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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 14363] New: - filterset can not be refereced by refid in a sub-project
Date Thu, 07 Nov 2002 18:25:36 GMT
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filterset can not be refereced by refid in a sub-project

           Summary: filterset can not be refereced by refid in a sub-project
           Product: Ant
           Version: 1.5.1
          Platform: PC
        OS/Version: Windows NT/2K
            Status: NEW
          Severity: Normal
          Priority: Other
         Component: Core
        AssignedTo: ant-dev@jakarta.apache.org
        ReportedBy: arvanitis@scra.org


If I define a filterset and assign it an id in my main build file, I can not 
access it from my subprojects (even with the inheritRefs argument set 
to "true". Other references (path, etc) are visible to my subproject.

I am creating a filterset in my main project that looks like this:

<filterset id="myFilterset">
  <filter token="ATTACHMENT_UPLOAD_DIR" value="${attachment.upload.dir}"/>
  <filter token="ATTACHMENT_DOWNLOAD_DIR" value="${attachment.download.dir}"/>
</filterset>

If I reference the filterset by refid inside of this ant and it works fine. I 
then call a task in a subproject using:

    <target name="mySubproject" >
        <ant antfile="${subproject.dir}/subproject.xml" 
            inheritAll="true" 
            inheritRefs="true" 
            target="mySubprojectTask"/>
    </target>

This subproject contains the code:

 <copy todir="${copy.to.dir}">
   <fileset dir="${copy.from.dir}">
      <include name="**/*.xml" />
   </fileset>
   <filterset refid="myFilterset"/>
</copy>

The ant build process errors out and displays a message saying that the 
myFilterset reference has not been defined. If I cut and paste the filterset 
definition as-is into the subproject, the build process works fine, so I have 
verified that its not an error in the definition, or the subproject target. 
This same subproject target uses various paths set up in the main project, so I 
have verified that other items (paths) are visible when the ant subproject task 
is called.

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