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From Dominique Devienne <DDevie...@lgc.com>
Subject RE: multiple args to java task
Date Tue, 21 Oct 2003 16:02:09 GMT
> From: Amit Kulkarni [mailto:proudlyindian@yahoo.com]
> 
> Yeah rejected coz i dont think there is a way to execute above apply task
> in a loop where in each
> time in the loop the fileset gets a different jar file.

It's <apply> that internally (in Java code) does the loop in 'serial' mode,
or not (in parallel mode). You might misunderstand the usage of <apply>!?

> Also below u talked about putting the classpath in command line argument
> for java, but wot abt the
> windoze limit of only allowing 1024 chars in the command line ?
> thanks

This is only a .bat limitation. By default Ant uses Java's System.exec()
call, which has the higher limitation *all* windows program share, i.e.
around 32KB I think.

--DD

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