[Webtest] adding jars to ant lib
Loehr, Ruel" <email@example.com
Tue, 5 Aug 2008 20:34:20 -0500
Ah. That might work for me two. I was assuming the JVM spawned and got th=
e classpath when ant was launched, not when webtest tasks were. I'll give =
that a shot and see how it goes.
From: Conor MacMahon [Conor.MacMahon@qsa.qld.edu.au]
Sent: Tuesday, August 05, 2008 6:24 PM
To: firstname.lastname@example.org; Loehr, Ruel
Subject: RE: [Webtest] adding jars to ant lib
I think we got around that issue here, by making sure the ant pr=
ocess did that copy for us...so, before you even call the webtest, ant woul=
d have copied those dependant jars to the %ANT_HOME%/lib folder. Not too pr=
etty, but it's still better than doing it manually.
We now call the ant webtest task from within maven2, so webtest =
picks up those jar references from the maven.test.classpath. So yeah, just =
two ways to maybe get around that manual step?
Hope that helps Ruel,
From: email@example.com [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] =
On Behalf Of Loehr, Ruel
Sent: Wednesday, 6 August 2008 1:17 AM
Subject: [Webtest] adding jars to ant lib
We have a number of jars that we need to have in our ant/lib folder in orde=
r for our webtests to run.
Examples include commons-logging, bsf.jar, js-1.6R7.jar.
I hate this as anytime a new employee comes up we have to fiddle with remem=
ber what jars need to be placed in their ant lib dir in order for it to wor=
I=92m a die hard believer in check out from SCM and just run.
Anyone have any tricks for getting these jars included on the classpath dyn=
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