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[ANN] AntView 2.2.8 Released [message #30423] Mon, 07 October 2002 19:20 Go to next message
Roscoe Rush is currently offline Roscoe RushFriend
Messages: 6
Registered: July 2009
Junior Member
AntView
AntView is an eclipse plug-in to run Ant build file targets from within the
Eclipse R2 IDE.

Release 2.2.8 Features:

- Saves selected targets betweeen Eclipse sessions. [new]
- Auto-expands tree to display selected targets on view startup [new]
- Update view on build file change (new file or save) [new]
- Honors Eclipse open click preference policy [new]
- Tree view of project build files and targets
- Target dependency and execution order information
- Configurable Ant display output levels
- Ant display output color coded by level
- Run multiple targets in sequence
- Run multiple targets across different Ant build file
- Filter visible targets based on target description attribute.
- Identification of selected target children.
- Ability to use alternate Ant build file name.
- Ant build file parsing errors appear in viewer tree.
- Ant execution is via Eclipse 2.0 AntRunner class with Progress dialog.
(This configures Ant classpath from Eclipse Ant Core preferences page
with
Eclipse Ant Core tasks and types.)

Release 2.2.8 Fixes:

- Tree View errors on build files with custom task/path requirements
- executing run with no targets selected now produces a log message
Re: [ANN] AntView 2.2.8 Released [message #30458 is a reply to message #30423] Mon, 07 October 2002 19:26 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Eclipse UserFriend
Originally posted by: jared-eclipse.mn.rr.com

Sounds cool, but I think you forgot something... can we get a link? :-)

Thanks,
- Jared

Roscoe Rush wrote:

> AntView
> AntView is an eclipse plug-in to run Ant build file targets from within
> the Eclipse R2 IDE.
>
> Release 2.2.8 Features:
>
> - Saves selected targets betweeen Eclipse sessions. [new]
> - Auto-expands tree to display selected targets on view startup [new]
> - Update view on build file change (new file or save) [new]
> - Honors Eclipse open click preference policy [new]
> - Tree view of project build files and targets
> - Target dependency and execution order information
> - Configurable Ant display output levels
> - Ant display output color coded by level
> - Run multiple targets in sequence
> - Run multiple targets across different Ant build file
> - Filter visible targets based on target description attribute.
> - Identification of selected target children.
> - Ability to use alternate Ant build file name.
> - Ant build file parsing errors appear in viewer tree.
> - Ant execution is via Eclipse 2.0 AntRunner class with Progress dialog.
> (This configures Ant classpath from Eclipse Ant Core preferences page
> with
> Eclipse Ant Core tasks and types.)
>
> Release 2.2.8 Fixes:
>
> - Tree View errors on build files with custom task/path requirements
> - executing run with no targets selected now produces a log message
Re: [ANN] AntView 2.2.8 Released [message #30492 is a reply to message #30458] Mon, 07 October 2002 20:33 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Eclipse UserFriend
Originally posted by: markus.nospam.com

Jared Burns wrote:
> Sounds cool, but I think you forgot something... can we get a link? :-)
>
> Thanks,
> - Jared
>
> Roscoe Rush wrote:
>
>
>>AntView
>>AntView is an eclipse plug-in to run Ant build file targets from within
>>the Eclipse R2 IDE.
>>
>>Release 2.2.8 Features:
>>
>> - Saves selected targets betweeen Eclipse sessions. [new]
>> - Auto-expands tree to display selected targets on view startup [new]
>> - Update view on build file change (new file or save) [new]
>> - Honors Eclipse open click preference policy [new]
>> - Tree view of project build files and targets
>> - Target dependency and execution order information
>> - Configurable Ant display output levels
>> - Ant display output color coded by level
>> - Run multiple targets in sequence
>> - Run multiple targets across different Ant build file
>> - Filter visible targets based on target description attribute.
>> - Identification of selected target children.
>> - Ability to use alternate Ant build file name.
>> - Ant build file parsing errors appear in viewer tree.
>> - Ant execution is via Eclipse 2.0 AntRunner class with Progress dialog.
>> (This configures Ant classpath from Eclipse Ant Core preferences page
>>with
>> Eclipse Ant Core tasks and types.)
>>
>>Release 2.2.8 Fixes:
>>
>> - Tree View errors on build files with custom task/path requirements
>> - executing run with no targets selected now produces a log message
>
>

