Some months ago, I had a little step into Apache Ivy. At the moment, I’m working on a multiple-components legacy project that is based on Apache Ant with no Dependency-Management. While trying to push our devs into the great World of Apache Maven, I came up to the point that it won’t be possible in […]
Just a small build-script about how to get the desired Java-classes from a given XSD-directory:
Just getting confronted with nice svnkit-project when using it with Apache Ant. For better understanding, I created an example for each way I would do it: option 1: using svnkit from svnant-interface („SvnAnt is an ant task that provides an interface to Subversion revision control system“) option 2: using svnkit via java-task option 3: using […]
In my previous post I showed, how to use Groovy in connection with the great J2Bugzilla-lib for closing bugzilla-tickets. But in my latest project I’m bound to use good old Apache Ant. So just take the groovy-code into an Ant-task:
Just to have a small step into Ivy, because (if my boss let me do) I will never touch an existing ant-project this way. IMHO it is better to transform it into an Maven-project.