||Writing Ant Tasks|
|Subject:||using classpath vs jar|
Response to: Feedback
Using a class file seems to work just fine for me.
Using the "Add.class" example you use, simply
make sure your classpath contains the directory
where Add.class lives. Before running ant, I
set my class path to "blahblah;newtasks" (under
windoze). newtasks is a subdirectory of my
current directory. newtasks contains Add.class
(which is in the newtasks package). Similarly,
you can add the classpath to your taskdef line
This was done using ant 1.5, and jdk 1.4
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using classpath vs jar
2004-11-23 21:22:00 Xapp [View]