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From Brian Deitte <>
Subject RE: why does P4Base work?
Date Fri, 19 Jan 2001 05:01:14 GMT
Since I was positive I hadn't made a dumb mistake, I looked back over it...
and of course had made a dumb mistake.  :)  I assumed project was null, but
it was the Task I was trying to get from project: should've been "java", not
"Java".  Thanks anyway though.

On different note, I think the perforce tasks are special as well: but
that's probably because they're going to help me a lot with converting
Makefiles (thanks).  -Brian

-----Original Message-----
From: Les Hughes
To: ''
Sent: 1/18/01 6:13 AM
Subject: RE: why does P4Base work?


As Stefan says it's difficult without any code. But P4Base doesn't do
anything special at all (well *I* think it's special but that's another
story ;-), project is inherited from Task. But post an example and we'll
have a look.


> -----Original Message-----
> From: Stefan Bodewig []
> Sent: 18 January 2001 08:09
> To:
> Subject: Re: why does P4Base work?
> Brian Deitte <> wrote:
> > While I can think of a way around this, I'm more wondering why
> > project isn't getting defined in JRunBase, but does in P4Base.
> Task's setProject method will be called right after the constructor
> for each and every task.
> As you are not showing us any relevant source it's kind of difficult
> to say why you code doesn't work.
> Stefan
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