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From abonj...@Boldtech.com
Subject RE: question on Ant property
Date Tue, 23 Jan 2001 15:06:50 GMT
> I was looking at the build.xml that come with Ant. What does 
> the following property do:
> <property name="build.compiler.emacs" value="on"/>

This modifies the output so that if you execute ant from emacs, you can jump
to the error by clicking on it the same way you could using javac from
emacs.

emacs property on output:(this example uses the Jikes compiler)
D:/btvitriaom/com/boldtech/om/vitria/ombpo/OmBpoImpl.java:8:1:8:1: Error:
Unexpected symbol ignored

BUILD FAILED

normal output:
Found 1 syntax error in
"D:/btvitriaom/com/boldtech/om/vitria/ombpo/OmBpoImpl.java":

     8. rProcessHome;
        <---------->

*** Syntax: Unexpected symbol ignored

BUILD FAILED

Alex
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Alex Bonjour
BoldTech Systems
 


>  -----Original Message-----
> From: 	Sibon Barman [mailto:sibon@ss8.com] 
> Sent:	Friday, January 19, 2001 7:34 AM
> To:	ant
> Subject:	question on Ant property
> 
> I was looking at the build.xml that come with Ant. What does 
> the following property do:
> <property name="build.compiler.emacs" value="on"/>
> Also I saw there is no classpath defined in that script ---- 
> does that mean it gets the classpath from the os environment?
> 
> Cheers, 
> 
> 
> Sibon Barman
> SS8 Networks, Inc.
> Suite 500
> 495 March Road, Kanata, 
> Ontario K2K 3G1
> 
* *: (613)592-2100 ext:3281
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> 
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