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From "Dirk Schnelle" <d...@tk.informatik.tu-darmstadt.de>
Subject Changed information in AntRunner JBuilder IDE integration
Date Tue, 12 Aug 2003 07:11:06 GMT
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- <properties>
  <author email="bodewig@apache.org">Stefan Bodewig</author> 
  <title>External Tools and Tasks</title> 
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- <body>
- <section name="External Tools and Tasks">
- <p>
  This page lists external resources for Apache Ant: 
  <a href="#Tasks">Tasks</a> 
  , 
  <a href="#Compiler%20Implementations">Compiler Implementations</a> 
  , 
  <a href="#IDE%20and%20Editor%20Integration">IDE integration tools</a> 
  , loggers, you name it. If you've written something that should be included, please post all relevant information to one of the mailing lists. For details, see the 
  <a href="faq.html#adding-external-tasks">FAQ</a> 
  . 
  </p>
  <p>Nothing listed here is directly supported by the Ant developers, if you encounter any problems with them, please use the contact information.</p> 
  </section>
- <section name="Tasks">
- <subsection name="AJC">
- <p>
  <a href="http://www.eclipse.org/aspectj/">AspectJ</a> 
  is an aspect-oriented extension to Java. This task compiles a source tree using the AspectJ compiler -- AJC. 
  </p>
- <table class="externals">
- <tr>
  <th>Compatibility:</th> 
  <td>Ant 1.3</td> 
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>URL:</th> 
- <td>
  <a href="http://www.eclipse.org/aspectj/">http://www.eclipse.org/aspectj/</a> 
  </td>
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>Contact:</th> 
- <td>
  <a href="http://www.eclipse.org/aspectj/">project mailing lists</a> 
  </td>
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>License:</th> 
  <td>Apache Software License</td> 
  </tr>
  </table>
  </subsection>
- <subsection name="Anakia">
  <p>Actually, Anakia is more than just an Ant task, it is a an XML transformation tool based on JDOM, Velocity and Ant.</p> 
- <table class="externals">
- <tr>
  <th>Compatibility:</th> 
  <td>Ant 1.2 and later</td> 
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>URL:</th> 
- <td>
  <a href="http://jakarta.apache.org/velocity/anakia.html">http://jakarta.apache.org/velocity/anakia.html</a> 
  </td>
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>Contact:</th> 
- <td>
  <a href="http://jakarta.apache.org/site/mail2.html">Velocity mailing lists</a> 
  </td>
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>License:</th> 
  <td>Apache Software License</td> 
  </tr>
  </table>
  </subsection>
- <subsection name="Anteater">
  <p>Anteater is a set of Ant tasks for the functional testing of websites and web services (functional testing being; hit a URL and ensure the response meets certain criteria). Can test HTTP params, response codes, XPath, regexp and Relax NG expressions. Includes HTML reporting (based on junitreport) and a hierarchical grouping system for quickly configuring large test scripts.</p> 
- <table class="externals">
- <tr>
  <th>Compatibility:</th> 
  <td>Ant 1.5 and later</td> 
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>URL:</th> 
- <td>
  <a href="http://aft.sourceforge.net/">http://aft.sourceforge.net/</a> 
  </td>
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>Contact:</th> 
- <td>
  <a href="http://lists.sourceforge.net/lists/listinfo/aft-devel">developer mailing list</a> 
  </td>
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>License:</th> 
  <td>Apache Software License</td> 
  </tr>
  </table>
  </subsection>
- <subsection name="Antmerge">
  <p>Provides simple inheritance between ant files</p> 
- <table class="externals">
- <tr>
  <th>Compatibility:</th> 
  <td>Tested with 1.5. Should work with all versions.</td> 
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>URL:</th> 
- <td>
  <a href="http://www.russet.org.uk/antmerge.html">http://www.russet.org.uk/antmerge.html</a> 
  </td>
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>Contact:</th> 
- <td>
  <a href="mailto:p.lord@russet.org.uk">Phillip Lord</a> 
  </td>
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>License:</th> 
  <td>GNU Lesser General Public License</td> 
  </tr>
  </table>
  </subsection>
- <subsection name="Ant Pretty Build">
  <p>Ant Pretty Build is a tool to show and run Ant buildfiles directly from within a browser window. It consists of a single XSL file that will generate, on the fly, from buildfile, a pretty interface showing project name, description, properties and targets, etc. allowing to run the whole project, or run selected targets in a specific order.</p> 
- <table class="externals">
- <tr>
  <th>Compatibility:</th> 
  <td>All Ant versions</td> 
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>URL:</th> 
- <td>
  <a href="http://antprettybuild.free.fr/">http://antprettybuild.free.fr/</a> 
  </td>
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>Contact:</th> 
- <td>
  <a href="mailto:antprettybuild@free.fr">Charbel BITAR</a> 
  </td>
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>License:</th> 
  <td>GNU General Public License (GPL)</td> 
  </tr>
  </table>
  </subsection>
- <subsection name="Checkstyle">
  <p>Checkstyle is a development tool to help programmers write Java code that adheres to a coding standard. Its purpose is to automate the process of checking Java code, and to spare humans of this boring (but important) task.</p> 
  <p>Checkstyle can be run via an Ant task or a command line utility.</p> 
- <table class="externals">
- <tr>
  <th>Compatibility:</th> 
  <td>Ant 1.4.1 and later</td> 
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>URL:</th> 
- <td>
  <a href="http://checkstyle.sourceforge.net/">http://checkstyle.sourceforge.net/</a> 
  </td>
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>Contact:</th> 
- <td>
  <a href="mailto:checkstyle@puppycrawl.com">Oliver Burn</a> 
  </td>
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>License:</th> 
  <td>Starting with release 2.0 the license is the GNU Lesser General Public License. Prior releases were under the GNU General Public License.</td> 
  </tr>
  </table>
  </subsection>
- <subsection name="ChownTask">
  <p>ChownTask is an Ant task to change ownership of files on Unix.</p> 
- <table class="externals">
- <tr>
  <th>Compatibility:</th> 
  <td>Ant 1.3 and up</td> 
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>URL:</th> 
- <td>
  <a href="http://sourceforge.net/projects/chowntask/">http://sourceforge.net/projects/chowntask/</a> 
  </td>
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>Contact:</th> 
- <td>
  <a href="mailto:chowntask-users@lists.sourceforge.net">Wilfred Springer</a> 
  </td>
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>License:</th> 
  <td>GNU General Public License</td> 
  </tr>
  </table>
  </subsection>
- <subsection name="CleanImports">
  <p>Removes unneeded imports. Formats your import sections. Flags ambiguous imports.</p> 
- <table class="externals">
- <tr>
  <th>Compatibility:</th> 
  <td>Ant 1.3</td> 
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>URL:</th> 
- <td>
  <a href="http://www.euronet.nl/users/tomb/cleanImports/index.html">http://www.euronet.nl/users/tomb/cleanImports/index.html</a> 
  </td>
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>Contact:</th> 
- <td>
  <a href="mailto:tomb@euronet.nl">Tom Brus</a> 
  </td>
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>License:</th> 
  <td>Apache Software License</td> 
  </tr>
  </table>
  </subsection>
- <subsection name="Clover">
  <p>Clover is an Ant-based Code Coverage tool. It can be used seamlessly with Ant-based projects. It provides method, statement, and branch coverage analysis, and has rich reporting in XML, HTML or via a Swing GUI.</p> 
- <table class="externals">
- <tr>
  <th>Compatibility:</th> 
  <td>Ant 1.4.1 or greater</td> 
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>URL:</th> 
- <td>
  <a href="http://www.thecortex.net/clover/">http://www.thecortex.net/clover/</a> 
  </td>
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>Contact:</th> 
- <td>
  <a href="mailto:clover-support@cortexebusiness.com.au">clover-support@cortexebusiness.com.au</a> 
  </td>
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>License:</th> 
  <td>Commercial, free licenses available for open source projects.</td> 
  </tr>
  </table>
  </subsection>
- <subsection name="CMSDeploy">
- <p>
  <a href="http://cmsdeploy.sourceforge.net">CMSDeploy</a> 
  is an Apache Ant Task to submit files and templates to Vignette CMS. 
