I got it working thanks to your excellent instructions. Thanks so much
spelling everything out in detail. The dummies approach is exactly what
needed (i.e. creating the ‘log’ directory and deleting the
database_indexes.xml in the WEB-INF folder).
Not sure if you have encountered any problems with warble. Since you
mention it, I thought I should. Although it worked eventually, various
errors appeared randomly and then went away:
cp tmp tmp/war/WEB-INF/tmp
Permission denied - Permission denied - tmp
(See full trace by running task with --trace)
The other one was:
mkdir -p tmp/war/WEB-INF
jar cf yarbl.war -C tmp/war .
split' called for nil:NilClass C:/JRuby120/lib/ruby/gems/1.8/gems/rake-0.8.4/lib/rake/repaired_system.rb: 109:infind_runnable’
Not sure if I should be worried about that for the future but warble’s
behavior does seem unpredictable. I tried two ways of invoking it. The
- as you suggested - was “jruby -S warble”. The second was to install
ruby gem (not JRuby gem) and invoke simply as “warble” inside the yarbl
folder. In both cases I got the errors listed above. And then
didn’t get them any more after repeating the command several times. Very
Anyway, you made my day, Ryan. I had been struggling to figure out why I
couldn’t get it working in Netbeans.
Thanks! I’m excited about getting some code up on App Engine. This is