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Loading a specific assembly such as a debug VS .NET generated version would look like this: <loadtasks assembly="D:\Projects\CustomSoln\MyTask\bin\debug\MyTask.dll" /> Loading a set of assemblies from a particular directory such as the latest versions of all of my custom tasks would look like this: <loadtasks path="P:\Repository\CustomNAntTasks" /> Loading a set of specific assemblies such as targeted versions of my custom tasks would look like this (and notice here how <loadtasks> accepts a <fileset> type): <loadtasks> <fileset> <include name="P:\Repository\CustomNAntTasks\DBTask_v1.dll" /> <include name="P:\Repository\CustomNAntTasks\FxCopTask_v3.dll" /> </fileset> </loadtasks> NAnt will give a response when it has found assemblies and is searching for NAnt tasks within the assembly: ---------- NAnt ---------NAnt 0.85 Copyright (C) 2001-2004 Gerry Shaw http://nant.sourceforge.net Buildfile: file:///Loadtasks.build [loadtasks] Scanning directory "D:\MyTasks\" for extension assemblies. [loadtasks] Scanning assembly "NAntExtensions" for extensions. BUILD SUCCEEDED Total time: 0 seconds. Output completed (0 sec consumed) - Normal Termination
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The conditional tasks follow on quite neatly from the structural tasks. Generally, they provide a similar flexibility but on a micro rather than a macro level. That is, conditionals are probably best used to provide flexibility within a target rather than a build file. Once again, take care when using conditionals as part of the process. The effect of a conditional is to introduce new alternative paths to the process and the use cases comprising the process definition. Because NAnt is not easy to test in terms of process paths, the introduction of too many conditionals could lead to behaviors that are difficult to see during implementation.
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I am being cautious about the introduction of conditionals and in fact I actually prefer the structural Tip
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tasks as part of the overall process. This is mainly because I think that defining a process with too many branches and possibilities represents a weakness in the process itself; perhaps it should be a suite of processes instead.
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We saw a useful example of the <foreach> task in our discussion of the <call> task earlier; we used it as part of our recursive call procedure. <foreach> is a useful task but has a limited set of looping possibilities, namely that it operates on a folder, a file, a string, or a line. Essentially this means that loops over files and folders are quite straightforward, but other less obvious loops tend to have to be thought about and managed carefully in order to get the best use out of <foreach>. The previous example showed a simple implementation of <foreach>, but in fact the construct can be relatively involved because it accepts filesets as input.
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This is a useful debugging task. I generally would not use it explicitly in a production build file since it is easy enough to make a build file fail in the first place. On the other hand, you may wish to double-check some important property prior to beginning any build activities and instruct the build to fail if some explicit setting is not present for example, if no project name is being passed to the master build file. In other words, it simply is not worth continuing until failure if certain conditions are not met. <fail> is a useful task to combine with the <if> and <ifnot> tasks.
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In addition to <fail>, a useful check in the master build file is as follows: <ifnot test="${property::exists('project.name')}"> <fail message="Please enter a project.name to run this file." /> </ifnot> This will avoid any unnecessary debugging where a parameter that is required has not been used by the caller of the build file. It can be especially useful when build files are being chained and called by each other. The code in bold is a slight departure from anything we have seen so far and makes use of built-in functions from NAnt. We will look at these functions later in the chapter. For now, the result of running the previous script (without a project.name property) is as follows: ---------- NAnt ---------NAnt 0.85 Copyright (C) 2001-2004 Gerry Shaw http://nant.sourceforge.net
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