posted by Paul Libbrecht at Dec 10, 2007 4:35 PMQuote
Boy, yes… I got the "anonymous download" to work (with my user-name). A bit touchy....As for the zip download, could that be related to the fact that, in order to produce a zip, you need a write space on some disk ??paul
posted by Sebastien Jourdain at Dec 10, 2007 3:54 PMQuote
For the anonymous error:Is your directory /tmp/libresource exist ?
- If not create it.
- If so, then remove the directory /tmp/libresource/.so6 (It seems that the application try to use the old user setting)
posted by Paul Libbrecht at Dec 10, 2007 3:31 PMQuote
Hello Sébastien,the problem with both methods can be seen on the following video. Note that it has a sound-track but unfortunately the input was wrong… http://klein.activemath.org/~paul/tmp/LSsrc-noZIP-noDownload.mov hope it clarifies my issues. paul
posted by Sebastien Jourdain at Dec 10, 2007 12:37 PMQuote
The anonymous download allow you to get the content of a synchronizer without creating a workspace. You can let the login/password blank (or just login=guest) if the synchronizer allow guest user to update themselves, otherwise you will need to give your ID.I agree that anonymous access is not appropriate, but this access has been made for not registered person like anonymous.
posted by Paul Libbrecht at Dec 6, 2007 12:01 AMQuote
> On the browse tab you can export the content of a synchronizer as a zip ? Is it what you ask for ?yes but:"You have not the required ! Kernel:UPDATE ! permission at URI /home/development/lastBuildSrc"(also, this should be on the front, not in the browse)paul
posted by Sebastien Jourdain at Dec 5, 2007 5:07 PMQuote
On the browse tab you can export the content of a synchronizer as a zip ? Is it what you ask for ?What I was saying, is the latest source from the synchronizer are not the latest source. The latest source are the one available under the 2.3 release, which is not officially released… (But can be found) And they all are available as a zip file...And the zip that I gave you only need the jar that are available in the webstart of any libresource instance.Seb
posted by Paul Libbrecht at Dec 5, 2007 4:49 PMQuote
Well, I wanted to have the *latest sources*. The zip with the ant tasks you made me actually depend on some other trees.So the reason I am asking for a zip is that it would be simpler to download a zip of the source tree than trying to run a jnlp which, in my case, just crashes. I think it would also be a useful feature (e.g. for folks who do not want to run jnlp for some reasons).paul
posted by Sebastien Jourdain at Dec 5, 2007 4:46 PMQuote
latest update ? (From the synchro?)I would recommend to donwload the packaged version… For the jars, you can get them from our server.
posted by Sebastien Jourdain at Dec 4, 2007 12:49 PMQuote
Normaly in the source header it should refer to QPL.This source package should be inside the Libresource sources. And by now, there is no public specific synchronizer of it. Your are basically the first one in the community to ask for it. For our custumer, they have it in a binary format on there CD.
posted by Paul Libbrecht at Dec 4, 2007 11:20 AMQuote
Erm thanks...isn't there public synchronizer about it ?I wish not to be picky but such a download is a nice one-shot-hint which might lack something more long term. For example… there's no license in this archive.thanks!paul
posted by Paul Libbrecht at Dec 4, 2007 10:41 AMQuote
Couldn't find these.Basically, I have only two places to search for:
- the Latest Sources synchronizer view (in this Libresource)… the names task or ant don't appear there. There seems, also to be almost only adapter classes for so6
- the jars in my Libresource 2.2 installation, there's 3 or 4 jars that bear the name so6 and none seem to contain a class with name task or ant...