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Of note is that the build succeeded despite <fail> executing. Both the <catch> and <finally> execute when a failure is encountered in the <try> block. If no failure had occurred, only the <finally> block would have subsequently executed.
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Using explicit iteration You may find yourself wishing there was a way to perform a set of Ant tasks for every file in a fileset, or iterating over a list of values. With the ant-contrib <foreach> task, such iteration is easily accomplished. In our example, we iterate over a set of string values as well as a set of files.
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<target name="for-each"> <foreach list="1,2,3" target="loop" param="var" delimiter=","> <fileset dir="."/> </foreach> </target> <target name="loop"> <echo message="var = ${var}"/> </target>
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The <foreach> task has two lists that it iterates, one specified using the list attribute, followed by each file in the optional nested <fileset>. Typical usage would not include the use of both list and <fileset> but using both is acceptable as well. The target and param attributes are required. The target attribute specifies an Ant target in the same build file that will be invoked for each iteration, with the param-named property being set to the list item or file name. In our example, the loop target will be executed repeatedly, with the var property being set to 1 for the first iteration, then to 2 and to 3. After the list values complete, the filenames in the fileset are provided as var values. The output is
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for-each: loop: [echo] var = 1 loop: [echo] var = 2 loop: [echo] var = 3 loop: [echo] var = C:\AntBook\Sections\Applying\tasks\ant-contrib.xml loop: [echo] var = C:\AntBook\Sections\Applying\tasks\build\build.properties . . .
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The target is invoked for each iteration by using the underlying mechanism that the <antcall> task uses, which means that the dependencies of the target are reevaluated each iteration. THE ANT-CONTRIB TASKS 257
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In larger build environments in which many components, products, and build files exist, centralizing common pieces used by builds is important. Using a central properties file is a good technique for defining the name/class pairs for all third-party or custom tasks. Classpath issues make this more difficult because all dependencies of all tasks defined need to be in a single classpath for <taskdef>. Another technique is to use XML entity references, as demonstrated in chapter 9. In our application build system, we created a taskdef.xml file containing:
<path id="xdoclet.classpath"> <pathelement location="${xdoclet.jar}"/> <pathelement location="${log4j.jar}"/> <!-- javadoc is needed --> <pathelement path="${java.class.path}"/> <path refid="test.classpath"/> </path> <taskdef name="document" classname="xdoclet.doc.DocumentDocletTask" classpathref="xdoclet.classpath"/> <taskdef name="xdoclet" classname="xdoclet.DocletTask" classpath="${xdoclet.jar}"/> <path id="checkstyle.classpath"> <pathelement location="${checkstyle.jar}"/> </path> <taskdef name="checkstyle" classname="com.puppycrawl.tools.checkstyle.CheckStyleTask" classpathref="checkstyle.classpath"/>
Each build file that will be using these tasks specifies the entity reference at the top of its build.xml:
<!DOCTYPE project [ <!ENTITY taskdef SYSTEM "file:../taskdef.xml"> ]>
Our projects all live one directory below where the XML file resides, so a relative path is used to point up a directory. Later in our build file, before any targets are defined, the entity reference is used:
&taskdef;
Using entity references does have its drawback because the path from the build file to the included file must be a fixed, although likely relative, path. If the build file is moved, so must any relative-referenced entities.
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We routinely use Ant s optional tasks, as well as third-party and custom tasks. We consider <junit> and <junitreport> mandatory tasks in a build process.
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All major projects we work on incorporate the <propertyfile> task to capture build-time information. Do not be put off by tasks that require you to download additional dependencies. Typically, dropping JAR files into ANT_HOME/lib is all that it takes to get up and running with the optional tasks that require an external library, such as <ftp>. However, we actually recommend keeping as much out of ANT_HOME/lib as possible. Many tasks can be used by specifying their classpath in <taskdef>; unfortunately, however, there are classloader issues that require some libraries to be in the system classpath. Experiment with libraries outside of ANT_HOME/lib, because this allows you to locate them in a more centralized directory structure minimizing installation issues for users of your build files. Ask your vendors for Ant support to make your build life easier. Vendors recognize the value of working with Ant and many are already providing custom tasks, but make it known to them if deployment or other integration is too difficult to automate with Ant. Keep external task libraries and their dependencies under source code control. Building your system should be as easy as pulling from the repository, perhaps making a few documented configuration changes, and executing an Ant build. When a need arises for a task that you feel does not exist within Ant s core or optional tasks, check with the Ant web site, which maintains a list of resources for third-party tasks hosted elsewhere. If that fails to identify what you re looking for, inquire on the Ant-user list. Odds are that what you need can already be done in some way. The Ant-user community is the resource we recommend after reading Ant s documentation and consulting Ant s resource links.
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