try this link:

http://freshmeat.net/projects/r2tech-eclipse-antview/?topic_ id=46

-- markus
Re: [ANN] AntView 2.2.8 Released [message #30527 is a reply to message #30458] Mon, 07 October 2002 21:27 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Stein M. Eliassen is currently offline Stein M. EliassenFriend
Messages: 48
Registered: July 2009
Member
Jared Burns wrote:
> Sounds cool, but I think you forgot something... can we get a link? :-)
>

http://sourceforge.net/projects/r2tech-eclipse/

Stein
Re: [ANN] AntView 2.2.8 Released [message #30632 is a reply to message #30458] Tue, 08 October 2002 16:06 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Eclipse UserFriend
Originally posted by: jared-eclipse.mn.rr.com

In case anyone's interested, I found the link:

http://sourceforge.net/projects/r2tech-eclipse/

Jared Burns wrote:

> Sounds cool, but I think you forgot something... can we get a link? :-)
>
> Thanks,
> - Jared
>
> Roscoe Rush wrote:
>
>> AntView
>> AntView is an eclipse plug-in to run Ant build file targets from within
>> the Eclipse R2 IDE.
>>
>> Release 2.2.8 Features:
>>
>> - Saves selected targets betweeen Eclipse sessions. [new]
>> - Auto-expands tree to display selected targets on view startup [new]
>> - Update view on build file change (new file or save) [new]
>> - Honors Eclipse open click preference policy [new]
>> - Tree view of project build files and targets
>> - Target dependency and execution order information
>> - Configurable Ant display output levels
>> - Ant display output color coded by level
>> - Run multiple targets in sequence
>> - Run multiple targets across different Ant build file
>> - Filter visible targets based on target description attribute.
>> - Identification of selected target children.
>> - Ability to use alternate Ant build file name.
>> - Ant build file parsing errors appear in viewer tree.
>> - Ant execution is via Eclipse 2.0 AntRunner class with Progress dialog.
>> (This configures Ant classpath from Eclipse Ant Core preferences
>> page
>> with
>> Eclipse Ant Core tasks and types.)
>>
>> Release 2.2.8 Fixes:
>>
>> - Tree View errors on build files with custom task/path
>> requirements - executing run with no targets selected now produces
>> a log message
Re: [ANN] AntView 2.2.8 Released [message #30702 is a reply to message #30458] Tue, 08 October 2002 19:48 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Roscoe Rush is currently offline Roscoe RushFriend
Messages: 6
Registered: July 2009
Junior Member
Excellent point.

http://sourceforge.net/projects/r2tech-eclipse/

Roscoe

"Jared Burns" <jared-eclipse@mn.rr.com> wrote in message
news:anslpm$1tk$3@rogue.oti.com...
> Sounds cool, but I think you forgot something... can we get a link? :-)
>
> Thanks,
> - Jared
>
> Roscoe Rush wrote:
>
> > AntView
> > AntView is an eclipse plug-in to run Ant build file targets from within
> > the Eclipse R2 IDE.
> >
> > Release 2.2.8 Features:
> >
> > - Saves selected targets betweeen Eclipse sessions. [new]
> > - Auto-expands tree to display selected targets on view startup [new]
> > - Update view on build file change (new file or save) [new]
> > - Honors Eclipse open click preference policy [new]
> > - Tree view of project build files and targets
> > - Target dependency and execution order information
> > - Configurable Ant display output levels
> > - Ant display output color coded by level
> > - Run multiple targets in sequence
> > - Run multiple targets across different Ant build file
> > - Filter visible targets based on target description attribute.
> > - Identification of selected target children.
> > - Ability to use alternate Ant build file name.
> > - Ant build file parsing errors appear in viewer tree.
> > - Ant execution is via Eclipse 2.0 AntRunner class with Progress
dialog.
> > (This configures Ant classpath from Eclipse Ant Core preferences
page
> > with
> > Eclipse Ant Core tasks and types.)
> >
> > Release 2.2.8 Fixes:
> >
> > - Tree View errors on build files with custom task/path
requirements
> > - executing run with no targets selected now produces a log
message
>
Re: [ANN] AntView 2.2.8 Released [message #30806 is a reply to message #30458] Wed, 09 October 2002 12:53 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Antony Blakey is currently offline Antony BlakeyFriend
Messages: 3
Registered: July 2009
Junior Member
http://r2tech-eclipse.sourceforge.net/

