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Problem packing with ant

Mercor Fitzpatrick
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Joined: Aug 21, 2006
Posts: 2
Guys,

I'm having a hard time packing a J2ME application w/ ant.
The scenario is this: my ant does all the job right (compile, preverify, and package w/o warnings or errors). Though, when I deploy and run it on my Nokia 6230 (or emulator) I get the following error message:

java/lang/VerifyError: net/benhui/btgallery/spp_gui/SPP_MIDlet

The funny thing is that when I create a package w/ the EclipseME plug-in, the application runs smoothly.

I would really appreciate if anyone could take a look on the following ant script, and point out what I might be getting wrong.

Regards,
Mercor


<path id="project.classpath">
<pathelement location="lib/jsr082.jar"/> <!-- [jsr082] -->
<pathelement location="lib/cldcapi11.jar"/> <!-- [cldcapi11] -->
<pathelement location="lib/midpapi20.jar"/> <!-- [midpapi20] -->
</path>
<property name="project.classpath" refid="project.classpath"/>

<target name="init" >
<mkdir dir="${TARGET_DIR}"/>
</target>

<target name="compile" depends="init" >
<mkdir dir="${TARGET_DIR}/classes"/>
<javac srcdir="${SRC_DIR}" destdir="${TARGET_DIR}/classes" source="1.3" target="1.1">
<bootclasspath refid="project.classpath"/>
</javac>
</target>

<target name="preverify" depends="compile">
<mkdir dir="${TARGET_DIR}/preverified"/>
<exec executable="${J2ME_HOME}/bin/preverify">
<arg line="-classpath ${project.classpath}"/>
<arg line="-d ${TARGET_DIR}/preverified"/>
<arg line="${TARGET_DIR}/classes"/>
<arg line="-target CLDC1.1"/>
</exec>
</target>

<target name="jar" depends="preverify">
<mkdir dir="${TARGET_DIR}/dist"/>
<jar basedir="${TARGET_DIR}/classes" jarfile="${TARGET_DIR}/dist/BenhuiMIDlet.jar" >
<manifest>
<attribute name="MIDlet-Version" value="1.0.0"/>
<attribute name="MIDlet-Vendor" value="Midlet Suite Vendor"/>
<attribute name="MIDlet-Jar-URL" value="BenhuiMIDlet.jar"/>
<attribute name="MicroEdition-Configuration" value="CLDC-1.1"/>
<attribute name="MicroEdition-Profile" value="MIDP-2.0"/>
<attribute name="MIDlet-1" value="SPP_MIDlet,,net.benhui.btgallery.spp_gui.SPP_MIDlet"/>
<attribute name="MIDlet-Name" value="Midlet Suite"/>
</manifest>
</jar>
<copy file="util/BenhuiMIDlet.jad" tofile="${TARGET_DIR}/dist/BenhuiMIDlet.jad"/>
</target>
Rashid Mayes
Ranch Hand

Joined: Jan 11, 2006
Posts: 160
From a quick glance, it may be that the jar is built from the ${TARGET_DIR}/classes and not from ${TARGET_DIR}/preverified.

I also use ant to package my midlets. Here is the preverify step from one of the build scripts:



In the example above, the jar is created first and the preverify step processes the jar file.


Rashid Mayes
http://www.hostj2me.com/ - http://www.worlddeveloper.org/
Mercor Fitzpatrick
Greenhorn

Joined: Aug 21, 2006
Posts: 2
Thanks Rashid!

I really appreciate the time you took taking a glance at my script... it helped MUCH more than the many hours I had spent in vain searching the web.

Regards,
Mercor
 
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