Hi David,

Thanks. In fact, running ant is probably simpler than running Nutch. The steps 
would be:

 *   what OS are you on (Ant is available for all of them to my knowledge)?
 *   if you need ant, grab a distro from ant.apache.org, otherwise, I'll assume 
that you've got ant installed and callable from the command line.
 *   unpack the nutch src distribution, cd into that directory, type "ant job", 
and there you go.

HTH! You could try it out by taking the Nutch src code from SVN at: 
http://svn.apache.org/repos/asf/lucene/nutch/tags/1.1, and then trying the 
steps above.


On 4/26/10 7:24 AM, "David M. Cole" <d...@colegroup.com> wrote:

At 10:55 PM -0700 4/25/10, Mattmann, Chris A (388J) wrote:
>Most folks that use Nutch are likely
>familiar with running ant IMHO.

I guess then I fall into the category of "not most folks." Have been
running Nutch for about 14 months and I haven't a clue how to run ant.

If there's a place to vote to suggest that compiled versions still be
distributed, I vote for that.



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