What do you mean install after a build? Fop is not an application to be
installed. It's a Java program, which you can run from a command line or embed
in another application.
The ant classpath arguments are in the build.xml. I only vaguely know ant to
tell what that code is doing but there seems to be one classpath ant needs to
be able to compile the fop.jar and another classpath ant uses to build the
runtime path as the classpath statement in the manifest.mf text file in the
jar. To build of course requires downloading the fop source, then downloading
some other required jars from other sites.
To 'install' as in to be able to run from a command line, simply requires
having all required jars in the classpath. If you use the binary download, the
classpath is built into the jar's manifest. Just read the classpath statement
there and have all those jars in the same path as the fop jar.
What else are you trying to do, or where exactly are you getting an error?
From: Tom Browder [mailto:tom.brow...@gmail.com]
Sent: Wednesday, June 23, 2010 8:38 AM
Subject: Re: SEVERE: Couldn't find hyphenation pattern en_US
On Wed, Jun 23, 2010 at 06:45, Tom Browder <tom.brow...@gmail.com> wrote:
> On Tue, Jun 22, 2010 at 15:50, Eric Douglas <edoug...@blockhouse.com> wrote:
> So, assuming the jar file is physically in dir "/usr/local/share/fop",
> should the CLASSPATH read:
> export CLASSPATH=/usr/local/share/fop/fop-hyph.jar
By experiment, that method worked for the build directory, but not for my
installed fop 0.95.
I also tried using the environment variable FOP_HYPHENATION_PATH again (after
I tried it two ways: (1) setting it to point the file and (2) setting it to
point to the parent directory of the file.
Both worked for the installed fop 0.95.
I would like to try all that with the trunk version, but nowhere on the fop
site does it tell how to install after a build. The closest thing I found is
the "package" argument to ant.
What should I do to install, please?