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From Steve Donie <sdo...@zycor.lgc.com>
Subject RE: Is there any onFail type of capability?
Date Fri, 20 Apr 2001 15:22:28 GMT
What I did is write a shell script (on NT/2K) that runs ant and the main
build target, then checks the errorlevel when it returns, and based on that
runs ant again, to send the mail. Much easier than the build listener, works
great, and I can do things like have the subject line include FAILED/SUCCESS
like this:

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call ant.bat -emacs -buildfile %DS_HOME%\tools\build.xml %DO_DS_LOG%
%*||goto FAILED

:SUCCEEDED
echo Build.bat success
if not defined DO_DS_LOG goto BUILD_DONE
echo Build.bat sending mail 
call ant.bat -emacs -DBuildResult=Success -buildfile
%DS_HOME%\tools\build.xml SendMail&goto BUILD_DONE

:FAILED
echo Build.bat fail
if not defined DO_DS_LOG goto BUILD_DONE
echo Build.bat sending mail 
call ant.bat -emacs -DBuildResult=Failed -buildfile
%DS_HOME%\tools\build.xml SendMail&goto BUILD_DONE

:BUILD_DONE
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DO_DS_LOG is set to -logfile=build.log for the nightly build machine, and
not set on developers machines.

-----Original Message-----
From: james [mailto:james@unikala.com]
Sent: Thursday, April 19, 2001 11:31 AM
To: ant-user@jakarta.apache.org
Subject: RE: Is there any onFail type of capability?


use the buildListener interface.


james@unikala.com



-----Original Message-----
From: Chris Stillwell [mailto:c-chris.stillwell@wcom.com]
Sent: Thursday, April 19, 2001 9:07 AM
To: ant-user@jakarta.apache.org
Subject: Is there any onFail type of capability?


I am using the mail task to notify when a build is complete; however, it
doesn't get sent if the build fails.  Is there a way to ensure that the
email is sent regardless of the out come of the build? Here's my build all
target:

  <target name="all" description="Build everything"
          depends="init, compile, jars, javadoc">
    <tstamp>
      <format property="TIME" pattern="hh:mm:ss a"/>
    </tstamp>
    <mail from="newwave@nwvibm00-e1"
          tolist="c-chris.stillwell@wcom.com"
	  subject="NewWave Build ${TODAY}"
	  message="NewWave Build ${TODAY} Completed at ${TIME}."
	  mailhost="****.****.***">
    </mail>
  </target>

Thanks,

Chris


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