Jeff Hodges 2010-06-01, 05:49
Scott Carey 2010-06-01, 06:17
Bruce Mitchener 2010-06-01, 06:26
Patrick Hunt 2010-06-01, 06:35
Scott Carey 2010-06-01, 06:34
Jeff Hodges 2010-06-01, 06:31
Scott Carey 2010-06-01, 06:39
I am literally downloading a 1.5 jdk from some random
cs.washington.edu URL because no one else on the web seems to have
java 1.5 built for OS X 10.6.
I'm hearing from the Forrest PMC (Grant McDonald) that the release
after this coming release will have 1.6 support. However, that first
release (not the second one with 1.6 support!) is going to happen in
"the next couple of months". This is, of course, after 3 years of no
I think it makes sense for us to move to Sphinx or similar.
On Mon, May 31, 2010 at 11:39 PM, Scott Carey <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Don't make the mistake that I did and think you can simply change the symlink to point to the directory with Java 1.5 -- it actually has to be placed where the symlink is.
> For posterity-- The below is from my email on the topic from April 12, 2010:
> OS-X Snow Leopard tips:
> For those in a similar situation, the work-around posted in AVRO-318 makes Java 5 the default for most apps and overrides Java 6. But turning off Java 6 is not necessary.
> Getting a copy of Java 1.5 and placing it in /System/Library/Frameworks/JavaVM.framework/Versions/1.5.0 and setting up the links is sufficient. ��You do not have to make Java 1.5 the default and can continue to use Java 1.6 for everything but Forrest. I used the first few steps here: http://wiki.oneswarm.org/index.php/OS_X_10.6_Snow_Leopard but stopped after recreating the symbolic links.
> Additionally, the build.xml will not run without passing in -Djava5.home=/System/Library/Frameworks/JavaVM.framework/Versions/1.5.0/Home -Dforrest.home=<location of Forrest>.
> On May 31, 2010, at 11:31 PM, Jeff Hodges wrote:
>> Sigh, I didn't notice the symlink before. That's what's happening. Thanks.
>> On Mon, May 31, 2010 at 11:17 PM, Scott Carey <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
>>> Are you on Snow Leopard? If so, you manually have to install a copy of Java 5 and overwrite the Mac symlinks in just the right way. You don't have to change the default system JVM to 1.5 though.
>>> Does the symlink /System/Library/Frameworks/JavaVM.framework/Versions/1.5.0 point to a 1.6 JVM? That is what it does on Snow Leopard by default. forrest is somehow not forward compatible with Java 1.6. The trick to getting it to work is to both set the property to that symlink, and make sure that symlink points to an actual java 1.5 install.
>>> There are a few threads from the Avro dev list over the past ~7 months that discuss the steps needed to get it to work in more detail.
>>> On May 31, 2010, at 10:49 PM, Jeff Hodges wrote:
>>>> I'm running into issues build the docs. Specifically, in avro trunk,
>>>> I'm running:
>>>> ant -Djava5.home=/System/Library/Frameworks/JavaVM.framework/Versions/1.5.0/Home
>>>> -Dforrest.home=/Users/jhodges/projects/apache-forrest-0.8/ doc
>>>> on OS X. Hoever, I'm getting this gross error for which all the google
>>>> results say "RTFM n00b. Use Java5."
>>>> [exec] validate-sitemap:
>>>> [exec] /Users/jhodges/projects/apache-forrest-0.8/main/webapp/resources/schema/relaxng/sitemap-v06.rng:72:31:
>>>> error: datatype library "http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-datatypes"
>>>> not recognized
>>>> But I've included -Djava5.home right there. What am I missing?
Jeff Hammerbacher 2010-06-01, 15:07
Chad Harrington 2010-06-01, 15:55
Bruce Mitchener 2010-06-01, 16:03
Patrick Hunt 2010-06-01, 16:24