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From Ken Wood <kw...@i2.com>
Subject Re: Continuing On through Compile errors
Date Thu, 17 May 2001 19:12:21 GMT
If you are using Ant 1.3 or later, the javac task has an attribute
called 'failonerror' that can be used to allow other files
to be compiled after an error...

T J Morgan wrote:
> 
>         I have some java files that if they wont compile, its ok.  How can i allow
> ant to continue through the rest of the procedure even if I get some compile
> errors?
>         I've tried to not put a depends tag on the target, but then it doesn't get
> called.  some example code is below.  I took out the actual processiong for
> ease of reading.  Any help would be greatly appreciated.
> 
> <project name="test" default="CCBrokerBean" basedir="../..">
>         <target name="init">
> //initiallizing
>         </target>
>         <target name="clean" depends="init">
> //deleting old files
>         </target>
>         <target name="prepare" depends="clean">
> //making new dirs
>         </target>
>         <target name="compileBase" depends="prepare">
> // i need this to compile
>         </target>
>         <target name="compile">
> // i dont care if this compiles right now
>         </target>
>         <target name="PFPBean" depends="compileBase">
> // here i am compiling a session bean
>         </target>
>         <target name="ARBean" depends="compileBase">
> // here i am compiling a session bean
>         </target>
>         <target name="CCBrokerBean" depends="ARBean,PFPBean">
> // here i am compiling a session bean
>         </target>
> </project>

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