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From shivaken <>
Subject Re: command line front end.
Date Sun, 13 Oct 2002 07:57:37 GMT
If your targets in build.xml are build, clean, javadoc...,

When you want to build, just do
java $ build

If you type,
java $ clean build javadoc
antshell execute "clean, build, javadoc".

command "ant" will call default target only.

But I think that you said is bug.
I will fix that.

On Sunday 13 October 2002 16:26, Jacob Kjome wrote:
> Ok, I got it working, sort of.  I built an antshell.bat script based on the
> bash script you wrote and it runs.  However, the only thing I can do is
> type "ant" and use the project's default target.  If I type any switches or
> targets antshell gives me "no such commands".  Would the Readline native
> library have fixed that?  It isn't much use to me if I can't define targets
> to run.
> I have to say, it really is nice to have the JVM stay up and running before
> and after running ant.  It is just lightning fast!  Ant should have this
> capability by default, I think.  Any Ant developers want to adapt this to
> the standard Ant package?

I'm very glad to hear that. Thank you.


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