[kepler-dev] kepler build broken due to changes with ptolemy's port and relation getWidth() function

Tristan King tristan.king at jcu.edu.au
Sun Nov 2 20:27:05 PST 2008

I reverted both kepler and ptolemy back to the day before the change to
ptolemy (which from the logs seems to be the 20th of Nov). I tried to just
put ptolemy back to that date, but there seems to be other changes to kepler
that depend on future ptolemy code.
so from the command line i did:

cd $PTII && svn switch svn+ssh://
source.eecs.berkeley.edu/home/svn/chess/ptII/trunk -r {2008-10-20}

which resulted in ptolemy revision 50844. Then:

cd $KEPLER && svn switch
https://code.kepler-project.org/code/kepler/trunk-r {2008-10-20}

which gave kepler revision 8114. After that "ant full-clean ptolemy jar"
finished succsessfully.

The kepler/ptolemy guys may be able to find more recent revisions that work,
I've wasted too much of the day playing with this already and need to get
onto some real work :).

Hope this helps

On Mon, Nov 3, 2008 at 2:06 PM, <Peter.Fitch at csiro.au> wrote:

> Hi Tristan,
> Good to know.  Do you know which versions of kepler and ptolemy currently
> compile?
> Cheers
> Peter
> On 3/11/08 2:48 PM, "Tristan King" <tristan.king at jcu.edu.au> wrote:
> Hi all,
> Just thought i'd let everyone know that kepler no longer compiles against
> the current trunk of ptolemy.
> I think this brings up a bit of an issue. Is the plan with the kepler trunk
> to always compile against the ptolemy trunk? If not, then the INSTALL.TXT
> file should probably be updated to specify the revision to use, or maybe
> ptolemy should be pulled down by svn external when pulling down kepler (I
> think this may have been discussed tho, and was decided to not be a good
> idea, I don't remember why). an svn external would make sure every kepler
> developer is working with the same revision of ptolemy, and since you can
> specify a specific revision for the external, someone could be responsible
> for integration of new ptolemy revisions into kepler and avoid problems like
> this one.
> Peter Fitch
> Group Leader, Predicting and Reporting Technologies
> CSIRO Land and Water
> Clunies Ross Street
> Black Mountain ACT.
> Telephone: +61 (0)2 6246 5763
> Facsimile: +61 (0)2 6246 5800

Tristan King
Research Officer,
eResearch Centre
James Cook University, Townsville Qld 4811

Phone: +61747816902
E-mail: tristan.king at jcu.edu.au www: http://eresearch.jcu.edu.au
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