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This option enables verbose messages for actions on the property, although in my experience it does not actually provide any utility.
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NAnt contains several built-in properties that can be useful for builds (depending on the circumstance) and for debugging. They are shown in Table 2-6. Table 2-6. Built-in NAnt Properties
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nant.version nant.filename nant.location nant.project.basedir nant.project.buildfile nant.project.name nant.project.default nant.onsuccess nant.onfailure nant.tasks.* nant.settings.defaultframework nant.settings.defaultframework. description nant.settings.defaultframework. frameworkdirectory nant.settings.defaultframework. sdkdirectory nant.settings.defaultframework. frameworkassemblydirectory nant.settings.currentframework.* nant.platform.name nant.platform.win32 nant.platform.unix
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The version of NAnt The full path to the NAnt assembly The base directory of the NAnt assembly The absolute path of the project s basedir The absolute path of the build file The name of the project The name of the project s default target The name of a target to be executed when the build succeeds The name of a target to be executed when the build fails Each task available to nant has a true value. The default framework as set in nant.exe.config Description of the default framework The framework directory of the default framework The framework SDK directory of the default framework The framework assembly directory of the default framework if used The same set of properties for the currently selected framework The name of the platform on which NAnt is currently running: either win32 or unix Holds the value true if NAnt is running on the Windows 32 platform; otherwise, false Holds the value true if NAnt is running on the Unix platform; otherwise, false
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The use of these settings for the diagnosis of problems and for the branching of build files is quite obvious. In the NAnt.exe.config file it is possible to set global properties for use in all scripts. This could be useful for standardizing messages and so on.
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Two of the built-in properties onsuccess and onfailure merit some additional attention.
nant.onsuccess and nant.onfailure
These useful properties hold the name of a target that should be run when the execution of a build file succeeds or fails. This can be very useful for, say, mail-based notification or other types of notification. Although I am in danger of accentuating the negative, I will concentrate on the onfailure property for these examples. Consider the following simple script: < xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8" > <project name="FailureTest1" default="go"> <property name="nant.onfailure" value="fail"/> <property name="message" value="Hello again!"/> <target name="go"> <fail /> <echo message="${message}"/> </target> <target name="fail"> <echo message="Oh dear, it has all gone wrong."/> </target> </project> The main points to notice are the addition of the nant.onfailure property and the task to ensure that the go target fails. The output looks like this: ---------- NAnt ---------Buildfile: file:///FailureTest.build Target(s) specified: go go: fail: [echo] Oh dear, it has all gone wrong. BUILD FAILED No message. Total time: 0.1 seconds. Output completed (2 sec consumed) - Normal Termination So the fail target ran when the go target failed. No problem. We can make things a little more dynamic, as the following script shows: < xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8" > <project name="FailureTest2" default="go"> <property name="nant.onfailure" value="fail"/> <property name="failed.message" value="Something went wrong."/> <property name="message" value="Hello again!"/> <target name="go" depends="normal, important"/>
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<target name="normal"> <echo message="Normal step OK"/> </target> <target name="important"> <property name="failed.message" value="IMPORTANT! World Ending!"/> <fail/> <echo message="Important step OK"/> </target> <target name="fail"> <echo message="${failed.message}"/> </target> </project> This time, we can set an individual message (poor man s debugging!) depending on where the build file fails. The output is as follows: ---------- NAnt ---------Buildfile: file:///HelloWorld.build Target(s) specified: go normal: [echo] Normal step OK important: fail: [echo] IMPORTANT! World Ending! BUILD FAILED No message. Total time: 0.1 seconds. Output completed (2 sec consumed) - Normal Termination This target can be used to carry out corrective action as appropriate to a build file. For example, if a task is to check out a file from source control, manipulate that file, and then check it back into source control, there can be problems if the task fails prior to the check-in but post the checkout. In future runs, the build will fail since the file will already be checked out. An onfailure target could be used to ensure that the file is checked back in, regardless. We will see further discussion of this in 4.
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