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From James Mitchell <jmitch...@apache.org>
Subject Re: Struts 1.2.9 - build failed
Date Wed, 30 Aug 2006 11:50:40 GMT
The 1.2.x nightly builds are running just fine.  I don't know how  
you're kicking off Ant, but here's what the nightly script does:

$ ant download-dependencies nightly


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James Mitchell
678.910.8017




On Aug 30, 2006, at 1:01 AM, Laurie Harper wrote:

> Darren, the examples serve as documentation to help you see how to  
> use various features of Struts; you can skip building them and  
> still end up with a fully functional framework. I don't know why  
> the build isnt' working correctly for you, but perhaps that's  
> enough to allow you to move forward.
>
> L.
>
> Darren Hall wrote:
>> Update:
>> I found out why the struts.home property is not holding a value.  
>> It is
>> previously defined in the build.properties file used by the build  
>> process.
>> Apparently, properties defined in the build.properties file are  
>> not mutable?
>> In any case, is there a point to me attempting to compile these  
>> examples, or
>> are they not in any way beneficial, other than simply as examples?  
>> In other
>> words, do they add any functionality, or can I remove the calls to  
>> compile
>> these from the master build.xml file?
>> Thanks,
>> Darren
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: Darren Hall [mailto:dhall@utrs.com] Sent: Tuesday, August  
>> 29, 2006 4:38 PM
>> To: 'Struts Users Mailing List'
>> Subject: Struts 1.2.9 - build failed
>> I am attempting to build struts 1.2.9 and having issues. It seems  
>> to build
>> the main struts.jar fine, but fails later in the process when  
>> building
>> mailreader.
>> I guess I have two questions. First, is there any value in  
>> building the struts-examples? Do they provide
>> any functionality to the framework?
>>  Second, if I do want to build the examples, why is the  
>> environment not
>> keeping the struts.home property?
>> The struts.home property in the struts-1.2.9/src/struts-examples/ 
>> mailreader
>> folder is not being set correctly (or being overwritten).
>>
>>> From the build.xml file, the struts home is set on line 36 as  
>>> follows,
>> where
>> the basedir is specified as "."
>>  34>       <!-- Dependency home directory defaults -->
>> 35>       <property name="server.home"      value="C:/Program  
>> Files/Apache
>> Group/Tomcat 5.5"/>
>> 36>       <property name="struts.home"      value="$ 
>> {basedir}/../../dist"/>
>>  Later when the build process runs, the value of struts.home is  
>> echoed to the
>> command line.
>> The value that is displayed is "/../../"
>>  I have tried manually overwriting the struts.home variable bu  
>> changing line
>> 36 in the build.xml file to read
>>  <property name="struts.home"      value="C:/Program Files/Apache
>> Group/Struts-1.2.9/src/dist"/>
>>  But when the build executes, I still see the value of struts.home  
>> displayed
>> as "/../../".
>>  Has anyone run across this before, or does anyone have an idea  
>> why this
>> might be occurring?
>>  (Of course, if I don't need the examples, ignore question 2.)
>>  Thanks,
>>  Darren
>
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