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> We Cannot Build The Test Jar Unless Junit Is Present
We Cannot Build The Test Jar Unless Junit Is Present
GBiz is too! Latest News Stories: Docker 1.0Heartbleed Redux: Another Gaping Wound in Web Encryption UncoveredThe Next Circle of Hell: Unpatchable SystemsGit 2.0.0 ReleasedThe Linux Foundation Announces Core Infrastructure If you are using a nightly build of Ant 1.5 after 2001-12-14, you can use the built-in MailLogger: ant -logger org.apache.tools.ant.listener.MailLogger See the Listeners & Loggers documentation for details on the But the backward compatibility problems were not noticed until after Ant 1.6.0 was released. There are a couple of solutions available: Put the same condition on each of the dependent targets. his comment is here
You may also use an absolute file: protocol URI.) In combination with a DTD, this would look like this: ]> How do I include an XML snippet in my build file? Say you have . See our Having Problems?
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Ant is not the only tool that expects a source-tree layout like this. Note: Recompile with -Xlint:deprecation for details. How do I pass parameters from the command line to my build file? Let's see what happens when you load the task.
and am having > some difficulties in getting the source code compiled. > > I'm seeing several compilation errors but looks like they all stem > from: > -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= > Severity as well as running the tests. > > > > When you have a chance, would you please respond to this email and help me out. > > > > Thanks, SourceForge Browse Enterprise Blog Deals Help Create Log In or Join Solution Centers Go Parallel Resources Newsletters Cloud Storage Providers Business VoIP Providers Internet Speed Test Call Center Providers Thanks for You signed out in another tab or window.
The seemingly tricky part is preserving the non-empty directories, which Ant includes in the directory scan. ca> Date: 2008-01-24 21:22:09 Message-ID: 47990181.8000302 () eastlink ! But I guess, for now, it wouldn't hurt to not have these test classes. Why doesn't (X)Emacs/vi/MacOS X's project builder correctly parse the error messages generated by Ant?
does any one have any idea what little thing that i am missing? Cheers Kal On Thu, Apr 10, 2008 at 10:46 PM, Suhas R. To make Ant autodetect Emacs' compile mode, put this into your .antrc (contributed by Ville Skyttä). # Detect (X)Emacs compile mode if [ "$EMACS" = "t" ] ; then ANT_ARGS="$ANT_ARGS -emacs" Unlike the snippets used with entity includes, the referenced files have to be complete Ant build files, though.
If you extract (or just check) the archive with jar, you will see that the names have the correct case. Warning: skipping jar archive /private/tmp/tmp8qGrFN-buildout-ant/apache-ant-1.7.0/build/lib/ant-antlr.jar because no files were included. I'd downloaded the code from TM4J 0.9.7 . Here the alternative suggested by the manual: Instead of relying on container specific JSP-compilers we suggest deploying the raw files (*.jsp) and use the container build-in functions: after deploying run a
The syntax of that file is the same. and am having > some difficulties in getting the source code compiled. > > I'm seeing several compilation errors but looks like they all stem > from: > -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= > Severity add the junit.jar to the classpath 2. weblink remove the class that loads the external library from the CLASSPATH.
Copying 4 files to /private/tmp/tmp8qGrFN-buildout-ant/apache-ant-1.7.0/build/classes Copying 2 files to /private/tmp/tmp8qGrFN-buildout-ant/apache-ant-1.7.0/build/classes Copying 2 files to /private/tmp/tmp8qGrFN-buildout-ant/apache-ant-1.7.0/build/classes/org/apache/tools/an \ t/taskdefs/optional/junit/xsl jars: Copying 5 files to /private/tmp/tmp8qGrFN-buildout-ant/apache-ant-1.7.0/build Copying 1 file to /private/tmp/tmp8qGrFN-buildout-ant/apache-ant-1.7.0/build Building jar: /private/tmp/tmp8qGrFN-buildout-ant/apache-ant-1.7.0/build/lib/ant-launcher.jar extension-point doesn't work with import like the documentation states. Ant Version Minimum Java Version 1.1 up to 1.5.4 1.1 1.6.0 up to 1.6.5 1.2 1.7.0 up to 1.7.1 1.3 1.8.0 up to 1.8.3 1.4 Any 1.9.x release and the git
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With , which needs external libraries, you can do With AntContrib (external task library) you can do . Env. I could imagine trying to explain this in a BUILD file, since a fair number of people tend to cut their teeth on the management of Java libraries by starting with I'm still unsure as to why would it fail to compile EclipseProjectTest.java.
I also tried compiling "apache-ant-1.7.0" project but that too didn't create the class file. > > > > Is there any particular ordering I should follow when including the jar files Mehta - 2008-04-10 21:48:39 Attachments: Message as HTML No issues, Kal and I certainly appreciate your response and help. JDeveloper?) and anything else you think might > help us get to the bottom of the compilation problem > > Cheers > > Kal > > On Tue, Apr 8, 2008 check over here As of Ant 1.7 no longer requires you to have junit.jar in Ant's startup classpath even if ant-junit.jar is present there.
For older versions of Ant, you can use a custom BuildListener that sends out an email in the buildFinished() method. This causes some small but notable differences between Ant 1.5.x and 1.6.x. According to Ant's original author, James Duncan Davidson, the name is an acronym for "Another Neat Tool". i don't > > > > know what the ant commands/scripts are supposed to look > like.
If you want to add a new question, please submit a patch against this document to one of Ant's mailing lists; hopefully, the structure is self-explanatory. If you are using a version of Ant 1.3 or earlier, the way to work with all other cases is to chain targets together to determine the specific state you want remove the dependancy from the build.xml file > > > > the second one works, of course. > > > > the first one doesn't... I also tried compiling "*apache-ant-1.7.0*" > project but that too didn't create the class file. > > Is there any particular ordering I should follow when including > the jar files
How do I create new tasks?