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javac in BUILD.XML

Ronnie Phelps
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How can I execute the following command in my build.xml file.
javac -g -bootclasspath c:\somedir\somesub
Matthew Phillips
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To take care of the -g set the debug attribute to on. You can use the bootclasspath attribute to set your bootclasspath or you can use the bootclasspath element enclosed in the javac element.


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Ronnie Phelps
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I'm pretty new to using the ant tool. Is there an online reference where I can find this information.
Ronnie Phelps
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Nevermind I found some info on jakarta's web site. If anyone knows of better reference sites, please feel free to post.
Matthew Phillips
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You will find a great introduction in the JavaRanch newsletter. You can read it here.
 
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