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From Jesse Glick <Jesse.Gl...@netbeans.com>
Subject Re: Ant Shell (antsh) - any thoughts?
Date Thu, 22 Feb 2001 17:32:34 GMT
Chris Todd wrote:
> 1)  a "reparse" command that would run the build.xml file through the parser
> again.  This would allow you to change the build file, then re-run your
> targets without exiting antshell.  Granted, the only thing you avoid with a
> "reparse" command is the JVM start-up time, but on slow boxes like mine,
> that's pretty significant.  :-)

Or maybe automatic reparse (with a brief message) based on file timestamp.

BTW is there any support for switching the buildfile to use?

Another thing that might be useful for Emacs geeks: a "M-x antsh" that would
run antsh in an inferior comint shell, and also run
compilation-shell-minor-mode. So you would not have to worry about command
completion in antsh itself, and build errors (assuming antsh set -emacs
-Dbuild.compiler.emacs=true) would be hyperlinked.

-Jesse

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