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From "S I" <xia...@hotmail.com>
Subject Re: Ant Zip Task
Date Thu, 04 Aug 2005 21:33:09 GMT
Looks like I have to resort to the filemapper then.

I was happy just zipping the whole thing up!  But powers-that-be, requested 
it, all the specified files to be in 1 place rather each file being under 
its matching subdir causing a headache to the clients.

At least, I now know that it wasn't me or my imagination and the zip-task 
wasn't accomplishing what I wanted it to do.  I find the 'filesonly' 
attribute completely ornamental  for my purpose.

Thank you for your help.  :)

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I don't see a way to do that directly with zip/zipfileset.  You could  try 
copying (with the flatner) to another directory first, then  zipping them 
up.  This seems like a headache to me.  Why do they need  to be at the top 
level?  Copying around lots of files typically slows  builds waaaaay down.


On Aug 4, 2005, at 5:22 PM, S I wrote:

>Under the parent directory, I have about 50 subdirs which contain  multiple 
>file extensions but I'm only interested in pulling &  copying the *.rdl 
>files and zip them up.
>
>Somebody suggested I should look into filemapper or globber...would  those 
>work?
>
>Thanks
>
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>never mind, neither of my suggestions work - I'm looking into this   now. . 
>.
>
>How many files and directories?
>
>On Aug 4, 2005, at 4:50 PM, EJ Ciramella wrote:
>
>
>>so you have the following:
>>
>>
>>
>>/some/path/to/a/file/file1.txt
>>/some/path/to/another/file/file2.txt
>>
>>and in the zip, you want:
>>
>>/file1.txt
>>/file2.txt
>>
>>Try the <zip> task's filesonly attribute and if that isn't  enough,  try 
>>the <zipfileset>'s fullpath attribute and set it to "/".
>>
>>?
>>
>>On Aug 4, 2005, at 12:08 PM, S I wrote:
>>
>>
>>
>>>Hi
>>>
>>>I'm trying to zip up bunch of files in many subdirectories  undrer  their 
>>>parents directory but all the subdir names and  paths are  getting 
>>>included in the zip file.  The include  attribute is not  doing it for 
>>>me.  Is there a trick to this?  I  just want the files  w/o any paths.
>>>
>>>Thanks
>>>
>>>Steve
>>>
>>>
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