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From "Scot P. Floess" <sflo...@nc.rr.com>
Subject Re: Nothing to do <file-name> is up to date
Date Wed, 05 Nov 2008 15:16:45 GMT

Do you really mean to literally name the files <dest-file> and 
directory <dest-dir>???  When I say literally, that will be come the name 
of the file and directory respectively...  Yes, the <> do matter.  ${} is 
for property value substitution.  <> are being taken here literally.  So, 
if you were operating in a directory named foo, it'd be something akin to 
this:

foo/<dest-file>.tar.bz2

I think your problem with the tarfileset is you are not grabbing your 
files - meaning you are attempting to pull files from a directory entitled 
<dest-dir>

I bet no directory named this exists...

I really believe you are wanting to do property value substituion, 
therefore the ${dest-dir}

Did you define a property named dest-dir?

On Wed, 5 Nov 2008, pm rao wrote:

> Hi Scot,
>
> Thanks for the info. Your guess is correct. Its a typo..
>
> <delete file="<file-name>.tar.bz2" /> is incorrect
>
> it should be <delete file="<dest-file>.tar.bz2" />. And i think it
> doesnt matter if you give it as ${} or <>, as i'm not defining any
> properties for ${dest-file} (for example) and giving some absolute
> values as <dest-file>. I have made some changes to below example.
> Please let me know on how to resolve this. As i said, what i think is
> we need to give proper options to tarfileset which i'm unable to
> figure it out.
>
> On Wed, Nov 5, 2008 at 7:48 AM, Scot P. Floess <sfloess@nc.rr.com> wrote:
>>
>> Silly question...did you really want to name your file "<dest-file>.tar.bz2"
or did you mean to do something like
>> "${dest-file}.tar.bz2" ????
>>
>> I don't think you are doing the correct thing.  You delete <file-name>.tar.bz2,
but are creating a <dest-file>.tar.bz2
>>
>> Basically, it may be up 2 date and not recreating...
>>
>> My guess is you really mean to do something like this:
>>
>> <target name="zip-file">
>>    <delete file="${dest-file}.tar.bz2" />
>>    <tar compression="bzip2" destfile="${dest-file}.tar.bz2" >
>>        <tarfileset dir="." includes="${dest-dir}/bin/**" excludes="**/*.bat" filemode="755"
/>
>>        <tarfileset dir="." includes="${dest-dir}/bin/*.bat" />
>>        <tarfileset dir="." includes="${dest-dir}/examples/build" filemode="755"
/>
>>        <tarfileset dir="." includes="${dest-dir}/examples/**" excludes="${dest-dir}/examples/build"
/>
>>        <tarfileset dir="." includes="${dest-dir}/lib/**" />
>>    </tar>
>> </target>
>>
>> On Tue, 4 Nov 2008, pm rao wrote:
>>
>>> Hi All,
>>>
>>> I have added following code snippet into my build.xml. And i observed there
>>> is no zip (tar.bz2) file created after build.
>>>
>>>  <target name="zip-file">
>>>
>>>   <delete file="<dest-file>.tar.bz2" />
>>>
>>>   <tar compression="bzip2" destfile="<dest-file>.tar.bz2" >
>>>     <tarfileset dir="." includes="<dest-dir>/bin/**" excludes="**/*.bat"
>>> filemode="755" />
>>>     <tarfileset dir="." includes="<dest-dir>/bin/*.bat" />
>>>     <tarfileset dir="." includes="<dest-dir>/examples/build"
>>> filemode="755" />
>>>     <tarfileset dir="." includes="<dest-dir>/examples/**"
>>> excludes="<dest-dir>/examples/build" />
>>>     <tarfileset dir="." includes="<dest-dir>/lib/**" />
>>>   </tar>
>>>  </target>
>>>
>>> I expect my build.xml present at <another-dir>/build.xml to compiles all
the
>>> code in <dest-dir>/ and creates a tar.bz2 file in <dest-dir>/. But
it is
>>> able to compile all the code and in the end it is unable to create
>>> zip(tar.bz2) file. Its giving a message as:
>>>
>>> zip-file:
>>>     [tar] Nothing to do: <dest-dir>/<dest-file>.tar.bz2 is up to
date.
>>>
>>> When I expect my build.xml present at <another-dir>/build.xml to compiles
>>> all the code in <another-dir>/ and creates a tar.bz2 file in <another-dir>/.
>>> it is able to compile all the code and able to create zip(tar.bz2) file.
>>>
>>> What i'm suspecting is that we need to set the option for "dir" in
>>> tarfileset. I have tried with as <tarfileset dir="<dest-dir>" but it
didnot
>>> work. Could any one please help me out in resolving this issue.
>>>
>>> --
>>> Thanks & Regards,
>>> Mallik
>>>
>>
>> Scot P. Floess
>> 27 Lake Royale
>> Louisburg, NC  27549
>>
>> 252-478-8087 (Home)
>> 919-754-4592 (Work)
>>
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>>
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Scot P. Floess
27 Lake Royale
Louisburg, NC  27549

252-478-8087 (Home)
919-754-4592 (Work)

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