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From Amnon Khen <amnon.k...@cash-u.com>
Subject core:forEach collections
Date Tue, 09 Dec 2003 15:48:30 GMT
Hi Jelly folk,
What types of collections can be used in the core:forEach tag?
In the ForEach task from ant-contrib, one can use delimited strings as well
as Ant data types like Path-like Structures. Can this also be simply
achieved in Jelly?
I'm thinking about something in the neighborhood of:
<c:forEach ...>
            <c:list>
                        ...
            </c:list>
</c:forEach>
I can always create a path and convert it into a delimited string the
PathConvert task, but it's a bit tedious. It won't kill me, of course...
Is there a way to group properties in to a set similarly to the PropertySet
data type in Ant 1.6?
Thanks for your time and consideration,
            Amnon
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