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From Kresten Krab Thorup <>
Subject Re: Initial tasks
Date Tue, 07 Mar 2006 21:13:05 GMT
My guess is that it's because I hard-coded ":" as path separator for  
the bootclasspath.  I dunno how to fix that in maven.

Kresten Krab Thorup

On Mar 7, 2006, at 7:17 PM, Kosuru, Prasadarao wrote:

> Hi Kresten,
> When I was trying to build this artifact using the pom.xml that you
> checked in, it's failing on windows, however it's successfully  
> generated
> the jar on unix(I've tried on solaris). I think we need to fix this.
> I am getting error during processcreation phases on windows because we
> set the fork value to true for maven-compile-plugin.
> Here is the trace:
> CreateProcess: CMD.EXE /X /C javac -d C:\Work\y1\orb\target\classes
> -classpath <classpath> <list of files: very long one>
> I guess it's because of the limitation on the number of characters  
> that
> you can pass in the command line to cmd.exe. I'm currently looking  
> into
> it.
> Best regards,
> Prasad
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Kresten Krab Thorup []
> Sent: 03 March 2006 13:01
> To: Alan D. Cabrera; Sakala, Adinarayana; yoko- 
> Subject: Initial tasks
> For some reason I'm not on yoko-dev.  Sorry, but anders just made me
> aware that there has been a discussion going on over the project
> structure.
> I have no intention of forcing structure to be something specific,  
> but I
> am eager to get started on the other things that depend on having the
> structure decided.
> The structure that is in there now is as lised below, and I have
> reorganized the class spaces com.ooc -> org.apache.yoko.orb.
> trunk/orb 	[ all of the base orb from IONA ]
> 	src/main/
> 		java
> 		generated-java
> 	src/test
> 		java
> 		generated-java
> The pom builds an artifact named yoko-orb-1.0-SNAPSHOT
> The unit tests need some reworking to be able to run in this new
> environment.  What's in there is not JUnit; perhaps we can retrofit  
> the
> tests to use JUnit somehow.
> I added the extra "orb" at the end of the package name
> (org.apache.yoko.orb), because it would make a lot of sense to have
> additional modules (all the corba services) in separate yoko modules.
> Also, I am thinking that there should be a parallel module
> (trunk/rmi) for the RMI/ValueHandle implementation that would build
> yoko-rmi-1.0-SNAPSHOT.  This really is a separate thing, and people  
> can
> choose to use this one or whatever comes with the JDK.
> Alan, can you have me added to the mailing list?
> Kresten Krab Thorup

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