[postgis-devel] More JDBC2 fun....
m.cave-ayland at webbased.co.uk
Tue Mar 29 03:31:21 PST 2005
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> [mailto:postgis-devel-bounces at postgis.refractions.net] On
> Behalf Of Markus Schaber
> Sent: 21 March 2005 14:49
> To: PostGIS Development Discussion
> Subject: Re: [postgis-devel] More JDBC2 fun....
> Hi, Mark,
> Mark Cave-Ayland schrieb:
> > Just to let you know I've just compiled up some Win32 binaries for RC4
> > and was quite surprised to find that this time around, the Makefile
> > compiled correctly under MingW with CPSEP set to : and not ; (!) I
> > don't have a clue why this is now different from RC3, but thought I
> > should document it on the lists.
> Strange. Did you use a different jdk?
Nope. Exactly the same machine without any alterations.
> > I also had to make one minor modification to the Makefile in order to
> > get the offline tests to run correctly after compilation:
> > RUNCP=$(POSTGIS_BUILD_CLASSPATH)$(CPSEP)./postgis.jar
> > Without the ./ in front of postgis.jar, the JAR file could not be
> > found when launching the offline tests.
> It works for me, and I don't think that this change would
> break another jre.
> But I learned to triple-check before I check this change in.
> Alex, could you have a look at it? Strk, and everyone else,
> does this work for you?
The reason I resurrected this thread is that the same setup described above
was used to successfully compile the JDBC2 driver for RC5 on the first
attempt, i.e. CSEP set to : and the ./ in front of postgis.jar. Anyone else
have any experience with this?
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