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##
## DO NOT EDIT THIS FILE.
##
## To update the properties of this file, create a separate properties file
## named "build.${user.name}.properties" with the properties to overwrite.
##
##
## Application Server
##
#
# The default settings are for Tomcat. Additional settings are left
# commented out as examples.
#
#
# Specify the paths to an unzipped Geronimo bundle.
#
#app.server.type=geronimo
#app.server.dir=${project.dir}/../bundles/geronimo-2.2.0
#app.server.deploy.dir=${app.server.dir}/deploy
#app.server.lib.global.dir=${app.server.dir}/var/shared/lib
#app.server.portal.dir=${app.server.dir}/deploy/liferay-portal.war
#
# Specify the paths to an unzipped Glassfish bundle.
#
#app.server.type=glassfish
#app.server.dir=${project.dir}/../bundles/glassfish-3.0.0
#app.server.deploy.dir=${app.server.dir}/autodeploy
#app.server.lib.global.dir=${app.server.dir}/domains/domain1/lib
#app.server.portal.dir=${app.server.dir}/domains/domain1/applications/liferay-portal
#
# Specify the paths to an unzipped JBoss bundle.
#
#app.server.type=jboss
#app.server.dir=${project.dir}/../bundles/jboss-7.0.1
#app.server.deploy.dir=${app.server.dir}/standalone/deployments
#app.server.lib.global.dir=${app.server.dir}/modules/com/liferay/portal/main
#app.server.portal.dir=${app.server.dir}/standalone/deployments/ROOT.war
#
# Specify the paths to an unzipped Jetty bundle.
#
#app.server.type=jetty
#app.server.dir=${project.dir}/../bundles/jetty-6.1.23
#app.server.deploy.dir=${app.server.dir}/webapps
#app.server.lib.global.dir=${app.server.dir}/lib/liferay
#app.server.portal.dir=${app.server.dir}/webapps/root
#
# Specify the paths to an unzipped JOnAS bundle.
#
#app.server.type=jonas
#app.server.dir=${project.dir}/../bundles/jonas-5.1.1
#app.server.deploy.dir=${app.server.dir}/deploy
#app.server.lib.global.dir=${app.server.dir}/lib/ext
#app.server.portal.dir=${app.server.dir}/deploy/liferay-portal.war
#
# Specify the paths to an unzipped Resin bundle.
#
#app.server.type=resin
#app.server.dir=${project.dir}/../bundles/resin-3.1.9
#app.server.deploy.dir=${app.server.dir}/webapps
#app.server.lib.global.dir=${app.server.dir}/ext-lib
#app.server.portal.dir=${app.server.dir}/webapps/ROOT
#
# Specify the paths to an unzipped Tomcat bundle.
#
app.server.type=tomcat
app.server.dir=${project.dir}/../bundles/tomcat-7.0.23
app.server.deploy.dir=${app.server.dir}/webapps
app.server.lib.global.dir=${app.server.dir}/lib/ext
app.server.portal.dir=${app.server.dir}/webapps/ROOT
##
## Auto Deploy
##
#
# Plugins will be deployed to this directory. Make sure that Liferay is
# also set to scan this directory.
#
auto.deploy.dir=${app.server.dir}/../deploy
#
# Set this to true if deployed WARs are unpacked. Set this to false your
# application server has concurrency issues with deploying large WARs.
#
auto.deploy.unpack.war=true
#
# Set this to true if you want the deployer to rename portlet.xml to
# portlet-custom.xml. This is only needed when deploying the portal on
# WebSphere 6.1.x with a version before 6.1.0.7 because WebSphere's portlet
# container will try to process a portlet at the same time that Liferay is
# trying to process a portlet.
#
auto.deploy.custom.portlet.xml=false
##
## Compiler
##
ant.build.javac.source=1.5
ant.build.javac.target=1.5
#javac.compiler=modern
javac.compiler=org.eclipse.jdt.core.JDTCompilerAdapter
javac.debug=on
javac.deprecation=off
javac.encoding=ISO-8859-1
javac.nowarn=on
##
## Database
##
#
# Set the database name used by the SQL scripts.
#
database.name=lportal
#
# Set the database server types to build SQL scripts for.
#
database.types=db2,derby,firebird,hypersonic,informix,ingres,interbase,jdatastore,mysql,oracle,postgresql,sap,sqlserver,sybase
#database.types=mysql
##
## Extension Environment
##
#ext.work.dir=
##
## JUnit
##
junit.debug.jpda=
#junit.debug.jpda=-agentlib:jdwp=transport=dt_socket,address=8000,server=y,suspend=y
##
## Libraries
##
required.portal.jars=commons-logging.jar,log4j.jar,util-bridges.jar,util-java.jar,util-taglib.jar
##
## Operating Systems
##
os.apple=Mac OS X
os.unix=Linux,FreeBSD,Solaris,SunOS
os.windows=Windows 95,Windows 98,Windows NT,Windows 2000,Windows 2003,Windows XP,Windows Vista,Windows 7
##
## Plugins
##
#
# Set the excludes and includes attributes. These attributes are read when
# you run "ant" from the layouttpl, portlets, or themes directory. By
# default, the ant task will go through every subdirectory. Setting these
# attributes can limit it to just the plugins you're working on.
#
plugins.excludes=
plugins.includes=*
#
# Set the excludes and includes attributes for converting a bundle that has
# the portal and a set of deployed plugins into an EAR file. The web
# applications that match these attributes will be included into the
# generated liferay-portal.ear via the command "ant ear".
#
# For example, if you are using Tomcat, then the directory specified in
# the property "app.server.deploy.dir" will point to
# ${app.server.dir}/webapps by default. Running "ant ear" will create an EAR
# based on all the WARs in that directory with names that match the excludes
# and includes from these two properties.
#
plugins.ear.excludes=
plugins.ear.includes=tunnel-web
##
## Version
##
#
# Set the version of Liferay Portal that these plugins are designed for.
#
lp.version=6.1.0
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