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RE: Question about UnicodeData.txt data file
- From: "Patrick Ellis" <Patrick dot Ellis at sas dot com>
- To: <tromey at redhat dot com>
- Cc: "Mauve News Group (E-mail)" <mauve-discuss at sources dot redhat dot com>
- Date: Thu, 7 Nov 2002 16:15:30 -0500
- Subject: RE: Question about UnicodeData.txt data file
Is there anyway in the configure file to set the relative path to <.>
instead of the absolute path?
I know in the config.java file srcdir can be changed but is there
a way to set this during configuration?
From: Tom Tromey [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Thursday, November 07, 2002 10:53 AM
To: Patrick Ellis
Subject: Re: Question about UnicodeData.txt data file
>>>>> "Patrick" == Patrick Ellis <Patrick.Ellis@sas.com> writes:
Please CC the list. Sometimes I neglect email that gets sorted into
the `private' mailbox.
Patrick> So if we have JDK 1.4.1 on Linux, Windows and VMS, are you
Patrick> saying that we still must compile on all three hosts rather
Patrick> than compile once and run "everywhere"? It seems that Mauve
Patrick> hardcodes the full pathname of the .txt and .data files based
Patrick> on the platform I've compiled (e.g.,
Patrick> /users/id/mauve/.../.../UnicodeData.txt). And obviously the
Patrick> pathnames on all three systems are constructed very
Out of the box, Mauve does what it does. You can always write your
own test harness; we did that for libgcj testing. You could subclass
SimpleTestHarness and rewrite getResourceStream or getSourceDirectory
to do whatever you like. Or you can rewrite config.java and recompile
it on each platform. If you come up with a generically useful patch,
send it to the list.