I'm still having build problems.
Is this just me or is it happening to others too?
If I type "ant" in gtbuild, I get:
/home/cameron/work/geotools2/geotools-src/gtbuild/common.xml:191: Could not
create task of type: junit. Common solutions are to use taskdef to declare
your task, or, if this is an optional task, to put the optional.jar in the
of your ant installation (ANT_HOME).
Secondly, I'm thinking about adding a <cvs tag> task to build.xml which will
tag a module with "stable" when everything in that module compiles and
completes the unit tests. That way, if the head does not compile for
someone, we can fall back to the "stable" tag.
(We did agree on this some time ago, but have not put it into action).
Cameron Shorter http://cameron.shorter.net
Open Source Developer http://mapbuilder.sourceforge.net
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From: James Macgill <j.macgill@ge...> - 2002-06-08 08:43:23
At 08:33 07/06/2002 +1000, you wrote:
>I'm still having build problems.
>Is this just me or is it happening to others too?
>If I type "ant" in gtbuild, I get:
>/home/cameron/work/geotools2/geotools-src/gtbuild/common.xml:191: Could not
>create task of type: junit. Common solutions are to use taskdef to declare
>your task, or, if this is an optional task, to put the optional.jar in the
>of your ant installation (ANT_HOME).
You need to have the optional.jar for ant installed in your ANT_HOME/lib,
you also need to have junit.jar in the ANT_HOME/lib directory as well for
I'm having quite a lot of success with Maven which has a different, and
perhaps better, way of dealing with external binaries which may make the
build process easier in the near future.
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