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C.1 Using Ant in an IDE 536 C.2 Some Ant-aware IDEs 537 C.3 Making the most of a combined IDE/Ant build process 543
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Many developers like their IDEs but need Ant for the full build. These developers should consider using an Ant-aware IDE.
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Historically, Java IDEs have always been weak in one way or another. Usually the text editors have been inadequate, the debuggers weak, and the package and deployment support limited. They have also been somewhat sluggish and memory hungry if written purely in Java, or restricted to a single platform (usually Windows). Fortunately, the performance of today s entry-level computers is now more than enough for these tools, and the cost of memory is so low that memory is rarely an issue, leaving only debugging, text editing, and build support as problems. Using Ant from inside IDEs addresses the build process and benefits both the tools and the users. The tools avoid having to implement Ant s functionality; they can merely invoke it and process the results. Users benefit by having the best of both worlds: a graphical editing and debugging tool integrated with a cross-platform and a readily automated build process. The declarative nature of Ant is actually intended to simplify this process; it is possible for development environments to parse the data and present it in ways that make the build file easier to view, edit, and use. Most Antaware editors present the build file as a list of targets or tree of targets and tasks, a view that you can use for editing or executing the build file. 536
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Putting an IDE in control of the build file can make it easier to manipulate, but it does tend to make the actual XML harder to read. IDEs may remove any indentations inserted to make the file readable, and can reorder the attributes inside an XML element start tag. As a case in point, all Ant developers declare targets with the name coming before the dependencies or the description:
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The tools that edit build files for you have a tendency to reorder the attributes, usually into alphabetical order:
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Working with the file after such a tool has edited it is much, much harder. Maybe we need an <xmltidy> task to tidy up XML files based on a specification; this could make build files readable again, among other things. Another issue with Ant integration is the version. There is always a lag between an Ant version being released and support for it in other tools arriving: the more complex the container product the longer the lag. The best tools for developers who keep upto-date with Ant builds are those that remain loosely coupled to Ant, executing any version preinstalled on the local system. If you are learning Ant, however, a tool that makes build files easy to view, edit, and use is good, especially if it hides XML details.
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In this section we have listed the IDEs with Ant integration with which we are sufficiently familiar to determine the strengths and weaknesses of the Ant integration. We do not cover which editor is best at other tasks, such as editing and debugging, although these are clearly important. Be aware that these tools are continually evolving. The Jakarta-Ant web site is the most up-to-date list of Ant integration resources, and should be the first place to look for more information. There is no one IDE with Ant integration that we can point to and say this is the tool you need. Maybe everyone should just stick to their favorite editor and debugger and get the appropriate Ant plug-in for it. After doing so, find out where the lib directory of the IDE is, and add all dependent JAR files the tasks you use need, such as NetComponents.jar for the <ftp> task. Updating Ant itself is not so easy: sometimes it has been modified to work with the IDE; other times more than ant.jar itself needs to be adjusted, as the parser used to display the file contains its own model of what tasks, elements, and attributes are valid.
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