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From "Sonnek, Ryan" <>
Subject RE: Nightly Ant scripts
Date Mon, 13 Jan 2003 16:53:23 GMT
i've had this same problem.  i haven't found a solution for it, but it seems
to have something to do with the cvs task.  hopefully someone out there
know's how to solve this one!


-----Original Message-----
From: Paul Collins []
Sent: Monday, January 13, 2003 10:51 AM
To: Ant Users List
Subject: Nightly Ant scripts


I'm using a DOS batch file to run an ant build script, when I run the build
script on its own on the command line it works fine but when I run it via
the batch file I get:
CreateProcess: ${env.VSS_HOME}\ss Get $/Bs2/WebBook/src
-GLC:\TEST_NIGHTLY\src -I- -R -VL0113a001. -W -Yguest,

Total time: 4 seconds

This is the script I'm using:
SET JAVA_HOME=C:\j2sdk1.4.1
ant -buildfile retAndBld_WebBook.xml 1> c:\out.txt 2> c:\err.txt

All suggestions welcome as to how to resolve this problem.

Paul Collins

-----Original Message-----
From: []
Sent: 10 January 2003 14:43
To: Ant Users List
Subject: Re: AntHill vs. CruiseControl vs. Gump

>I came across a couple of tools that
>seem to be designed for this problem: AntHill, CruiseControl & Gump.
>Does anyone have any recommendations as to which one is better?

These tools are great for such things.  Eric Hatcher's book, "Java
Development With ANT" (, has a nice chapter
on continuous integration, focusing on these three tools.  He gives a good
basic comparison of the three that I agree with.  I recommend that you get
this book highly - for this, and for the best practices (Integrating SCM
with build process and more) help you are looking for in the other email :)
There are many many excellent recommendations throughout.

IMHO: Based on a very basic look at the three, the most immediately-obvious
difference is getting the tool set up- Anthill is the easiest to get
running and to get projects started.  Other than this and look and feel,
each has its own pros and cons, as all seem to be great tools- so a look
into the book above and a trial of each might be helpful.


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