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From Rajkumar Seth <>
Subject RE: Building files in a package in order / Compiling 2 specific .Java file in a directory with 60 java files all in the same package.
Date Tue, 22 May 2001 10:40:42 GMT
I have tried creating a path which does not work (nothing happens) if I
change the to *.java it works but I do not want to compile
all the java classes (that is the problem I have lots of class in this
package but they wont compile unless these to class have been compiled.)

So how can I get Ant to compile these 2 and only these 2 files (they are
part of the same package as the other 58 .java files).

   <javac srcdir="${build.classes}"
           <src path="${build.classes}"/>
           <src path="${build.classes}"/>

-----Original Message-----
From: jp Morgan []
Sent: 2001 May 21 17:18
Subject: Re: Building files in a package in order

define a path which uses exclude or include for these
files and reference it in javac

--- Rajkumar Seth <> wrote:
> I have a package with 60 .java files in it.
> I want to compile all these file for every
> production build.
> This works but JAVAC (1.2.2 release 007 and 1.3)
> complains that 2 classes in
> the file are missing.
> If I compile these 2 classes first using JAVAC then
> everything is fine.
> My solution was to get ant to build these 2 .java
> files (and not the other
> 58 in the directory)
> How can I get ant to build just these 2 files before
> building the rest? 

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