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Subject Re: Ant and Eclipse - more clear
Date Tue, 04 Mar 2003 12:28:53 GMT
I wander where the benefit of this solution would be? Why are you not just
using a .bat file to run ant in the same manner like you run it on the command
line. If you are using ant for your build I suppose, that all the
configuration for ANT is done in the build-file, right? (like CLASSPATH, etc.)
So the solution seems to be easy. If you would like to do some continuuous
integration you can even use tools like cruise control or anthill. 


> I'm a total newbie in XML, ant and eclipse
> I guess I was a little unclear about what I would like to
> do, so I'll try and explain it again.
> I would like ant to compile Java code written in Eclipse
> every night (scheduled job). In other words I don't want
> the build to be done from within Eclipse. The build should
> be done by a call in for example a .bat-file
> I've read an example that told me to write this in my build.xml
> <property name="build.compiler"
> value="org.eclipse.jdt.core.JDTCompilerAdapter"/>
> This doesn't seem to work:
> "Compiler Adapter 'org.eclipse.jdt.core.JDTCompilerAdapter' can't be
> found."
> I'm not suprised though, since ant don't know about eclipse.
> Now I'm wondering: Is it really possbile for ant to use the built-in
> JavaBuilder
> in eclipse to compile code OUTSIDE eclipse ?
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