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From dona...@apache.org
Subject cvs commit: jakarta-ant-myrmidon/site/docs/css tigris.css
Date Thu, 13 Jun 2002 08:14:40 GMT
donaldp     2002/06/13 01:14:40

  Modified:    site/docs ant1compat.html buildfile.html building.html
                        classloader.html configuring.html differences.html
                        getinvolved.html index.html librarys.html
                        project-descriptor.html running.html
                        subprojects.html task.html todo.html vfs.html
               site/docs/css tigris.css
  Log:
  Update the site docs with larger type
  
  Revision  Changes    Path
  1.7       +130 -68   jakarta-ant-myrmidon/site/docs/ant1compat.html
  
  Index: ant1compat.html
  ===================================================================
  RCS file: /home/cvs/jakarta-ant-myrmidon/site/docs/ant1compat.html,v
  retrieving revision 1.6
  retrieving revision 1.7
  diff -u -r1.6 -r1.7
  --- ant1compat.html	6 Jun 2002 12:54:28 -0000	1.6
  +++ ant1compat.html	13 Jun 2002 08:14:39 -0000	1.7
  @@ -1,9 +1,6 @@
   <!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01 Transitional//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/html4/loose.dtd">
   
  -<!-- Content Stylesheet for Site -->
  -
  -    
  -<!-- start the processing -->
  +<!-- This is a generated file.  Do not edit. -->
       <html>
       <head>
         <style type="text/css">
  @@ -91,98 +88,150 @@
             <td><div id="bodycol"><div class="app">
           <div class="h3">
               <h3><a name="Overview">Overview</a></h3>
  -                  <p>
  +                        <p
  +        >      
               The Myrmidon-Ant1 Compatibility layer works by reusing most of the Ant 1 code,
               with tasks and datatypes
               being prefixed with "ant1." in build files. Almost all of the main Ant 1 tree
               is included in the compatibility layer antlib. To insulate from changes in
               the Ant 1 tree, Ant 1 class files are extracted from a jar, rather than
               being compiled from scratch.
  -            </p>
  -                        <p>
  +            
  +  </p>
  +                                <p
  +        >      
               Here's how it works: The first time an Ant 1 task is encountered, an Ant 1
               project is created, and stored in the TaskContext under the name "ant1.project".
               The Ant 1 versions of Task and Project have been extended, overriding core behaviour,
               with Myrmidon-specific behaviour.
  +            
  +  </p>
  +                                <p
  +        >                    $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <i
  +        >      all
  +  </i>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
               </p>
  -                        <p>
  -            The updated version of Task implements Configurable, receiving it's
  -            complete Task Model, and actually setting/adding/creating attributes
  -            with the help of the IntrospectionHelper. This process is designed to
  -            mimic the Ant 1 configuration policy, although not <i>all</i> of the
  -            subtle variations of configuration present in Ant 1 are handled.
  -            </p>
  -                        <p>
  +                                <p
  +        >      
               The updated version of Project will provide hooks into the Myrmidon TaskContext,
  -            such as:</p>
  -                        <ul>
  -            <li>logging (done)</li>
  -            <li>properties (done)</li>
  -            <li>references (not yet done)</li>
  -            <li>Task defined by &lt;taskdef&gt; (done)</li>
  +            such as:
  +  </p>
  +                                <ul
  +        >                    $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <li
  +        >      logging (done)
  +  </li>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <li
  +        >      properties (done)
  +  </li>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <li
  +        >      references (not yet done)
  +  </li>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <li
  +        >      Task defined by &lt;taskdef&gt; (done)
  +  </li>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
               </ul>
  -                        <p>
  -            So at present, properties declared in Ant 2 tasks are available to all Ant 1 tasks,
  -            and vice-versa. However, while a <code>&lt;ant1.path&gt;</code> reference works fine
  -            in other <code>&lt;ant1.XXX&gt;</code>
  -            tasks, it's not visible to Ant 2 tasks in the same build, and vice-versa.
  -            </p>
  -                        <p>
  -            The <code>&lt;taskdef&gt;</code> task works ok, registering the task with the TypeManager using the
  -            "ant1." prefix. Only a couple of DataTypes (Path and Patternset) are working
  -            as top-level types, but this should be just a matter of adding references to
  -            the Ant 1 version of TypeInstanceTask in the descriptor.
  +                                <p
  +        >                    $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <code
  +        >      &lt;ant1.path&gt;
  +  </code>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <code
  +        >      &lt;ant1.XXX&gt;
  +  </code>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +            </p>
  +                                <p
  +        >                    $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <code
  +        >      &lt;taskdef&gt;
  +  </code>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
               </p>
  -                        <p>
  +                                <p
  +        >      
               The TransformingProjectBuilder (which is now the default builder for files
               of type ".xml", applies a transformation stylesheet to the file, prefixing select
               tasks (all at present) with "ant.". If a version attribute is encountered, the
               file is not transformed
  -            </p>
  -            </div>
  +            
  +  </p>
  +              </div>
           <div class="h3">
               <h3><a name="Using the compatibility layer">Using the compatibility layer</a></h3>
                       <div class="h4">
               <h4><a name="Using Ant 1 tasks in a Myrmidon build file">Using Ant 1 tasks in a Myrmidon build file</a></h4>
  -                  <p>
  -                If you have a Myrmidon build file (eg with <code>version="2.0"</code>
  -                on the project element, you can use Ant 1 tasks and datatypes by using
  -                the "ant1." suffix on the regular element name.
  -                Virtually <i>all</i> tasks and datatypes from Ant 1.4.1 are available
  -                in this way.
  -                </p>
  -                        <p>
  -                When declaring a new task using the <code>&lt;ant1.taskdef&gt;</code>
  -                task, <i>don't</i> prepend "ant1." to the taskname. This will be
  -                done automatically by the taskdef task. However, you will need
  -                to use the "ant1." prefix in all uses of that task.
  -                </p>
  -            </div>
  +                <p
  +        >                    $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <code
  +        >      version="2.0"
  +  </code>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <i
  +        >      all
  +  </i>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +            </p>
  +                  <p
  +        >                    $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <code
  +        >      &lt;ant1.taskdef&gt;
  +  </code>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <i
  +        >      don't
  +  </i>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +            </p>
  +        </div>
                             <div class="h4">
               <h4><a name="Using an existing Ant 1 build file">Using an existing Ant 1 build file</a></h4>
  -                  <p>
  +                <p
  +        >      
                   Myrmidon will automatically handle Ant 1 build files using the
                   Ant 1 Compatibility layer. So, using an Ant 1 build
  -                file with Myrmidon should be as simple as:</p>
  -                        <pre>[myrmidon-command] -f ant1-build-file.xml</pre>
  -                        <p>
  -                This works as follows: When Myrmidon encounters a ".xml" build file which does not have a
  -                <code>version</code> attribute on the top-level <code>project</code>
  -                element, it assumes that it is an Ant 1 build file. So all tasks are
  -                interpreted as though they are prefixed with the "ant." name prefix.
  -                </p>
  -            </div>
  +                file with Myrmidon should be as simple as:
  +  </p>
  +                  <pre>[myrmidon-command] -f ant1-build-file.xml</pre>
  +                  <p
  +        >                    $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <code
  +        >      version
  +  </code>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <code
  +        >      project
  +  </code>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +            </p>
  +        </div>
               </div>
           <div class="h3">
               <h3><a name="Building the compatibility layer">Building the compatibility layer</a></h3>
  -                  <p>Before building the Ant 1 Compatibility layer, you need to build
  -            Myrmidon, running the <code>dist-lite</code> target of the main build.
  -            See <a href="user.html#Building Myrmidon">the build instructions</a>
  -            for more details.</p>
  -                        <p>To build the compatibility layer, simply execute:</p>
  -                        <pre>ant -f ant1compat.xml</pre>
  -                        <p>from within the root directory of the Myrmidon source tree.</p>
  -            </div>
  +                        <p
  +        >                    $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <code
  +        >      dist-lite
  +  </code>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                                    <a href="user.html#Building Myrmidon">the build instructions</a>
  +                            $escape.getText( $child )
  +            </p>
  +                                <p
  +        >      To build the compatibility layer, simply execute:
  +  </p>
  +                                <pre>ant -f ant1compat.xml</pre>
  +                                <p
  +        >      from within the root directory of the Myrmidon source tree.
  +  </p>
  +              </div>
                 </div></div></td>
           </tr>
         </table>
  @@ -198,7 +247,20 @@
   
       </body>
     </html>
  -<!-- end the processing -->
  +
  +
  +
  +
  +
  +
  +
  +
  +
  +
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  1.8       +275 -191  jakarta-ant-myrmidon/site/docs/buildfile.html
  
  Index: buildfile.html
  ===================================================================
  RCS file: /home/cvs/jakarta-ant-myrmidon/site/docs/buildfile.html,v
  retrieving revision 1.7
  retrieving revision 1.8
  diff -u -r1.7 -r1.8
  --- buildfile.html	6 Jun 2002 12:54:28 -0000	1.7
  +++ buildfile.html	13 Jun 2002 08:14:39 -0000	1.8
  @@ -1,9 +1,6 @@
   <!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01 Transitional//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/html4/loose.dtd">
   
  -<!-- Content Stylesheet for Site -->
  -
  -    
  -<!-- start the processing -->
  +<!-- This is a generated file.  Do not edit. -->
       <html>
       <head>
         <style type="text/css">
  @@ -91,41 +88,70 @@
             <td><div id="bodycol"><div class="app">
           <div class="h3">
               <h3><a name="Overview">Overview</a></h3>
  -                  <p>
  -    You define a build process using a <a href="#project">project</a> file.  A
  -    project file is an XML file, which describes what needs to be done to
  -    perform the build.  A project is usually made up of several stages,
  -    or <a href="#targets">targets</a>.  For example, a project might be made up
  -    of a target that compiles the Java source files, another target that runs
  -    unit tests, and a third target that assembles a distribution.
  -    </p>
  -                        <p>
  -    A target may <b>depend on</b> other targets.  For example, a target that
  -    builds a distribution, cannot do its work until the source files have been
  -    compiled.  Myrmidon makes sure that targets are executed in the correct order,
  -    so that a target is executed before the targets that depend on it.  Target
  -    are only executed once.
  -    </p>
  -                        <p>
  -    You define a target using basic units of work called <a href="#tasks">tasks</a>.
  -    Tasks can range from simple operations, such as copying a file, or setting a
  -    property, up to complex operations like compiling Java source, or running a
  -    test suite.
  -    </p>
  -                        <p>
  -    Let's look at a simple example.  The project below contains two targets,
  -    called <code>compile</code> and <code>build-jar</code>.  The <code>compile</code>
  -    target executes the <code>javac</code> task, which, as you probably
  -    guessed, compiles up a bunch of Java source files.
  -    The <code>build-jar</code> target depends on the <code>compile</code> target,
  -    which means that it will only ever get executed <i>after</i> the
  -    <code>compile</code> target has been executed.  The <code>build-jar</code>
  -    target executes the <code>jar</code> task, which assembles the compiled
  -    class files into a Jar file.
  -    </p>
  -                          <div id="source">
  -    <pre>
  -&lt;project version=&quot;2.0&quot; default=&quot;build-jar&quot;&gt;
  +                        <p
  +        >                    $escape.getText( $child )
  +                                    <a href="#project">project</a>
  +                            $escape.getText( $child )
  +                                    <a href="#targets">targets</a>
  +                            $escape.getText( $child )
  +            </p>
  +                                <p
  +        >                    $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <b
  +        >      depend on
  +  </b>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +            </p>
  +                                <p
  +        >                    $escape.getText( $child )
  +                                    <a href="#tasks">tasks</a>
  +                            $escape.getText( $child )
  +            </p>
  +                                <p
  +        >                    $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <code
  +        >      compile
  +  </code>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <code
  +        >      build-jar
  +  </code>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <code
  +        >      compile
  +  </code>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <code
  +        >      javac
  +  </code>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <code
  +        >      build-jar
  +  </code>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <code
  +        >      compile
  +  </code>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <i
  +        >      after
  +  </i>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <code
  +        >      compile
  +  </code>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <code
  +        >      build-jar
  +  </code>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <code
  +        >      jar
  +  </code>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +            </p>
  +                                  <div id="source">
  +    <pre>&lt;project version=&quot;2.0&quot; default=&quot;build-jar&quot;&gt;
   
       &lt;!-- Compile the Java source --&gt;
       &lt;target name=&quot;compile&quot;&gt;
  @@ -138,104 +164,124 @@
               &lt;fileset dir=&quot;build/classes&quot;/&gt;
           &lt;/jar&gt;
       &lt;/target&gt;
  -&lt;/project&gt;
  -</pre>
  +&lt;/project&gt;</pre>
     </div>
  -            </div>
  +              </div>
           <div class="h3">
               <h3><a name="project">The Project File</a></h3>
  -                  <p>
  -    A project file is an XML file that defines a single project.  The root element
  -    of a project file must be a <code>&lt;project&gt;</code> element.
  -    It can take the following attributes:
  -    </p>
  -                          <table cellpadding="3" cellspacing="2" border="1" width="100%">
  +                        <p
  +        >                    $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <code
  +        >      &lt;project&gt;
  +  </code>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +            </p>
  +                                  <table cellpadding="3" cellspacing="2" border="1" width="100%">
                       <tr class="a">
                   <th
             >
  -          Attribute
  -      </th>
  +                Attribute
  +        </th>
                     <th
             >
  -          Description
  -      </th>
  +                Description
  +        </th>
                     <th
             >
  -          Default Value
  -      </th>
  +                Default Value
  +        </th>
           </tr>
                           <tr class="b">
                   <td
             >
  -          name
  -      </td>
  +                name
  +        </td>
                     <td
             >
  -          The project name.
  -      </td>
  +                The project name.
  +        </td>
                     <td
             >
  -          The name of the project file, with the extension removed.
  -      </td>
  +                The name of the project file, with the extension removed.
  +        </td>
           </tr>
                           <tr class="a">
                   <td
             >
  -          basedir
  -      </td>
  +                basedir
  +        </td>
                     <td
             >
  -          The base directory for the project.  The base directory is used
  +                The base directory for the project.  The base directory is used
               to resolve all relative file names used in the project file.
               
  -      </td>
  +        </td>
                     <td
             >
  -          The directory containing the project file.
  -      </td>
  +                The directory containing the project file.
  +        </td>
           </tr>
                           <tr class="b">
                   <td
             >
  -          default
  -      </td>
  +                default
  +        </td>
                     <td
             >
  -          The name of the default target.
  -      </td>
  +                The name of the default target.
  +        </td>
                     <td
             >
  -          <code>main</code>
  -      </td>
  +                                    <code
  +        >      main
  +  </code>
  +                    </td>
           </tr>
                           <tr class="a">
                   <td
             >
  -          version
  -      </td>
  +                version
  +        </td>
                     <td
             >
  -          The project file format version that the project is written for.
  -      </td>
  +                The project file format version that the project is written for.
  +        </td>
                     <td
             >
  -          None, must be <code>2.0</code>
  -      </td>
  +                              $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <code
  +        >      2.0
  +  </code>
  +                    </td>
           </tr>
           </table>
  -                        <p>
  -    A <code>&lt;project&gt;</code> element can contain the following elements,
  -    in the order given below:
  -    </p>
  -                        <ul>
  -    <li><a href="#project-refs">Project references</a></li>
  -    <li><a href="#init-tasks">Initialization tasks</a></li>
  -    <li><a href="#targets">Targets</a></li>
  -    </ul>
  -                        <p>Below is a simple example, which contains two targets:</p>
  -                          <div id="source">
  -    <pre>
  -&lt;project version=&quot;2.0&quot; name=&quot;some-project&quot; basedir=&quot;..&quot;&gt;
  +                                <p
  +        >                    $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <code
  +        >      &lt;project&gt;
  +  </code>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +            </p>
  +                                <ul
  +        >                    $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <li
  +        >                                <a href="#project-refs">Project references</a>
  +                </li>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <li
  +        >                                <a href="#init-tasks">Initialization tasks</a>
  +                </li>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <li
  +        >                                <a href="#targets">Targets</a>
  +                </li>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +            </ul>
  +                                <p
  +        >      Below is a simple example, which contains two targets:
  +  </p>
  +                                  <div id="source">
  +    <pre>&lt;project version=&quot;2.0&quot; name=&quot;some-project&quot; basedir=&quot;..&quot;&gt;
   
       &lt;target name=&quot;compile&quot;&gt;
           ...
  @@ -244,64 +290,80 @@
       &lt;target name=&quot;tests&quot;&gt;
           ...
       &lt;/target&gt;
  -&lt;/project&gt;
  -</pre>
  +&lt;/project&gt;</pre>
     </div>
  -                          <div class="h4">
  +                            <div class="h4">
               <h4><a name="project-refs">Project References</a></h4>
  -                  <p>Project references allow the project to import, or reference, other projects.
  -A <code>&lt;projectref&gt;</code> element takes the following attributes:</p>
  -                          <table cellpadding="3" cellspacing="2" border="1" width="100%">
  +                <p
  +        >                    $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <code
  +        >      &lt;projectref&gt;
  +  </code>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +            </p>
  +                    <table cellpadding="3" cellspacing="2" border="1" width="100%">
                       <tr class="a">
                   <th
             >
  -          Attribute
  -      </th>
  +                Attribute
  +        </th>
                     <th
             >
  -          Description
  -      </th>
  +                Description
  +        </th>
                     <th
             >
  -          Default Value
  -      </th>
  +                Default Value
  +        </th>
           </tr>
                           <tr class="b">
                   <td
             >
  -          name
  -      </td>
  +                name
  +        </td>
                     <td
             >
  -          The name to use to identify the referenced project.
  -      </td>
  +                The name to use to identify the referenced project.
  +        </td>
                     <td
             >
  -          Required
  -      </td>
  +                Required
  +        </td>
           </tr>
                           <tr class="a">
                   <td
             >
  -          location
  -      </td>
  +                location
  +        </td>
                     <td
             >
  -          The path to the project file to reference.
  -      </td>
  +                The path to the project file to reference.
  +        </td>
                     <td
             >
  -          Required
  -      </td>
  +                Required
  +        </td>
           </tr>
           </table>
  -                        <p>
  -The targets of a referenced project can be used in the <code>depends</code> list
  -of a target in the referencing project, using the syntax
  -<code><i>project-name</i>-&gt;<i>target-name</i></code>.  Here is a simple example:</p>
  -                          <div id="source">
  -    <pre>
  -&lt;project version=&quot;2.0&quot;&gt;
  +                  <p
  +        >                    $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <code
  +        >      depends
  +  </code>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <code
  +        >                          <i
  +        >      project-name
  +  </i>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <i
  +        >      target-name
  +  </i>
  +              </code>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +            </p>
  +                    <div id="source">
  +    <pre>&lt;project version=&quot;2.0&quot;&gt;
       &lt;!-- Reference another project --&gt;
       &lt;projectref name=&quot;subproject&quot; location=&quot;subproject/build.xml&quot;/&gt;
   
  @@ -309,23 +371,25 @@
       &lt;target name=&quot;main&quot; depends=&quot;subproject-&gt;compile&quot;&gt;
           .. do some stuff ..
       &lt;/target&gt;
  -&lt;/project&gt;
  -</pre>
  +&lt;/project&gt;</pre>
     </div>
  -            </div>
  +        </div>
                             <div class="h4">
               <h4><a name="init-tasks">Initialization Tasks</a></h4>
  -                  <p>
  -    Initialization <a href="#tasks">tasks</a> are executed before any of the
  -    project's targets are executed, and are used to initialize the project.
  -    Any task can be used as an initialization task, including
  -    <code>&lt;property&gt;</code> and data-type instances.  The initialization
  -    tasks are executed in the order they appear in the project file.
  -    </p>
  -                        <p>Below is an example:</p>
  -                          <div id="source">
  -    <pre>
  -&lt;project version=&quot;2.0&quot;&gt;
  +                <p
  +        >                    $escape.getText( $child )
  +                                    <a href="#tasks">tasks</a>
  +                            $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <code
  +        >      &lt;property&gt;
  +  </code>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +            </p>
  +                  <p
  +        >      Below is an example:
  +  </p>
  +                    <div id="source">
  +    <pre>&lt;project version=&quot;2.0&quot;&gt;
   
