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From "Sameer" <skach...@srijansoft.com>
Subject NoClassDefFoundError
Date Fri, 24 Nov 2000 10:53:42 GMT
Hi,

Just installed Tomcat according to the instructions given in the
Development/Deployment guide give at http://jakarta.apache.org for Tomcat.

When I say ./build, I get an error
"NoClassDefFoundError org/apache/tools/ant"

I have not installed Ant (if that is something to be installed - I believe
it is pre-installed) and neither have I used CVS as www.sourcegear.com/cvs
is down. I hope it is not essential to use that.

What could be the problem? Thanks in advance.

Regards,
Sameer Kachroo


----- Original Message -----
From: "Miles Daffin" <miles.daffin@cwcom.net>
To: <tomcat-user@jakarta.apache.org>
Sent: Friday, November 24, 2000 3:48 PM
Subject: Re: News Group needed desperately


> Dear Craig,
>
> See below.
>
> > Miles Daffin wrote: (I did)
> >
> > > I have been on this list for a week or so now and I am flooded with
> mails
> > > everyday. When this happened on the Orion Interest list I had no
choice
> bu to
> > > unsubscribe. The sheer volume of mails (50% of which ask ill
considered
> > > questions) suggests the need for a news group, maybe two. The virtues
of
> doing
> > > it like this are numerous, e.g. threads can be viewed, followed etc.
It
> simply
> > > organises the mails better, allowing me to filterwithout cluttering up
> my
> > > system first. Who can set this up? Craig (I know you are a busy
fella)?
> Miles
> >
> > Yes, I am busy :-), but that is not why I'm not likely to act upon this
> request.
> >
> > None of the virtues you mention are compelling reasons to establish a
> > newsgroup.  After all, many mail readers (including Netscape
Communicator,
> which
> > I use) can do exactly what you ask for.  For example, I have a message
> filter
> > set up that copies all messages with a "To" or "Cc" of
> > TOMCAT-USER@JAKARTA.APACHE.ORG into a folder containing only those
> messages
> > (actually, I have one of these folders for each of the 30 or so mailing
> lists I
> > subscribe to, totalling over 600 messages a day).  Netscape, like most
> mail
> > readers, allows you to specify a threaded organization for such a
folder,
> which
> > is my default approach to dealing with mailing lists.  Now, I can
> concentrate on
> > a particular list when I want to -- *exactly* as if it were a newsgroup.
> >
> > What is more important, though, is a different principle -- having a
> newsgroup
> > instead of a mailing list would disenfranchise all of the TOMCAT-USER
> > subscribers who are behind firewalls that do not allow access to
> newsgroups.
> > Therefore, I do not consider this to be a viable solution to mail
> "floods" -- if
> > your mail reader doesn't support what you need to deal with mailing list
> > volumes, I would suggest that you get a new one.
>
> Your words are wise and true - I see the light and shall complain no more.
>
> > Craig McClanahan
>
> Miles Daffin
>


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