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From "Digambar, Shaligram (Consultant)" <Shaligram.Digam...@GTECH.COM>
Subject Handling Multiple Source Directories
Date Wed, 15 Oct 2003 21:19:27 GMT
We have following directory structure for our legacy java application

		-classA (depends on class D)
		-classA (another copy of classA with different
implementation, this always overrides folder1.classA)

With our old build scripts (.ksh) that uses jdk 1.1.8 javac compiler, we
could go to each java file in the folder and build folder1.jar and
folder2.jar separately where each jar has respective class files.
When I use ant to build this kind of structure using following (--pseudo

      <javac srcdir="folder2:folder1" classpath="folder2:folder1"
destdir="release" sourcepath="">
I am using ant through JBuilder9 (ant version is 1.5.2).

I get duplicate class definition error for classA. Is there any way to build
above structure into separate jars with ant? I can build this with the old
build script and do not want to restructure the files in a single source
tree unless it is essential. Is there any way?? Please Help!!!!


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