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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 20699] - rmic and seaprate input/output directories
Date Tue, 16 Aug 2005 23:43:20 GMT
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------- Additional Comments From mark_z@charter.net  2005-08-17 01:43 -------
I'm completely for this.  I believe what we're looking for is a way to utilize 
rmic "-d <directory> argument, e.g. "rmic -d /bin/stubs Class1" etc...

I found the problem after looking at the verbose output from ant.  It already 
uses "-d", passing it the "base" argument as the value.  That could be o.k., as 
long as I could specify an absolute path to the "includes" argument - but this 
is hardwired to only search underneath "base" as far as I can tell.

My current workaround is to find any **/*_Stub.class files after rmic runs, and 
move them to the desired folder.  NOT PRETTY, but it's the best I can come up 
with at the moment.

I'm also not liking how the classpath is always sent to rmic on the command 
line - I'd like to be able to specify the entire path myself (or not at all) 
without ant appending the entire existing classpath to it.

I'm thinking about writing my own rmic task implementation at the moment...  :-)

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