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Subject Re: random task(s) ;)
Date Fri, 30 Mar 2001 21:24:17 GMT
Sorry for the incomplete message.  Pls see the javadocs for more.  All 
are fully commented.

Here are the sources again...


-----Original Message-----
From: John.D.Casey []
Sent: Friday, March 30, 2001 3:19 PM
To: ant-user
Subject: RE: Re: random task(s) ;)

AskUser: prompt user for input during build...

AdminAnswerFiles: handles caching of answer files for the above...

AnswerFileManager: cache manager for use with the above...

Ant2: support for ant batching, reverse-propagation of child 
environment to parent, etc. (Adapted from original Ant task)...
	I copied all the original source into here, so it wouldn't depend 
on the Ant task, in case some of the Ant task's
	functionality went away in future releases...

IfTask: calls targets dynamically, based on whether a property's value 
passes a conditional test (like == somevalue)...

RegexFilter: Just realized this is alot like the JakartaOROMatcher 
(probably) does regex substitution on properties...

UnsetProperty: pretty straightforward...

JarsProperty: creates a string (for setting to a property value) that 
is in path representation, out of a fileset...

Pwd: like the unix command, it returns the directory in which the 
current ant file resides...

I realize some of these seem to duplicate other tasks' behaviors, but 
one of two things happened to make me develop these:
 1. There was no documentation in the user's guide for the other task 
(the one this seems to sort of duplicate)
 2. The existing task was missing what I felt to be essential options.

Have fun,

-----Original Message-----
From: Douglas.Wong []
Sent: Friday, March 30, 2001 3:04 PM
To: ant-user
Subject: Re: random task(s) ;)

Do you have a description of what they do...

                    03/30/01 11:50 AM         Subject:     random 
task(s) ;)                   
                    Please respond to                                   

I have written several tasks to take care of some of the more unusual
requirements our project requires. I figure someone else may have some
interest in these.

If you can use them, and think they are general-purpose enough, please
let me know, and I'll talk to the guys in ant-dev to see about adding
some of them...



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