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From Jim Budet <jbu...@isochron.com>
Subject Re: Using different java compilers with ant
Date Sat, 08 Apr 2000 00:26:37 GMT

I don't have an answer to your question, however I am very interested in
this. We use Cafe which has a compiler called "sj".

-- 
  Jim Budet (jbudet@isochron.com)

david.boeren@bellsouth.net wrote:
> 
> I just started using ant, so there may be an obvious way to do what I
> want...
> 
> I'd like to be able to override the javac command in ant to use the
> compiler that I specify.  As long as the compiler uses the same
> syntax as Sun's javac, this should be very minor, just replace the
> name of the command line program.
> 
> The reason I want to use this is because I'm using AspectJ, which
> comes with it's own preprocessor/compiler.  (It preprocesses, then
> calls Sun's javac on the results).
> Do I need to write a new class for this, or is there any easier way?
>  If I do need to write a new class, is there any existing class I
> should mimic?

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