--- Comment #9 from Stefan Bodewig <> ---
I rarely use Windows and stopped using Cygwin once "Ubuntu on Windows" became
an option. I'm not sure whether Cygwin symlinks actually work, you may have to
try for yourself.

But maybe you don't need a symlink at all. You could install Ant in a directory
of its own, set the ANT_HOME environment variable pointing there and copy the
Ant shell script into any directory on your path. The environment variable will
always take precedence over the "where am I" logic of the shell script when

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