To get up and running with the binary distribution of Ant quickly, follow these . Ant JARs plus necessary dependencies | + manual // Ant documentation (a. Apache Ant. Welcome · License · News · Security Reports. Documentation. Manual x · Manual x · Related Projects · External Tools and Tasks. Apache Ant is a Java library and command-line tool whose mission is to drive processes The Apache Ant project is part of the Apache Software Foundation.
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I want to install apache ant1. I’ve read in the apache website but i didn’t really understand how should i do tha. I didn’t qpache the package on their website. Is there any option to use the yum install command? There may be a way of installing Ant as a package.
It’s not that difficult: Everything in the zip or tarball will be under the apache-ant Thanks I’ve already found a way to install the jdk binary filefrom oracle website, and I’ve installed ant. Is this for Jenkins?
You can have Jenkins install Ant and its various versions automatically. Jenkins can also install the JDK automatically, but this takes a wee bit more setup since you must have an Oracle account to do this. Dec 31 ’14 at How can i do that?
And i have an oracle account.
Click on the “Add JDK” button. Give it a mxnual, then select the Install automatically checkbox. Select the version, and agree to the licenses agreement. Actually, I just tried. If you go through java. If you go through oracle.
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Assuming you already have jdk installed, you could do the following: I don’t have jdk installed I’m trying to instal the OpenJDK in centos 4. Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. Sign up using Facebook.
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