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From "Anthony W. Marino" <anth...@AWMObjects.com>
Subject Re: <cc>
Date Wed, 29 May 2002 19:45:00 GMT
I just found it 2 nights ago and I'm going to start playing tomorrow.

Thanks,
Anthony

> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Anthony W. Marino" <anthony@AWMObjects.com>
> To: "Ant Users List" <>; "Steve Loughran" <steve_l@iseran.com>
> Sent: Wednesday, May 29, 2002 10:03 AM
> Subject: Re: <cc> (was Re: Java Development with Ant)
>
> >> I managed to use it to compile a JNI native library, with a single build
> >> file going javac->javah->cc->junit. As a process for building jni libs,
> >> this is slick, better than spawmning MSDEV as I have done in the past.
>
> That
>
> >> works, but gives you the usual IDE portability grief.
> >
> >To me this stuff really is adrenaline-releasing technology.
> >I just can't wait!!!
> >
> >Anthony
>
> go over to ant-contrib.sf.net, get the <cc> stuff from SCM and then start
> playing. It should go into Ant proper in the 1.6 timeframe.
>
> I suspect that autoconf will always have the edge on complex stuff, as it
> probes the gcc compiler to see what it can and cannot do. <cc> doesnt try
> anything like that, yet.
>
> There is also a project on sforge, JNI++ I think, to make JNI coding
> easier. Starts off in ant, and generates the makefile...maybe a future
> build will generate a new build file instead.



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