Jared Burns wrote:
> Sounds cool, but I think you forgot something... can we get a link? :-)
>
> Thanks,
> - Jared
>
> Roscoe Rush wrote:
>
>
>>AntView
>>AntView is an eclipse plug-in to run Ant build file targets from within
>>the Eclipse R2 IDE.
>>
>>Release 2.2.8 Features:
>>
>> - Saves selected targets betweeen Eclipse sessions. [new]
>> - Auto-expands tree to display selected targets on view startup [new]
>> - Update view on build file change (new file or save) [new]
>> - Honors Eclipse open click preference policy [new]
>> - Tree view of project build files and targets
>> - Target dependency and execution order information
>> - Configurable Ant display output levels
>> - Ant display output color coded by level
>> - Run multiple targets in sequence
>> - Run multiple targets across different Ant build file
>> - Filter visible targets based on target description attribute.
>> - Identification of selected target children.
>> - Ability to use alternate Ant build file name.
>> - Ant build file parsing errors appear in viewer tree.
>> - Ant execution is via Eclipse 2.0 AntRunner class with Progress dialog.
>> (This configures Ant classpath from Eclipse Ant Core preferences page
>>with
>> Eclipse Ant Core tasks and types.)
>>
>>Release 2.2.8 Fixes:
>>
>> - Tree View errors on build files with custom task/path requirements
>> - executing run with no targets selected now produces a log message
>
>
Showing build errors as tasks? [message #30874 is a reply to message #30806] Thu, 10 October 2002 15:26 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Rajesh Honnawarkar is currently offline Rajesh HonnawarkarFriend
Messages: 2
Registered: July 2009
Junior Member
Hi,
How is this plugin different from the built-in ant support that Eclipse has?
does this plugin show build errors as tasks just like the built-in compiler
does; so that we can
go to the offending line of the source code by double-clicking it.

I dont think the built-in ant support in Eclipse does that. That would be a
big plus.


Thanks


Rajesh
"Antony Blakey" <antony.blakey@ihug.com.au> wrote in message
news:3DA426E6.8040405@ihug.com.au...
> http://r2tech-eclipse.sourceforge.net/
>
> Jared Burns wrote:
> > Sounds cool, but I think you forgot something... can we get a link? :-)
> >
> > Thanks,
> > - Jared
> >
> > Roscoe Rush wrote:
> >
> >
> >>AntView
> >>AntView is an eclipse plug-in to run Ant build file targets from within
> >>the Eclipse R2 IDE.
> >>
> >>Release 2.2.8 Features:
> >>
> >> - Saves selected targets betweeen Eclipse sessions. [new]
> >> - Auto-expands tree to display selected targets on view startup [new]
> >> - Update view on build file change (new file or save) [new]
> >> - Honors Eclipse open click preference policy [new]
> >> - Tree view of project build files and targets
> >> - Target dependency and execution order information
> >> - Configurable Ant display output levels
> >> - Ant display output color coded by level
> >> - Run multiple targets in sequence
> >> - Run multiple targets across different Ant build file
> >> - Filter visible targets based on target description attribute.
> >> - Identification of selected target children.
> >> - Ability to use alternate Ant build file name.
> >> - Ant build file parsing errors appear in viewer tree.
> >> - Ant execution is via Eclipse 2.0 AntRunner class with Progress
dialog.
> >> (This configures Ant classpath from Eclipse Ant Core preferences
page
> >>with
> >> Eclipse Ant Core tasks and types.)
> >>
> >>Release 2.2.8 Fixes:
> >>
> >> - Tree View errors on build files with custom task/path
requirements
> >> - executing run with no targets selected now produces a log
message
> >
> >
>
>
Re: [ANN] AntView 2.2.8 Released [message #32446 is a reply to message #30423] Sat, 26 October 2002 22:55 Go to previous message
Eclipse UserFriend
Originally posted by: djc.uq.net.au

