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ANT IDE???

 
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Here is a what I anticipate to be an unpopular question:
Is there some IDE for creating ANT scripts as to make my life easier???
I feel I write enough code and I want some button pushing.
Thanks!
 
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Most good IDE's will do this. But I always feel you should write these by hand anyway - good builds are worth the effort. With generated ant file you are always running the risk of subtle errors, such as different versions of the same package being included in the classpath and so on.
 
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Using the last Netbeans 3.6
Full completion on all levels!
ant.netbeans.org/servlets/ProjectDownloadList
Get the anttoolbar.nbm
Get the ant-grammar-release36-*.nbm
Get the ant-docs-release36-*.nbm
Install them via the Tools/Upgrade Center : Manual selection
Enjoy!
 
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For ide, look at antelope or jedit (see ant.apache.org for references).
Of course, there is Xemacs which has nice xml editing features.
 
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