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From Miroslav Šulc <miroslav.s...@startnet.cz>
Subject Re: Using <union>
Date Mon, 30 Jul 2007 17:33:02 GMT
thx, at least now I know it's not possible :-)

--
Miroslav Šulc


Peter Reilly napsal(a):
> I do not think that this is currently possible.
>
> Peter
>
>
> On 7/30/07, Miroslav Šulc <miroslav.sulc@startnet.cz> wrote:
>   
>> Hi,
>>
>> I am not very experienced with ant. I have several targets, each for
>> source code checks. These targets are 'pmd', 'cpd' and 'checkstyle'. All
>> the corresponding tasks support <fileset> element. My project consists
>> of tens of subprojects. What I want to achieve is to define the set of
>> sources at one place and then just reference it from those <pmd>, <cpd>
>> and <checkstyle> tasks. What is the correct way? I thought I can use
>> something like this:
>>
>> <union id="all.source.files">
>>     <fileset dir="..." includes="..."/>
>>     <fileset dir="..." includes="..."/>
>>     <fileset dir="..." includes="..."/>
>>     <fileset dir="..." includes="..."/>
>>     ...
>> </union>
>>
>> <target name="pmd">
>>    <pmd>
>>       <fileset refid="all.source.files"/>
>>    </pmd>
>> </target>
>>
>> but that doesn't work. I tried even other things that came to my mind
>> but none of them worked. I'm not even sure that what I want to achieve
>> is achievable with current <pmd>, <cpd> and <checkstyle> tasks
or they
>> have to be enhanced to support unions or sets of filesets.
>>
>> Thanks for any suggestions.
>>
>> --
>> Miroslav Šulc

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