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From Paul Smith <psm...@aconex.com>
Subject Re: Up-to-date build instructions for Apache chainsaw?
Date Wed, 25 Jun 2008 22:12:14 GMT

On 25/06/2008, at 7:30 PM, Oliver Frietsch wrote:

> Nothing changed. Total runtime is above one hour.
> ************
> Paul,
> thanks for this hint. I believed that the trunk actually contained the
> log4j 2.0 code (where is that?).
> I got log4j to compile. However, I had to grab the
> NTEventLogAppender.dll from the prebuilt log4j-1.2.15 to my Windows
> system directory to pass all unit tests. Can this "hack" be further
> improved?

Ooh, that's something I haven't seen.  Because I'm using a Mac I don't  
think it tries that.  More on unit tests shortly.

> 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

Obviously it would be nice to have all the unit tests running locally,  
but I can say that for log4j-zeronconf they pass locally.  When things  
are working ok locally that test takes about a second to complete.

BTW, log4j 2.0 is only in experimental design phase, it has it's own  
branch at the moment.  Once the design gains traction it'll more than  
likely move to trunk, with trunk->1.2 branch (again.. :) ).



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