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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 22:40:08 GMT
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------- Additional Comments From benjamin@yangtemko.com  2004-11-03 22:40 -------
I also now remember why I had to use <antcall> - if I want to call the Target
(or even the Task, <macrodef>'d or otherwise defined) multiple times, and still
get user input, I have to use <antcall>, otherwise, once the property is set,
it's set, and that's the end of it, no more user input, as the "addproperty"
portion of the Task sort of kills the fun.  I'm tinkering with using various
combinations of antcontrib's <var> and the <macrodef> Task to do what I need,
but I'm not optimistic yet... I hope I'm wrong!

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