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<!--
- Ant build file for commons-logging.
-
- Quick build instructions:
- * ant getlibs
- * cp build.properties.sample build.properties
- * ant -lib lib/junit-3.8.1.jar dist
-
- Note that this build file uses the optional <junit> task. While the
- task "adapter" class comes by default with ant 1.6+, the junit libraries
- (3.8.1 or later) are also required to be made available to ant. This
- requires that you do one of the following:
- * create directory ~/.ant/lib and place the junit jar there
- * put the junit jar in $ANT_HOME/lib
- * run ant as "ant -lib path-to-junit-jar"
- * put the junit jar in $CLASSPATH
-
- Note when building JCL for release it is strongly recommended that a 1.2 JVM
- is used for the main compile and the home.jdk4 property used to specify
- the path to a 1.4 J2SDK. This will be used to compile those classes
- which require the 1.4 API.
-
- $Id$
-->
<project name="Logging" default="all" basedir=".">
<!-- ========== Initialize Properties ===================================== -->
<property file="build.properties"/> <!-- Component local -->
<property file="../build.properties"/> <!-- Commons local -->
<property file="${user.home}/build.properties"/> <!-- User local -->
<!-- ========== External Dependencies ===================================== -->
<!-- The directories corresponding to your necessary dependencies -->
<property name="junit.home" value="/usr/local/junit3.5"/>
<property name="jakarta.home" value="../.."/>
<property name="commons.home" value="../.."/>
<!--
- The names of the unit tests to run. By default all tests are run, but
- this can be overridden from the command line by something like:
- ant -Dtestmatch=**/FooTestCase test
-->
<property name="testmatch" value="**/*TestCase"/>
<!-- ========== Derived Values ============================================ -->
<!-- The locations of necessary jar files -->
<property name="junit.jar" value="junit-3.8.1.jar"/>
<property name="log4j12.jar" value="log4j-1.2.17.jar"/>
<property name="log4j13.jar" value="log4j-1.3.0.jar"/>
<property name="logkit.jar" value="logkit-1.0.1.jar"/>
<property name="avalon-framework.jar" value="avalon-framework-4.1.5.jar"/>
<property name="servletapi.jar" value="servletapi-2.3.jar"/>
<!-- ========== Component Declarations ==================================== -->
<!-- The name of this component -->
<property name="component.name" value="logging"/>
<!-- The primary package name of this component -->
<property name="component.package" value="org.apache.commons.logging"/>
<!-- The title of this component -->
<property name="component.title" value="Logging Wrapper Library"/>
<!-- The current version number of this component -->
<property name="component.version" value="1.2.1-SNAPSHOT"/>
<!-- The base directory for compilation targets -->
<property name="build.home" value="${basedir}/target"/>
<!-- The base directory for component configuration files -->
<property name="conf.home" value="src/conf"/>
<!-- The base directory for distribution targets -->
<property name="dist.home" value="dist"/>
<!-- The base directory for releases -->
<property name="artifacts.home" value="artifacts"/>
<!-- The base directory for component sources -->
<property name="source.home" value="src/main/java"/>
<!-- The base directory for unit test sources -->
<property name="test.home" value="src/test/java"/>
<!-- The base directory for unit test resources -->
<property name="test.resources" value="src/test/resources"/>
<!-- jar names -->
<property name="core.jar.name" value="commons-${component.name}-${component.version}.jar"/>
<property name="api.jar.name" value="commons-${component.name}-api-${component.version}.jar"/>
<property name="adapters.jar.name" value="commons-${component.name}-adapters-${component.version}.jar"/>
<property name="src.ide.name" value="commons-${component.name}-${component.version}-ide.zip"/>
<!-- dist names -->
<property name="windows.dist.name" value="commons-${component.name}-${component.version}.zip"/>
<property name="nix.dist.name" value="commons-${component.name}-${component.version}.tar.gz"/>
<!-- ========== Compiler Defaults ========================================= -->
<!-- Version of java class files to generate. -->
<property name="target.version" value="1.2"/>
<!-- Version of java source to accept -->
<property name="source.version" value="1.2"/>
<!-- Should Java compilations set the 'debug' compiler option? -->
<property name="compile.debug" value="true"/>
<!-- Should Java compilations set the 'deprecation' compiler option? -->
<property name="compile.deprecation" value="false"/>
<!-- Should Java compilations set the 'optimize' compiler option? -->
<property name="compile.optimize" value="false"/>
<!-- Construct compile classpath -->
<path id="compile.classpath">
<pathelement location="${build.home}/classes"/>
<pathelement location="${junit.jar}"/>
<pathelement location="${logkit.jar}"/>
<pathelement location="${avalon-framework.jar}"/>
<pathelement location="${servletapi.jar}"/>
</path>
<!-- ========== Test Execution Defaults =================================== -->
<!--
- Construct unit test classpath (generic tests).
