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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 36862] - Make it easier to add JARs to ant
Date Thu, 29 Sep 2005 20:52:29 GMT
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------- Additional Comments From gudnabrsam@yahoo.com  2005-09-29 22:52 -------
This is about to leave the realm of bugzilla and more appropriately move to 
user@ant.apache.org .  However, I wanted to clarify a point here for 
documentation's sake.  I think marking this as a duplicate of bug 6606 
generated some confusion, esp. as that issue is still open.  I think it should 
be perfectly legitimate, if a little unorthodox, to send your custom tasks 
along with your projects and use classpaths within your taskdefs to make your 
builds more portable.  I don't think that practice is what Steve took issue 
with above, so this comment is intended to clarify that point or give Steve an 
opportunity to contradict me if I am wrong here.

As to your questions re: running a network Ant installation, on re-reading I 
see your comment about being spread across the globe.  Latency may well be an 
issue there, but I'm sure you can say much better than I on that point.  Of 
course, what would it hurt to test it?

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