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From "Yagna Boorada" <yag...@mastek.com>
Subject jvmarg along with fork="true" causing problem in ant 1.6.5
Date Thu, 25 May 2006 12:25:35 GMT
Hi,

 

            I am passing few arguments to the java task. 

 

            I would like to pass an endorsed folder as a jvmarg to the
task with fork="true".

 

            As one of the arguments take with a pattern like "*.xml" the
fork is causing problem in the ant task. 

 

This is sending all the pattern matching files as individual arguments
to the executable.

            

It is a great help if some one can give me a solution for this.

 

Regards

Yagna

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