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From "Eric Wood" <EW...@llbean.com>
Subject Problems with exec
Date Mon, 01 May 2006 18:22:46 GMT
As the on-line documentation suggests, I am using exec to copy some
files on UNIX to preserve permissions, but exec is taking my wildcard as
translating it as a literial.

I'm attemping to copy all files in a subdirectory to another directory
using:
      cp -R * destinationDir

But the exec command seems to be quoting my * (wildcard) and returning
the following error:
     [exec] cp: *: A file or directory in the path name does not exist.
     [exec] Result: 1

Here is my exec command:
      <exec executable="/usr/bin/cp" >
          <arg line="-R * ${dir.deploy.tgt}"/>
      </exec>

How can I get around this?

Eric

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