  </p>
- <table class="externals">
- <tr>
  <th>Compatibility:</th> 
  <td>Ant 1.5.1 and later</td> 
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>URL:</th> 
- <td>
  <a href="http://cmsdeploy.sourceforge.net">http://cmsdeploy.sourceforge.net</a> 
  </td>
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>Contact:</th> 
- <td>
  <a href="masogato@users.sourceforge.net">masogato@users.sourceforge.net</a> 
  </td>
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>License:</th> 
  <td>GNU Lesser General Public License</td> 
  </tr>
  </table>
  </subsection>
- <subsection name="Configure">
  <p>Recursive build support (call ant on every package level, and only build files in that package or in that package and everything below) with seperation of source and output.</p> 
  <p>The task generates build files in any subdirectory (except for CVS-directories) for you. Only place one build.xml file in the top and call target 'setup' or 'rescan'.</p> 
- <table class="externals">
- <tr>
  <th>Compatibility:</th> 
  <td>Ant 1.2 and 1.3</td> 
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>URL:</th> 
- <td>
  <a href="http://www.dsdelft.nl/~lemval/ant/">http://www.dsdelft.nl/~lemval/ant/</a> 
  </td>
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>Contact:</th> 
- <td>
  <a href="mailto:lemval@dsdelft.nl">M.J.P. van Leeuwen</a> 
  </td>
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>License:</th> 
  <td>License derived from Apache Software License</td> 
  </tr>
  </table>
  </subsection>
- <subsection name="CVSGrab">
  <p>A little CVS client that can be useful when people are behind corporate firewall that blocks any cvs communications. It uses the ViewCVS web interface to access the CVS repository via standard http, and downloads all the files present in it.</p> 
  <p>It works from the command line or as an Ant task.</p> 
- <table class="externals">
- <tr>
  <th>Compatibility:</th> 
  <td>Ant 1.3 or higher</td> 
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>URL:</th> 
- <td>
  <a href="http://cvsgrab.sourceforge.net/">http://cvsgrab.sourceforge.net/</a> 
  </td>
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>Contact:</th> 
- <td>
  <a href="mailto:cvsgrab-users@lists.sourceforge.net">CVSGrab user mailing list</a> 
  </td>
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>License:</th> 
  <td>LGPL</td> 
  </tr>
  </table>
  </subsection>
- <subsection name="Doxygen task">
  <p>There are two Ant tasks for running the Doxygen documentation system.</p> 
- <table class="externals">
- <tr>
  <th>Compatibility:</th> 
  <td>Ant 1.1 and later</td> 
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>URL:</th> 
- <td>
  <a href="http://www.bgw.org/projects/java/ant/">http://www.bgw.org/projects/java/ant/</a> 
  </td>
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>Contact:</th> 
- <td>
  <a href="mailto:mortis@voicenet.com">Kyle R. Burton</a> 
  </td>
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>License:</th> 
  <td>Apache Software Foundation License</td> 
  </tr>
  </table>
  <p>and</p> 
- <table class="externals">
- <tr>
  <th>Compatibility:</th> 
  <td>Ant 1.5 and later</td> 
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>URL:</th> 
- <td>
  <a href="http://ant-doxygen.sourceforge.net/">http://ant-doxygen.sourceforge.net/</a> 
  </td>
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>Contact:</th> 
- <td>
  <a href="mailto:akkumar@users.sourceforge.net">Karthik A Kumar</a> 
  </td>
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>License:</th> 
  <td>Apache Software Foundation License</td> 
  </tr>
  </table>
  </subsection>
- <subsection name="FMPP">
  <p>FMPP is a general-purpose text file preprocessor tool that uses FreeMarker templates. It is particularly designed for HTML preprocessor, for the generation of complete (static) homepages: directory structure that contains HTML-s, image files, etc. But of course it can be used to generate source code or whatever text files. FMPP is extendable with Java classes to pull data from any data sources (XML file, database, etc.) and embed the data into the generated files.</p> 
- <table class="externals">
- <tr>
  <th>Compatibility:</th> 
  <td>Ant 1.5.1</td> 
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>URL:</th> 
- <td>
  <a href="http://fmpp.sourceforge.net/">http://fmpp.sourceforge.net/</a> 
  </td>
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>License:</th> 
  <td>BSD License</td> 
  </tr>
  </table>
  </subsection>
- <subsection name="GenJar">
  <p>Builds a JAR file based on class dependencies rather than simply the contents of a directory</p> 
- <table class="externals">
- <tr>
  <th>Compatibility:</th> 
  <td>Ant 1.4 alpha (built after 2001/08/04) and later</td> 
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>URL:</th> 
- <td>
  <a href="http://genjar.sourceforge.net/">http://genjar.sourceforge.net/</a> 
  </td>
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>Contact:</th> 
- <td>
  <a href="mailto:jesse_dev@yahoo.com">Jesse Stockall</a> 
  </td>
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>License:</th> 
  <td>Apache Software Foundation License</td> 
  </tr>
  </table>
  </subsection>
- <subsection name="Greebo">
  <p>Greebo is an Ant-task for downloading dependency files (currently only jars) from a network to a specified directory, much like Maven. It supports multiple local and remote repositories with either flat or maven-like structures. It can read the dependency list from a Maven project file, a maven-like dependency file, or directly from the build.xml file.</p> 
- <table class="externals">
- <tr>
  <th>Compatibility:</th> 
  <td>Ant 1.5</td> 
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>URL:</th> 
- <td>
  <a href="http://greebo.sourceforge.net/">http://greebo.sourceforge.net/</a> 
  </td>
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>Contact:</th> 
- <td>
  <a href="http://sourceforge.net/mail/?group_id=73733">project mailing lists</a> 
  </td>
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>License:</th> 
  <td>Apache Software License</td> 
  </tr>
  </table>
  </subsection>
- <subsection name="GroboUtils CodeCoverage">
  <p>The CodeCoverage sub-project of GroboUtils provides a 100% pure Java code coverage tool. It uses pre-execution class file recompilation, and generates XML files containing the coverage statistics. It does not require any advanced VM setup to generate coverage numbers.</p> 
- <table class="externals">
- <tr>
  <th>Compatibility:</th> 
  <td>Ant 1.5.1</td> 
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>URL:</th> 
- <td>
  <a href="http://groboutils.sourceforge.net/codecoverage/">http://groboutils.sourceforge.net/codecoverage/</a> 
  </td>
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>Contact:</th> 
- <td>
  <a href="http://sourceforge.net/mail/?group_id=22594">project mailing lists</a> 
  </td>
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>License:</th> 
  <td>MIT License</td> 
  </tr>
  </table>
  </subsection>
- <subsection name="IDLDepend">
  <p>idldepend is a task that (re)generates Java sources to be created from CORBA/IDL files.</p> 
  <p>It parses the IDL file and determines the Java files that must be generated, taking in account the modifications that can happen due to command line parameters. If any of the Java files are missing or older than the source IDL specification, it launches the specified compiler. The compilers of Orbacus, Jacorb, OpenORB, Orbix2k and Sun'JDK distributions are supported.</p> 
  <p>To speed up the process and avoid unnecesary re-parsing, it keeps the dependencies in intermediate files. This task does not launch the javac compiler as well, that is, its output are Java files and not the final bytecode.</p> 
- <table class="externals">
- <tr>
  <th>Compatibility:</th> 
