley


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