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From "Larry V. Streepy, Jr." <stre...@healthlanguage.com>
Subject Re: Compiling java files in inter-dependent packages
Date Wed, 11 Jul 2001 16:51:00 GMT
Simplest is to compile them both at once.  The compiler will then work
things out.  Create a fileset in the javac task to specify both
directories and specify srcdir as the parent directory of A and B.

Will that work for you?

Jim Cheesman wrote:
> 
> At 04:17 PM 11/07/01, you wrote:
> 
> >Hi,
> >I am trying to compile Java files in two packages, A and B. Some files
> >in A depends on files B and vice versa. The question is how I should
> >place javac tasks in the xml file. I cannot compile all the files in
> >both A and B together, there are too many of them. When I placed the
> >tasks as below,
> >
> ><javac srcdir="A" destdir="classes" />
> ><javac srcdir="B" destdir="classes"/>
> >
> >the first task shows error message claiming that some files in package
> >B that appear in the import statements in some file in package A are
> >not found.
> >
> >How should I do?
> 
> Refactor the dependencies out?  Having that kind of circular dependency is
> a nightmare, and you'd be best off without it!
> 
> --
> 
>                            *   Jim Cheesman   *
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