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From Peter Donald <dona...@apache.org>
Subject Re: [PATCH] refactoring of javac task into factory
Date Sat, 16 Dec 2000 00:08:50 GMT
At 08:18  15/12/00 -0500, you wrote:
>INTRODUCTION
>I have a patch that I hope the ant team will accept (please, please, please
>;-).  Basically, the gist of the work is my refactoring the javac task into
>a different architecture (proxy, factory, etc).  I have also introduced
>three new attributes for the javac task which I'll explain later.

Very kewl ! ;)
I haven't checked out the code but assuming it is good and no one -1's this
then I will check it in. However I won't have much time for a bit so be
patient ;)

One thing thou is the compiler flag. I am not sure I like it ... as a
matter of fact I don't like it. It will now encourage users to create
incompatable build files by hardwiring compilers into the the build file ;(

What does everyone else think ?

Cheers,

Pete

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