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From Stefan Bodewig <bode...@apache.org>
Subject Re: cvs commit: gump/project jrefactory.xml
Date Wed, 24 Mar 2004 07:13:19 GMT
On 23 Mar 2004, <antoine@apache.org> wrote:

>   +    <work nested="jar/ErrorList.jar"/>
>   +    <work nested="jar/ProjectViewer.jar"/>
>   +    <work nested="jar/bcel.jar"/>
>   +    <work nested="jar/collect.jar"/>
>   +    <work nested="jar/core.jar"/>
>   +    <work nested="jar/coreplugin.jar"/>
>   +    <work nested="jar/findbugs.jar"/>
>   +    <work nested="jar/findbugsGUI.jar"/>
>   +    <work nested="jar/gjc-rt.jar"/>
>   +    <work nested="jar/jai_codec.jar"/>
>   +    <work nested="jar/jai_core.jar"/>
>   +    <work nested="jar/jbuilder.jar"/>
>   +    <work nested="jar/jedit.jar"/>
>   +    <work nested="jar/openide.jar"/>
>   +    <work nested="jar/primetime.jar"/>
>   +    <work nested="jar/proguard.jar"/>
>   +    <work nested="jar/saxpath-1.0-fcs.jar"/>

ugly.

Any idea what the contents are?  bcel.jar sounds like jakarta-bcel,
collect could be commons-collections.  JAI could be an installed
package if other projects need it as well.  saxpath is already
somewhere as an installed package.

In general I'd rather use a technique like

<project name="jai">
  <jar name="jar/jai_codec.jar"/>
  <jar name="jar/jai_core.jar"/>
</project>

inside the module combined with <depend project="jai"/> in the project
for jars in CVS.  This enables us to switch between using a jar from
CVS, using an installed package and building a project from scratch
more easily.

Stefan

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