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From "Joe Schmetzer" <...@exubero.com>
Subject Re: Declare few projects on a build.xml
Date Thu, 05 Mar 2009 16:09:22 GMT
Similarly, I've also just released some Ant library scripts here:

http://www.exubero.com/asl/

These are just build plugins which you can either import directly in your
own build, or just look over them as an example of how to write re-usable
Ant modules.

Cheers,
Joe

On Thu, March 5, 2009 3:44 pm, Brian Pontarelli wrote:
> The way to accomplish this with Ant is to use <import> statements to
> include common build files or use the -f flag to specify a common
> build file for all the projects. However, if these solutions don't
> meet your needs you can also take a look at other solutions like these:
>
>    - Gradle
>    - Maven
>    - Savant 1.5
>
> All of these tools allow you to write common build scripts (sometimes
> called plugins) and reuse them across projects.
>
> -bp
>
>
> On Mar 5, 2009, at 5:50 AM, A A wrote:
>
>> Hello, to all the users from the list, it´s my first mail, and sorry
>> for my poor english.
>> Im starting to test ant, and building a script to automatized the
>> deploys of my aplications, cause before i used to manual wget
>> commands or autodeploys.
>>
>> The problem is I have a more than 30 aplications and 3 diferentes
>> enviroments for each aplications, so it woulb be like create 90
>> build.xml with the projects information.
>>
>> Are there any posibility to simplifiy the project and build.xml
>> properties declare?. It posible to create more than 1 project in a
>> build.xml? Or all projects in the same build.xml
>>
>> Thanks to all.



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