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From "Bill Rich" <billr...@attglobal.net>
Subject RE: Cannot get exclude attribute to work in a dirset.
Date Sat, 28 Aug 2004 16:57:32 GMT
Try running the javac from the command line to see what it does. If it does
the same thing then it is something to do with the behavior of javac or
something to do with the dependencies within the source files that are being
compiled.

Another thing to try is running ant with -v to get the verbose output and
see if you can grock anything from that.

HTH

Bill Rich
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-----Original Message-----
From: Hans Deragon [mailto:hans@deragon.biz] 
Sent: Saturday, August 28, 2004 9:40 AM
To: Ant Users List
Subject: Re: Cannot get exclude attribute to work in a dirset.

Bill Rich wrote:
> Try something like this to see what is in the dirset then you can 
> tinker around with it until you get what you want.
> 
> <path id="apath">
>   <dirset dir="${env.ANT_HOME}">
>     <include name="**/**"/>
>   </dirset>
> </path>
> <pathconvert refid="apath" property="ap" targetos="windows"/> <echo 
> message="A path is [${ap}]"/>
> 
> HTH
> 
> Bill Rich
> Wilandra Consulting LLC

Thanks for the tip.  The printed path is ok, i.e. does not contains any .old
directory, yet javac still goes into a .old directory:

[javac] StockDB.old/CieShareBrowser.java added as
StockDB.old/CieShareBrowser.class doesn't exist.

Here is what I tried.

  <path id="srcpath">
    <dirset dir="/data/devel/java">
      <exclude name="**/*old*/**"/>
      <exclude name="**/*obs*/**"/>
      <exclude name="**/*org*/**"/>
    </dirset>
  </path>
  <pathconvert refid="srcpath" property="srcpathprop" targetos="unix"/>
  <echo message="srcpath is [${srcpathprop}]"/>
  <javac debug="on" verbose="on" destdir="${build}">
    <src refid="srcpath"/>
  </javac>

The output looks like:

[echo] srcpath is
[/data/devel/java:/data/devel/java/Gui:/data/devel/java/Utilities:/data/deve
l/java/Utilities/Pcap:...

Could it be that because /data/devel/java is included, javac recursively
goes through that directory ignoring the exclusions?


Best regards,
Hans Deragon
--
Consultant en informatique/Software Consultant
Deragon Informatique inc.     Open source:
http://www.deragon.biz        http://facil.qc.ca (Promotion du libre)
mailto://hans@deragon.biz     http://autopoweroff.sourceforge.net (Logiciel)

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