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From "F. Da Costa" <>
Subject Re: Splitting full filename into package and filename
Date Tue, 17 Feb 2004 18:37:58 GMT wrote:
> Maybe the package mapper will do the job for you.
> See manual "File Mappers".
I've looked at that but can't get it to work.
The thing that is not too well documented is where the input is coming from 
/ how the output is referenced (read used).

I there a decent example somewhere to your knowledge?



> Jan
>>-----Original Message-----
>>From: F. Da Costa []
>>Sent: Tuesday, February 17, 2004 5:45 PM
>>Subject: Splitting full filename into package and filename
>>Have ben burning 1.5 days on this untill now and i feel i 
>>hust 1 little 
>>thing to move on.
>>Here is the situation.
>>I nedd to go through a unknown number of dirs to process an 
>>unknown no of 
>>java files (they need to be 'stuffed' into a test-thing)
>>Lopping through the dis goes fine.
>>Selecting the files *in* the di is done as follows
>><!-- scan the ${dir} directory get and the test stub files -->
>><path id="jml.unittestfiles.path">
>>  <fileset dir="${dir}" casesensitive="yes">
>>   <include name="**/*" />
>>  </fileset>
>>The result is a list with *full* filenames.
>>Q 1: However, the resulting filename should have the whole dir part 
>>stripped out. Only leaving the relevant filename. After all i 
>>know the dir 
>>its from.
>>Q2: The retrieval of the package name from the filename (only 
>>has to done 
>>once obviously). Could probably use a regexp for that?
>>Any help/ suggestiona would be appreciated.
>>Have been going through the list but so far not found a proper answer.
>>Fermin DCG
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