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From "Hooper, Paul" <>
Subject New user
Date Mon, 19 Dec 2005 09:27:10 GMT

I'm running ant on Solaris 9.
All seems to be well. I have my Java project building etc. 
As part of the build script I am running various junit tests. 
My question is two fold:

How do I ensure that I am able to capture the stdout and stderr from the
I am having problems capturing this data. I have tried to use
junitreport but to no avail.

My directory paths and filenames have spaces in them.
Junit is reporting errors saying cannot find file "../aa ass/ada ad
.csv" for instance. 
How can I force ant to quote all directories and paths to allow them to
be correctly interpreted with spaces in ? 



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