  <td>Ant 1.4 or later</td> 
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>URL:</th> 
- <td>
  <a href="http://grasia.fdi.ucm.es/~luismi/idldepend/">http://grasia.fdi.ucm.es/~luismi/idldepend/</a> 
  </td>
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>Contact:</th> 
- <td>
  <a href="mailto:luismpena@gmx.net">luismpena@gmx.net</a> 
  </td>
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>License:</th> 
  <td>free source, no license restrictions</td> 
  </tr>
  </table>
  </subsection>
- <subsection name="Importscrubber">
  <p>Removes unnecessary import statements from a Java source code file.</p> 
- <table class="externals">
- <tr>
  <th>Compatibility:</th> 
  <td>Ant 1.3</td> 
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>URL:</th> 
- <td>
  <a href="http://importscrubber.sourceforge.net/">http://importscrubber.sourceforge.net/</a> 
  </td>
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>Contact:</th> 
- <td>
  <a href="mailto:tomcopeland@users.sourceforge.net">Tom Copeland</a> 
  </td>
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>License:</th> 
  <td>LGPL</td> 
  </tr>
  </table>
  </subsection>
- <subsection name="Interactive">
  <p>Task allowing to run a dialog within a build used to setup some properties. This way you can fill a property with the input of a user.</p> 
- <table class="externals">
- <tr>
  <th>Compatibility:</th> 
  <td>Ant 1.5.1</td> 
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>URL:</th> 
- <td>
  <a href="http://www.kasisoft.de/build/ant/interactive/">http://www.kasisoft.de/build/ant/interactive/</a> 
  </td>
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>Contact:</th> 
- <td>
  <a href="mailto:support@kasisoft.de">Daniel Kasmeroglu</a> 
  </td>
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>License:</th> 
  <td>LGPL</td> 
  </tr>
  </table>
  </subsection>
- <subsection name="IsDirValidator">
  <p>Checks whether a given directory structure conforms to certain rules that are defined via nested elements of the task.</p> 
- <table class="externals">
- <tr>
  <th>Compatibility:</th> 
  <td>Ant 1.4</td> 
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>URL:</th> 
- <td>
  <a href="http://isvalidator.sourceforge.net/en/isDirValidator.htm">http://isvalidator.sourceforge.net/en/isDirValidator.htm</a> 
  </td>
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>Contact:</th> 
- <td>
  <a href="mailto:news@inigoserrano.com">Iñigo Serrano</a> 
  </td>
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>License:</th> 
  <td>GNU General Public License</td> 
  </tr>
  </table>
  </subsection>
- <subsection name="J2ME Ant Tasks">
- <p>
  There are four different sets of tasks to help build 
  <a href="http://java.sun.com/j2me/">Java 2 Platform, Micro Edition</a> 
  (J2ME) applications. 
  </p>
  <p>This set supports CLDC and the K Virtual Machine (KVM):</p> 
- <table class="externals">
- <tr>
  <th>Compatibility:</th> 
  <td>Ant 1.3</td> 
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>URL:</th> 
- <td>
  <a href="http://www.dribin.org/dave/j2me_ant/">http://www.dribin.org/dave/j2me_ant/</a> 
  </td>
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>Contact:</th> 
- <td>
  <a href="mailto:drib@enteract.com">Dave Dribin</a> 
  </td>
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>License:</th> 
  <td>Apache Software License</td> 
  </tr>
  </table>
  <p>And this set works with the J2ME Wireless Toolkit and MIDP for PalmOS:</p> 
- <table class="externals">
- <tr>
  <th>Compatibility:</th> 
  <td>Ant 1.3</td> 
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>URL:</th> 
- <td>
  <a href="http://www.stampysoft.com/ant/">http://www.stampysoft.com/ant/</a> 
  </td>
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>Contact:</th> 
- <td>
  <a href="mailto:jeckels@stampysoft.com">Josh Eckels</a> 
  </td>
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>License:</th> 
  <td>MIT License</td> 
  </tr>
  </table>
  <p>Antenna provides a set of Ant tasks suitable for developing wireless Java applications targeted at the Mobile Information Device Profile (MIDP). With Antenna, you can compile, preverify, package, obfuscate, and run your MIDP applications (aka MIDlets), manipulate Java Application Descriptor (JAD) files, as well as convert JAR files to PRC files designed to run on MIDP for Palm OS. Deployment is supported via a deployment task and a corresponding HTTP servlet for Over-the-Air (OTA) provisioning. A small preprocessor allows to generate different variants of a MIDlet from a single source.</p> 
- <table class="externals">
- <tr>
  <th>Compatibility:</th> 
  <td>Ant 1.4.1 or later</td> 
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>URL:</th> 
- <td>
  <a href="http://antenna.sourceforge.net/">http://antenna.sourceforge.net/</a> 
  </td>
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>Contact:</th> 
- <td>
  <a href="mailto:joerg@pleumann.de">Jörg Pleumann</a> 
  </td>
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>License:</th> 
  <td>GNU Lesser General Public License</td> 
  </tr>
  </table>
  <p>Antic is a freely available task for packaging J2ME applications. It produces both the Jar and Jad files in a single step. This allows *all* entries to be correclty set in the jad file, including the size of the jar file that is produced. This task has been used and tested extensively with Sun's Wireless Toolkit and also the Nokia SDK and emulators.</p> 
- <table class="externals">
- <tr>
  <th>Compatibility:</th> 
  <td>Ant 1.5</td> 
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>URL:</th> 
- <td>
  <a href="http://www.smartkey.co.uk/antic.html">http://www.smartkey.co.uk/antic.html</a> 
  </td>
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>Contact:</th> 
- <td>
  <a href="mailto:support@smartkey.co.uk">smartkey.co.uk</a> 
  </td>
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>License:</th> 
  <td>GNU General Public License</td> 
  </tr>
  </table>
  </subsection>
- <subsection name="Jacson">
  <p>Jacson is a configurable and plugable tool (much like Ant itself) to create filters for text (line based) files without programming.</p> 
- <table class="externals">
- <tr>
  <th>Compatibility:</th> 
  <td>Jacson has been used and tested with 1.5.1, should work with 1.4+</td> 
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>URL:</th> 
- <td>
  <a href="http://jacson.sourceforge.net/">http://jacson.sourceforge.net/</a> 
  </td>
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>Contact:</th> 
- <td>
  <a href="mailto:jacson-user@lists.sourceforge.de">jacson-user@lists.sourceforge.de</a> 
  </td>
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>License:</th> 
  <td>GNU Library or Lesser General Public License</td> 
  </tr>
  </table>
  </subsection>
- <subsection name="Jalopy">
  <p>An Ant Plug-in for the Java Source Code Formatter Jalopy.</p> 
- <table class="externals">
- <tr>
  <th>Compatibility:</th> 
  <td>Ant 1.4 (or higher)</td> 
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>URL:</th> 
- <td>
  <a href="http://jalopy.sourceforge.net/">http://jalopy.sourceforge.net/</a> 
  </td>
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>Contact:</th> 
- <td>
  <a href="http://jalopy.sf.net/contact.html">http://jalopy.sf.net/contact.html</a> 
  </td>
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>License:</th> 
  <td>Starting with release 1.0 Beta 6 the license is the BSD License. Prior releases were under the GNU General Public License.</td> 
  </tr>
  </table>
  </subsection>
- <subsection name="Java+ Precompile Task">
  <p>Java+ is an open source Java preprocessorthat adds these features to any Java compiler:</p> 
- <ul>
  <li>Multi-line strings with executable inclusions like Perl and Ruby. It eliminates the need for JSP or ASP and their need for Java compilers on deployment servers (a security concern) while adding no overhead in either space or time.</li> 