     &lt;!-- Initialization tasks --&gt;
     &lt;property name=&quot;some-property&quot; value=&quot;some value&quot;/&gt;
  @@ -337,83 +401,90 @@
       ...
     &lt;/target&gt;
   
  -&lt;/project&gt;
  -</pre>
  +&lt;/project&gt;</pre>
     </div>
  -            </div>
  +        </div>
               </div>
           <div class="h3">
               <h3><a name="targets">Targets</a></h3>
  -                  <p>
  -    A target is a list of tasks, contained in a <code>&lt;target&gt;</code>
  -    element.  When the target is executed, the tasks are executed in the order
  -    they appear in the project file.  A target may also have a list of dependencies.
  -    These are targets that must be executed before the target is executed.
  -    </p>
  -                        <p>A <code>&lt;target&gt;</code> element takes the following attributes:</p>
  -                          <table cellpadding="3" cellspacing="2" border="1" width="100%">
  +                        <p
  +        >                    $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <code
  +        >      &lt;target&gt;
  +  </code>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +            </p>
  +                                <p
  +        >                    $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <code
  +        >      &lt;target&gt;
  +  </code>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +            </p>
  +                                  <table cellpadding="3" cellspacing="2" border="1" width="100%">
                       <tr class="a">
                   <th
             >
  -          Attribute
  -      </th>
  +                Attribute
  +        </th>
                     <th
             >
  -          Description
  -      </th>
  +                Description
  +        </th>
                     <th
             >
  -          Default Value
  -      </th>
  +                Default Value
  +        </th>
           </tr>
                           <tr class="b">
                   <td
             >
  -          description
  -      </td>
  +                description
  +        </td>
                     <td
             >
  -          A description of the target.
  -      </td>
  +                A description of the target.
  +        </td>
                     <td
             >
  -          None
  -      </td>
  +                None
  +        </td>
           </tr>
                           <tr class="a">
                   <td
             >
  -          depends
  -      </td>
  +                depends
  +        </td>
                     <td
             >
  -          A comma-separated list of targets that this target depends on.
  +                A comma-separated list of targets that this target depends on.
               This list can contain targets from referenced projects.
  -      </td>
  +        </td>
                     <td
             >
  -          None
  -      </td>
  +                None
  +        </td>
           </tr>
                           <tr class="b">
                   <td
             >
  -          name
  -      </td>
  +                name
  +        </td>
                     <td
             >
  -          The name of the target.
  -      </td>
  +                The name of the target.
  +        </td>
                     <td
             >
  -          Required
  -      </td>
  +                Required
  +        </td>
           </tr>
           </table>
  -                        <p>An example project, with two targets:</p>
  -                          <div id="source">
  -    <pre>
  -&lt;project version=&quot;2.0&quot; default=&quot;jars&quot;&gt;
  +                                <p
  +        >      An example project, with two targets:
  +  </p>
  +                                  <div id="source">
  +    <pre>&lt;project version=&quot;2.0&quot; default=&quot;jars&quot;&gt;
   
       &lt;target name=&quot;compile&quot; description=&quot;Compiles the Java source&quot;&gt;
           &lt;javac ... /&gt;
  @@ -423,28 +494,28 @@
           &lt;jar ... /&gt;
       &lt;/target&gt;
   
  -&lt;/project&gt;
  -</pre>
  +&lt;/project&gt;</pre>
     </div>
  -            </div>
  +              </div>
           <div class="h3">
               <h3><a name="tasks">Tasks</a></h3>
  -                  <p>
  +                        <p
  +        >      
       A task is represented as an XML element, where the name of the task is used
       as the element name.  The attributes and nested elements that a task allows
       depend on the task.  Below are two example tasks:
  -    </p>
  -                          <div id="source">
  -    <pre>
  -&lt;property name=&quot;a-prop&quot; value=&quot;some value&quot;/&gt;
  -&lt;log&gt;This is a log message.&lt;/log&gt;
  -</pre>
  +    
  +  </p>
  +                                  <div id="source">
  +    <pre>&lt;property name=&quot;a-prop&quot; value=&quot;some value&quot;/&gt;
  +&lt;log&gt;This is a log message.&lt;/log&gt;</pre>
     </div>
  -                        <p>
  -    Some tasks may contain other tasks.  You can find out about how to write
  -    your own tasks <a href="task.html">here</a>.
  -    </p>
  -            </div>
  +                                <p
  +        >                    $escape.getText( $child )
  +                                    <a href="task.html">here</a>
  +                            $escape.getText( $child )
  +            </p>
  +              </div>
                 </div></div></td>
           </tr>
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  Index: building.html
  ===================================================================
  RCS file: /home/cvs/jakarta-ant-myrmidon/site/docs/building.html,v
  retrieving revision 1.3
  retrieving revision 1.4
  diff -u -r1.3 -r1.4
  --- building.html	6 Jun 2002 12:54:28 -0000	1.3
  +++ building.html	13 Jun 2002 08:14:39 -0000	1.4
  @@ -1,9 +1,6 @@
   <!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01 Transitional//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/html4/loose.dtd">
   
  -<!-- Content Stylesheet for Site -->
  -
  -    
  -<!-- start the processing -->
  +<!-- This is a generated file.  Do not edit. -->
       <html>
       <head>
         <style type="text/css">
  @@ -91,68 +88,90 @@
             <td><div id="bodycol"><div class="app">
           <div class="h3">
               <h3><a name="Building Myrmidon">Building Myrmidon</a></h3>
  -                  <p>
  -First, you will need to fetch the Myrmidon source from CVS.  The source
  -can be found in the <code>jakarta-ant-myrmidon</code> CVS module.  Details can
  -be found <a href="http://jakarta.apache.org/site/cvsindex.html">here</a>.
  -</p>
  -                        <p>
  -To build Myrmidon, use the <code>build.xml</code> file in the root of the source
  -tree.  You will need to use Ant 1.5 or later, and you will need to include junit
  -and xalan in your CLASSPATH.  The default target builds a minimal Myrmidon
  -distribution into the <code>myrmidon/dist</code> directory.  The distribution
  -is a ready-to-run installation of Myrmidon.  Use the <code>dist</code> target to
  -build a full Myrmidon distribution, including all documentation, into the
  -<code>myrmidon/distributions</code> directory.
  -</p>
  -                        <p>There are a number features that are not built unless the appropriate optional Jar
  -files are found in the <code>lib</code> directory:</p>
  -                          <table cellpadding="3" cellspacing="2" border="1" width="100%">
  +                        <p
  +        >                    $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <code
  +        >      jakarta-ant-myrmidon
  +  </code>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                                    <a href="http://jakarta.apache.org/site/cvsindex.html">here</a>
  +                            $escape.getText( $child )
  +            </p>
  +                                <p
  +        >                    $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <code
  +        >      build.xml
  +  </code>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <code
  +        >      myrmidon/dist
  +  </code>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <code
  +        >      dist
  +  </code>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <code
  +        >      myrmidon/distributions
  +  </code>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +            </p>
  +                                <p
  +        >                    $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <code
  +        >      lib
  +  </code>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +            </p>
  +                                  <table cellpadding="3" cellspacing="2" border="1" width="100%">
                       <tr class="a">
                   <th
             >
  -          Feature
  -      </th>
  +                Feature
  +        </th>
                     <th
             >
  -          Jar File
  -      </th>
  +                Jar File
  +        </th>
                     <th
             >
  -          Download From
  -      </th>
  +                Download From
  +        </th>
           </tr>
                           <tr class="b">
                   <td
             >
  -          SMB VFS support (Samba, Windows shares)
  -      </td>
  +                SMB VFS support (Samba, Windows shares)
  +        </td>
                     <td
             >
  -          jcifs.jar
  -      </td>
  +                jcifs.jar
  +        </td>
                     <td
             >
  -          <a href="http://jcifs.samba.org">jcifs.samba.org</a>.
  -        <p>Note: there are problems using the 0.6.1 release.  Try 0.6.0 instead.</p>
  -      </td>
  +                                          <a href="http://jcifs.samba.org">jcifs.samba.org</a>
  +                            $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <p
  +        >      Note: there are problems using the 0.6.1 release.  Try 0.6.0 instead.
  +  </p>
  +                    </td>
           </tr>
                           <tr class="a">
                   <td
             >
  -          FTP VFS support
  -      </td>
  +                FTP VFS support
  +        </td>
                     <td
             >
  -          netcomponents.jar
  -      </td>
  +                netcomponents.jar
  +        </td>
                     <td
             >
  -          <a href="http://www.savarese.org/oro/software/NetComponents.html">www.savarese.org</a>
  -      </td>
  +                                          <a href="http://www.savarese.org/oro/software/NetComponents.html">www.savarese.org</a>
  +                      </td>
           </tr>
           </table>
  -            </div>
  +              </div>
                 </div></div></td>
           </tr>
         </table>
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  Index: classloader.html
  ===================================================================
  RCS file: /home/cvs/jakarta-ant-myrmidon/site/docs/classloader.html,v
  retrieving revision 1.6
  retrieving revision 1.7
  diff -u -r1.6 -r1.7
  --- classloader.html	6 Jun 2002 12:54:28 -0000	1.6
  +++ classloader.html	13 Jun 2002 08:14:39 -0000	1.7
  @@ -1,9 +1,6 @@
   <!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01 Transitional//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/html4/loose.dtd">
   
