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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 13137] - Semicolon as path separator.
Date Wed, 02 Oct 2002 06:39:02 GMT
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Semicolon as path separator.

bodewig@apache.org changed:

           What    |Removed                     |Added
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           Severity|Normal                      |Enhancement



------- Additional Comments From bodewig@apache.org  2002-10-02 06:39 -------
OK, there are newlines in your path attribute, but if you say they because of
this box ...

Things that should work:

<arg
path="${project.destdir.felles}/ekompfellesrutiner.jar;${project.destdir.tarifferingfelles}/tarifferingfellesEJB.jar;${project.destdir.tarifferingbil}\tarifferingbilEJB2.jar"/>

no whitespace at all, that is important.

The more anty way:

<path id="whatever">
  <pathelement location="${project.destdir.felles}/ekompfellesrutiner.jar"/>
  <pathelement
location="${project.destdir.tarifferingfelles}/tarifferingfellesEJB.jar"/>
  <pathelement location="${project.destdir.tarifferingbil}\tarifferingbilEJB2.jar"/>
</path>

<property name="whatever-as-property" refid="whatever"/>

outside of your <exec> (no semicolon required, quite the opposite) and then
within your <exec>

<arg path="${whatever-as-property}"/>

We should keep this report as an enhancement request for a new attribute to
arg that removes the need for the intermediate property.

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