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From Florian Hopf <h...@synyx.de>
Subject Re: Is Maven really necessary?
Date Wed, 24 May 2006 12:11:56 GMT
> A user creates the project.properties and the schema xml stuff. That's all
> Then he calls
>    java torque generate
> to create all java files in the target source directory
> Then the user can either type
>    java torque compile
> to compile the om stuff and place the class files in the specified target
> dir or simply include this om source path in the project of his IDE (e.g.
> Eclipse or Netbeans or whatever)
I don't see the necessity for such a thing. Ant is a very common tool
for Java developers. But if you'd like to have it I think it wouldn't be
difficult to implement. Ant tasks can be called from java quite easily.
There's a section in the ant manual describing the steps you'd have to take.

Good luck with your thesis ;)


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