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Re: [aspectj-dev] iajc-task
- From: Kev Jackson <kevin.jackson@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 23 Feb 2006 08:23:58 +0700
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Here a snippet of my ant task:
I remember there was a problem with the srcdir parameter of the
compiler, but I'm not sure.
Coming from an ant developer, your srcdir value doesn't look right - (I
know iajc is developed externally by the AspectJ guys, so it may be a
different beast altogether).
Typically the compiler tasks (javac, jikes, gcj etc) use a nested
<include> <exclude> to specify which files should be considered by the
compiler. It's also common practice to simply specify the root dir in
the src dir (or <src>) and then use include/exclude to filter out
unwanted files. And I've never seen the dir:dir:dir structure before in
ant - almost looks like a classpath for unix :)
This manual page contains more info
PS What happened to the link to iajc on the external tasks page? Did
someone request for it to be removed? Or am I imagining the whole thing?