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From "Antoine Levy-Lambert" <>
Subject Re: AW: Hi I need some help
Date Fri, 29 Sep 2006 08:53:34 GMT

Sorry there was a typo in my last email.

the define to use to keep the tests going is -Dtest.haltonfailure=false

let us know if some tests are still failing. If tests are failing you can enter bug reports
about that in Bugzilla. I would create one bug report per failing test. Be sure in this case
to be specific about the environment (JDK, OS) and to include a stack trace.


-------- Original-Nachricht --------
Datum: Fri, 29 Sep 2006 10:46:02 +0200
Von: "Antoine Levy-Lambert" <>
An: "Ant Developers List" <>
Betreff: Re: AW: Hi I need some help

> Hello Michael,
> due to problems with the URLResource class maybe your junitreports were
> not generated. Update your source code from the subversion repository by
> running svn update and rebuild ant.
> I advise you run the tests this way :
> 1) rebuild ant
> just type "ant" on the command line; or remove the bootstrap directory and
> use or build.bat to rebuild ant if you want a 100% clean build.
> 2) run the tests
> assuming you are under Windows,
> set ANT_HOME=dist
> :: or the equivalent for your operating system and shell language
> ant -D"tests.haltonfailure=false" test
> what you want is to run the tests with the version of ant that you have
> just built. This is what you achieve by this setting.
> I wonder whether this is documented. Uhhmm, maybe a todo.
> Antoine

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