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How do you get ant-1.6.x (or any version later than 1.5.2) to work on on RedHat ES 3? How do you create the HTML version of this FAQ? Fortunately there is a workaround for this, always specify inputstring="" for any task (or one of its sibblings) if you know the forked process doesn't consume any input. causes What specific other programs are you trying to install for? --- Reply to this email directly or view it on GitHub: https://github.com/KentBeck/junit/issues/410#issuecomment-5175487 -- PGP Public Encryption Key: http://johndoe32102002.blogspot.com/ JUnit member dsaff http://softwaredevelopercertification.com/we-cannot/we-cannot-always-build-the-future-for.php
Can > you check if that file is present on your machine (if not it might > just be a CVS glitch and you might want to try doing a CVS Installation Which version of Java is required to run Apache Ant? Small + c library = good thing in my book. Warning: skipping jar archive /private/tmp/tmp8qGrFN-buildout-ant/apache-ant-1.7.0/build/lib/ant-apache-bsf.jar because no files were included.
Warning: skipping jar archive /private/tmp/tmp8qGrFN-buildout-ant/apache-ant-1.7.0/build/lib/ant-stylebook.jar because no files were included. Say you want to redirect the standard output stream of the m4 command to write to a file, something like: shell-prompt> m4 foo.m4 > foo and try to translate it into remove the dependancy from the build.xml file > > the second one works, of course. > > the first one doesn't... and am having > some difficulties in getting the source code compiled. > > I'm seeing several compilation errors but looks like they all stem > from: > -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= > Severity
I'm currently working on understanding the code going through the developer guide. I believe I am doing what the manual what the manual is instructing so would appreciate any guidance of what I may be missing. Whenever I use the Ant jar or manifest related tasks, long lines in my manifest are wrapped at 70 characters and the resulting jar does not work in my application server. Note: Recompile with -Xlint:unchecked for details. ...
See the section on IDE integration on our External Tools and Tasks page. i have done the following: setenv CLASSPATH /tmp/jars setenv CLASSPATH /tmp/jars/junit.jar where junit.jar is 'ln -s /tmp/jars/junit-4.4-src.jar junit.jar' . /tmp/jars/junit-4.4-src.jar is readable by all. Thank you for your help; if you know of any other solutions, feel free to shoot. The build went through without a problem.
i have > basic java understood. There have been > quite a few bug fixes and changes that have not yet been released. > > On a Windows machine the easiest way to get access to CVS The file that is reported as missing is in the source tree (in the directory src/org/tm4j/ant/test/). Also, don't forget to add the new location of optional.jar to the of your