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warning 'includeantruntime' was not set ?

 
mark I thomas
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My ant script gives this warning msg when it runs ---

warning 'includeantruntime' was not set , defaulting to build.sysclasspath=last; set to false for repeatable builds.

Can someone tell me what it means and how to fix ?
 
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That's caused by a misfeature introduced in Ant 1.8. Just add an attribute of that name to the javac task, set it to false, and forget it ever happened.
 
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Thanks. So if people use Ant 7 or earlier version they would not get such warning ?
 
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Correct.
 
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Hi,

Its works well !!

Thanks for the post , now, i am totally able to get rid off these unnecessary warnings .

 
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Are there any ways to configure this without cluttering each build.xml? How/where?

Karsten
 
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Ulf Dittmer wrote:That's caused by a misfeature introduced in Ant 1.8. Just add an attribute of that name to the javac task, set it to false, and forget it ever happened.


How do I do that?

Thanks ^_^
 
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@Peter Fat:

 
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Actually is not needed anymore since I won't be needing Ant after all. Thanks anyway!
 
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It works. Thanks.
 
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Ulf Dittmer wrote:That's caused by a misfeature introduced in Ant 1.8. Just add an attribute of that name to the javac task, set it to false, and forget it ever happened.


this solution really helped.Thanks.
 
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