Output from Ant java compilation task?

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Output from Ant java compilation task?

stanoislav
I'm converting our CC environment into Hudson and I must say I'm very impressed with what I see.

However I can't find anywhere an answer to my question:
If a build fails during java complication executed from Ant task is really the only way how to see what went wrong checking the raw console output? There is currently no way to get Hudson to parse the Ant output and put this information in some prominent place?

thank you

Stan
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Re: Output from Ant java compilation task?

Jesse Glick
stanoislav wrote:
> If a build fails during java complication executed from Ant task is
> really the only way how to see what went wrong checking the raw
> console output? There is currently no way to get Hudson to parse the
> Ant output and put this information in some prominent place?

Related:

https://hudson.dev.java.net/issues/show_bug.cgi?id=261

-J.

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Re: Output from Ant java compilation task?

Kohsuke Kawaguchi
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In reply to this post by stanoislav
2007/5/4, stanoislav <[hidden email]>:
> However I can't find anywhere an answer to my question:
> If a build fails during java complication executed from Ant task is really
> the only way how to see what went wrong checking the raw console output?
> There is currently no way to get Hudson to parse the Ant output and put this
> information in some prominent place?

Yeah, this is one area where an improvement can make a real difference.

Any output parsing is inherently unreliable, but if Hudson can
diagnose a common failure like a compilation failure, test error, and
if that's extensible, the notification e-mails/IMs could be a whole
lot more useful.

The same goes to the maven support, too. Becaues Hudson is spying on
how Maven runs, this is much easier to do with Maven.

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