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From (Thomas SMETS)
Subject RE: Performance of fileset
Date Thu, 06 Mar 2003 01:15:21 GMT

Why don't you just make a simple target where the content of the path is simply echoed tothe
You could then use the time stamp tag before displaying the content of the FileSet you just
built & you can then check the content of the variable & evaluate the Time needed
for the operation !



David Clements <> wrote:

>I am guessing that I have a performance issue due to a Fileset searching through an ever
increasing build
>tree.  I have tried to enumerate a list of directories that I do not want it to search
in like this:
>Basically they are my build directories:
><patternset id="excludeDirectories">
>    <exclude name="**/*0/**/*>
>    <exclude name="**/*1/**/*>
>    <exclude name="**/*2/**/*>
>    <exclude name="**/*3/**/*>
>    <exclude name="**/*4/**/*>
>        etc.....
>Then the fileset:
><fileset dir="${rootDirectory}">
>                <patternset refid="importedComponentPatternset"/>
>                <patternset refid="excludeBuildDirectories"/>
>This doesn't help.  I am assuming that the fileset is still enumerating all the directories
under the build
>Any ideas out there?
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