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Bug 14359 - After "cvs checkout standard" nbbuild fails (j2eeserver missing)
After "cvs checkout standard" nbbuild fails (j2eeserver missing)
Product: www
Classification: Unclassified
Component: Builds & Repositories
All All
: P1 (vote)
: 3.x
Assigned To: nbbuild-issues@ide
Depends on:
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Reported: 2001-08-10 16:53 UTC by _ mruflin
Modified: 2001-08-13 14:20 UTC (History)
1 user (show)

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Issue Type: DEFECT


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Description _ mruflin 2001-08-10 16:53:02 UTC
(Not sure where to put this bug)

cvs checkout standard should checkout all modules that are needed to build 
NetBeans using nbbuild. The module j2eeserver is not part of "standard" but 
nbbuild tries to access it. Not sure if j2eeserver should be part of standard 
at all. Please fix this by
1. add j2eeserver to "standard" or
2. look that nbbuild does not try to compile it.

It is very important that newbies can just use "cvs checkout standard" to get 
the sources and make a build. (Because of this I set it to P1)
Comment 1 rbalada 2001-08-13 10:45:48 UTC
Michael, see build instructions on

If we want to follow step 1, it's "duplicate" of 8243. Reopen the bug and write there what you need.
Basically users are expected either download the source package or use `cvs checkout all` for all 

This issue is not P1 if users will follow steps described on page mentioned above.
Comment 2 _ mruflin 2001-08-13 14:20:05 UTC
(Rudolf I added you to the CC list)

These build instructions are far from usable for beginners. Maybe you 
saw my howto...
If you download the sources with the zip file you are not able to 
synchronize them with cvs (or give me an easy way how to do it).
cvs checkout all is also NOT an option. For people like me who have 
to pay for internet connection time and have a slow connection it is 
just not acceptable to download everything.

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