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From Andrew Goktepe <andrewgokt...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: How to parse a directory path?
Date Sun, 06 Nov 2005 16:05:48 GMT
You could use the <propertyregex> task from ant-contrib
http://ant-contrib.sourceforge.net/tasks/tasks/propertyregex.html
 Example (untested):
 <property name="full.path.example" value="src/localization/fr"/>
<propertyregex property="dir.example" input="${full.path.example}"
regexp=".*/" replace=""/>
 At this point the dir.example property has the value "fr".
 -Andrew
 On 11/6/05, Dan Finkelstein <dan@nosimpler.com> wrote:
>
> Hi --
>
> I have a number of directories on which I wish to run the same ant build
> file. I implemented something using <subant> and <dirlist> which
> correctly calls a common build file for each directory. The problem is
> that, when this build file is running, I need to know the name of the
> directory it is running in.
>
> For example, say, I have directories such as:
> src/localization/fr
> src/localization/de
> src/localization/es
>
> I would like a property to be set to "fr", "de" and "es", respectively,
> so that my build file can act on this.
>
> Can you suggest a solution for this?
>
> Thanks much,
> Dan
>
>
>
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