xalanj on Snow Leopard and 1.8 - Very long build process
mvfranz at gmail.com
Mon Sep 7 06:15:06 PDT 2009
It finally finished after 90 minutes. I will retry with the debug switch.
I do not remember how log it took on leopard, but I am sure even 10 minutes
On Mon, Sep 7, 2009 at 8:13 AM, Ryan Schmidt <ryandesign at macports.org>wrote:
> On Sep 6, 2009, at 22:56, Michael Franz wrote:
> I upgraded from Tiger to Snow Leopard. I uninstalled all ports and
>> removed macports 1.7 (followed the FAQ instructions). Installed the Snow
>> Leopard Xcode. Installed macports 1.8 (Snow Leopard version). I then tried
>> to install xalanj. xercesj installed fine, but the xalanj build has been
>> running for almost an hour.
>> 2544 ttys000 0:07.95 /usr/bin/tclsh /opt/local/bin/port install xalanj
>> 2708 ttys000 0:00.00 sh -c cd
>> && ant all docs javadocs
>> 2709 ttys000 0:20.73
>> /System/Library/Frameworks/JavaVM.framework/Home/bin/java -classpath
>> /usr/share/ant/lib/ant-launcher.jar -Dant.home=/usr/share/ant
>> -Dant.library.dir=/usr/share/ant/lib -Djikes.class.p
>> 2724 ttys000 52:30.53
>> -breakiterator -d
>> Is there anyway to figure out what is happening? I had no problem with
>> this on Tiger and Leopard.
> It built for me in under ten minutes on Snow Leopard (I didn't time it).
> You can look at Activity Monitor to see if any processes are using the CPU
> heavily, which would indicate something is still going on.
> MacPorts will tell you what it's doing if you use the debug switch, but if
> you did not start port with the debug switch, there isn't a way to make it
> now start showing that information. You would have to cancel the port
> install attempt and try again. You can add the debug switch now:
> sudo port -d install xalanj
> If it gets stuck at some point you should now be able to see it.
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