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From Mark Thomas <ma...@apache.org>
Subject Re: [ANN] CI for Tomcat 6 and 7 docs now available
Date Fri, 17 Sep 2010 15:33:15 GMT
On 17/09/2010 16:24, André Warnier wrote:
> as answer to Mark and Ongjen..
> 
> Mark Thomas wrote:
> ...
> 
>> It is going to get complicated if you don't have a JDK to hand.
> 
> The Java JDK is no problem, I have.  My fear was that I would need some
> C compiler, maybe for native dll's or so.
> My laptop is WinXP, with JDK and Tortoise SVN, and I'll see about Ant. I
> haven't got the committer-grade white shiny thing with the apple on it
> yet.  If you tell me it's easier to do this from a Linux system however,
> I've got that too (Debian), just less portable.

I do 99% of my development on 64-bit Windows XP so you should be fine
with that. The native bits (mod_jk, APR/native) are built separately and
the binaries / src tarballs downloaded from the ASF archives as required.

Just make sure you have Ant 1.8 or later. Just get the latest and you'll
be fine.

>> If you want to start down this path and see how it goes, I am happy to
>> talk you through step by step.
>>
> I may (hem, probably will) need that at some point.
> But let me try following the basic steps you outlined, first.
> 
> I went through this once with Rainer for some mod_jk documentation, so I
> should be able to get past item 1.

np

Mark

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