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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 29382] - GenKey task depends on path for java keytool
Date Fri, 04 Jun 2004 01:29:57 GMT
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------- Additional Comments From ddevienne@lgc.com  2004-06-04 01:29 -------
I have exactly the same issue with <javac fork="true">, which I had to trouble 
with a user today! The problem manifests itself inside IntelliJ, with the Ant 
integration, but that's basically the same issue. <javac fork="false"> would 
work just fine, find the Javac compiler, whereas just changing to fork="true" 
makes the build fails. %JAVA_HOME%/bin must thus be put in the PATH before 
launching IntelliJ.

Thanks for pointing out JavaEnvUtils.getJdkExecutable. I'll use it in one of 
my custom tasks that execs jar[.exe], and fails for some users who do not have 
it in the PATH. --DD

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