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From André Pilz <andre.p...@pcvisit.de>
Subject Re: Iterating through the build script
Date Wed, 24 Sep 2008 09:53:43 GMT
Hi,

I use the <antcall> task for this, most often with parameters, example:

<target name="often-used-task">
     <!-- check for parameters -->
     <fail unless="prop" message="${prop} needed"/>
     <!-- do it -->
     ...
     ...
     ...
     <echo message="done for ${prop}"/>
</target>

<antcall target="often-used-task">
     <param name="prop" value="foo"/>
</antcall>

<antcall target="often-used-task">
     <param name="prop" value="bar"/>
</antcall>

Regards,
AP

Patrick Luebbecke schrieb:
> Hi Folks,
> 
> i'm currently writing a build script which will to the following tasks:
> 
> 
> 1. unpack file a
> 2. unpack file b (both files have the same directory and filestructure)
> 
> 3. Replace several strings within different files
> 
> 4. zip file a
> 5. zip file b
> 
> since file a and b have different filenames is there any way to make ant to
> 
> a) unpack file a
> b) replace the strings
> c) zip file a
> 
> d) unpack file b
> e) replace the strings
> f) zip file b
> 
> by invoking the "replace string"-target twice without changing my basic
> code structure (1-5) ?
> 
> Regards
> 
> 
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