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From Henry Zongaro <zong...@ca.ibm.com>
Subject Re: general Digest of: get.11537
Date Wed, 29 Jun 2005 17:53:43 GMT
Hi, Stefan.

----- Message from Stefan Bodewig <bodewig@apache.org> on Tue, 28 Jun 2005 
20:26:51 +0200 -----
> >      within which to run a test.  When the smoketest is run by the
> >      Gump build, my patch simply copies through the existing
> >      bootclasspath setting using the value of the
> >      sun.boot.class.path property.
> 
> If you look into Ant's CVS HEAD code, you'll see that bootclasspath
> handling in CommandlineJava has become more sensible.  I.e. it will
> now create -bootclasspath arguments correctly.
> 
> >      Does your comment about Ant "ignoring all other classpath
> >      settings" apply to the classpathref and bootclasspath
> >      attributes we've specified on our custom task?
> 
> No, but to CommandlineJava.  When you create the command line,
> build.sysclasspath makes CommandlineJava ignore your refs.
> 
> >      If so, that's not the behaviour we're seeing.
> 
> Are you creating bootclasspath settings directly (i.e. create the args
> yourself)?

     Yes, our custom ant task creates -Xbootclasspath option using 
CommandlineJava.createJvmArg().setValue(String).  I see that there is a 
CommandlineJava.createBootclasspath(Project) method since Ant 1.6, and I 
take it that that is the method that we ought to be using.

     Thanks for all of your help in debugging this failure!

Thanks,

Henry
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Henry Zongaro      Xalan development
IBM SWS Toronto Lab   T/L 969-6044;  Phone +1 905 413-6044
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