I now realize the error of my ways: I was not supposed to create a new
project in NetBeans based on the ANT file. I should just copy project.xml to
nbproject and then open that project from within NetBeans. Sorry about that.
Now it builds and runs OK, except...
My issue now is that all buttons and menu items are disabled. I've tried
both logging in to an ICQ account and just pressing Cancel. That doesn't
affect this behavior. Only difference is that the presence status icon is
not shown if I don't log in. Only the eye glass button is enabled, but
nothing happens when clicking it. Is this how it should be at this time, or
did I miss something?
From: Anders Borg [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: den 27 maj 2006 13:24
Subject: Building yesterday's snapshot of SIP Communicator
I'm in the process of evaluating different SIP UAs written in Java to see
which one best fits for use in a non-commercial test tool. I'm a complete
newbie to this code, so some of the following might seem like no-brainers to
you. I'm aware that I shouldn't expect too much while 1.0 is being
developed, but I hoped I at least would be able to run some simple tests on
I'm using NetBeans and I've created a project based on the ANT file and then
copied the ide/nbproject/project.xml to nbproject (after closing NetBeans).
First thing I had to do was to comment out awt.MouseInfo as the compiler
didn't find the definition. Then I could build all the code without error
using clean/compile from within NetBeans.
Then I needed to perform "bundles" to get the JAR files under sc-bundles.
Shouldn't this be done as part of clean/compile?
When I perform "run" I get errors for the following:
MetaData file not found
Error starting file:sc-bundles/media.jar
(org.osgi.framework.BundleException: Activator start error.)
Error starting file:sc-bundles/swing-ui.jar
(org.osgi.framework.BundleException: Activator start error.) (due to missing
The files seemingly missing are actually there, so I'm suspecting the base
path is wrong somehow.
We have our own JAIN SIP API compatible SIP stack, so I'm also wondering if
SIP Communicator uses anything beyond the JAIN SIP API for the SIP