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Re: build

From: Bruce Nelson (bnelson) <bnelson@www.css.filenet.com>
Date: Thu, 10 Oct 1996 23:07:13 -0700 (PDT)
To: Wei Liang <jingy@CS.Stanford.EDU>
Cc: abaird@w3.org, www-jigsaw@w3.org
Message-Id: <Pine.A32.3.91.961010224814.5808B-100000@www.css.filenet.com>

Wei, here is the way we have been doing it. Keep in mind that this
is being done on a UNIX box but NT should be roughly the same.

1. you will need to edit <jigsaw root>/Jigsaw/src/makefiles/file.make
   to reflect where you want your compliled classes to go. look at the 
   .java.class: line ... (you may need to DOS'ify some of the items here
   I don't do DOS/NT - yuk!)

2. set the environment variable MAKEDIR to the path where the file.make and	
   package.make reside.

3. Make sure your CLASSPATH environment variable is pointing to the new 
   location you set up in file.make (along with the other items you need for
   Java).

4. cd to <Jigsaw root>/Jigsaw/src/classes/w3c and run make 

-- the compile time for me on a IBM G30 two-way is about 1hr 45 min if my 
load is light there is a LOT of code there -- it takes about 5 hrs on my 
6250 workstation (AIX "almost a pc" 6250)

heres a tip.. if you are getting errors complaining about missing classes
double check your CLASSPATH. 


 On Thu, 10 Oct 1996, Wei Liang wrote:

> Hi,  can anyone share with me his exerience building the server with
> the provided source code?   What are the steps I need to follow?
> Thanks in advance.
> 
> 
> 
> Jingwei
> 
> 
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