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ant-commons-net-1.8.2-4.1.1 RPM for noarch

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Name: ant-commons-net Distribution: openSUSE 12.1
Version: 1.8.2 Vendor: openSUSE
Release: 4.1.1 Build date: Sun Oct 23 12:46:28 2011
Group: Development/Tools/Building Build host: build32
Size: 88671 Source RPM: ant-antlr-1.8.2-4.1.1.src.rpm
Summary: Optional commons net tasks for ant
Apache Ant is a Java-based build tool.

This package contains optional commons net tasks for Apache Ant.




Apache Software License ..


* Sat Sep 17 2011
  - Remove redundant tags/sections from specfile
* Wed Mar 09 2011
  - Update to ant 1.8.2
    * performance improvements in directory scanning
    * XSLT task honors classpath again (bugrep 49271)
    * distinction between core tasks and optional tasks is abolished
    * new task augment allows to add attributes or nested elements to previously
      defined references
    * Lexically scoped local properties, i.e. properties that are only defined
      inside a target, sequential block or similar environment. This is very
      useful inside of <macrodef>s where a macro can now define a temporary
      property that will disappear once the task has finished.
    * <import> can now import from any file- or URL-providing resource - this
      includes <javaresource>. This means <import> can read build file snippets
      from JARs or fixed server URLs. There are several other improvements in the
      area of import.
    * Various improvements to the directory scanning code that help with symbolic
      link cycles (as can be found on MacOS X Java installations for example) and
      improve scanning performance. For big directory trees the improvement is
    * The way developers can extend Ant's property expansion algorithm has been
      rewritten (breaking the older API) to be easier to use and be more
      powerful. The whole local properties mechanism is implemented using that
      API and could be implemented in a separate library without changes in Ant's
      core. Things like the yet-to-be-released props Antlib can now provide often
      required "scripty" fuctions without touching Ant itself. At the same time
      the if and unless attributes have been rewritten to do the expected thing
      if applied to a property expansion (i.e. if="${foo}" will mean "yes, do it"
      if ${foo} expands to true, in Ant 1.7.1 it would mean "no" unless a
      property named "true" existed). This adds "testing conditions" as a new
      use-case to property expansion.
    * A new top-level element <extension-point> assists in writing re-usable
      build files that are meant to be imported. <extension-point> has a name and
      a dependency-list like <target> and can be used like a <target> from the
      command line or a dependency-list but the importing build file can add
      targets to the <extension-point>'s depends list.
    * Ant now requires Java 1.4 or later new task include provides an alternative
    to <import> that should be preferred when you don't want to override any
    * numerous bug fixes and improvements as documented in
      Bugzilla and in WHATSNEW
  - merge the nodeps and trax packages to main one
  - build ant-antlr.spec using openjdk
  - add ant-apache-xalan2 and ant-testutil
  - remove all pom files, as they are included and build from source tarball
* Fri Apr 09 2010
  - fix bnc#595144 - Compiled binary in ant
    remove test.exe from source tarball
* Thu Mar 18 2010
  - fix the compat symlinks
* Wed Mar 17 2010
  - return back the /usr/share/ant/lib compat symlinks
* Mon Jul 20 2009
  - build against log4j-mini to avoid build cycle
* Wed Jun 17 2009
  - do not use Release number in Requires of subpackages
* Sun May 03 2009
  - do not assume release number for ant and ant-antlr are identical
* Tue Apr 28 2009
  - 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 5.0
  - used 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
  - use a antlr-bootstrap do avoid another cycle



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