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Apache Ant 1.7.1: Bug Fix Release

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Apache Ant Team has released Apache ANT 1.7.1 as a maintenance release with some new features. Ant 1.7.1 is mostly a bug fix release which addresses numerous issues around Ant 1.7.0 released in December 2006.

Several smaller optimizations should lead to an improved performance compared to Ant 1.7.0. In addition Java6 support has been extended and JavaFX is now supported by the <script> task.

source package is available at and binary package can be found at



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Angus Mezick replied on Tue, 2008/07/15 - 9:04pm

A link to what has been fixed would be REALLY helpful.. (more like required for this type of post.)

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