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From Nicolas Vervelle <nicolas.verve...@steria.com>
Subject Re: howto include files only - without dirtree
Date Tue, 09 Aug 2005 08:43:53 GMT
Hi,

you can check the "flatten" attribute of <copy>, or also the flatten mapper.

Nicolas

Sándor Tamás wrote:

> Hi Ant-users!
>
> I've checked the Directory-based Tasks page and googled the web to 
> find any solution to my problem, without success.
> E.g. I have a dir tree like this:
>
> /lib
>  |- jarlibname1
>  |      |-file1.jar
>  |      |-file2.jar
>  |- jarlibname2
>         |-file3.jar
>         |-file4.jar
>
> What I like to do is include all the jar files found under /lib so the 
> result should look like:
>
> /libsonly
>  |- file1.jar
>  |- file2.jar
>  |- file3.jar
>  |- file4.jar
>
> The problem is with the
>    dir="lib" includes="**/*.jar"
> expression , because this way subdirs also included. A workaround is 
> to list all my subdirs as includes, but it's not nice, and not 
> recursively automatic.
>
> Is there a solution to this issue?
>
> Thanks,
> Thomas Sandor
>
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