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From "Scot P. Floess" <>
Subject Re: Importing files
Date Fri, 09 Jun 2006 11:01:28 GMT
Silly question, what happens if you run ant against your build.xml from 
the command line?

Another silly question, you are using <import> correct?

I know I am using <import>'s galore with no issues...

Can we get a peek at your XML files?


M V Chetan wrote:
> I am trying to split up some targets and place them as seperate projects for
> ease of use and include these in my main build.xml to make use of the
> targets in these files(the included files).
> I have this scenario,
> Buid.xml has two targets build and Main_1
> The default target build (in build.xml) depends on Sub_1
> SubBuild.xml(which is included in Build.xml) has one task
> Sub_1 depends (Main_2)
> The problem is thaat Sub_1 doesn't understand where Main_2 is(Atleast,my IDE
> keeps pointing out that it can't find Main_2)
> Is this just the limitation of the IDE or is there a way by whcih i can
> specify that Main_2 is present in so and so place.
> PS :From a design perspective I might be wrong in doing it in this
> fashion,since the idea of removing targets into different project files is
> that they can be reused elsewhere and hence forcing a depends on my main
> build.xml in this case may not be the right thing to do.
> Nevertheless,at this point i just want a seperation of targets since i have
> many targets and it makes sense to remove out a few of them from the
> build.xml.
> Kindly tell me where i am going wrong.??and what i can do to set it right(if
> there is a way)
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