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From Joseph Shelby <acroy...@io.com>
Subject Re: javac complaining about missing packages/classes
Date Tue, 12 Mar 2002 22:18:39 GMT
Jeffrey Jensen wrote:
> 
> Yes they work perfectly.  My examples are real - I copied them out of my
> build.xml file (and trimmed the extraneous).

well, when i asked "is this working", i was more referring my question
to the chap who started this thread.
 
> That is why I asked why you wrote a new taskdef...Ant already provides
> directory traversals for about everything.  :-)

well, i didn't know (and i need to send a quick update to onjava.com
before they publish).

but the taskdef and article does give what i'd like to think of as a
decent introduction to using the Path objects in writing Ant tasks, and
supporting multiple ways of setting values (as attributes, sub-elements,
or as a reference attribute), plus using the logging states.  it still makes
a good intro task to the second one (one that's JAXB-specific).

if i really wanted to get fancy, i'd have played with the DirectoryScanner
and stuff like that, but I understand the java.io.File api a lot better than
that stuff, and so will my readers i assume...i also would have ended up
duplicating quite a bit of the Javadoc.java code of ant if i had.

no worries...

Joe
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