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From "Vladimir Egorov" <>
Subject RE: Need information about using Eclipse AntRunner
Date Wed, 06 Dec 2006 19:26:59 GMT
This may be off, but could it be a classloader problem? Say your string
extension classes are not visible to classloader that loaded junitreport


> -----Original Message-----
> From: Steve Loughran []
> Sent: Friday, December 01, 2006 6:09 AM
> To: Ant Users List
> Subject: Re: Need information about using Eclipse AntRunner
> Michael Giroux wrote:
> > I have an ANT script that includes a <junitreport> task.  The
> > <junitreport> task uses an XSLT to transform junit reports (xml
> > into HTML.  The xslt uses string extensions to convert newline
> > characters into <br> tags.
> >
> > When the script is executed using the Eclipse AntRunner (eclipse
> > 3.2.1), it appears that the extension library for strings is not
> > found, and the generated HTML does not get the desired <br> tags.
> > Worse, this happens silently, so I have no evidence that this is
> > actually the case, or if the string extensions are broken.
> >
> > I suspect that the extension library is not being included in the
> > classpath, but not sure how to prove that.
> >
> > If anyone has successfully used Eclipse AntRunner with <junitreport>
> > or any other task that needs extension libraries, can you tell me if
> > there is any additional configuration requirements to make this
> >
> > FWIW, I asked this on the eclipse newsgroup and have not seen an
> > answer, so I'm guessing that nobody over there knows the answer.  I
> > was hoping that someone with ANT expertise was also familiar with
> > Eclipse AntRunner and might help here.
> >
> Could be they are using a different XSLT engine than xerces, even if
> xerces is on the classpath. All those java endorsed directories and
> things...
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