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From: Gary Benson <>
Subject: [naoko] Updated ant, and fun with yum
Date: Wed, 12 Nov 2003 12:58:00 -0000	[thread overview]
Message-ID: <> (raw)

I just updated Naoko again with a new ant package which has a load of
optional tasks built; it now has every task that we are able to build.

The new tasks are antlr, cab, cccheckin, cccheckout, ccmcheckin,
ccmcheckintask, ccmcheckout, ccmcreatetask, ccmreconfigure,
ccuncheckout, ccupdate, csc, depend, echoproperties, icontract, ilasm,
jarlib-available, jarlib-display, jarlib-manifest, javacc, jjtree,
jlink, jpcoverage, jpcovmerge, jpcovreport, jspc, maudit, mimemail,
mmetrics, mparse, propertyfile, pvcs, renameext, replaceregexp, rpm,
serverdeploy, setproxy, soscheckin, soscheckout, sosget, soslabel,
stylebook, test, translate, vssadd, vsscheckin, vsscheckout, vsscp,
vsscreate, vssget, vsshistory, vsslabel, wljspc, wsdltodotnet, and

I also yumified the repository, so you can get the packages with yum.
I have no idea how, though ;)

Naoko is a subset of the RHUG packages that have been repackaged for
eventual inclusion in Red Hat Linux, basically Ant, Tomcat, and their
dependencies.  The packages are built for Red Hat Linux 9 and are
available at


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             reply	other threads:[~2003-11-12 12:58 UTC|newest]

Thread overview: 10+ messages / expand[flat|nested]  mbox.gz  Atom feed  top
2003-11-12 12:58 Gary Benson [this message]
2003-11-12 15:04 ` Ray Auge
2003-11-12 15:10   ` Gary Benson
2003-11-12 17:41     ` Tom Tromey
2003-11-13 10:10       ` Gary Benson
2003-11-13 21:58         ` Ray Auge
2003-11-13 22:05           ` Paul Nasrat
2003-11-12 20:01     ` Anthony Green
2003-11-13  9:50       ` Gary Benson
2003-11-13 22:24 ` Nicholas Wourms

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