This is a excellent tool....but

I have used 2.2.5 and it worked well.
I cannot get 2.2.8 to work. It is unable
to create the view reporting an error.
Check the preferences etc. It is likely
to be simple problem not sure of the
fix. Any ideas?
Gone back to 2.2.5 .
Re: [ANN] AntView 2.2.8 Released [message #584334 is a reply to message #30423] Mon, 07 October 2002 19:26 Go to previous message
Jared Burns is currently offline Jared BurnsFriend
Messages: 19
Registered: July 2009
Junior Member
Sounds cool, but I think you forgot something... can we get a link? :-)

Thanks,
- Jared

Roscoe Rush wrote:

> AntView
> AntView is an eclipse plug-in to run Ant build file targets from within
> the Eclipse R2 IDE.
>
> Release 2.2.8 Features:
>
> - Saves selected targets betweeen Eclipse sessions. [new]
> - Auto-expands tree to display selected targets on view startup [new]
> - Update view on build file change (new file or save) [new]
> - Honors Eclipse open click preference policy [new]
> - Tree view of project build files and targets
> - Target dependency and execution order information
> - Configurable Ant display output levels
> - Ant display output color coded by level
> - Run multiple targets in sequence
> - Run multiple targets across different Ant build file
> - Filter visible targets based on target description attribute.
> - Identification of selected target children.
> - Ability to use alternate Ant build file name.
> - Ant build file parsing errors appear in viewer tree.
> - Ant execution is via Eclipse 2.0 AntRunner class with Progress dialog.
> (This configures Ant classpath from Eclipse Ant Core preferences page
> with
> Eclipse Ant Core tasks and types.)
>
> Release 2.2.8 Fixes:
>
> - Tree View errors on build files with custom task/path requirements
> - executing run with no targets selected now produces a log message
Re: [ANN] AntView 2.2.8 Released [message #584357 is a reply to message #30458] Mon, 07 October 2002 20:33 Go to previous message
Markus is currently offline MarkusFriend
Messages: 52
Registered: July 2009
Member
Jared Burns wrote:
> Sounds cool, but I think you forgot something... can we get a link? :-)
>
> Thanks,
> - Jared
>
> Roscoe Rush wrote:
>
>
>>AntView
>>AntView is an eclipse plug-in to run Ant build file targets from within
>>the Eclipse R2 IDE.
>>
>>Release 2.2.8 Features:
>>
>> - Saves selected targets betweeen Eclipse sessions. [new]
>> - Auto-expands tree to display selected targets on view startup [new]
>> - Update view on build file change (new file or save) [new]
>> - Honors Eclipse open click preference policy [new]
>> - Tree view of project build files and targets
>> - Target dependency and execution order information
>> - Configurable Ant display output levels
>> - Ant display output color coded by level
>> - Run multiple targets in sequence
>> - Run multiple targets across different Ant build file
>> - Filter visible targets based on target description attribute.
>> - Identification of selected target children.
>> - Ability to use alternate Ant build file name.
>> - Ant build file parsing errors appear in viewer tree.
>> - Ant execution is via Eclipse 2.0 AntRunner class with Progress dialog.
>> (This configures Ant classpath from Eclipse Ant Core preferences page
>>with
>> Eclipse Ant Core tasks and types.)
>>
>>Release 2.2.8 Fixes:
>>
>> - Tree View errors on build files with custom task/path requirements
>> - executing run with no targets selected now produces a log message
>
>

try this link:

http://freshmeat.net/projects/r2tech-eclipse-antview/?topic_ id=46

-- markus
Re: [ANN] AntView 2.2.8 Released [message #584368 is a reply to message #30458] Mon, 07 October 2002 21:27 Go to previous message
Stein M. Eliassen is currently offline Stein M. EliassenFriend
Messages: 48
Registered: July 2009
Member
Jared Burns wrote:
> Sounds cool, but I think you forgot something... can we get a link? :-)
>

http://sourceforge.net/projects/r2tech-eclipse/

Stein
Re: [ANN] AntView 2.2.8 Released [message #584414 is a reply to message #30458] Tue, 08 October 2002 16:06 Go to previous message
Jared Burns is currently offline Jared BurnsFriend
Messages: 19
Registered: July 2009
Junior Member
In case anyone's interested, I found the link:

http://sourceforge.net/projects/r2tech-eclipse/

Jared Burns wrote:

