[Ant] FTP-Task with 3.0.4

How do I need to set up IDEA so that I can use the Ant FTP-task? My
build file works with #929 but not with 3.0.4. The ftp-element is marked
as syntax error. netcomponents.jar was added to the class path for the
build file.

Dirk Dittert

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Dirk Dittert wrote:

How do I need to set up IDEA so that I can use the Ant FTP-task? My
build file works with #929 but not with 3.0.4. The ftp-element is marked
as syntax error. netcomponents.jar was added to the class path for the
build file.


It seems that you need to add the netcomponents.jar to IDEA's lib directory.

Ciao,
Gordon

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That's what I did. I put the netcomponents.jar into $IDEA_HOME/lib and added it in the properties of the build script to the class path. But still no success. That's the way how it worked with Aurora but not with 3.0.x

Thanks,

Dirk Dittert

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Dirk Dittert wrote:

That's what I did. I put the netcomponents.jar into $IDEA_HOME/lib and added it in the properties of the build script to the class path. But still no success. That's the way how it worked with Aurora but not with 3.0.x


Hmm... I thought some of my co-workers using 3.0 were able to solve the
problem by putting netcomponents in the IDEA lib directory...

Silly question, but did yourestart IDEA after putting the netcomponents
jar in the IDEA lib directory?

Ciao,
Gordon

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Gordon Tyler (Software Developer)
Quest Software <http://java.quest.com/>
260 King Street East, Toronto, Ontario M5A 4L5, Canada
Voice: 416-643-4846 | Fax: 416-594-1919

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Just tried this. It's a bug, it's not working.

Dirk you might want to file that. You're on OS X right?

R

Gordon Tyler wrote:

Dirk Dittert wrote:

>> That's what I did. I put the netcomponents.jar into $IDEA_HOME/lib and
>> added it in the properties of the build script to the class path. But
>> still no success. That's the way how it worked with Aurora but not
>> with 3.0.x


Hmm... I thought some of my co-workers using 3.0 were able to solve the
problem by putting netcomponents in the IDEA lib directory...

Silly question, but did yourestart IDEA after putting the netcomponents
jar in the IDEA lib directory?

Ciao,
Gordon


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Robert S. Sfeir <no_mail@jetbrains.com> wrote:

Just tried this. It's a bug, it's not working.

Dirk you might want to file that. You're on OS X right?


Thanks for checking that out. Yes, I am on OS X. It works works with EAP
builds, therefore I don't see much sense in filing a bug.

Thanks for your help,

Dirk Dittert

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