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From Alan....@chase.com
Subject idldoc
Date Thu, 01 Mar 2001 18:43:33 GMT
Hello,
I am trying to use idldoc in a buildfile, that is called by a script in
UNIX. Now there isn't a flag with idldoc to specify an output directory for
the generated html. Therefore the html is generated in the directory that
the script was run. Is there a way in Ant to change the "current directory"
to the one that you want?

Also, has anyone used idldoc on a network drive in NT? It tries to write to a file in a /temp
directory, but as i run Ant on Clearcase (a version
source control system), it has no permission to do this.

<target name="idldoc" depends="prepare, compile_grid_idl">
<mkdir dir="${idldoc.dir}"/>
<exec executable="${idldoc}">
<arg line=" -Yp,${cpp} ${src.dir}/com/chase/gtd/fxvols/ccr/tests/grid.idl"/>
</exec>
</target>

Thanks,
Alan


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