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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 18128] - Dependset srcfileset does not handle absolute path
Date Wed, 19 Mar 2003 17:00:45 GMT
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Dependset srcfileset does not handle absolute path





------- Additional Comments From mxlehma@qwest.com  2003-03-19 17:00 -------
I had already tried this, but I tried it again just to be sure, and no that 
doesn't work either.

The filename is actually created as an enviroment variable which is passed into 
a property using the location parameter, which creates an absolute path to the 
file location, if the env variable is relative.

        <property name="buildPropsFile" 
location="${localEnv.BUILD_PROPS_FILE}" />

Then I was trying to use it as follows:
        <dependset>
            <srcfileset dir="/" includes="${buildPropsFile}" />
            <targetfileset dir="${build.ejb}" includes="${messageTempFile}" />
        </dependset>

So the filename is really system independent.  I reported the problem without 
the property setting because it is easier to test that way.

                <include name="${buildPropsFile}" />

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