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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 17934] - Dates too late in jar entries
Date Tue, 21 Dec 2004 10:33:27 GMT
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------- Additional Comments From bodewig@apache.org  2004-12-21 11:33 -------
<war> is far older than the roundup attribute, so any change to its default value
would break backwards compatibility.  Existing build files would suddenly start
to behave different after an upgrade of Ant.

I don't think that anybody ever wants to set roundup to false in a development
environment because of the "Ant always updates my war even if nothing changes" that
would be the result.

You can always use <presetdef> to change Ant's defaults:

<presetdef name="mywar">
  <war roundup="true"/>
</presetdef>

will give you a mywar task that behaves the way you want.  If you are willing to
live with a 

Trying to override old definition of task war

warning, you can even use

<presetdef name="war">
  <war roundup="true"/>
</presetdef>


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