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From "Inger, Matthew" <in...@Synygy.com>
Subject RE: [Ant-contrib-developers] foreach
Date Mon, 06 Oct 2003 18:49:16 GMT
OK.  I see what you mean, however, the output is controlled
via ANT's execution mechanism.  ANT-CONTRIB cannot control what
is output from that.  The output is part of the core definition
of the "Target" class.  Talk to the ant-dev team if this bothers
you, as we have no control over it.

----------------
Matthew Inger [inger@synygy.com]
Software Developer
Synygy, Inc
610-664-7433 x 7770
"Man who jump off cliff, leap to conclusions." - Confucious


-----Original Message-----
From: Adam Hardy [mailto:adam.ant@cyberspaceroad.com]
Sent: Monday, October 06, 2003 2:20 PM
To: Inger, Matthew
Cc: ant-contrib-developers@lists.sourceforge.net
Subject: Re: [Ant-contrib-developers] foreach


I'm not using verbose mode. What I would like to achieve, in terms of 
your example, is the following output instead:

 > Buildfile: test.xml
 >
 > test:
 >
 > do.echo:
 >      [echo] 1
 >      [echo] 2
 >      [echo] 3
 >      [echo] 4
 >      [echo] 5
 >      [echo] 6
 >
 > BUILD SUCCESSFUL

or similar.


On 10/06/2003 08:07 PM Inger, Matthew wrote:
> Don't use verbose mode.  When you do, it turns on verbosity
> for ANTCALL, which is used internally within the foreach task.
> AntCall has alot of verbose output, as you can see.  There is nothing
> that the ForEach task can do to avoid this.
> 
> 
> <?xml version="1.0" ?>
> <project basedir="." name="test" default="test">
>     <taskdef resource="net/sf/antcontrib/antcontrib.properties"/>
> 
> 
>     <target name="do.echo">
>         <echo message="${param}" />
>     </target>
>     <target name="test">
> 
>         <foreach list="1,2,3,4,5,6"
>                  target="do.echo"
>                  param="param" >
>         </foreach>
>     </target>
> 
> </project>
> 
> 
> 
> Without verbose mode:
> -----------------------
> E:\home\inger\ant-contrib>ant -f test.xml
> Buildfile: test.xml
> 
> test:
> 
> do.echo:
>      [echo] 1
> 
> do.echo:
>      [echo] 2
> 
> do.echo:
>      [echo] 3
> 
> do.echo:
>      [echo] 4
> 
> do.echo:
>      [echo] 5
> 
> do.echo:
>      [echo] 6
> 
> BUILD SUCCESSFUL
> 
> 
> 
> with verbose mode:
> -------------------------
> E:\home\inger\ant-contrib>ant -verbose -f test.xml
> Apache Ant version 1.5.3 compiled on April 16 2003
> Buildfile: test.xml
> Detected Java version: 1.3 in: E:\SynDev\jdk1.3.1\jre
> Detected OS: Windows 2000
> parsing buildfile test.xml with URI = 
> file:E:/home/inger/ant-contrib/test.xml
> Project base dir set to: E:\home\inger\ant-contrib
>   [taskdef] Loading definitions from resource 
> net/sf/antcontrib/antcontrib.properties
> Build sequence for target `test' is [test]
> Complete build sequence is [test, do.echo]
> 
> test:
>   [antcall] calling target do.echo in build file 
> E:\home\inger\ant-contrib\test.xml
> parsing buildfile E:\home\inger\ant-contrib\test.xml with URI = 
> file:E:/home/inger/ant-contrib/test.xml
> Project base dir set to: E:\home\inger\ant-contrib
>   [taskdef] Loading definitions from resource 
> net/sf/antcontrib/antcontrib.properties
> Ignoring override for task if, it is already defined by the same class.
> Ignoring override for task propertycopy, it is already defined by the 
> same class.
> Ignoring override for task foreach, it is already defined by the same 
> class.
> Ignoring override for task outofdate, it is already defined by the same 
> class.
