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Author Moodie, Matthew.

Title Pro Apache Ant / Matthew Moodie
Published Berkeley, CA : Apress ; New York : Distributed in the United States by Springer, [2006]
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Description 1 online resource (xvii, 341 pages) : illustrations
Series The expert's voice in Java
Expert's voice in Java.
Contents Chapter 1: Introducing Ant -- Chapter 2: Installing Ant -- Chapter 3: Examining the buildfile -- Chapter 4: Examining Ant's datatypes -- Chapter 5: Examining Ant's properties -- Chapter 6: Building a project -- Chapter 7: Deploying an application -- Chapter 8: Running an application -- Chapter 9: Unit testing with Ant -- Chapter 10: Using Ant in large projects -- Chapter 11: Using custom tasks -- Chapter 12: Extending Ant
Summary Pro Apache Ant is ideal for Java developers who need to use the leading open source build tool out there for development and project management. It is organized around chronological tasks instead of alphabetical functions, using a sample application throughout the set-up, from calling database scripts to unit testing. Practical examples are used at every stage and each task includes a concrete example. The configuration files are XML based, so there's no need for you to write shell commands. Each task is run by an object that implements a particular task interface. And if you really need to execute a shell command, Ant has a task that allows different commands based on the operating system
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Subject Apache (Computer file : Apache Group)
Web servers -- Computer programs.
Java (Computer program language)
Open source software.
Form Electronic book
Author Moodies, Matthew
ISBN 9781430200925