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From "Murray, Mike" <>
Subject RE: Custom Task using Groovy
Date Fri, 04 Dec 2009 01:34:39 GMT
Resolved.  It works fine to code a custom task with Groovy and no setter
methods need to be coded.


The "trick" is to not have a macrodef with the same name as your task.
When I meant to call my macrodef, it was calling my task directly.  So
the arguments that are passed to my task by my macrodef were never


From: Murray, Mike 
Sent: Tuesday, December 01, 2009 11:45 AM
Subject: Custom Task using Groovy


I've created a groovy class that (indirectly) extends Task, and I'm
calling it from my build script, but the property setters are not
getting called.  I've even explicitly coded the setters, to make sure
they are visible to the Ant code.


Is there some trick I am missing, or am have I just overlooked something
dumb in my code?


Thanks, Mike

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