#1 How about using Ant...


I'm not sure your reasons for using unix make file
system to compile your JODE, but if the reason is not
because of platform specific issues, then I ask you to
consider using Ant...


Its a nice java and xml based make file system. It
would mean, no more need for developers of other
platforms to install or have to use unix tools to
compile JODE.


  • Jochen Hoenicke

    Jochen Hoenicke - 2001-06-07
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    • status: open --> closed
  • Jochen Hoenicke

    Jochen Hoenicke - 2001-06-07

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    I haven't looked closely enough at Ant to judge if it has
    all the features I need. I admit that the current scheme
    to use configure to convert .java.in files is ugly. The
    next big update will at least only contain plain .java
    files configured for jdk-1.2 and above.

    I currently use autoconfigure to distinguish between
    jdk-1.1 and jdk-1.2, to determine in which package the
    collection classes and swing resides, and to patch the
    import statements. If this is all easy to do with Ant I
    will consider changing to it.

  • Jochen Hoenicke

    Jochen Hoenicke - 2001-08-14

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    In the last weeks I have got ant-infected and the latest
    CVS version is completely based on ant instead of make. I
    hope to make a release soon, but there are still some
    show-stoppers in the obfuscator.


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