> Sounds cool, but I think you forgot something... can we get a link? :-)
>
> Thanks,
> - Jared
>
> Roscoe Rush wrote:
>
>> AntView
>> AntView is an eclipse plug-in to run Ant build file targets from within
>> the Eclipse R2 IDE.
>>
>> Release 2.2.8 Features:
>>
>> - Saves selected targets betweeen Eclipse sessions. [new]
>> - Auto-expands tree to display selected targets on view startup [new]
>> - Update view on build file change (new file or save) [new]
>> - Honors Eclipse open click preference policy [new]
>> - Tree view of project build files and targets
>> - Target dependency and execution order information
>> - Configurable Ant display output levels
>> - Ant display output color coded by level
>> - Run multiple targets in sequence
>> - Run multiple targets across different Ant build file
>> - Filter visible targets based on target description attribute.
>> - Identification of selected target children.
>> - Ability to use alternate Ant build file name.
>> - Ant build file parsing errors appear in viewer tree.
>> - Ant execution is via Eclipse 2.0 AntRunner class with Progress dialog.
>> (This configures Ant classpath from Eclipse Ant Core preferences
>> page
>> with
>> Eclipse Ant Core tasks and types.)
>>
>> Release 2.2.8 Fixes:
>>
>> - Tree View errors on build files with custom task/path
>> requirements - executing run with no targets selected now produces
>> a log message
Re: [ANN] AntView 2.2.8 Released [message #584427 is a reply to message #30458] Tue, 08 October 2002 19:48 Go to previous message
Roscoe Rush is currently offline Roscoe RushFriend
Messages: 6
Registered: July 2009
Junior Member
Excellent point.

http://sourceforge.net/projects/r2tech-eclipse/

Roscoe

"Jared Burns" <jared-eclipse@mn.rr.com> wrote in message
news:anslpm$1tk$3@rogue.oti.com...
> Sounds cool, but I think you forgot something... can we get a link? :-)
>
> Thanks,
> - Jared
>
> Roscoe Rush wrote:
>
> > AntView
> > AntView is an eclipse plug-in to run Ant build file targets from within
> > the Eclipse R2 IDE.
> >
> > Release 2.2.8 Features:
> >
> > - Saves selected targets betweeen Eclipse sessions. [new]
> > - Auto-expands tree to display selected targets on view startup [new]
> > - Update view on build file change (new file or save) [new]
> > - Honors Eclipse open click preference policy [new]
> > - Tree view of project build files and targets
> > - Target dependency and execution order information
> > - Configurable Ant display output levels
> > - Ant display output color coded by level
> > - Run multiple targets in sequence
> > - Run multiple targets across different Ant build file
> > - Filter visible targets based on target description attribute.
> > - Identification of selected target children.
> > - Ability to use alternate Ant build file name.
> > - Ant build file parsing errors appear in viewer tree.
> > - Ant execution is via Eclipse 2.0 AntRunner class with Progress
dialog.
> > (This configures Ant classpath from Eclipse Ant Core preferences
page
> > with
> > Eclipse Ant Core tasks and types.)
> >
> > Release 2.2.8 Fixes:
> >
> > - Tree View errors on build files with custom task/path
requirements
> > - executing run with no targets selected now produces a log
message
>
Re: [ANN] AntView 2.2.8 Released [message #584466 is a reply to message #30458] Wed, 09 October 2002 12:53 Go to previous message
Antony Blakey is currently offline Antony BlakeyFriend
Messages: 3
Registered: July 2009
Junior Member
http://r2tech-eclipse.sourceforge.net/

