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From "Jason Rosenberg" <>
Subject Re: Fw: Problem using script task
Date Tue, 26 Dec 2000 19:56:00 GMT

Thanks for the help.  I've found the javascript stuff

I guess I just thought somehow that I already had javascript
installed, since my browser uses it on a regular basis, etc.

The only reason I am going the javascript route is because
I have been disatisfied with the set of available flow control
features in the core ant stuff.

So, probably, once I get to a point where I've got my preliminary
build installation working, I'll make an effort to start writing
some useful flow control tasks.  I assume that wouldn't be
too difficult.

Or, are there philosophical objections to doing so.  Simple
things like loops and conditionals, etc.


----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Diane Holt" <>
To: <>
Sent: Tuesday, December 26, 2000 2:20 PM
Subject: Re: Fw: Problem using script task

> --- Jason Rosenberg <> wrote:
> > So, once I build the BSF stuff, do I then need to include something in
> > my classpath so that Ant will use it?
> If you put the jar-files in $ANT_HOME/lib, the 'ant' wrapper-script will
> include them in the classpath it runs Ant with.
> > Is this documented already somewhere?
> Probably not. What with Ant being an OpenSource project and all, it's not
> like there's a TechPubs department making sure everything's covered. On
> the other hand, it also means someone could volunteer to take that task
> on, if they wanted to.
> Diane
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