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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 12632] - [PATCH] New <lsync> to synchronize a local directory from one or more <fileset>s
Date Mon, 16 Sep 2002 15:49:55 GMT
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------- Additional Comments From ddevienne@lgc.com  2002-09-16 15:49 -------
Honestly, I don't Stefan...

I know I need to use a sub-class of Copy/<copy>, since I want to intercept the 
call to a protected method. And I need to internally create this custom MyCopy 
task.

The way I have composed existing tasks in the recent past was to use 
Project#createTask, as this seems to have been the recommended way. I was not 
very sure how to properly initialize the custom task, so I went the easy route 
(and safe route I felt as well) of taskdefing it using a unique name so that 
Project#createTask would work.

So I guess the answer is probably NO. I don't need it, I just did it that way 
because I didn't know the right way to do it otherwise (or even what was the 
correct way in this situation).

I'll happily change that to whatever you tell me is the correct way of doing 
this.

Thanks for your comments. --DD

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