  -<!-- Content Stylesheet for Site -->
  -
  -    
  -<!-- start the processing -->
  +<!-- This is a generated file.  Do not edit. -->
       <html>
       <head>
         <style type="text/css">
  @@ -91,25 +88,30 @@
             <td><div id="bodycol"><div class="app">
           <div class="h3">
               <h3><a name="ClassLoader Management">ClassLoader Management</a></h3>
  -                  <p>In many ways Ant 2 needs to follow rules similar to a number of
  +                        <p
  +        >      In many ways Ant 2 needs to follow rules similar to a number of
               different application servers with respect to ClassLoader management.
               Ant 2 will create a number of different ClassLoaders that have access
               to different sets of resources (and thus Classes). The main reason
               for this arrangment is to partition different sections of the
               application such as the Container, the Task API, task/type libraries
  -            and support libraries.</p>
  -                        <p>The recomended structure for ClassLoader relationships is a hierarchy.
  +            and support libraries.
  +  </p>
  +                                <p
  +        >      The recomended structure for ClassLoader relationships is a hierarchy.
               When a ClassLoader is asked for a resource (or a class) it first delegates
               to it's parent to ask for the resource. If the resource is not present in
               its parent ClassLoader then the ClassLoader attempts to locate the resource
               in it's own store. In practice this means that all the classes (and static
               variables defined by said classes) in a parent ClassLoader are shared with
  -            the child ClassLoaders.</p>
  -                        <p>Using kooky ascii art, the specific ClassLoader structure for Ant 2 is as
  -            follows:</p>
  -                          <div id="source">
  -    <pre>
  -                  Bootstrap
  +            the child ClassLoaders.
  +  </p>
  +                                <p
  +        >      Using kooky ascii art, the specific ClassLoader structure for Ant 2 is as
  +            follows:
  +  </p>
  +                                  <div id="source">
  +    <pre>Bootstrap
                         |
                      System
                         |
  @@ -117,98 +119,112 @@
                     /      \
                Container  Shared
                            /   \
  -                    Antlib1  Antlib2 ...
  -            </pre>
  +                    Antlib1  Antlib2 ...</pre>
     </div>
  -                        <ul>
  -                <li>
  -                  The
  -                    <strong>Bootstrap</strong> ClassLoader contains the classes and resources
  -                  provided by the Java runtime.
  -
  -                </li>
  -                <li>
  -                  The
  -                    <strong>System</strong> ClassLoader contains the classes that were made accessible
  -                  via the CLASSPATH environment variable. If the standard ant script was used then this
  -                  should only contain the classes that are used to bootstrap the ant runtime. ie
  -
  -                    <code>$ANT_HOME/bin/ant-launcher.jar</code>
  -                </li>
  -                <li>
  -                  The
  -                    <strong>Common</strong> ClassLoader contains the classes and resources
  -                  that are made visible to both the Container and to all the ant type libraries. This
  -                  contains all the classes that the Container uses to communicate with tasks and other
  -                  supporting infrastructure. In particular it contains the following APIs;
  -
  -                    <ul>
  -                        <li>
  -                            <em>Task API</em> - Contains the classes that are part of the API used
  -                          to define tasks.
  -
  -                        </li>
  -                        <li>
  -                            <em>ProjectListener API</em> - Contains the classes necessary to define new
  -                          ProjectListeners.
  -
  -                        </li>
  -                        <li>
  -                            <em>Aspect API</em> - Contains the classes that are used to define Aspects
  -                          of the container.
  -
  -                        </li>
  -                        <li>
  -                            <em>Container API</em> - Contains the interfaces that are required to communicate
  -                          with the objects deep within the container.
  -                            <strong>NOTE</strong>: These interfaces
  -                          are not to be used by user tasks but are made available so that certain tasks (such
  -                          as &lt;antcall/&gt;) can be implemented. However they are subject to change without
  -                          notice between between different Ant 2 versions.
  -
  -                        </li>
  -                    </ul>
  -                    <p>
  -                      These classes are loaded from all the jars present in the
  -                        <code>$ANT_HOME/lib</code>
  -                      directory.
  -
  -                    </p>
  -                </li>
  -                <li>
  -                  The
  -                    <strong>Container</strong> ClassLoader contains all the classes and resources
  -                  that are part of the actual implementation of the Container. These classes are not
  -                  directly accessible to any Ant library or task. Some of the classes are indirectly
  -                  accessible to tasks and other elements defined in the ant libraries as they implement
  -                  interfaces defined in the
  -                    <strong>Common</strong> ClassLoader. The classes that are
  -                  stored in jars in the
  -                    <code>$ANT_HOME/bin/lib/</code> directory.
  -
  -                </li>
  -                <li>
  -                  The
  -                    <strong>Shared</strong> ClassLoader contains all the classes and resources
  -                  that are shared across all of the ant libraries (unless they are als needed by the
  -                  container in which case they should be placed int the
  -                    <strong>Container</strong>
  -                  ClassLoader). This ClassLoader is populated by all the jars that are contained in
  -                  the
  -                    <code>$ANT_HOME/shared/</code> directory.
  -
  -                </li>
  -                <li>
  -                  The
  -                    <strong>AntLib</strong> ClassLoaders each contain the classes and resources
  -                  that required by that particular library. Note that in some cases a single Ant
  -                  Library will manifest as a single ClassLoader containing a single jar. However
  -                  in some cases it is possible for one Ant Library to have multiple jars in its
  -                  ClassLoader or even have multiple ClassLoaders. See XXXX for further details.
  -
  -                </li>
  +                                <ul
  +        >                    $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <li
  +        >                    $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <strong
  +        >      Bootstrap
  +  </strong>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +            </li>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <li
  +        >                    $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <strong
  +        >      System
  +  </strong>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <code
  +        >      $ANT_HOME/bin/ant-launcher.jar
  +  </code>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +            </li>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <li
  +        >                    $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <strong
  +        >      Common
  +  </strong>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <ul
  +        >                    $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <li
  +        >                    $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <em
  +        >      Task API
  +  </em>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +            </li>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <li
  +        >                    $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <em
  +        >      Container API
  +  </em>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <strong
  +        >      NOTE
  +  </strong>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +            </li>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +            </ul>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <p
  +        >                    $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <code
  +        >      $ANT_HOME/lib
  +  </code>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +            </p>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +            </li>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <li
  +        >                    $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <strong
  +        >      Container
  +  </strong>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <strong
  +        >      Common
  +  </strong>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <code
  +        >      $ANT_HOME/bin/lib/
  +  </code>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +            </li>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <li
  +        >                    $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <strong
  +        >      Shared
  +  </strong>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <strong
  +        >      Container
  +  </strong>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <code
  +        >      $ANT_HOME/shared/
  +  </code>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +            </li>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <li
  +        >                    $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <strong
  +        >      AntLib
  +  </strong>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +            </li>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
               </ul>
  -            </div>
  +              </div>
                 </div></div></td>
           </tr>
         </table>
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  Index: configuring.html
  ===================================================================
  RCS file: /home/cvs/jakarta-ant-myrmidon/site/docs/configuring.html,v
  retrieving revision 1.6
  retrieving revision 1.7
  diff -u -r1.6 -r1.7
  --- configuring.html	6 Jun 2002 12:54:28 -0000	1.6
  +++ configuring.html	13 Jun 2002 08:14:39 -0000	1.7
  @@ -1,9 +1,6 @@
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  -<!-- Content Stylesheet for Site -->
  -
  -    
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       <head>
         <style type="text/css">
  @@ -91,197 +88,297 @@
             <td><div id="bodycol"><div class="app">
           <div class="h3">
               <h3><a name="Introduction">Introduction</a></h3>
  -                  <p>This section will describe in detail the mechanism via which tasks are
  +                        <p
  +        >      This section will describe in detail the mechanism via which tasks are
               configured. Configuration is the name given to the stage in tasks
               lifecycle via which the XML representation is mapped onto the task 
  -            object.</p>
  -            </div>
  +            object.
  +  </p>
  +              </div>
           <div class="h3">
               <h3><a name="Names">Names</a></h3>
  -                  <p>When mapping the XML representation on to the task object you
  +                        <p
  +        >      When mapping the XML representation on to the task object you
               need to be able map the names as they appear in the XML to the 
  -            names as they appear in the Java code. The process is for generating
  -            a java name from the xml name is as follows.</p>
  -                        <ol>
  -              <li>Capitalize the first character of name.</li>
  -              <li>Find any '-' characters in XML name and remove character and
  +            names as they appear in the Java code. The process for generating
  +            a java name from the xml name is as follows.
  +  </p>
  +                                <ol
  +        >                    $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <li
  +        >      Capitalize the first character of name.
  +  </li>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <li
  +        >      Find any '-' characters in XML name and remove character and
                 capitalize the following letter. (And there must be a following 
  -              letter)</li>
  +              letter)
  +  </li>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
               </ol>
  -                        <p>Some example mappings;</p>
  -                          <div id="source">
  -    <pre>
  -my-name    ===&gt;   MyName
  +                                <p
  +        >      Some example mappings;
  +  </p>
  +                                  <div id="source">
  +    <pre>my-name    ===&gt;   MyName
   aString    ===&gt;   AString
   Basedir    ===&gt;   Basedir
   baseDir    ===&gt;   BaseDir
   url        ===&gt;   Url</pre>
     </div>
  -                        <p>Note that the above transformation is lossy and as such the 
  +                                <p
  +        >      Note that the above transformation is lossy and as such the 
               following XML names all map to the same Java name. The ant1.x mapping 
  -            is similarly lossy and in practice this has not been an issue.</p>
  -                          <div id="source">
  -    <pre>
  -base-dir   ===&gt;   BaseDir
  +            is similarly lossy and in practice this has not been an issue.
  +  </p>
  +                                  <div id="source">
  +    <pre>base-dir   ===&gt;   BaseDir
   Base-dir   ===&gt;   BaseDir
   baseDir    ===&gt;   BaseDir
   BaseDir    ===&gt;   BaseDir</pre>
     </div>
  -                        <p><i>NOTE: We should really resolve this and either disallow '-' characters 
  -            or disallow uppercase or something. (PD)</i></p>
  -            </div>
  +                                <p
  +        >                          <i
  +        >      NOTE: We should really resolve this and either disallow '-' characters 
  +            or disallow uppercase or something. (PD)
  +  </i>
  +              </p>
  +              </div>
           <div class="h3">
               <h3><a name="Resolving Values">Resolving Values</a></h3>
  -                  <p>The first stage of mapping the XML representation to the task
  +                        <p
  +        >      The first stage of mapping the XML representation to the task
               is resolving all text data. The text data that needs to be resolved 
  -            include the values of attributes and the content.</p>
  -                        <p>Resolution consists of expanding any property references in the text
  +            include the values of attributes and the content.
  +  </p>
  +                                <p
  +        >      Resolution consists of expanding any property references in the text
               data. Property references are identified as starting with the token 
               "${" and finishing with another "}" token. The text 
               in between is the name of a property. The value of the property replaces
               the sequence of text starting with the "${" token and finishing 
  -            with the "}" token.</p>
  -                        <p>Note that the value of the property may not be a string. If the text data
  -            contains text (or other property references) to either side of the property
  -            reference then it must be <a href="converter.html">converted</a> to a 
  -            String.</p>
  -            </div>
  +            with the "}" token.
  +  </p>
  +                                <p
  +        >                    $escape.getText( $child )
  +                                    <a href="converter.html">converted</a>
  +                            $escape.getText( $child )
  +            </p>
  +              </div>
           <div class="h3">
               <h3><a name="Modeller">Modeller</a></h3>
  -                  <p>Currently the representation of object are stored in a hierarchial 
  -            tree of <code>org.apache.myrmidon.api.metadata.ModelElement</code>
  -            objects. Each ModelElement has a number of attributes and can have
  -            either content or sub-elements.</p>
  -                        <p>In most cases it is the responsibility of the runtime to map 
  -            the ModelElement onto an object. However in some cases it may be useful 
  -            for the object to get access to it's own model and for it to explicitly
  -            manage it's own configuration. In this case the object should implement
  -            the <code>org.apache.myrmidon.api.metadata.Modeller</code> interface
  -            which will provide the mechanism for the object to receive its own 
  -            representation and configure itself.</p>
  -                        <p>Note that the Modeller mechanism should be avoided if possible
  -            as it adds considerable complexity to the implementing object.</p>
  -            </div>
  +                        <p
  +        >                    $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <code
  +        >      org.apache.myrmidon.api.metadata.ModelElement
  +  </code>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +            </p>
  +                                <p
  +        >                    $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <code
  +        >      org.apache.myrmidon.api.metadata.Modeller
  +  </code>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +            </p>
  +                                <p
  +        >      Note that the Modeller mechanism should be avoided if possible
  +            as it adds considerable complexity to the implementing object.
  +  </p>
  +              </div>
           <div class="h3">
               <h3><a name="Attributes">Attributes</a></h3>
  -                  <p>To map an XML attribute on to a Java object, the name of the 
  +                        <p
  +        >      To map an XML attribute on to a Java object, the name of the 
               attribute is mapped to a java name and prefixed with the string
               "set". The resulting string is then used to look up a 
  -            method with a single parameter.</p>
  -                        <p>For example, for the attribute "world" would result
  +            method with a single parameter.
  +  </p>
  +                                <p
  +        >      For example, for the attribute "world" would result
               in a lookup of a method named "setWorld" with a single
  -            parameter.</p>
  -                        <p>If multiple methods were matched during the lookup then an 
  -            exception is thrown indicating ambiguity. Theres is an exception
  -            to this rule that allows 2 methods to be matched if one of the 
  -            methods takes a <code>java.lang.String</code> parameter. The method
  -            that has the <code>java.lang.String</code> parameter is ignored and 
  -            the other method would be chosen. This exception is allowed as it is 
  -            common practice for a task to evolve from String parameters to more 
  -            strongly typed parameters.</p>
  -                        <p>The resolved text data of the attribute must be 
  -            <a href="converter.html">converted</a> to the type of the matched 
  -            methods parameter. For example, if the "setWorld" method
  -            took a parameter of type <code>java.io.File</code> then the resolved
  -            text data must be converted into a <code>java.io.File</code>. The
  -            conversion is done by the Converter architecture that is more fully 
  -            described in the <a href="converter.html">Converter HOWTO</a>.</p>
  -                        <p>After the value is converted to the correct type the method is 
  -            invoked with the converted value.</p>
  -            </div>
  +            parameter.
  +  </p>
  +                                <p
  +        >                    $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <code
  +        >      java.lang.String
  +  </code>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <code
  +        >      java.lang.String
  +  </code>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +            </p>
  +                                <p
  +        >                    $escape.getText( $child )
  +                                    <a href="converter.html">converted</a>
  +                            $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <code
  +        >      java.io.File
  +  </code>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <code
  +        >      java.io.File
  +  </code>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                                    <a href="converter.html">Converter HOWTO</a>
  +                            $escape.getText( $child )
  +            </p>
  +                                <p
  +        >      After the value is converted to the correct type the method is 
  +            invoked with the converted value.
  +  </p>
  +              </div>
           <div class="h3">
               <h3><a name="Content">Content</a></h3>
  -                  <p>The XML representation of object can have either have nested
  -            elements or nested text (content) but not both. To add the content
  -            to an object a method named "content" with one parameter is looked 
  -            up. The resolved text data for content is then 
  -            <a href="converter.html">converted</a> to the type of the parameter
  -            and passed in via the method.</p>
  -            </div>
  +                        <p
  +        >                    $escape.getText( $child )
  +                                    <a href="converter.html">converted</a>
  +                            $escape.getText( $child )
  +            </p>
  +              </div>
           <div class="h3">
               <h3><a name="Element">Element</a></h3>
  -                  <p>Mapping an ModelElement onto a java object is a series of steps.
  -            If the ModelElement name ends with the string "-ref" then 
  -            it is treated as a reference element - see the <em>Referrenced 
  -            Elements</em> section. Otherwise, the element is first attempted to 
  -            be mapped as a <em>Named Element</em> and if no match is found via 
  -            that method it tries to treat the element as a <em>Typed Element</em>.</p>
  -                          <div class="h4">
  +                        <p
  +        >                    $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <em
  +        >      Referrenced 
  +            Elements
  +  </em>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <em
  +        >      Named Element
  +  </em>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <em
  +        >      Typed Element
  +  </em>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +            </p>
  +                            <div class="h4">
               <h4><a name="Named Elements">Named Elements</a></h4>
  -                  <p>To map a named ModelElement on to a Java object, the name of 
  +                <p
  +        >      To map a named ModelElement on to a Java object, the name of 
               the element is mapped to a java name and prefixed with the string
               "add". The resulting string is then used to look up a 
  -            method with a single parameter.</p>
  -                        <p>For example, for the attribute "geometry" would result
  +            method with a single parameter.
  +  </p>
  +                  <p
  +        >      For example, for the attribute "geometry" would result
               in a lookup of a method named "addGeometry" with a single
               parameter. If multiple methods were matched during the lookup then an 
               exception is thrown indicating ambiguity. If no methods were found that
  -            match name then skip down to configuring "typed" elements.</p>
  -                        <p>The type of the methods single parameter is then examined to determine
  +            match name then skip down to configuring "typed" elements.
  +  </p>
  +                  <p
  +        >      The type of the methods single parameter is then examined to determine
               what happens next. There are two valid situations, if neither of these are 
  -            satisfied, then an exception is thrown.</p>
  -                        <ul>
  -              <li>The parameters type is <code>org.apache.myrmidon.api.metadata.ModelElement</code></li>
  -              <li>The parameters type is a concrete class</li>
  +            satisfied, then an exception is thrown.
  +  </p>
  +                  <ul
  +        >                    $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <li
  +        >                    $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <code
  +        >      org.apache.myrmidon.api.metadata.ModelElement
  +  </code>
  +              </li>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <li
  +        >      The parameters type is a concrete class
  +  </li>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
               </ul>
  -                        <p>1. If the parameter has a type of <code>org.apache.myrmidon.api.metadata.ModelElement</code>
  -            then the un-modified model representation of element is passed to object by invoking
  -            the adder method.</p>
  -                        <p>2. If the parameters type is concrete then an instance of the parameter is 
  +                  <p
  +        >                    $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <code
  +        >      org.apache.myrmidon.api.metadata.ModelElement
  +  </code>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +            </p>
  +                  <p
  +        >      2. If the parameters type is concrete then an instance of the parameter is 
               instantiated using the default constructor. This created object is then configured 
               in the same manner as task using the elements representation as the model. After
  -            the object is configured it is passed into object by invoking the adder method.</p>
  -            </div>
  +            the object is configured it is passed into object by invoking the adder method.
  +  </p>
  +        </div>
                             <div class="h4">
               <h4><a name="Referrenced Elements">Referrenced Elements</a></h4>
  -                  <p>A referenced element is one that has a name ending in 
  +                <p
  +        >      A referenced element is one that has a name ending in 
               "-ref" and has a single attribute "name"
  -            and no content or child elements.</p>
  -                        <p>The value of the "name" attribute is the name of a property. 
  -            The value of this property is retrieved from the TaskContext.</p>
  -                        <p>Like with <em>Named Elements</em> the name of the element (minus
  -            the "-ref" part) is mapped to a java name and prefixed with the string
  -            "add". The resulting string is then used to look up a 
  -            method with a single parameter. If multiple methods were matched during the lookup then an 
  -            exception is thrown indicating ambiguity.</p>
  -                        <p>The value retrieved from the TaskContext is then converted to the type 
  -            of the methods parameter and the add method is invoked with the converted value.</p>
  -                        <p>An example usage is the following;</p>
  -                          <div id="source">
  -    <pre>
  -
  -            &lt;my-task ...&gt;
  +            and no content or child elements.
  +  </p>
  +                  <p
  +        >      The value of the "name" attribute is the name of a property. 
  +            The value of this property is retrieved from the TaskContext.
  +  </p>
  +                  <p
  +        >                    $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <em
  +        >      Named Elements
  +  </em>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +            </p>
  +                  <p
  +        >      The value retrieved from the TaskContext is then converted to the type 
  +            of the methods parameter and the add method is invoked with the converted value.
  +  </p>
  +                  <p
  +        >      An example usage is the following;
  +  </p>
  +                    <div id="source">
  +    <pre>&lt;my-task ...&gt;
                 &lt;classpath-ref name=&quot;project.class.path&quot;/&gt;
  -            &lt;/my-task&gt;
  -
  -</pre>
  +            &lt;/my-task&gt;</pre>
     </div>
  -            </div>
  +        </div>
                             <div class="h4">
               <h4><a name="Typed Elements">Typed Elements</a></h4>
  -                  <p>"Typed" elements can also be added to an object. A typed element 
  +                <p
  +        >      "Typed" elements can also be added to an object. A typed element 
               is one in which the name of the element actually refers to a type rather than the 
  -            name of the adder to call.</p>
  -                        <p>For example, you may wish to allow a task to add arbitrary instances of the 
  -            Condition role to a task. So instead of adding methods such as 
  -            <code>addAnd(AndCondition)</code>, <code>addOr(OrCondition)</code> and
  -            <code>addXor(XorCondition)</code> you can instead add a single method 
  -            <code>add(Condition)</code>. This vastly simplifies the amount of work required
  -            to write tasks that take conditions. More importantly it allows end-users to 
  -            extend the number of elements selected by task. For instance if the user wanted
  -            a "nand" condition they could write the Nand type use it in their build
  -            file. For a discussion on roles and types see the <a href="types.html">Types
  -            HOWTO</a>.</p>
  -                        <p>To use a Typed adder there must be a single method named "add" that
  -            has a single parameter. The parameter <em>MUST</em> be an abstract interface and
  -            must be registered as a role. The name of the element is then used to lookup the
  -            a type in the TypeManager with a role matching the interface name.</p>
  -                        <p>For example if an element named "nand" was added to an object that had 
  -            an adder with the signature <code>void add( Condition condition )</code> then 
  -            the type named "nand" in the role "Condition" would be looked up.
  -            An instance of the type would then be created using the default constructor and the
  -            created object would be configured and then adder to object using adder.</p>
  -            </div>
  +            name of the adder to call.
  +  </p>
  +                  <p
  +        >                    $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <code
  +        >      addAnd(AndCondition)
  +  </code>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <code
  +        >      addOr(OrCondition)
  +  </code>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <code
  +        >      addXor(XorCondition)
  +  </code>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <code
  +        >      add(Condition)
  +  </code>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                                    <a href="types.html">Types
  +            HOWTO</a>
  +                            $escape.getText( $child )
  +            </p>
  +                  <p
  +        >                    $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <em
  +        >      MUST
  +  </em>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +            </p>
  +                  <p
  +        >                    $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <code
  +        >      void add( Condition condition )
  +  </code>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +            </p>
  +        </div>
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  -                  <p>Some of the differences between Ant 1.x and Myrmidon:</p>
  -                        <ul>
  -                <li>
  +                        <p
  +        >      Some of the differences between Ant 1.x and Myrmidon:
  +  </p>
  +                                <ul
  +        >                    $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <li
  +        >      
                   Dependencies on targets in other build files are now
                   possible. The user first places a
                   &lt;projectref name="other" location="other/build.xml"/&gt;
  @@ -104,8 +105,11 @@
                   "other/build.xml" as a dependency. Note that this differs from
                   antcall/ant as they are treated like a dependency and thus can
                   not be re-evaluated in same workspace.
  -                </li>
  -                <li>
  +                
  +  </li>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <li
  +        >      
                   As well as the depends attribute of the Target there is
                   a new &lt;depends&gt; task that allows you to evaluate
                   dependencies inside a target just like executing a normal
  @@ -115,47 +119,95 @@
                   they were not evaluated multiple times. This was difficult and
                   error prone. Building it into the tool helps directly supports
                   this usecase.
  -                </li>
  -                <li>
  +                
  +  </li>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <li
  +        >      
                   if and unless attributes have been removed from targets.
                   These attributes have been replaced with an &lt;if&gt;
                   task. This change was made as previously users had been
                   confused by the fact that dependencies are always executed
                   before the if or unless were evaluated.
  -                </li>
  -                <li>
  -                Groups of tasks can be assembled into self-describing
  -                    <i>antlib</i> task libraries.  This makes it very easy to
  -                distribute and install tasks and data-types.
  -                </li>
  -                <li> A project can import other projects, and reference their targets. </li>
  -                <li>Properties and data type references now share the same namespace.</li>
  -                <li>
  -                Changes to task and data-type API:
  -                    <ul>
  -                        <li>An interface based API, through which a task interacts with the
  -                        task engine, and the services it provides.</li>
  -                        <li>A well-defined object lifecycle.</li>
  -                        <li>Polymorphic types are supported when objects are configured.</li>
  -                        <li>Reference handling is handled automatically when objects are configured.</li>
  -                    </ul>
  -                </li>
  -                <li>A set of well-defined services and APIs have been introduced, to allow
  -                tasks to do their work without depending on other tasks:
  -                    <ul>
  -                        <li>Execute external commands.</li>
  -                        <li>Execute other tasks.</li>
  -                        <li>Manage ClassLoaders and Class-paths.</li>
  -                        <li>Virtual file system (in progress).</li>
  -                        <li>Execute Java applications (in progress).</li>
  -                        <li>...</li>
  -                    </ul>
  -                </li>
  +                
  +  </li>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <li
  +        >                    $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <i
  +        >      antlib
  +  </i>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +            </li>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <li
  +        >      Properties and data type references now share the same namespace.
  +  </li>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <li
  +        >                    $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <ul
  +        >                    $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <li
  +        >      An interface based API, through which a task interacts with the
  +                        task engine, and the services it provides.
  +  </li>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <li
  +        >      A well-defined object lifecycle.
  +  </li>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <li
  +        >      Polymorphic types are supported when objects are configured.
  +  </li>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <li
  +        >      Reference handling is handled automatically when objects are configured.
  +  </li>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +            </ul>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +            </li>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <li
  +        >                    $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <ul
  +        >                    $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <li
  +        >      Execute external commands.
  +  </li>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <li
  +        >      Execute other tasks.
  +  </li>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <li
  +        >      Manage ClassLoaders and Class-paths.
  +  </li>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <li
  +        >      Virtual file system (in progress).
  +  </li>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <li
  +        >      Execute Java applications (in progress).
  +  </li>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <li
  +        >      ...
  +  </li>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +            </ul>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +            </li>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
               </ul>
  -                        <p>There are plenty more features planned.  You can read about them
  -                <a href="todo.html">here</a>.
  +                                <p
  +        >                    $escape.getText( $child )
  +                                    <a href="todo.html">here</a>
  +                            $escape.getText( $child )
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  -                  <p>There are plenty of things you can do to help out with Myrmidon.  The
  -            <a href="todo.html">Todo list </a> describes items which still need to
  -            be done.  Of course, since this is an open-source project, there's
  -            plenty of scope for experimentation, and you can pretty much make up
  -            your own items to work on.</p>
  -                        <p>Some things that are worth reading if you do want to get involved:</p>
  -                        <ul>
  -                <li>The <a href="http://jakarta.apache.org/ant/ant2/">Ant 2</a> goals and requirements.</li>
  -                <li>The <a href="http://jakarta.apache.org/ant/ant2/actionlist.html">Ant 1.9 Action List</a>.</li>
  -                <li>The Jakarta Project's <a href="http://jakarta.apache.org/site/getinvolved.html">Get Involved</a> page.</li>
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  +  </p>
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  -                        <p>There is no Ant 2 or Myrmidon mailing list yet, so direct any questions
  -            or comments you have to the ant-dev mailing list.</p>
  -            </div>
  +                                <p
  +        >      There is no Ant 2 or Myrmidon mailing list yet, so direct any questions
  +            or comments you have to the ant-dev mailing list.
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               <h3><a name="What is Ant?">What is Ant?</a></h3>
  -                  <p>Ant is a cross-platform build tool that features ease of
  -            use and extensibility as it's primary goal.</p>
  -                        <p>Why another build tool when there is already make, gnumake,
  +                        <p
  +        >      Ant is a cross-platform build tool that features ease of
  +            use and extensibility as it's primary goal.
  +  </p>
  +                                <p
  +        >      Why another build tool when there is already make, gnumake,
               nmake, jam, and others? Make-like tools are inherently shell-based;
               they execute native commands and shell scripts to perform the work
               associated with the build process. So to extend the the tool by
               writing a program or script executable by the OS you are on. This
  -            makes it difficult to achieve portability between platforms.</p>
  -                        <p>Ant is a different beast. Instead of using OS-specific commands
  +            makes it difficult to achieve portability between platforms.
  +  </p>
  +                                <p
  +        >      Ant is a different beast. Instead of using OS-specific commands
               to extend the build process, you leverage the cross-platform features
               of Java to write "tasks". This makes it much easier to achieve
               a portal build process between platforms. Ant also differs in that it uses
  -            XML to describe the build process.</p>
  -            </div>
  +            XML to describe the build process.
  +  </p>
  +              </div>
           <div class="h3">
               <h3><a name="What is Myrmidon?">What is Myrmidon?</a></h3>
  -                  <p>Myrmidon is a proposal for Ant 2. Ant 2 is the next evolution of the
  +                        <p
  +        >      Myrmidon is a proposal for Ant 2. Ant 2 is the next evolution of the
               Ant build tool aimed at removing many of the limitations of the Ant 1.x
  -            product. In particular it aims to;</p>
  -                        <ul>
  -                <li>Remove ambiguities and points of confusion for build file
  -                writers.</li>
  -                <li>Ease deployment and management of 3rd party tasks and
  -                dependencies.</li>
  -                <li>Simplify development of tasks by task-writers.</li>
  -                <li>Enable ad-hoc "tasks" to be written inside build file,
  +            product. In particular it aims to;
  +  </p>
  +                                <ul
  +        >                    $escape.getText( $child )
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  +        >      Remove ambiguities and points of confusion for build file
  +                writers.
  +  </li>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <li
  +        >      Ease deployment and management of 3rd party tasks and
  +                dependencies.
  +  </li>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <li
  +        >      Simplify development of tasks by task-writers.
  +  </li>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <li
  +        >      Enable ad-hoc "tasks" to be written inside build file,
                   probably using well known scripting languages such as python and
  -                javascript. (Possible in Ant 1.x but prohibitively difficult).</li>
  -                <li>Integrate templating technologies such as XSLT, velocity etc
  -                to enable development of reusable build file elements.</li>
  +                javascript. (Possible in Ant 1.x but prohibitively difficult).
  +  </li>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
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  +        >      Integrate templating technologies such as XSLT, velocity etc
  +                to enable development of reusable build file elements.
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  -                        <p> You can read more about the goals of Ant 2
  -                <a href="http://jakarta.apache.org/ant/ant2/">here</a>.
  +                                <p
  +        >                    $escape.getText( $child )
  +                                    <a href="http://jakarta.apache.org/ant/ant2/">here</a>
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  -                        <p>Myrmidon was specifically designed as both a tool and as
  +                                <p
  +        >      Myrmidon was specifically designed as both a tool and as
               an API library that can be reused in other products. It contains the
               basic building blocks for assembling any sort of task-based tool. Ant 2
               is an example of such a tool, which could be assembled using the Myrmidon
               task container, and a library of build related tasks. In the future expect
               to see Testing frameworks, Job Schedulers (ie Cron managers), shells
  -            and install tools based on the Myrmidon base.</p>
  -            </div>
  +            and install tools based on the Myrmidon base.
  +  </p>
  +              </div>
           <div class="h3">
               <h3><a name="A Rose by any other name ...">A Rose by any other name ...</a></h3>
  -                  <p>
  -              The name Myrmidon is a derivation of a mythological name for some ants that were turned
  -              into soldiers by the god Zeus. It came to mean "a subordinate who executes orders
