ant(1) - a Java based make tool
-help, -h
       print help on the command line options
-projecthelp, -p
       print project help information
       print the version information
       print information that might be helpful to diagnose or report problems
-quiet, -q
       be extra quiet
-verbose, -v
       be extra verbose
-debug, -d
       print debugging information
-emacs, -e
       produce logging information without adornments
-lib <path>
       specifies a path to search for jars and classes
-logfile <file>
       use the given file to output log to
-logger <classname>
       use the given class to perform logging
-listener <classname>
       add an instance of the given class as a project listener
       do not allow interactive input
-buildfile, -file, -f <file>
       use  the  given  buildfile  instead  of  the default build.xml file. This is the ant equivalent of
-keep-going, -k
       execute all targets that do not depend on failed target(s)
-propertyfile <name>
       load all properties from file with -D properties taking precedence
-inputhandler <class>
       the class which will handle input requests
-find, -s <file>
       search for buildfile towards the root of the filesystem and use it
-nice <number>
       A niceness value for the main thread: 1 (lowest) to 10 (highest); 5 is the default
       Run ant without using the jar files from ${user.home}/.ant/lib
       Run ant without using CLASSPATH
       Java 1.5+ : use the OS proxies
-main <class>
       Override Ant's normal entry point