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From Steve Loughran <>
Subject Re: Reporting build success/failure in <ant>/<subant>'s output log file?
Date Wed, 09 May 2007 08:34:47 GMT
Dominique Devienne wrote:
> On 5/1/07, Andrew Bayer (abayer) <> wrote:
>> Is there any way to do this without having to subclass
>> I'm not married to the output being BUILD SUCCESSFUL or BUILD FAILED
>> specifically - any pass/fail string that I can do a regexp for would be
>> sufficient. Any help/advice/etc anyone could provide would be greatly
>> appreciated. Thank you!
> I've used (at a previous job) <subant> extensively, with several
> levels of sub-projects and many  "leaf" projects as well, yet your
> request implies that you set failonerror="false" in <subant>, which is
> the reason you have to jump thru all these hoops to try to find out
> a-posteriori when a sub-project failed.
> I've always been a proponent that if *anything* fails, the *whole*
> build fails. If you were to take this approach, we'd see how it
> simplifies your Ant build. This approach, coupled with a
> SubBuildLogger that tells you which build a target belongs to is all I
> ever needed with my large builds.

I'd like to hand a graph of builds to run (from Ivy) and have <subant> 
detect a failure and skip all dependencies, then carry on with 
everything else. So at the end of the <subant> run, we'd report
  -failing builds
  -skipped builds
then it would halt.

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