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 First things first, you will need to have subversion installed on your local machine. You can get it from the Subversion [site|http://subversion.tigris.org/].
  
 Next step is to check out the latest code from the respository.
  Next step is to check out the latest code from the [iBATIS respository|http://svn.apache.org/repos/asf/ibatis/trunk].
  
%> svn \-co [http://svn.apache.org/repos/asf/ibatis/trunk]
  {code:none}%> svn -co http://svn.apache.org/repos/asf/ibatis/trunk{code}
  
 At this point you should have the entire directory structure starting with trunk in your working directory.
  
%> cd trunk/java/mapper/mapper2/build
  {code:none}%> cd trunk/java/mapper/mapper2/build{code}
  
 You are now in the build directory. There are multiple scripts in this directory for building ibatis.
 {info:title=Building with Java 1.5}
 You will need to obtain an implementation of xalan. I would suggest downloading the version from [http://xml.apache.org/xalan-j/].
  
 Copy the xalan.jar and serializer.jar files into the trunk/java/mapper/mapper2/devlib directory.
 {info}
 Now just run the build.sh file:
  
%> ./build.sh
  {code:none}%> ./build.sh{code}
  
 The default build target is 'all', but you can run different targets by passing the name to the build.sh file. For example, to run the 'clean' target, you would do this:
  
%> ./build.sh clean
  {code:none}%> ./build.sh clean{code}
  
 You get the picture :-)
  
 Have fun\!
  Have fun!
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