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Classpath problem

Classpath problem

2004-01-10       - By Dominique Devienne

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> From: Christoph Schwitter [mailto:christophschwitter@(protected)]
>     <path id= "project.class.path " >
>     <pathelement path= "${java.class.path} "/ >
^ you don 't need to do that
It 's controlled by includeAntRuntime
>     <fileset dir= "${lib_chsDir} " >
>           <include name= "**/*.jar "/ >
>        </fileset >
>     <fileset dir= "${lib_extDir} " >
>        <include name= "**/*.jar "/ >
>        </fileset >
>     </path >
>
>
>     <target name= "compile " depends= "init "
>    description= "Compile java source files " >
>        <echo >Compiling java source files in ${srcDir} to
>
> {classDir} </echo >
>        <mkdir dir= "${classDir} "/ >
>     <javac srcdir= "${srcDir} "
>       destdir= "${classDir} "
^ Javac implicitly uses the destdir
in the classpath
>     includes= "**/*.java " >
>        <classpath refid= "project.class.path "/ >
>     </javac >
>     </target >
>
>
>     <target name= "runonly " depends= "init "
>          description= "Run the program from the jar file " >
>        <java jar= "${projectName}.jar "
>    fork= "true "
>    failonerror= "true " >
>     <classpath refid= "project.class.path "/ >
whereas Java doesn 't.
Add ${classDir} to your classpath
>     </java >
>     </target >

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