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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 29870] - Need a way to specify proxyHost and proxyPort to javadoc task
Date Mon, 03 Oct 2005 17:29:49 GMT
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------- Additional Comments From ssauci1@umbc.edu  2005-10-03 19:29 -------
I have a similar situation.

I would like to specify the socksProxyHost and socksProxyPort for the javadoc
command, and I can do so with the nested
<arg value="-J-DsocksProxyHost=myhost.com" /> 
and 
<arg value="-J-DsocksProxyHost=8080" />

but this requires me putting my proxy information in my build file. This means
my build will not work on machines that do not require a proxy configuration.

The best I can do right now is to do something like suggested in comment #1:
additionalparam="-J-DproxyHost=myproxyhost.com -J-DproxyPort=8080"
and specifying the additional parameters as a property:
additionalparam="${additionalparam}"
but that doesn't really seem like the best solution. I would think ant should
take the arguments to the ant jvm and pass them through javadoc, prefixed by -J?

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