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From Karl-Friedrich.Hei...@gi-de.com
Subject Antwort: Re: Antwort: How to execute a target multiple times, with different parameters
Date Mon, 03 Mar 2008 14:03:22 GMT
Hi,

i think you should take 
        < param name="questions" value="QA2006_testset.xml" />
        < param name="maxdocs" value="200" />
not as 'param' but as normal properties.
Then they are visible within your target "get-docs-all"  and all called 
targets.

Karl



leondz <leondz@gmail.com> 
03.03.2008 14:54
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Re: Antwort: How to execute a target multiple times, with different 
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Hi,

This approach is working really well!

I've found that the target executing <antcall> contains a lot of repeated
code, though; is it possible to nest parameters?

For example, I have:

<target name="get-docs-all">
        <antcall target="get-docs">
                < param name="questions" value="QA2006_testset.xml" />
                < param name="engine" value="Terrier (AQUAINT)" />
                < param name="output" value="QA2006_terrier" />
                < param name="maxdocs" value="200" />
        </antcall>
        <antcall target="get-docs">
                < param name="questions" value="QA2006_testset.xml" />
                < param name="engine" value="Lucene (AQUAINT)" />
                < param name="output" value="QA2006_lucene" />
                < param name="maxdocs" value="200" />
        </antcall>
        <antcall target="get-docs">
                < param name="questions" value="QA2006_testset.xml" />
                < param name="engine" value="Indri (AQUAINT)" />
                < param name="output" value="QA2006_indri" />
                < param name="maxdocs" value="200" />
        </antcall>
</target>


Though something like the following would be preferred (the syntax is
utterly wrong):

<target name="get-docs-all">
        < param name="questions" value="QA2006_testset.xml" />
        < param name="maxdocs" value="200" />
        <antcall target="get-docs">
                < param name="engine" value="Terrier (AQUAINT)" />
                < param name="output" value="QA2006_terrier" />
        </antcall>
        <antcall target="get-docs">
                < param name="engine" value="Lucene (AQUAINT)" />
                < param name="output" value="QA2006_lucene" />
        </antcall>
        <antcall target="get-docs">
                < param name="engine" value="Indri (AQUAINT)" />
                < param name="output" value="QA2006_indri" />
        </antcall>
</target>


Is this kind of structure achievable?

Thanks again for all your help!

All the best,


Leon



Karl-Friedrich.Heintz wrote:
> 
> Hi,
> 
> call your 'get-docs' from another target via <antcall>  and within this 
> <antcall> you can use nested  elements, one for each argument  (see 
> also ANT documentation).
> 
> Karl
> 
> 
> 
> 
> leondz <leondz@gmail.com> 
> 29.02.2008 12:51
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> 
> 
> An
> user@ant.apache.org
> Kopie
> 
> Thema
> How to execute a target multiple times, with different parameters
> 
> 
> 
> 
> 
> 
> 
> Hi,
> 
> I'm new to ant. I have a target in an existing project that looks like 
> this:
> 
> 
>         <target name="get-docs">
>                         <fail unless="jar.present" message="TREC Apps 
> cannot
> be run until they have been built!"/>
>                         <java fork="true"
> classname="shef.qa.trec.GetRelevantDocuments">
>                                 <jvmarg
> 
value="-Djava.library.path=/share/nlp.raid1/trec_qa/darwin/apps/indri-2.6/swig/obj/java"/>
>                                 <jvmarg value="-Xmx512m"/>
>                                 <jvmarg 
value="-Dgate.home=${gate.home}"/>
>                                 <jvmarg 
value="-Dnlp.plugins=${plugins}"/>
>                                 <jvmarg
> value="-Dwordnet.home=${wordnet.home}"/>
>                                 <arg value="QA2006_testset.xml"/>
>                                 <arg value="QA2006_terrier"/>
>                                 <arg value="200"/>
>                                 <arg value="Terrier (AQUAINT)"/>
>                                 <classpath>
>                                         <fileset file="${jar.file}"/>
>                                         <fileset dir="${framework}">
>                                                 <include 
name="**/*.jar"/>
>                                         </fileset>
>                                         <fileset dir="${lib.shared}">
>                                                 <include 
name="**/*.jar"/>
>                                         </fileset>
>                                         <fileset dir="${plugins}">
>                                                 <include 
name="**/*.jar"/>
>                                         </fileset>
>                                 </classpath>
>                         </java>
>         </target>
> 
> 
> 
> I want to run it a few times, using different values for the args. I 
don't
> mind doing this from within ant, or from a shell script, but I'm not 
sure
> how to automatically modify the arguments. What are the options?
> 
> Thanks!
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