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From Matt Seibert <>
Subject Re: cvs commit: xml-axis/java/tools test.xml build.xml
Date Tue, 27 Aug 2002 17:37:07 GMT

I guess I misunderstood you.  I assumed that you meant tools/<packagename>
where the packagename contained "ant" for these first few.

My idea was (in order to name them package approximate):

tools/            (to set the stuff apart from src/, samples/, lib/, test/)
      org/apache/axis/tools/ant/axis      (this stuff)

I can re-organize this stuff however.....

Matt Seibert                                 
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Sent: Tuesday, August 27, 2002 9:04 AM
Subject: cvs commit: xml-axis/java/tools test.xml build.xml

> seibert     2002/08/27 09:04:55
>   Added:       java/tools/org/apache/axis/tools/ant/axis
>                java/tools/org/apache/axis/tools/ant/wsdl
>                java/tools/org/apache/axis/tools/ant/foreach
>                js.jar bsf.jar
>                java/tools test.xml build.xml
>   Log:
>   A new tools structure, which gets my foreach stuff out of test/ for
>   I have also "seeded" the tree with the RunAxisFunctioanlTestTask and
>   wsdl2java and java2wsdl tasks, which are copies from the current test/
>   tree, and are "marked" up for the new proposed package name
>   I have also included a tools/build.xml file which compiles these tasks,
>   created ${build.lib}/axis-ant.jar.  The tools/test.xml file attempts to
>   up these tasks, which checks that they are compiled and on the
classpath.  It
>   could become smarter to try to exec them in the future.
>   This will replace my buildPreTestTaskdefs.xml file, so I will be
cleaning that up
>   later.

I'd have preferred the ant stuff in a sub-project beneath ant  (tools/ant),
as that way when we add taglibs or xdoclet stuff they can go into
tools/taglib and tools/xdoclet.

nothing major.

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