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From Peter Reilly <peterrei...@apache.org>
Subject Re: Problem with fileset having members containing absolute path names
Date Tue, 15 Mar 2005 12:14:19 GMT
Holger Rauch wrote:

>Hi Peter!
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>Thanks a lot for your quick reply!
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>On Tue, 15 Mar 2005, Peter Reilly wrote:
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>>One can have a top-level fileset on unix.
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>What happens on Windows? Do I have to use some other value for dir there?
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There is no top-level directory on windows. Each file system
has it's own top level directory - a:\,  c:\ etc.

I am not sure if one can use unc filenames with ant or cygwin type 
filenames and
I do not think they would work with filesets.

Peter

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>>However, the filename specs in the includes still need to be relative
>>so they cannot include a leading directory separator.
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>I verified that and it worked :-)
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>Thanks a lot!
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>Greetings,
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>	Holger
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