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From Martin Monsorno <monso...@gmx.de>
Subject How to warn when jar-file in classpath does not exist?
Date Thu, 14 Feb 2002 13:23:37 GMT
Hi *,

I have the following problem: I add a jar-file to the classpath I use
for compiling like this:

  <path id="project.compile.path">
    <pathelement location="${global.module.dir}/bla.jar" />
  </path>

If the jar-file does not exist in this place, ant removes it quietly
from the classpath it handles over to the java compiler. Even with -v
there is no error message printed.

Is this the desired behaviour? Can I make ant print a warning message
to the screen in case the file does not exist? Or must I check the
file myself?


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Martin Monsorno
mailto:monsorno@gmx.de

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