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From Clifton Craig <ccr...@gbg.com>
Subject How to reuse a fileset as a Class-Path in a manifest
Date Tue, 08 Nov 2005 17:02:23 GMT
Hello All:

I'm trying to re-use a fileset pointing to a lib folder containing all of my 
jars as a manifest Class-Path entry for my project. In short, my approach is 
to declare a property referencing the fileset object id. This gives me a 
value such as this: 

swixml.jar;jdom.jar

I am then looking to declare a manifest entry for my projects resulting jar 
that looks like this:

Class-Path: swixml.jar jdom.jar

If I use the <pathconvert/> task I get the absolute path of each entry in the 
list as it is relative to my project folder. For example I'll get this:

Class-Path: /home/ccc/IdeaProjects/myproj/swixml.jar /home/ccc/IdeaProjects/myproj/jdom.jar


I don't want to use any complexity or trickery to acheive my result (for 
example a custom task or a script task) but I just don't see any other way. 
I'm hoping to keep my build file relatively simple as I am trying to create 
some standard practices for my team. Is there a better way?

-- 
Clifton C. Craig, Software Engineer

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