thanks for the quick answer. I put the OS X version in the wrapper directory, and it works
almost out of the box. There is just one little thing:
On Mac OS X the native library has the extension ".jnilib", not ".so".
I changed the wrapper/build.xml to be able to use a plattform dependent file extension
defined in the wrapper.dist.properties (see attached patch file). I also attached a
wrapper.dist.properties file for OS X for your reference.
On 09.12.2009, at 16:46, Martijn Brinkers wrote:
Djigzo has not yet been tested on OSX. You can download a Java wrapper for OSX from
I do not have a MAC available so I cannot test it but I can help you with it.
PS you are right in that it should probably be "Djigzo should probably run on all
systems that support Java" :)
Rainer Frey wrote:
I tried to install the tar.gz on Mac OS X, but the ant call fails with:
[echo] Trying to load 'wrapper.dist.Mac OS X.i386.properties'
/Users/rainer/Projects/djigzo/djigzo/build.xml:96: The following error occurred while
executing this line:
/Users/rainer/Projects/djigzo/djigzo/wrapper/build.xml:12: wrapper.dist.tar cannot be
determined. Does the property file 'wrapper.dist.Mac OS X.i386.properties' exist?
As djigzo is advertized with "Djigzo runs on all systems that support Java and
Postfix", I think it should be possible to make this work, and I want to try that.
I'm a Java developer, and familiar with and, so a rough guide on what to modify in the
ant files would be enough for me.
So: what wrapper is this (original download), what is it used for, and is it possible to
make djigzo work without it (e.g. directly starting any Java class)?
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