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Provides a graphical presentation of the dependencies between targets in Ant build.xml files. This is useful in several situations:
* to aid understanding
* to highlight excessive complexity
* to provide images for use in documentation
Documentation is provided via the built-in Eclipse help facility.
Note: this plugin has a dependency on the Eclipse GEF/Zest frameworks. Prior to installation, select the Eclipse GEF update site http://download.eclipse.org/tools/gef/updates/releases/ in the list of "Available Software Sites". Then from it install:
* GEF SDK 3.6.2 or later
* Zest SDK 1.2 or later
Then you can install the Ant Visualization plugin.
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Submitted by Paul Verest on Wed, 2016-04-06 06:19
Unfortunately this plugin only analyzes one currently open build.xml, and doesn't look into other referenced/imported files.
Submitted by John Lussmyer on Mon, 2015-02-09 13:09
When I try it, it just tells me that it can't find my build.xml file - and it's looking in a directory off the root - NOT under the project directory.
Submitted by Bogomir Bogomirov on Sat, 2013-10-26 20:35
I find the Ant Visualization tool you provide indispensable in the understanding and management of complex Ant build processes. Please consider integrating this tool with the PHP Explorer as well.
Submitted by Praneeth on Thu, 2013-08-01 15:18
Hi, Please include support for import tags. If current existing ant-build file opened in Ant-Editor can be loaded for a visual representation, then so does the static import of other ant-build files should be supported for the graphical representation. Also, does the Ant-Visualization view have to be tightly coupled with the Ant-Editor?
Submitted by Satyagraha 1956 on Sat, 2013-04-20 14:12
add https to bitbucket.org/satyagraha.1956/ant_vis/downloads/update_1.0.0.zip
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