-
- Note that unit tests that use the PathableTestSuite approach don't need
- any of this (except junit). However unit tests that don't use PathableTestSuite
- to configure their classpath will need the basic classes to be provided
- via this mechanism.
-->
<path id="test.classpath">
<pathelement location="${build.home}/classes"/>
<pathelement location="${build.home}/tests"/>
<pathelement location="${junit.jar}"/>
<pathelement location="${logkit.jar}"/>
<pathelement location="${avalon-framework.jar}"/>
<pathelement location="${conf.home}"/>
<pathelement location="${servletapi.jar}"/>
</path>
<!-- Construct unit test classpath (Log4J tests) -->
<path id="test.classpath.log4j13">
<pathelement location="${build.home}/classes"/>
<pathelement location="${build.home}/tests"/>
<pathelement location="${junit.jar}"/>
<pathelement location="${log4j13.jar}"/>
</path>
<!-- Construct unit test classpath (Log4J tests) -->
<path id="test.classpath.log4j12">
<pathelement location="${build.home}/classes"/>
<pathelement location="${build.home}/tests"/>
<pathelement location="${junit.jar}"/>
<pathelement location="${log4j12.jar}"/>
</path>
<!-- Construct javadoc classpath -->
<path id="javadoc.classpath">
<path refid="compile.classpath"/>
<pathelement location="${log4j12.jar}"/>
</path>
<!-- Should all tests fail if one does? -->
<property name="test.failonerror" value="true"/>
<!-- The test runner to execute -->
<property name="test.runner" value="junit.textui.TestRunner"/>
<!-- libs to pass to the tests -->
<property name="test.sysprops.testclasses" value="${build.home}/tests"/>
<property name="test.sysprops.log4j12" value="${log4j12.jar}"/>
<property name="test.sysprops.log4j13" value="${log4j13.jar}"/>
<property name="test.sysprops.logkit" value="${logkit.jar}"/>
<property name="test.sysprops.servlet-api" value="${servletapi.jar}"/>
<property name="test.sysprops.commons-logging" value="${build.home}/${core.jar.name}"/>
<property name="test.sysprops.commons-logging-api" value="${build.home}/${api.jar.name}"/>
<property name="test.sysprops.commons-logging-adapters" value="${build.home}/${adapters.jar.name}"/>
<propertyset id="test-lib-props">
<propertyref prefix="test.sysprops."/>
<mapper type="glob" from="test.sysprops.*" to="*"/>
</propertyset>
<!-- ========== Executable Targets ======================================== -->
<!--
- Running this target will download all the necessary dependencies into the "lib" subdirectory.