  -              unquestioningly" which seemed suitable for a task execution/build tool. A more complete
  -              description stolen from
  -                <a href="http://bondi-blue.parlez.com/previous_words/myrmidon.txt">
  -                                            http://bondi-blue.parlez.com/previous_words/myrmidon.txt</a>.
  +                        <p
  +        >                    $escape.getText( $child )
  +                                    <a href="http://bondi-blue.parlez.com/previous_words/myrmidon.txt">
  +                                            http://bondi-blue.parlez.com/previous_words/myrmidon.txt</a>
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  -                <i>The appellation Myrmidon was derived from the Greek word "myrmex",
  +                                <quote
  +        >                    $escape.getText( $child )
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  +        >      The appellation Myrmidon was derived from the Greek word "myrmex",
                   meaning ant.  According to Greek mythology, the Myrmidons were
                   transformed into humans by the god Zeus as an act of kindness to his
                   son Aeacus.  King Aeacus, captivated by a colony of ants, prayed
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                   were his human subjects.  Thereafter, they were known as the
                   Myrmidons.  See "The Iliad" for Homers' account of the Myrmidons
  -                during the Trojan War.</i>
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  -                  <p>Long ago there was identified the need for libraries that contain
  +                        <p
  +        >      Long ago there was identified the need for libraries that contain
               tasks and other elements present in the build file. This document
               attempts to describe the mechanism via which these libraries will be
               defined and used in Ant 2. The libraries (also referred to as
  -            deployments) will be termed antlibs.</p>
  -                        <p>Ant libraries can be packaged and signed into a ANt Type Library
  -            format (.atl) using the standard Java Archive tools. (For details on
  -            the .jar file format see the
  -
  -                <a href="http://java.sun.com/j2se/1.3/docs/guide/jar/index.html">
  -                           Jar Specification</a>.
  +            deployments) will be termed antlibs.
  +  </p>
  +                                <p
  +        >                    $escape.getText( $child )
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  +                           Jar Specification</a>
  +                            $escape.getText( $child )
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  -                        <p>When packaged into such a form the META-INF/ directory contains
  -            ant specific descriptors in addition to the standard Jar manifest
  -            and other descriptor files. The archive will also contain the
  -
  -                <code>.class</code> files for all the tasks and other types the
  -            library defines. It may also contain additional resources that can
  -            be referenced in the build file (an example being DTDs).
  +                                <p
  +        >                    $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <code
  +        >      .class
  +  </code>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
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  -                        <p>The library may also need access to other libraries or resources
  -            to perform its job. For instance, if the task loaded an XML document
  -            and then processed said document using the
  -                <em>Trax API</em> then
  -            the Ant library needs to have access to the
  -                <em>Trax API</em> and an
  -            implementation of the API. The Antlib mechanism thus uses the standard
  -            "Optional Package" Specification to declare dependencies on other
  -            libraries.
  +                                <p
  +        >                    $escape.getText( $child )
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  +        >      Trax API
  +  </em>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <em
  +        >      Trax API
  +  </em>
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  -                        <p>The libraries will usually be installed in standard locations that
  +                                <p
  +        >      The libraries will usually be installed in standard locations that
               make it possible for the Ant container to automatically locate and scan
               the libraries. It will also be possible for the users to specify
               additional search locations or even the specific location of ant
  -            libraries.</p>
  -                        <p>The following sections will describe each of these different facets
  -            in greater detail.</p>
  -                          <div class="h4">
  +            libraries.
  +  </p>
  +                                <p
  +        >      The following sections will describe each of these different facets
  +            in greater detail.
  +  </p>
  +                            <div class="h4">
               <h4><a name="Descriptors">Descriptors</a></h4>
  -                  <p>FIXME: Import this part from other doco</p>
  -            </div>
  +                <p
  +        >      FIXME: Import this part from other doco
  +  </p>
  +        </div>
                             <div class="h4">
               <h4><a name="Class and Resource Files">Class and Resource Files</a></h4>
  -                  <p>The class and resources files should be stored as in standard jars. The
  -                root directory being the base via which code and resources are loaded. So
  -                the
  -                    <code>.class</code> file for the Java class
  -                    <code>com.biz.tasks.Mytask</code>
  -                would be stored in
  -                    <code>/com/biz/tasks/Mytask.class</code>
  -                </p>
  -            </div>
  +                <p
  +        >                    $escape.getText( $child )
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  +        >      .class
  +  </code>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <code
  +        >      com.biz.tasks.Mytask
  +  </code>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
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  +        >      /com/biz/tasks/Mytask.class
  +  </code>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +            </p>
  +        </div>
                             <div class="h4">
               <h4><a name="Dependencies">Dependencies</a></h4>
  -                  <p>It is often the case that a library will need external resources. The
  +                <p
  +        >      It is often the case that a library will need external resources. The
                   example given above described dependence on an external XML library. The
                   ant library thus needs a mechanism via which to declare dependencies on
  -                external libraries.</p>
  -                        <p>Ant 2 uses the "Optional Package" mechanism. Prior to JDK1.3, an "Optional
  -                Package" was known as an
  -                    <em>Extension</em>. The specification for this
  -                mechanism is available in the JDK1.3 documentation in the directory
  -
  -                    <code>$JDK_HOME/docs/guide/extensions/versioning.html</code>. Alternatively
  -                it is available online at
  -
  -                    <a href="http://java.sun.com/j2se/1.3/docs/guide/extensions/versioning.html">
  -                                   http://java.sun.com/j2se/1.3/docs/guide/extensions/versioning.html</a>.
  -                </p>
  -                        <p>This mechanism was adopted as it is an established standard. The standard
  -                is also begining to be adopted by other specifications such as the
  -                    <em>Servlet
  -                                   2.3 API</em>. Thus we are likely to see an increase of jars using this mechanism
  -                to specify dependencies.
  -                </p>
  -                        <p>The "Optional Package" mechanism allows jars to specify dependencies on other
  +                external libraries.
  +  </p>
  +                  <p
  +        >                    $escape.getText( $child )
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  +        >      Extension
  +  </em>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
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  +        >      $JDK_HOME/docs/guide/extensions/versioning.html
  +  </code>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
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  +                                   http://java.sun.com/j2se/1.3/docs/guide/extensions/versioning.html</a>
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  +                  <p
  +        >                    $escape.getText( $child )
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  +        >      Servlet
  +                                   2.3 API
  +  </em>
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  +                  <p
  +        >      The "Optional Package" mechanism allows jars to specify dependencies on other
                   jars that implement a particular specification at particular version levels. For
                   example you could specify a dependency on the Trax 1.1 API by adding the following
  -                to the manifest of your jar.</p>
  -                          <div id="source">
  -    <pre>
  -Extension-List: trax
  +                to the manifest of your jar.
  +  </p>
  +                    <div id="source">
  +    <pre>Extension-List: trax
   trax-Extension-Name: Java API for XML Parsing
  -trax-Specification-Version: 1.1
  -                </pre>
  +trax-Specification-Version: 1.1</pre>
     </div>
  -                        <p>In some cases you may also wish to specify a dependency on a specific vendors
  +                  <p
  +        >      In some cases you may also wish to specify a dependency on a specific vendors
                   implementation. For instance you may need to use xalan due to it implementing a
  -                particular extension you need. In that case you manifest may contain;</p>
  -                          <div id="source">
  -    <pre>
  -Extension-List: trax
  +                particular extension you need. In that case you manifest may contain;
  +  </p>
  +                    <div id="source">
  +    <pre>Extension-List: trax
   trax-Extension-Name: Java API for XML Parsing
   trax-Specification-Version: 1.1
   trax-Implementation-Title: org.apache.xalan.xslt
   trax-Implementation-Version: 2.1.0
  -trax-Implementation-Vendor: Apache Software Foundation
  -                </pre>
  +trax-Implementation-Vendor: Apache Software Foundation</pre>
     </div>
  -                        <p>In many cases there will be no distinction between the specification and
  +                  <p
  +        >      In many cases there will be no distinction between the specification and
                   the implementation of a library. For instance the Velocity project only has
                   one implementation and one specification. In which case it is sufficient to
                   just declare a dependency on the Velocity "Specification". A library that uses
  -                both the Trax API and the Velocity project may look like;</p>
  -                          <div id="source">
  -    <pre>
  -Extension-List: trax velocity
  +                both the Trax API and the Velocity project may look like;
  +  </p>
  +                    <div id="source">
  +    <pre>Extension-List: trax velocity
   velocity-Extension-Name: org.apache.velocity
   velocity-Specification-Version: 1.0
   trax-Extension-Name: Java API for XML Parsing
   trax-Specification-Version: 1.1
   trax-Implementation-Title: org.apache.xalan.xslt
   trax-Implementation-Version: 2.1.0
  -trax-Implementation-Vendor: Apache Software Foundation
  -                </pre>
  +trax-Implementation-Vendor: Apache Software Foundation</pre>
     </div>
  -                        <p>To make other jars available to Ant libraries as "Optional Packages"
  +                  <p
  +        >      To make other jars available to Ant libraries as "Optional Packages"
                   or Extensions then you need to add a few lines to the manifest of the
  -                other jar. The minimal manifest is the following;</p>
  -                          <div id="source">
  -    <pre>
  -Extension-Name: org.realityforge.dve
  +                other jar. The minimal manifest is the following;
  +  </p>
  +                    <div id="source">
  +    <pre>Extension-Name: org.realityforge.dve
   Specification-Vendor: Peter Donald
  -Specification-Version: 1.0
  -                </pre>
  +Specification-Version: 1.0</pre>
     </div>
  -                        <p>It is important to note that looking for dependencies is recursive. For example,
  +                  <p
  +        >      It is important to note that looking for dependencies is recursive. For example,
                   if the ant library depends upon jar A and and A depends on B then both A and B will
  -                need to be loaded by the container.</p>
  -            </div>
  +                need to be loaded by the container.
  +  </p>
  +        </div>
                             <div class="h4">
               <h4><a name="Implementation Notes">Implementation Notes</a></h4>
  -                  <p>So far there has been no mention of implementation strategies for
  +                <p
  +        >      So far there has been no mention of implementation strategies for
                   managing ClassLoaders and other details about where the "Optional Packages"
                   are stored. This section will outline such details but they could change
                   in the future. The above specification will still be accurate but the approach
  -                to implementing specification will be different.</p>
  -                        <p>In the current architecture all of the "Optional Packages" are assumed to
  -                be stored in the
  -                    <code>$ANT_HOME/ext</code> directory. The runtime will scan
  -                this directory for jars and add all the "optional Packages" found into a
  -                registry. This registry will be used by the library loading mechanism to locate
  -                all the "Optional Packages". The user is able to specify an alternative directory
  -                or add a new directory to search on the commandline.
  -                </p>
  -                        <p>When the container attempts to load an ant library it will also try to load
  +                to implementing specification will be different.
  +  </p>
  +                  <p
  +        >                    $escape.getText( $child )
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  +        >      $ANT_HOME/ext
  +  </code>
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  +                  <p
  +        >      When the container attempts to load an ant library it will also try to load
                   any needed dependencies. First it will check the parent ClassLoaders to see if any
                   of them contain the required dependencies. If not then it will search the
                   "Optional Packages" registry. If the dependency is not found then a error will be
                   signaled. If the dependency is found in the "Optional Packages" registry then it is
  -                loaded by the same ClassLoader that is used to load the Ant library.</p>
  -            </div>
  +                loaded by the same ClassLoader that is used to load the Ant library.
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               <h3><a name="Project Descriptor">Project Descriptor</a></h3>
  -                  <p>Each Myrmidon sub-project has a project descriptor associated with it.
  +                        <p
  +        >      Each Myrmidon sub-project has a project descriptor associated with it.
               This is an xml file that provides meta-information about the project,
               such as the name of the project, its current version, where the
               source can be found, and so on.  The descriptor is used to generate
               the project's build file.
  -        </p>
  -                        <p>The root element of the project descriptor must be a
  -            <code>&lt;project&gt;</code> element.  The <code>&lt;project&gt;</code>
  -            element may contain the following elements:
  -        </p>
  -                          <table cellpadding="3" cellspacing="2" border="1" width="100%">
  +        
  +  </p>
  +                                <p
  +        >                    $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <code
  +        >      &lt;project&gt;
  +  </code>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <code
  +        >      &lt;project&gt;
  +  </code>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +            </p>
  +                                  <table cellpadding="3" cellspacing="2" border="1" width="100%">
                       <tr class="a">
                   <th
             >
  -          Element
  -      </th>
  +                Element
  +        </th>
                     <th
             >
  -          Description
  -      </th>
  +                Description
  +        </th>
                     <th
             >
  -          Multivalued
  -      </th>
  +                Multivalued
  +        </th>
           </tr>
                           <tr class="b">
                   <td
             >
  -          <a href="#build">additional-build</a>
  -      </td>
  +                                          <a href="#build">additional-build</a>
  +                      </td>
                     <td
             >
  -          The details of how to compile and assemble the project's
  +                The details of how to compile and assemble the project's
                   additional Jars.  These are Jar files that are assembled as
                   part of the build, but not included as part of the project
                   output.  For example, test Jar files.
  -      </td>
  +        </td>
                     <td
             >
  -          yes
  -      </td>
  +                yes
  +        </td>
           </tr>
                           <tr class="a">
                   <td
             >
  -          <a href="#build">build</a>
  -      </td>
  +                                          <a href="#build">build</a>
  +                      </td>
                     <td
             >
  -          The details of how to compile the project and assemble it
  +                The details of how to compile the project and assemble it
                   into jar files.
  -      </td>
  +        </td>
                     <td
             >
  -          no
  -      </td>
  +                no
  +        </td>
           </tr>
                           <tr class="b">
                   <td
             >
  -          classpath
  -      </td>
  +                classpath
  +        </td>
                     <td
             >
  -          The project classpath, used for compiling the project
  -                Jars, unit tests, and additional Jars.  This is an Ant
  -                <code>&lt;path&gt;</code> data-type.
  -      </td>
  +                              $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <code
  +        >      &lt;path&gt;
  +  </code>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                  </td>
                     <td
             >
  -          no
  -      </td>
  +                no
  +        </td>
           </tr>
                           <tr class="a">
                   <td
             >
  -          compilePatterns
  -      </td>
  +                compilePatterns
  +        </td>
                     <td
             >
  -          The include and exclude patterns to use when compiling the
  -                project Jars, unit tests, and additional Jars.  This is an
  -                Ant <code>&lt;patternset&gt;</code> data-type.
  -      </td>
  +                              $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <code
  +        >      &lt;patternset&gt;
  +  </code>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                  </td>
                     <td
             >
  -          no
  -      </td>
  +                no
  +        </td>
           </tr>
                           <tr class="b">
                   <td
             >
  -          copyrightYear
  -      </td>
  +                copyrightYear
  +        </td>
                     <td
             >
  -          The year(s) that the project was copyrighted in.
  -      </td>
  +                The year(s) that the project was copyrighted in.
  +        </td>
                     <td
             >
  -          no
  -      </td>
  +                no
  +        </td>
           </tr>
                           <tr class="a">
                   <td
             >
  -          currentVersion
  -      </td>
  +                currentVersion
  +        </td>
                     <td
             >
  -          The version number for the project.
  -      </td>
  +                The version number for the project.
  +        </td>
                     <td
             >
  -          no
  -      </td>
  +                no
  +        </td>
           </tr>
                           <tr class="b">
                   <td
             >
  -          dist
  -      </td>
  +                dist
  +        </td>
                     <td
             >
  -          The additional Ant tasks for preparing the distribution.
  +                The additional Ant tasks for preparing the distribution.
                   By default, the project's jar files and Javadocs are copied
                   into the distribution directory.  Use this element to perform
                   extra tasks to assemble the distribution.
  -      </td>
  +        </td>
                     <td
             >
  -          no
  -      </td>
  +                no
  +        </td>
           </tr>
                           <tr class="a">
                   <td
             >
  -          id
  -      </td>
  +                id
  +        </td>
                     <td
             >
  -          The identifier for the project.  Used in generated file
  +                The identifier for the project.  Used in generated file
                   and directory names.
  -      </td>
  +        </td>
                     <td
             >
  -          no
  -      </td>
  +                no
  +        </td>
           </tr>
                           <tr class="b">
                   <td
             >
  -          name
  -      </td>
  +                name
  +        </td>
                     <td
             >
  -          The descriptive name of the project.  Used as the title
  +                The descriptive name of the project.  Used as the title
                   for the project's Javadocs.
  -      </td>
  +        </td>
                     <td
             >
  -          no
  -      </td>
  +                no
  +        </td>
           </tr>
                           <tr class="a">
                   <td
             >
  -          property
  -      </td>
  +                property
  +        </td>
                     <td
             >
  -          A global build property.  This is an Ant
  -                <code>&lt;property&gt;</code> task.
  -      </td>
  +                              $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <code
  +        >      &lt;property&gt;
  +  </code>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                  </td>
                     <td
             >
  -          yes
  -      </td>
  +                yes
  +        </td>
           </tr>
                           <tr class="b">
                   <td
             >
  -          target
  -      </td>
  +                target
  +        </td>
                     <td
             >
  -          An additional target to add to the build file.  This is
  +                An additional target to add to the build file.  This is
                   an Ant target, and is copied directly into the generated build
                   file.
  -      </td>
  +        </td>
                     <td
             >
  -          yes
  -      </td>
  +                yes
  +        </td>
           </tr>
                           <tr class="a">
                   <td
             >
  -          <a href="#unittest">unitTest</a>
  -      </td>
  +                                          <a href="#unittest">unitTest</a>
  +                      </td>
                     <td
             >
  -          The details of how to compile and execute the unit tests.
  -      </td>
  +                The details of how to compile and execute the unit tests.
  +        </td>
                     <td
             >
  -          no
  -      </td>
  +                no
  +        </td>
           </tr>
           </table>
  -                          <div class="h4">
  +                            <div class="h4">
               <h4><a name="build">Build Definition</a></h4>
  -                  <p>The <code>&lt;build&gt;</code> and <code>&lt;additional-build&gt;</code>
  -            elements describes how to compile and assemble a set of Jar files.
  -            The <code>&lt;build&gt;</code> element describes the Jar files
  -            included as part of the project's output.  The
  -            <code>&lt;additional-build&gt;</code> describes Jar files that are
  -            not included in the project's output, such as test files.
  -            These elements may contain the following nested elements:</p>
  -                          <table cellpadding="3" cellspacing="2" border="1" width="100%">
  +                <p
  +        >                    $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <code
  +        >      &lt;build&gt;
  +  </code>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
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  +        >      &lt;additional-build&gt;
  +  </code>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
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  +        >      &lt;build&gt;
  +  </code>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
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  +        >      &lt;additional-build&gt;
  +  </code>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +            </p>
  +                    <table cellpadding="3" cellspacing="2" border="1" width="100%">
                       <tr class="a">
                   <th
             >
  -          Element
  -      </th>
  +                Element
  +        </th>
                     <th
             >
  -          Description
  -      </th>
  +                Description
  +        </th>
                     <th
             >
  -          Multivalued
  -      </th>
  +                Multivalued
  +        </th>
           </tr>
                           <tr class="b">
                   <td
             >
  -          classpath
  -      </td>
  +                classpath
  +        </td>
                     <td
             >
  -          The classpath to use for compiling the Jars. This is
  -                    an Ant <code>&lt;path&gt;</code> data-type.  This classpath
  -                    is appended to the project classpath.  Note that the Ant
  -                    runtime is not included in the compile classpath.  To
  -                    include the Ant runtime, add an empty
  -                    <code>&lt;ant-runtime&gt;</code> element to this
  -                    <code>&lt;classpath&gt;</code> element.
  -      </td>
  +                              $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <code
  +        >      &lt;path&gt;
  +  </code>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
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  +        >      &lt;ant-runtime&gt;
  +  </code>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
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  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
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                     <td
             >
  -          no
  -      </td>
  +                no
  +        </td>
           </tr>
                           <tr class="a">
                   <td
             >
  -          compilePatterns
  -      </td>
  +                compilePatterns
  +        </td>
                     <td
             >
  -          The patternset to use when compiling the project source.
  -                    This is an Ant <code>&lt;patternset&gt;</code> data-type.
  -                    This patternset is added to the project compile patternset.
  -      </td>
  +                              $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <code
  +        >      &lt;patternset&gt;
  +  </code>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
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                     <td
             >
  -          yes
  -      </td>
  +                yes
  +        </td>
           </tr>
                           <tr class="b">
                   <td
             >
  -          <a href="#jar">jar</a>
  -      </td>
  +                                          <a href="#jar">jar</a>
  +                      </td>
                     <td
             >
  -          Defines a Jar output file.
  -      </td>
  +                Defines a Jar output file.
  +        </td>
                     <td
             >
  -          yes
  -      </td>
  +                yes
  +        </td>
           </tr>
                           <tr class="a">
                   <td
             >
  -          lib-path
  -      </td>
  +                lib-path
  +        </td>
                     <td
             >
  -          Defines the directory to place the assembled Jar files
  -                    (<code>&lt;additional-build&gt;</code> only).
  -      </td>
  +                              $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <code
  +        >      &lt;additional-build&gt;
  +  </code>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                  </td>
                     <td
             >
  -          no
  -      </td>
  +                no
  +        </td>
           </tr>
                           <tr class="b">
                   <td
             >
  -          prepare
  -      </td>
  +                prepare
  +        </td>
                     <td
             >
  -          Additional Ant tasks to perform before compiling
  -                    the source.  This can be used, for example, to check for
  -                    the availability of various libraries (<code>&lt;build&gt;</code>
  -                    only).
  -      </td>
  +                              $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <code
  +        >      &lt;build&gt;
  +  </code>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                  </td>
                     <td
             >
  -          no
  -      </td>
  +                no
  +        </td>
           </tr>
                           <tr class="a">
                   <td
             >
  -          sourceDirectory
  -      </td>
  +                sourceDirectory
  +        </td>
                     <td
             >
  -          The directory containing the project's Java source files.
  -      </td>
  +                The directory containing the project's Java source files.
  +        </td>
                     <td
             >
  -          yes
  -      </td>
  +                yes
  +        </td>
           </tr>
           </table>
  -            </div>
  +        </div>
                             <div class="h4">
               <h4><a name="unittest">Unit Test Definition</a></h4>
  -                  <p>The <code>&lt;unitTest&gt;</code> element defines how to compile
  -            and execute the project's unit tests.  The <code>&lt;unitTest&gt;</code>
  -            element may contain the following nested elements:</p>
  -                          <table cellpadding="3" cellspacing="2" border="1" width="100%">
  +                <p
  +        >                    $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <code
  +        >      &lt;unitTest&gt;
  +  </code>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <code
  +        >      &lt;unitTest&gt;
  +  </code>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +            </p>
  +                    <table cellpadding="3" cellspacing="2" border="1" width="100%">
                       <tr class="a">
                   <th
             >
  -          Element
  -      </th>
  +                Element
  +        </th>
                     <th
             >
  -          Description
  -      </th>
  +                Description
  +        </th>
                     <th
             >
  -          Multivalued
  -      </th>
  +                Multivalued
  +        </th>
           </tr>
                           <tr class="b">
                   <td
             >
  -          classpath
  -      </td>
  +                classpath
  +        </td>
                     <td
             >
  -          The classpath to use for compiling and executing the
  -                    project unit tests.  This is appended to the project
  -                    classpath.  This is an Ant <code>&lt;path&gt;</code> data-type.
  -      </td>
  +                              $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <code
  +        >      &lt;path&gt;
  +  </code>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                  </td>
                     <td
             >
  -          no
  -      </td>
  +                no
  +        </td>
           </tr>
                           <tr class="a">
                   <td
             >
  -          compilePatterns
  -      </td>
  +                compilePatterns
  +        </td>
                     <td
             >
  -          The patternset to use when compiling the unit tests.
  -                    This is an Ant <code>&lt;patternset&gt;</code>.  This
  -                    is combined with the compile patternset.
  -      </td>
  +                              $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <code
  +        >      &lt;patternset&gt;
  +  </code>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                  </td>
                     <td
             >
  -          yes
  -      </td>
  +                yes
  +        </td>
           </tr>
                           <tr class="b">
                   <td
             >
  -          includeDescriptors
  -      </td>
  +                includeDescriptors
  +        </td>
                     <td
             >
  -          Controls whether antlib descriptors are generated for
  +                Controls whether antlib descriptors are generated for
                       the unit tests.  Descriptors are generated by default.
  -      </td>
  +        </td>
                     <td
             >
  -          no
  -      </td>
  +                no
  +        </td>
           </tr>
                           <tr class="a">
                   <td
             >
  -          prepare
  -      </td>
  +                prepare
  +        </td>
                     <td
             >
  -          Additional Ant tasks to perform before executing the
  +                Additional Ant tasks to perform before executing the
                       unit tests.
  -      </td>
  +        </td>
                     <td
             >
  -          no
  -      </td>
  +                no
  +        </td>
           </tr>
                           <tr class="b">
                   <td
             >
  -          sourceDirectory
  -      </td>
  +                sourceDirectory
  +        </td>
                     <td
             >
  -          The directory containing the project's unit test source files.
  -      </td>
  +                The directory containing the project's unit test source files.
  +        </td>
                     <td
             >
  -          no
  -      </td>
  +                no
  +        </td>
           </tr>
                           <tr class="a">
                   <td
             >
  -          unitTestPatterns
  -      </td>
  +                unitTestPatterns
  +        </td>
  +                  <td
  +          >
  +                              $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <code
  +        >      &lt;patternset&gt;
  +  </code>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                  </td>
  +                  <td
  +          >
  +                no
  +        </td>
  +        </tr>
  +                        <tr class="b">
  +                <td
  +          >
  +                failing
  +        </td>
                     <td
             >
  -          The patternset to use to select the unit tests to execute.
  -                    This is an Ant <code>&lt;patternset&gt;</code> datatype.
  -      </td>
  +                Each failing element contains a pattern that matches a unit test(s)
  +                    which is known to fail. These tests are run, but do not abort the
  +                    build when they fail. This allows tests to be added prior to implementing
  +                    the test solutions.
  +        </td>
                     <td
             >
  -          no
  -      </td>
  +                no
  +        </td>
           </tr>
           </table>
  -            </div>
  +        </div>
                             <div class="h4">
               <h4><a name="jar">Jar Definition</a></h4>
  -                  <p>A <code>&lt;jar&gt;</code> element defines a jar file produced by
  -            the build.  A manifest and antlib descriptors are generated for the Jar.
  -            A <code>&lt;jar&gt;</code> element may take the following nested elements:</p>
  -                          <table cellpadding="3" cellspacing="2" border="1" width="100%">
  +                <p
  +        >                    $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <code
  +        >      &lt;jar&gt;
  +  </code>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <code
  +        >      &lt;jar&gt;
  +  </code>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +            </p>
  +                    <table cellpadding="3" cellspacing="2" border="1" width="100%">
                       <tr class="a">
                   <th
             >
  -          Element
  -      </th>
  +                Element
  +        </th>
                     <th
             >
  -          Description
  -      </th>
  +                Description
  +        </th>
                     <th
             >
  -          Multivalued
  -      </th>
  +                Multivalued
  +        </th>
           </tr>
                           <tr class="b">
                   <td
             >
  -          attribute
  -      </td>
  +                attribute
  +        </td>
                     <td
             >
  -          Defines an attribute to add to the main section of
  +                Defines an attribute to add to the main section of
                       the manifest.
  -      </td>
  +        </td>
                     <td
             >
  -          yes
  -      </td>
  +                yes
  +        </td>
           </tr>
                           <tr class="a">
                   <td
             >
  -          depends
  -      </td>
  +                depends
  +        </td>
                     <td
             >
  -          Defines the extensions which the output file depends on.
  +                Defines the extensions which the output file depends on.
                       Used to generate the manifest.
  -      </td>
  +        </td>
                     <td
             >
  -          no
  -      </td>
  +                no
  +        </td>
           </tr>
                           <tr class="b">
                   <td
             >
  -          extension
  -      </td>
  +                extension
  +        </td>
                     <td
             >
  -          Defines an extension.  Used to generate the manifest.
  -      </td>
  +                Defines an extension.  Used to generate the manifest.
  +        </td>
                     <td
             >
  -          no
  -      </td>
  +                no
  +        </td>
           </tr>
                           <tr class="a">
                   <td
             >
  -          fileset
  -      </td>
  +                fileset
  +        </td>
                     <td
             >
  -          Additional files to include in the Jar.  This
  -                    is an Ant <code>&lt;fileset&gt;</code> datatype.
  -      </td>
  +                              $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <code
  +        >      &lt;fileset&gt;
  +  </code>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                  </td>
                     <td
             >
  -          yes
  -      </td>
  +                yes
  +        </td>
           </tr>
                           <tr class="b">
                   <td
             >
  -          id
  -      </td>
  +                id
  +        </td>
                     <td
             >
  -          A unique short name for the Jar.  This is used
  +                A unique short name for the Jar.  This is used
                       in the file name, and the names of generated files.
  -      </td>
  +        </td>
                     <td
             >
  -          no
  -      </td>
  +                no
  +        </td>
           </tr>
                           <tr class="a">
                   <td
             >
  -          includeDescriptors
  -      </td>
  +                includeDescriptors
  +        </td>
                     <td
             >
  -          Controls whether antlib descriptors are generated for
  +                Controls whether antlib descriptors are generated for
                       the Jar.  Descriptors are generated by default.
  -      </td>
  +        </td>
                     <td
             >
  -          no
  -      </td>
  +                no
  +        </td>
           </tr>
                           <tr class="b">
                   <td
             >
  -          metainf
  -      </td>
  +                metainf
  +        </td>
                     <td
             >
  -          See the Ant <code>&lt;jar&gt;</code> task.
  -      </td>
  +                              $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <code
  +        >      &lt;jar&gt;
  +  </code>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                  </td>
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  -      </td>
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  +        </td>
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  -      </td>
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  +        </td>
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  -          Specifies the name of the Jar.  By default, the
  +                Specifies the name of the Jar.  By default, the
                       name is generated from the Jar Id and current project version.
  -      </td>
  +        </td>
                     <td
             >
  -          no
  -      </td>
  +                no
  +        </td>
           </tr>
                           <tr class="b">
                   <td
             >
  -          patternset
  -      </td>
  +                patternset
  +        </td>
                     <td
             >
  -          Specifies which classes to include in the Jar.
  -                    This is an Ant <code>&lt;patternset&gt;</code>.
  -      </td>
  +                              $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <code
  +        >      &lt;patternset&gt;
  +  </code>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                  </td>
                     <td
             >
  -          no
  -      </td>
  +                no
  +        </td>
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           <div class="h3">
               <h3><a name="Installing Myrmidon">Installing Myrmidon</a></h3>
  -                  <p>Installing Myrmidon is easy.  Simply extract the contents of the
  -    distribution zip or tar file, to whichever install directory you like.  You
  -    should also add the distribution's <code>bin</code> directory to the
  -    <code>PATH</code> environment variable.</p>
  -            </div>
  +                        <p
  +        >                    $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <code
  +        >      bin
  +  </code>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <code
  +        >      PATH
  +  </code>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +            </p>
  +              </div>
           <div class="h3">
               <h3><a name="Running Myrmidon">Running Myrmidon</a></h3>
  -                  <p>
  +                        <p
  +        >      
       To run Myrmidon, use one of the following methods:
  -    </p>
  -                          <div class="h4">
  +    
  +  </p>
  +                            <div class="h4">
               <h4><a name="Launcher Script">Launcher Script</a></h4>
  -                  <p>
  -    On Windows and Unix platforms, you can use the <code>ant</code> script
  -    in the distribution's <code>bin</code> directory.  The following environment
  -    variables can be used, but are not required (except on Windows 9x - see below).
  -    </p>
  -                        <p>
  +                <p
  +        >                    $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <code
  +        >      ant
  +  </code>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <code
  +        >      bin
  +  </code>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +            </p>
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  +        >      
   
