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From bugzi...@apache.org
Subject [DO NOT REPLY: Bug 3198] The <javac> task doesn't work properly with multi-element sourceparh
Date Mon, 27 Aug 2001 14:32:34 GMT
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http://nagoya.apache.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=3198

*** shadow/3198	Mon Aug 27 07:27:06 2001
--- shadow/3198.tmp.27976	Mon Aug 27 07:32:34 2001
***************
*** 35,38 ****
  src2/x/Test.java:3: duplicate class: x.Test
  public class Test {
         ^
! 1 error
--- 35,51 ----
  src2/x/Test.java:3: duplicate class: x.Test
  public class Test {
         ^
! 1 error
! 
! ------- Additional Comments From mikes@netentertainment.com  2001-08-27 07:32 -------
! That is how Ant currently invokes javac. I want Ant to invoke javac like this:
! 
! javac -sourcepath src1;src2 src1/x/Test.java src2/x/AnotherClass.java
! 
! (Given that x/Test.java exists in both src1 and src2, and x/AnotherClass.java 
! exists in src2 only.)
! 
! Or perhaps Ant could invoke javac like this:
! 
! javac -sourcepath src1;src2 x/Test.java x/AnotherClass.java
! 

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