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From Glen <glenl...@model3.net>
Subject Re: combining fileset's
Date Fri, 16 Jan 2004 04:23:42 GMT
Your example will do wonderfully.  Very sheek and elegant thank you very 
much....

Said another way I have enough complexity in my development projects no 
need to add more... 

thanks again,
-Glen



Matt Benson wrote:

>Unless your actual needs are much more complicated
>than your example, do check my last post before you
>get too deep into coding your own selector.
>
>-Matt
>
>--- Glen <glenlist@model3.net> wrote:
>  
>
>>I think I know what you are saying now.  I have
>>found this page on 
>>programming custom selectors
>>
>>
>>    
>>
>http://ant.apache.org/manual/CoreTypes/selectors-program.html
>  
>
>>Which looks fairly straightforward.  I am starting
>>to code it now...
>>
>>Thanks :-)
>>
>>
>>
>>Glen wrote:
>>
>>    
>>
>>>Matt I am intrigued could you elaborate or give an
>>>      
>>>
>>example?
>>    
>>
>>>Are you suggesting I should create a custom
>>>      
>>>
>>selector that can take a 
>>    
>>
>>>reference to another fileset?
>>>
>>>Or is what I am trying to do (combine fileset A
>>>      
>>>
>>and fileset b into 
>>    
>>
>>>fileset C) possible with the selector's that come
>>>      
>>>
>>with 1.6 ?
>>    
>>
>>>
>>>Matt Benson wrote:
>>>
>>>      
>>>
>>>>Use selectors in Ant 1.6.0.
>>>>
>>>>-Matt
>>>>
>>>>--- Glen <glenlist@model3.net> wrote:
>>>> 
>>>>
>>>>        
>>>>
>>>>>I am wondering if there is an easier way to do
>>>>>something.  I have several different tasks each
>>>>>          
>>>>>
>>requiring a slightly
>>    
>>
>>>>>different classpath or fileset.  I have modified
>>>>>          
>>>>>
>>my build.xml so 
>>    
>>
>>>>>that I am
>>>>>sharing this information as much as possible. 
>>>>>          
>>>>>
>>You know if I add
>>    
>>
>>>>>a jar I only have to add it in one place in the
>>>>>          
>>>>>
>>build.xml and all the
>>    
>>
>>>>>proper places pick up the appropriate reference.
>>>>>
>>>>>My solution has been to define pattern sets,
>>>>>          
>>>>>
>>then
>>    
>>
>>>>>file sets using those pattern sets, and then a
>>>>>          
>>>>>
>>classpath from the file
>>    
>>
>>>>>sets (the code is at the bottom).  It works
>>>>>          
>>>>>
>>great but I am a programmer
>>    
>>
>>>>>and I like to fiddle so here is what I am
>>>>>          
>>>>>
>>asking.
>>    
>>
>>>>>Are there any ways to use just filesets and NO
>>>>>pattern sets.  Ultimately I would like to be
>>>>>          
>>>>>
>>able to combine to 
>>    
>>
>>>>>filesets say
>>>>>like so...
>>>>>
>>>>>      <fileset id="a"
>>>>>file="./myproject/xyzpdq..jar"  />
>>>>>             <fileset id="b"
>>>>>          
>>>>>
>>dir="./myproject/redist/" />
>>    
>>
>>>>>     <fileset id="c" dir="./myproject/" >
>>>>>           <fileset refid="a" />
>>>>>           <fileset refid="b" />
>>>>>     </fileset>      
>>>>>This would greatly simplify the script at the
>>>>>          
>>>>>
>>end
>>    
>>
>>>>>because I currently have to create a pattern set
>>>>>          
>>>>>
>>and a file set for 
>>    
>>
>>>>>each
>>>>>bit I need.  I am wondering if anyone has some
>>>>>          
>>>>>
>>clever recommendations
>>    
>>
>>>>>since I can't do what I just laid out (at least
>>>>>          
>>>>>
>>as far as I know)...
>>    
>>
>>>>>At least the when we add a jar now the build
>>>>>          
>>>>>
>>fails
>>    
>>
>>>>>once then we add the jar to the build.xml where
>>>>>          
>>>>>
>>as before it would fail
>>    
>>
>>>>>several times in a row each time showing a new
