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From Stefan Bodewig <bode...@bost.de>
Subject Re: mkdir and rmdir / Windows
Date Fri, 30 Jun 2000 11:23:06 GMT
>>>>> "EB" == Emmanuel Blot <eblot@jijia12.grenoble.hp.com> writes:

 EB> Then, whenever it tries to (re)create the same directory, it
 EB> failed (that is ok) because the directory already exists (since
 EB> it has not been deleted). At this point, ANT bails out.

Are you sure? I bet you are.

Mkdir checks whether the directory already exists and only tries to
create the dir, if it isn't there. I have no Windows box around to
check but it seems that for some reasons Ant thinks the dir is not
there - so ignore the error is no option as Ant doesn't know the dir
does exist.

Stefan

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