Jared Burns wrote:
> Sounds cool, but I think you forgot something... can we get a link? :-)
>
> Thanks,
> - Jared
>
> Roscoe Rush wrote:
>
>
>>AntView
>>AntView is an eclipse plug-in to run Ant build file targets from within
>>the Eclipse R2 IDE.
>>
>>Release 2.2.8 Features:
>>
>> - Saves selected targets betweeen Eclipse sessions. [new]
>> - Auto-expands tree to display selected targets on view startup [new]
>> - Update view on build file change (new file or save) [new]
>> - Honors Eclipse open click preference policy [new]
>> - Tree view of project build files and targets
>> - Target dependency and execution order information
>> - Configurable Ant display output levels
>> - Ant display output color coded by level
>> - Run multiple targets in sequence
>> - Run multiple targets across different Ant build file
>> - Filter visible targets based on target description attribute.
>> - Identification of selected target children.
>> - Ability to use alternate Ant build file name.
>> - Ant build file parsing errors appear in viewer tree.
>> - Ant execution is via Eclipse 2.0 AntRunner class with Progress dialog.
>> (This configures Ant classpath from Eclipse Ant Core preferences page
>>with
>> Eclipse Ant Core tasks and types.)
>>
>>Release 2.2.8 Fixes:
>>
>> - Tree View errors on build files with custom task/path requirements
>> - executing run with no targets selected now produces a log message
>
>
Showing build errors as tasks? [message #584499 is a reply to message #30806] Thu, 10 October 2002 15:26 Go to previous message
Rajesh Honnawarkar is currently offline Rajesh HonnawarkarFriend
Messages: 2
Registered: July 2009
Junior Member
Hi,
How is this plugin different from the built-in ant support that Eclipse has?
does this plugin show build errors as tasks just like the built-in compiler
does; so that we can
go to the offending line of the source code by double-clicking it.

I dont think the built-in ant support in Eclipse does that. That would be a
big plus.


Thanks


Rajesh
"Antony Blakey" <antony.blakey@ihug.com.au> wrote in message
news:3DA426E6.8040405@ihug.com.au...
> http://r2tech-eclipse.sourceforge.net/
>
> Jared Burns wrote:
> > Sounds cool, but I think you forgot something... can we get a link? :-)
> >
> > Thanks,
> > - Jared
> >
> > Roscoe Rush wrote:
> >
> >
> >>AntView
> >>AntView is an eclipse plug-in to run Ant build file targets from within
> >>the Eclipse R2 IDE.
> >>
> >>Release 2.2.8 Features:
> >>
> >> - Saves selected targets betweeen Eclipse sessions. [new]
> >> - Auto-expands tree to display selected targets on view startup [new]
> >> - Update view on build file change (new file or save) [new]
> >> - Honors Eclipse open click preference policy [new]
> >> - Tree view of project build files and targets
> >> - Target dependency and execution order information
> >> - Configurable Ant display output levels
> >> - Ant display output color coded by level
> >> - Run multiple targets in sequence
> >> - Run multiple targets across different Ant build file
> >> - Filter visible targets based on target description attribute.
> >> - Identification of selected target children.
> >> - Ability to use alternate Ant build file name.
> >> - Ant build file parsing errors appear in viewer tree.
> >> - Ant execution is via Eclipse 2.0 AntRunner class with Progress
dialog.
> >> (This configures Ant classpath from Eclipse Ant Core preferences
page
> >>with
> >> Eclipse Ant Core tasks and types.)
> >>
> >>Release 2.2.8 Fixes:
> >>
> >> - Tree View errors on build files with custom task/path
requirements
> >> - executing run with no targets selected now produces a log
message
> >
> >
>
>
Re: [ANN] AntView 2.2.8 Released [message #585179 is a reply to message #30423] Sat, 26 October 2002 22:55 Go to previous message
Eclipse UserFriend
Originally posted by: djc.uq.net.au

This is a excellent tool....but

I have used 2.2.5 and it worked well.
I cannot get 2.2.8 to work. It is unable
to create the view reporting an error.
Check the preferences etc. It is likely
to be simple problem not sure of the
fix. Any ideas?
Gone back to 2.2.5 .
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