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From Chuck Holzwarth <chuck_holzwa...@yahoo.com>
Subject RE: environment attribute
Date Mon, 07 Jan 2008 14:16:58 GMT
Try using the ant exec task to run the env command. Are you sure the HOSTNAME variable is exported
to sub shells? Does cruisecontrol execute under your ID or asynchronously? It is possible
that cruisecontrol runs under a different ID even if you kick it off manually. The output
of the env command should give an indication.

Barry Pape <bpape@netspend.com> wrote: Thanks for the feedback.

I verified that the HOSTNAME variable is set, but it doesn't get
resolved during the ant build.

cruisecontrol@dev02
~/cruisecontrol/projects/webnew-dec2007/netsoft/webnew
$ echo $HOSTNAME
dev02

cruisecontrol@dev02
~/cruisecontrol/projects/webnew-dec2007/netsoft/webnew
$ ant hostname
Buildfile: build.xml

hostname:
     [echo] Using ${env.HOSTNAME} for host name

BUILD SUCCESSFUL
Total time: 5 seconds



Not sure if any of this information helps, but here:

cruisecontrol@dev02
~/cruisecontrol/projects/webnew-dec2007/netsoft/webnew
$ uname -rsv
SunOS 5.10 Generic_125100-10

cruisecontrol@dev02
~/cruisecontrol/projects/webnew-dec2007/netsoft/webnew
$ echo $OSTYPE
solaris2.10


Thanks,
Barry


-----Original Message-----
From: Chuck Holzwarth [mailto:chuck_holzwarth@yahoo.com] 
Sent: Friday, January 04, 2008 3:03 PM
To: Ant Users List
Subject: Re: environment attribute

I just tried this on a Solaris VM on my desktop and HOSTNAME is not
defined by default. You may want to issue "export HOSTNAME=`hostname`"
in your .profile. Change this as appropriate for your shell.

Dominique Devienne 
    wrote: On 1/4/08, Barry Pape
wrote:
> Hopefully this is a quick and easy question.  Is the environment
> attribute of the property task supported on Solaris?

Yes.

> I've been trying
> to use ${env.HOSTNAME} but it doesn't appear to resolve.

Most likely because you have no such env. var. in your current shell.
Verify that using echo $HOSTNAME in the same shell you run Ant from.

Available env. vars varies by OS and shell usually. --DD

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Thank you,
Chuck Holzwarth
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