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Netbeans With Ant won't even compile its own default servlet

 
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I have a new instillation of Netbeans, running Tomcat. Netbeans will not even
compile its own default servlet with ant. I have tried different machines, different
installations.

The error message is:

-Xbootclasspath/p: not allowed with target 12

in build.wml we have:

<condition else="" property="endorsed.classpath.cmd.line.arg" value="-Xbootclasspath/p:'${toString:endorsed.classpath.path}'">
           <and>
               <isset property="endorsed.classpath"/>
               <length length="0" string="${endorsed.classpath}" when="greater"/>
           </and>
       </condition>

I think that is where the problem is, could be somewhere else.

Any Help?

Thanks
 
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Wow, Tim,

Thanks for the quick reply,
I will look at this now.

Thanks
 
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