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From <Andrew.Beac...@nokia.com>
Subject RE: Start/Restart
Date Mon, 21 Jan 2002 13:10:03 GMT
Tom,

> if Target C depends on B and A and A and B succeed but C failes..
> Then the next time it is started I would like it to run C.
> 
> Basically, if some thing fails, I would like it to skip all 
> the targets
> that have already run successfully.

But can be sure that items involved in A & B haven't changed (i.e. 
source code has been modified) before you try to run C again?

If you have Ant save some kind of target success/failed status then 
surely you could get caught out when something changes in A or B?

If you can 'guarantee' that nothing will change between the two cycles 
of Ant then maybe you will be ok. :)

I'm not sure if there is anything in the current Ant build that will 
help you, maybe you can write a custom task that saves the state of 
each target as it executes and then the Ant script can read this file 
and pick up where it left off?

Andy.

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Andrew Beacock
Senior Software Engineer/Project Lead
Nokia Mobile Phones
NMP/MSW/SSP/AG

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