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Subject Re: optional ant tasks question
Date Thu, 03 Jun 2004 22:24:52 GMT
i am a CS student just learning junit so cant help ya too much....
but I had this problem be4 (with junit in ANT), someone redirected me to this:

(me personally even though i reference the junit jar in the classpath for the task, it still
didnt recognize it so i just put it in $ANT_HOME/lib to get by).

----- Original Message -----
From: Gregory Gimler <>
Date: Thursday, June 3, 2004 5:06 pm
Subject: optional ant tasks question

> Hello,
> 	I have a question concerning optional ant tasks.  First of all, 
> I've built 
> custom tasks in the past and it was relatively easy to include any 
> relevant 
> jars inside of source control and have the build refer to those 
> jars to 
> load the task.  However, when using one of the official ant custom 
> tasks 
> (i.e. junit and antlr) it specifies I must have it in my classpath 
> environment variable or inside of the $ANT_HOME/lib directory.  Is 
> there 
> another way?  Ideally I'd like all developers working from the 
> code base to 
> download the latest repository and be able to build with just a 
> vanilla ant 
> install and no modification to their environment variables (much 
> like the 
> custom tasks I've built).  Could someone clarify if this is 
> possible and if 
> so, how would I go about doing it?  Thanks.
>                                                        	-Greg
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