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ant-antlr-1.7.1-18.1 RPM for noarch

From OpenSuSE 11.4 for noarch

Name: ant-antlr Distribution: openSUSE 11.4
Version: 1.7.1 Vendor: openSUSE
Release: 18.1 Build date: Sat Feb 19 18:59:32 2011
Group: Development/Tools/Building Build host: build03
Size: 13472 Source RPM: ant-antlr-1.7.1-18.1.src.rpm
Packager: http://bugs.opensuse.org
Url: http://jakarta.apache.org/
Summary: Antlr Task for ant
Apache Ant is a Java-based build tool. In theory, it is kind of like
Make, but without Make's wrinkles.

Why another build tool when there is already make, gnumake, nmake, jam,
and others? Because all those tools have limitations that Ant's
original author could not live with when developing software across
multiple platforms. Make-like tools are inherently shell-based--they
evaluate a set of dependencies then execute commands, not unlike what
you would issue in a shell. This means that you can easily extend these
tools by using or writing any program for the OS that you are working
on. However, this also means that you limit yourself to the OS, or at
least the OS type, such as Unix, that you are working on.

Makefiles are inherently evil as well. Anybody who has worked on them
for any time has run into the dreaded tab problem. "Is my command not
executing because I have a space in front of my tab???" said the
original author of Ant way too many times. Tools like Jam took care of
this to a great degree, but still have yet another format to use and
remember.

Ant is different. Instead of a model where it is extended with
shell-based commands, Ant is extended using Java classes. Instead of
writing shell commands, the configuration files are XML-based, calling
out a target tree where various tasks are executed. Each task is run by
an object that implements a particular task interface.

Granted, this removes some of the expressive power that is inherent by
being able to construct a shell command such as `find . -name foo -exec
rm {}`, but it gives you the ability to be cross-platform--to work
anywhere and everywhere. If you really need to execute a shell command,
Ant has an <exec> task that allows different commands to be executed
based on the OS used.

Provides

Requires

License

Apache Software License ..

Changelog

* Thu Nov 04 2010 mvyskocil@suse.cz
  - Fix build with antlr-bootstrap
* Fri Apr 09 2010 mvyskocil@suse.cz
  - fix bnc#595144 - Compiled binary in ant
    remove test.exe from source tarball
* Thu Mar 18 2010 mvyskocil@suse.cz
  - fix the compat symlinks
* Wed Mar 17 2010 mvyskocil@suse.cz
  - return back the /usr/share/ant/lib compat symlinks
    http://lists.opensuse.org/opensuse-java/2010-03/msg00007.html
* Mon Jul 20 2009 coolo@novell.com
  - build against log4j-mini to avoid build cycle
* Wed Jun 17 2009 mvyskocil@suse.cz
  - do not use Release number in Requires of subpackages
* Sun May 03 2009 ro@suse.de
  - do not assume release number for ant and ant-antlr are identical
* Tue Apr 28 2009 mvyskocil@suse.cz
  - update to 1.7.1. Upstream changes (full list is in WHATSNEW):
    * String resources only have properties single expanded. If you relied on
    <string> resources being expanded more than once, it no longer happens.
    Bugzilla report 42277.
    * A String resource's encoding attribute was only taken into account when
    set from the resource's OutputStream; the InputStream provided the String's
    binary content according to the platform's default encoding. Behavior has
    been modified to encode outgoing (InputStream) content as well as encoding
    incoming (OutputStream) content.
    * <java> with fork now returns gives -1 instead of 0 as result when
    * failonerror
    is false and some exception (including timeout) occurs. Br 42377.
    * ant-type attribute has been marked as deprecated and a warning has been
    issued if it is encountered in the build file.
    * FileUtils.createTempFile now actually creates the file.
    The TempFile task still does not create the file by default, can be
    instructed to do so however using a new parameter.  Bugzilla report 33969.
  - added maven pom files from jpackage project
  - synchronized ant.spec with jpackage.org 5.0
  - used ant-antlr-prepare.sh for generate of ant-antlr.spec from ant.spec to
    keep them synchronized. Build is branched using value of %%bootstrap macro:
    * bootstrap == 1 means build ant, ant-{jmf,nodeps,scripts,swing,trax}
    * bootstrap == 0 means build rest of ant modules + ant-javadoc
* Wed Oct 01 2008 mvyskocil@suse.cz
  - use a antlr-bootstrap do avoid another cycle
* Wed Jul 16 2008 coolo@suse.de
  - avoid another build cycle

Files

/etc/ant.d/antlr
/etc/maven/fragments/ant-antlr
/usr/share/ant/lib/ant-antlr-1.7.1.jar
/usr/share/ant/lib/ant-antlr.jar
/usr/share/java/ant/ant-antlr-1.7.1.jar
/usr/share/java/ant/ant-antlr.jar
/usr/share/maven2
/usr/share/maven2/poms
/usr/share/maven2/poms/JPP.ant-ant-antlr.pom


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