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From Assaf Arkin <ar...@intalio.com>
Subject Re: Help using Include
Date Thu, 18 Jun 2009 17:20:48 GMT
On Wed, Jun 17, 2009 at 4:03 PM, Andrew Moore
<andrew.moore@redprairie.com>wrote:

> Well, I have it working, but not as it seems like it should... I'm
> essentially excluding every other kind of file, like this:
>
>
> package(:war).path('').include(:from=>_('../a/b/c')).exclude('**/*.gif').exclude('**/*.jpg').exclude('**/*.css')
>
> I've got about a dozen files I'm excluding, so this isn't a great solution.
>
> I am running version 1.3.3, so maybe there is a bug with that version
> related to this that has been fixed in 1.3.4.
> After looking more closely, it seems like with the other way:
>
> package(:war).path('').include(:from=>_('../a/b/c')).include('**/*.js')


With the exception of merging zips, includes do not compose, so the first
include tells the path to include all the files from a/b/c, and the second
include tells path to include all the .js files in your build.

What's missing is a way to use :from but only for specific patten, something
like:

package(:war).include("**/*.js", :from=>'a/b/c')

I had to double check that there's no code for that, or an open issue (looks
like such an oversight). So first thing, let's add an issue.

Assaf


>
> I did seem to only get .js files, but I ended up with duplicate copies...
> one copy of all the .js files at the root of the war and another in the
> directory structure where I expect them to be.
>
> If I get time, I'll try and revisit this and create a test case example...
> I'm behind schedule right now, so I'll have to plug on with this. Thanks for
> the help, I will try and get back to this to flush it out.
>
> ~ Andrew
>
>

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