#12 Error trying to run guitool

closed-fixed
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2004-07-26
2004-07-09
Ken Kress
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# sqlunit-3.8

C:\home\kkress\workshop\java\sqlunit>ant gui
Buildfile: build.xml

init:

compile:

BUILD FAILED
file:C:/home/kkress/workshop/java/sqlunit/build.xml:99:
destination directory "C
:\home\kkress\workshop\java\sqlunit\build" does not
exist or is not a directory

build directory is not created and doesn't exist in
distribution ... but is required by the task "gui"

Discussion

  • Sujit Pal

    Sujit Pal - 2004-07-12

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    This is a holdover from the fact that I use the build.xml
    targets for development. The dependency is for compile which
    does not create the build directory by default. However, the
    target should check for the sqlunit jar file and only if its
    not found, should try to compile. I will make that change
    and update this bug once its done.

    -sujit

     
  • Sujit Pal

    Sujit Pal - 2004-07-12
    • assigned_to: nobody --> spal
    • status: open --> open-accepted
     
  • Sujit Pal

    Sujit Pal - 2004-07-26
    • status: open-accepted --> closed-fixed
     
  • Sujit Pal

    Sujit Pal - 2004-07-26

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    Hi Ken,

    I added a condition in the build.xml file to check for the
    availability of sqlunit-${rel.ver}.jar file in the lib
    directory (which is true for a downloaded version of the
    code), and if so, to not do anything during the compile
    phase. So in case you need to compile the code for this
    distribution, then you will have to delete or rename the
    lib/sqlunit-${rel.ver}.jar file. You can always rebuild it
    with ant install (will put it into dist/). I will update the
    documentation as well with this information for the next
    release. The build.xml is in CVS if you want to test it.

    I have marked the bug pending release of the next version of
    sqlunit.

    -sujit

     

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