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From "D Bamud" <noug...@cad.delhi.nic.in>
Subject Re: ant trgjava 12
Date Sat, 24 May 2003 09:44:21 GMT
Idea was to provide the simplest way to the developers
to test their forms. We have many forms each having
an ID. So if I say "ant test 12" then it starts the testing 
of form that has id 12. But now it seems that I need to
settle at least with using it like "ant test -Did=12". 
Right! The whole idea was to convert "ant test -Did=12"
to "ant test 12". Thanks for your comments.




----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Erik Hatcher" <jakarta-ant@ehatchersolutions.com>
To: "Ant Users List" <user@ant.apache.org>
Sent: Saturday, May 24, 2003 2:58 PM
Subject: Re: ant trgjava 12


| Let me get this straight.... you want to pass an _argument_ to your 
| Java program, but you don't want to use _<arg>_?
| 
| May I ask why that constraint?
| 
| To pass a parameter from the command-line of ant:
| 
| ant trgjava -Darg=12
| 
| Then use:
| 
| <arg line="${arg}"/>
| 
| nested within <java>.
| 
| What's wrong with that?
| 
| Erik
| 
| On Saturday, May 24, 2003, at 05:00  AM, D Bamud wrote:
| > I want to give argument values to java task in one of my target. In 
| > nutshell I want to fire "ant
| > trgjava 12" at DOS prompt. 12 will go as the first argument to my 
| > program executed by the java task
| > in trgjava target. How to do this. (Note I do not want to use <arg> 
| > attribute).
| >
| >
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