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From craig...@locus.apache.org
Subject cvs commit: jakarta-tomcat README
Date Thu, 06 Apr 2000 21:18:21 GMT
craigmcc    00/04/06 14:18:21

  Modified:    .        README
  Log:
  Updated README file to Tomcat 3.1 file organization and scripts.
  
  Revision  Changes    Path
  1.7       +26 -18    jakarta-tomcat/README
  
  Index: README
  ===================================================================
  RCS file: /home/cvs/jakarta-tomcat/README,v
  retrieving revision 1.6
  retrieving revision 1.7
  diff -u -r1.6 -r1.7
  --- README	2000/03/28 01:25:50	1.6
  +++ README	2000/04/06 21:18:21	1.7
  @@ -1,16 +1,16 @@
   How to Build
   ------------
   
  -First, you must have the jakarta-tools workspace checked out parallel
  -to this workspace (jakarta-tomcat). Without jakarta-tools, you wont'
  +First, you must have the jakarta-ant workspace checked out parallel
  +to this workspace (jakarta-tomcat). Without jakarta-ant, you won't
   be able to build.  When you have completed your downloads and checkouts,
   you should have the following directory structure:
   
   	$JAKARTA_HOME/
  +		jakarta-ant/    <-- Contains jakarta-ant files
   		jakarta-tomcat/	<-- Contains jakarta-tomcat files
  -		jakarta-tools/	<-- Contains jakarta-tools files
   
  -There are a 2 compilation scripts provided, a ksh based script for
  +There are  2 compilation scripts provided, a sh based script for
   Unix and a .bat based DOS build script. Essentially these scripts are
   wrappers that put the ant.jar file on the classpath and calls:
   
  @@ -18,23 +18,25 @@
   
   To build, execute the following command in the jakarta-tomcat directory:
   
  -	build
  +	build.sh		<-- Unix
  +	build			<-- Windows
   
   This will build Tomcat into ../build/tomcat.
   
   Windows Note: If you get an "Out of Environment Space" message, you
   need to up the initial environment of your command prompt window.
   
  -To build a 'distribution' build (without the tests, and with all the
  -classes jarred up nice) execute:
  +To build a 'distribution' build (with all the classes jarred up nice) execute:
   
  -	build dist
  +	build.sh dist		<-- Unix
  +	build dist		<-- Windows
   
   This will build a distribution build of Tomcat into ../dist/tomcat
   
   To clean out the build (removes the build dir):
   
  -	build clean
  +	build.sh clean		<-- Unix
  +	build clean		<-- Windows
   
   
   Running the Build
  @@ -48,24 +50,30 @@
   Two scripts are provided for starting and stopping the server. To
   start the server:
   
  -	cd ../build
  -	cd tomcat
  -	startup
  +	cd ../build/tomcat	<-- Unix
  +	bin/startup.sh
   
  +	cd ..\build\tomcat	<-- Windows
  +	bin\startup
  +
   To stop the server:
   
  -	shutdown
  +	bin/shutdown.sh		<-- Unix
  +	bin\shutdown		<-- Windows
   
   
   Testing the Build
   -----------------
  +
  +We have packaged a set of 'quick tests' that test out various parts of
  +Tomcat as a web application.  It is build automatically by the procedures
  +described above.  To execute it, do the following:
   
  -We have started a set of 'quick tests' that test out various parts of
  -Tomcat. In order to build and run tests, do the following:
  +	cd ../build/tomcat	<-- Unix
  +	bin/tomcat.sh ant -buildfile conf/test-tomcat.xml
   
  -	build test
  -	cd test
  -	runtests
  +	cd ..\build\tomcat	<-- Windows
  +	bin\tomcat ant -buildfile conf/test-tomcat.xml
   
   
   BEFORE COMMITTING CHANGES
  
  
  

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