  -    </p>
  -                          <table cellpadding="3" cellspacing="2" border="1" width="100%">
  +    
  +  </p>
  +                    <table cellpadding="3" cellspacing="2" border="1" width="100%">
                       <tr class="a">
                   <th
             >
  -          Variable
  -      </th>
  +                Variable
  +        </th>
                     <th
             >
  -          Description
  -      </th>
  +                Description
  +        </th>
           </tr>
                           <tr class="b">
                   <td
             >
  -          JAVA_HOME
  -      </td>
  +                JAVA_HOME
  +        </td>
                     <td
             >
  -          The directory that the JDK is installed in.
  -      </td>
  +                The directory that the JDK is installed in.
  +        </td>
           </tr>
                           <tr class="a">
                   <td
             >
  -          JAVACMD
  -      </td>
  +                JAVACMD
  +        </td>
                     <td
             >
  -          The command to use to start the JVM.  Defaults to <code>java</code>.
  -      </td>
  +                              $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <code
  +        >      java
  +  </code>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                  </td>
           </tr>
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                   <td
             >
  -          ANT_HOME
  -      </td>
  +                ANT_HOME
  +        </td>
                     <td
             >
  -          
  +                
                   The directory containing the Myrmidon distribution.  This must be
                   set when running on Windows 95, 98 or Me.
               
