I am quite disturbed at the things I am doing - basically learning old technologies like jaxb that are done in 2008 and earlier.
So, I got to know how to use windows batch and cmd files and ant to do all sort of deployment and compilation etc.
Thus, I would like to check if all these skills worth picking up ?
Hope to hear some experts insights before I get sank further....tks.
Ironically, the CodeRanch jForum software uses JAXB. I've been trying to update its build and run environment and had to deal with JAXB no longer being a pre-supplied part of the JVM.
It's also built with Ant. So is the popular Tomcat web application server. There's no real interest in moving either of those systems to some other build environment, as they do just fine and their maintainers like Ant.
Sometime boring is better.
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