UMSBuilder 1.7 is released

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UMSBuilder 1.7 is released

Post by SubJunk » Mon May 05, 2014 1:10 pm

General:

UMSBuilder automatically builds the latest revision of UMS for Windows and Linux.
To use it, simply unzip UMSBuilder and double-click one of the three options.

Note: This will build the program from potentially untested code, so while it should usually be OK there are no guarantees.
If you want stability, download the latest official release from our front page.

Download it here

Changes since 1.6:
  • General:
    • Added a script "Build for Linux on Linux" (thanks, KingWilliam!)
  • External components:
    • Updated Maven to 3.2.1, which:
      • Fixes bugs
    • Updated Java to 1.7.55, which:
      • Improves security

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Re: UMSBuilder 1.7 is released

Post by infidel » Mon May 05, 2014 3:18 pm

Subjunk, Build for Linux on Linux.sh is a bit premature:
  • line endings are Windows, not unix, so it won't execute.
  • the paths in the #Setup env section at the top use backslash instead of fwdslash, so they don't actually point to anything.
  • JAVA_HOME is trying to point to UMSBuilder's jdk, which only has Windows binaries.
If the line endings are fixed, the script works only if the user already has an independant jdk and maven installed on his system, otherwise it errors. With backslashes also fixed and a unix jdk added it will work as intended.

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Re: UMSBuilder 1.7 is released

Post by SubJunk » Mon May 05, 2014 4:27 pm

infidel wrote:Subjunk, Build for Linux on Linux.sh is a bit premature:
  • line endings are Windows, not unix, so it won't execute.
  • the paths in the #Setup env section at the top use backslash instead of fwdslash, so they don't actually point to anything.
  • JAVA_HOME is trying to point to UMSBuilder's jdk, which only has Windows binaries.
If the line endings are fixed, the script works only if the user already has an independant jdk and maven installed on his system, otherwise it errors. With backslashes also fixed and a unix jdk added it will work as intended.
Thanks for the notes, I'll try to fix that now

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Re: UMSBuilder 1.7 is released

Post by KingWilliam » Tue May 06, 2014 9:59 pm

Apologies for the errors!

I indeed had my own JDK installed causing it to just work for me. I'm a bit surprised by the windows line endings though :)

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Re: UMSBuilder 1.7 is released

Post by infidel » Tue May 06, 2014 10:46 pm

No worries, stuff happens as they say :). On the line endings, maybe it had something to do with pastebin. I get a windows version if I press their download button.

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