java/jboss5 - buildable
freebsd at abv.bg
Mon Jan 26 12:09:51 PST 2009
I guess that cluster doesn't have internet connection for security reasons ?
Downloading the files from the maven repo prior to building the port sounds a little bit complex to me...
But that's probably because I'm not very much in the ports system...however if you think there's anything I can help with I'd gladly do!
...I have a few years experience in programming (mostly Java, some C and some scripting), that's all
>On Sat, Jan 24, 2009 at 09:20:35AM +0200, Mario Pavlov wrote:
>> Hi Peter,
>> well I guess I could try :)
>> only that I can't start right now and it will take some time...
>I've update the port to 5.0.0.GA. However, the build still fails on the
>ports cluster since it uses Maven to download the dependent JARs it needs
>during the build process from jboss.org. It should build fine on your
>local machine though as long as you have internet connectivity (it does
>I haven't had time to look into downloading all the files it needs prior
>to the build and pointing Maven to where they are downloaded to. That is
>what we'd need to do to get it building on the ports cluster though.
>> >On 2009-Jan-21 09:40:34 +0200, Mario Pavlov wrote:
>> >>I guess you could update this port
>> >>I'm not very much in the ports system otherwise I could just send you a patch for this port
>> >Currently, java/jboss5 does not have a maintainer and so will not get
>> >updated unless someone takes pity on it. If you are interested in
>> >this port, I suggest you read
>> >and submit a patch to take over maintainership.
>> >Peter Jeremy
>> >Please excuse any delays as the result of my ISP's inability to implement
>> >an MTA that is either RFC2821-compliant or matches their claimed behaviour.
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