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Re: Trouble creating a template directory.

From: Paul Pazandak <Pazandak@OBJS.com>
Date: Thu, 17 Apr 1997 11:08:56 -0500
Message-ID: <33564B24.3CBE@OBJS.com>
To: Rick Anderson <rianders@rci.rutgers.edu>
CC: www-jigsaw@w3.org
Rick Anderson wrote:
> I have determined that I need to create a Putable dircetory template, but
> when I try to create it by using the add directory button from the
> Directory Template page I get document contains no data.  If I fill it out
> incorectly I get the appropriate error message.  I really like jigsaw and
> would like to demo for some staff and faculty at Rutgers University, but
> this error is keeping me from being able to do the presentation.
> Does anybody know how to fix this?  I would really appreciate any advice.
> Thank you for time.
> --Rick Anderson
> ______________________________________________________
> Rick Anderson   | rianders@rci.rutgers.edu
> ________________|_____________________________________
> ------------------------------------------------------


Seems to me that this relates to the line 89 error
in w3c.jigsaw.indexer.directory -- at least I don't 
have this problem anymore... ;)  [this was referenced
in a post in the jigsaw archive]

Some time ago I removed that line, javac'd the file
and reinserted the class file back into jigsaw.zip
using a zip utility, e.g.
  zip -0 jigsaw.zip w3c\jigsaw\indexer\directory.class

Worked fine after that.  Some zip utilities muck up the
zip file (remember to turn off compression when adding the
file), but I don't know why.  Maybe other people do.  If
you corrupt the zip file you will get a w3c.jigsaw.Main
not found... so ALWAYS make sure to backup your zip file
before altering it.

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