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From Ninju Bohra <>
Subject Re: Conditional Question for Build Script
Date Tue, 22 Feb 2005 18:08:58 GMT
You can use the <if> task (part of the ant-contrib project).
   <equals arg1="${destination}" arg2="stage"/>
        // Things to do if destination==stage
        // Things to do if destination==stage

Or you can use the <switch> task  :-)

Daniel Kalcevich <> wrote:

I have a situation where I need to perform a check as to whether or not
a file needs to be included in build based upon a property. The
property would represent the environment, either "stage" or "prod".
Based upon the value of that property, I would need to rename a file and
move it to a different directory. Can anyone let me know the best way
to do this? Thanks.


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