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From boisv...@apache.org
Subject svn commit: r893616 - /buildr/trunk/doc/packaging.textile
Date Wed, 23 Dec 2009 20:05:06 GMT
Author: boisvert
Date: Wed Dec 23 20:05:05 2009
New Revision: 893616

URL: http://svn.apache.org/viewvc?rev=893616&view=rev
Log:
Use absolute paths where needed

Modified:
    buildr/trunk/doc/packaging.textile

Modified: buildr/trunk/doc/packaging.textile
URL: http://svn.apache.org/viewvc/buildr/trunk/doc/packaging.textile?rev=893616&r1=893615&r2=893616&view=diff
==============================================================================
--- buildr/trunk/doc/packaging.textile (original)
+++ buildr/trunk/doc/packaging.textile Wed Dec 23 20:05:05 2009
@@ -102,21 +102,21 @@
 
 {% highlight ruby %}
 package(:zip).include('target/docs').
-  exclude('target/docs/**/*.{draft,raw}')
+  exclude(_('target/docs/**/*.{draft,raw}'))
 {% endhighlight %}
 
 So far we've included files under the root of the ZIP.  Let's include some files under a
given path using the @:path@ option:
 
 {% highlight ruby %}
-package(:zip).include 'target/docs', :path=>"#{id}-#{version}"
+package(:zip).include _('target/docs'), :path=>"#{id}-#{version}"
 {% endhighlight %}
 
 If you need to use the @:path@ option repeatedly, consider using the @tap@ method instead.
 For example:
 
 {% highlight ruby %}
 package(:zip).path("#{id}-#{version}").tap do |path|
-  path.include 'target/docs'
-  path.include 'README'
+  path.include _('target/docs')
+  path.include _('README')
 end
 {% endhighlight %}
 
@@ -127,14 +127,14 @@
 If you need to include a file or directory under a different name, use the @:as@ option.
 For example:
 
 {% highlight ruby %}
-package(:zip).include('corporate-logo-350x240.png', :as=>'logo.png')
+package(:zip).include(_('corporate-logo-350x240.png'), :as=>'logo.png')
 {% endhighlight %}
 
 You can also use @:as=>'.'@ to include all files from the given directory.  For example:
 
 {% highlight ruby %}
-package(:zip).include 'target/docs/*'
-package(:zip).include 'target/docs', :as=>'.'
+package(:zip).include _('target/docs/*')
+package(:zip).include _('target/docs'), :as=>'.'
 {% endhighlight %}
 
 These two are almost identical.  They both include all the files from the @target/docs@ directory,
but not the directory itself.  But they operate differently.  The first line expands to include
all the files in @target/docs@. If you don't already have files in @target/docs@, well, then
it won't do anything interesting.  Your ZIP will come up empty.  The second file includes
the directory itself, but strips the path during inclusion.  You can define it now, create
these files later, and then ZIP them all up.
@@ -146,14 +146,14 @@
 You can also merge two ZIP files together, expanding the content of one ZIP into the other.
 For example:
 
 {% highlight ruby %}
-package(:zip).merge 'part1.zip', 'part2.zip'
+package(:zip).merge _('part1.zip'), _('part2.zip')
 {% endhighlight %}
 
 If you need to be more selective, you can apply the include/exclude pattern to the expanded
ZIP.  For example:
 
 {% highlight ruby %}
 # Everything but the libs
-package(:zip).merge('bigbad.war').exclude('libs/**/*')
+package(:zip).merge(_('bigbad.war')).exclude('libs/**/*')
 {% endhighlight %}
 
 
@@ -257,7 +257,7 @@
 {% highlight ruby %}
 # Host name depends on environment.
 host = ENV['ENV'] == 'test' ? 'test.host' : 'ws.example.com'
-filter.from('src/main/axis2').into('target').
+filter.from(_('src/main/axis2')).into(_(:target)).
   include('services.xml', '==*==.wsdl').using('http_port'=>'8080', 'http_host'=>host)
 package(:aar).wsdls.clear
 package(:aar).with(:services_xml=>_('target/services.xml'), :wsdls=>_('target/==*==.wsdl'))



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