I'm working with jsch and ant and I think that the description in the
FAQ for ant 1.7 is wrong.
As of Ant 1.7 no longer requires you to have junit.jar in
Ant's startup classpath even if ant-junit.jar is present there.
I'm essentially doing the same thing with the scp task and if I have
ant-jsch.jar in the startup classpath for ant, then it cannot locate
the main jsch-0.1.2x.jar in the nested element
this gives me a ClassNotFoundException for
com/jcraft/jsch/UserInfo.class, however if I delete the ant-jsch.jar
from my dist/lib (ANT_HOME/lib), then the taskdef works as expected.
This seems to be the behaviour described for ant 1.6 in the FAQ, but
I'm running svn trunk compiled today.
Is the FAQ correct in that &