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From Laurie Harper <zod...@holoweb.net>
Subject Requiring multiple properties to be set
Date Mon, 19 Nov 2001 04:43:03 GMT
Hi, I'm trying to figure out how to make an Ant robust.  The target
requires several properties to be set externally.  If there was only one
property, I could just do:

  <target name="xxx" if="property"/>

But I have three properties.  I tried this:

  <target name="xxx" if="p1,p2,p3"/>

but it doesn't work.  Next I tried something like this:

  <target name="xxx" depends="xxx-config" if="xxx-configured"/>
  <target name="xxx-config">
    <condition property="xxx-configured">
      <and>
        <not><equals arg1="\$\{p1\}" arg2="${p1}/></not>
        <not><equals arg1="\$\{p2\}" arg2="${p2}/></not>
        <not><equals arg1="\$\{p3\}" arg2="${p3}/></not>
      </and>
  </target>

but apparently Ant doesn't support escaping like this.  Is there a way
to do this?  Either an escaping convention that'll make my second
attempt work, or some other method?

If there isn't, would adding support for a list of properties in 'if'
and 'unless' attributes, like in my first attempt, be a possible future
feature?

Thanks,

L.
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