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From Emir Mahmut BAHSI <emba...@yahoo.com>
Subject Re: while-like structure in Ant
Date Thu, 10 May 2007 07:32:00 GMT
Actually I have implemented if and switch scenerios by using ant-contrib project. However I
could not use their loop structure for my purpose. scriptdef seems a good option. I will try
it.
Thank you very much. I am open to any other suggestions also. Apreciated.

Emir M Bahsi

Xavier Hanin <xavier.hanin@gmail.com> wrote: On 5/10/07, Emir Mahmut BAHSI  wrote:
>
> Hi all,
> I have been working on conditional structures and loop structures on
> existing workflow managers for a long time. For this purpose I have
> implemented two simple examples for if-type and switch-type cases (examples
> are attached). In these examples my program is simply downloading a file. If
> that file does not exist in the first web address it tries another address.
> However, I could not implement a loop structure for that. In the loop case
> the program should try the same address until the file exists. Actually I
> know this is not a reasonable and useful scenario but I just want to show
> whether a conditional-loop scenario can be implemented in Ant.
>
> Can u suggest me anything to implement that example. Any help is
> appreciated.


The ant-contrib project is providing conditional tasks which may help, but
if you want to have your own syntax and the very specific url availability
as a condition (like you wrote), maybe using a script (using scriptdef for
example) would be a good fit.

Xavier

Thanks.
>
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> Dept of Computer Science at LSU
> Room 231,
>  Johnston Hall
> Louisiana State University
> Baton Rouge, LA 70803
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