  <li>Optionally supports localization by segregating Java+ strings into ResourceBundle files with invarient keys based on the hash code of the strings's value. This is handled automatically and transparently; no intervention is required.</li> 
  <li>Fast. Negligible impact on build times. By default, skips inputs whose outputs are up to date to avoid triggering recompilations.</li> 
  <li>Pure Java code, portable to any platform, with graphical, shell and ant interfaces.</li> 
  <li>Simple, general, recursive, digraph-driven string syntax. Digraph characters are user-selectable.</li> 
  </ul>
- <table class="externals">
- <tr>
  <th>Compatibility:</th> 
  <td>Ant 1.5.1</td> 
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>URL:</th> 
- <td>
  <a href="http://virtualschool.edu/java+/">http://virtualschool.edu/java+/</a> 
  </td>
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>Contact:</th> 
- <td>
  <a href="mailto:bcox@virtualschool.edu">Brad Cox</a> 
  </td>
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>License:</th> 
  <td>BSD-like License</td> 
  </tr>
  </table>
  </subsection>
- <subsection name="Java2Html">
  <p>There are two different tools both named Java2HTML that process Java source code and generate syntax higlighted documentation from it. Both include Ant tasks to run them.</p> 
  <p>Java2Html library for converting java source files or snipplets to syntax highlighted html, rtf, tex and others.</p> 
- <table class="externals">
- <tr>
  <th>Compatibility:</th> 
  <td>Ant 1.5 and later</td> 
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>URL:</th> 
- <td>
  <a href="http://www.java2html.de/">http://www.java2html.de/</a> 
  </td>
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>Contact:</th> 
- <td>
  <a href="mailto:java2html@jave.de">java2html@jave.de</a> 
  </td>
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>License:</th> 
  <td>GNU General Public License</td> 
  </tr>
  </table>
  <p>Java2HTML is a simple-to-use tool which converts a bunch of Java Source Code into a colourized and browsable HTML representation.</p> 
- <table class="externals">
- <tr>
  <th>Compatibility:</th> 
  <td>1.5.1 onwards</td> 
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>URL:</th> 
- <td>
  <a href="http://www.java2html.com/java2html_ant_task.html">http://www.java2html.com/java2html_ant_task.html</a> 
  </td>
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>Contact:</th> 
- <td>
  <a href="mailto:support@java2html.com">support@java2html.com</a> 
  </td>
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>License:</th> 
  <td>FreeWare</td> 
  </tr>
  </table>
  </subsection>
- <subsection name="Javamake">
  <p>A task to compile Java sources and manage class file dependencies. Functionality is equivalent to that of standard Javac and Depend tasks combined, with improved dependency checking.</p> 
- <table class="externals">
- <tr>
  <th>Compatibility:</th> 
  <td>Ant 1.4.1</td> 
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>URL:</th> 
- <td>
  <a href="http://www.experimentalstuff.com/Technologies/JavaMake/index.html">http://www.experimentalstuff.com/Technologies/JavaMake/index.html</a> 
  </td>
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>Contact:</th> 
- <td>
  <a href="mailto:Mikhail.Dmitriev@eng.sun.com">Mikhail Dmitriev</a> 
  </td>
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>License:</th> 
  <td>BSD-like License</td> 
  </tr>
  </table>
  </subsection>
- <subsection name="javarec">
  <p>Ant tasks that generate record classes for VisualAge for Java from Cobol copy books.</p> 
- <table class="externals">
- <tr>
  <th>Compatibility:</th> 
  <td>Ant 1.4</td> 
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>URL:</th> 
- <td>
  <a href="http://glezen.org/javarec/">http://glezen.org/javarec/</a> 
  </td>
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>Contact:</th> 
- <td>
  <a href="mailto:pglezen@us.ibm.com">Paul Glezen</a> 
  </td>
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>License:</th> 
  <td>Apache Software License</td> 
  </tr>
  </table>
  </subsection>
- <subsection name="JCSC">
  <p>JCSC is a Java Coding Standard Checker which also features the generation of some code metrics. It is a command line tool with an Ant task to scan whole package trees. The result can viewed in an JavaDoc style web page.</p> 
- <table class="externals">
- <tr>
  <th>Compatibility:</th> 
  <td>Ant >= 1.5</td> 
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>URL:</th> 
- <td>
  <a href="http://jcsc.sourceforge.net/">http://jcsc.sourceforge.net/</a> 
  </td>
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>Contact:</th> 
- <td>
  <a href="mailto:rjocham72@netscape.net">Ralph Jocham</a> 
  </td>
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>License:</th> 
  <td>GNU General Public License</td> 
  </tr>
  </table>
  </subsection>
- <subsection name="Jegustator">
  <p>Jegustator is an Ant task which preforms source code and bytecode reviews and also documents source and bytecode.</p> 
- <table class="externals">
- <tr>
  <th>Compatibility:</th> 
  <td>Tested with Ant 1.5.2</td> 
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>URL:</th> 
- <td>
  <a href="http://jegustator.pavelvlasov.com/">http://jegustator.pavelvlasov.com/</a> 
  </td>
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>Contact:</th> 
- <td>
  <a href="mailto:jegustator@pavelvlasov.com">jegustator@pavelvlasov.com</a> 
  </td>
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>License:</th> 
  <td>GNU General Public License (GPL)</td> 
  </tr>
  </table>
  </subsection>
- <subsection name="JFlex">
  <p>JFlex is a lexical analyzer generator (also known as scanner generator) for Java, written in Java.</p> 
- <table class="externals">
- <tr>
  <th>Compatibility:</th> 
  <td>Ant 1.5</td> 
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>URL:</th> 
- <td>
  <a href="http://jflex.de/">http://jflex.de/</a> 
  </td>
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>Contact:</th> 
- <td>
  <a href="http://www.jflex.de/mailing.html">jflex-users mailing list</a> 
  </td>
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>License:</th> 
  <td>GNU General Public License (GPL)</td> 
  </tr>
  </table>
  </subsection>
- <subsection name="Jing Task">
  <p>Validates XML files against the RELAX NG alternative to XML Schema. The Jing task for Ant allows you to efficiently validate multiple files against multiple RELAX NG patterns and integrate RELAX NG validation with other XML processing.</p> 
- <table class="externals">
- <tr>
  <th>Compatibility:</th> 
  <td>Ant 1.4 and later</td> 
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>URL:</th> 
- <td>
  <a href="http://www.thaiopensource.com/relaxng/jing-ant.html">http://www.thaiopensource.com/relaxng/jing-ant.html</a> 
  </td>
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>License:</th> 
  <td>BSD-like</td> 
  </tr>
  </table>
  </subsection>
- <subsection name="jMetra">
  <p>jMetra is a tool for collecting code metrics across a project lifecycle and compiling the results into JavaDoc-styled documentation to analyze project metrics over time. jMetra is best utilized by integrating it with your project's scheduled build process.</p> 
  <p>It works from the command line or using several provided Ant tasks.</p> 
- <table class="externals">
- <tr>
  <th>Compatibility:</th> 
  <td>Ant 1.4 and higher</td> 
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>URL:</th> 
- <td>
  <a href="http://www.jmetra.com/">http://www.jmetra.com/</a> 
  </td>
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>Contact:</th> 
- <td>
  <a href="mailto:tnewton@hypercisioninc.com">R Todd Newton</a> 
  </td>
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>License:</th> 
