Don't have that hardware myself. I'll add support into the build
files for the platform
for the next release, but it is still going to need to have a makefile.
If you want to play
with it, I would suggest starting with the aix makefile. The '/' in the
filename is going to
cause problems of course so the make file will need to change the osname
The makefile would become: Makefile-os400-ppc-32.gmake
I've checked the necessary changes to the WrapperManager class and
into SVN if you want to try it out. A change is also going to be needed
for the sh script.
What do you get when you type following commands:
Nicolas Varney wrote:
> I launch my application on an unsupported platform, here is the result:
> Wrapper (Version 3.2.3) http://wrapper.tanukisoftware.org
> Copyright 1999-2006 Tanuki Software, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
> WARNING - The wrapper.native_library system property was not
> set. Using the default value, 'wrapper'.
> WARNING - Unable to load the Wrapper's native library because none of the
> following files:
> could be located on the following java.library.path:
> Please see the documentation for the wrapper.java.library.path
> configuration property.
> System signals will not be handled correctly.
> No plan to port the wrapper application on IBM AS/400 for the moment ? ;-)
> Geek power !