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SVN co -- build broken?

Davis Ford-3
Hi, I'm setting up a new machine, and did a fresh checkout of GeoServer at:

svn://svn.codehaus.org/geoserver/scm/trunk/geoserver

It is at revision 4085.

When I import the project into Eclipse, the following problem is reported:

Project GEOS is missing required library: 'lib/gt2-wfs.jar' GEOS

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Re: SVN co -- build broken?

Chris Holmes-2
Ah, I'm pretty sure we took WFS datastore out of the default
installation, so that it's downloaded as an 'unstable' datastore.  I
imagine the only thing is that Justin forgot to take it out of the
.classpath file, so eclipse complains.  So you probably just need to
delete that line - I'm 98% sure there are no specific references to
that jar in the code, it's just a pluggable datastore.

Chris

Quoting Davis Ford <[hidden email]>:

> Hi, I'm setting up a new machine, and did a fresh checkout of
> GeoServer at:
>
> svn://svn.codehaus.org/geoserver/scm/trunk/geoserver
>
> It is at revision 4085.
>
> When I import the project into Eclipse, the following problem is
> reported:
>
> Project GEOS is missing required library: 'lib/gt2-wfs.jar' GEOS
>
> --Davis
>
>
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Re: SVN co -- build broken?

Justin Deoliveira-4
Oops, sorry guys, my svn config was blocking my .classpath from getting
commit (artifact from my udig days). I committed the new .classpath file.

But if you remove the reference to the wfs jar from the classpath it
should be fine.

-Justin

Chris Holmes wrote:

> Ah, I'm pretty sure we took WFS datastore out of the default
> installation, so that it's downloaded as an 'unstable' datastore.  I
> imagine the only thing is that Justin forgot to take it out of the
> .classpath file, so eclipse complains.  So you probably just need to
> delete that line - I'm 98% sure there are no specific references to
> that jar in the code, it's just a pluggable datastore.
>
> Chris
>
> Quoting Davis Ford <[hidden email]>:
>
>
>>Hi, I'm setting up a new machine, and did a fresh checkout of
>>GeoServer at:
>>
>>svn://svn.codehaus.org/geoserver/scm/trunk/geoserver
>>
>>It is at revision 4085.
>>
>>When I import the project into Eclipse, the following problem is
>>reported:
>>
>>Project GEOS is missing required library: 'lib/gt2-wfs.jar' GEOS
>>
>>--Davis
>>
>>
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Re: SVN co -- build broken?

Davis Ford-3
Cool -- there is one other problem..this line in .classpath

        <classpathentry kind="src" path="patch"/>

the directory doesn't exist in the svn checkout


On 1/15/06, Justin Deoliveira <[hidden email]> wrote:

> Oops, sorry guys, my svn config was blocking my .classpath from getting
> commit (artifact from my udig days). I committed the new .classpath file.
>
> But if you remove the reference to the wfs jar from the classpath it
> should be fine.
>
> -Justin
>
> Chris Holmes wrote:
> > Ah, I'm pretty sure we took WFS datastore out of the default
> > installation, so that it's downloaded as an 'unstable' datastore.  I
> > imagine the only thing is that Justin forgot to take it out of the
> > .classpath file, so eclipse complains.  So you probably just need to
> > delete that line - I'm 98% sure there are no specific references to
> > that jar in the code, it's just a pluggable datastore.
> >
> > Chris
> >
> > Quoting Davis Ford <[hidden email]>:
> >
> >
> >>Hi, I'm setting up a new machine, and did a fresh checkout of
> >>GeoServer at:
> >>
> >>svn://svn.codehaus.org/geoserver/scm/trunk/geoserver
> >>
> >>It is at revision 4085.
> >>
> >>When I import the project into Eclipse, the following problem is
> >>reported:
> >>
> >>Project GEOS is missing required library: 'lib/gt2-wfs.jar'   GEOS
> >>
> >>--Davis
> >>
> >>
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Re: SVN co -- build broken?

Justin Deoliveira-4
Oops x 2 :) .fixed.

-Justin

Davis Ford wrote:

> Cool -- there is one other problem..this line in .classpath
>
> <classpathentry kind="src" path="patch"/>
>
> the directory doesn't exist in the svn checkout
>
>
> On 1/15/06, Justin Deoliveira <[hidden email]> wrote:
>
>>Oops, sorry guys, my svn config was blocking my .classpath from getting
>>commit (artifact from my udig days). I committed the new .classpath file.
>>
>>But if you remove the reference to the wfs jar from the classpath it
>>should be fine.
>>
>>-Justin
>>
>>Chris Holmes wrote:
>>
>>>Ah, I'm pretty sure we took WFS datastore out of the default
>>>installation, so that it's downloaded as an 'unstable' datastore.  I
>>>imagine the only thing is that Justin forgot to take it out of the
>>>.classpath file, so eclipse complains.  So you probably just need to
>>>delete that line - I'm 98% sure there are no specific references to
>>>that jar in the code, it's just a pluggable datastore.
>>>
>>>Chris
>>>
>>>Quoting Davis Ford <[hidden email]>:
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>>Hi, I'm setting up a new machine, and did a fresh checkout of
>>>>GeoServer at:
>>>>
>>>>svn://svn.codehaus.org/geoserver/scm/trunk/geoserver
>>>>
>>>>It is at revision 4085.
>>>>
>>>>When I import the project into Eclipse, the following problem is
>>>>reported:
>>>>
>>>>Project GEOS is missing required library: 'lib/gt2-wfs.jar'   GEOS
>>>>
>>>>--Davis
>>>>
>>>>
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>>
>>--
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>>http://topp.openplans.org
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