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Eclipse Workbench User Guide
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Ant editor

The Ant editor provides specialized features for editor Ant buildfiles. Associated with the editor is a Ant buildfile specific Outline view which shows the structure of the Ant build file. It is updated as you edit the buildfile

The editor includes the following features:
  • Syntax highlighting
  • Content/code assist (including Ant specific templates)
  • Annotations

The most common way to invoke the Ant editor is to open an Ant buildfile from one of the navigation views or Package explorer using pop-up menus or by clicking the file (single or double-click depending on your preference settings).

Related concepts
Ant support
External tools

Related tasks
Running Ant buildfiles
Modifying the Ant classpath
Adding new Ant tasks and types
Using a different version of Ant

Related reference
Ant editor preferences
External Tools and Ant icons
Outline view
Package explorer


 
 
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