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From "Robert Mark Bram" <relaxed...@optusnet.com.au>
Subject Re: passing parameters from Ant to Unix Shell script
Date Mon, 27 Sep 2004 05:41:02 GMT
Hi Animesh!

> So if I need to add multiple environment properties I can keep on
> adding env keys?

Yes.

> What if I use parameters instead?

You can use nested <arg> elements to send paramaters to the script, but  
this isn't the same as setting an environment variable.

> Shall I just use
> the $myVar in the Unix script?

Well, if you use nested <arg> you will only be able to use it in the  
single script. If you use <env> you can it in scripts called by that too  
because it is exported..

Rob
:)


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