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Xml based character generator 0.1

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  • Frugal
    It s not big and it s not clever, but it does work (sort of). I have ironed out enuogh bugs that I an no longer ashamed to show this to other people. It does
    Message 1 of 4 , Apr 14 8:03 AM
      It's not big and it's not clever, but it does work (sort of).

      I have ironed out enuogh bugs that I an no longer ashamed to show this
      to other people. It does not do very much at the moment but it shows
      promise of what you can do with XML based data.

      And I am going to be very stupid and release it 5 minutes before I go
      away for 5 days ;)

      http://www.purplewombat.co.uk/projects/charactergen/

      regarsd,
      Frugal
    • Ysgarran
      Can I get some basic help here setting things up with maven? Default goals don t seem to do much and I dont recognize the correct targets out of the list of
      Message 2 of 4 , Apr 15 1:02 PM
        Can I get some basic help here setting things up with maven? Default
        goals don't seem to do much and I dont recognize the correct targets out
        of the list of maven goals
        (maven -g).

        The 'chargen-0.1.jar' file that I'm generating doesn't have anything in
        it besides a manifest file and license.txt.

        Any help would be appreciated.

        later,
        Brian F.


        Frugal wrote:

        >It's not big and it's not clever, but it does work (sort of).
        >
        >I have ironed out enuogh bugs that I an no longer ashamed to show this
        >to other people. It does not do very much at the moment but it shows
        >promise of what you can do with XML based data.
        >
        >And I am going to be very stupid and release it 5 minutes before I go
        >away for 5 days ;)
        >
        >http://www.purplewombat.co.uk/projects/charactergen/
        >
        >regarsd,
        >Frugal
        >
        >
        >
      • Frugal
        ... See, I told you it was a bad idea posting that before I went away for a few days ;) The top level goal you want will be deploy-all That will build all of
        Message 3 of 4 , Apr 17 1:35 AM
          On Friday 15 April 2005 21:02, Ysgarran wrote:
          > Can I get some basic help here setting things up with maven? Default
          > goals don't seem to do much and I dont recognize the correct targets out
          > of the list of maven goals
          > (maven -g).
          >
          > The 'chargen-0.1.jar' file that I'm generating doesn't have anything in
          > it besides a manifest file and license.txt.
          >
          > Any help would be appreciated.

          See, I told you it was a bad idea posting that before I went away for a few
          days ;)

          The top level goal you want will be "deploy-all" That will build all of the
          jar files are populate a top level directory of 'target/deploy/' with
          everything you need to run the app. Once you have done a successfull
          deploy-all you can cd into target/deploy and run 'java -jar
          chargen-gui-0.1.jar'.

          You might need to install the emma plugin (emma.sf.net).

          I have this horrible tendancy to tinker with software and I can not remember
          if the project will compile without emma or not. I will try to experiment
          when this teething baby lets me near a keyboard ;)

          --
          regards,
          Frugal
        • Ysgarran
          Still having some problems. Lets start from the very top: What version of the JVM did you use? I tried JDK 1.5 and JDK 1.4.2_06 I would think that you would
          Message 4 of 4 , Apr 18 12:20 PM
            Still having some problems. Lets start from the very top:
            What version of the JVM did you use?
            I tried JDK 1.5 and JDK 1.4.2_06
            I would think that you would be isolated from classpath issued (thats
            the point of Maven and Ant like builds, right?) but I could be wrong here.

            the problem I have doesn't seem to be related to the code coverage tool
            you are using, emma.
            the exact error I'm currently getting is:

            Overriding previous definition of reference to maven.castor.classpath
            [echo] classpath=
            [echo] C:\Documents and
            Settings\Fred/.maven/repository/castor/jars/castor-0.9.5-xml.jar
            [echo] Generating sources for ./src/pcgen.xsd

            BUILD FAILED
            File...... c:\Java\games\charactergen-0.1\maven.xml
            Element... maven:reactor
            Line...... 5
            Column.... 137
            Unable to obtain goal [java:compile] -- C:\Documents and
            Settings\Fred\.maven\cache\maven-castor-plugin-1.2\plugin.jelly:92:38:
            <ant:java>java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError:
            org/apache/xml/serialize/XMLSerializer
            Total time: 2 seconds
            Finished at: Mon Apr 18 15:14:06 EDT 2005

            Frugal, you got any thoughts or ideas here?

            later,
            Brian.

            >See, I told you it was a bad idea posting that before I went away for a few
            >days ;)
            >
            >The top level goal you want will be "deploy-all" That will build all of the
            >jar files are populate a top level directory of 'target/deploy/' with
            >everything you need to run the app. Once you have done a successfull
            >deploy-all you can cd into target/deploy and run 'java -jar
            >chargen-gui-0.1.jar'.
            >
            >You might need to install the emma plugin (emma.sf.net).
            >
            >I have this horrible tendancy to tinker with software and I can not remember
            >if the project will compile without emma or not. I will try to experiment
            >when this teething baby lets me near a keyboard ;)
            >
            >--
            >regards,
            >Frugal
            >
            >
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