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From "Andrew Forward" <>
Subject Re: Recommendations for Ant talk?
Date Thu, 12 Sep 2002 15:38:46 GMT

I am in the process of applying ant to some simple web maintenance.  The
interesting part is that the source is actually a combination of html / php
/ MySql / text files, whereas the destination is strictly html.  I am doing
this to avoid duplication in my production environment, and also because the
server where I am hosting the information only supports html.

So, the basic process is to iterate over all the php pages (which might
access a db or resource file to generate its contents) and create the
appropriate html pages.  Next, the link structure has to be modified to make
sure all .php are converted to .html.  Finally, the code should be uploaded
to the server via ftp.

andrew f

ps.  But I think covering the basics about using plain old java / junit /
javadoc tasks is equally fascinating.

----- Original Message -----
From: "Kueser, Joe" <>
To: <>
Sent: Thursday, September 12, 2002 9:07 AM
Subject: Recommendations for Ant talk?

> I have been asked to give a presentation to a local Java Users' Group.
> have asked me to talk about Ant.
> I am looking for information about Ant, and its use, that can't be found
> Ant's web site.
> Do you have any "unusual" way of using Ant?  Any advanced techniques that
> others might be interested in?  Any special ways you integrate it into
> build process?
> Basically anything that others might find interesting would be
> I have to talk about Ant for about an hour, which won't be easy ;-)
> Thanks for your help.
> Joe
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