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Subject svn commit: r442613 - /ant/core/trunk/docs/manual/develop.html
Date Tue, 12 Sep 2006 15:05:06 GMT
Author: mbenson
Date: Tue Sep 12 08:05:05 2006
New Revision: 442613

spelling, ws


Modified: ant/core/trunk/docs/manual/develop.html
--- ant/core/trunk/docs/manual/develop.html (original)
+++ ant/core/trunk/docs/manual/develop.html Tue Sep 12 08:05:05 2006
@@ -29,7 +29,7 @@
 <p>It is very easy to write your own task:</p>
   <li>Create a Java class that extends <code></code>
-      or <a href="base_task_classes.html">another class</a> that was desgined
to be extended.</li>
+      or <a href="base_task_classes.html">another class</a> that was designed
to be extended.</li>
   <li>For each attribute, write a <i>setter</i> method. The setter method
must be a
     <code>public void</code> method that takes a single argument. The
     name of the method must begin with <code>set</code>, followed by the
@@ -380,7 +380,6 @@
   <li>Use your task in the rest of the buildfile.</li>
@@ -425,7 +424,6 @@
 <p>Another way to add a task (more permanently), is to add the task name and
 implementing class name to the <code></code> file in the
@@ -487,7 +485,6 @@
 <h2><a name="integration">Source code integration</a></h2>
 The other way to extend Ant through Java is to make changes to existing tasks, which is positively
 Both changes to the existing source and new tasks can be incorporated back into the Ant codebase,
 benefits all users and spreads the maintenance load around.
@@ -502,8 +499,6 @@
 <a href="">task guidelines</a>
 which provides some advice to people developing and testing tasks. Even if you intend to
 keep your tasks to yourself, you should still read this as it should be informative.

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