> Ignoring override for task urlencode, it is already defined by the same 
> class.
> Ignoring override for task shellscript, it is already defined by the 
> same class.
> Ignoring override for task trycatch, it is already defined by the same 
> class.
> Ignoring override for task compilewithwalls, it is already defined by 
> the same class.
> Ignoring override for task propertyregex, it is already defined by the 
> same class.
> Ignoring override for task pathtofileset, it is already defined by the 
> same class.
> Ignoring override for task runtarget, it is already defined by the same 
> class.
> Ignoring override for task timestampselector, it is already defined by 
> the same class.
> Ignoring override for task throw, it is already defined by the same class.
> Ignoring override for task switch, it is already defined by the same
class.
> Ignoring override for task propertyselector, it is already defined by 
> the same class.
> Ignoring override for task sortlist, it is already defined by the same 
> class.
> Ignoring override for task osfamily, it is already defined by the same 
> class.
> Build sequence for target `do.echo' is [do.echo]
> Complete build sequence is [do.echo, test]
> 
> do.echo:
>      [echo] 1
>   [antcall] calling target do.echo in build file 
> E:\home\inger\ant-contrib\test.xml
> parsing buildfile E:\home\inger\ant-contrib\test.xml with URI = 
> file:E:/home/inger/ant-contrib/test.xml
> Project base dir set to: E:\home\inger\ant-contrib
>   [taskdef] Loading definitions from resource 
> net/sf/antcontrib/antcontrib.properties
> Ignoring override for task if, it is already defined by the same class.
> Ignoring override for task propertycopy, it is already defined by the 
> same class.
> Ignoring override for task foreach, it is already defined by the same 
> class.
> Ignoring override for task outofdate, it is already defined by the same 
> class.
> Ignoring override for task urlencode, it is already defined by the same 
> class.
> Ignoring override for task shellscript, it is already defined by the 
> same class.
> Ignoring override for task trycatch, it is already defined by the same 
> class.
> Ignoring override for task compilewithwalls, it is already defined by 
> the same class.
> Ignoring override for task propertyregex, it is already defined by the 
> same class.
> Ignoring override for task pathtofileset, it is already defined by the 
> same class.
> Ignoring override for task runtarget, it is already defined by the same 
> class.
> Ignoring override for task timestampselector, it is already defined by 
> the same class.
> Ignoring override for task throw, it is already defined by the same class.
> Ignoring override for task switch, it is already defined by the same
class.
> Ignoring override for task propertyselector, it is already defined by 
> the same class.
> Ignoring override for task sortlist, it is already defined by the same 
> class.
> Ignoring override for task osfamily, it is already defined by the same 
> class.
> Build sequence for target `do.echo' is [do.echo]
> Complete build sequence is [do.echo, test]
> 
> do.echo:
>      [echo] 2
>   [antcall] calling target do.echo in build file 
> E:\home\inger\ant-contrib\test.xml
> parsing buildfile E:\home\inger\ant-contrib\test.xml with URI = 
> file:E:/home/inger/ant-contrib/test.xml
> Project base dir set to: E:\home\inger\ant-contrib
>   [taskdef] Loading definitions from resource 
> net/sf/antcontrib/antcontrib.properties
> Ignoring override for task if, it is already defined by the same class.
> Ignoring override for task propertycopy, it is already defined by the 
> same class.
> Ignoring override for task foreach, it is already defined by the same 
> class.
> Ignoring override for task outofdate, it is already defined by the same 
> class.
> Ignoring override for task urlencode, it is already defined by the same 
> class.
> Ignoring override for task shellscript, it is already defined by the 
> same class.
> Ignoring override for task trycatch, it is already defined by the same 
> class.
> Ignoring override for task compilewithwalls, it is already defined by 
> the same class.
> Ignoring override for task propertyregex, it is already defined by the 
> same class.
> Ignoring override for task pathtofileset, it is already defined by the 
> same class.
> Ignoring override for task runtarget, it is already defined by the same 
> class.
