Bugzilla – Bug 3571
ant not found during install
Last modified: 2007-08-30 12:12:35
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even if ANT_PATH is set correctly, and is not found during later install steps.
It is expected to exist in $PATH. See for example
Hence, postinstall fails.
Ah, BTW: version 4.0.0 :-)
Was not selectable as version in bugtrack?
Re-assigning over to GRAM so they can check for ANT in the expected way.
If this isn't fixed already, it probabaly ought to be. Setting target to 4.2.
this bug is assigned to me now. Do you still run into this problem?
At least I can't see anything suspicious regarding ANT in
$GLOBUS_LOCATION/setup/globus/setup-gram-manager.pl +25 (GT 4.0.4)
Subject: Re: ant not found during install
"Opened: 2005-07-18 05:29"
Aehm, no I do not have that problem anymore, I stopped
Really, that is _quite_ a while ago, isn't it?
Well, I understand that end user support is a bottomless pit...
Anyway, I have other trouble meanwhile with the latest
Globus version. What is the approximate turn-around time
if I'd submit new bug reports?
Quoting [email@example.com] (Mar 05 2007):
> Subject: [Bug 3571] ant not found during install
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> From: email@example.com
> firstname.lastname@example.org changed:
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> Status|NEW |ASSIGNED
> ------- Comment #4 from email@example.com 2007-03-05 12:54 -------
> this bug is assigned to me now. Do you still run into this problem?
> At least I can't see anything suspicious regarding ANT in
> $GLOBUS_LOCATION/setup/globus/setup-gram-manager.pl +25 (GT 4.0.4)
> ------- You are receiving this mail because: -------
> You reported the bug, or are watching the reporter.
well, yes, it took a while for me to answer, but this
bug was opened when i didn't even work for Globus.
So i took it from another person who left our team.
And i see myself answering late again :-(
Somehow i missed your response in the bugzilla e-mail stream.
So i'll close this one.
There's no general turn-around time for bugs. It always
depends on how critical the issue is and what else is going
In any case i would recommend our e-mail lists as first entry
point; normally you get answers more quickly there. And if it's
really a bug more people will know of it's existence then.
Again: sorry for the delay!