  <td>Commercial, free licenses for open source projects and evaluations.</td> 
  </tr>
  </table>
  </subsection>
- <subsection name="JMX4Ant">
  <p>JMX4Ant provides tasks for integration with JMX (Java Management Extensions). It provides tasks for getting and setting attributes of MBeans, invoking their methods and much more.</p> 
- <table class="externals">
- <tr>
  <th>Compatibility:</th> 
  <td>Ant 1.4 and higher</td> 
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>URL:</th> 
- <td>
  <a href="http://jmx4ant.sourceforge.net/">http://jmx4ant.sourceforge.net/</a> 
  </td>
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>Contact:</th> 
- <td>
  <a href="mailto:bdueck@yahoo.com">Brian Dueck</a> 
  </td>
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>License:</th> 
  <td>Apache Software License 1.1</td> 
  </tr>
  </table>
  </subsection>
- <subsection name="JNI">
  <p>JNI is a free toolkit that makes easy work of integrating Java and C through the Java Native Interface (JNI). It includes a code generator that generates both Java "proxy" classes to access C "peer" classes, and C "proxy" classes to access Java "peer" classes or interfaces. It also includes a core library with a simplified JVM interface as well as "helper" classes to ease working with the JNI data types. The code generation is driven by an XML project file that can be created with the assistance of the GUI Project Manager. The code generation can be invoked either from Ant or from the GUI. Includes a comprehensive printable PDF User Guide and plenty of examples.</p> 
- <table class="externals">
- <tr>
  <th>Compatibility:</th> 
  <td>Ant 1.4</td> 
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>URL:</th> 
- <td>
  <a href="http://jnipp.sf.net/">http://jnipp.sf.net/</a> 
  </td>
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>Contact:</th> 
- <td>
  <a href="mailto:ptrewhella@users.sf.net">Phillip E. Trewhella</a> 
  </td>
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>License:</th> 
  <td>GNU LGPL</td> 
  </tr>
  </table>
  </subsection>
- <subsection name="JRun Ant Tasks">
  <p>JRun 4 SP1 ships with lib/jrun-ant-tasks.jar, which defines three Ant tasks: jrun, jrunapp, and jrunjmx. Documentation for the tasks can be found in JRun under docs/ant/jrun.html.</p> 
  <p>Note that the service pack must be installed on top of an existing JRun 4 installation.</p> 
- <table class="externals">
- <tr>
  <th>Compatibility:</th> 
  <td>Ant 1.4 or higher</td> 
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>URL:</th> 
- <td>
  <a href="http://dynamic.macromedia.com/bin/MM/software/trial/hwswrec.jsp?product=jrun_sp">http://dynamic.macromedia.com/bin/MM/software/trial/hwswrec.jsp?product=jrun_sp</a> 
  </td>
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>Contact:</th> 
- <td>
  <a href="mailto:bdeitte@macromedia.com">Brian Deitte</a> 
  </td>
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>License:</th> 
  <td>Commercial</td> 
  </tr>
  </table>
  </subsection>
- <subsection name="Just4log Ant Task">
  <p>Just4log is a ant task to optimize JVM bytecode with regards for Logs ( be it, Log4j, Apache Commons or JDK 1.4 ) It depends on apache BCEL for Bytecode engineering.</p> 
- <table class="externals">
- <tr>
  <th>Compatibility:</th> 
  <td>Ant 1.5.2 or higher</td> 
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>URL:</th> 
- <td>
  <a href="http://just4log.sourceforge.net">http://just4log.sourceforge.net</a> 
  </td>
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>Contact:</th> 
- <td>
  <a href="mailto:lbruand@wanadoo.fr">Lucas Bruand</a> 
  </td>
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>License:</th> 
  <td>Apache License 1.1.</td> 
  </tr>
  </table>
  </subsection>
- <subsection name="Macker">
  <p>A build-time architectural testing tool, designed to maintain clean layering / tiering / modularity. Macker works against compiled class files, checking dependencies between classes against a set of pattern-based access rules you specify for your project in an XML rules file. Macker doesn't presume anything about your architecture -- you write the rules, and Macker keeps you honest about them.</p> 
- <table class="externals">
- <tr>
  <th>Compatibility:</th> 
  <td>Ant 1.5 and higher (1.4 untested but may work)</td> 
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>URL:</th> 
- <td>
  <a href="http://innig.net/macker/">http://innig.net/macker/</a> 
  </td>
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>Contact:</th> 
- <td>
  <a href="http://innig.net/macker/contact.html">Paul Cantrell</a> 
  </td>
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>License:</th> 
  <td>GNU GPL 2.0</td> 
  </tr>
  </table>
  </subsection>
- <subsection name="pack">
  <p>pack is a task to build the smallest possible JAR to link and run one or more classes.</p> 
- <table class="externals">
- <tr>
  <th>Compatibility:</th> 
  <td>Ant 1.5</td> 
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>URL:</th> 
- <td>
  <a href="http://sadun-util.sourceforge.net/pack.html">http://sadun-util.sourceforge.net/pack.html</a> 
  </td>
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>Contact:</th> 
- <td>
  <a href="mailto:cristiano@xtractor.com">Cristiano Sadun</a> 
  </td>
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>License:</th> 
  <td>GNU Lesser General Public License</td> 
  </tr>
  </table>
  </subsection>
- <subsection name="PMD">
  <p>PMD checks Java source code for unused variables, unnecessary object creation, etc</p> 
- <table class="externals">
- <tr>
  <th>Compatibility:</th> 
  <td>Ant 1.4 and higher</td> 
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>URL:</th> 
- <td>
  <a href="http://pmd.sf.net/">http://pmd.sf.net/</a> 
  </td>
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>Contact:</th> 
- <td>
  <a href="mailto:tcopeland@apache.org">Tom Copeland</a> 
  </td>
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>License:</th> 
  <td>Apache Software Foundation License</td> 
  </tr>
  </table>
  </subsection>
- <subsection name="Purge">
  <p>Purge deletes all but the most recent few files from a fileset. For example: if you have generated files (logs, .ear, .war, .jar etc) accumulating in a directory, the purge task will allow you to delete the older files, keeping just the most recent ones.</p> 
- <table class="externals">
- <tr>
  <th>Compatibility:</th> 
  <td>Ant 1.4 or above</td> 
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>URL:</th> 
- <td>
  <a href="http://www.dallaway.com/ant/">http://www.dallaway.com/ant/</a> 
  </td>
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>Contact:</th> 
- <td>
  <a href="mailto:purge@dallaway.com">Richard Dallaway</a> 
  </td>
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>License:</th> 
  <td>LGPL</td> 
  </tr>
  </table>
  </subsection>
- <subsection name="SerialVer">
  <p>SerialVer adds the Java serialver functionality to Apache Ant. This project adds Tasks and FilterReaders to get, to insert and to modify the serialVersionUID in the source code of a serializable class.</p> 
- <table class="externals">
- <tr>
  <th>Compatibility:</th> 
  <td>Ant 1.5.1 and later</td> 
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>URL:</th> 
- <td>
  <a href="http://serialver.sourceforge.net/">http://serialver.sourceforge.net/</a> 
  </td>
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>Contact:</th> 
- <td>
  <a href="https://lists.sourceforge.net/lists/listinfo/serialver-development">developer mailing list</a> 
  </td>
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>License:</th> 
  <td>Apache Software License</td> 
  </tr>
  </table>
  </subsection>
- <subsection name="SmartAnalyzer">
  <p>Powerful analysis of dependencies between Java classes. Only affected classes will be recompiled and it can be used with any bytecode compiler.</p> 
