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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 18128] - <fileset>s don't support sets of absolute filenames
Date Mon, 19 May 2003 16:48:15 GMT
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<fileset>s don't support sets of absolute filenames





------- Additional Comments From mxlehma@qwest.com  2003-05-19 16:48 -------
The new 1.5.3 version breaks my workaround.  I can no longer use srcfilelist as 
follows:

        <dependset>
            <srcfilelist dir="/" files="D:/config/env/build.properties" />
            <targetfileset dir="${build.ejb}" includes="${messageTempFile}" />
        </dependset>

So my compiles build everything all the time because ant thinks the file 
doesn't exist.

I like the proposed option of making dir optional.  Another possibility is to 
treat files as an absolute path if dir="".  Or, implement both options.  If 
this does get implemented, just make sure it is implemented for fileset, 
filelist, srcfileset, srcfilelist, and any other set or list operations that 
work the same way.

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