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Book Review: Ant: The Definitive Guide

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Another take on Ant: The Definitive Guide.
After having the book on my desk for more than a month, though, and occasionally flipping through its pages whenever I would otherwise have consulted the online documentation, I must say that I had been missing out on some very important things: tasks like ftp and war deployment that I was simply not aware of and had never felt the need to look up, but could very well use. The other interesting thing I noticed was that my build scripts became smaller, more modular and easier to read.
 read more | mail this link | score:5914 | -Ray, July 23, 2005
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