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Could not create task or type of type: junit

Could not create task or type of type: junit

Could not create task or type of type: junit

Please note this is not the usual problem with ant where the junit.jar is missing from the ant/lib directory. I have created a new java task to run ant and am then trying to use the optional junit task, i would have thought that ant would find the jar in ant/lib. Does any one know how to configure this to work correctly? Below if the code I am using:

<target name="doJavaAnt" depends="-deploy-setup">
    <echo>PATH: ${build.java-root.temp.dir}</echo>
        <mkdir dir="${build.java-root.temp.dir}"/>
        <java classname="org.apache.tools.ant.Main" fork="true" dir="${build.java-root.temp.dir}">
                <path refid="deploy.classpath"/>
                <fileset dir="${java.home}">
                    <include name="lib/*.jar"/>
            <arg value="-inputhandler"/>
            <arg value="com.bbc.cmc.deploy.AntInputHandler"/>

            <arg value="-f"/>
            <arg file="deploy.xml"/>

            <arg value="doJunit"/>


    <target name="doJunit">

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