Dynam 1.0

dynam is a diminutive build tool to archive, compile and install Java code.
dynam is a diminutive build tool to archive, compile and install Java code.

Usage:

In its simplest form, dynam can be invoked without any parameters:

% dynam
Compiling "ZOE"...
Archiving...
Installing...
Done.

Alternatively, dynam can be invoked with the path of the directory to build:

% dynam /Path/To/Directory/To/Build

classpath

dydoc uses Sun’s tools.jar for its inner working. Make sure it’s available somewhere in your classpath.
configuration

dydoc uses 3 optional system properties:

-Dlib.dir=/Path/To/Jars/Directory

lib.dir points to a directory containing all the .jar files necessary to compile the source directory. If not specified, lib.dir defaults to ~/Library/Java.

-Dbin.dir=/Path/To/Install/Directory

bin.dir points to the directory where to install the resulting .jar file. If not specified, bin.dir defaults to lib.dir.

-Djava.io.tmpdir=/Path/To/Tmp/Directory

java.io.tmpdir points to the temporary directory used during the build process.

setup

The easiest way to setup dynam is to create a command line alias for it.
For example, in tcsh, add the following entry to aliases.mine:

alias dynam "java -jar /Path/To/dynam.jar"

Requirements:

J2SE

Installation:

Install dynam.jar in your classpath.

Example:

java -jar dynam.jar /Directory/To/Compile

last updated on:
February 14th, 2008, 9:52 GMT
price:
FREE!
homepage:
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license type:
GPL (GNU General Public License) 
developed by:
alt.dev
category:
ROOT \ Programming \ Compilers
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