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compiling the new jigsaw (2)

From: Giannakopoulos Michalis <mgi@elca.ch>
Date: Tue, 13 Apr 1999 07:33:23 -0400 (EDT)
Message-ID: <A13B47F8EC3FD111A91500C04FD2A2823BC141@exchange.elca.ch>
To: www-jigsaw@w3.org
Hi!

>some observations on compiling the latest release....
>
>1) no need to set CLASSPATH anymore, file.make uses a relative classpath
>
>2) ../org/w3c/jigadm/events/makefile has a typo, should be
>
>TOP=../../../../..
>
>instead of
>
>TOP=../../../../../..
>
>3) with the line
>
>JAVAC=javac -classpath $(TOP)/classes:$$CLASSPATH
>
>in file.make, MAKE won't work. change to 
>
>JAVAC=javac -classpath $(TOP)/classes
>
>and everything seems to work fine. don't know why this makes a difference,
>since CLASSPATH is vacuous, but it does.

I don't know why, but this doesn't work on my machine (NT4, jdk1.2,
jdsk2.1.1). If I change as you did, I'm unable to compile.

Now I can compile fine without any error, but when I start Jigadmin and I
click on the http-server icon, I get the following in the window where I
launched the http-server:

java.lang.NoSuchMethodError: org.w3c.tools.resources.Resource: method
getServer()Lorg/w3c/tools/resources/ServerInterface; not found

and I didn't want to be boring with the next 60 lines...

And in the window where I launched the admin tool :

org.w3c.www.protocol.http.HttpException: Unable to contact target server
localhost:8009 after 3 tries.

with many more lines too.

This occurs only when I'm using the classes I just compiled. When I come
back to jigsaw.zip, jigedit.jar and jigadmin.jar provided in the latest
release, everything works fine.

Does someone experience the same, or am I the only one ?

Thanks for any help and best regards, 

Mika
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Michalis Giannakopoulos 

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Switzerland
Received on Tuesday, 13 April 1999 08:11:24 GMT

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