>>>>>          
>>>>>
>>place that needed the
>>    
>>
>>>>>jar referenced LOL
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>>-Glen
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>>Here is the code snippet....
>>>>>
>>>>>      <!-- jars needed to build the software but
>>>>>NOT needed at runtime -->
>>>>>       <patternset id="buildtime.patternset">
>>>>>                 <include
>>>>>name="tools/resin3/lib/jsdk-24.jar" />
>>>>>           <include
>>>>>name="tools/resin3/lib/resin.jar" />
>>>>>
>>>>>           <include name="tools/batik/lib/*.jar"
>>>>>          
>>>>>
>>/>
>>    
>>
>>>>>           <include
>>>>>name="tools/xdoclet-1.2/lib/*.jar" />
>>>>>
>>>>>       </patternset>
>>>>>
>>>>>       <!-- jars needed to buildtime and at
>>>>>          
>>>>>
>>runtime
>>    
>>
>>>>>-->
>>>>>       <patternset id="runtime.patternset">
>>>>>
>>>>>           <include
>>>>>name="tools/sun/jaf-1.0.2/activation.jar"/>
>>>>>           <include
>>>>>name="tools/sun/javamail-1.3.1/mail.jar"/>
>>>>>
>>>>>           <include name="birthprint/lib/*.jar"
>>>>>          
>>>>>
>>/>
>>    
>>
>>>>>           <include
>>>>>name="tools/sun/jai-1_1_2/lib/*.jar" />
>>>>>
>>>>>           <include
>>>>>          
>>>>>
>>name="model3/lib.deploy/*.jar"
>>    
>>
>>>>>/>
>>>>>           <include
>>>>>name="tools/hibernate-2.1/lib/*.jar" />
>>>>>
>>>>>           <include
>>>>>name="tools/sun/commapi/lib/*.jar" />
>>>>>
>>>>>       </patternset>
>>>>>                    <patternset
>>>>>          
>>>>>
>>id="generated_jars.patternset">
>>    
>>
>>>>>           <include
>>>>>name="birthprint/output/birthprint.jar" />
>>>>>           <include
>>>>>          
>>>>>
>>name="model3/output/model3.jar"
>>    
>>
>>>>>/>
>>>>>       </patternset>                         
>>>>>          
>>>>>
>><fileset 
>>    
>>
>>>>>id="generated_jars.fileset"
>>>>>dir="${code_root}" >
>>>>>           <patternset
>>>>>          
>>>>>
>>refid="runtime.patternset"
>>    
>>
>>>>>/>
>>>>>           <patternset
>>>>>refid="generated_jars.patternset" />
>>>>>       </fileset>      
>>>>>
>>>>>         <!-- all the files I need to copy to
>>>>>          
>>>>>
>>the
>>    
>>
>>>>>lib directory  -->
>>>>>       <fileset id="deploy.fileset"
>>>>>dir="${code_root}" >
>>>>>           <patternset
>>>>>          
>>>>>
>>refid="runtime.patternset"
>>    
>>
>>>>>/>
>>>>>           <patternset
>>>>>refid="generated_jars.patternset" />
>>>>>
>>>>>           <filename name="birthprint/lib/*" />
>>>>>           <filename
>>>>>          
>>>>>
>>name="tools/sun/commapi/lib/*"
>>    
>>
>>>>>/>
>>>>>           <filename
>>>>>name="tools/sun/jai-1_1_2/lib/*" />
>>>>>       </fileset>      
>>>>>         <!-- all the files needed to run the
>>>>>software  -->
>>>>>       <fileset id="runtime.fileset"
>>>>>dir="${code_root}" >
>>>>>           <patternset
>>>>>          
>>>>>
>>refid="runtime.patternset"
>>    
>>
>>>>>/>
>>>>>       </fileset>      
>>>>>       <fileset id="buildtime.fileset"
>>>>>dir="${code_root}" >
>>>>>           <patternset
>>>>>          
>>>>>
>>refid="buildtime.patternset"
>>    
>>
>>>>>/>
>>>>>       </fileset>      
>>>>>      <!-- the classpath is made up of the
>>>>>       <path id="project.classpath"  >
>>>>>                     <pathelement
>>>>>          
>>>>>
>>location="${classes}"/>
>>    
>>
>>>>>           <pathelement
>>>>>          
>>>>>
>>location="${resources}"/>
>>    
>>
>>>>>           <pathelement
>>>>>location="${model3}/classes/"/>
>>>>>          
>>>>>
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