At 20:18 11/10/2001 +1000, Peter Donald wrote:
>Just get the XSLT sheet to generate a list of files and then load it via
>includesfile - or am I missing something?
My problem stems from the fact that I don't actually know where the file
will be - nor how many separate file lists there will be.
Within build.xml, my style task is something like this:
(I'm at work and the original is at home so I may have made some
syntactical errors, hope this doesn't confuse the issue.)
This style task currently finds and processes two separate photo galleries:
output goes to C:\dev\web\arpsfamily\html\cameron\
output goes to C:\dev\web\arpsfamily\html\familyphotos\
Currently I use a copy task like this to copy all the files across:
This copies all files reguardless of whether the generated html references
I've changed my generation XSLT to drop a list of required photo files -
this file gets generated in the output directory:
Each photos.lst file lists the names of the photos to copy.
I can hard code a copy task for each one like this:
however, this requires hard coding for each gallery and I'm trying to keep
the build file as generic as possible.
Thanks in advance for your help,
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