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From Patricia Shanahan <p...@acm.org>
Subject Re: QA tests and spaces in file names
Date Wed, 14 Jul 2010 18:43:16 GMT
Is anyone using the latest Ant version to run the River jtreg tests?

I'm asking because of the following comment on the Commons Developers 
mailing list:

"Some change in Ant has broken the property handling in the Jelly/Ant
integration.  By manually replacing jars in my local repository I found
out that the tests pass with Ant 1.8.0 but fail with 1.8.1.

Given that Ant's property handling has changed dramatically in 1.8.x and
Ant even marked this as a backwards incompatible change I'm rather
surprised it still works with 1.8.0."

I had not used Ant for a while when I started trying to get involved in 
River, so I downloaded the latest.


Peter Firmstone wrote:
> river.jar defines the directory is where the most of the jar files 
> created by the build process live.  This doesn't affect jtreg directly 
> however, the files needed for the jtreg tests are moved into the 
> JTlib-tmp directory.
> This is defined by the jtlib.tmp property.
> I wonder if there's a problem with the hyphen or mixed case for the 
> JTlib-tmp directory?
> It's a long shot but that's the directory where the missing class files 
> originate, otherwise it might have something to do with the -cpa: option.
> Cheers,
> Peter.
> Patricia Shanahan wrote:
>> Do you know anything about "river.jars"? It seems to be used in 
>> setting classpathref, and my errors do look very classpathish.

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