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From "Antoine Levy-Lambert" <anto...@antbuild.com>
Subject Re: tasks hell
Date Thu, 10 Jul 2003 20:06:42 GMT
Hi Damiano,
it is true that there are lots of tasks in ant.
There is some work in progress to provide a better documentation, where the
tasks would be sorted according to area of use, like scm tasks grouping
Perforce, CVS, StarTeam, ... or packaging tasks grouping Zip, Jar, Tar, ...
Cheers,
Antoine
"Damiano Altomare" <damiano.altomare@libero.it> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
news:CPEOKLINODCACLFDBKDPOEBACAAA.damiano.altomare@libero.it...
> Hello! It is some months I use Ant to build J2EE applications; I've noted
> that the Ant community is adding and adding tasks to Ant; this is good
> beacuse Ant have new features.
> But for newcomers it is hard to to master this great number of tasks; they
> are really panicked the first times they read (and sometimes write a build
> file) beacuse they have (they must) to navigate between (a lot of) tasks
> documentation. What do you think about?




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