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From Viatcheslav Kochepasov <>
Subject Re: jakarta-jmeter-2.4 >> ant package >> BUILD FAILED
Date Tue, 09 Nov 2010 01:21:07 GMT
>> Does it mean there are some extra dependencies beside those jars in
>> ?
> Yes. There are some dependencies that are only needed at compile time.
> The bcmail jars are optional at run-time, which is why they are not in
> the binary archive.

Here we back to initial point. Why don't freeze all dependencies in
archive file at release time?
That should:
1) simplify effort of any one who wants to join the project and run
build in his local env ;
2) protects project from misses or changes at dependency file source
(better initial impression for jmeter project);
3) would allow binary release be what it should be (there may be
different flavors of binary releases)  and
 all source code dependencies to be in one archive.

In any case statement on build web page should be rewritten to stay
clearly that online access is required to run build and
"ant download_jars" is mandatory pre request.

> If you try running "ant download_jars" in a source-only directory tree
> (ie. without the jars from the binary archive) what happens?
> Do the other downloads mainly work?
> Or do most fail?

Please, do not waist your time on this issue. I run same commands on
linux env with similar versions of tools and
"ant download_jars" get finished successfully. Next "ant package" was
success too.
I guess it could be some specific to windows implementations of tools.

Here is exact versions used on linux:
Apache Ant version 1.8.0 compiled on April 9 2010
java version "1.6.0_20"
Java(TM) SE Runtime Environment (build 1.6.0_20-b02)
Java HotSpot(TM) Server VM (build 16.3-b01, mixed mode)

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