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From bool <manohar.kod...@yahoo.co.uk>
Subject Re: subant task scans .svn folders
Date Wed, 09 Jun 2010 14:18:24 GMT



Michael Ludwig-6 wrote:
> 
> bool schrieb am 09.06.2010 um 04:37 (-0700):
>> I am using the following build.xml using subant task. After executing
>> ant find_java on console, I see that when I do "truss -p <pid of ant
>> java process>" I see .svn folders being scanned and opened by ant. Is
>> this expected?
> 
> Don't know. I wouldn't expect that to happen. Is this behaviour specific
> to Ant running the <subant> task?
> 
>> I am using ant1.7.1
> 
> Maybe worth trying with 1.8.1.
> 
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>> Is this behaviour specific to Ant running the <subant> task?

Yes. You can reproduce this by executing find_java target in the build.xml I
pasted and do a truss -p <pid> after finding the pid of java process.

>> Maybe worth trying with 1.8.1.

Just tried this, but found that .svn folders are being scanned and opened.



Also I did not find any option to exclude certain directories patterns
(**/.svn/**) when using subant task from ant documentation
http://ant.apache.org/manual/Tasks/subant.html



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