I don't know why my ant builds always seems to fail junit tests, but it appears
most if not all of those tests are for the custom fonts it includes for
whatever reason. I print everything in one font (Lucida Typewriter) so it's
readable and fixed width, so I'll just create my own version and hack out
everything to do with specific fonts including the junit tests.
From: Pascal Sancho [mailto:pascal.san...@takoma.fr]
Sent: Thursday, December 09, 2010 8:28 AM
Subject: Re: FOP build
Junit tests are for pre-commit purpose.
You can easily avoid them by running the right ant option:
see  for further info on running ant with fop.
Le 09/12/2010 14:08, Eric Douglas a écrit :
> Is there a way to simplify FOP? I have the 1.0 source. I can run the
> ant build and it creates a new jar. Now I tried excluding a font
> class I don't need, and it failed the build on a junit test. I tried
> commenting that test out and it failed a different test. I excluded a
> few tests and it succeeded but it didn't create the jar. It should
> still be executing that step which creates the jar. I'm passing in
> custom fonts so I'd like to be able to save some overhead by removing
> all of those base 14 fonts.