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Ant XJC - skip compile step

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I'm building a large Java project with Ant and JAXB using the XJC ant task.  How do I skip generating and compiling the Java from JAXB if the schema(s) did change?  It re-generates the Java and compiles it every time right now and is slowing down the build.

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Read the "Up-to-date Check" section in this tutorial:

http://java.sun.com/webservices/docs/1.6/jaxb/ant.html

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