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From "S I" <>
Subject RE: Ant Task: sshexec
Date Fri, 27 May 2005 04:20:45 GMT
You'd think ANTconrib would be something kept & maintained by Apache and 
you're assuming we're all guru's like yourself.  I wouldn't write here if I 
had the know-how of this chaotic doggy dog world chasing its own tail.

I couldn't & wouln't be able to tell one ant-this from another ant-that.  I 
assumed the way everyone talks about's a core task.  You  
have no idea the frustration it caused me to dig through Apache for this 
illusive utility.  I wish I had asked or occured to me to Google rather than 
make Apache a one-stop shop.  I also wish Apache organizers in the Optional 
or Core tasks section made a reference to it to say, "Hey dummies, this 
utility is sitting and being serverd by What's wrong? Can't 
you read minds?"

And speaking of Apache and its contributors...why're the documentations 
(Tasks or otherwise) written so cryptic and so hard? Just to torment the 
rest of us?

I wish those of you who are more knowledgeable than the rest of us NEWBIES, 
had more patient and explained things more thoroughly, so some day we can be 
like you guys to pass it on and to help others.  :)

Thank you


p.s. I just Googled and guess what?'s download section is 
down.  It figures, it could only happen to me!  :)

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From: Jeffrey E Care <>
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Subject: RE: Ant Task: sshexec
Date: Thu, 26 May 2005 23:43:54 -0400
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Perhaps a simple Google search for antcontrib on your part would be in
order here?

Jeffrey E. Care (
WebSphere Build SWAT Team Lead
WebSphere Build Tooling Lead (Project Mantis)

"S I" <> wrote on 05/26/2005 10:15:31 PM:

 > Thanks.  What is or where is AntServer in AntContrib?  I'm in Apache Ant
 > I see NO Ant task in Core or Optional Tasks area.   Link please?

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