- <table class="externals">
- <tr>
  <th>Compatibility:</th> 
  <td>Apache Ant version 1.5.1</td> 
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>URL:</th> 
- <td>
  <a href="http://smartanalyzer.sourceforge.net/">http://smartanalyzer.sourceforge.net/</a> 
  </td>
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>Contact:</th> 
- <td>
  <a href="http://sourceforge.net/projects/smartanalyzer">support at sourceforge project page</a> 
  </td>
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>License:</th> 
  <td>GNU General Public Licence (GPL)</td> 
  </tr>
  </table>
  </subsection>
- <subsection name="Speech4J">
  <p>A text-to-speech task and build listener, which produce voice output either to speakers or .wav file (the task only).</p> 
- <table class="externals">
- <tr>
  <th>Compatibility:</th> 
  <td>Tested with Ant 1.5.2. Works only on Windows platform because the task uses Microsoft Speech API through JNI.</td> 
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>URL:</th> 
- <td>
  <a href="http://www.speech4j.com/">http://www.speech4j.com/</a> 
  </td>
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>Contact:</th> 
- <td>
  <a href="mailto:support@speech4j.com">support@speech4j.com</a> 
  </td>
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>License:</th> 
  <td>Lite edition of Speech4j which includes both the task and the listener is free.</td> 
  </tr>
  </table>
  </subsection>
- <subsection name="Styler">
  <p>The styler task makes useful combinations of XSLT transformations easy to specify in an Ant build file. Like the built-in Ant task style, styler can apply a single transformation to a set of XML files. But it can also:</p> 
- <ul>
  <li>handle multiple transformations, in parallel or pipelined.</li> 
  <li>enable transformations that split or merge files</li> 
  <li>process non-XML files, especially HTML (based on JTidy)</li> 
  <li>apply non-XSLT transformation, especially "regular fragmentations"</li> 
  <li>use any custom XMLReader or XMLFilter class to handle new file formats and transformation techniques.</li> 
  </ul>
- <table class="externals">
- <tr>
  <th>Compatibility:</th> 
  <td>Ant 1.4</td> 
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>URL:</th> 
- <td>
  <a href="http://www.langdale.com.au/styler/">http://www.langdale.com.au/styler/</a> 
  </td>
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>Contact:</th> 
- <td>
  <a href="mailto:adv@langdale.com.au">Arnold deVos</a> 
  </td>
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>License:</th> 
  <td>LGPL</td> 
  </tr>
  </table>
  </subsection>
- <subsection name="Syntax">
  <p>Transforms source files into HTML documents with syntax highlighting. It can handle a variety of source files including Java, HTML, C/C++, SQL, and Java properties. Colors for elements are specified using cascading style sheets. The output can be templated for easy integration with a site's look and feel.</p> 
- <table class="externals">
- <tr>
  <th>Compatibility:</th> 
  <td>Ant 1.5</td> 
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>URL:</th> 
- <td>
  <a href="http://ostermiller.org/syntax/ant.html">http://ostermiller.org/syntax/ant.html</a> 
  </td>
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>Contact:</th> 
- <td>
  <a href="http://ostermiller.org/contact.pl?regarding=Syntax+Highlighting">Stephen Ostermiller</a> 
  </td>
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>License:</th> 
  <td>GNU General Public License (GPL)</td> 
  </tr>
  </table>
  </subsection>
- <subsection name="Tidy Imports (Tim)">
  <p>Tim is a handy utility that can be executed on the command line or via Ant that automatically formats your import declarations. Tim is capable of removing unused imports, expanding or collapsing imports and even organising them into pre-determined groups.</p> 
- <table class="externals">
- <tr>
  <th>Compatibility:</th> 
  <td>Ant 1.3 and later</td> 
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>URL:</th> 
- <td>
  <a href="http://www.chive.com/tim.htm">http://www.chive.com/tim.htm</a> 
  </td>
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>Contact:</th> 
- <td>
  <a href="mailto:support@chive.com">support@chive.com</a> 
  </td>
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>License:</th> 
  <td>Commercial</td> 
  </tr>
  </table>
  </subsection>
- <subsection name="TiniAnt">
- <p>
  TiniAnt is an Ant task to support building applications for the 
  <a href="http://www.ibutton.com/TINI/">TINI</a> 
  . 
  </p>
- <table class="externals">
- <tr>
  <th>Compatibility:</th> 
  <td>Ant 1.2 to 1.4.1</td> 
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>URL:</th> 
- <td>
  <a href="http://tiniant.sourceforge.net/">http://tiniant.sourceforge.net/</a> 
  </td>
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>Contact:</th> 
- <td>
  <a href="mailto:kelly@ad1440.net">Sean Kelly</a> 
  </td>
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>License:</th> 
  <td>BSD-like license</td> 
  </tr>
  </table>
  </subsection>
- <subsection name="Venus Application Publisher's (Vamp) Ant Task Suite">
  <p>Venus Application Publisher's (Vamp) Ant Task Suite allows you to sign and package your applications into relocatable Web Archives that you can drop into your web server for single-click launching using Java Web Start or into single Java Archive installers that serve up their content through a built-in, multi-threaded, ultra light-weight web server.</p> 
- <table class="externals">
- <tr>
  <th>Compatibility:</th> 
  <td>Ant 1.2 and 1.3</td> 
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>URL:</th> 
- <td>
  <a href="http://www.geocities.com/vamp201/ant.html">http://www.geocities.com/vamp201/ant.html</a> 
  </td>
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>Contact:</th> 
- <td>
  <a href="mailto:vamp201@yahoo.com">Gerald Bauer</a> 
  </td>
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>License:</th> 
  <td>GNU General Public License</td> 
  </tr>
  </table>
  </subsection>
- <subsection name="Version_Tool">
  <p>A versioning tool for Ant.</p> 
- <table class="externals">
- <tr>
  <th>Compatibility:</th> 
  <td>Ant 1.5.1</td> 
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>URL:</th> 
- <td>
  <a href="http://ant.ryangrier.com/">http://ant.ryangrier.com/</a> 
  </td>
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>Contact:</th> 
- <td>
  <a href="mailto:version_tool@ryangrier.com">version_tool@ryangrier.com</a> 
  </td>
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>License:</th> 
  <td>BSD license</td> 
  </tr>
  </table>
  </subsection>
- <subsection name="VPP">
  <p>VPP provides general file preprocessing support based on the Velocity Template Engine. The core funtionality is provided as a filter for use with tasks that supports filter chains. Also included are replacement tasks for <copy> and <javac> that integrate support for preprocessing.</p> 
- <table class="externals">
- <tr>
  <th>Compatibility:</th> 
  <td>1.5.1 and above</td> 
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>URL:</th> 
- <td>
  <a href="http://vpp.sourceforge.net/">http://vpp.sourceforge.net/</a> 
  </td>
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>Contact:</th> 
- <td>
  <a href="mailto:vpp-user@lists.sourceforge.net">vpp-user@lists.sourceforge.net</a> 
  </td>
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>License:</th> 
  <td>BSD license</td> 
  </tr>
  </table>
  </subsection>
- <subsection name="WOProject">
- <p>
  WOProject provides a set of tools to work with 
  <a href="http://webobjects.com/">WebObjects 5.1</a> 
  independent from platform and IDE. It significantly improves developer productivity and makes complex project structures more flexible compared to traditional Makefile-based approach. 
