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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 21072] - Allow User-Specified Ant Library Access In Scripts
Date Fri, 26 Sep 2003 17:38:51 GMT
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------- Additional Comments From paul_roebuck@mac.com  2003-09-26 17:38 -------
>In Ant 1.6, the new Ant launch scripts will support multiple -lib options to 
>designate either directories containing jars/classes or a classpath. In fact 
>Ant is now lauched with a minimal classpath and the CLASSPATH value, if any,  
>is passed using a -lib option.

Curious as to how this impacts 'optional.jar' for the JUnit task, if at all.
Is 'optional.jar' now to be located elsewhere?

>This all should allow Xerces/Xalan to be loaded from an alternate directory.

How does it tell the endorsed standards jars from the others? Using '-lib'
wouldn't appear to give it enough information to do so.

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