Hi Niklas,

Thanks for the information.

I tried to do a source code build ( 564084 Revision ) on my Windows XP box,
with Maven 2.0.5, and am getting a few errors due to the unit tests. ( like
in org.apache.ftpserver.FeatTest.java)

Is there a way so that I can mask the unit tests during the maven install
option. I am more interested to see the jar packaging structure of the
compiled source code. I am pretty new to the maven way of working and am not
getting a headway on how to do this.

The tests for the ftp commands due to which build fails are not of immediate
interest to me, so probably I can wait for the same.

Also, alternatively, if you could point me to the compiling source code
version number, which I can extract it would really help, so that I can get
a running build environment first, and then keep adding the changes as and
when required.

Thanks and Regards,
Atul Gohad.

On 8/9/07, Niklas Gustavsson <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Niclas Hedhman wrote:
> > On Thursday 09 August 2007 15:38, Niklas Gustavsson wrote:
> >
> >> That version is very old and should not be used (I've updated the site
> >> to reflect that).
> >
> > Perhaps it is time to cut a new incubating release??
> Yes, I would certainly like to. However, the advice when I asked on
> [EMAIL PROTECTED] was that we had too few commiters to have enough peer
> review of the code for a release, something that I agree with. Not sure
> how we should proceed from there, besides trying to get more commiters
> of course :-)
> /niklas

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