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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 36862] - Make it easier to add JARs to ant
Date Thu, 29 Sep 2005 16:25:27 GMT
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------- Additional Comments From johnny_hujol@vrtx.com  2005-09-29 18:25 -------
Steve thx for the attention!
I want to have a developer and system 'ANT manipulation free' environment.
I mean no interactions or whatsoever with file system or anything related
to ANT installation.
I want to have users and systems just checking out their code 
and our custom ANT tasks from CVS, then run the stuff, without 
even noticing ANT enhancements or changes.

Each time I need to update our custom tasks, I don't want to update the
${user.home}/.ant/lib directory. Your solution is more squared that just
putting the ant-junit.jar in the taskdef classpath and probably the 
cleanest way to do it. 
But, it does not fit my 1st mandatory requirement: 
no installation or modification from a user or system or 
'do your job with what you find and bring with you'.

Our automated systems run JUnit tests, autobuild and SOAP tests among 
other things on different OSes, continents and machines, that way I 
don't care about them missing libraries.
I know everything they need is in CVS. The solution by putting the 
ant-junit.ajr in my taskdef class path works fine for the purpose
I have.
I keep this in mind though in case I run into more complex issues.

I appreciate your help and thank you guys for all the good work and
time ANT saves me on a daily basis.
J

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