  -      </td>
  +        </td>
           </tr>
           </table>
  -            </div>
  +        </div>
                             <div class="h4">
               <h4><a name="Executable Jar File">Executable Jar File</a></h4>
  -                  <p>
  +                <p
  +        >      
       The Myrmidon distribution includes an executable Jar file, which can be used
       to run Myrmidon.  Use the following command:
  -    </p>
  -                        <pre>
  +    
  +  </p>
  +                  <pre>
       prompt&gt; <i>java</i> -jar <i>ant-home</i>/bin/myrmidon-launcher.jar <i>options</i>
       </pre>
  -            </div>
  -                        <p>When started, Myrmidon looks for a project file called <code>build.ant</code>
  -    in the current directory.  A different project file can be specified using the
  -    <code>-f</code> command-line option.  Myrmidon executes the targets that are
  -    listed on the command-line, or the default target if none is given.  For
  -    example, the following command executes targets <code>clean</code> and
  -    <code>build</code> from project file <code>my-project.xml</code>:</p>
  -                        <pre>
  +        </div>
  +                              <p
  +        >                    $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <code
  +        >      build.ant
  +  </code>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <code
  +        >      -f
  +  </code>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <code
  +        >      clean
  +  </code>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <code
  +        >      build
  +  </code>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <code
  +        >      my-project.xml
  +  </code>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +            </p>
  +                                <pre>
       prompt&gt; ant -f my-project.xml clean build
       </pre>
  -                        <p>
  -    Run Myrmidon with the <code>-h</code> command-line option for a list of
  -    the command-line options that are available.
  -    </p>
  -            </div>
  +                                <p
  +        >                    $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <code
  +        >      -h
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               <h3><a name="Myrmidon Subprojects">Myrmidon Subprojects</a></h3>
  -                  <p>Myrmidon is made up of several sub-projects.  The projects are described below,
  +                        <p
  +        >      Myrmidon is made up of several sub-projects.  The projects are described below,
       in rough order of dependency.  Most of these projects are intended to be
       reusable outside Myrmidon.  Each project is contained in its own
       subdirectory of the source tree.  The directory layout for each project
  -    is the same.</p>
  -                        <p>The projects are:</p>
  -                          <table cellpadding="3" cellspacing="2" border="1" width="100%">
  +    is the same.
  +  </p>
  +                                <p
  +        >      The projects are:
  +  </p>
  +                                  <table cellpadding="3" cellspacing="2" border="1" width="100%">
                       <tr class="a">
                   <th
             >
  -          Project
  -      </th>
  +                Project
  +        </th>
                     <th
             >
  -          Description
  -      </th>
  +                Description
  +        </th>
           </tr>
                           <tr class="b">
                   <td
             >
  -          buildtools
  -      </td>
  +                buildtools
  +        </td>
                     <td
             >
  -          Utilities used to build Myrmidon.
  -      </td>
  +                Utilities used to build Myrmidon.
  +        </td>
           </tr>
                           <tr class="a">
                   <td
             >
  -          aut
  -      </td>
  +                aut
  +        </td>
                     <td
             >
  -          A library of reusable system level components.  These components
  +                A library of reusable system level components.  These components
               provide low-level services, such as managing the execution of
               native commands, or providing a Virtual File System.
  -      </td>
  +        </td>
           </tr>
                           <tr class="b">
                   <td
             >
  -          api
  -      </td>
  +                api
  +        </td>
                     <td
             >
  -          This project defines the task API.  This is the API which the
  +                This project defines the task API.  This is the API which the
               tasks use to communicate with the task container that they are
               executing in.
  -      </td>
  +        </td>
           </tr>
                           <tr class="a">
                   <td
             >
  -          container
  -      </td>
  +                container
  +        </td>
                     <td
             >
  -          The implementation of the task container.  This project can be
  +                The implementation of the task container.  This project can be
               split into two broad parts:  The container API, which defines the
               set of services that are assembled together to form the container,
               and the standard implementations of those services.  This project
               also contains front-ends for embedding Myrmidon, or running it
               from the command-line.
  -      </td>
  +        </td>
           </tr>
                           <tr class="b">
                   <td
             >
  -          framework
  -      </td>
  +                framework
  +        </td>
                     <td
             >
  -          A collection of general purpose classes which can be used as the
  +                A collection of general purpose classes which can be used as the
               starting point for writing tasks.  This includes general purpose
               data types, utility classes, and a handful of abstract task
               implementations.
  -      </td>
  +        </td>
           </tr>
                           <tr class="a">
                   <td
             >
  -          antlib
  -      </td>
  +                antlib
  +        </td>
                     <td
             >
  -          The tasks libraries, or <i>antlibs</i>, which contain the
  -            standard tasks and data-types for the Myrmidon distribution.
  -      </td>
  +                              $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <i
  +        >      antlibs
  +  </i>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                  </td>
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             >
  -          ant1compat
  -      </td>
  +                ant1compat
  +        </td>
                     <td
             >
  -          The Ant 1 compatibility library.  This is an antlib which provides
  +                The Ant 1 compatibility library.  This is an antlib which provides
               an adaptor between the Ant 1 classes, and the Myrmidon task and
               container APIs.  It allows tasks compiled for Ant 1 to execute in
               Myrmidon without modification.  The ant1compat antlib also includes
               all of the Ant 1 tasks, which makes them available for use in
               Myrmidon projects.
  -      </td>
  +        </td>
           </tr>
                           <tr class="a">
                   <td
             >
  -          myrmidon
  -      </td>
  +                myrmidon
  +        </td>
                     <td
             >
  -          This project assembles the output from the other projects into
  +                This project assembles the output from the other projects into
               the final Myrmidon distribution.
  -      </td>
  +        </td>
           </tr>
                           <tr class="b">
                   <td
             >
  -          site
  -      </td>
  +                site
  +        </td>
                     <td
             >
  -          The documentation and web site for Myrmidon.
  -      </td>
  +                The documentation and web site for Myrmidon.
  +        </td>
           </tr>
           </table>
  -            </div>
  +              </div>
                 </div></div></td>
           </tr>
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           <div class="h3">
               <h3><a name="My First Task">My First Task</a></h3>
  -                  <p>In Ant 1 it was very easy to write your own task. In Ant 2 we plan
  +                        <p
  +        >      In Ant 1 it was very easy to write your own task. In Ant 2 we plan
   to make it even easier. To write a basic task simply follow the following
  -formula.</p>
  -                        <ol>
  -  <li>
  -    Create a Java class that extends
  -    <code>org.apache.myrmidon.api.AbstractTask</code>
  +formula.
  +  </p>
  +                                <ol
  +        >                    $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <li
  +        >                    $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <code
  +        >      org.apache.myrmidon.api.AbstractTask
  +  </code>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +            </li>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <li
  +        >                    $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <ul
  +        >                    $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <li
  +        >      String
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  -  <li>
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  -    of the method must begin with "set", followed by the attribute name, with
  -    the first character of the name in uppercase, and the rest in lowercase.
  -    The type of the attribute can be:
  -    <ul>
  -      <li>String</li>
  -      <li>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
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  +        >      
           Any primitive type - they are converted for you from their
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  -      </li>
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  +      
  +  </li>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
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  -      </li>
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  -  <li>
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  +            </ul>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +            </li>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <li
  +        >      
       For each nested element create a public void method that takes a single
       argument. The name of the method must begin with "add", followed by the
       attribute name, with the first character of the name in uppercase, and
       the rest in lowercase. The type of the parameter is an object with a
       no-arguement constructor. It is configured in exactly the same was a
       task is configured (via setters and adders) and then added to the task.
  +  
     </li>
  -  <li>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <li
  +        >      
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       throws a TaskException. This is the method called to do the
       actual work of the task.
  +  
     </li>
  -</ol>
  -                          <div class="h4">
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
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  +                            <div class="h4">
               <h4><a name="A Basic Example">A Basic Example</a></h4>
  -                  <p>So a basic task that has one attribute named "message" and just prints
  -out this message is as simple as;</p>
  -                          <div id="source">
  -    <pre>
  -package org.realityforge.tasks;
  +                <p
  +        >      So a basic task that has one attribute named "message" and just prints
  +out this message is as simple as;
  +  </p>
  +                    <div id="source">
  +    <pre>package org.realityforge.tasks;
   
   import org.apache.myrmidon.api.AbstractTask;
   import org.apache.myrmidon.api.TaskException;
  @@ -159,16 +178,17 @@
       {
           System.out.println( m_message );
       }
  -}
  -</pre>
  +}</pre>
     </div>
  -                        <p>To use this task you <em>could</em> create a library but instead we will
  -just use &lt;taskdef&gt; to define the task. An example usage would be;</p>
  -                          <div id="source">
  -    <pre>
  -
  -
  -&lt;?xml version=&quot;1.0&quot;?&gt;
  +                  <p
  +        >                    $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <em
  +        >      could
  +  </em>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +            </p>
  +                    <div id="source">
  +    <pre>&lt;?xml version=&quot;1.0&quot;?&gt;
   
