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From Oliver Frietsch <da-mailing-lis...@friets.ch>
Subject Up-to-date build instructions for Apache chainsaw?
Date Sun, 22 Jun 2008 09:44:17 GMT
Hello list,

I'm currently deciding whether to add a new Receiver to Apache Chainsaw 
or build my own small logging viewer. As time matters, extending 
Chainsaw could be the better alternative IMO.

However, I cannot get Chainsaw to compile from source at the moment. I 
read the build instructions in the SVN repository, but they seem to be 
out of date. Some mentioned companions seem to no longer exist. So I had 
to extemporize a bit...

This is what I tried: First, I tried mvn install for Chainsaw without 
doing anything before. It complained about some missing java libs (it 
was easy to download and install them), and about the missing zeroconf 

So, I tried mvn install for the zeroconf companion. It complained about 
the missing log4j-1.2.16. I tried to download and install log4j 1.2.15, 
as stated in the Chainsaw build instructions, and got this error:

[INFO] Compilation failure
C:\Dokumente und Einstellungen\ThinkpadBenutzer\Eigene Dateien\Log4J 
1] cannot find symbol
symbol  : method createServerSocket(int)
location: class org.apache.log4j.net.SocketHubAppender

As there might be differences between 1.2.15 and 1.2.16, I then checked 
out the latest 1.2.15 tag from SVN that I could find (/v1_2_15, there is 
no 1.2.16!), and tried to build that. This is the result:

[INFO] Error executing ant tasks
Embedded error: The following error occurred while executing this line:
C:\Dokumente und Einstellungen\ThinkpadBenutzer\Eigene Dateien\Log4J 
og4j v1_2_15\tests\build.xml:456: Test 
t failed

So...? What could I try next? Has anybody some hints how to build 
Chainsaw? Is that project still alive at all? The last release was now 
more than two years ago...

Thank you,

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