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Subject AW: What should an Antlib distribution look like?
Date Fri, 01 Sep 2006 06:41:24 GMT
bin-distro [1]
* It would be nice to have a readable version of the contributors.xml. Can be generated with
  an xsl like [2].
* Good to have the JAR on top directory - easier to load.
* Empty etc/ directory?
* I would prefer a manual with an Ant-style: with a navigation on the left.
  And for screenreader maybe with div-containers, not frames.
* The manual has a mixture of two styles (compare csc and msbuild)
* no doap-file

src-distro [3]
* no build.xml in root directory?
* POM: no dependency on JUnit + AntUnit for testing
* no doap-file

What is with "infrastructure" of Ant core like
- check.xml
- fetch.xml
- patch.xml
- WHATSNEW (ok, atm only "all is new" ;-)



>-----Urspr√ľngliche Nachricht-----
>Von: Stefan Bodewig [] 
>Gesendet: Freitag, 1. September 2006 06:24
>Betreff: What should an Antlib distribution look like?
>Hi all,
>I've created Antlib ReleaseInstructions and a distribution 
>target.  To see what comes out of the later, take a look at 
>Is this OK, are we missing something, should there be anything 
>else, is there too much in the release?
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