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From Jaikiran Pai <jaiki...@apache.org>
Subject Re: Skipping a javah task with Java 10 and higher
Date Tue, 07 May 2019 05:38:21 GMT
Recent versions of Ant (starting 1.10.2) have a "javaversion"
condition[1] which you can use to setup a "property" which can then be
used with "if"/"unless" attribute on a target.

Here's an example:

<target name="the-one-which-has-javah-task" depends="check-java-version"
unless="java10+">
    ...
</target>   

<target name="check-java-version">
    <condition property="java10+">
      <javaversion atleast="10"/>
    </condition>
</target>

[1] https://ant.apache.org/manual/Tasks/conditions.html#javaversion

-Jaikiran

On 07/05/19 10:53 AM, 大平怜 wrote:
> Hello,
>
> My build.xml has a javah task. Since it no longer works with Java 10 and
> higher, I added nativeHeaderDir to a javac task, and it is working fine.
> However, I still want to keep the javah task, so that the same build.xml
> works for older Java.
>
> How can I make ant skip the javah task only when running with Java 10 and
> higher? More generally, is there any way to switch the execution path in
> build.xml, depending on the Java version? Or, is there any other standard
> way to migrate a javah task from old Java to Java 10/11 with
> backward-compatibility being maintained? Appreciate your help.
>
>
> Thanks,
> Rei Odaira
>


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