On Wednesday, March 16, 2011, at 10:15 am, Sanne Grinovero wrote:
> I really wanted to merge my super-trivial patch using the new JUnit4
> capabilities, but I'm having some issues in building core.
> (after solving the OOM issues with the annotation processor)
> It doesn't find the ANTLR generated files, hence I can't run my test
> as it has a compile failure.
Same thing with the older Maven builds. You have to manually run the antlr
generation task. You could set that up to run on build, but personally I
prefer to run that stuff manaully when needed. Up to you.
By the way, same in eclipse.
Thanks didn't know it needed a manual step. Actually in eclipse it was
generated automatically by triggering Maven's ANTLR plugin, and I expected IDEA
to have something similar.
I might have backed off from IDEA quickly returning to command line /
Eclipse alternatives as I'm not comfortable with it's interface yet.
> the configuration files generated by gradle are totally wrong, but I
> could fix them by hand.
> Now Eclipse refuses to compile the project as there's a circular
> dependency: the testsuite from hibernate-core depends on the
> hibernate-testing module, which in turn depends on hibernate-core.
This was intentional. Both gradle and intellij can handle this. I asked max
and he said that such a set up was in some way workable.
I dont understand what is so foreign about this "circularity". Look at it at
the task level. You compile hibernate-core/src/main; you compile hibernate-
testing/src/main; you compile hibernate-core/src/test. Yes there is
"circularity" if you look strictly at this in terms of modules. But in terms
of tasks and source sets there is not.
Yes that seems a resonable plan if you look at it as being three modules.
But eclipse is having a different concept, if will join the classpath
of test and main of each project, so it creates a two way dependency
and then bails out with critical complaints.
I guess IDEA is much smarted but it still provides a warning.
> Reopening in IntelliJ to figure out why it seemed to almost work
> In fact, it's showing a warning about circular dependencies, but
> somehow it can work around it.
Make sure the dep in hibernate-core on hibernate-testing is "Compile" scope.
I didn't change any code, this is the master state as opened in Idea
after "./gradlew idea"
> 3) Command line
> ./gradlew clean build
> Gets me 100 compile errors, related to the usage of @Override in the
> generated code, I guess Gradle could also somehow could workaround the
> dependency circularity but didn't set the compiler to Java6
Are you running gradle with Java 6?
Can't get that wrong as I don't have Java5 on my disk.
thanks you for the ideas, setting up antlr in IDEA is good enough for now.
Steve Ebersole <steve(a)hibernate.org>
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