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  • Author:
    Steve Holzner
  • ISBN:
    0596006098
  • ISBN13:
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    O'Reilly Media; 2 edition (April 23, 2005)
  • Pages:
    336 pages
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Steve Holzner is an award-winning author who has been writing about Java topics since Java first appeared.

Steve Holzner is an award-winning author who has been writing about Java topics since Java first appeared. O'Reilly has an unfortunate habit of giving the same type of title to any of its books on a subject, regardless of their real content. Thus, "HTML and XHTML: The Definitive Guide" is a both a guide and a reference, and pretty much the only HTML book you need. Ant", on the other hand, really needs a companion reference for more experienced Ant users.

With this book at your side, you'll soon be up to speed on the premiere tool for cross-platform development

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Chapter 4. Deploying Builds This chapter starts coverage of one of the things Ant does best: deployment. Chapter 4. Deploying Builds. This chapter starts coverage of one of the things Ant does best: deployment.

With this book at your side, you'll soon be up to speed on the premiere tool for cross-platform development.

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Topics covered include using Ant to test code. 3. Description this book Ant As the most widely used tool for cross-platform development, Ant has undergone a number of important changes in its functionality and use since its launch.

Soon after its launch, Ant succeeded in taking the Java world by storm, becoming the most widely used tool for building applications in Java environments. Like most popular technologies, Ant quickly went through a series of early revision cycles. With each new version, more functionality was added, and more complexity was introduced. Ant evolved from a simple-to-learn build tool into a full-fledged testing and deployment environment.Ant: The Definitive Guide has been reworked, revised and expanded upon to reflect this evolution. It documents the new ways that Ant is being applied, as well as the array of optional tasks that Ant supports. In fact, this new second edition covers everything about this extraordinary build management tool from downloading and installing, to using Ant to test code. Here are just of a few of the features you'll find detailed in this comprehensive, must-have guide:

Developing conditional builds, and handling error conditionsAutomatically retrieving source code from version control systemsUsing Ant with XML filesUsing Ant with JavaServer Pages to build Web applicationsUsing Ant with Enterprise JavaBeans to build enterprise applicationsFar exceeding its predecessor in terms of information and detail, Ant: The Definitive Guide, 2nd Edition is a must-have for Java developers unfamiliar with the latest advancements in Ant technology. With this book at your side, you'll soon be up to speed on the premiere tool for cross-platform development.Author Steve Holzner is an award-winning author who s been writing about Java topics since the language first appeared; his books have sold more than 1.5 million copies worldwide.

Kare
Ant will never go away, so there is no stigma on the publication date of the book. That being said, Mr. Holzner takes you on a journey through more than you ever wanted or needed to know about Ant and writing Ant scripts. The text is very dry, but if you need to know about Ant this is THE place to be to find out about the ins and outs of Ant. There are many good example scripts included; and well explained. That's rare. Good explanations of examples. Wow!
Ariseym
This book provides a good enough introduction to Ant, but it only takes you to the point of knowing how to use Ant and not the point of knowing how to use ant on a project of any size. As an introduction it works well. You learn how to get up and running with Ant very early on in the book, and you learn all of the key tasks rather quickly as well. Everything is explained clearly, and it seems reasonably organized. What it lacks is really any explanation of various best practices for using ant, whether on a small program or a large one. For a book of this size, I was surprised at the absence of this info and ultimately I felt that it was only a bit more useful than the free online docs for ant.
caif
This book is exactly what it's title says: a *guide* to using Apache Ant, particularly for Java development. Note, though, that it is *not* a *reference*. It does not describe each Ant task in detail, nor does it document all the allowable Ant XML elements.

That's why I was disappointed with this book, and only gave it three stars. O'Reilly has an unfortunate habit of giving the same type of title to any of its books on a subject, regardless of their real content. Thus, "HTML and XHTML: The Definitive Guide" is a both a *guide* and a *reference*, and pretty much the only HTML book you need.

"Ant", on the other hand, really needs a companion reference for more experienced Ant users. Anyone who uses Ant soon realizes that the online documentation is less than stellar.

This book is a necessary starting point for Ant; now we need more! Ant, after all, is worth documenting, since it's *much* better than any alternative out there.
Kerahuginn
a good book on ant
LONUDOG
One example, subant and related tags were barely mentioned.

For me the BIG GAP was on Ivy; in fairness to the author, this may be an artifact of when the book was written. But that means the book needs updating.

Any large project depends on other projects, and ivy is the magic tool that keeps your project up to date; if you're familiar with Maven's dependency management, ivy is the analogy for ant.
Tygolar
Somewhat dated (2005) but well written and easy to follow. Covers stand alone Ant first and then Eclipse Ant in Chapter 11. Since Ant preceded Maven, no mention of Maven (for comparison).
Ballagar
I wanted to get a more deep understanding of Ant. This book did the job and also got me a few bonus like Ivy.
I learned something on page 2 -- ANT stands for Another Neat Tool. I was surprised, I always thought ANT was a pretty dull tool. To be sure, every time I wanted it to do something I could eventually get it to do it. (Actually I went and got help from the guru.) That reached a point where I got handed this book and told to go away.

First, of course, I turned to the index, looked up what I wanted to do, went to the proper page and it didn't make any sense at all.

Son-of-a-gun!

The guru said, "have you read the manual?"

"Well, not all of it."

"Go read the manual, start at page one."

I did. And the surprising thing was that it didn't take long at all. From the beginning, it made pretty good sense. And as I got further into it I started finding something neat that I should do about every six or ten pages.

ANT is a pretty powerful program.

The book? It's an O'Reilly book, professionally written for professional programmers, what more can I say. Oh yes, it's a new book, and it covers ANT 1.6.

Highly Recommended!