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From "Kerry, Richard" <richard.ke...@atos.net>
Subject Use of Ant's zip task - ensuring file order follows the rules for Epub3
Date Fri, 14 Jun 2013 10:04:58 GMT


Does anyone have experience of Ant's zip task - in particular for building epub3 documents
 ?



One of the rules for epub3 is that the mimetype file comes first.  It appears that this can't
be enforced using Ant's zip task.  Does anyone know if there is any way of making this work
?  Or do I need to call out to an external application ?  (ie infozip's zip.exe.  7-zip doesn't
appear to do it either).





Regards,

Richard.











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