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From Peter Reilly <>
Subject Re: <loadproperties> issues
Date Fri, 17 Dec 2004 12:42:50 GMT
You can use a trim filter:
  <loadproperties srcFile="">

It will remove the trailing spaces.

Ivan Ivanov wrote:

>Dear Colleagues,
>Today I noticed that our night build scripts have
>stooped sending their emails with MailLogger and after
>4 hours of debugging I found what is the problem. I
>define MailLogger properties in
>MailLogger.failure.subject=Build Failed for ${product}
>MailLogger.success.subject=Build Succeeded for
>${product} on ${FULLDATE}
>The error was that the line
>ends with a space:
>Now I removed the wrong space and it works likes a
>charm. Please note that if we place a space after
>it fails with
>javax.mail.SendFailedException: Sending failed;
>  nested exception is:
>        class javax.mail.MessagingException: Unknown
>SMTP host: ;
>i.e. we can see the error. But if the space is after
> line, Ant send the email but to
>wrong address.
>I checked the documentation of <property file="...">
>and <loadproperties> tasks but this behaviour is not
>I would also suggest that we add a trim attribute (and
>I am a volunteer for it) to <loadproperties> that will
>trim the properties' values.
>Regards Ivan
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