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8.1 8.2 8.3 Our application thus far 188 Building the custom Ant task library Loading common properties across multiple projects 194 8.4 189 8.5 8.6 Handling versioned dependencies 196 Build file philosophy Summary 201 200
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In the previous chapters, we introduced the basic concepts and tasks of Ant. You should now be able to create build files to accomplish many of the most common build-related tasks. What we have not shown you is a single build file that incorporates these. It is easier to explain concepts piece by piece, yet it is difficult to get the full scope and rationale for each element of the build process when you only see it in little fragments. This chapter provides a higher-level view of our sample application s build process, glossing over the details that we have already presented, and introducing new some new concepts. We have not covered all of the techniques shown in the sample build files; these will be noted with references to later chapters.
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Our application consists of a custom Ant task that indexes documents at build time, uses a command-line tool to search an existing index, and contains an interface to allow searching the index and retrieving the results through a web application. In order to maximize reusability of our components and minimize the coupling between them, we split each into its own stand-alone build. Note: The custom Ant task to build a Lucene index (IndexTask) is useful in many projects and its only dependencies are the Lucene and JTidy libraries. 188
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A common component that hides the Lucene API details is used in both the command-line search tool and the web application. The command-line search tool only relies on the shared common component and is used to demonstrate running a Java application from Ant. The web application has the same dependencies as the command-line search tool, as well as the Struts web framework. In an effort to demonstrate as much of Ant s capabilities as possible within the context of our documentation search engine application s build process, we have used a number of techniques and tasks that may be overkill or unnecessary in your particular situation. Ant often provides more than one way to accomplish things, and it is our job to describe these ways and the pros/cons.
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Without further ado, let s jump right into listing 8.1, which is the build file for our custom Ant task library.
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Listing 8.1 Build.xml for our custom Ant task library
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< xml version="1.0" > Declare include <!DOCTYPE project [ files <!ENTITY properties SYSTEM "file:../properties.xml"> <!ENTITY tests_uptodate SYSTEM "file:../tests_uptodate.xml"> <!ENTITY taskdef SYSTEM "file:../taskdef.xml"> <!ENTITY targets SYSTEM "file:../targets.xml"> ]> <project name="AntBook - Custom Ant Tasks" default="default"> <description> Custom Ant task to index text and HTML documents </description> <!-- import external XML fragments --> &properties; &taskdef; &targets;
Include projectwide pieces
<!-- For XDoclet usage --> <property name="template.dir" location="templates"/> XDoclet <property name="taskdef.template" properties location="${template.dir}/taskdef.xdt"/> <property name="taskdef.properties" value="taskdef.properties"/> <!-- ========================================================== --> <!-- Datatype declarations --> <!-- ========================================================== --> <path id="compile.classpath"> <pathelement location="${lucene.jar}"/> Define compile path <pathelement location="${jtidy.jar}"/> </path>
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<path id="test.classpath"> <path refid="compile.classpath"/> <pathelement location="${junit.jar}"/> <pathelement location="${build.classes.dir}"/> <pathelement location="${test.classes.dir}"/> </path>
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<!-- ========================================================== --> <!-- Public targets --> <!-- ========================================================== --> <target name="default" depends="dist" description="default: build verything" /> <target name="all" depends="test,dist" description="build and test everything"/> <target name="test" depends="run-tests" description="run tests" /> <target name="docs" depends="javadocs" description="generate documentation" /> <target name="clean" description="Deletes all previous build artifacts"> <delete dir="${build.dir}"/> <delete dir="${build.classes.dir}"/> <delete dir="${dist.dir}"/> <delete <delete <delete <delete </target> dir="${test.dir}"/> dir="${test.classes.dir}"/> dir="${test.data.dir}"/> dir="${test.reports.dir}"/>
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<target name="dist" depends="taskdef,compile" description="Create JAR"> <jar destfile="${antbook-ant.jar}" basedir="${build.classes.dir}"/> </target>
Build JAR
<!-- ========================================================== --> <!-- Private targets --> <!-- ========================================================== --> <target name="release-settings" if="release.build"> <property name="build.debuglevel" value="lines"/> </target> <!-- compile the java sources using the compilation classpath --> <target name="compile" depends="init,release-settings"> <property name="build.optimize" value="false"/> <property name="build.debuglevel" value="lines,vars,source"/> <echo>debug level=${build.debuglevel}</echo> <javac destdir="${build.classes.dir}" debug="${build.debug}" includeAntRuntime="yes" Atypical our code srcdir="${src.dir}"> uses Ant s API <classpath refid="compile.classpath"/> <include name="**/*.java"/>
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