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Missing packages during validator install

From: John Russell <johnrussell13@comcast.net>
Date: Sun, 29 Oct 2006 10:03:04 -0800
Message-Id: <29BC19B8-E1E5-4DBE-984C-97401B5F8E0E@comcast.net>
To: www-validator-css@w3.org

While trying to build the CSS validator, I immediately get fatal  
errors of the form:

....build directory.../org/w3c/css/util/ApplContext.java:16: package  
org.w3c.www.http does not exist
....build directory.../org/w3c/css/css/CssValidator.java:28: package  
org.w3c.tools.resources does not exist

In my build directory is an 'org' directory, but it doesn't have any  
tools subdirectory, or an elaborate www subdirectory.  Here's how  
it's laid out:

org
org/CVS
org/w3c
org/w3c/css
org/w3c/CVS
....
org/w3c/www
org/w3c/www
org/w3c/www/CVS
org/w3c/www/mime
org/w3c/www/mime/CVS


I'm just setting it up for command-line use, so no Jigsaw or Tomcat.   
Are these extra classes something that come with the web server  
environment, or is there more CVSing required on the W3C site to get  
them?

Thanks,
John
Received on Monday, 30 October 2006 02:35:08 GMT

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