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Could not find xxxClass Make sure you have it in your classpath

K Mansoor
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Joined: Jan 10, 2006
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Folks- I'm busting my brains over this for the last few days, have exhausted all avenues, must be missing something simple, but I am apparently not able to set up the <classpath> correctly for .class files.

<dirset dir="${test-output.home}">
<include name="classes/**/*.class" />
</dirset>

I have tried <fileset> and <classfileset> also but to no avail.


Here is my build.xml:



when I run it:
$ ant run -verbose




Help!!! save my sanity.
Peter Johnson
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Joined: May 14, 2008
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Try changing line 30 to:



You do not want to include class files in the classpath, instead you want to include the base directory that include that class files within a directory path that reflects their packages.


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