Gentoo Archives: gentoo-java

From: Rusty Phillips <rustyp@×××××××××.org>
To: Joshua Nichols <joshua.nichols@×××××.com>
Cc: gentoo-java@l.g.o
Subject: Re: [gentoo-java] What is the current status of hibernate
Date: Tue, 04 Oct 2005 02:01:00
In Reply to: Re: [gentoo-java] What is the current status of hibernate by Joshua Nichols
Missing sources:

As to which won't build, its possible that I'm trying to compile using
an older version when I start the dependancy tree.  How did you create
the source files for these?

At any rate, my cable company will let me host files on my computer.  

 Its a temporary fix, but I can host the files for a while until you
find someplace else.  Not terribly reliable, as I live in Florida - land
of the power outages, but better than nothing.  
If they're under 30MB, I can put them on my freeshell account
(, which is quite reliable.

Send me the sources and I'll send you versions of the ebuilds with
sources pointing to my computer if there's a lot, or my freeshell
account if there isn't.

On Mon, 2005-10-03 at 17:50 -0400, Joshua Nichols wrote:
> On 9/30/05, Rusty Phillips <rustyp@×××××××××.org> wrote: > > I just downloaded the java experimental tree and gave emerging hibernate > > a shot. Unsuprisingly, it didn't work. There were a few packages that > > have no available source files, and a few that I couldn't get to compile > > even on their own. > > Could you please let me which packages didn't have source, and which > ones couldn't compile? Chances are they are things that I am > maintaining in experimental. For several things that were used cvs / > svn checkouts, I was hosting the files on a server I had access to > when I was in school, but have since graduated, and they finally got > around to nuking my webspace and account. Hopefully I will be able to > find an alternative sometime soon. > > > Anyway, I have a few questions about it: > > What is the status of getting hibernate working in Gentoo? > I'm using hibernate-2 on a project I'm currently working on. Might > want to give the official tree version a shot until I can get all the > tarballs back online. > > > Is there anyone working on that now? > I haven't been working on it recently. I came up to a stopping point > as I mention below. Will probably pick up the torch again once I wrap > up some non-Gentoo projects and make some more progress on other > Gentoo things, such as finish my developer quizes ;) > > > Has anyone using this list gotten it working for themselves? > As I mentioned, works for me. But please do share what packages are > giving you problems, and the errors that you are getting. > > > Is this "splitting up JBoss" plan still going to go ahead? > The splitting up of JBoss is mostly done. There's only one or two > modules left to be packaged, but I kind of came to a stand still. It > came down to where one module couldn't find some static utility > functions, but I couldn't figure out for the life of me why they > couldn't be found because they appeared to be on the classpath. > > Once those remaining modules are complete, then the last step would be > to put them together to resemble a normal JBoss installation. This > would involve either: > > - Use the build.xml, by making all sorts of symlinks to the things it > would expect to be around > - Put the things together in the ebuild. > > It would generally be better to use upstream provided method, but the > problem is that ant does a lot of copying, and ant isn't know how to > handle symlinks. > > The problem with putting it together ourselves would be making sure it > is put together properly, and would be a PITA to maintain. > > > I come here because I couldn't get any answers find any answers to these > > questions in the forum, the bug tree, the docs, or the wiki. > > Thanks for your time. > Another good place to look is on #gentoo-java. > > ------------------ > Josh Nichols > nichoj >
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