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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 19517] - VB 6 task
Date Fri, 23 May 2003 21:09:11 GMT
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VB 6 task

stevel@apache.org changed:

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------- Additional Comments From stevel@apache.org  2003-05-23 21:09 -------
no. At least, not in the ant core codebase. You are free to write your own task :)

the <vbc> task and the <csc> task ar similar enough that they share a lot of
code, and are likely to evolve over time. But VB6? It's on care and maintenance,
is it not? It shipped in 1998 or 1998 as I recall, which makes it 4-5 years old.
With 400+ plus bugs in ant right now, I am going to have to run from this one. 

If you do want a VB6 project, ant-contrib.sf.net would be a place that could be
willing to host it, but you would still be left to code it yourself. They
maintain the C++ tasks.

sorry,

-steve

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