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From "Jan C." <chal...@gmail.com>
Subject Terminate an Ant target
Date Wed, 19 Jan 2011 09:17:18 GMT
Hello,
I use ant to run some JUnit test. My JUnit test need a http server so
I also start one in my test:

<target name="mytest" depends="build">
<parallel failonany="true" >
    <sequential>
      <!-- Start HTTP server here -->
       <java fork="yes"
classname="org.apache.axis2.transport.http.SimpleHTTPServer" >
          ...
    </sequential>
    <sequential>
      <!-- Run JUnit tests here-->
       <junit> ...
    </sequential>
</parallel>
</target>


The problem I have is that the SimpleHTTPServer is running forever so
even when my JUnit test finish successfully, the ant target does not
terminate. I can only terminate it using Ctrl+C. Since I want this
target to be automated, I would like to find a way to "successfully"
stop the ant target when the junit task finishes.

Any ideas ?

cheers,
Jan

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