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Eclipse + Ant + Consoles

Carey Brown
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I'm using the latest Juno version of Eclipse with a large project with multiple build.xml's kicked off by a parent build.xml. Unfortunately as each build is launched in turn it overwrites the contents in the console window so that any errors appear for a second but then are gone. Ideally I would like the output of the nested builds to just append to one another, but if that's not possible, I'd like each build to appear in its own console window so that I can go back to each console if there's an error.
Or, have the build process halt when it hits any error.
Thanks, Carey


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Peter Johnson
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I don't know if you can control that in Eclipse but you could do either of the following:

a) Run the build from a command prompt (not from within Eclipse)

b) Set up your build scripts to create build logs. See http://ant.apache.org/manual/Tasks/recorder.html


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