Thank you Peter, I added your suggestion fix. It's not the perfect solution but 
given the circumstances should be fine.
I'm sorry I forgot to mention your name on the checkin description (rev 
1363870) since it's your contribution.


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Sent: Friday, July 20, 2012 5:51:41 AM GMT -06:00 US/Canada Central
Subject: Re: gump failure

I'm not really an ant expert, but since I was looking at build.xml

On Thu, 2012-07-19 at 12:03 -0700, Cezar Andrei wrote:
> About this email, this is not actually a failure. In order to consider
> it a failure, the bootstrap needs to run twice and only if it errors
> second time is it considered a failure.
> Is there any way to fix this test?

The attached patch to build.xml fixes it in my hands (ant 1.8.2, OpenJDK, openSUSE 12.1). This patch is against version 2.6.0-RC2
(which shows the same failure when building bootstrap for the first time
in a clean working directory), but to fix the gump failure, the same
changes presumably need to be made against this version or a nearby one:


> I don't know how it got on gump.

Presumably put there by someone involved with one of the dependent
projects: jmeter, rhino or ws-axis2 (which has xml-xmlbeans-v1 as an
optional dependency according to


> Thanks,
> Cezar
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