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From: Christopher Cain [mailto:ccain(at)mhsoftware(dot)com]
Sent: Thursday, October 19, 2000 10:51 PM
Subject: Re: [INTERFACES] Ant Packaging - Was: building
Mark's assessment is pretty much mirrors my thinking. On several of the
projects I've installed, you simply pass the build parameters directly
to the shell file (i.e. "./build.sh jar" or "./build.sh docs"). In this
case, it would probably be something like "./build.sh jdbc2".
I, too, have only used Ant under Linux, but I was going to try a Tomcat
install (which usese Ant) on an NT machine soon anyway (just to test
compatibility, mind you ;-). I'll go ahead and do that today or tomorrow
and see if I run across any issues. I haven't seen any issues on any of
the Jakarta lists, however, so it should be fine.
At this point it sounds like there are no objections to at least
offering an Ant distro in addition to the make version (assuming
success, of course). N'est pas?
PM: Yes, I wouldn't get rid of the Makefile for at least 7.1. Perhaps, if
ANT is ok, and goes well for the 7.1.x series, then it would be possible to
then replace Makefile with a simple one that just calls ANT anyhow.
Mark Dzmura wrote:
> Peter Mount wrote:
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