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Krzysiek Pawlik wrote:
> Petteri Räty wrote:
>>> I propose to deprecate ejavac and remove it in gen3 - writting build.xml files
>>> is very easy, so I don't see any reason why not to do so for few packages still
>>> using ejavac:
>> Well is there any compelling reason not to support it? Works fine and
>> does what it is supposed to.
> IMVHO it's a hack to not write a build.xml, you have to run ejavac, then jar,
> eventually javadoc - why? Isn't it easier (and less error prone) to do it in
I don't agree it's hack. I think it's easier to write few lines in
ebuild than writing build.xml which needs ant dependency, takes space in
FILESDIR and in the end does exactly the same thing.
> BTW. you don't have to CC me when replying - I'm reading gentoo-java :)
He probably used 'Reply to All' because he's too sexy for
USE=replytolist with thunderbird :)
Vlastimil Babka (Caster)
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