  </p>
- <table class="externals">
- <tr>
  <th>Compatibility:</th> 
  <td>Ant 1.4</td> 
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>URL:</th> 
- <td>
  <a href="http://objectstyle.org/woproject/">http://objectstyle.org/woproject/</a> 
  </td>
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>Contact:</th> 
- <td>
  <a href="mailto:andrus@objectstyle.org">Andrus Adamchik</a> 
  </td>
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>License:</th> 
  <td>Apache license</td> 
  </tr>
  </table>
  </subsection>
- <subsection name="XDoclet">
  <p>XDoclet is an extended Javadoc Doclet engine for use in Ant. It lets you create custom Javadoc @tags and based on those tags generates source code or other files (such as xml-ish deployment descriptors). Templates and matching tasks are provided to generate EJB and web application deployment descriptors.</p> 
- <table class="externals">
- <tr>
  <th>Compatibility:</th> 
  <td>Ant 1.4</td> 
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>URL:</th> 
- <td>
  <a href="http://sourceforge.net/projects/xdoclet/">http://sourceforge.net/projects/xdoclet/</a> 
  </td>
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>License:</th> 
  <td>BSD license</td> 
  </tr>
  </table>
  </subsection>
- <subsection name="XInclude">
- <p>
  <a href="http://www.jeckle.de/freeStuff/xia/index.html">XInclude</a> 
  is a W3C standardized vocabulary for including arbitrary text or XML documents in other XML documents. This task perfomes the inclusion using an existing XInclude implementation 
  </p>
- <table class="externals">
- <tr>
  <th>Compatibility:</th> 
  <td>Ant 1.5.2</td> 
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>URL:</th> 
- <td>
  <a href="http://www.jeckle.de/freeStuff/xia/index.html">http://www.jeckle.de/freeStuff/xia/index.html</a> 
  </td>
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>Contact:</th> 
- <td>
  <a href="mailto:mario@jeckle.de">mario@jeckle.de</a> 
  </td>
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>License:</th> 
  <td>Lesser GNU Public License</td> 
  </tr>
  </table>
  </subsection>
- <subsection name="XmlTask">
  <p>XmlTask provides a simple means to modify XML documents without having to learn XSLT. A simple path reference to an XML node specifies the node you want to change, and how you want to allow XML insertion and removal, or attribute changes. The emphasis is on providing the simplest means to perform common XML replacements</p> 
- <table class="externals">
- <tr>
  <th>Compatibility:</th> 
  <td>Ant 1.4 and later</td> 
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>URL:</th> 
- <td>
  <a href="http://www.oopsconsultancy.com/software/xmltask.html">http://www.oopsconsultancy.com/software/xmltask.html</a> 
  </td>
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>Contact:</th> 
- <td>
  <a href="mailto:xmltask@oopsconsultancy.com">xmltask@oopsconsultancy.com</a> 
  </td>
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>License:</th> 
  <td>Apache Software License</td> 
  </tr>
  </table>
  </subsection>
- <subsection name="yGuard">
  <p>yGuard is a free Java(TM) Bytecode Obfuscator Task that needs no external script or project files. It can completely be configured and run through the Ant build script. The task supports multiple Jar files at once and makes use of patternsets and regular expressions to specify elements, which should be left unobfuscated. Additionally it can be used to produce patches for obfuscated applications that have already been deployed.</p> 
- <table class="externals">
- <tr>
  <th>Compatibility:</th> 
  <td>Ant 1.5 and later</td> 
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>URL:</th> 
- <td>
  <a href="http://www.yworks.com/en/products_yguard_about.htm">http://www.yworks.com/en/products_yguard_about.htm</a> 
  </td>
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>Contact:</th> 
- <td>
  <a href="mailto:yguard@yworks.com">yGuard@yWorks.com</a> 
  </td>
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>License:</th> 
  <td>Library: LGPL, Task: Commercial</td> 
  </tr>
  </table>
  </subsection>
- <subsection name="Zelix KlassMaster">
  <p>The task ZKMTask allows the Zelix KlassMaster Java obfuscator to be integrated into an Ant build.</p> 
- <table class="externals">
- <tr>
  <th>Compatibility:</th> 
  <td>Ant 1.4.1 and later</td> 
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>URL:</th> 
- <td>
  <a href="http://www.zelix.com/klassmaster/docs/buildToolApi.html">http://www.zelix.com/klassmaster/docs/buildToolApi.html</a> 
  </td>
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>License:</th> 
  <td>Commercial</td> 
  </tr>
  </table>
  </subsection>
  </section>
- <section name="Compiler Implementations">
- <subsection name="Generics (JSR14) Early-Access Compiler Adapter">
- <p>
  This is an Ant compiler-adapter that allows you to use the normal 
  <code><javac></code> 
  task plus Sun's early-access compiler to compile Generics-enabled Java code. (This is only necessary until JDK1.5 is released.) 
  </p>
- <table class="externals">
- <tr>
  <th>Compatibility:</th> 
  <td>Ant 1.5 and later</td> 
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>URL:</th> 
- <td>
  <a href="http://www.madbean.com/blog/3/">http://www.madbean.com/blog/3/</a> 
  </td>
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>Contact:</th> 
  <td>Matt Quail <spud[at]madbean[dot]com></td> 
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>License:</th> 
  <td>Public Domain</td> 
  </tr>
  </table>
  </subsection>
- <subsection name="miniRMI <code>&lt;rmic&gt;</code> implementation">
- <p>
  miniRMI is a freeware opensource library that serves as a lightweight replacement for the original java.rmi packages and is suitable especially for applets. Ant 1.4+ 
  <code><rmic></code> 
  adapter included. 
