Re: IMPORTANT [RFS] liblog4j1.2-java build from sources
On 2004-07-28 20:38, Arnaud Vandyck wrote:
I have just tested building log4j1.2-1.2.8 with sablevm, ant1.6 and
jikes. Only 2 build problems occurred:
So I built log4j with sablevm, ant1.6 and jikes... but it fails. I don't
know why but I've been unable to 'exclude' classes to build. So at the
moment, log4j is built using jikes-classpath (oups, I forgot 'classpath'
dependency) and fastjar... and all classes are not built!
This is the line to find all the sources to be built:
files = $(shell find src/java -name \*.java \
| grep -v chainsaw | grep -v lf5 \
| grep -v jms | grep -v jmx | grep -v JMS)
And this is the lines two install the package:
deb http://people.debian.org/~avdyk/debian ./
deb-src http://people.debian.org/~avdyk/debian ./
1. lf5/viewer failed to build because of the following missing methods:
This should be solved if lf5/viewer (or the whole lf5, which was
introduced in version 1.2.5) is removed from the package, maybe moved to
a second package.
2. rmic fails even after set to use the one from kaffe. But this affects
the RMI example only, which is safe to ignore.
Given "This version of LogFactor5 is not completely integrated with
log4j , I suppose we can first remove the offending packages to fix
the rc bug and after the problem it solved, it is split into a second
So here are the possible way (if there are more, thanks to comment):
. log4j stays in free but without some packages (chainsaw, lf5, jmx and
. log4j goes back to contrib and will be built with non-free JVM's
. we make two packages available.
Thanks for your time and comments,