[sip-comm-dev] Problems with NetBeans configuration


#1

This document was created for the pre 1.0 version and we completely
missed the fact that it might need an update before making it available
for 1.0.

Yes, Emil. There are probably two issues...

1. " I can´t find net.java.sip.communicator.sip.simple package
and GenericURITest.java class."

... means the project package structure must have changed for 1.0. I doubt the
class has been deleted, so it shouldn't be hard to find.

2. If the package structure has changed, then it is likely that the netbeans-specific
build.xml targets will need changing before anyone can use the "compile file",
"run file" and "debug file" netbeans IDE actions successfully.

Brian, do you think you'd have the time to follow up on that in the
following days?

I have already prepared a "clean" netbeans installation and plan to checkout the latest
source from CVS myself before the weekend. I apologise for the delay, but I have other
commitments for today and tomorrow.

My advice is to wait for me... I will post my experiences immediately (one by one) to this
list and update the wiki soon after.

Regards,

Brian Burch
[http://www.PingToo.com/]

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#2

Brian Burch wrote:

... means the project package structure must have changed for 1.0. I doubt the
class has been deleted, so it shouldn't be hard to find.

No it has not been deleted but it has not yet been transfered to 1.0 since the sip/simple bundle has not yet been implemented

My advice is to wait for me... I will post my experiences immediately (one by one) to this list and update the wiki soon after.

Sure, no problem.

Thanks for taking it up.

Emil

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#3

... means the project package structure must have changed for 1.0. I doubt the
class has been deleted, so it shouldn't be hard to find.

No it has not been deleted but it has not yet been transfered to 1.0
since the sip/simple bundle has not yet been implemented

OK, I'll try to choose example classes that currently exist, rather than wait for the orginal
package to be integrated.
Regards,

Brian Burch
[http://www.PingToo.com/]

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#4

Oh and one more thing.

We have created an IDE directory in the project root. Our purpose is to have project files for various IDEs stored inside it. Users would be supposed to copy the contents of the respective directory to project root before using the files.

So far there's only the eclipse project file. I don't really know how netbeans stores its projects since I have not used it so far (i.e. does it use other project files than the build.xml), but it might be a good idea to do upload its project files in case it does have any.

What do you think?
Emil

Emil Ivov wrote:

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Brian Burch wrote:

... means the project package structure must have changed for 1.0. I doubt the
class has been deleted, so it shouldn't be hard to find.

No it has not been deleted but it has not yet been transfered to 1.0 since the sip/simple bundle has not yet been implemented

My advice is to wait for me... I will post my experiences immediately (one by one) to this list and update the wiki soon after.

Sure, no problem.

Thanks for taking it up.

Emil

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#5

Yes, netbeans does use other files for project control. Most of the compexity in my
existing netbeans wiki entry is related to these other files.

I am very pleased you've created the project directory, because I will be able to
commit samples to CVS that people might well be able to use verbatim, or with minimal
editing. That will make the wiki MUCH simpler, and I'll probably break it into smaller
sections... a "recipe" for people in a hurry, and "further details" for those who want to
know what is going on under the covers.
Regards,

Brian Burch
[http://www.PingToo.com/]

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On Tue, 15 Nov 2005 10:38:13 +0100, Emil Ivov wrote:

We have created an IDE directory in the project root. Our purpose is to
have project files for various IDEs stored inside it. Users would be
supposed to copy the contents of the respective directory to project
root before using the files.

So far there's only the eclipse project file. I don't really know how
netbeans stores its projects since I have not used it so far (i.e. does
it use other project files than the build.xml), but it might be a good
idea to do upload its project files in case it does have any.

What do you think?

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