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Subject AW: How to figure out how Ant is invoked...
Date Fri, 02 Nov 2007 06:11:26 GMT
You could run Ant with -debug option. In Eclipse you can set this in the run-external dialog.


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>Von: weiji [] 
>Gesendet: Donnerstag, 1. November 2007 22:59
>Betreff: How to figure out how Ant is invoked...
>We are using Ant in our build process to compile Java sources 
>as well as run
>a compiler for Adobe Flex.  The Flex part of our webapp 
>handles the user
>interface.  We noticed that running the Ant target from within 
>Adobe's Flex
>Builder IDE will generate output differently compared to 
>running the Ant
>target from a shell.
>This difference is noticeable because it causes the browser to 
>incompletely load the webapp.  The browser will show "Waiting for
>http://localhost/tds/history.htm" on the status bar, and there 
>are other
>indications that the browser is waiting (favicon doesn't 
>display, the tab
>continues showing the animated load icon, the progress bar is 
>This issue only occurs when we execute the flex compilation 
>from the shell
>or via my IntelliJ IDE.  If we execute the same flex 
>compilation target from
>Adobe's Flex Builder 2 IDE, or from inside Eclipse, the issue does not
>I have them all set to use the same installation of Ant, so I 
>can only think
>that somehow the different development environments are invoking Ant
>differently.  Is there a way to check for this?
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