Old warbler artifacts


#1

Hello,

I recently came back to a project that was deployed with Jruby 1.0.3 +
Goldspike with an earlier version of Warbler. I upgraded to Jruby 1.1.6
and Warbler 0.9.12. I am able to build my war file. However I am getting
a lot of old artifacts included in WEB-INF/lib like
jruby-complete-1.0.3, jruby-complete-1.1RC, and goldspike-1.4.jar. The
war file also includes the updated jruby-complete-1.1.6 and
jruby-rack-0.9.3, but the application won’t run until I delete the old
files.

I vaguely remember customizing my old install to override the versions
of Jruby and Goldspike I was using, but I can’t for the life of me track
down where these old jars are coming from. I’m down to only the 1.1.6
install of Jruby, and I don’t see any of the files in my Rails project.
Any suggestions or insight would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks,

Denny


#2

Crall, Dennis P wrote:

files.

I vaguely remember customizing my old install to override the versions
of Jruby and Goldspike I was using, but I can’t for the life of me track
down where these old jars are coming from. I’m down to only the 1.1.6
install of Jruby, and I don’t see any of the files in my Rails project.
Any suggestions or insight would be greatly appreciated.

Check if you have a .jruby directory and wipe it out if you do. It was a
relic from earlier versions that we used when no jruby home could be
found.

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#3

Charles Oliver N. wrote:

jruby-rack-0.9.3, but the application won’t run until I delete the old
files.

I vaguely remember customizing my old install to override the versions
of Jruby and Goldspike I was using, but I can’t for the life of me
track down where these old jars are coming from. I’m down to only the
1.1.6 install of Jruby, and I don’t see any of the files in my Rails
project. Any suggestions or insight would be greatly appreciated.

Check if you have a .jruby directory and wipe it out if you do. It was a
relic from earlier versions that we used when no jruby home could be found.

Sorry, that’s ~/.jruby

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#4

Thank you. I’m no longer seeing the old jars.

On 2/20/09 4:28 PM, “Charles Oliver N.” removed_email_address@domain.invalid
wrote:

Charles Oliver N. wrote:

jruby-rack-0.9.3, but the application won’t run until I delete the old
files.

I vaguely remember customizing my old install to override the versions
of Jruby and Goldspike I was using, but I can’t for the life of me
track down where these old jars are coming from. I’m down to only the
1.1.6 install of Jruby, and I don’t see any of the files in my Rails
project. Any suggestions or insight would be greatly appreciated.

Check if you have a .jruby directory and wipe it out if you do. It was a
relic from earlier versions that we used when no jruby home could be found.

Sorry, that’s ~/.jruby

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