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From "David Ramsey" <dram...@neosoft.com>
Subject Re: Nighly builds
Date Thu, 10 Aug 2000 17:59:48 GMT
This is a very common problem and one that makes using various Apache Java
projects together problematical. I know that I, for one, spent too much time
tracking down the jaxp.jar/xerces.jar/xml.jar org.w3c.node problem and that
I am not the only one to have had to do so.

This would go a long ways towards making setup and utilization of the
various Apache Java projects much easier for people who want to *use* them
rather than develop them.

David Ramsey



-----Original Message-----
From: Sam Ruby <rubys@nc.rr.com>
To: general@xml.apache.org <general@xml.apache.org>
Date: Thursday, August 10, 2000 12:59 AM
Subject: Re: Nighly builds


>Mike Pogue wrote:
>>
>> I'd like to see a solution that works for our C++ projects, too.
>> I don't think we want to require Java for those!
>
>While I would like to see that too, it is a matter of trying not to bite
off
>more than one can chew.  I also believe that the classpath issues
associated
>with Java are unique and need a special focus.
>
>At the moment, there is a demonstrable problem with the Java projects in
>that it seems rare that you can pick two Java projects and have them work
>together out of the box.  Typically, there is a mismatch in some dependency
>or another.  This problem is exacerbated by each project shipping their
>dependencies.
>
>P.S.  One of the most common complains it some method missing in
>org.w3c.node, and no class in the classpath (based solely on its name) is
>obviously associated with w3c...
>
>
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