I fixed the first compilation problem; in three places there was code like this:
std::istream stream = std::istream(&streamBuffer);
which is illegal (at least according to gcc) because it implicitly uses a
private copy-constructor on ios_base. Changing it to this:
fixed the compilation error and is slightly more efficient anyway. I have
committed this change.
The next compilation error involved the class org.zorbaxquery.api.intArray. As
far as I could make out this class wasn't actually used anyway, so I removed
the import from java/ZorbaInputWrapper.java and the %array_class() declaration
in zorba_api.i. I did not commit these changes, though, because I wasn't sure
they were good.
However, even with that the branch still doesn't build. On the RQ machine I get
In member function ‘virtual void SwigDirector_ZorbaIOStream::write(const
error: cannot convert ‘_jbyteArray*’ to ‘_jstring*’ in assignment
On my own machine, I don't get that, but it is failing when trying to compile
the .java files for zorba_xqj.jar - it can't find the symbols for classes like
"XQuery", "DynamicContext", and others. I haven't previously tried compiling
the swig stuff on my machine so it's possible I'm missing some dependency
there, but for now I can't debug any further.
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