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From "James Oltmans" <joltm...@bolosystems.com>
Subject RE: property value setting
Date Wed, 14 Mar 2007 01:18:37 GMT
Any properties set on the command line are always set first before any
task is run in ant.

Go ahead and set PW90 in a property to its default value. 
Anytime you use -DPW90="..." on the command line it will be set first
and your default variable will not override it.

-----Original Message-----
From: Chun Ji [mailto:CJi@pro-unlimited.com] 
Sent: Monday, March 12, 2007 11:25 AM
To: Ant Users List
Subject: property value setting 


I have a build.xml file in which there is a property value "PW90". And
this value is initialized through the command line, such as: ant -f
build.xml -DPW90="...". 

However, I just realize that 95% of time, the value is same. So I am
just wondering if I could set a default value for this "PW90" inside the
build.xml. Only when "-DPW90=.." is specified on the command line, then
it will be overwritten by the input value. 

I am using ant 1.7 on Linux box. 


Thanks for the tips. 


Charlie



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