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Subject RE: antcall and immutable properties ... Normal ?
Date Tue, 09 Dec 2003 11:01:12 GMT
> Is it documented whether or not dependencies are satisified before a 
> condition is checked?

Quick answer: yes - in the source code (ok, just kidding) 
Should be in the manual [1] on "Using Ant | Targets", but it isnĀ“t ... yet

> Are there any scope for target (in comparison with Java, some 
> methods may be Private and Public -- typically B.check could 
> be a private task in order not to be callable from command 
> line) ? Enhancement, already foreseen enhancement or not interesting ?

Something between already-seen and not-interesting.

>From the manual [1]:
"Targets beginning with a hyphen such as "-restart" are valid, and can be
used to name targets that should not be called directly from the command

But there are some requests on BugZilla [2]


    "adding visibility to tasks"

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