-->
<property name="getlibs.base" value="http://repo1.maven.org/maven"/>
<target name="getlibs">
<mkdir dir="lib"/>
<get dest="lib/junit-3.8.1.jar" src="${getlibs.base}/junit/jars/junit-3.8.1.jar"/>
<get dest="lib/logkit-1.0.1.jar" src="${getlibs.base}/logkit/jars/logkit-1.0.1.jar"/>
<get dest="lib/avalon-framework-4.1.3.jar" src="${getlibs.base}/avalon-framework/jars/avalon-framework-4.1.3.jar"/>
<get dest="lib/log4j-1.2.12.jar" src="${getlibs.base}/log4j/jars/log4j-1.2.12.jar"/>
<get dest="lib/servletapi-2.3.jar" src="${getlibs.base}/servletapi/jars/servletapi-2.3.jar"/>
</target>
<target name="init"
description="Initialize and evaluate conditionals">
<echo message="-------- ${component.title} ${component.version} --------"/>
<filter token="name" value="${component.name}"/>
<filter token="package" value="${component.package}"/>
<filter token="version" value="${component.version}"/>
</target>
<target name="prepare" depends="init"
description="Prepare build directory">
<echo>
Log4j12: ${log4j12.jar}
<!-- Note: log4j13 support is not available in the 1.1 release. -->
<!--Log4j13: ${log4j13.jar}-->
LogKit: ${logkit.jar}
Avalon-Framework: ${avalon-framework.jar}
</echo>
<mkdir dir="${build.home}"/>
<mkdir dir="${build.home}/classes"/>
<mkdir dir="${build.home}/conf"/>
<mkdir dir="${build.home}/tests"/>
</target>
<target name="static" depends="prepare"
description="Copy static files to build directory">
<tstamp/>
<copy todir="${build.home}/conf" filtering="on">
<fileset dir="${conf.home}" includes="*.MF"/>
<fileset dir="${conf.home}" includes="*.properties"/>
</copy>
</target>
<target name="compile" depends="static,compile-only"
description="Compile shareable components"/>
<target name='discovery' depends='init'>
<available property="jdk.1.4.present"
classname="java.util.logging.Logger"/>
<available property="logkit.present"
classpathref="compile.classpath"
classname="org.apache.log.Logger"/>
<available property="avalon-framework.present"
classpathref="compile.classpath"
classname="org.apache.avalon.framework.logger.Logger"/>
<available file="${log4j12.jar}" property="log4j12.present"/>
<available file="${log4j13.jar}" property="log4j13.present"/>
<available file="${build.home}/docs" property="maven.generated.docs.present"/>
</target>
<target name="log4j12-warning" unless='log4j12.present' depends='init,discovery'>
<echo>
*** WARNING ***
Log4j 1.2 not found: Cannot Build Log4JLogger
</echo>
</target>
<target name="log4j13-warning" unless='log4j13.present' depends='init,discovery'>
<!--
- Note: log4j13 support is not available in the 1.1 release.
- If we add it in a future release, the code below should be uncommented.
-->
<!--
<echo>
*** WARNING ***
Log4j 1.3 not found: Cannot Build Log4J13Logger
</echo>
-->
</target>
<target name="logkit-warning" unless='logkit.present' depends='init,discovery'>
<echo>
*** WARNING ***
LogKit not found: Cannot Build LogKitLogger
</echo>
</target>
<target name="avalon-framework-warning" unless='avalon-framework.present' depends='init,discovery'>
<echo>
*** WARNING ***
Avalon-Framework not found: Cannot Build AvalonLogger
</echo>
</target>
<target name="jdk1.4-warning" unless='jdk.1.4.present' depends='init,discovery'>
<echo>
*** WARNING ***
JDK 1.4 not present: Cannot Build Jdk14Logger
</echo>
</target>
<target name="log4j12-test-warning" unless='log4j12.jar' depends='init,discovery'>
<echo>
*** WARNING ***
Log4J 1.2.x Jar not found: Cannot execute 1.2.x tests
</echo>
</target>
<target name='warning'
depends='log4j12-warning,log4j13-warning,logkit-warning,jdk1.4-warning,avalon-framework-warning,compile-1.4'/>
<target name="compile-only"
depends="prepare,discovery,warning,show-lib-presence,compile-non-log4j,compile-log4j12,compile-log4j13,build-jar"/>
<target name="show-lib-presence">
<echo message="jdk.1.4.present=${jdk.1.4.present}"/>
<echo message="log4j12.present=${log4j12.present}"/>
<!-- Note: log4j13 support is not available in the 1.1 release. -->
<!--<echo message="log4j13.present=${log4j13.present}"/>-->
<echo message="logkit.present=${logkit.present}"/>
<echo message="avalon-framework.present=${avalon-framework.present}"/>
</target>
<target name="compile-non-log4j" depends="prepare,discovery">
<!-- compile everything except Log4J classes -->
<javac srcdir="${source.home}"
destdir="${build.home}/classes"
debug="${compile.debug}"
deprecation="${compile.deprecation}"
optimize="${compile.optimize}"
source="${source.version}"
target="${target.version}">
<classpath refid="compile.classpath"/>
<exclude name="org/apache/commons/logging/impl/Log4J*.java"/>
<exclude name="org/apache/commons/logging/impl/Jdk13LumberjackLogger.java"
unless="jdk.1.4.present"/>
<exclude name="org/apache/commons/logging/impl/Jdk14Logger.java"
unless="jdk.1.4.present"/>
<exclude name="org/apache/commons/logging/impl/LogKitLogger.java"
unless="logkit.present"/>
<exclude name="org/apache/commons/logging/impl/AvalonLogger.java"
unless="avalon-framework.present"/>
</javac>
</target>
<target name="compile-1.4" depends="prepare,discovery,compile-non-log4j" if='executable.javac1.4'>
<!--
- Compiles those classes which require a 1.4+ JSDK.
