all dependencies should be in the repository.
the build-from-source instructions are in build/readme.html
who can test those instructions and the build scripts on your local machine ?
can you give it a try ?
The get.dependencies goal doesn't retrieve the following resources for me:
Given you seem to be using the Maven2 repository structure, why not download these things to ~/.m2/ instead of ~/jbpm/ ? It would save folks having to download them who already have them locally...
i think you didn't get the latest sources. jboss version should be 4.0.3.SP1 and the facelets jar should be called: jsf-facelets.jar
we don't use a maven structure, but we probably could. it just takes me too much time to check out if all libs are present in the maven 2 jboss repository (http://repository.jboss.com/maven2/...).
if all the libs are present there, it is just a matter of updating the properties.
people can update the local repository location to ~/.m2 if they want to. if we would use the libs from the maven 2 repository, it would be worth while documenting the local repository location customization more explicitely.
Yeah, my bad, checked out fresh source tree and it gets dependencies just fine...
In the meantime Tom fixed it ;-)
I'm having the following build error:
[ant] Exiting /home/steve/Work/oss/jbpm.3/jpdl/jar/build.xml.
[mkdir] Created dir: /home/steve/Work/oss/jbpm.3/jpdl/db/target/ddl
[jbpmschema] using jbpm configuration jbpm/db2.jbpm.cfg.xml
[ant] Exiting /home/steve/Work/oss/jbpm.3/jpdl/db/build.xml.
/home/steve/Work/oss/jbpm.3/build/build.xml:36: The following error occurred while executing this line:
It's trying to run the jbpmschema tags in the jpdl/db/build.xml
I've tried to trace things through and as far as I can tell this library is in my repository.
I've traced the dependency back from schema.task.classpath, task.classpath.base, repository.external.dependency.libs, lib.commons.logging.path, lib.commons.logging.dir, lib.commons.logging.version (wow I hoped this build was going to get simpler) - at all points these variables should resolve to the proper place.
Is anyone else having this problem? Any clue as to what might be going wrong for me?
what version of ant are you using ?
what libs do you have in your ant-home/lib directory ?
sorry for the many properties :( good to know that you have a problem with it. so we know that investing time in simplification is a good idea.
it would be cool if ant had an easier way for debugging classpath problems. and echo of the classpath would already be a great help.