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From Gilbert Rebhan <...@schillbaer.de>
Subject Re: DirectoryScanner exclude subdirectories ?
Date Thu, 06 Oct 2005 16:58:05 GMT
Hi,

Dominique Devienne wrote:
>>       String[] excludes = {"**\\**"};
> 
> 
> Never use back-slashes. It's not portable.
> 
> To include only files and not dirs, you can use a <type> selector. The
> only problem is that it probably twarts the smarts added by Antoine in
> directory scanner to not scan the directories themselves. You end up
> with the correct list of files, simply not as fast. --DD
>

if i understand you right =
if i want to list files in rootdirectory
only, but exclude all dirs/files beyond rootdir, using DirectoryScanner
ain't possible ?!

So i have to roll my own thing.

i thought, i'll take a thing that's already around in core classes of
ant, DirectoryScanner in that case.
OK, i understand that includes/excludes are mostly for naming
conventions, f.e. i want only txtfiles that start with foobar* or
similar.
But it looks like i can't exclude subdirectories, like i that it
were possible with the right pattern.

Regards, Gilbert


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