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Subject RE: wljspc task / generic/JRun jspc change
Date Fri, 25 Jan 2002 10:47:21 GMT
I've made a change to the generic JSPC to do the dependency checking in 
term's of included files. The code is a little rough, I've made a 
couple of changes to support JRun (most of the changes are acutally in 
a JRunJSPC task though). I can submit it later today.. 

-----Original Message-----
From: crazybob 
Sent: 22 January 2002 13:25
To: ant-dev
Cc: crazybob
Subject: Re: wljspc task

You'll have to excuse me, I'm not completely understanding.

So, jspc inherently recompiles as necesary, and the compiled versions 
are cached in the web root where they will be war'ed up with the rest 
of the web application and reused?

Would you mind posting your task?


On Tue, Jan 22, 2002 at 03:10:56PM +0100, Daniel Hoppe wrote:
> Bob,
> as is said, it's merely an enhanced wrapper. weblogic.jspc introduces 
> parameter -depend which makes it check the stalltime , probably 
similar to
> the stalltime method you see in your generated jsp code. 
> > In development, we build and deploy the war every time. It 
> > would be nice to have some syntax/dependency checking on 
> > JSP's at build time rather than manually navigating and testing 
> That's what we do to. You could of course run weblogic.jspc with a
> java-task, but I think that having a wrapped task is more convenient.
> Daniel
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