Thanks to Darren who added some notes on it, there may be hope yet! (I copy things things here to my blog in case the original sources disappear as many others have done… :-()
And Darren, yes it did help very much!
For anyone interested, I’ve worked out how to get Cairngen running
on Tiger. It probably works for Leopard too. It wasn’t easy as there’s
no (official) JRE 1.6 available but now I’ve got there, it’s reasonably
straightforward. You just have to add BSF, Rhino and Commons-Logging
jars to your Ant classpath. Like so:
1. Download and copy bsf.jar and js.jar to your Ant lib directory. Get them here:
2. In Eclipse-&gt;Preferences-&gt;Ant-&gt;Runtime-&gt;Classpath, add
the 2 jars above (Add External JARs button), as well as
org.apache.commons.logging._*.jar (which should already be in your
Eclipse plugins directory). I’ve added them to Ant Home Entries which
works for me.
That’s really all there is to it. Then, as Eric says, you have to
run the appropriate targets in your Ant build file if you want to
create delegates, events, vo’s, etc. I couldn’t find an explanation as
to the best way to do this so I just added the targets to line 63 of
build.xml so it’s now:
depends=”log, create-model-locator, create-front-controller,
I hope this helps.