Projects / ant4eclipse


The aim of the Ant4eclipse project is to avoid redundancy of Eclipse and Ant configurations in order to build small but powerful build systems for the continuous integration process. It provides a set of tasks for the Apache Ant build tool. This tasks allow developers to use Eclipse configuration directly from their ant buildfiles. Included are tasks for reading Eclipse's .classpath file, for computing build order for a set of projects, and for launching Java applications as defined in Eclipse launch configurations.

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Recent releases

  •  23 Jan 2007 22:47

    Release Notes: Along with several bugfixes, this release contains support for Subversion.

    •  26 Nov 2006 02:38

      Release Notes: This release adds support for building Eclipse plugin projects to ant4eclipse.

      •  17 Jun 2006 10:43

        Release Notes: This release includes PDE support that allows the building of Eclipse/OSGi-Plugins. C/C++ projects and projects that are outside the Eclipse workspace are now supported as well.

        •  21 Dec 2005 00:50

          Release Notes: This release has "getSourcepath" and "getOutputpath" tasks to determine a project's folder structure, "getReferencedProjects" to get a list of projects your project references, and a "userLibraries" Ant type for resolving Eclipse container variables. getBuildOrder can now compute the build order for a list of files specified as Property.

          •  19 Aug 2005 22:14

            Release Notes: Support for classpath containers and variables. An executeBuilders task for executing Ant tasks for Eclipse buildCommands. Enhanced documentation. An improved Web site.


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