   &lt;project version=&quot;2.0&quot;&gt;
   
  @@ -179,12 +199,9 @@
   
       &lt;printer message=&quot;Hello World!&quot;/&gt;
     &lt;/target&gt;
  -&lt;/project&gt;
  -
  -
  -</pre>
  +&lt;/project&gt;</pre>
     </div>
  -            </div>
  +        </div>
               </div>
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             <td><div id="bodycol"><div class="app">
           <div class="h3">
               <h3><a name="Todo List">Todo List</a></h3>
  -                  <p>The broad goal is to grow Myrmidon from a prototype task engine into a fully
  +                        <p
  +        >      The broad goal is to grow Myrmidon from a prototype task engine into a fully
               fledged build system, that can serve as the basis for Ant 2.  The following
               sections describe some of the many things which still need to be done to
  -            achieve that goal.  This list is currently under construction.</p>
  -                          <div class="h4">
  +            achieve that goal.  This list is currently under construction.
  +  </p>
  +                            <div class="h4">
               <h4><a name="Integrate XDocs proposal">Integrate XDocs proposal</a></h4>
  -                  <p>Integrate with the XDocs proposal that generates XML documentation for
  +                <p
  +        >      Integrate with the XDocs proposal that generates XML documentation for
                   tasks. Rework that proposal so that it knows about the Myrmidon specific
                   patterns and features. Also rework it so that it can support reading
  -                documentation and examples from side-by-side the task.</p>
  -            </div>
  +                documentation and examples from side-by-side the task.
  +  </p>
  +        </div>
                             <div class="h4">
               <h4><a name="TaskInfo">TaskInfo</a></h4>
  -                  <p>Consider allowing task writers to write their own TaskInfo objects
  +                <p
  +        >      Consider allowing task writers to write their own TaskInfo objects
                   (or at least have them generated from XDoclet directives). This would
  -                encompass both documentation and perhaps introspection of the types.</p>
  -            </div>
  +                encompass both documentation and perhaps introspection of the types.
  +  </p>
  +        </div>
                             <div class="h4">
               <h4><a name="XML Catalog to load XML Fragments">XML Catalog to load XML Fragments</a></h4>
  -                  <p>
  +                <p
  +        >      
                     When including fragments of XML we are currently forced to use relative paths.
                     However this is sometimes undesirable when a single fragment needs to be used
                     across several projects in several different locations. Instead we could use
                     a Catalog to name the fragment and then each developer would only need to install
                     the fragment once and it would be accessible from all the projects.
  -                </p>
  -            </div>
  +                
  +  </p>
  +        </div>
                             <div class="h4">
               <h4><a name="Refactor Java Infrastructure into a Service">Refactor Java Infrastructure into a Service</a></h4>
  -                  <p>Much like Exec should be decoupled from Ant runtime, so should classes
  -                to implement java task for the same benefits.</p>
  -            </div>
  +                <p
  +        >      Much like Exec should be decoupled from Ant runtime, so should classes
  +                to implement java task for the same benefits.
  +  </p>
  +        </div>
                             <div class="h4">
               <h4><a name="Structural Dependency Utils">Structural Dependency Utils</a></h4>
  -                  <p>
  +                <p
  +        >      
                     In the present ant, it is required that each task manage dependency separately.
                     This makes it a lot of work to implement even simple dependency checking. To this
                     day many of the core tasks do not implement it correctly. I am specifically
                     talking about "structural" dependency information. The main reason is that it is
                     painful to implement.
  -                </p>
  -                        <p>
  -                  Some tasks do no dependency checking and will recompile/transform/etc everytime.
  -                  Others may perform a simple dependency checking (ie if source file is newer than
  -                  destination file then recompile). Ideally a dependency system would actually
  -                  calculate the dependencies correctly. So we need to have some mechanism to determine
  -                  that <code>foo.c</code> actually depends upon <code>foo.h</code>, <code>bar.h</code>
  -                  and <code>baz.h</code>. As this information is particular to each different task
  -                  we need to allow tasks to implement this behaviour. Possibly by supplying an interface
  -                  of the form;
  -                </p>
  -                          <div id="source">
  -    <pre>
  -public interface DependencyGenerator
  +                
  +  </p>
  +                  <p
  +        >                    $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <code
  +        >      foo.c
  +  </code>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <code
  +        >      foo.h
  +  </code>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <code
  +        >      bar.h
  +  </code>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <code
  +        >      baz.h
  +  </code>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +            </p>
  +                    <div id="source">
  +    <pre>public interface DependencyGenerator
   {
     File[] generateDependencies( File file );
  -}
  -</pre>
  +}</pre>
     </div>
  -                        <p>
  -                  Generating the dependency information is a costly operation and thus we do not want to
  -                  be doing it everytime you run ant. We want to generate it on the initial build and then
  -                  persist somewhere. Everytime a file is out of date, it's dependency information would
  -                  be regenerated and stored in the dependency cache. Ideally this cache would also store the
  -                  above mentioned coloring information. So the entry for <code>foo.c</code> may declare that
  -                  it is dependent upon <code>foo.h</code>, <code>bar.h</code> and <code>baz.h</code>, aswell
  -                  as being compiled with -O2 flag. If any of the dependencies have changed or are out of date
  -                  then foo.c would need to be recompiled.
  -                </p>
  -                        <p>
  +                  <p
  +        >                    $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <code
  +        >      foo.c
  +  </code>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <code
  +        >      foo.h
  +  </code>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <code
  +        >      bar.h
  +  </code>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <code
  +        >      baz.h
  +  </code>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +            </p>
  +                  <p
  +        >      
                     A possible API would be
  -                </p>
  -                          <div id="source">
  -    <pre>
  -DependencyManager dm = ...;
  +                
  +  </p>
  +                    <div id="source">
  +    <pre>DependencyManager dm = ...;
   dm.setFileSet( myFileSet );
   dm.setDependencyCache( myDependencyCacheFile );
  -File[] files = cm.getOutOfDate();
  -</pre>
  +File[] files = cm.getOutOfDate();</pre>
     </div>
  -            </div>
  +        </div>
                             <div class="h4">
               <h4><a name="Antlibs storing templates">Antlibs storing templates</a></h4>
  -                  <p>After a templating system is formalized it would useful to define
  +                <p
  +        >      After a templating system is formalized it would useful to define
                   a mechanism via which you can store templates in an antlib. These
                   templates could then be loaded and used by build files through a
                   "standard" mechanism. This may need to be merged with the XML catalog
  -                system.</p>
  -            </div>
  +                system.
  +  </p>
  +        </div>
                             <div class="h4">
               <h4><a name="Antlibs Storing General Resources">Antlibs Storing General Resources</a></h4>
  -                  <p>Add a system via which ant libs can store general resources for
  +                <p
  +        >      Add a system via which ant libs can store general resources for
                   consumption by build users. This could be used to store the XML fragments
                   for the XML catalog, the template fragments for templates, images for
  -                documentation system and so forth.</p>
  -            </div>
  +                documentation system and so forth.
  +  </p>
  +        </div>
                             <div class="h4">
               <h4><a name="Coloring API">Coloring API</a></h4>
  -                  <p>
  -                  When you execute a task such as "javac" there is two types of dependency information
  -                  that is important to analyze before we determine if we need to recompile a file. Say
  -                  we are compiling <code>Foo.java</code>, it may depend on the <code>Bar.java</code>
  -                  file. We call this "structural" dependency information - the structure of the source file
  -                  determines what other files it depend upon. However there is also "environmental"
  -                  dependency information. For instance if the <code>Foo.java</code> file was compiled with
  -                  <code>debug="true"</code> last run and this time needs to be compiled with
  -                  <code>debug="false"</code> then it is out of date and needs to be recompiled. We call this
  -                  "environmental" dependency information "coloring".
  -                </p>
  -                        <p>
  +                <p
  +        >                    $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <code
  +        >      Foo.java
  +  </code>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <code
  +        >      Bar.java
  +  </code>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <code
  +        >      Foo.java
  +  </code>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <code
  +        >      debug="true"
  +  </code>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <code
  +        >      debug="false"
  +  </code>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +            </p>
  +                  <p
  +        >      
                     So we need to create an infrastructure that allows tasks to manage "coloring". So a task
                     should be able to add coloring information for each resource processed. When the task
                     comes to process the resource again it will detect if the coloring has changed and if it
                     has will force a recompile.
  -                </p>
  -                        <p>
  +                
  +  </p>
  +                  <p
  +        >      
                     An API for such a bean has yet to be established but an example API would be.
  -                </p>
  -                          <div id="source">
  -    <pre>
  -ColoringManager cm = ...;
  +                
  +  </p>
  +                    <div id="source">
  +    <pre>ColoringManager cm = ...;
   cm.addColor( &quot;debug&quot;, &quot;true&quot; );
   cm.addColor( &quot;optimize&quot;, &quot;false&quot; );
   cm.setFileSet( myFileSet );
  -File[] files = cm.getOutOfDate();
  -</pre>
  +File[] files = cm.getOutOfDate();</pre>
     </div>
  -            </div>
  +        </div>
                             <div class="h4">
               <h4><a name="Create Task/Element/Attribute Naming guidelines">Create Task/Element/Attribute Naming guidelines</a></h4>
  -                  <p> Currently Ant has a mixture of tasks from various stages it's evolution, with different
  +                <p
  +        >       Currently Ant has a mixture of tasks from various stages it's evolution, with different
                   authors and each utilizing different naming patterns. Some tasks use names such as
                   "src" and "dest" while others use "file" and "tofile". It would be preferrable if
                   consistent naming patterns were used. It is recomended that we come up with a "best
  -                practices" document to document our recomended naming patterns.</p>
  -                        <p>Before we can come up with such a document we need to identify common patterns through
  +                practices" document to document our recomended naming patterns.
  +  </p>
  +                  <p
  +        >      Before we can come up with such a document we need to identify common patterns through
                   out the tasks. Several tasks have the notion of transforming input from a "source"
                   to a "destination". So we should have consistent naming schemes for these attributes and
                   elements. Analysis of existing tasks will likely bring out other similar patterns. Once
  -                we have identified and documented these similarities then we can establish conventions.</p>
  -            </div>
  +                we have identified and documented these similarities then we can establish conventions.
  +  </p>
  +        </div>
                             <div class="h4">
               <h4><a name="Rethink Notification/Event scheme">Rethink Notification/Event scheme</a></h4>
  -                  <p>We need to rethink the whole notificaiton scheme. Should tasks be able to
  -                raise events? Probably as long as we have <em>ContainerTasks</em>. Should tasks
  -                be able to query state of run? ie Can a task request "are we paused?" or "are we
  -                stopped?" ? Probably as that way long running tasks are given the opportunity
  -                to be gracefully halted by the end users (primarily aimed at IDE vendors here).</p>
  -                        <ul>
  -                    <li>Add verbosity level to TaskEvent.</li>
  -                    <li>Fire taskFinished() events on task failure.</li>
  -                    <li>Get target finished and project finished events working.</li>
  -                </ul>
  -            </div>
  +                <p
  +        >                    $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <em
  +        >      ContainerTasks
  +  </em>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +            </p>
  +                  <ul
  +        >                    $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <li
  +        >      Add verbosity level to TaskEvent.
  +  </li>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <li
  +        >      Fire taskFinished() events on task failure.
  +  </li>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <li
  +        >      Get target finished and project finished events working.
  +  </li>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +            </ul>
  +        </div>
                             <div class="h4">
               <h4><a name="XPath-like Locators for tasks">XPath-like Locators for tasks</a></h4>
  -                  <p>Most tasks are grouped into some sort of task container. The task containers
  +                <p
  +        >      Most tasks are grouped into some sort of task container. The task containers
                   can be things like workspaces, projects, targets or other tasks. Each of these
                   containers usually has a name. Thus we could refer to tasks via a path such as
                   "/avalon/compile/javac" would refer to the task "javac" in the target "compile"
                   in the project "avalon". In the past it has been requested that a task get access
                   to this path programatically - other people have also asked for access to things
                   like the currently running target. We need to assess this and decide whether we
  -                wish to support it.</p>
  -                        <p>Another point to think about is that we could use XPath-like string to designate
  -                to other tasks to execute. ie antcall would refer to a path rather than a target name</p>
  -            </div>
  +                wish to support it.
  +  </p>
  +                  <p
  +        >      Another point to think about is that we could use XPath-like string to designate
  +                to other tasks to execute. ie antcall would refer to a path rather than a target name
  +  </p>
  +        </div>
                             <div class="h4">
               <h4><a name="Embeddor HOWTO">Embeddor HOWTO</a></h4>
  -                  <p>Assigned To: Peter</p>
  -                        <p>Write a HOWTO describing how to embed Myrmidon into other
  -                applications.</p>
  -            </div>
  +                <p
  +        >      Assigned To: Peter
  +  </p>
  +                  <p
  +        >      Write a HOWTO describing how to embed Myrmidon into other
  +                applications.
  +  </p>
  +        </div>
                             <div class="h4">
               <h4><a name="Optional Dependencies">Optional Dependencies</a></h4>
  -                  <p>Assigned To: Peter</p>
  -                        <p>Extend Myrmidons library management facilities so that optional
  +                <p
  +        >      Assigned To: Peter
  +  </p>
  +                  <p
  +        >      Extend Myrmidons library management facilities so that optional
                   dependencies may be declared for a library. ie The library will still
                   operate in absence of such libraries but can provide further features
                   if these libraries are present. Most likely this will be done via a
                   new manifest entry "Optional-Extension-List:" that behaves similar
  -                to "Extension-List:" except that the extensions are optional.</p>
  -            </div>
  +                to "Extension-List:" except that the extensions are optional.
  +  </p>
  +        </div>
                             <div class="h4">
               <h4><a name="Facade task HOWTO">Facade task HOWTO</a></h4>
  -                  <p>Currently we have a few tasks that have multiple implementations. For instance
  +                <p
  +        >      Currently we have a few tasks that have multiple implementations. For instance
                   Javac task can actually call jikes, jvc, classic javac or modern javac. Similar things
                   will be seen with the jspc task and the cc task (if it ever gets written). We have a base
                   class that is meant to facilitate this sort of task and make it easy to develope. See
  -                AbstractFacadeTask. However we need to write up a HOWTO so people can use it.</p>
  -            </div>
  +                AbstractFacadeTask. However we need to write up a HOWTO so people can use it.
  +  </p>
  +        </div>
                             <div class="h4">
               <h4><a name="Mail tasks">Mail tasks</a></h4>
  -                  <p>Convert the Ant 1.x Mail tasks to Myrmidon.</p>
  -            </div>
  +                <p
  +        >      Convert the Ant 1.x Mail tasks to Myrmidon.
  +  </p>
  +        </div>
                             <div class="h4">
               <h4><a name="Security Manager">Security Manager</a></h4>
  -                  <p>Add the ability to run java programs that call System.exit() by adding a
  -                security manager. Should look something like:</p>
  -                          <div id="source">
  -    <pre>
  -public class MyrmidonSecurityManager
  +                <p
  +        >      Add the ability to run java programs that call System.exit() by adding a
  +                security manager. Should look something like:
  +  </p>
  +                    <div id="source">
  +    <pre>public class MyrmidonSecurityManager
       extends SecurityManager
   {
       public void checkExit( final int status )
  @@ -305,309 +381,637 @@
       public void checkPermission( final Permission permission )
       {
       }
  -}
  -                </pre>
  +}</pre>
     </div>
  -            </div>
  +        </div>
                             <div class="h4">
               <h4><a name="Self Hosting">Self Hosting</a></h4>
  -                  <p>Myrmidon must be able to build itself.  Currently, it is built using
  +                <p
  +        >      Myrmidon must be able to build itself.  Currently, it is built using
                   Ant 1.x.  Ultimately, Myrmidon should be able to build itself from exactly the
                   same build file.  To start with, however, there is no need for Myrmidon to be
                   able to do this.  Myrmidon should also be able to be bootstrapped (that is, be
  -                able to be built from scratch, without using Ant 1.x at all).</p>
  -            </div>
  +                able to be built from scratch, without using Ant 1.x at all).
  +  </p>
  +        </div>
                             <div class="h4">
               <h4><a name="Validation Pass">Validation Pass</a></h4>
  -                  <p>Consider calling validate() on task prior to execute(). This would allow
  +                <p
  +        >      Consider calling validate() on task prior to execute(). This would allow
                   us to have a "make -k" mode that actually did basic validation and would also
  -                encourage task writers to do validation properly.</p>
  -            </div>
  +                encourage task writers to do validation properly.
  +  </p>
  +        </div>
                             <div class="h4">
               <h4><a name="Paths">Paths</a></h4>
  -                  <p>Consider allowing the user to configure the ant system by setting the
  -                following path types.</p>
  -                        <ul>
  -                    <li>ant.type.path: path that is used to search for the type libraries</li>
  -                    <li>ant.ext.path: path that is used to search for "Optional Packages"
  -                    or extensions.</li>
  -                </ul>
  -                        <p>
  +                <p
  +        >      Consider allowing the user to configure the ant system by setting the
  +                following path types.
  +  </p>
  +                  <ul
  +        >                    $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <li
  +        >      ant.type.path: path that is used to search for the type libraries
  +  </li>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <li
  +        >      ant.ext.path: path that is used to search for "Optional Packages"
  +                    or extensions.
  +  </li>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +            </ul>
  +                  <p
  +        >      
                   The default search path will probably include a per-user path element,
                   a workspace path element and a system path elemtn that are searched in
                   that order. Some possible defaults;
  -                </p>
  -                        <ul>
  -                    <li>Unix Per-user: ${user.home}/.ant/lib, ${user.home}/.ant/ext</li>
  -                    <li>Windows Per-user: ${user.home}/ant/lib, ${user.home}/ant/ext</li>
  -                    <li>MacOSX Per-user: ${user.home}/Library/Ant/lib,
  -                    ${user.home}/Library/Ant/ext</li>
  -                    <li>Unix System-wide: /opt/ant/lib, /opt/ant/ext</li>
  -                    <li>Unix System-wide: /usr/local/ant/lib, /usr/local/ant/ext</li>
  -                    <li>Windows System-wide: %SYS_DRIVE%/Program Files/ant/lib,
  -                    %SYS_DRIVE%/Program Files/ant/ext</li>
  -                    <li>MacOSX System-wide: /Library/Ant/lib, /Library/Ant/ant/ext</li>
  -                </ul>
  -            </div>
  +                
  +  </p>
  +                  <ul
  +        >                    $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <li
  +        >      Unix Per-user: ${user.home}/.ant/lib, ${user.home}/.ant/ext
  +  </li>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <li
  +        >      Windows Per-user: ${user.home}/ant/lib, ${user.home}/ant/ext
  +  </li>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <li
  +        >      MacOSX Per-user: ${user.home}/Library/Ant/lib,
  +                    ${user.home}/Library/Ant/ext
  +  </li>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <li
  +        >      Unix System-wide: /opt/ant/lib, /opt/ant/ext
  +  </li>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <li
  +        >      Unix System-wide: /usr/local/ant/lib, /usr/local/ant/ext
  +  </li>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <li
  +        >      Windows System-wide: %SYS_DRIVE%/Program Files/ant/lib,
  +                    %SYS_DRIVE%/Program Files/ant/ext
  +  </li>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <li
  +        >      MacOSX System-wide: /Library/Ant/lib, /Library/Ant/ant/ext
  +  </li>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +            </ul>
  +        </div>
                             <div class="h4">
               <h4><a name="Ant 1.x Compatibility">Ant 1.x Compatibility</a></h4>
  -                  <p>The Ant 1 Compatibility layer is still in early stages of development.
  -                </p>
  -                        <ul>
  -                    <li>Update ant.jar and optional.jar to ant1.5 beta.</li>
  -                    <li>Get a version of <code>&lt;antcall&gt;</code> working.</li>
  -                    <li>
  -                    Provide hooks between Ant 1 references and Myrmidon properties.
  -                    May use converters for adapting Ant 2 objects (like Ant 2
  -                    <code>&lt;path&gt;</code> or <code>&lt;fileset&gt;</code>)
  -                    as Ant 1 types.
  -                    </li>
  -                    <li>Add an adaptor to convert an Ant 1 BuildListener to a
  -                    TaskListener.</li>
  -                    <li>
  -                    Missing tests:
  -                    <ul>
  -                        <li>Make sure properties are shared between Ant 1 and Myrmidon tasks.</li>
  -                    </ul>
  -                    </li>
  -                    <li>Get GUMP runs going using Myrmidon.</li>
  -                    <li>Add protected accessors for get/set/list properties in
  +                <p
  +        >      The Ant 1 Compatibility layer is still in early stages of development.
  +                
  +  </p>
  +                  <ul
  +        >                    $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <li
  +        >      Update ant.jar and optional.jar to ant1.5 beta.
  +  </li>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <li
  +        >                    $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <code
  +        >      &lt;antcall&gt;
  +  </code>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +            </li>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <li
  +        >                    $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <code
  +        >      &lt;path&gt;
  +  </code>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <code
  +        >      &lt;fileset&gt;
  +  </code>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +            </li>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <li
  +        >      Add an adaptor to convert an Ant 1 BuildListener to a
  +                    TaskListener.
  +  </li>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <li
  +        >                    $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <ul
  +        >                    $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <li
  +        >      Make sure properties are shared between Ant 1 and Myrmidon tasks.
  +  </li>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +            </ul>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +            </li>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <li
  +        >      Get GUMP runs going using Myrmidon.
  +  </li>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <li
  +        >      Add protected accessors for get/set/list properties in
                       Ant 1 Project, to minimise the amount of code duplication in
  -                    Ant1CompatProject.</li>
  -                </ul>
  -            </div>
  +                    Ant1CompatProject.
  +  </li>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +            </ul>
  +        </div>
                             <div class="h4">
               <h4><a name="Virtual File System">Virtual File System</a></h4>
  -                  <p>The VFS needs plenty of work:</p>
  -                        <ul>
  -                    <li>Move files/folders.</li>
  -                    <li>Recursive folders copy.</li>
  -                    <li>Search through a file hierarchy, using Ant-style wildcards.</li>
  -                    <li>Search through a file hierarchy, using a Selector interface.</li>
  -                    <li>The in-memory caching mechanism is pretty rudimentary at this stage.
  +                <p
  +        >      The VFS needs plenty of work:
  +  </p>
  +                  <ul
  +        >                    $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <li
  +        >      Move files/folders.
  +  </li>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <li
  +        >      Recursive folders copy.
  +  </li>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <li
  +        >      Search through a file hierarchy, using Ant-style wildcards.
  +  </li>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <li
  +        >      Search through a file hierarchy, using a Selector interface.
  +  </li>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <li
  +        >      The in-memory caching mechanism is pretty rudimentary at this stage.
                       It needs work to make it size capped.  In addition, some mechanism needs
                       to be provided to release and refresh cached info.
  -                    </li>
  -                    <li>Convert files/folders into local files, for handing off
  -                    to external commands, or legacy tasks.</li>
  -                    <li>Refactor the replication mechanism out of ZipFileSystemProvder,
  -                    and make more general pluggable.</li>
  -                    <li>Capabilities discovery.</li>
  -                    <li>Attributes and attribute schema.</li>
  -                    <li>Handle file canonicalisation better (for cases like case-insensitive
  -                    file systems, symbolic links, name encoding, etc).</li>
  -                    <li>File system layering.  That is, the ability for a file system to
  +                    
  +  </li>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <li
  +        >      Convert files/folders into local files, for handing off
  +                    to external commands, or legacy tasks.
  +  </li>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <li
  +        >      Refactor the replication mechanism out of ZipFileSystemProvder,
  +                    and make more general pluggable.
  +  </li>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <li
  +        >      Capabilities discovery.
  +  </li>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <li
  +        >      Attributes and attribute schema.
  +  </li>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <li
  +        >      Handle file canonicalisation better (for cases like case-insensitive
  +                    file systems, symbolic links, name encoding, etc).
  +  </li>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <li
  +        >      File system layering.  That is, the ability for a file system to
                       sit on top of another file system, or a file from another file system
                       (e.g. Zip/Jar/Tar file systems, gzip/encoding file systems, virtual file
                       systems).
  -                    </li>
  -                </ul>
  -            </div>
  +                    
  +  </li>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +            </ul>
  +        </div>
                             <div class="h4">
               <h4><a name="File Data-Types and Tasks">File Data-Types and Tasks</a></h4>
  -                  <p>The file data-types, such as
  -                    <code>&lt;fileset&gt;</code> and
  -
  -                    <code>&lt;path&gt;</code>, are some of the most widely used parts of Ant 1.x.
  -                Unfortunately, they aren't particularly extensible.
  -                </p>
  -                        <ul>
  -                    <li>Redesign the file data-types, replacing them with an interface-based
  -                    API, plus a set of implementations.  The API should use the VFS file
  -
  -                        <code>FileObject</code>, rather than
  -                        <code>java.io.File</code>.
  -                    This process has started, in the
  -                        <code>antlib.vfile</code> package.
  -
  -                    </li>
  -                    <li>File Selectors:
  -
  -                        <ul>
  -                            <li>Change
  -                                <code>AbstractNameFileSelector</code> to use Ant 1 style patterns
  -                            matches, rather than Globs patterns.
  -                            </li>
  -                            <li>Add 'defaultexcludes' to
  -                                <code>DefaultFileSet</code>.  Also add a
  -                            file selector implementation that matches everything except the default
  -                            excludes.
  -                            </li>
  -                            <li>Add a name selector that loads patterns from a file.</li>
  -                            <li>Add more selector implementations: size and last-modified comparisons,
  -                            checksum comparison, byte-wise content comparison.</li>
  -                        </ul>
  -                    </li>
  -                    <li>File conditions:
  -
  -                        <ul>
  -                            <li>Add more condition implementations that perform checks on files.
  -                            One that searches a path for a file would be useful.</li>
  -                        </ul>
  -                    </li>
  -                    <li>File Name Mappers:
  -
  -                        <ul>
  -                            <li>Change FileNameMapper.mapFileName() to take vfs.FileName objects.</li>
  -                            <li>Move the current mapper implementations across to antlib.</li>
  -                        </ul>
  -                    </li>
  -                    <li>File Sets:
  -
  -                        <ul>
  -                            <li>Add a file set implementation that provides the union of several
  +                <p
  +        >                    $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <code
  +        >      &lt;fileset&gt;
  +  </code>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <code
  +        >      &lt;path&gt;
  +  </code>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +            </p>
  +                  <ul
  +        >                    $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <li
  +        >                    $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <code
  +        >      FileObject
  +  </code>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <code
  +        >      java.io.File
  +  </code>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <code
  +        >      antlib.vfile
  +  </code>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +            </li>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <li
  +        >                    $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <ul
  +        >                    $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <li
  +        >                    $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <code
  +        >      AbstractNameFileSelector
  +  </code>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +            </li>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <li
  +        >                    $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <code
  +        >      DefaultFileSet
  +  </code>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +            </li>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <li
  +        >      Add a name selector that loads patterns from a file.
  +  </li>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <li
  +        >      Add more selector implementations: size and last-modified comparisons,
  +                            checksum comparison, byte-wise content comparison.
  +  </li>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +            </ul>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +            </li>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <li
  +        >                    $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <ul
  +        >                    $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <li
  +        >      Add more condition implementations that perform checks on files.
  +                            One that searches a path for a file would be useful.
  +  </li>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +            </ul>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +            </li>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <li
  +        >                    $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <ul
  +        >                    $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <li
  +        >      Change FileNameMapper.mapFileName() to take vfs.FileName objects.
  +  </li>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <li
  +        >      Move the current mapper implementations across to antlib.
  +  </li>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +            </ul>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +            </li>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <li
  +        >                    $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <ul
  +        >                    $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <li
  +        >      Add a file set implementation that provides the union of several
                               nested file sets (that is, a file set that merges several file sets
  -                            together).</li>
  -                            <li>Add a file set implementation that filters files that are up-to-date
  +                            together).
  +  </li>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <li
  +        >      Add a file set implementation that filters files that are up-to-date
                               WRT some other file.  Alternatively, this might be better done as a
  -                            file selector.</li>
  -                        </ul>
  -                    </li>
  -                    <li>Paths:
  -
  -                        <ul>
  -                            <li>Add path implementations that evaluate to the system classpath,
  -                            and the ant runtime classpath.  Or, more generally, combine this with
  -
  -                                <code>ClassLoaderManager</code> to evaluate to the classpath of any
  -                            'library' (e.g. system classpath, ant runtime, tools.jar,
  -                            an antlib, an installed extension, or the system classes of another JVM
  -                            for cross-compiling).
  -                            </li>
  -                        </ul>
  -                    </li>
  -                    <li>Port across the Ant 1 file filter proposal, once it is complete.</li>
  -                    <li>Copy task:
  -
  -                        <ul>
  -                            <li>Implement 'preservelastmodified', 'overwrite', and 'includeemptydirs'.</li>
  -                            <li>Support a file name mapper.</li>
  -                            <li>Support file filters.</li>
  -                            <li>Detect and handle destination file name collisions.</li>
  -                        </ul>
  -                    </li>
  -                    <li>Implement the
  -                        <code>&lt;move&gt;</code>,
  -                        <code>&lt;delete&gt;</code>,
  -
  -                        <code>&lt;touch&gt;</code> and
  -                        <code>&lt;mkdir&gt;</code> tasks on top
  -                    of the VFS and the new file data-types.  Might be some scope for generalising
  -                    'touch' and 'mkdir' into a single task.
  -                    </li>
  -                </ul>
  -            </div>
  +                            file selector.
