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Build and run JForum3

 
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I downloaded the source code from repository and I want to build and run it. But I found nothing about ant script or maven script. How can I build and run JForum3?

[originally posted on jforum.net by luiz.rossetti]
 
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(Corrected since 3.0 was specifically asked for..)

I think it's like the 2.x series: there should be a build.xml file in the root directory. This is the ant build script.

You will need the jar files from the distro's webapp/WEB-INF/lib directory in your project's WEB-INF/lib directory as a starting point. (AFAIK, these aren't in the repository). There are probably a fair number of 3.0 specific jar's that are needed as well. I'm not sure Rafael or anyone has documented these yet.
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A build.xml or pom.xml file to build easily JForum3 would be welcome, there is none in SVN currently (rev 103).

I imported the Eclipse project in IntelliJ but the compilation fails on several classes:
- PostComponent, there is an unfinished line
- LoginAuthenticator, the net.jforum.dao package cannot be found
- several tests have an undefined 'this.session' symbol

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You will find A LOT of errors, that's "normal" at this stage.

Rafael
[originally posted on jforum.net by Rafael Steil]
 
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