--- Comment #4 from Glenn Adams <> 2010-08-17 03:10:17 EDT ---
I just replaced the patch file, restoring the prior usage of findbugs.home.dir
in I believe this resolves the problem you encountered.


(In reply to comment #2)
> Glenn, I tried to apply this, but I run into many
> java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError exceptions. The findbugs comes with a library
> full of jar files. It seems that many if not all are required in the lib/build
> dir. They could all be copied into that directory, or into a separate 
> directory
> findbugs. The latter option might introduce duplicate jar files, but would 
> also
> protect against the requirement of different versions of the same jar file by
> different tools. It brings us basically back to the findbugs.home.dir
> situation, perhaps with a default value = lib/findbugs.
> Also, change <findbugs home="${findbugs.home.dir}" to <findbugs
> home="${lib-tools}", or leave it if you go back to that variable.

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