  +  </li>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +            </ul>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +            </li>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <li
  +        >                    $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <ul
  +        >                    $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <li
  +        >                    $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <code
  +        >      ClassLoaderManager
  +  </code>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +            </li>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +            </ul>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +            </li>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <li
  +        >      Port across the Ant 1 file filter proposal, once it is complete.
  +  </li>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <li
  +        >                    $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <ul
  +        >                    $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <li
  +        >      Implement 'preservelastmodified', 'overwrite', and 'includeemptydirs'.
  +  </li>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <li
  +        >      Support a file name mapper.
  +  </li>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <li
  +        >      Support file filters.
  +  </li>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <li
  +        >      Detect and handle destination file name collisions.
  +  </li>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +            </ul>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +            </li>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <li
  +        >                    $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <code
  +        >      &lt;move&gt;
  +  </code>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <code
  +        >      &lt;delete&gt;
  +  </code>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <code
  +        >      &lt;touch&gt;
  +  </code>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <code
  +        >      &lt;mkdir&gt;
  +  </code>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +            </li>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +            </ul>
  +        </div>
                             <div class="h4">
               <h4><a name="Command-line and Configuration Files">Command-line and Configuration Files</a></h4>
  -                  <p>One of the goals of Ant 2 is to allow the user to easily customise and
  +                <p
  +        >      One of the goals of Ant 2 is to allow the user to easily customise and
                   extend Ant.  The command-line and local configuration files, are two places
                   where this would be done.  Currently, Myrmidon some customisation from the
  -                command-line, but does not support configuration files.</p>
  -                        <ul>
  -
  -                    <li>Load configuration from system (from $ANT_HOME) and user (from $HOME)
  -                    configuration files.</li>
  -
  -                    <li>Allow the following via config files:
  -
  -                        <ul>
  -                            <li>Add (or override) the
  -                                <code>lib</code> and
  -                                <code>ext</code> directories.
  -                            </li>
  -                            <li>Enable more than one listener, and configure the listeners from
  -                            the conents of the config file.</li>
  -                            <li>Import libraries, and set properties.</li>
  -                            <li>Execute tasks.</li>
  -                            <li>Install and configure runtime services.</li>
  -                        </ul>
  -                    </li>
  -
  -                </ul>
  -            </div>
  +                command-line, but does not support configuration files.
  +  </p>
  +                  <ul
  +        >                    $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <li
  +        >      Load configuration from system (from $ANT_HOME) and user (from $HOME)
  +                    configuration files.
  +  </li>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <li
  +        >                    $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <ul
  +        >                    $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <li
  +        >                    $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <code
  +        >      lib
  +  </code>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <code
  +        >      ext
  +  </code>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +            </li>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <li
  +        >      Enable more than one listener, and configure the listeners from
  +                            the conents of the config file.
  +  </li>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <li
  +        >      Import libraries, and set properties.
  +  </li>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <li
  +        >      Execute tasks.
  +  </li>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <li
  +        >      Install and configure runtime services.
  +  </li>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +            </ul>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +            </li>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +            </ul>
  +        </div>
                             <div class="h4">
               <h4><a name="Scripting">Scripting</a></h4>
  -                  <p>Add the ability to extend Ant using languages other than
  -                Java:</p>
  -                        <ul>
  -                    <li>Define a task using a scripting language such as Javascript.</li>
  -                    <li>Use Rhino's ability to implement Java interfaces, to
  +                <p
  +        >      Add the ability to extend Ant using languages other than
  +                Java:
  +  </p>
  +                  <ul
  +        >                    $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <li
  +        >      Define a task using a scripting language such as Javascript.
  +  </li>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <li
  +        >      Use Rhino's ability to implement Java interfaces, to
                       implement and define types, such as FileSelector, or
  -                    Condition.</li>
  -                    <li>Define a task using template.</li>
  -                    <li>Add some lightweight scripting tasks.</li>
  -                </ul>
  -            </div>
  +                    Condition.
  +  </li>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <li
  +        >      Define a task using template.
  +  </li>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <li
  +        >      Add some lightweight scripting tasks.
  +  </li>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +            </ul>
  +        </div>
                             <div class="h4">
               <h4><a name="Documentation">Documentation</a></h4>
  -                  <p>Everyone loves writing documentation, and so a goal for Ant 2 is to
  +                <p
  +        >      Everyone loves writing documentation, and so a goal for Ant 2 is to
                   generate a lot of reference documentation for tasks and other types directly
                   from the source.  Unfortunately, there's still plenty of tutorial material
  -                to write.  In particular we need these:</p>
  -                        <ul>
  -                    <li>User documentation - describing things like the build file format,
  +                to write.  In particular we need these:
  +  </p>
  +                  <ul
  +        >                    $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <li
  +        >      User documentation - describing things like the build file format,
                       how properties work, how to use references, how sub-builds work, how to customise
  -                    Myrmidon, and so on.</li>
  -
  -                    <li>Task writer documentation - describing things like an overview the task API,
  +                    Myrmidon, and so on.
  +  </li>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <li
  +        >      Task writer documentation - describing things like an overview the task API,
                       how configuration works, task lifecycle, how to assemble an antlib, a catalog
  -                    of the runtime services, and so on.</li>
  -
  -                    <li>Myrmidon developer documentation - a broad outline of the architecture,
  +                    of the runtime services, and so on.
  +  </li>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <li
  +        >      Myrmidon developer documentation - a broad outline of the architecture,
                       how to build, how to test, and so on.  Also, this todo list needs plenty
  -                    of filling out.</li>
  -
  -                </ul>
  -            </div>
  +                    of filling out.
  +  </li>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +            </ul>
  +        </div>
                             <div class="h4">
               <h4><a name="Miscellaneous">Miscellaneous</a></h4>
  -                  <p>A completely unordered list of items, big and small:</p>
  -                        <ul>
  -                    <li>Search through the code for 'TODO' items and fix them.</li>
  -                    <li>Detect duplicate type names.</li>
  -                    <li>Validate type and role names.</li>
  -                    <li>Move the
  -                        <code>&lt;http&gt;</code> and
  -                        <code>&lt;socket&gt;</code>
  -                    conditions to an antlib.
  -                    </li>
  -                    <li>Add an else block to the
  -                        <code>&lt;if&gt;</code> task.
  -                    </li>
  -                    <li>Move the XML parser to <code>bin/lib</code> in the distribution,
  -                    and make available to other jars via the extension mechanism.
  -                    </li>
  -                    <li>Change <code>DefaultPropertyResolver</code> to ignore '$${'.</li>
  -                    <li>Add a property resolver which uses xpath to resolve values.</li>
  -                    <li>Change <code>ProjectBuilder</code>
  -                        and <code>Embeddor</code> to throw something more
  -                        specialised than Exception.
  -                    </li>
  -                    <li>Change <code>DefaultLibraryManager</code> to handle
  -                        directories as part of a library classpath.
  -                    </li>
  -                    <li><code>&lt;condition&gt;</code> should set the property
  -                        value to <code>false</code> when the condition is false.</li>
  -                    <li>Split the <code>&lt;uptodate&gt;</code> condition into
  -                        a condition that checks against a single target file,
  -                        and one which checks using a destdir/mapper.</li>
  -                    <li>Add condition implementations to: check JVM version,
  +                <p
  +        >      A completely unordered list of items, big and small:
  +  </p>
  +                  <ul
  +        >                    $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <li
  +        >      Search through the code for 'TODO' items and fix them.
  +  </li>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <li
  +        >      Detect duplicate type names.
  +  </li>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <li
  +        >      Validate type and role names.
  +  </li>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <li
  +        >                    $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <code
  +        >      &lt;http&gt;
  +  </code>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <code
  +        >      &lt;socket&gt;
  +  </code>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +            </li>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <li
  +        >                    $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <code
  +        >      &lt;if&gt;
  +  </code>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +            </li>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <li
  +        >                    $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <code
  +        >      bin/lib
  +  </code>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +            </li>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <li
  +        >                    $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <code
  +        >      DefaultPropertyResolver
  +  </code>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +            </li>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <li
  +        >      Add a property resolver which uses xpath to resolve values.
  +  </li>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <li
  +        >                    $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <code
  +        >      ProjectBuilder
  +  </code>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <code
  +        >      Embeddor
  +  </code>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +            </li>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <li
  +        >                    $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <code
  +        >      DefaultLibraryManager
  +  </code>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +            </li>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <li
  +        >                          <code
  +        >      &lt;condition&gt;
  +  </code>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <code
  +        >      false
  +  </code>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +            </li>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <li
  +        >                    $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <code
  +        >      &lt;uptodate&gt;
  +  </code>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +            </li>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <li
  +        >      Add condition implementations to: check JVM version,
                           check Ant version, check whether a particular antlib or extension is
  -                        available, match a string against a regular expression.</li>
  -                    <li>Add a task to unset a property.</li>
  -                    <li>Change the typelib, import and -def tasks to allow more than one
  -                    type to be specified.</li>
  -                    <li>Use AUT jprocess in the ExecuteJava class, running the
  +                        available, match a string against a regular expression.
  +  </li>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <li
  +        >      Add a task to unset a property.
  +  </li>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <li
  +        >      Change the typelib, import and -def tasks to allow more than one
  +                    type to be specified.
  +  </li>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <li
  +        >      Use AUT jprocess in the ExecuteJava class, running the
                       app in another thread.  This will allow setting system properties
  -                    to be re-enabled.</li>
  -                    <li>Change DefaultEmbeddor to implement ExecutionContainer,
  +                    to be re-enabled.
  +  </li>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <li
  +        >      Change DefaultEmbeddor to implement ExecutionContainer,
                       to allow it to be supplied with initial properties, services,
  -                    logger, etc.</li>
  -                    <li>Add a ScopedService interface, to replace
  -                    TypeManager.createChildTypeManager(), Deployer.createChildDeployer, etc.</li>
  -                    <li>Configurer needs to be scoped.  RoleManager probably does too.</li>
  -                </ul>
  -            </div>
  +                    logger, etc.
  +  </li>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <li
  +        >      Add a ScopedService interface, to replace
  +                    TypeManager.createChildTypeManager(), Deployer.createChildDeployer, etc.
  +  </li>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <li
  +        >      Configurer needs to be scoped.  RoleManager probably does too.
  +  </li>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +            </ul>
  +        </div>
               </div>
                 </div></div></td>
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  +++ vfs.html	13 Jun 2002 08:14:39 -0000	1.7
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             <td><div id="bodycol"><div class="app">
           <div class="h3">
               <h3><a name="Handling Files">Handling Files</a></h3>
  -                  <p>Myrmidon includes a Virtual File System (VFS), which allows files from
  +                        <p
  +        >      Myrmidon includes a Virtual File System (VFS), which allows files from
               different sources to be treated identically.  The VFS currently supports
  -            the following file types:</p>
  -                          <table cellpadding="3" cellspacing="2" border="1" width="100%">
  +            the following file types:
  +  </p>
  +                                  <table cellpadding="3" cellspacing="2" border="1" width="100%">
                       <tr class="a">
                   <th
             >
  -          File System
  -      </th>
  +                File System
  +        </th>
                     <th
             >
  -          Description
  -      </th>
  +                Description
  +        </th>
                     <th
             >
  -          URL Format
  -      </th>
  +                URL Format
  +        </th>
           </tr>
                           <tr class="b">
                   <td
             >
  -          Local Files
  -      </td>
  +                Local Files
  +        </td>
                     <td
             >
  -          Files on the local file system.
  -      </td>
  +                Files on the local file system.
  +        </td>
                     <td
             >
  -          Three different formats are currently supported for local file names:
  -                        <ul>
  -                            <li><code>file://</code> <i>absolute-file-name</i></li>
  -                            <li>Absolute file names</li>
  -                            <li>Relative file names.  These are resolved relative to the
  +                              $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <ul
  +        >                    $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <li
  +        >                          <code
  +        >      file://
  +  </code>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <i
  +        >      absolute-file-name
  +  </i>
  +              </li>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <li
  +        >      Absolute file names
  +  </li>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <li
  +        >      Relative file names.  These are resolved relative to the
                               project's base directory.
  -                            </li>
  -                        </ul>
  -                    
  -      </td>
  +                            
  +  </li>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +            </ul>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                  </td>
           </tr>
                           <tr class="a">
                   <td
             >
  -          Zip Files
  -      </td>
  +                Zip Files
  +        </td>
                     <td
             >
  -          The contents of Zip files (and Jar, War, and Ear files).
  +                The contents of Zip files (and Jar, War, and Ear files).
                       Currently, the VFS supports read-only access to Zip file contents.
  -      </td>
  +        </td>
                     <td
             >
  -          <code>zip:</code> <i>zip-file-uri</i> [<code>!</code><i>absolute-path</i>]
  -      </td>
  +                                    <code
  +        >      zip:
  +  </code>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <i
  +        >      zip-file-uri
  +  </i>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <code
  +        >      !
  +  </code>
  +                                <i
  +        >      absolute-path
  +  </i>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                  </td>
           </tr>
                           <tr class="b">
                   <td
             >
  -          FTP
  -      </td>
  +                FTP
  +        </td>
                     <td
             >
  -          Files on an FTP server.
  -      </td>
  +                Files on an FTP server.
  +        </td>
                     <td
             >
  -          <code>ftp://</code> [[<i>password</i><code>:</code>] <i>username</i><code>@</code>] <i>hostname</i> [<code>:</code><i>port</i>] [<i>absolute-path</i>]
  -      </td>
  +                                    <code
  +        >      ftp://
  +  </code>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <i
  +        >      password
  +  </i>
  +                                <code
  +        >      :
  +  </code>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <i
  +        >      username
  +  </i>
  +                                <code
  +        >      @
  +  </code>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <i
  +        >      hostname
  +  </i>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <code
  +        >      :
  +  </code>
  +                                <i
  +        >      port
  +  </i>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <i
  +        >      absolute-path
  +  </i>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                  </td>
           </tr>
                           <tr class="a">
                   <td
             >
  -          SMB
  -      </td>
  +                SMB
  +        </td>
                     <td
             >
  -          Files on a CFIS server, such as Samba or Windows shares.
  -      </td>
  +                Files on a CFIS server, such as Samba or Windows shares.
  +        </td>
                     <td
             >
  -          <code>smb://</code> [[<i>password</i><code>:</code>] <i>username</i><code>@</code>] <i>hostname</i> [<code>:</code><i>port</i>] [<i>absolute-path</i>]
  -      </td>
  +                                    <code
  +        >      smb://
  +  </code>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <i
  +        >      password
  +  </i>
  +                                <code
  +        >      :
  +  </code>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <i
  +        >      username
  +  </i>
  +                                <code
  +        >      @
  +  </code>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <i
  +        >      hostname
  +  </i>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <code
  +        >      :
  +  </code>
  +                                <i
  +        >      port
  +  </i>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <i
  +        >      absolute-path
  +  </i>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                  </td>
           </tr>
           </table>
  -                        <p>Both forward or backward slashes can be used to separate the elements of
  -            a URL.</p>
  -                        <p>Here are some example URLs:</p>
  -                        <ul>
  -                <li><code>build/classes</code></li>
  -                <li><code>c:\program files\ant\bin</code></li>
  -                <li><code>file://C:/program files/ant</code></li>
  -                <li><code>zip:build/lib/ant.jar!/org/apache/tools</code></li>
  -                <li><code>ftp://adam@somehost/pub/downloads</code></li>
  -                <li><code>smb://password:adam@somehost/home/adam</code></li>
  +                                <p
  +        >      Both forward or backward slashes can be used to separate the elements of
  +            a URL.
  +  </p>
  +                                <p
  +        >      Here are some example URLs:
  +  </p>
  +                                <ul
  +        >                    $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <li
  +        >                          <code
  +        >      build/classes
  +  </code>
  +              </li>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <li
  +        >                          <code
  +        >      c:\program files\ant\bin
  +  </code>
  +              </li>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <li
  +        >                          <code
  +        >      file://C:/program files/ant
  +  </code>
  +              </li>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <li
  +        >                          <code
  +        >      zip:build/lib/ant.jar!/org/apache/tools
  +  </code>
  +              </li>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <li
  +        >                          <code
  +        >      ftp://adam@somehost/pub/downloads
  +  </code>
  +              </li>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <li
  +        >                          <code
  +        >      smb://password:adam@somehost/home/adam
  +  </code>
  +              </li>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
               </ul>
  -                        <p>Currently, there are only a handful of VFS aware tasks.  This will grow
  -            as more tasks are ported to the new API, and data types.</p>
  -                          <div class="h4">
  +                                <p
  +        >      Currently, there are only a handful of VFS aware tasks.  This will grow
  +            as more tasks are ported to the new API, and data types.
  +  </p>
  +                            <div class="h4">
               <h4><a name="File Sets">File Sets</a></h4>
  -                  <p>A file set in Myrmidon is more general than Ant 1's concept of a file set.
  -                Firstly, there is more than one type of file set.  Secondly, they are VFS enabled.
  -                File sets are automatically converted to a <a href="#Paths">path</a>, and so
  -                can be used anywhere that a path can.</p>
  -                        <h3><code>&lt;v-fileset&gt;</code></h3>
  -                        <p>This is the equivalent of Ant 1's <code>&lt;fileset&gt;</code> (The name
  -                is temporary, it will be changed to <code>&lt;fileset&gt;</code> once more
  -                porting work as been completed).</p>
  -                        <p>Rather than use a set of include and exclude patterns to choose the files
  -                that make up the file set, <code>&lt;v-fileset&gt;</code> takes zero or more
  -                <a href="#File Selectors">file selectors</a>.  File selectors can be used to
  -                select files based on any attribute of the file, rather than just the name.
  -                You can use <code>&lt;name&gt;</code> selectors to achieve the same result
  -                as using includes or excludes.</p>
  -                        <p>A <code>&lt;v-fileset&gt;</code> element takes the following attributes:</p>
  -                          <table cellpadding="3" cellspacing="2" border="1" width="100%">
  +                <p
  +        >                    $escape.getText( $child )
  +                                    <a href="#Paths">path</a>
  +                            $escape.getText( $child )
  +            </p>
  +                  <h3
  +        >                          <code
  +        >      &lt;v-fileset&gt;
  +  </code>
  +              </h3>
  +                  <p
  +        >                    $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <code
  +        >      &lt;fileset&gt;
  +  </code>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <code
  +        >      &lt;fileset&gt;
  +  </code>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +            </p>
  +                  <p
  +        >                    $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <code
  +        >      &lt;v-fileset&gt;
  +  </code>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                                    <a href="#File Selectors">file selectors</a>
  +                            $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <code
  +        >      &lt;name&gt;
  +  </code>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +            </p>
  +                  <p
  +        >                    $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <code
  +        >      &lt;v-fileset&gt;
  +  </code>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +            </p>
  +                    <table cellpadding="3" cellspacing="2" border="1" width="100%">
                       <tr class="a">
                   <th
             >
  -          Attribute
  -      </th>
  +                Attribute
  +        </th>
                     <th
             >
  -          Description
  -      </th>
  +                Description
  +        </th>
                     <th
             >
  -          Default Value
  -      </th>
  +                Default Value
  +        </th>
           </tr>
                           <tr class="b">
                   <td
             >
  -          dir
  -      </td>
  +                dir
  +        </td>
                     <td
             >
  -          The base directory for the file set.  This can be any URL that the
  +                The base directory for the file set.  This can be any URL that the
                           VFS supports.
  -      </td>
  +        </td>
                     <td
             >
  -          Required
  -      </td>
  +                Required
  +        </td>
           </tr>
           </table>
  -                        <p>A <code>&lt;v-fileset&gt;</code> element takes any number of nested
  -                <a href="#File Selectors">file selector</a> elements.  To be included in the
  -                file set, a file must be selected by all the file selectors.  That is, the
  -                file selectors are implicitly AND-ed together.  If no file selector is provided,
  -                all the files and directories are included in the set.</p>
  -                        <p>An example:</p>
  -                          <div id="source">
  -    <pre>
  -
  -&lt;v-fileset dir=&quot;src&quot;&gt;
  +                  <p
  +        >                    $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <code
  +        >      &lt;v-fileset&gt;
  +  </code>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +                                    <a href="#File Selectors">file selector</a>
  +                            $escape.getText( $child )
  +            </p>
  +                  <p
  +        >      An example:
  +  </p>
  +                    <div id="source">
  +    <pre>&lt;v-fileset dir=&quot;src&quot;&gt;
       &lt;name pattern=&quot;org/apache/tools/ant/**&quot;/&gt;
       &lt;is-file/&gt;
  -&lt;/v-fileset&gt;
  -</pre>
  +&lt;/v-fileset&gt;</pre>
     </div>
  -                        <h3><code>&lt;flat-fileset&gt;</code></h3>
  -                        <p>This file set takes a set of nested file sets and paths, and flattens them
  -                into a single directory.  It can be used as a way of converting a path into a
  -                file set.  It can also be used as a replacement for the <code>flatten</code>
  -                attribute for the copy and move tasks.</p>
  -                        <p>A <code>&lt;flat-fileset&gt;</code> element takes no attributes, and a set
  -                of nested paths or file sets.</p>
  -                        <p>An example:</p>
  -                          <div id="source">
  -    <pre>
  -
  -&lt;v-copy todir=&quot;dist/lib&quot;&gt;
  +                  <h3
  +        >                          <code
  +        >      &lt;flat-fileset&gt;
  +  </code>
  +              </h3>
  +                  <p
  +        >                    $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <code
  +        >      flatten
  +  </code>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +            </p>
  +                  <p
  +        >                    $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <code
  +        >      &lt;flat-fileset&gt;
  +  </code>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +            </p>
  +                  <p
  +        >      An example:
  +  </p>
  +                    <div id="source">
  +    <pre>&lt;v-copy todir=&quot;dist/lib&quot;&gt;
     &lt;flat-fileset&gt;
       &lt;v-fileset dir=&quot;build/lib&quot;&gt;
         &lt;basename pattern=&quot;*.jar&quot;/&gt;
       &lt;v-fileset&gt;
       &lt;v-path path=&quot;${classpath}&quot;/&gt;
     &lt;/flat-fileset&gt;
  -&lt;/v-copy&gt;
  -</pre>
  +&lt;/v-copy&gt;</pre>
     </div>
  -                        <h3><code>&lt;mapped-fileset&gt;</code></h3>
  -                        <p>A fileset that applies a <a href="buildfile.html#File Name Mappers">file name mapper</a>
  -                    to a nested fileset.
  -                </p>
  -            </div>
  +                  <h3
  +        >                          <code
  +        >      &lt;mapped-fileset&gt;
  +  </code>
  +              </h3>
  +                  <p
  +        >                    $escape.getText( $child )
  +                                    <a href="buildfile.html#File Name Mappers">file name mapper</a>
  +                            $escape.getText( $child )
  +            </p>
  +        </div>
                             <div class="h4">
               <h4><a name="Paths">Paths</a></h4>
  -                  <p>Paths are an ordered list of files.</p>
  -                        <h3><code>&lt;v-path&gt;</code></h3>
  -                        <p>This is the equivalent of Ant 1's <code>&lt;path&gt;</code>.</p>
  -                        <h3><code>&lt;filtered-path&gt;</code></h3>
  -                        <p>A path that applies file selectors to a set of nested file sets and paths.</p>
  -            </div>
  +                <p
  +        >      Paths are an ordered list of files.
  +  </p>
  +                  <h3
  +        >                          <code
  +        >      &lt;v-path&gt;
  +  </code>
  +              </h3>
  +                  <p
  +        >                    $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <code
  +        >      &lt;path&gt;
  +  </code>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +            </p>
  +                  <h3
  +        >                          <code
  +        >      &lt;filtered-path&gt;
  +  </code>
  +              </h3>
  +                  <p
  +        >      A path that applies file selectors to a set of nested file sets and paths.
  +  </p>
  +        </div>
                             <div class="h4">
               <h4><a name="File Selectors">File Selectors</a></h4>
  -                  <p>File selectors are used to select files from file sets and paths.</p>
  -                        <h3><code>&lt;and&gt;</code></h3>
  -                        <p>Combines zero or more file selectors, using AND. An empty <code>&lt;and&gt;</code>
  -                selector accepts all files.</p>
  -                        <h3><code>&lt;basename&gt;</code></h3>
  -                        <p>Selects files whose base name matches an Ant 1 style pattern, or a regular
  -                expression.</p>
  -                        <h3><code>&lt;condition&gt;</code></h3>
  -                        <p>Takes a set of <a href="buildfile.html#Conditions">conditions</a>.  If
  -                the conditions evaluate to true, then select every file.  Otherwise,
  -                select no files.</p>
  -                        <h3><code>&lt;exists&gt;</code></h3>
  -                        <p>Selects files that exist.</p>
  -                        <h3><code>&lt;is-empty-folder&gt;</code></h3>
  -                        <p>Selects empty folders, that is, folders that have no children.</p>
  -                        <h3><code>&lt;is-folder&gt;</code></h3>
  -                        <p>Selects folders, does not select regular files.</p>
  -                        <h3><code>&lt;is-file&gt;</code></h3>
  -                        <p>Selects regular files, does not select folders.</p>
  -                        <h3><code>&lt;name&gt;</code></h3>
  -                        <p>Selects files whose path in a file set matches an Ant 1 style pattern, or
  -                a regular expression.</p>
  -                        <h3><code>&lt;not&gt;</code></h3>
  -                        <p>Selects files that are not selected by a nested file selector.</p>
  -                        <h3><code>&lt;or&gt;</code></h3>
  -                        <p>Combines zero or more file selectors, using OR. An empty <code>&lt;or&gt;</code>
  -                selector accepts all files.</p>
  -                        <h3><code>&lt;url&gt;</code></h3>
  -                        <p>Selects files whose URL matches an Ant 1 style pattern, or a regular expression.</p>
  -            </div>
  +                <p
  +        >      File selectors are used to select files from file sets and paths.
  +  </p>
  +                  <h3
  +        >                          <code
  +        >      &lt;and&gt;
  +  </code>
  +              </h3>
  +                  <p
  +        >                    $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <code
  +        >      &lt;and&gt;
  +  </code>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +            </p>
  +                  <h3
  +        >                          <code
  +        >      &lt;basename&gt;
  +  </code>
  +              </h3>
  +                  <p
  +        >      Selects files whose base name matches an Ant 1 style pattern, or a regular
  +                expression.
  +  </p>
  +                  <h3
  +        >                          <code
  +        >      &lt;condition&gt;
  +  </code>
  +              </h3>
  +                  <p
  +        >                    $escape.getText( $child )
  +                                    <a href="buildfile.html#Conditions">conditions</a>
  +                            $escape.getText( $child )
  +            </p>
  +                  <h3
  +        >                          <code
  +        >      &lt;exists&gt;
  +  </code>
  +              </h3>
  +                  <p
  +        >      Selects files that exist.
  +  </p>
  +                  <h3
  +        >                          <code
  +        >      &lt;is-empty-folder&gt;
  +  </code>
  +              </h3>
  +                  <p
  +        >      Selects empty folders, that is, folders that have no children.
  +  </p>
  +                  <h3
  +        >                          <code
  +        >      &lt;is-folder&gt;
  +  </code>
  +              </h3>
  +                  <p
  +        >      Selects folders, does not select regular files.
  +  </p>
  +                  <h3
  +        >                          <code
  +        >      &lt;is-file&gt;
  +  </code>
  +              </h3>
  +                  <p
  +        >      Selects regular files, does not select folders.
  +  </p>
  +                  <h3
  +        >                          <code
  +        >      &lt;name&gt;
  +  </code>
  +              </h3>
  +                  <p
  +        >      Selects files whose path in a file set matches an Ant 1 style pattern, or
  +                a regular expression.
  +  </p>
  +                  <h3
  +        >                          <code
  +        >      &lt;not&gt;
  +  </code>
  +              </h3>
  +                  <p
  +        >      Selects files that are not selected by a nested file selector.
  +  </p>
  +                  <h3
  +        >                          <code
  +        >      &lt;or&gt;
  +  </code>
  +              </h3>
  +                  <p
  +        >                    $escape.getText( $child )
  +                              <code
  +        >      &lt;or&gt;
  +  </code>
  +                          $escape.getText( $child )
  +            </p>
  +                  <h3
  +        >                          <code
  +        >      &lt;url&gt;
  +  </code>
  +              </h3>
  +                  <p
  +        >      Selects files whose URL matches an Ant 1 style pattern, or a regular expression.
  +  </p>
  +        </div>
               </div>
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  Index: tigris.css
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  RCS file: /home/cvs/jakarta-ant-myrmidon/site/docs/css/tigris.css,v
  retrieving revision 1.1
  retrieving revision 1.2
  diff -u -r1.1 -r1.2
  --- tigris.css	6 Jun 2002 12:54:29 -0000	1.1
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  @@ -223,7 +223,7 @@
    font-size: small
    }
   small, div#footer td, div#login, div.tabs th, div.tabs td, input, select, .paginate, .functnbar, .functnbar2, .functnbar3, #breadcrumbs td, .courtesylinks, #rightcol div.help, .colbar, .tasknav, body.docs div#toc, #leftcol {
  - font-size: xx-small;
  + font-size: x-small;
    voice-family: "\"}\"";
    voice-family: inherit;
    font-size: x-small
  
  
  

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