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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 8874] - .NET task - too many libraries in DEFAULT_REFERENCE_LIST
Date Tue, 14 May 2002 05:08:56 GMT
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.NET task - too many libraries in DEFAULT_REFERENCE_LIST





------- Additional Comments From steve_l@iseran.com  2002-05-14 05:08 -------
Fixed in the ANT_15_RELEASE branch; grab it from CVS if you are in a hurry.

Having been up in redmond for an indoctrination week, and now that I am 
halfway through richters (excellent) CLR book, I realize that the reference 
model in this task is wrong. Really we should not be asking for a fileset of 
references, we should expect a list of libraries and a path to where they may 
be, ,ore like the lib model of C++ compilers than classpaths in java.

In the Ant1.6 timeframe, after we pull the <cc> task and datatypes into ant 
from sourceforge, I will look at re-using this tasks <libset> datatype so you 
can re-use lists of references in >1 <csc> task, just as you can with 
classpaths in <javac>. If you are in a hurry, you can start this without 
waiting for me...

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