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Consistency of development time vs. production builds [message #1504674] Tue, 09 December 2014 13:04
Stephan Herrmann is currently offline Stephan HerrmannFriend
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Users of JDT frequently raise the issue of consistency when compiling using ECJ [1] at development time vs. a production build that is typically done using javac.

We at JDT do our best to exactly implement the Java Language Specification and if javac does the same, consistency shouldn't be an issue, in theory.

If that theory doesn't satisfy you, you still have the (little known) option to use ECJ consistently during all your builds. For the basic three options (command line, ant, maven) I just updated the relevant links at https://wiki.eclipse.org/JDT/FAQ#Can_I_use_JDT_outside_Eclipse_to_compile_Java_code.3F

HTH,
Stephan

[1] Eclipse Compiler for Java - as provided by JDT
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