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From Oliver Frietsch <da-mailing-lis...@friets.ch>
Subject Re: Up-to-date build instructions for Apache chainsaw?
Date Thu, 26 Jun 2008 07:42:38 GMT

Paul Smith schrieb:
>> Now, while trying to build zeroconf, I'm already waiting several minutes
>> to complete the "Running
>> org.apache.log4j.net.ZeroConfSocketHubAppenderTest" step - it seems to
>> do plain nothing, but the build process is waiting for it. I'll give it
>> another hour, but I'm not very hopeful... CPU usage is low, and there is
>> no network traffic either...
> I have seen this happen on some computers, and appears to relate to the 
> local network.  The test is sending out ZeroConf packets on the network 
> and testing that the jmDNS properly gets notifications.  I should 
> probably add a default wait time to that test and give up after a 
> reasonable amount of time.
> You can skip the running of unit tests for both log4j, and 
> log4j-zeroconf by using:
> mvn -Dmaven.test.skip=true package

Thanks again, I'm certainly getting closer to a build success :-)

Anyway, I'm still not successful. The extras companion does not want to 
compile either. I attached the output. Is it possible that the junit 
package is missing?! I can't really believe that, as I guess that it is 
used by the other packages' tests, too.

After this error, I was adventurous enough to try to build Chainsaw even 
without it. Surprisingly, it seems to compile, but afterwards, the tests
- testKnownReceivers(org.apache.log4j.chainsaw.receivers. 
ReceiversHelperTest) and
- testLogPanelPreferenceModelSerialization(org.apache.log4j.chainsaw. 

As I'd like to add new receivers, the first error seems to render the 
system totally useless for me...
Any ideas?

Tahnk you,

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