Indeed, I can reproduce that. What I've done on my machine is a text file in FOP's root directory with the
following content:

optional.lib.dir = C:\\Dev\\FOP\\optional-lib
javahome.jdk14 = C:\\Dev\\J2SE\\1.4.2_10
junit.haltonfailure = on

I've put the xmlunit JAR file in the optional-lib directory. In that
case, it works. I guess we should still try to fix the problem. The
reason is probably the use of a classpath element in the junit tasks.

On 14.03.2007 16:54:08 Jay Bryant wrote:
> Hi, folks,
> In the course of testing the named destination code, I ran over the 
> following error (in the IntermediateFormatTestSuite):
> java.lang.reflect.InvocationTargetExceptionCaused by: 
> java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError: org/custommonkey/xmlunit/XMLTestCase at...
> That didn't look like anything I had done, so I downloaded a fresh copy of 
> the trunk and tested it without any modifications. I got the same error.
> I have a copy of xmlunit.jar in ant's lib directory, and I get "XMLUnit 
> Support PRESENT" when I run the junit target. ALso, I checked the contents 
> of xmlunit.jar and found XMLTestCase.class.
> So, what do I do about this issue so that I can get an error-free run of the 
> junit tests and then commit the named destination code?
> Thanks.
> Jay Bryant
> Bryant Communication Services 

Jeremias Maerki

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