Re: C++ M1 Release Candidate

2006-07-07 Thread Pete Robbins
Hi Luciano, Thanks for taking a look. Comments inline: Cheers, On 07/07/06, Luciano Resende [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi Pete I took sometime to look at the C++ M1 Release candidate and I have the following feedback... Please keep in mind that my C++ skills is not one of my biggest

Re: C++ M1 Release Candidate

2006-07-07 Thread Geoffrey Winn
Hi Pete, I found one issue. I used VC6 to attempt to build SDO and I get some problems during the copyout. I'll raise a JIRA for this. Linking... Creating library ..\..\..\runtime\core\Release/tuscany_sdo.lib and object ..\..\..\runtime\core\Release/tuscany_sdo.exp copyout 1 file(s)

Re: C++ M1 Release Candidate

2006-07-07 Thread Pete Robbins
That looks like output from the visual studio build. Did you try the command line? Cheers, On 07/07/06, Geoffrey Winn [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi Pete, I found one issue. I used VC6 to attempt to build SDO and I get some problems during the copyout. I'll raise a JIRA for this. Linking...

Re: C++ M1 Release Candidate

2006-07-07 Thread Geoffrey Winn
Not yet, but I will do. I managed to build successfully in VC6 by leaving sdo_test and Win32 Debug as the active configuration and doing rebuild all. After that I tried to run the tests by just pressing the F5 button and although the tests do run successfully I had to step through a mass of

Re: C++ M1 Release Candidate

2006-07-07 Thread Geoffrey Winn
I built the SDO release from the command line using build.cmd as it says in the INSTALL file and that worked without apparent error. At this point I would like to run the same set of tests that I would normally run from the Visual Studio build ie the sdo_test project, but I can't see how to do

Re: C++ M1 Release Candidate

2006-07-07 Thread Edward Slattery
Good point, you should raise a JIRA that the build.cmd doesnt run it automatically. The test program is runtime/core/test/Debug/sdo_test.exe, and needs to be run from the runtime/core/test directory: cd runtime/core/test Debug\sdo_test There are currently only 108 tests running, although the

Re: C++ M1 Release Candidate

2006-07-07 Thread Pete Robbins
From the source distro on linux you should be able to just run ./sdotest.sh from the top level folder. We should write a sdotest.cmd to do the same on win. On 07/07/06, Edward Slattery [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Good point, you should raise a JIRA that the build.cmd doesnt run it automatically.

Re: C++ M1 Release Candidate

2006-07-06 Thread Pete Robbins
There is a problem with the Windows src zip for sca to do with filename lengths. I will fix it and re-post a new zip. On 06/07/06, Pete Robbins [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I have posted a candidate for the first C++ release here. http://people.apache.org/~robbinspg/RC1 Would all interested

Re: C++ M1 Release Candidate

2006-07-06 Thread Pete Robbins
The problem appears to be that WinXP expanding of a compressed folder can not expand the tuscany_sca_cpp-0.1.incubating-M1-src.zip (despite the fact that it was used to create the zip in the first place!). This zip can be successfully extracted using WinZip or even jar -xf so I am not going to

Re: C++ M1 Release Candidate

2006-07-06 Thread Edward Slattery
Ive downloaded and built the src distro on Windows using the command line, devstudio6 and devstudio7. The builds all work fine, but the calculator sample on studio7 only half works as the project descriptions are missing some of the proxies/wrappers. Add works but Div doesnt. Im just going to fix

Re: C++ M1 Release Candidate

2006-07-06 Thread Pete Robbins
OK... there are a couple of fixes for VC7 compilation plus some copyright/licence issues that will be resolved. I will respin the distro in the next few hours and put up the candidate for a vote. On 06/07/06, Edward Slattery [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Ive downloaded and built the src distro on

Re: C++ M1 Release Candidate

2006-07-06 Thread Luciano Resende
Hi Pete I took sometime to look at the C++ M1 Release candidate and I have the following feedback... Please keep in mind that my C++ skills is not one of my biggest strengths as of today, so, some feedback might be due to lack of involvement with C++ for couple of years... Also note that I

C++ M1 Release Candidate

2006-07-05 Thread Pete Robbins
I have posted a candidate for the first C++ release here. http://people.apache.org/~robbinspg/RC1 Would all interested parties take some time to review this so that we can either re-spin the release or vote on it asap. The website documentation is out of date and will be re-written to sync