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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 6204] - support of ant targets in <apply/> task in addition to executable
Date Mon, 04 Feb 2002 19:09:35 GMT
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support of ant targets in <apply/> task in addition to executable





------- Additional Comments From jakarta@ehatchersolutions.com  2002-02-04 19:09 -------
Ummm... why would it be a problem where to put these classes?  Certainly you 
have code you ship, and code you do not ship segregated somehow.  That 
particular problem is certainly nothing Ant can solve!  Certainly <javaon> 
would be useful in many situations, but it also goes around one of the 
principles the ant-dev team is trying to accomplish - keep Ant from becoming a 
scripting language and let it stay declarative. It is very simple to create a 
Task wrapper for almost any Java code, only a few lines of code could 
accomplish what you're after.

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