Posted by mortazavi
on May 5, 2009 at 9:28 PM PDT
On this MacBook Pro laptop I'm currently using (2.5 GHz, intel Core 2 Duo, 4GB 667 MHz DDR2 SDRAM, Mac OS-X 10.5.6), with lots of other apps running, it took exactly 43 seconds to build the Apache Derby database.
Apache Derby is the cauldron where Sun and other Apache participants forge what later becomes "Java DB" a database shipped with every copy of the JDK!
It was amazing that unlike years past, the only commands I needed to execute on this laptop to get source and do a build where these:
svn co https://svn.apache.org/repos/asf/db/derby/code/trunk derby2009
ant -quiet buildsource
All other software, including ant and svn as well as all the libraries, already existed on this laptop.
Total time: 43 seconds
The jars took 14 seconds to put together!
ant -quiet buildjars
Total time: 14 seconds
The build instructions modestly point out that we need to wait a bit longer for the Javadocs:
ant -quiet javadoc
Total time: 1 minute 46 seconds
A simple verification
java -jar jars/sane/derbyrun.jar sysinfo
reminds the user politely what has been built:
10.6.0.0 alpha - (772044)
You can also build the development tests and test Derby .
A "derbyall" test took my machine about 44 minutes to execute:
Test Run Started: 2009-05-06 12:54:43.0
Test Run Duration: 00:44:47
663 Tests Run
96% Pass (640 tests passed)
4% Fail (23 tests failed)
15 Suites skipped
Of course, this is for an alpha branch.
Ultimately, to build Derby, you should use the definitive guidelines .