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From "Ciramella, EJ" <>
Subject mail differences from 1.5.3 to 1.6.0
Date Mon, 09 Feb 2004 13:33:58 GMT
I've just upgraded to take advantage of the subant task but the mail that
gets sent out is weird.

Using ant 1.5.3, the file used for the body of the message gets treated just
as such.  With 1.6.0, I get a message from the server (with the file as an

This message uses a character set that is not supported by the Internet
Service.  To view the original message content,  open the attached message.
If the text doesn't display correctly, save the attachment to disk, and then
open it using a viewer that can display the original character set. 

If I change the encoding to PLAIN, things work fine - but I didn't need this
setting when I was using 1.5.3.  Is this a change with ANT?

-----Original Message-----
From: Keith Hatton []
Sent: Monday, February 09, 2004 4:09 AM
To: Ant Users List
Subject: RE: How are daemons used?

<daemons> is new in Ant 1.6, so if you can't upgrade, you'd better stop

For Ant 1.5, you may want to try something like:
   ... start something ...

   ... wait for something to start ...
   ... test something ...
   ... shut down something ...


-----Original Message-----
From: Donald Strong []
Sent: 09 February 2004 02:26
To: Ant Mail List
Subject: How are daemons used?


The documentation in the parallel task mentions daemons as a
nested element but does not give an example of its use.

My first feeble attempt looks a bit like this.

    <target name="test" >
            <antcall target="start-something" />
            <antcall target="test-something" />

It didn't work.
Can anyone shed some light on Daemons?
I am using Ant 1.5.1 and cannot upgrade so don't suggest it please.


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