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From this point forward, configuration is dependent upon your workspace settings. We cover more details of our configuration in the next section. Once configuration is complete, the fun begins.
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Our workspace configuration is as follows:
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< xml version="1.0" > <workspace basedir="c:\temp\gump" pkgdir="C:\tools\gump" version="0.3"> <property name="build.sysclasspath" value="first"/> <profile href="profile/erik.xml"/> <project name="ant" home="c:\AntBook\jakarta-ant-1.5"> <jar name="lib/ant.jar"/> <jar name="lib/optional.jar"/> <jar name="lib/junit.jar"/> <jar name="lib/log4j.jar"/> </project> </workspace>
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This workspace definition tells the builds to set the special build.sysclasspath2 property so that system classpath comes before all paths used internal to a build. The profile definition defines projects we want to build, and the <project> element defines where our Ant installation resides. We could have gone even further and had our project depend on the build of Ant itself, but we opted to simply point Gump to an already built version of Ant. Our profile, erik.xml, defines what projects we want to build and which repositories are available:
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<profile name="erik"> <module href="project/antbook.xml"/> <module href="project/xdoclet.xml"/> <repository href="repository/eiger.xml"/> <repository href="repository/sourceforge.xml"/> </profile>
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We build our project and the XDoclet project. If we wanted to, we could even pull down Ant itself, then perhaps Tomcat and Apache Axis. Sure, the build would get slower, but we would know the moment any of these tools broke our code, and we could then either fix our code or raise the issue with whoever changed the code we depend upon. This shows one of the interesting ways that using open source tools can change your perspective. Instead of being a consumer of finished products, your project can
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We do not cover build.sysclasspath in this book. It is rarely needed for Ant users. Ant s documentation provides details on its purpose and possible values.
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stand on the shoulders of the daily builds of all the tools you depend upon. That may seem a bit bleeding edge, and sometimes it is, but another way to look at it is as continuous integration raised up a notch. You are no longer integrating your code against older versions of libraries; you are building on a daily basis against the latest code developed. This may seem unduly hazardous, but open-source developers tend to put all bug fixes at the head of the CVS tree, and prefer bug reports from the nightly build, too. Bug reports with old versions are less welcome, because someone has to determine whether the problem has already gone away. Generating the scripts From a command prompt at the main Gump directory, execute either gen.bat or gen.sh, depending on the platform you re using. This script uses the workspace configuration file and any other needed configuration files to build scripts specific to your platform and settings. These scripts are built to the basedir specified in the workspace definition. Updating and building The generation process creates an update.bat/.sh file and a build.bat/.sh file. First execute the update script, which updates the local copy of the project from the repository. Next, execute the build script to build all projects in their dependency order. Automating these steps is simply a matter of wrapping them in a recurring job. See section 16.1 for additional details on scheduling a job on your platform. 16.4.2 How Gump works Gump does a fantastic job at modeling complex build processes. It separates the concepts of project, module, repository, profile, and workspace into individual XML configuration files, allowing them to be reused easily. Table 16.1 defines these concepts further.
Table 16.1 Gump s configuration files Definition Represents a buildable project or an installable package such as a fixed external library. The project definition names the JARs that it exports, which are available to dependent projects. A collection of projects stored in a single repository. Defines the CVS information needed to access repositories such as SourceForge, Jakarta, or your own CVS server. Defines a collection of projects and repositories. Global controlling configuration. Defines which projects are built, directly or via profile definitions. Platform-specific and path information is kept here.
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