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About version.txt

 
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Hi ranchers,
This is a simple question. In case my Java_Home is like "C:\Program Files\Java\jdk1.5.0_09", should I type "jdk1.5.0_09" as the only content in version.txt? Thanks.
 
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yes.
 
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I would recommend to place output of "java -version" there.
 
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Then, how to write pure ASCII into this file?
Thanks.
 
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Originally posted by Zhixiong Pan:
Then, how to write pure ASCII into this file?
Thanks.



Notepad will be just fine for this purpose.
 
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Originally posted by Zhixiong Pan:
Hi ranchers,
This is a simple question. In case my Java_Home is like "C:\Program Files\Java\jdk1.5.0_09", should I type "jdk1.5.0_09" as the only content in version.txt? Thanks.


You need the "host platform you worked on" as well...
 
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Not that they'll ever read it mind.



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I write the system properties java.version and os.name to the version.txt file using ant.
 
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Oh, I tried to use java File I/O to realize this.
 
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