> Per-Olof Nor?n writes:
> > The Ant build system is making its way to be a "de facto" standard for building 
>java applications as
> > it is built for the purpose.
> Make as been the standard for building any application for about 30 years.
> GNU-style configure has been the standard for configuration management for
> about 10 years.  Windows NT and Visual Basic have been the standard for
> enterprise computing for 5 years.  Thank you very much. ;-)

A more important point is that we are not a java-only codebase.  If we
were, I could see a stronger argument for Ant.  As it is now, we have to
weigh using a Java-standard Ant vs. a PostgreSQL/C-standard makefile

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