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From Vijay Aravamudhan <>
Subject Re: Ant build vs. CruiseControl
Date Thu, 25 Oct 2007 16:06:17 GMT
Also, make sure CC is using the ant install that you have dropped the 
jera jar in.
Typically, CC comes with its own version of ant - and to use a different 
install directory of ant, you have to pass in some parameters or set a 
system environment variable. (Cant remember what they are offhand).


Loehr, Ruel wrote:
> Before declaring your taskdef echo the classpath you are using and post
> it.
> Google "ant print classpath" for instructions.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: david [] 
> Sent: Thursday, October 25, 2007 10:43 AM
> To:
> Subject: Ant build vs. CruiseControl
> Hello Steve, dev, committers, gurus and users, a few weeks ago I read an
> email from Steve in the response to another user's email: Steve listed
> CruiseControl as one of the better OSS (free) softwares to manage a
> project under CVS and Ant. I have downloaded and built so-called CC and
> now it dutifully attempts to build my project. Problem: my project uses
> the Jera Ant Task jar to allow hidden input of a password. At the
> command-line the Ant build works as always. Under CC the build fails
> with the following exception:
> [cc]Oct-25 09:58:16 ScriptRunner - xmls\taskdefs.xml:2: taskdef class
> com.jera.anttasks.Query cannot be found
> The JeraAntTasks.jar is in the ANT_HOME/lib directory and elsewhere but
> Ant cannot find this jar regardless. I have included the Jera jar in the
> CLASSPATH and in the cruisecontrol.bat as a property but no change in
> the CC build exception reporting as stated above. All of the CC ML
> replies so far claim Ant as the culprit. The particulars follow. Thanks
> in advance and please advise, David.
> OS: Windows XP
> Ant: 1.7.0
> CC: 2.7.1
> JDK: 1.4
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