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From "Lev Kozakov" <lev.koza...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: [jira] Created: (UIMA-101) PEAR Installer prints warning messages on startup
Date Wed, 06 Dec 2006 19:27:14 GMT
On 12/6/06, Adam Lally <alally@alum.rpi.edu> wrote:
>
> > Yes, we lost the help file for the PEAR Installer.
>
> So previously this was stored under $UIMA_HOME/docs/pear/piHelp.html.
> Is that still the plan?  I guess it can't be in a jar file since we're
> actually launching an external browser to view it?  I can fix up the
> last version of the help file I have and make sure it gets to the
> appropriate place.


Yes, the help URL is specified in the pi.properties file and passed to the
default browser.

> Regarding the error message you get: pear_tools.jar is specified in the
> > pi.properties file. You can modify it to something else, but this will
> not
> > help in all cases. We need to modify the InstallPear code to look for
> the
> > CVD class rather then for a JAR file.
> >
>
> We could use the java.class.path property when launching the CVD.
> This should work since uima-tools.jar (there's no more pear-tools.jar)
> should be on the classpath in order to run the PEAR installer.
>
> -Adam
>

We just need to modify the InstallPear class main() method code to check if
the CVD class, specified in the gladis.properties file, is on the
classpath. We also may need to clean-up the pi.properties file.

Another problem is that InstallPear code requires uima.home JVM system
property. I'm not sure what can we do in the case when this property is not
set.

-- Lev

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