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Loughran:Ant in Action

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This second edition of a Manning bestseller has been revised and re-titled to fitthe  In Action Series by Steve Loughran, an Ant project committer. Ant inAction introduces Ant and how to use it for test-driven Java application development.Ant itself is moving to v1.7, a major revision, at the end of 2006 so thetiming for the book is right. A single application of increasing complexity,followed throughout the book, shows how an application evolves and how tohandle the problems of building and testing. Reviewers have praised the book scoverage of large-projects, Ant s advanced features, and the details and depth ofthe discussion all unavailable elsewhere.This is a major revision with the second half of the book completely new,including: How to manage Big projects Library management Enterprise Java Continuous integration Deployment Writing new Ant tasks and datatypes

Computing & ITComputer programming / software developmentWeb programming Publisher: Manning Publications Publication Date: 01/07/2007 ISBN-13: 9781932394801  Details: Type: Paperback Format: Books
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Steve Loughran has been an active user and developer of Ant since the year 2000,a committer on the project since 2001, and a member of the Apache SoftwareFoundation since 2004. He regularly lectures on the problems of big-systembuilds, distributed testing, and deployment. He is a research scientist at Hewlett-Packard Laboratories in Bristol, UK.Erik Hatcher is an active Ant project developer and maintains jGuru s Ant FAQand Forum. Erik has written articles for, IBM developerWorks,and JavaPro. His other open-source efforts currently include Lucene, XDoclet, andhis own blogger, BlogScene. He is also the co-author of Manning s Lucene inAction. Erik lives in Charlottesville, VA.

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