[antlr-interest] 2.7.6 makes more output files than 2.7.5?
scott at javadude.com
Tue Jan 24 13:07:17 PST 2006
I'd have to dig up the notes, but the folks I chatted with said that the
new ant policy was that tool-specific tasks should be deployed with the
tool; they didn't want tool-specific tasks to be part of ant (nasty
maintenance...). I told them I'd work with Ter to get a new ant task
deployed with antlr.
However, the changes I was going to have in the ant task became moot once
I split out ANTXR (http://javadude.com/tools/antxr) from ANTLR, so I
dropped the whole thing.
The current task that comes with ant should still work (other than the
regression test breakage that you fixed).
Sorry for the confusion!
> Hmm... I'm not a user, I'm the Ant gang. Apparently I
> missed the end result of the conversation on the
> task... or was not part of some other discussion with
> some other part of the Ant gang.
> --- Scott Stanchfield <scott at javadude.com> wrote:
>> After working with the ant gang, we decided not to
>> update the antlr task.
>> I'd recommend using the existing task unless you
>> need a new option, in which
>> case you can always use the <java> task instead.
>> > -----Original Message-----
>> > From: Matt Benson [mailto:gudnabrsam at yahoo.com]
>> > Sent: Monday, January 23, 2006 12:47 PM
>> > To: Scott Stanchfield; Antlr List
>> > Subject: Re: [antlr-interest] 2.7.6 makes more
>> output files
>> > than 2.7.5?
>> > Thanks, Scott. They were breaking a unit test for
>> the Ant
>> > task; I modified the test to ignore them. Any
>> update on the
>> > proposed rewrite of the task?
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