build j2se project in netbeans 5.5.1
Jonathan.Gibbons at Sun.COM
Thu Jul 12 17:07:32 UTC 2007
As a general rule, to override the default value of a variable like
BOOTDIR in the Makefiles, you should set the ALT_xxx environment
variable before running make -- in this case, that would be ALT_BOOTDIR.
-- Jon G.
On Jul 12, 2007, at 1:00 AM, Anthony Petrov wrote:
> Hi Zhang,
> First of all, I believe that the nb-projects-dev@ mailing list is
> more appropriate for such questions.
> AFAIK the NetBeans projects are currently supported by the NetBeans
> 6 beta only. They might not work in the current stable versions of
> the NetBeans. Please install the latest beta version of the
> NetBeans 6 and try again.
> best regards,
> On 07/12/2007 11:16 AM zhang Jackie wrote:
>> I hava downloaded the latest version openjdk, follow the
>> instruction of http://nb-openjdk.netbeans.org/get-and-build.html.
>> (1)But all project name is ???, even if it became ??? again after
>> I changed it.
>> (1) when I build the j2se project , warnings such as follows
>> always exists.
>> *Warning: falling back to building against /usr/local/jdk1.6.0
>> Please define bootstrap.jdk=.../recent/jdk7/snapshot in /home/
>> jackie/.openjdk/build.properties or /home/jackie/netbeansWorkSpace/
>> build.properties Entering directory `/home/jackie/
>> (3) when build j2se, Bootstrap Settings are as follows:
>> *Bootstrap Settings:
>> BOOTDIR = /NO_BOOTDIR
>> ALT_BOOTDIR =
>> BOOT_VER = /bin/sh: /NO_BOOTDIR/bin/java: No such file or
>> directory [requires at least 1.5]
>> OUTPUTDIR = ./../build/linux-i586
>> ALT_OUTPUTDIR =
>> ABS_OUTPUTDIR = /home/jackie/netbeansWorkSpace/openjdk/j2se/
>> how can I change *BOOTDIR ?*
>> ** ** Do someone can fix my problems? thanks.
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