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Run Java Applications from Apache Ant and a build file

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Back in the day, Apache Ant was king. Nowadays, it is Apache Maven. This post shows how to run a Java application from Ant because using the java compiler alone can sometimes be quite troublesome especially with long classpaths. This is a better alternative using Ant.

Run Java Applications From Ant

Consider the following codes.

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