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The fileset type is one of the most common types used as a nested element by the various NAnt tasks. It has some useful features that are worth bearing in mind. First, a fileset is usually composed of includes and excludes nodes defining which files we want to include and exclude, respectively, as part of a fileset. Here is a simple example: <fileset basedir="D:\MyFolder"> <include name="myfile.txt"/> <exclude name="somefile.txt"/> </fileset> This fileset describes the inclusion of one specific file in the folder D:\MyFolder, which means that the excludes node is entirely superfluous. The includes and excludes nodes work well together when we are describing patterns. Table 3-1 shows pattern possibilities. Table 3-1. Fileset Pattern Matching
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Let us look at a practical demonstration. The following fileset describes a useful set of excludes to walk a set of web files, filtering out all of the superfluous code to be moved to a web server. For example, we do not require the C# source code, or the resources files (as they will be compiled), nor do we require the .csproj files or other source control artifacts.
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Therefore, to walk a directory tree preserving all other assets such as .aspx, .jpg, and .css files, then the pattern could be described as follows: <fileset basedir="D:\DirtyFolder"> <include name="**"/> <exclude name="**\*.cs"/> <exclude name="**\*.resx"/> <exclude name="**\*.csproj"/> <exclude name="**\*.vspscc"/> <exclude name="**\*.scc"/> </fileset> This has been a brief look at a common structure. Keep in mind that we will come across others.
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A filterchain is similar in use to a fileset in that it involves file manipulation. Effectively, a filterchain can be used to handle such tasks as token replacement during file copying and moving. filterchains cannot be used with any in-memory file representation and so must be used as a part of a file-manipulation task. Table 3-2 show some possible uses for a filterchain. Table 3-2. Filterchain Types
Filter
expandproperties replacestring replacetokens tabstospaces
Summary
Parses NAnt properties and expressions. Replaces all occurrences of a given string with a user-supplied replacement string Replaces tokens in the original input with user-supplied values Converts tabs to spaces
The filterchain construct may look like this: <filterchain> <replacetokens> <token key="DRIVELETTER" value="D" /> </replacetokens> </filterchain> This filterchain would replace the token @DRIVELETTER@ with the value D when the file manipulation it was embedded within takes place. The <copy> task example later demonstrates this.
Structural Tasks
In this section, we examine tasks that can be used to add flexibility and power to the structure of a build file, thus moving the construction of a build file from a simple linear activity to an activity more akin to coding. The tasks can be used to handle various requirements:
CHAPTER 3 IMPORTANT NANT TASKS
Repeat targets or whole build files with different properties (and therefore outcomes). Reuse build file solutions and therefore reduce duplication of functionality. Split build file contents to improve management and understanding through a separation of concerns. Improve refactoring possibilities and implementation details through the use of the above features. As powerful as these tasks are, approach with caution. NAnt is generally very linear for two reasons: the way the current engine translates and uses a build file, and the lack of support for parallel execution that is present in NAnt. A build file can be made relatively complex on its own through the use of conditionals and target dependencies and can be difficult to follow even with debug and verbose switches. Once build files are separated and begin to loop, the flow of the build process becomes even less obvious. As with collections of VBScripts database-stored procedures, XSLT, and other similar scripted code dependencies are not always easy to track and going forward it can be easy to introduce risk and rigidity into the delivery process which is precisely the situation we were attempting to avoid.
Start small and refactor. The positive side of collections of scripts and the following tasks is that they Tip
can be implemented quickly. In my experience, avoiding a big design up front will help the implementation of a delivery process move more quickly, particularly if you are exploring the processes and their possibilities. This is the approach that will be used in the next few chapters.
Now, let us consider the tasks that are helpful structurally and how we are likely to apply them in our process.
<call> [NAnt]
This task can be used to call a target within a build file at any point in a build file. Efficiencies can be gained by calling a target multiple times with a different set of properties, as in this example: < xml version="1.0" > <project default="repeater"> <target name="repeater"> <property name="myparameter" value="foo" /> <call target="generaltarget"/> <property name="myparameter" value="bar" /> <call target="generaltarget" /> </target>
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