> Ignoring override for task timestampselector, it is already defined by 
> the same class.
> Ignoring override for task throw, it is already defined by the same class.
> Ignoring override for task switch, it is already defined by the same
class.
> Ignoring override for task propertyselector, it is already defined by 
> the same class.
> Ignoring override for task sortlist, it is already defined by the same 
> class.
> Ignoring override for task osfamily, it is already defined by the same 
> class.
> Build sequence for target `do.echo' is [do.echo]
> Complete build sequence is [do.echo, test]
> 
> do.echo:
>      [echo] 3
>   [antcall] calling target do.echo in build file 
> E:\home\inger\ant-contrib\test.xml
> parsing buildfile E:\home\inger\ant-contrib\test.xml with URI = 
> file:E:/home/inger/ant-contrib/test.xml
> Project base dir set to: E:\home\inger\ant-contrib
>   [taskdef] Loading definitions from resource 
> net/sf/antcontrib/antcontrib.properties
> Ignoring override for task if, it is already defined by the same class.
> Ignoring override for task propertycopy, it is already defined by the 
> same class.
> Ignoring override for task foreach, it is already defined by the same 
> class.
> Ignoring override for task outofdate, it is already defined by the same 
> class.
> Ignoring override for task urlencode, it is already defined by the same 
> class.
> Ignoring override for task shellscript, it is already defined by the 
> same class.
> Ignoring override for task trycatch, it is already defined by the same 
> class.
> Ignoring override for task compilewithwalls, it is already defined by 
> the same class.
> Ignoring override for task propertyregex, it is already defined by the 
> same class.
> Ignoring override for task pathtofileset, it is already defined by the 
> same class.
> Ignoring override for task runtarget, it is already defined by the same 
> class.
> Ignoring override for task timestampselector, it is already defined by 
> the same class.
> Ignoring override for task throw, it is already defined by the same class.
> Ignoring override for task switch, it is already defined by the same
class.
> Ignoring override for task propertyselector, it is already defined by 
> the same class.
> Ignoring override for task sortlist, it is already defined by the same 
> class.
> Ignoring override for task osfamily, it is already defined by the same 
> class.
> Build sequence for target `do.echo' is [do.echo]
> Complete build sequence is [do.echo, test]
> 
> do.echo:
>      [echo] 4
>   [antcall] calling target do.echo in build file 
> E:\home\inger\ant-contrib\test.xml
> parsing buildfile E:\home\inger\ant-contrib\test.xml with URI = 
> file:E:/home/inger/ant-contrib/test.xml
> Project base dir set to: E:\home\inger\ant-contrib
>   [taskdef] Loading definitions from resource 
> net/sf/antcontrib/antcontrib.properties
> Ignoring override for task if, it is already defined by the same class.
> Ignoring override for task propertycopy, it is already defined by the 
> same class.
> Ignoring override for task foreach, it is already defined by the same 
> class.
> Ignoring override for task outofdate, it is already defined by the same 
> class.
> Ignoring override for task urlencode, it is already defined by the same 
> class.
> Ignoring override for task shellscript, it is already defined by the 
> same class.
> Ignoring override for task trycatch, it is already defined by the same 
> class.
> Ignoring override for task compilewithwalls, it is already defined by 
> the same class.
> Ignoring override for task propertyregex, it is already defined by the 
> same class.
> Ignoring override for task pathtofileset, it is already defined by the 
> same class.
> Ignoring override for task runtarget, it is already defined by the same 
> class.
> Ignoring override for task timestampselector, it is already defined by 
> the same class.
> Ignoring override for task throw, it is already defined by the same class.
> Ignoring override for task switch, it is already defined by the same
class.
> Ignoring override for task propertyselector, it is already defined by 
> the same class.
> Ignoring override for task sortlist, it is already defined by the same 
> class.
> Ignoring override for task osfamily, it is already defined by the same 
> class.