  </p>
- <table class="externals">
- <tr>
  <th>Compatibility:</th> 
  <td>Ant 1.4 and later</td> 
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>URL:</th> 
- <td>
  <a href="http://dione.zcu.cz/~toman40/miniRMI/">http://dione.zcu.cz/~toman40/miniRMI/</a> 
  </td>
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>Contact:</th> 
- <td>
  <a href="mailto:Petr.Toman@pinknet.cz">Petr Toman</a> 
  </td>
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>License:</th> 
  <td>Gnu Lesser Public License</td> 
  </tr>
  </table>
  </subsection>
  </section>
- <section name="IDE and Editor Integration">
- <subsection name="AntFarm">
  <p>A plugin that integrates Ant into the jEdit editor.</p> 
- <table class="externals">
- <tr>
  <th>Compatibility:</th> 
  <td>bundles Ant 1.5</td> 
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>URL:</th> 
- <td>
  <a href="http://plugins.jedit.org/plugins/?AntFarm">http://plugins.jedit.org/plugins/?AntFarm</a> 
  </td>
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>Contact:</th> 
- <td>
  <a href="mailto:jedit-devel@lists.sourceforge.net">jEdit developers mailinglist</a> 
  </td>
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>License:</th> 
  <td>Apache Software License</td> 
  </tr>
  </table>
  </subsection>
- <subsection name="AntMan">
  <p>An AddIn that integrates Ant with the JDeveloper IDE</p> 
- <table class="externals">
- <tr>
  <th>Compatibility:</th> 
  <td>Ant 1.4.1</td> 
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>URL:</th> 
- <td>
  <a href="http://www.erudra.com/antman/index.html">http://www.erudra.com/antman/index.html</a> 
  </td>
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>Contact:</th> 
- <td>
  <a href="mailto:ashok@erudra.com">Ashok Sridhar</a> 
  </td>
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>License:</th> 
  <td>GNU General Public License</td> 
  </tr>
  </table>
  </subsection>
- <subsection name="AntRunner">
  <p>An OpenTool that integrates Ant into the JBuilder IDE (version 5 and later).</p> 
- <table class="externals">
- <tr>
  <th>Compatibility:</th> 
  <td>Ant 1.2 and later</td> 
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>URL:</th> 
- <td>
  <a href="http://antrunner.sourceforge.net/">http://antrunner.sourceforge.net/</a> 
  </td>
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>Contact:</th> 
- <td>
  <a href="mailto:dirk.schnelle@web.de">Dirk Schnelle</a> 
  </td>
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>License:</th> 
  <td>GNU General Public License</td> 
  </tr>
  </table>
  </subsection>
- <subsection name="AntWork">
  <p>A plugin that integrates Ant into the Jext editor.</p> 
- <table class="externals">
- <tr>
  <th>Compatibility:</th> 
  <td>Ant 1.2 and 1.3</td> 
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>URL:</th> 
- <td>
  <a href="ftp://jext.sourceforge.net/pub/jext/plugins/AntWork.zip">ftp://jext.sourceforge.net/pub/jext/plugins/AntWork.zip</a> 
  </td>
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>Contact:</th> 
- <td>
  <a href="mailto:KHartlage@t-online.de">Klaus Hartlage</a> 
  </td>
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>License:</th> 
  <td>GNU General Public License</td> 
  </tr>
  </table>
  </subsection>
- <subsection name="Eclipse">
  <p>Eclipse is a universal tool platform with Ant integration.</p> 
- <table class="externals">
- <tr>
  <th>Compatibility:</th> 
  <td>Ant 1.3 - 1.4.1</td> 
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>URL:</th> 
- <td>
  <a href="http://www.eclipse.org/">http://www.eclipse.org/</a> 
  </td>
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>Contact:</th> 
- <td>
  <a href="news://news.eclipse.org/eclipse.tools">news://news.eclipse.org/eclipse.tools</a> 
  </td>
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>License:</th> 
  <td>Common Public License Version 1.0</td> 
  </tr>
  </table>
  </subsection>
- <subsection name="Gel">
  <p>Java IDE with support for Ant. Gel is a native Microsoft Windows software.</p> 
- <table class="externals">
- <tr>
  <th>Compatibility:</th> 
  <td>Ant 1.4 and above</td> 
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>URL:</th> 
- <td>
  <a href="http://www.gexperts.com/gel.html">http://www.gexperts.com/gel.html</a> 
  </td>
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>Contact:</th> 
- <td>
  <a href="http://groups.yahoo.com/group/gelide/">Project Mailing List</a> 
  </td>
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>License:</th> 
  <td>Freeware</td> 
  </tr>
  </table>
  </subsection>
- <subsection name="HP RadPak">
  <p>RadPak comes with the (free) HP Bluestone HPAS J2EE server, and is primarily a GUI tool for packaging and deploying java web and EJB applications as WAR and EAR files. The tool is ant based, and can be used with as a GUI for general ant development, providing form based entry of task attributes, and an animated display of task execution.</p> 
- <table class="externals">
- <tr>
  <th>Compatibility:</th> 
  <td>bundles Ant 1.3 and docs; adds a jar of extra tasks to any existing ant installation under ANT_HOME</td> 
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>URL:</th> 
- <td>
  <a href="http://www.bluestone.com/products/hp-as/">http://www.bluestone.com/products/hp-as/</a> 
  </td>
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>License:</th> 
  <td>Proprietary but free to download</td> 
  </tr>
  </table>
  </subsection>
- <subsection name="IntelliJ IDEA 2.0">
  <p>Java IDE with refactoring support and Ant integration.</p> 
- <table class="externals">
- <tr>
  <th>Compatibility:</th> 
  <td>bundles Ant 1.3</td> 
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>URL:</th> 
- <td>
  <a href="http://www.intellij.com/idea/">http://www.intellij.com/idea/</a> 
  </td>
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>Contact:</th> 
- <td>
  <a href="mailto:support@intellij.com">support@intellij.com</a> 
  </td>
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>License:</th> 
  <td>Commercial</td> 
  </tr>
  </table>
  </subsection>
- <subsection name="JBuilder 8 Enterprise">
- <p>
  JBuilder 8 Enterprise and "Performance Bundle" come with built-in Ant support. JBuilder 8 Personal and SE don't support Ant directly, but 
  <a href="#AntRunner">an OpenTool</a> 
  is available for them. 
  </p>
- <table class="externals">
- <tr>
  <th>Compatibility:</th> 
  <td>Bundles Ant 1.5.1</td> 
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>URL:</th> 
- <td>
  <a href="http://www.borland.com/jbuilder/index.html">http://www.borland.com/jbuilder/index.html</a> 
  </td>
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>Contact:</th> 
- <td>
  <a href="mailto:customer_service@borland.com">customer_service@borland.com</a> 
  </td>
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>License:</th> 
  <td>Commercial</td> 
  </tr>
  </table>
  </subsection>
- <subsection name="JDE(E) 2.2.8">
  <p>The Java Development Environment for Emacs (JDEE) supports Apache Ant as one of three built-in ways to build your applications.</p> 
- <table class="externals">
- <tr>
  <th>Compatibility:</th> 
  <td>Ant 1.2 and later</td> 
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>URL:</th> 
- <td>
  <a href="http://jde.sunsite.dk/">http://jde.sunsite.dk/</a> 
  </td>
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>Contact:</th> 
- <td>
  <a href="mailto:jde-subscribe@sunsite.auc.dk">JDEE Mailing list.</a> 
  </td>
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>License:</th> 
  <td>GNU General Public License</td> 
  </tr>
  </table>
  </subsection>
- <subsection name="NetBeans / Sun ONE Studio">
  <p>A module that integrates Ant into the NetBeans or Sun ONE Studio (formerly Forte for Java) IDEs.</p> 
- <table class="externals">
- <tr>
  <th>Compatibility:</th> 
  <td>bundles Ant 1.5.1</td> 
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>URL:</th> 
- <td>
  <a href="http://ant.netbeans.org/">http://ant.netbeans.org/</a> 
  </td>
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>Contact:</th> 
- <td>
  <a href="mailto:nbdev@netbeans.org">nbdev@netbeans.org</a> 
  </td>
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>License:</th> 
  <td>Sun Public License</td> 
  </tr>
  </table>
  </subsection>
- <subsection name="Oracle9i JDeveloper">
  <p>Java IDE with support for Ant.</p> 
- <table class="externals">
- <tr>
  <th>Compatibility:</th> 
  <td>Ant 1.5.1</td> 
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>URL:</th> 
- <td>
  <a href="http://otn.oracle.com/products/jdev/">http://otn.oracle.com/products/jdev/</a> 
  </td>
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>Contact:</th> 
- <td>
  <a href="mailto:jdeveloperbeta_us@oracle.com">jdeveloperbeta_us@oracle.com</a> 
  </td>
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>License:</th> 
  <td>Commercial</td> 
  </tr>
  </table>
  </subsection>
- <subsection name="WebSphere Studio Application Developer">
  <p>WSAD features Ant integrate by virtue of being built on the Eclipse tools platform.</p> 
- <table class="externals">
- <tr>
  <th>Compatibility:</th> 
  <td>bundles Ant 1.4.1</td> 
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>Article:</th> 
- <td>
  <a href="http://www7b.software.ibm.com/wsdd/library/techarticles/0203_searle/searle1.html">Ant Integration Part1</a> 
  </td>
  </tr>
- <tr>
  <th>License:</th> 
  <td>Commercial</td> 
  </tr>
  </table>
  </subsection>
  </section>
  </body>
  </document>

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