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From David Forslund <>
Subject Re: [PATCH] exec with include/exclude
Date Sat, 27 May 2000 00:09:40 GMT
The output of ant is:

E:\TMexport\TM2000\interfaces\omg>ant idl
Buildfile: build.xml
Project base dir set to: E:\TMexport\TM2000
Executing Target: prepare
Executing Target: check_for_optional_packages
Executing Target: idl
[exec] jidl -Iidl --tie --package org.omg --output-dir 
E:\TMexport\TM2000/interfaces/omg/src --file-list filelist in 
E:\TMexport\TM2000 for 21 files.
Completed in 83 seconds

I'm running jidl 4.0.


At 11:50 AM 5/27/00 +1200, Mariusz Nowostawski wrote:
>I have not checked that on windows, I run simple tests locally here on
>Linux only, but I suspect it should work on both the same.
>If your target looks something like this:
><target name="idls">
>     <exec dir="."
>           command="jidl --output-dir classes --package"
>           src="idls" output="out.txt"/>
>and inside ./idls you have your *.idl sources:
>0. Invoke: ant idls
>1. Check what you have after execution of the idls target inside out.txt;
>    in normal conditions this file should be empty, but if your jidl has
>    any troubles you can get the idea whats wrong from out.txt
>2. Make sure the output dir is already created (jidl I am using will
>    simply fail if you do not have output directory already created)
>3. If you still cannot guess whats wrong, show me your out.txt file, your
>    target and what ant is printing out when you executing idls target
>As I said, I am using Linux, and I have not noticed any troubles here,
>with target like the one above, with jidl being ORBacus 3.1.3, I have:
>   my out.txt is empty,
>   ant is printing:
>$ ant idls
>Buildfile: build.xml
>Project base dir set to: /home/mariusz/Projects/nzdis/oql
>Executing Target: idls
>[exec] jidl --output-dir classes --package in 
>/home/mariusz/Projects/nzdis/oql for 3 files.
>Completed in 1 seconds
>   and inside classes/com/my/idl/* I have the expected java sources written
>correctly to disk.  I have not checked that on windows though..
>hope it helps
> > I tried the patch and find the jidl program opens up a bunch of command
> > windows on NT and although jidl appears to process the idl files,
> > nothing is written to disk.
> >
> > Dave

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