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From "Rony G. Flatscher" <Rony.Flatsc...@wu-wien.ac.at>
Subject Re: BSF3 code status
Date Sat, 10 Mar 2007 14:07:09 GMT
Hi ant,

just *great* how your initiatives are working out!

I appreciate especially this helpful information which will allow me to
tackle that code base as well. (It just will take me a while before I
get enough time available in one chunk to seriiously help in this code
and also to create a Rexx engine version for BSF3. Hope that by Easter I
will have enough time again; at the moment having too many "engagements"
in different projects plus start of summer-semester with a lot of
obligations to fulfill at the present peak.)

Thanks again and kudos to you!


ant elder wrote:
> I've applied the patches in BSF1 and BSF-2 Jiras and done a bit of
> cleaning
> up, the code is now in:
> https://svn.apache.org/repos/asf/jakarta/bsf/trunk/bsf3
> That still includes the the old code which can still be built with
> ant, the
> new code is built with Maven - check out the code, install Maven (
> http://maven.apache.org/download.html), then from the top-level directory
> type "mvn". The first time it will download all the dependencies,
> after then
> you can do "mvn -o" to run offline which is a bit faster. Other
> commands are
> "mvn clean install" to delete old artifacts and rebuild.
> To setup  BSF in Eclipse from the top-level directory where you
> checked the
> code out do "mvn eclipse:eclipse", then from an empty Eclipse
> workspace do
> File -> Import, select General, then "Existing projects into Eclipse",
> click
> Next then click Browse, and navigate to the BSF top-level directory,
> click
> ok, it should find all the BSF projects and click ok. There will be
> errors
> about a missing classpath variable "M2_REPO", on the menu bar click
> Windows
> -> Preferences, then select Java, Build Path, Classpath Variables, click
> New, for the name enter "M2_REPO", click Folder and navigate to your
> local
> maven repo which will likely be in your home directory (mines
> "C:\Documents
> and Settings\Administrator\.m2\repository"), click ok, ok, ok. Everything
> should now build in Eclipse cleanly.
>   ...ant

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