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From "S I" <xia...@hotmail.com>
Subject Re: Ant Zip Task
Date Thu, 04 Aug 2005 21:20:28 GMT
I did both of these and they didn't work for me.  However, the examples you 
created, is exactly what I want to achieve.  Do both items that you 
mentioned work for you?  Then I must be doing something wrong?!  I set the 
value of 'filesonly' to yes, true, and on in every variation imaginable: 
UPPER CASE, lower case, miXeD mOdE, etc.  Is filesonly supposed to work?

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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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