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From "Saurabh Dave" <saurabh.d...@patni.com>
Subject RE: Re: classpath issue in <javac> task
Date Fri, 01 Jun 2007 12:41:57 GMT
I you want to some additional classpath In your javac reference then you can
use
Step1: first make the classpath reference
<path id="build.classpath">
    	<pathelement location="${lib.dir}/your_class1.jar"/>   
    	<pathelement location="${lib.dir}/your_class2.jar"/>
	<pathelement location="${lib.dir}/your_class3.jar"/>
   
 </path
Then use it with javac reference
<target name="compile">
<javac srcdir="your_src_dir" destdir="your_dest_dir_for_classes" 
classpathref="build.classpath" />
</target>
Mail me if this works....
Regards
Saurabh


-----Original Message-----
From: query [mailto:search2006@rediffmail.com] 
Sent: Friday, June 01, 2007 6:08 PM
To: user@ant.apache.org
Subject: Re :Re: classpath issue in <javac> task

Below is the sample log file and build fileLog file:
[javac] Using modern compiler&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; [javac] Compilation
arguments:&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; [javac] \'-d\'&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; [javac]
\'E:\\samplebuild\\eg\\eg2\\classfiles\'&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; [javac]
\'-classpath\'&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; [javac]
\'E:\\samplebuild\\eg\\eg2\\classfiles;C:\\PROGRA~1\\jdk1.5;E:\\samplebuild\
\eg\\eg1\\eg.jar\'&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; [javac]
\'-sourcepath\'&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; [javac]
\'E:\\samplebuild\\eg\\eg2\\sourcefiles\'&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; [javac]
\'-g:none\'&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; [javac] &nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; [javac] The
\'
characters around the executable and arguments are&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; [javac]
not part of the command.&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; [javac] Files to be
compiled:Build file:
&lt;javac srcdir=\"${src.dest}\" destdir=\"${class.dest}\"
includeAntRuntime=\"no\"&gt;&nbsp;&lt;include
name=\"*.java\"/&gt;&nbsp;&lt;classpath
refid=\"eg.class.path\"/&gt;&lt;/javac&gt;On Fri, 1 Jun 2007 06:55:22 -0400
\"Ant Users List\" wroteYou didn\'t include a code snippet, so it is hard to
see what you did.There is a nested element in the task where youcan specify
a classpath either through a \"fileset\" or via a reference.You can also use
the \"classpath=\" parameter to specify the classpath.However, if you do not
specify either, it takes the value of classpathvia your environment.How do
you specify classpath? Can you print out the classpath rightbefore you call
the task to verify that it is set the way youwant?If you\'re setting
claspath via reference, you can convert thereference to a parameter and then
print the parameter.On 1 Jun 2007 08:36:22 -0000, query wrote:&gt; I have
created classpath in a build file and using it in the same build file for
compiling java so
 urce files.&nbsp;When I checked the log file I found that classfile
destination folder(absolute path of class.dest) was also included in the&gt;
classpath though I had not specified in eg.class.pathAs a result, it
creating more class files.I suspect that this is due to that extra path in
classpath.&gt; Is there any way to exclude that classpath while compiling
java source files?&gt; Log file:&gt; [javac] Using modern
compiler&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; [javac] Compilation arguments:&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;
[javac] \'-d\'&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; [javac]
\'E:\\samplebuild\\eg\\eg2\\classfiles\'&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; [javac]
\'-classpath\'&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; [javac]
\'E:\\samplebuild\\eg\\eg2\\classfiles;C:\\PROGRA~1\\jdk1.5;E:\\samplebuild\
\eg\\eg1\\eg.jar\'&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; [javac]
\'-sourcepath\'&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; [javac]
\'E:\\samplebuild\\eg\\eg2\\sourcefiles\'&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; [javac]
\'-g:none\'&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; [javac] &nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; [javac] The
\'
characters around the executable and arg
 uments are&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; [javac] not part of the
command.&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; [javac] Files to be compiled:&gt; Build file:&gt;
&nbsp;&nbsp;-- --David
Weintraubqazwart@gmail.com--------------------------------------------------
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