Thanks JohnB,

 

The “lib” folder on SF for jars has just been created is not updated with all the dependent libraries yet.

We will do that soon.

Raktim

 


From: Braisted, John C. [mailto:braisted@jcvi.org]
Sent: Thursday, September 13, 2007 5:30 PM
To: mev-tm4-devel@lists.sourceforge.net; mev@jimmy.harvard.edu; mev
Subject: SourceForge Commits for next MeV

 

Hi Folks,

I've committed code for the next MeV release.

Attached you will find a list of CVS commits of new classes and CVS commits that correspond to updates to existing classes.  I'm providing this list in case you want to update certain sections of your local code base rather than a full checkout.  The first part of the list includes commits from today while the lower portion of the list includes some commits from the last year that should also go into the new build.

Note that I checked out the full code set from SF and found that I couldn't build it due to a 'bn' package that seems to possibly have some dependency on Weka.  Perhaps we need a jar.  Not sure but here's

some output from ant.  **It might just be compilation errors in the current commit of this class.

    [javac] C:\Temp\MeV_5_CO\source\org\tigr\microarray\mev\cluster\gui\impl\bn\
FromWekaToSif.java:82: ';' expected
    [javac]         Hashtable<String, String> AccGeneMap = new Hashtable<String,
 String>();
    [javac]                         ^
    [javac] 3 errors

Rather than trying to update the old build.xml at SF, since it doesn't reflect new packages, I've attached  the targets for NonpaR in a text document.  These can be inserted into your build.xml.  Please commit a working build.xml when you feel it is ready.  

<<JCB_SourceForge_Commits_for_MeV.doc>> <<nonpar_build_targets.txt>>

Thanks for putting the jars on SF.  Let me know if there are questions.  The manual entry is ready to go for Nonpar.  Let me know if you want me to send it of if I should integrate it with a working copy of the document.

Thanks,

John

 

John Braisted
Software Engineer II
Pathogen Functional Genomics Resource Center (PFGRC)
J. Craig Venter Institute
9704 Medical Center Drive
Rockville, MD 20850


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