How to use gump to compile kaffe, classpath, etc
In an effort to make it easier to get a gump run in place that bootstraps the java environment...
- follow the getting started documentation (might look at BrutusConfig for info on the dependencies on a debian system).
- edit ./freej-gump-run and set JAVA_HOME if neccessary
- run ./freej-gump-run which lives in the gump trunk.
complain that it doesn't work on the general at gump dot apache dot org mailing list :-D
Using a specific version or stable branch
Specify the CVS tag for the version to use on the module definition. See http://gump.apache.org/metadata/module.html#cvs. You'll probably want to keep these module definitions in parallel so you need to set the module attribute on the module definition as well. For example:
Note that if you change project or module names, you should be careful to change them everywhere...