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From Matthew Inger <ma...@sedonacorp.com>
Subject Re: Iterating a list?
Date Wed, 31 Oct 2001 21:54:59 GMT
let the flames fly.... that's a touchy subject around here.......
very scripty.....  If you really want a foreach task, i'll
send you one.  There is the "apply" task, but it assumes you
want to execute an OS command on it.

the one i have would look like:

<target name="doStuff">
  <echo message="param="${org}" />
</target>

<target name="doTheLoop">
  <foreach list="org1,org2"
           delimiter=","
           param="org"
           target="doStuff" />
</target>

On Mon, 2001-10-29 at 19:05, Scott Ellsworth wrote:
> I have a list of build files I need executed in a certain order, and in 
> certain directories.  I would like to get this down to just a couple of 
> separated lists of project names.  I can do this if I can iterate through a 
> list in order, but I do not know how to do that.
> 
> Assume I have a list of ant build files I want run:
> 
> /org/mine/build/foo
> /org/mine/build/bar
> 
> and
> 
> com/employers/stuff/build/hi
> com/employers/stuff/build/mom
> 
> I can set up:
> 
>    <property name="orgtargets" value="foo,bar"/>
>    <property name="orgbuilddir" value="org/mine/build"/>
>    <property name="comtargets" value="hi,mom"/>
>    <property name="combuilddir" value="com/employers/stuff/build"/>
> 
> My build targets could be:
> 
>    <target name="build-debug">
>      <property name="builddirectory" value="${orgbuilddir}"/>
>      <for each org target>
>        <property name="buildproject" value="orgtarget[i]" >
>        <ant dir="${builddirectory}/{buildproject}" target="${buildcommand}"/>
>      <end for>
>      <property name="builddirectory" value="${combuilddir}"/>
>      <for each com target>
>        <property name="buildproject" value="comtarget[i]" >
>        <ant dir="${builddirectory}/{buildproject}" target="${buildcommand}"/>
>      <end for>
>    <target>
> 
> This then would do
> 
> <ant dir="/org/mine/build/foo"/>
> <ant dir="/org/mine/build/bar"/>
> <ant dir="com/employers/stuff/build/hi"/>
> <ant dir="com/employers/stuff/build/mom"/>
> 
> Is there any way to do this?
> 
> Scott
> Scott Ellsworth
> scott@alodar.com
> 
> 
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