[Date Prev][Date Next][Thread Prev][Thread Next][Date Index][Thread Index]

RE: [xmlblaster] cannot build under redhat9.0,why?

Hi Marcel!
Thanks for your advice!
Yes, I think it comes from the ant I use which version is "1.5.3". After I replace the jdk1.3.1 with the 
newest 1.4.1, the problem disappears.

-----Original Message-----
From: owner-xmlblaster at server.xmlBlaster.org [mailto:owner-xmlblaster at server.xmlBlaster.org]On Behalf Of Marcel Ruff
Sent: Monday, May 05, 2003 3:47 PM
To: xmlblaster at server.xmlblaster.org; cucmi at 163.com
Subject: Re: [xmlblaster] cannot build under redhat9.0,why?

?? wrote:

>Hello! Is there anyone can give me some suggestion or hints? I cannot build xmlblaster version 0.846 under RH9.0
>and after I ran ./build.sh all, it give me the messages below:
>[root at myhost xmlBlaster]# ./build.sh all
>Buildfile: build.xml
>     [echo] os.family=unix os.name=Linux
>     [echo] Build timestamp = 05/05/2003 02:23 ?? version = 0.846
>     [echo] xmlBlaster.home=/working/java/xmlBlaster
>     [echo] Converting idl...
>     [echo] Comparing ./src/java/org/xmlBlaster/protocol/corba/xmlBlaster.idl to ./src/java/org/xmlBlaster/protocol/corba/serverIdl/Server.java
>     [echo] CORBA stubs and skeletons are up to date
>     [copy] Copying 446 files to /working/java/xmlBlaster/build/src/xmlBlaster
>     [copy] Replacing:  at version at  -> 0.846
>     [copy] Replacing:  at build.timestamp at  -> 05/05/2003 02:23 ??
>     [copy] Replacing:  at build.java.vendor at  -> Sun Microsystems Inc.
>     [copy] Replacing:  at build.java.version at  -> 1.3.1_08
>     [copy] Replacing:  at version at  -> 0.846
>     [copy] Replacing:  at build.timestamp at  -> 05/05/2003 02:23 ??
>file:///working/java/xmlBlaster/build.xml:397: Failed to copy /working/java/xmlBlaster/src/java/org/xmlBlaster/protocol/http/persistentWindow/clown.gif to
>/working/java/xmlBlaster/build/src/xmlBlaster/org/xmlBlaster/protocol/http/persistentWindow/clown.gif due to null
>what cause this? I build it successful under win2k

Hi jiang,

Check if the file



Is your hard disk full? Check it with the 'df' command.

The 'due to null' seems to come from 'ant', i don't
know what this error could be related to.
Probably you should check this on the 'ant' mailing list.
On my Linux i never had such a problem.