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From Laurence Mastrorillo <>
Subject Re: executing a "clean" task
Date Mon, 06 Jan 2003 15:54:37 GMT
Type "ant" followed by the name of the task you whish to execute. In your
case "ant clean".

Erik Price a écrit :

> Hi,
> I have written a very small build.xml script for ant modeled after the
> example in the "Using Ant" docs on the Jakarta web site.  The example I
> followed includes a task named "clean", but neither the default task nor
> any of its dependencies depend on "clean".  Therefore, it will never be
> executed.
> Is there a way to get a specific task to execute by passing in some
> commandline parameter?  Essentially I have modified the "clean" task in
> my build.xml to delete the build directory, but I'm not sure how to get
> "clean" to execute instead of "dist", which is my default task.  I
> didn't see mention of this in the docs, or I missed it, only how to set
> property names/values from the command line with -D.
> Thanks,
> Erik
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