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From "Adam Downer" <Adam.Dow...@celona.com>
Subject Persistence of properties between ant targets
Date Tue, 24 Oct 2006 10:49:53 GMT
Hi,
 
I have a build file with a target which runs the standard JUnit task.
This task sets a property (using errorproperty & failureproperty
attributes) if any of the tests do not pass.
The target containing the JUnit task is called, using antcall, by a
separate, higher level target. Hopefully this makes sense so far.
 
The idea being that I run the JUnits and the property is only set is
something is wrong. Further antcalls in the higher level target have the
unless attribute defined in order to stop them from executing if the
tests do not pass and finally fail the build with the appropriate
message (using a <fail>). However, the properties are being set
correctly in the JUnit target but are not being maintained beyond that
target so when the other targets invoke the unless attribute, the
property does not exist and the targets run and the build is successful.
 
I am slightly stumped as to how I can get this to work the way I want
it. Normally I would define the property in the high level target and
then use it when it is needed, but the unless clause checks if the
property exists, not its value, so this won't work for me (apart from if
I am missing something).
 
Does anyone know a way around this?
 
Thanks in advance
 
Adam Downer

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