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Is the Lomboz a Substitute For the ANT

 
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I am new to both the Lomboz and ANT. I read the introduction paragraph to the Lomboz: "build, test and deploy using J2EE based 100% Java Application Servers."

Is the Lomboz a substitute for the ANT or Maven?
 
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Lomboz is the plug-in for Eclipse. It gives J2EE development environment(like MyEclipse). Don't confuse with Ant. It is open source also.
Ant is the build tool.
 
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