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From bugzi...@apache.org
Subject [DO NOT REPLY: Bug 3297] bug in delete task (cascaded)
Date Tue, 28 Aug 2001 10:15:21 GMT
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http://nagoya.apache.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=3297

*** shadow/3297	Tue Aug 28 01:11:14 2001
--- shadow/3297.tmp.6544	Tue Aug 28 03:15:20 2001
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*** 2,9 ****
  | bug in delete task (cascaded)                                              |
  +----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
  |        Bug #: 3297                        Product: Ant                     |
! |       Status: NEW                         Version: 1.4Beta2                |
! |   Resolution:                            Platform: PC                      |
  |     Severity: Normal                   OS/Version: Windows NT/2K           |
  |     Priority: Other                     Component: Core tasks              |
  +----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
--- 2,9 ----
  | bug in delete task (cascaded)                                              |
  +----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
  |        Bug #: 3297                        Product: Ant                     |
! |       Status: RESOLVED                    Version: 1.4Beta2                |
! |   Resolution: INVALID                    Platform: PC                      |
  |     Severity: Normal                   OS/Version: Windows NT/2K           |
  |     Priority: Other                     Component: Core tasks              |
  +----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
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*** 36,39 ****
  First, do an "ant prepare" and look at the created structure.
  Then, do an "ant clean" and watch ant deleting one directory too much.
  According to the documentation of the delete task, the "build" directory should 
! remain (see last example).
--- 36,59 ----
  First, do an "ant prepare" and look at the created structure.
  Then, do an "ant clean" and watch ant deleting one directory too much.
  According to the documentation of the delete task, the "build" directory should 
! remain (see last example).
! 
! ------- Additional Comments From conor@cortexebusiness.com.au  2001-08-28 03:15 -------
! From the WHATSNEW file:
! * A delete task like
!   <delete includeEmptyFilesets="true">
!     <fileset dir="somedir" />
!   </delete>
!   will now remove "somedir" as well, unless there are still files left
!   in it (matched by the default excludes).
! 
! The doco has been updated for the 1.4 Beta 2 build so I'd like to confirm that 
! is the version of documentation you are quoting. Current manual states
! 
! 
!   <delete includeEmptyDirs="true" >
!     <fileset dir="build" />
!   </delete>
! 
! deletes all files and subdirectories of build, including build itself.
! 

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