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From David Jencks <>
Subject Re: No any dependency on external CORBA classes found during Geronimo build - how this could be?
Date Thu, 11 Aug 2005 14:36:15 GMT
With the exception of the corba spec module, which contains essentially 
only generated code, all the corba code is in openejb.  At the moment 
due to our somewhat broken build procedure the easiest way to 
successfully build openejb is as a single maven multiproject together 
with geronimo.  To set this up, run

maven -o m:co
to check out the openejb source

maven [-o]
maven [-o] m:rebuild

to build

david jencks

On Aug 11, 2005, at 1:13 AM, Meskauskas Audrius wrote:

> Hello,
> Thanks to Jeff, we have no longer any problems with building Geronimo 
> using Maven 1.0.2. The two tests about Kerberos fail, but this problem 
> is probably transient and not CORBA related.
> My idea was to check your dependencies on the  proprietary 
> com.sun.corba packages. I started from the source code scan and found 
> no string "com.sun.corba" at all. The substring "import<space>" 
> is also never present.
> Next, I decided to build Geronimo with JDK 1.5 that, following the 
> Wiki notes, should not succeed. Surprisingly, the build have not 
> reported any missing classes and passed all tests, except the same two 
> mentioned above.
> Finally, I launched build under JDK with all domain removed 
> from rt.jar. Even in this case, the build succeeds without reporting 
> any missing classes and passing the same set of tests as with complete 
> jdk.
> Hence
> 1. You link some external library with org.omg classes. Could you tell 
> me, where and which one?
> 2. Would you be so kind as to tell, in which module and package your 
> dependencies from the Sun specific CORBA packages are located?
> 3. I conclude that Geronimo itself is not dependent on Sun's CORBA, as 
> the absence of CORBA has no impact on the test results. Probably CORBA 
> is used by the user-supplied beans only? Do you have tests with such 
> beans for Geronimo?
> Cheers
> Audrius

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