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From "Alexey N. Solofnenko" <A.Solofne...@mdl.com>
Subject Re: Adding to the ant classpath from within a project
Date Tue, 23 Aug 2005 20:05:39 GMT
<taskdef> and <typedef> 
(http://ant.apache.org/manual/CoreTasks/typedef.html) have classpath 
attribute. You can execute it within a target or within ANT-Contrib's 
<if> task in a global scope.

- Alexey.

Nestor Dutko wrote:
> I've looked around at this and understand the mechanisms that nat has
> for
> extending types (via typedef) and tasks (via taskdef).
>  
> I have a condition where I want to use the propertyregexp task. I
> compile
> using JDK1.2. I also have the apache regexp.jar. I have read on how to
> add
> my own task definition and defining with regexpimpl to use via the ant
> -D
> mechanism.
>  
> What I want to do is
>  
>     - augment just ant's classpath to include regexp.jar
>     - do this without:
>  
>         adding the file to $ANT_HOME/lib
>         adding the file to ~/.ant tree
>         setting CLASSPATH to point to the location of the file before
> invoking ant.
>  
> Is there some way that I can cause the ant classloader to know about a
> generic JAR file to be added if the jar file does not have a type or
> task
> definition?
>  
> Thanks,
> Nestor
>
>   

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