>>> We also refactored Quercus in a major way for 3.1.0, so that's almost
>>> certainly what you're running into.  We should be able to split out
>>> the interpreted half of Quercus as a standalone web-app (i.e. non-
>>> Resin), so we can have non-Resin users working on Quercus too.
>> that is great news. Are there any standalone builds available?
>> Or if there is no build available, how to create a standalone build?
>> What is need for quercus standalone?
> It hasn't been tested yet, so I'm not sure it's quite ready.
> The two jars are resin-util.jar and quercus.jar.  So you can copy  
> them from the resin/lib directory and see if they work :).
> We'll be repackaging it as a .war download (and creating a  
> quercus.caucho.com).
I'll already created a maven2 build script for the quercus sources and
compiled it that way.
In addition to resin-util one needs a java EE  jar.
Currently I'm testing quercus in Glassfish. :)
Thanks for the great work.

Markus Wolf
NMMN - New Media Markets & Networks
Langbehnstrasse 6
22761 Hamburg
Tel. 040 284 118 - 720
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