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From Fermin Da Costa Gomez <f.dacost...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Counting files in a dir
Date Tue, 05 Apr 2005 21:05:02 GMT
Ivan Ivanov wrote:

>Fermin,
>you should check[1] to see the exact versions of the
>third party libraries.
>  
>
Thank you. I found that out by reading through the apache site and doing 
some more googling.
Turns out that i needed 3 additional jars of which the Rhino one was unusal.
But, i'v got it running.

>I use successfully such scripts with Eclipse, but I do
>not used the ant distribution bundled with Eclipse.
>Instead, I have "standalone" ant installation on my
>disk and I configured Eclipse to use it. I point Ant
>Home from Window->Preferences->Ant->Runtime and I then
>add the third party jars from $HOME/.ant/lib in the
>classpath.
>  
>
Thx again,

Fermin DCG

>HTH Ivan
>
>[1]http://ant.apache.org/manual/install.html#librarydependencies
>
>--- Fermin Da Costa <f.dacosta.g@gmail.com> wrote:
>  
>
>>Thx a lot, much appreciated.
>>I have not been able to run it yet though because
>>running it from
>>eclipse i keep on getting errors.
>>1st was bsf related,  fixed that.
>>Than i got a rhino error, fixed that by stuffing the
>>js.jar in there.
>>Now i get a NoSuchMethod error. Haven't done this
>>one yet.
>>
>>Well, i'm guessing it should work so i'll just
>>continue.
>>
>>Cheers,
>>
>>Fermin DCG
>>
>>
>>On Apr 5, 2005 10:56 AM, Ivan Ivanov
>><rambiusparkisanius@yahoo.com> wrote:
>>    
>>
>>>Hello, Fermin,
>>>You can do 2. with javascript:
>>><project>
>>>  <scriptdef name="countFiles"
>>>      
>>>
>>language="javascript">
>>    
>>
>>>    <attribute name="dir"/>
>>>    <attribute name="extension"/>
>>>    <attribute name="property"/>
>>>    <![CDATA[
>>>      importClass(java.io.File);
>>>      importClass(java.io.FileFilter);
>>>      f = new File(attributes.get("dir"));
>>>      e = attributes.get("extension");
>>>
>>>      filter = new FileFilter() {
>>>        accept: function(file) {
>>>          s = file.getName();
>>>          if (s.endsWith(e)) {
>>>            return true;
>>>          }
>>>        }
>>>      };
>>>
>>>      c = f.listFiles(filter).length;
>>>
>>>project.setNewProperty(attributes.get("property"),
>>>      
>>>
>>c);
>>    
>>
>>>    ]]>
>>>  </scriptdef>
>>>
>>>  <countFiles dir="${basedir}" property="xmlfiles"
>>>extension=".xml"/>
>>>  <echo>$${xmlfiles} is ${xmlfiles}</echo>
>>>  <countFiles dir="${basedir}" property="txtfiles"
>>>extension=".txt"/>
>>>  <echo>$${txtfiles} is ${txtfiles}</echo>
>>>  <condition property="prop">
>>>    <equals arg1="${txtfiles}" arg2="2"/>
>>>  </condition>
>>>  <fail unless="prop" message="txt files count
>>>      
>>>
>>does
>>    
>>
>>>not match"/>
>>></project>
>>>
>>>In fact, I often need to extract information about
>>>files and I thought to do a "lib" of <scriptdef>s
>>>      
>>>
>>like
>>    
>>
>>>the one above to improve reusability. However, I
>>>      
>>>
>>wrote
>>    
>>
>>>an ordinary Ant task that does the job, because it
>>>      
>>>
>>is
>>    
>>
>>>easier for me to deploy (plus I am not very good
>>>      
>>>
>>at
>>    
>>
>>>javascript). You can see this task at [1].
>>>
>>>HTH
>>>Ivan
>>>
>>>
>>>      
>>>
>[1]http://marc.theaimsgroup.com/?l=ant-user&m=110987001620450&w=2
>  
>
>>>--- Fermin Da Costa Gomez <f.dacosta.g@gmail.com>
>>>wrote:
>>>      
>>>
>>>>Hi,
>>>>
>>>>What would be the best way to do the following:
>>>>1. Going into a directory (this is ok)
>>>>2. Counting the number of files of type x
>>>>        
>>>>
>>(getting
>>    
>>
>>>>files is ok, *counting* is an
>>>>issue)
>>>>3. Depending on the count do something (break
>>>>        
>>>>
>>out of
>>    
>>
>>>>the target)
>>>>
>>>>Items 2. and 3. are bugging me somewhat (esp the
>>>>counting bit in 2).
>>>>Does anybody have a suggestion as to how i can
>>>>accomplish this?
>>>>
>>>>tia,
>>>>
>>>>Fermin DCG
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>        
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