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  2. GUMP-157

Gump builds fail on Windows when projects include <maven /> tags

    Details

    • Type: Bug Bug
    • Status: Closed
    • Priority: Minor Minor
    • Resolution: Fixed
    • Affects Version/s: None
    • Fix Version/s: None
    • Component/s: Python-based Gump
    • Labels:
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    • Environment:
      Windows

      Description

      Currently, any Gump project with a <maven /> tag fails when running on a Windows platform. The underlying reason is that Maven (or at least v1.0.2) is too brain-dead to parse 'project.properties' other than by using j.u.Properties. As a result, the standard Windows File.separator of "\" is considered to be a quote character, and is dropped from the jarpath of the dependancies.

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        Bill Barker added a comment -

        Patch to maven.py to fix the issue.

        Tomcat has run into problems with replacements as broad as this, but I can't see that it's really an issue for Gump.

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        Bill Barker added a comment - Patch to maven.py to fix the issue. Tomcat has run into problems with replacements as broad as this, but I can't see that it's really an issue for Gump.
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        Leo Simons added a comment -

        Hi bill! Patch looks fine. As an ASF committer you should have write access to the gump codebase. Feel free to commit the patch yourself!

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        Leo Simons added a comment - Hi bill! Patch looks fine. As an ASF committer you should have write access to the gump codebase. Feel free to commit the patch yourself!
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        Stefan Bodewig added a comment -

        Apache committers only have commit access to the metadata, but not Gump's code. Only people asking for access get karma to the later - and I just considered this entry such a request

        Go ahead, Bill.

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        Stefan Bodewig added a comment - Apache committers only have commit access to the metadata, but not Gump's code. Only people asking for access get karma to the later - and I just considered this entry such a request Go ahead, Bill.
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        Bill Barker added a comment -

        It seems that I'm not permitted to change the status of this. I consider the status closed, since it is now fixed in trunk (so I can use it , and nobody uses live on a Windows machine that I know of.

        Longer term, the Jira adminstrator should probably let Jira know that I'm on the PMC at some point, so should be allowed to play with bug's status .

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        Bill Barker added a comment - It seems that I'm not permitted to change the status of this. I consider the status closed, since it is now fixed in trunk (so I can use it , and nobody uses live on a Windows machine that I know of. Longer term, the Jira adminstrator should probably let Jira know that I'm on the PMC at some point, so should be allowed to play with bug's status .
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        Bill Barker added a comment -

        This is fixed now in trunk, and AFAIK nobody is using live under Windows.

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        Bill Barker added a comment - This is fixed now in trunk, and AFAIK nobody is using live under Windows.

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            Bill Barker
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