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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 5270] - Ant task - allow multiple targets
Date Mon, 15 Apr 2002 19:58:03 GMT
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Ant task - allow multiple targets





------- Additional Comments From bdeweese@yahoo.com  2002-04-15 19:58 -------
I thought you were asking for the current behaviour of the <antcall> and <ant>

task when the target was "".  When I used the current 1.4.1 release and tested 
it, it threw the BuildException that I noted earlier.  I haven't tested a 
target of "" from the command line so I'm not sure what that does.

I also would prefer that <ant> would execute the default target if the target 
was an empty string.  However, for <antcall> I think it should still throw a 
BuildException because the target is required and therefore should not be empty.

I believe I could easily make that change in Project.java and therefore it 
should also give a target of "" on the command line the same behaviour.

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