I am looking forward to Ant 1.2 :-)
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From: Stefan Bodewig [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Thursday, October 05, 2000 11:30 AM
Subject: Re: Building current directory
>>>>> "ES" == Erik Svendsen <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
ES> Can anybody help tell me how I should configure my build.xml file
ES> so I can build files in the current directory.
I'm not sure whether I understand what you want.
I assume you have src/a/b/c/D.java and classes/a/b/c/D.class. You want
to compile all files in src/a/b/c that are newer than their
corresponding .class files in classes/a/b/c/ - but you don't want to
set srcdir to src because the directory scanning takes too long.
The answer is, you can't, sorry. The best you could get is always
recompiling all files in src/a/b/c by setting the srcdir to this
directory and dest to classes.
The only good news I have to offer is that directory scanning for most
tasks will be a lot faster in Ant 1.2.