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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 29978] - No way to run Apt processor for JDK 1.5
Date Mon, 20 Sep 2004 22:05:49 GMT
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No way to run Apt processor for JDK 1.5





------- Additional Comments From bchapman@nec.co.nz  2004-09-20 22:05 -------
Great.

do we go for terse (gensrcdir) or verbose (generatedsrcdir)?

Next Questions...

1. Is anyone working on the tests, and javadocs or is that a job that's up-for-
grabs? (I wouldn't want to do it if someone else is already active on it)

2. I have an OS project incubating on java.net (rapt), which is specifically 
related to apt tool type things. Can I take the patch code here and make it 
available as an external ant task (is the the right terminology? - I am new to 
ant) as part of, or in addition to the rapt library? This is desired both for 
building rapt itself, and as an aid to rapt users who will need to use apt to 
compile against the rapt library. I am sure they would appreciate an ant task 
to assist them.

My intention would be to drop it out of rapt once the apt task is available in 
a released version of ant. Are there any license issues I need to be careful of?
Do I need to change the package names, or could I leave them as is? Technical, 
legal, and general politeness considerations all welcome!

Bruce

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