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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 32631] - allow includes / excludes for fileset references
Date Fri, 10 Dec 2004 13:06:04 GMT
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------- Additional Comments From jan@materne.de  2004-12-10 14:06 -------
The attributes includes and excludes are - simply spoken - an easier way for 
defining the include/exclude selectors.

<fileset dir="." includes="WEB-INF/"/>

is the same as

<fileset dir=".">
  <include name="WEB-INF/"/>
</fileset>


Adding these two attributes together with refid would result in the question 
why not using all the other selectors too. 
That would result in a completely different meaning. refid refers to an 
existing ProjectComponent (not only filesets) as it was defined earlier. 

You want to use that as a template for defining new.

But you can solve your need:

<fileset id="webapp.only" ... includes="WEB-INF/"/>
<fileset id="webapp.rest" ... excludes="WEB-INF/"/>

Then uses both references.

<copy|javac|...>
   <fileset refid="webapp.only"/>
   <fileset refid="webapp.rest"/>
</>

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