On Fri, May 04, 2001 at 11:14:07PM +0300, Ned Wolpert wrote:
> > > Yes. I could compile 7.1 with ant 1.3 without a problem.
> > And Sun's JDK 1.3?
Fun. Back on square one. So: on some unknown cases Ant 1.2/1.3
with combination of JDK1.3 will have following problems:
* Ant cannot parse '-option' after target name.
* Ant cannot create .jar without manifest file. (This one
was a pain to find out as the error message was very
One bad Ant in Debian's package. First I thought it is only
Debian specific, but seems its not the case.
My patch does following:
* rearranges ant command line
* specifies manifest file
Is it too much asked to include this upstream? I can ofcourse
continue to spam this list with link to patch.
My conclusion: Ant is nice concept, but still too unstable for
relying on it. *shrug*
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