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From Ross McDonald <>
Subject Re: Mac OSX - error reading /usr/local/lib/libsvnjavahl-
Date Tue, 15 Aug 2006 06:06:32 GMT
Thanks for the quick response guys,

I am using jdk 1.5, and am ensuring use of this jdk by typing the  
full path.

As regards doing an 'unzip -l' on the file it indeed generates an  

/usr/local/lib rossputin$ unzip -l libsvnjavahl-
Archive:  libsvnjavahl-
   End-of-central-directory signature not found.  Either this file is  
   a zipfile, or it constitutes one disk of a multi-part archive.  In  
   latter case the central directory and zipfile comment will be  
found on
   the last disk(s) of this archive.
note:  libsvnjavahl- may be a plain executable, not an  
unzip:  cannot find zipfile directory in one of  
libsvnjavahl- or, and cannot find  
libsvnjavahl-, period.

oh dear.. maybe this is corrupt?

A 'jar tvf' generates no output, once again indicating that the file  
is not a valid jar,



On 15 Aug 2006, at 00:09, Chris Hostetter wrote:

> : The older version of Jetty that we are using requires the JDK  
> version,
> : not the JRE version of 'java' so it can compile JSPs via javac.   
> Maybe
> : that's be the problem?  Try typing the full path to the java
> : executable to verify.
> Perhaps ... but this seems like an awfully strnage exception to get  
> if the
> problem were that it can't find the compiler...
> : > error: error reading /usr/local/lib/libsvnjavahl-;
> : > error in opening zip file
> ...he said that /usr/local/lib/libsvnjavahl- did in fact
> exist.  (I would expect a class not found or an attempt at opening  
> a file
> that doesn't exist in the other case)
> I don't really know much about Java on Macs, or what a "dylib" file  
> is ...
> but the exception seems to indicate that it's expecting to find a  
> Zip file
> (possible a jar?)
> Ross: does "unzip -l" or "jar tf" on
> /usr/local/lib/libsvnjavahl- work for you?
> -Hoss

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