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Re: [Classpathx-xml] Some libxsltj questions

From: Nic Ferrier
Subject: Re: [Classpathx-xml] Some libxsltj questions
Date: 25 Sep 2003 15:23:41 +0100

David Neary <address@hidden> writes:

> Hi all,
> I have a few questions about libxsltj, and this seems like a good place to
> ask them :)
> First, what would be necessary to have libxslj compile cleanly with a jaxp
> other than gnujaxp.jar?
> Second, there are a couple fo foibles in the that I was
> wondering about - could someone tell me why they're there?
> Notably: 
> gnu/%.class: @srcdir@/src/gnu/
>         echo "Compiling $*.java..."
>         @JAVAC@ @JAVACFLAGS@ \
>                 -d . \
>                 -classpath "${CLASSPATH}:@srcdir@/src:." \
>                 @srcdir@/src/gnu/xml/libxmlj/transform/*.java \
> @srcdir@/src/gnu/xml/libxmlj/transform/
> seems a little weird. And with Sun's javac, this complains, since
> LibxsltStylesheet appears twice on the javac command line. Removing the
> @srcdir@/src/gnu/xml/libxmlj/transform/ makes all work
> well again.
> Also, the dist-hook target should have 
>  cp -r $(srcdir)/testdocs/* $(distdir)/testdocs
> or should ignore the CVS sub-directory. Changing to 
>  cp $(srcdir)/testdocs/test* $(distdir)/testdocs
> avoids the CVS directory, at the expense of needing to be changes once a
> file other than that gets put in there.
> We could also add the x[ms]l files to DIST_EXTRA in the subdirectory's
> as another way to handle the issue.
> Also, I did a make dist a few minutes ago, and teh resulting tarball (after
> correcting the two points above locally) didn't compile correctly. Is there
> anything else which needs to be done to get this to make dist and/or
> distcheck cleanly?

Dave, I expect the build procedure hasn't been widely tested. It
would really help if you were to take this on and fix it.

Is that something you could do?

You can check the build system in the mail repository of ClasspathX:
it's how things *should* work.


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