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Eclipse Plug-in Developer Guide
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Eclipse Platform
Release 3.5

Package org.eclipse.ant.core

Provides support for running the Ant build tool in the platform.

See:
           Description

Interface Summary
IAntClasspathEntry Represents an Ant classpath entry.
IAntPropertyValueProvider An interface that must be implemented by plug-ins that wish to contribute predefined variables to an Ant project when run from within Eclipse.
 

Class Summary
AntCorePlugin The plug-in runtime class for the Ant Core plug-in.
AntCorePreferences Represents the Ant Core plug-in's preferences providing utilities for extracting, changing and updating the underlying preferences.
AntRunner Entry point for running Ant builds inside Eclipse (within the same JRE).
ProjectInfo Represents information about a project within an Ant build file.
Property Represents a Ant property.
TargetInfo Represents information about a target within an Ant build file.
Task Represents an Ant task.
Type Represents an Ant type.
 

Exception Summary
AntSecurityException A security exception that is thrown by the AntSecurityManager if an Ant task in some way attempts to halt or exit the Java Virtual Machine.
 

Package org.eclipse.ant.core Description

Provides support for running the Ant build tool in the platform.

Package Specification

This package defines a number of task and data types and various infrastructure pieces which make Ant in the platform easier and more powerful.


Eclipse Platform
Release 3.5

Guidelines for using Eclipse APIs.

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