Class IgnoreDependenciesExecutor

  • All Implemented Interfaces:

    public class IgnoreDependenciesExecutor
    extends java.lang.Object
    implements Executor
    Target executor implementation that ignores dependencies. Runs each target by calling target.performTasks() directly. If an error occurs, behavior is determined by the Project's "keep-going" mode. To be used when you know what you're doing.
    Ant 1.7.1
    • Constructor Detail

      • IgnoreDependenciesExecutor

        public IgnoreDependenciesExecutor()
    • Method Detail

      • executeTargets

        public void executeTargets​(Project project,
                                   java.lang.String[] targetNames)
                            throws BuildException
        Execute the specified Targets for the specified Project..
        Specified by:
        executeTargets in interface Executor
        project - the Ant Project.
        targetNames - String[] of Target names as specified on the command line.
        BuildException - on error
      • getSubProjectExecutor

        public Executor getSubProjectExecutor()
        Get the appropriate subproject Executor instance. This allows the top executor to control what type of executor is used to execute subprojects via <ant>/<antcall>/<subant> and task that extend these. All bundled Executors return a SingleCheckExecutor (running a merged set of depended targets for all targets called) to run sub-builds..
        Specified by:
        getSubProjectExecutor in interface Executor
        an Executor instance.