Thanks for your feedback. Hearing no objection, I’ll remove it shortly.


On 10/11/10 09:42, Jeremias Maerki wrote:
> I think that's a good idea. I've locally removed the fop.bat and just
> called "fop". Worked fine on XP despite the ".cmd" extension. Less
> redundancy, improved usability. +1
> On 04.11.2010 11:25:10 Vincent Hennebert wrote:
>> Hi,
>> We've been bitten several times in the past already by the fact that
>> fop.bat doesn’t automatically pick jars in the lib directory. Even users
>> stumble upon that kind of issue.
>> My question is: is it safe to remove it? Would one of the other two
>> scripts be a sane default on nowadays Windows platforms?
>> Thanks,
>> Vincent
>> On 02/11/10 11:12, Simon Pepping wrote:
>>> On Mon, Nov 01, 2010 at 09:31:23PM +0100, J.Pietschmann wrote:
>>>> On 01.11.2010 13:20, Peter Hancock wrote:
>>>>> I am not a windows user and so there may be an environmental reason
>>>>> you are not have success but I do not think that is likely.
>>>> The fop.bat for windows isn't nearly as intelligent as the fop
>>>> shell script used on Linux/Unix. In particular, on windows each
>>>> jar which has to be included into the classpath gets an explicit
>>>> line in the fop.bat, while the shell script automatically includes
>>>> every jar it finds in the lib subdirectory. The fop.cmd command
>>>> file should also automatically includes every jar in the lib subdir,
>>>> but usually the fop.bat command takes precedence.
>>> I created fop.js for the same purpose. It should also include all jar
>>> files in the lib subdirectory automatically. Since I do not use MS
>>> Windows myself, I did not use or test it recently.
>>> Simon
>>>> So in order to so in order to get FOP with JEuclid working on Windows
>>>> with the fop.bat command, the fop.bat file has to be modified to
>>>> add the JEuclid jars to LOCALCLASSPATH (this should'nt be too hard).
>>>> Or just call fop.cmd explicitely:
>>>>  fop.cmd mathml.pdf
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