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    My bad, after checking ant build xml, I found I...

    My bad, after checking ant build xml, I found I forgot to add class path. But still there is no java class file in bin/mondrian/gui.
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    $ cat .git/HEAD ref: refs/heads/3.5 $ git...

    $ cat .git/HEAD
    ref: refs/heads/3.5

    $ git status
    # On branch 3.5
    # Untracked files:
    # (use "git add <file>..." to include in what will be committed)
    #
    # junit-results/
    # ...
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    I also tried "ant workbench-dist", but no luck....

    I also tried "ant workbench-dist", but no luck. There is also no java class file in lib/workbench.jar in zipped file workbench.zip. So the workbench.jar in workbench.zip cannot work either.
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    "ant workbench" failed

    I'm building Mondrian 3.5, executing "ant" and "ant war" succeeded, but executing "ant workbench" failed. The message of executing "ant workbench" is "BUILD SUCCESSFUL", but there is no java class...
  5. I also have this problem, I find that...

    I also have this problem, I find that log4j-1.2.8.jar comes from jpivot-1.8.0-100420.war, this war file is extracted and its content is zipped into mondrian.war during build. Maybe ant build script...
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