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From "Barry Pape" <>
Subject RE: well-defined ant/xslt problem: (how) can I do this?
Date Thu, 07 Feb 2008 19:19:20 GMT
There is a target attribute for the foreach task. So I'm thinking you
would want to do something like this:
  <foreach target="gen-changes" list="v10,v11,v12" param="myVersion"/>

-----Original Message-----
From: Bill Milbratz [] 
Sent: Thursday, February 07, 2008 12:55 PM
Subject: Re: well-defined ant/xslt problem: (how) can I do this?

A follow-up:

I tried the using the ant-contrib for each, and manually specifying the
versions in a list, but came across a limitation:

pe\build-developer.xml:1217: foreach doesn't support the nested

(I've implemented the internals for the for-each using antcall);

can anyone comment on limitation of the ant-contrib looping mechanism?

  <foreach list="v10,v11,v12" param="myVersion">
    <antcall target="gen-changes">
       <param name="version" value="@{myVersion}"/>

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