build always failed for me why ??? :(

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build always failed for me why ??? :(

Yoseph Widjaya
Hi all
sorry about complaining all the time but building
geronimo always failed it's not used to be like this
before :(

okay i'm using fedora 4 with java 1.5

here is the description when the last build using the
latest Milestone M4

BUILD FAILED
File......
/home/yosep/.maven/cache/maven-multiproject-plugin-1.3.1/plugin.jellyElement...
maven:reactor
Line...... 217
Column.... 9
Unable to obtain goal [default] --
/home/yosep/geronimo/modules/assembly/maven.xml:151:45:
<ant:move>
/home/yosep/geronimo/modules/assembly/target/geronimo-1.0-SNAPSHOT/META-INF/schema
not found.
Total time: 53 minutes 45 seconds
Finished at: Mon Jul 11 21:33:17 EST 2005

any idea why

this really give me hard time

many thanks

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Re: build always failed for me why ??? :(

Jacek Laskowski-5
Yoseph Widjaya wrote:
> Hi all
> sorry about complaining all the time but building
> geronimo always failed it's not used to be like this
> before :(
>
> okay i'm using fedora 4 with java 1.5

First of all, Geronimo is targetted at Java 1.4 and whereas it compiles
fine on 1.5, OpenEJB (the EJB container) won't like it. There's some
dependency on SunORB whose some classes moved to other packages.

> here is the description when the last build using the
> latest Milestone M4
...
> any idea why
>
> this really give me hard time

Don't worry. Today's your lucky day :) Go to
http://cvs.apache.org/dist/geronimo/unstable/1.0-M4-QA/ and download the
latest release candidate that's just released to perform thorough
quality assurance tests before it's officially published. Doing so,
let's you forget about the issues at build time.

p.s. Reply-to set to user@ mailing list.

Jacek

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Re: build always failed for me why ??? :(

ammulder
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        This is because the build assumes you have the most current
OpenEJB code, and it appears that you don't.  Try going to your Geronimo
directory and running "maven m:co" followed by "maven m:rebuild-all".

        Also, I hear some CORBA stuff doesn't work under 1.5, so you may
be better off under 1.4.2.  I don't know if this will cause compile-time
problems or just runtime problems.

Thanks,
        Aaron

On Mon, 11 Jul 2005, Yoseph Widjaya wrote:

> Hi all
> sorry about complaining all the time but building
> geronimo always failed it's not used to be like this
> before :(
>
> okay i'm using fedora 4 with java 1.5
>
> here is the description when the last build using the
> latest Milestone M4
>
> BUILD FAILED
> File......
> /home/yosep/.maven/cache/maven-multiproject-plugin-1.3.1/plugin.jellyElement...
> maven:reactor
> Line...... 217
> Column.... 9
> Unable to obtain goal [default] --
> /home/yosep/geronimo/modules/assembly/maven.xml:151:45:
> <ant:move>
> /home/yosep/geronimo/modules/assembly/target/geronimo-1.0-SNAPSHOT/META-INF/schema
> not found.
> Total time: 53 minutes 45 seconds
> Finished at: Mon Jul 11 21:33:17 EST 2005
>
> any idea why
>
> this really give me hard time
>
> many thanks
>
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Re: build always failed for me why ??? :(

Jacek Laskowski-5
Aaron Mulder wrote:

> Also, I hear some CORBA stuff doesn't work under 1.5, so you may
> be better off under 1.4.2.  I don't know if this will cause compile-time
> problems or just runtime problems.

I think only the former as Geronimo uses OpenORB instead of SunORB.
During compile time, there would be no required CORBA classes (a part of
SunORB) that moved to other packages in Java 5.

> Aaron

Jacek