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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 32041] - want to remember a value set within a task next time the task is called
Date Wed, 03 Nov 2004 22:04:18 GMT
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want to remember a value set within a task next time the task is called





------- Additional Comments From benjamin@yangtemko.com  2004-11-03 22:04 -------
It looks like when using <macrodef> I lose the ability to inherit "depends"
Targets, since <macrodef> is only defining Tasks, not Targets?  I want my
project's Target to have its own list of dependancies in it which are checked
before my project's Target is run, and then to have the <rdeploy> Target I'm
executing via <antcall> have ITS own set of dependancies, which are project
independant, checked before it runs.  

I suppose I could simply add the dependancy Targets, in the proper order, to the
list in <sequential> to happen before my actual desired action takes place to
simulate it, but that's mixing my modes - I would have to convert every
dependancy to a <macrodef>'d Task in this case?

Out of curiosity, why not use <antcall>?  Is it being phased out?

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