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Subject: [FreeCiv-Java] Re: Build: jfreeciv FAILED to build
From: Gary Frederick <gary.frederick@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 13 Dec 2001 06:29:14 -0600

What impact is there in moving to 1.4 for those that will just run jfreeciv? Will there be a problem if I have an older runtime and try to run something written with 1.4?

then again, who will be running jfreeciv? people that are comfortable with installing 1.4 if they want to play and it's a requirement or those that would not?


Brian Duff wrote:

Since this was a 1.4 / 1.3 issue, I wanted to maybe suggest we standardize
on 1.4 again.

I know we already discussed this, but Sun's release schedule for 1.4
indicates it's nearly out the door. But more importantly, I've noticed that
jfreeciv is considerably faster under 1.4 than 1.3 (just try scrolling the
map a lot under each JDK)...

Maybe we need a voting system like ;)


----- Original Message -----
From: "Build Manager" <buildman@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: <freeciv-java@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Thursday, December 13, 2001 12:10 AM
Subject: [FreeCiv-Java] Build: jfreeciv FAILED to build

The Build for jfreeciv failed on 2001-12-13 at 00:10:01. The build log is


Buildfile: build.xml

    [echo] jfreeciv build started December 13 2001 at 0010


    [copy] Copying 1 file to /home/buildman/build/jfreeciv/class

   [javac] Compiling 275 source files to



va:246: cannot resolve symbol

   [javac] symbol  : method showInputDialog


   [javac] location: class javax.swing.JOptionPane
   [javac]     return JOptionPane.showInputDialog(


   [javac]                       ^
   [javac] 1 error


/home/buildman/build/jfreeciv/build.xml:82: Compile failed, messages

should have been provided.

Total time: 30 seconds

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