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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 17871] - war task's webxml attrib no longer is able to use value with a starting backslash for the path in Windows
Date Wed, 12 Mar 2003 17:04:25 GMT
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war task's webxml attrib no longer is able to use value with a starting backslash for the
path in Windows





------- Additional Comments From bodewig@apache.org  2003-03-12 17:04 -------
Hmm,

the main change is that the webxml attribute now uses <fileset>'s file
attribute internally.  I don't have Windows around, could you please try this
snippet and port the result?

<path id="foo">
  <fileset file="\Xxx\Yyy\Zzz.xml"/>
</path>
<property name="foo-as-prop" refid="foo"/>
<echo>${foo-as-prop}</echo>

and compare it to

<path id="foo">
  <fileset file="D:\Xxx\Yyy\Zzz.xml"/>
</path>
<property name="foo-as-prop" refid="foo"/>
<echo>${foo-as-prop}</echo>

they are supposed to echo the same file name.

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