> Build sequence for target `do.echo' is [do.echo]
> Complete build sequence is [do.echo, test]
> 
> do.echo:
>      [echo] 5
>   [antcall] calling target do.echo in build file 
> E:\home\inger\ant-contrib\test.xml
> parsing buildfile E:\home\inger\ant-contrib\test.xml with URI = 
> file:E:/home/inger/ant-contrib/test.xml
> Project base dir set to: E:\home\inger\ant-contrib
>   [taskdef] Loading definitions from resource 
> net/sf/antcontrib/antcontrib.properties
> Ignoring override for task if, it is already defined by the same class.
> Ignoring override for task propertycopy, it is already defined by the 
> same class.
> Ignoring override for task foreach, it is already defined by the same 
> class.
> Ignoring override for task outofdate, it is already defined by the same 
> class.
> Ignoring override for task urlencode, it is already defined by the same 
> class.
> Ignoring override for task shellscript, it is already defined by the 
> same class.
> Ignoring override for task trycatch, it is already defined by the same 
> class.
> Ignoring override for task compilewithwalls, it is already defined by 
> the same class.
> Ignoring override for task propertyregex, it is already defined by the 
> same class.
> Ignoring override for task pathtofileset, it is already defined by the 
> same class.
> Ignoring override for task runtarget, it is already defined by the same 
> class.
> Ignoring override for task timestampselector, it is already defined by 
> the same class.
> Ignoring override for task throw, it is already defined by the same class.
> Ignoring override for task switch, it is already defined by the same
class.
> Ignoring override for task propertyselector, it is already defined by 
> the same class.
> Ignoring override for task sortlist, it is already defined by the same 
> class.
> Ignoring override for task osfamily, it is already defined by the same 
> class.
> Build sequence for target `do.echo' is [do.echo]
> Complete build sequence is [do.echo, test]
> 
> do.echo:
>      [echo] 6
> 
> BUILD SUCCESSFUL
> 
> ----------------
> Matthew Inger [inger@synygy.com]
> Software Developer
> Synygy, Inc
> 610-664-7433 x 7770
> "Man who jump off cliff, leap to conclusions." - Confucious
> 
> 
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Adam Hardy [mailto:adam.ant@cyberspaceroad.com]
> Sent: Monday, October 06, 2003 1:16 PM
> To: ant-contrib-developers@lists.sourceforge.net
> Subject: [Ant-contrib-developers] foreach
> 
> 
> I hope you developers won't kill me if I post a question here about the
> ant-contrib foreach task :) but I have googled, ant-usered and generally
> not got very far with this issue.  The project forum on sourceforge
> looked pretty dead too, so here I am.
> 
> I posted originally on the ant-users list and had no replies, which is
> often a bad sign that what I want to do is impossible, but I thought I
> would try to get a reply from the original authors before giving up.
> 
> I am using foreach to copy some jars from a list during my deploy task
> as follows:
> 
> <target name="deploy" depends="compile">
>    <mkdir  dir="${deploy.home}/${app.name}/WEB-INF/lib"/>
>    <foreach list="${external.jars}"
>        delimiter=":"
>           target="jarcopy"
>            param="jarfile">
>       <param name="jartodir"
> value="${deploy.home}/${app.name}/WEB-INF/lib"/>
>    </foreach>
> </target>
> 
> <target name="jarcopy" depends="">
>    <copy todir="${jartodir}" file="${jarfile}" />
> </target>
> 
> This works fine but there is alot of output since I have about 30 jars
> in the list. This scrolls the output of the previous tasks, e.g.
> compile, up off the screen. Even when it doesn't copy a file I get 3
> lines of output like this:
> 
> "buildFile==/home/adam/src/projects/blacksailbase/build.xml
> 
> jarcopy:"
> 
> Is there a way to suppress the output? Even just the buildFile statement?
> 
> Or could I rewrite the task somehow to reduce output?
> 
> In an ideal world I would like to have just one line of output how many
> files it copied - or perhaps just one line for each file copied.
> 
> Thanks in advance for any help,
> 
> Adam
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> 
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