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From Stefan Kost <s.k...@webmacher.de>
Subject outputting a fileset as xml
Date Tue, 30 Apr 2002 09:39:01 GMT
Hi,

I've search the web, the mailing lists and even asked friends - but no
answer has been found.
I need a fileset as xml :
<files>
  <file>path-to-file-1</file>
  <file>path-to-file-2</file>
  <file>path-to-file-3</file>
  ...
</files>
to further process this with the styler (I am trying to build my EJB
deployment descriptor from fragments).
I currently tried the follwoing code :

<delete file="${basePath}/xmlfiles.xml"/>
<echo file="${basePath}/xmlfiles.xml">&lt;files&gt;
</echo>
<exec dir="${basePath}"
      executable="find" output="${basePath}/xmlfiles.xml">
	<arg line="${sourcePath} -name &quot;ejb-jar.xml&quot; -printf
		&quot;  &lt;file&gt;%p&lt;/file&gt;\n&quot;"/>
</exec>
<echo file="${basePath}/xmlfiles.xml" append="yes">&lt;/files&gt;
</echo>

This isn't nice as I need to use exec to use the unix-find command.
And it doesn't work as exec has no append option like exec
<hint>feature-request</hint>

Does anyone know about a external task to do it. Otherwise I will check
the docs and write one.

Stefan
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