May 25, 2021 Apache Ant
Apache Ant is published under the Apache Software License. A pache is a fully established open source license certified by an open source organization. The latest version of Apache Ant includes the following: complete source code, class files, and documentation, all of which can be found http://ant.apache.org on the website.
Install Apache Ant as long as the Java Development Kit (JDK) is downloaded and installed on your PC. If your computer is not installed, follow the tips below to download and install it.
To verify that Apache Ant has been successfully installed on your PC, you can enter ant in the command prompt. You should see an output similar to the following:
> C:\>ant -version Apache Ant(TM) version 1.8.2 compiled on December 20 2010
If you don't see output similar to the one above, check again to see if you have installed it correctly as previously.
This tutorial also includes integration of Ant and Eclipse inherited development environments. So if you haven't installed Eclipse yet, download and install Eclipse.
To install Eclipse, follow these steps: