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Java - Ant tags/keywords

buildlistener, buildlistener, subbuildlistener, subbuildlistener

The source code

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 * Instances of classes that implement this interface can register
 * to be also notified when things happened during a subbuild.
 * <p>A subbuild is a separate project instance created by the
 * <code><ant> task family.  These project instances will
 * never fire the buildStarted and buildFinished events, but they will
 * fire subBuildStarted/ and subBuildFinished.  The main project
 * instance - the one created by running Ant in the first place - will
 * never invoke one of the methods of this interface.</p>
 * @see BuildEvent
 * @see Project#addBuildListener(BuildListener)
 * @since Ant 1.6.2
public interface SubBuildListener extends BuildListener {

     * Signals that a subbuild has started. This event
     * is fired before any targets have started.
     * @param event An event with any relevant extra information.
     *              Must not be <code>null.
    void subBuildStarted(BuildEvent event);

     * Signals that the last target has finished. This event
     * will still be fired if an error occurred during the build.
     * @param event An event with any relevant extra information.
     *              Must not be <code>null.
     * @see BuildEvent#getException()
    void subBuildFinished(BuildEvent event);

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