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From Steve Loughran <>
Subject Re: AW: DO NOT REPLY [Bug 23397] - Need attribute for target tag to indicate hidden/internal target
Date Thu, 25 Sep 2003 17:01:55 GMT
Gus Heck wrote:
> Does IntelliJ refuse to list targets with a "-" ?  Does it invoke ant 
> targets across the command line through a shell? If so, I suppose that 
> it is covered, though the command line parsing behavior hardly seems 
> like the place to implement target visibility to me :)
> The inability to invoke a target is only half of the battle. Currently 
> in netbeans I wind up not using my ant file a lot because if I expand it 
> I get 20 targets and can't see the rest of the files I am working on. 
> This can be partly solved by making compile the default target, but then 
> I have to expand to do a run, or a different flavor of compile. As it is 
> I just wind up using the IDE's single flavor of compile and run from the 
> right click menu instead because it is easier and faster. If expanding 
> my antfile only displayed 3-5 targets, then It would be easier to double 
> click an ant target...

keyboard shortcuts? control-alt-A to build and deploy to stack A; 
control-alt-B to stack B...

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