|conveting program to use ANT -- how can one see how Eclipse programs/projects [message #639697]
||Wed, 17 November 2010 14:15
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Registered: November 2010
I've a question about Eclipse and ANT. Currently I develop on a Wndows XP system and Eclipse magically compiles everything for me. Afterwards we copy the created .class files to the test and production machine were everything is started using batch files. Now I want to automatize this want to created the class files on the test/production machine. I've created an ANT build file for this but not everything goes as I want.
It would help if I could see how eclipse builds the classes. Using buildall or running a profile which builds and runs part of the program. Is there a way to see what Eclipse compiles. I know it uses the .classpath. When running a program using Eclipse you can in debugmode see exactly how the Java program is started from the commandline. I was looking for something identical for the build process but can't seem to find it. Have google but to no avail.
Any hint/pointers/examples are appreciated.
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