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A sampling of optional Ant tasks
Task name
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APPENDIX C
The Ant build tool
Table C.2 A sampling of optional Ant tasks (continued)
Task name
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Installing and configuring Ant
You can download the latest version of Ant from http://jakarta.apache.org/ ant. Be sure to also download the optional Ant tasks. This secondary download is brief and will save you time later when you would like to invoke an optional task for the first time. Expand the Ant distribution file to a directory of your choice and set three environment variables as detailed in table C.3.
Table C.3
Ant environment variables
Environment variable
JAVA_HOME
Value to set
Absolute path to your JDK installation Absolute path to your Ant installation Add Java and Ant executable directories to your system path
UNIX example
JAVA_HOME=/usr/local/jdk
MS-DOS Example
JAVA_HOME=C:\jdk
ANT_HOME
ANT_HOME=/usr/local/ant
ANT_HOME=C:\ant
PATH
PATH=$PATH:$ANT_HOME/bin: $JAVA_HOME/bin
PATH=%PATH%;%ANT_HOME%\bin; %JAVA_HOME%\bin
Creating a build file
To test your installation, go to a shell and execute the command ant from any directory. If ant is installed properly, you will see the following message (assuming no file named build.xml is found in your current directory):
Buildfile: build.xml does not exist! Build failed.
If you see the above message when you type ant at a command line, you are now ready to construct your first build file and begin using Ant.
Creating a build file
An Ant build file is an XML document with a structure represented by figure C.1. As you see, the root node of a build file is the <project> element. Projects can contain global properties, task definitions, dynamically constructed path variables, and targets. Targets are named groupings of tasks. A target can depend on the successful execution of other targets. A target can also invoke other targets in the course of its processing. The capabilities of Ant tasks, properties, and dynamic paths make Ant an extremely powerful and flexible tool.
project 1 N
property
target 1 N property
task
N path
path
taskdef
Figure C.1 Build file structure
APPENDIX C
The Ant build tool
C.2.1
Dynamically constructed paths and file sets
One of the key features of Ant, besides the numerous built-in and optional tasks it can perform, is its ability to dynamically construct path variables at execution time, specifically a classpath. As we mentioned in the previous section, a <path> is just one type of element found in an Ant build file. Ant dynamically constructs path variables by evaluating one or more <pathelement> and/or <fileset> elements contained within a <path> definition. A <pathelement> points at a file system directory, and adds all the contents of that directory to the path being defined. A <fileset> is more powerful, allowing you to filter the contents of a directory being added to the path. You can specify files to be excluded either explicitly or using regular expressions. To see how this works, let us look at an example. Suppose you define a <path> element in your build file as follows:
<path id="project.class.path"> <pathelement path="${build.dir}"/> <fileset dir="lib"> <include name="**/*.jar"/> <include name="**/*.zip"/> </fileset> </path>
Ant creates a path variable with an id (name) of project.class.path. The path includes all files and directories beneath the ${build.dir} directory (which you probably set earlier in the file via a global property). It also contains all ZIP and JAR files found in the lib relative directory and any subdirectories. And if you wanted to exclude a specific JAR file from the path, deprecated.jar, for example, you could add the following node to the fileset definition:
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