jboss-4.0.4

fchoong at netbeans.jp fchoong at netbeans.jp
Thu Aug 3 10:27:39 UTC 2006


Hi Robert,
Putting JamVM into its own directory would be most helpful! Will save me
some   work for firecat;)
                                                          David Fu.

> On 7/31/06, Robert Lougher <rob.lougher at gmail.com> wrote:
>> On 7/31/06, Christian Thalinger <twisti at complang.tuwien.ac.at> wrote:
>> > On Mon, 2006-07-31 at 19:04 +0100, Robert Lougher wrote:
>> > > No, but it doesn't look difficult to implement.  If I understand it
>> > > correctly it seems to be as simple as just prepending the value of
>> > > java.endorsed.dirs to the bootpath?
>> >
>> > Well, nearly.  You have to scan the directories, if any, for zip/jar
>> > files and prepend them too.
>> >
>>
>> Yes.  I realised that each dir will contain potentially many jars, and
>> that these are what must be prepended just after I posted.  Sods law!
>> I guess you do this in cacao and this is what lets you start up jboss.
>>
>
> Sorry to keep on spamming, but do you look in a default location if
> java.endorsed.dirs is unset?  The RI does, but this assumes you've got
> a JRE-like directory structure.  Time to put jamvm into it's own
> directory...
>
> Rob.
>
>> Thanks,
>>
>> Rob.
>>
>> > TWISTI
>> >
>>
>
>




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