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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 23900] - Compilation fails in ant, but not in command line
Date Wed, 22 Oct 2003 14:40:37 GMT
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------- Additional Comments From Adalbert.Homa@metavante.com  2003-10-22 14:40 -------
You are right, your work around will work, but this is not what I want. This is
a case when the javac compiler inside ant does not work as the javac compiler
outside ant.
What I want is to reference the source not the compiled files. The javac
compiler knows how to handle this situation (when the compiler does not find a
compiled class, it will search for a Java source file, using the CLASSPATH).

We are using Rational (IBM) Clearcase as our version control. Clearcase has an
audit feature that can trace what files are accessed during a compilation. By
making sure the compilation will access only source files not compiled files, I
will get a clean list of dependencies on the Java sources.

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