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    Default Problem running nant on Spring.NET-2.0.0-M1

    Hy Guys,

    Firstly, sorry for my english!

    Secondly, I'm problem running "NAnt" in root folder of Spring version Spring.NET-2.0.0-M1. Looking in execution console, there is some problem trying build \Spring.NET-2.0.0-M1\Spring.NET\src\Spring\Spring.Scheduling.Quartz2 0\Spring.Scheduling.Quartz20.build.

    There are many erros and several related with Quartz namespace.

    Someone went through this problem?

    Thks!

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    The CI builds (https://build.springsource.org/browse/SPRNET) all run the same NANT build script and they are presently GREEN so we know they work with the content in the github repo as of NOW. Its possible however that something has gone awry in the packaging of the 'official' M1 download and that something is missing from the package that is properly in the repo. How/where did you acquire the M1 release?

    -Steve B.

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    Hi, Steve

    I'm downloading from home of the official site.

    "ANNOUNCEMENT:

    Dear Spring Community,

    We are pleased to announce that the M1 (Milestone 1) release of Spring .NET 2.0.0 is now available.

    Download | Community"

    http://www.springsource.com/download...ect=Spring.NET

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    Sounds like something may be wrong in the way that download was packaged (e.g.., something that is required may not have been bundled up with it. I will download it myself and try to build from just the contents of that package in order to determine whether its something missing from the packaging process or something that's different betw your computer and mine that I may have overlooked somewhere.

    In the mean time, if you visit the github repo (http://github.com/springsource/spring-net) you can pull down the master branch and *that* should build for you. Its a touch different than the M1 release, but should build and all tests are passing so its entirely usable to evaluate, etc. if you're pressed for time.

    I'll let you know the results of my attempting to build from the official M1 package ASAP.

    Thanks,
    -Steve B>

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