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From "Cory Riddell" <cgridd...@gmail.com>
Subject Trying to override old definition of task emptymacro
Date Tue, 04 Jul 2006 21:59:22 GMT
I have two ant files.

base.xml:
  <project name="base" basedir=".">
      <macrodef name="emptymacro">
          <sequential>
              <echo>In base emptymacro</echo>
          </sequential>
      </macrodef>
      <target name="go">
          <emptymacro/>
      </target>
  </project>

deriv.xml:
  <project name="deriv" basedir=".">
      <import file="base.xml"/>
      <macrodef name="emptymacro">
          <sequential>
          </sequential>
      </macrodef>
  </project>

When I do ant -f deriv.xml go I get this output:
  Buildfile: deriv.xml
  Trying to override old definition of task emptymacro

  go:

  BUILD SUCCESSFUL
  Total time: 0 seconds

So, since it reports success, I'm guessing the "Trying to override..."
message is just a warning. I actually am trying to override that
macro. Is that a bad idea? Is there a better way to do this?

I'm using Ant 1.6.5.

-cr

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