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From Sebastien BLANC <Sebastien.Bl...@alcatel.com>
Subject Re: javac classpath issues
Date Wed, 05 Feb 2003 01:58:08 GMT
try fork="true" in that case default compiler settings are ignored.
seb.

"Freier, Rod" wrote:

> The documentation seemed a little fuzzy on this:
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> When I use the classpath parameter of the javac task, the actual
> classpath used is the one specified in the environment's CLASSPATH
> variable PLUS whatever is specified in this parameter.
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> Is that the correct behavior?
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> It turns out I need to ignore the CLASSPATH environment variable in the
> shell in which ant was run and give it a completely different classpath.
> I can do this by simply setting the CLASSPATH environment variable to
> blank right before I run ant, but that's inconvenient.
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> Is there a way to get it to ignore the environment CLASSPATH entirely?
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> Thanks,
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> Rod Freier
>
> ACS Web Team
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> rfreier@acs.utah.edu
>
> 801-581-4981
>
>


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