Rake war......Don't know how to build task 'war'

That is the message when I run rake war to create a war file fo my
application.
I’m using jruby 1.3.1 and warbler 0.9.14.
Perhaps I need to install warbler also as plugin in my application?


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Take a look at Warble’s API: http://caldersphere.rubyforge.org/warbler/

Although it shows as rake on the list of tasks, you should use warble
instead, as in:
“warble war”

Cheers,
Leonardo Borges
www.leonardoborges.com

On Wed, Sep 30, 2009 at 12:34 PM, Mauro [email protected] wrote:


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Leonardo is correct, but you should also know that you can use “rake
war” only if Warbler is installed as a plugin.

/Nick

On Wed, Sep 30, 2009 at 5:40 AM, Leonardo Borges
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Speaking from experience… if you have multiple rails apps installing
Warbler as a plugin can be challenging in terms of managing how you
upgrade jruby… using the warble command is much easier.

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instead, as in:

I’m using jruby 1.3.1 and warbler 0.9.14.


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I think you’re right Jay. Maybe Warbler pluginize should just install
the rake tasks only? Vendoring the entire gem could be left for other
packaging systems such as Bundler.

/Nick

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war" only if Warbler is installed as a plugin.


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In our case that would be more useful. However we have 5 rails apps,
a servlet app, and 3 ruby services that comprise our product… Not
sure how “normal” that is…

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