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From Marshall Schor <...@schor.com>
Subject Re: Repackaging an unpackaged pear file
Date Thu, 26 Apr 2012 16:10:39 GMT
Thanks Thilo.

Could you unzip the pear with an unzipper, and do the change to fix the file 
path and then zip it back up again?  That way the variable replacement stuff 
wouldn't run.

-Marshall

On 4/26/2012 5:07 AM, Thilo Goetz wrote:
> On 25/04/12 23:20, Marshall Schor wrote:
>> I hope its trivial :-)  (But I haven't tried it...).
> It's not trivial, because the pear installer desctructively
> replaces variables with local paths on installation.  If
> you don't know what you're doing, it will be much easier to
> ask the other team to get you the original pear file.
>
> There is no supported way to repackage an installed pear
> file.
>
> --Thilo
>
>> -Marshall
>>
>> On 4/25/2012 1:15 PM, Mike O'Leary wrote:
>>> I received a copy of an application that works with UIMA a few weeks
>>> ago from
>>> some colleagues at another location. When I followed the instructions to
>>> install it, I got an error message while unpacking a pear file, and it
>>> looks
>>> like an XML file within it contains some hard-coded pathnames to a
>>> machine at
>>> the organization that sent our colleagues the application originally.
>>> I could
>>> ask them to get in touch with the organization and ask them to
>>> recreate the
>>> pear file with relative pathnames so it can be installed on machines
>>> on other
>>> networks, and I probably will do that. But I was wondering how hard it
>>> would be
>>> just to correct the pathnames, re-package the pear file, and reinstall
>>> that
>>> one. I have never worked with UIMA before, so I am learning the basics
>>> as I go.
>>> How complicated would it be to create an Eclipse project using the
>>> directory
>>> structure that the pear file expanded to, or to run a command line
>>> application
>>> that creates a pear file from that directory structure?
>>> Thanks,
>>> Mike
>>>
>>>
>

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