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From "s b" <sa...@ihateclowns.com>
Subject RE: windoze absolute path messes up CLASSPATH setting
Date Fri, 29 Mar 2002 14:11:32 GMT
Thanks for your attention on this matter,

>One can use absolute pathnames without coding absolute pathnames in
>the build file.

Daniel, could you please elaborate on this?

To the others whom responded (thanks):

The problem is that the colon in the absolute path (c:\...) is one of the separators for the
classpath setting in ant.  Thus if you use an absolute windows path in a classpath setting,
it just doesn't pick up the value in the classpath (it seems to ignore it).  This is evidenced
by running ant in -verbose mode and verifying that the absolute classpath entry is not picked
up.  A relative classpath setting is. 

SB

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