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From "Rhino" <rhi...@sympatico.ca>
Subject Re: Which command line parameter could get all targets' name in build.xml ?
Date Sat, 31 Dec 2005 14:00:25 GMT
My only suggestion is that you clarify your question. I have no idea what 
you are asking.

For what it's worth, you can list all the targets you like in your command 
line and all of them are associated with the option(s) you specify. For 
example, if you do this:

ant -v -d -f prep1.xml init compile bundle

you are invoking a build file named 'prep1.xml' and executing the targets 
named init, compile and bundle; the verbose and debug options apply to all 
of the targets you are executing.

Rhino

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "ajax chelsea" <ajaxchelsea@gmail.com>
To: "Ant Users List" <user@ant.apache.org>
Sent: Saturday, December 31, 2005 4:12 AM
Subject: Which command line parameter could get all targets' name in 
build.xml ?


hi all:
    anybody could give any suggestions ?


ant [options] [target [target2 [target3] ...]]
Options:
  -help, -h              print this message
  -projecthelp, -p       print project help information
  -version               print the version information and exit
  -diagnostics           print information that might be helpful to
                         diagnose or report problems.
  -quiet, -q             be extra quiet
  -verbose, -v           be extra verbose
  -debug, -d             print debugging information
  -emacs, -e             produce logging information without adornments
  -lib <path>            specifies a path to search for jars and classes
  -logfile <file>        use given file for log
    -l     <file>                ''
  -logger <classname>    the class which is to perform logging
  -listener <classname>  add an instance of class as a project listener
  -noinput               do not allow interactive input
  -buildfile <file>      use given buildfile
    -file    <file>              ''
    -f       <file>              ''
  -D<property>=<value>   use value for given property
  -keep-going, -k        execute all targets that do not depend
                         on failed target(s)
  -propertyfile <name>   load all properties from file with -D
                         properties taking precedence
  -inputhandler <class>  the class which will handle input requests
  -find <file>           (s)earch for buildfile towards the root of
    -s  <file>           the filesystem and use it
  -nice  number          A niceness value for the main thread:
                         1 (lowest) to 10 (highest); 5 is the default



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