- This target will only be executed when ant is running a pre-1.4 JVM
- and the home.jdk4 property is set.
- This configuration is typically used to create a release only.
-->
<echo message=""/>
<echo message="************************************************************"/>
<echo message=" Compiling 1.4 only classes using compiler@${executable.javac1.4}"/>
<echo message="************************************************************"/>
<echo message=""/>
<javac srcdir="${source.home}"
destdir="${build.home}/classes"
debug="${compile.debug}"
deprecation="${compile.deprecation}"
optimize="${compile.optimize}"
source="${source.version}"
target="${target.version}"
compiler='javac1.4'
fork='yes'
executable='${executable.javac1.4}'>
<classpath refid="compile.classpath"/>
<include name="org/apache/commons/logging/impl/Jdk13LumberjackLogger.java"
unless="jdk.1.4.present"/>
<include name="org/apache/commons/logging/impl/Jdk14Logger.java"
unless="jdk.1.4.present"/>
</javac>
</target>
<target name="compile-log4j12" depends="prepare,discovery">
<!-- compile the log4j1.2 support classes -->
<javac srcdir="${source.home}"
destdir="${build.home}/classes"
debug="${compile.debug}"
deprecation="${compile.deprecation}"
optimize="${compile.optimize}"
source="${source.version}"
target="${target.version}">
<classpath refid="compile.classpath"/>
<classpath>
<!--
<pathelement refid="compile.classpath"/>
<classpath refid="compile.classpath"/>
-->
<pathelement location="${log4j12.jar}"/>
</classpath>
<include name="org/apache/commons/logging/impl/Log4JLogger.java"
if="log4j12.present"/>
</javac>
</target>
<target name="compile-log4j13" depends="prepare,discovery">
<!-- compile the log4j1.3 support classes -->
<javac srcdir="${source.home}"
destdir="${build.home}/classes"
debug="${compile.debug}"
deprecation="${compile.deprecation}"
optimize="${compile.optimize}"
source="${source.version}"
target="${target.version}">
<classpath refid="compile.classpath"/>
<classpath>
<pathelement location="${log4j13.jar}"/>
</classpath>
<!--
- Note: log4j13 support not available in 1.1 release. However if we do add it
- in a future release, this entry will pick it up. In the meantime, this
- simply compiles no classes.
-->
<include name="org/apache/commons/logging/impl/Log4J13Logger.java"
if="log4j13.present"/>
</javac>
</target>
<target name="build-jar">
<copy todir="${build.home}/classes" filtering="on">
<fileset dir="${source.home}" excludes="**/*.java"/>
</copy>
<mkdir dir="${build.home}/classes/META-INF"/>
<copy file="LICENSE.txt"
todir="${build.home}/classes/META-INF"/>
<copy file="NOTICE.txt"
todir="${build.home}/classes/META-INF"/>
<jar jarfile="${build.home}/${core.jar.name}"
basedir="${build.home}/classes"
manifest="${build.home}/conf/MANIFEST.MF">
<include name="org/apache/commons/logging/**" />
<include name="META-INF/LICENSE.txt"/>
<include name="META-INF/NOTICE.txt"/>
<exclude name="**/package.html"/>
</jar>
<jar jarfile="${build.home}/${api.jar.name}"
basedir="${build.home}/classes"
manifest="${build.home}/conf/MANIFEST.MF">
<include name="org/apache/commons/logging/*.class" />
<include name="org/apache/commons/logging/impl/LogFactoryImpl*.class" />
<include name="org/apache/commons/logging/impl/WeakHashtable*.class" />
<include name="org/apache/commons/logging/impl/SimpleLog*.class" />
<include name="org/apache/commons/logging/impl/NoOpLog*.class" />
<include name="org/apache/commons/logging/impl/Jdk14Logger.class" />
<include name="META-INF/LICENSE.txt"/>
<include name="META-INF/NOTICE.txt"/>
<exclude name="**/package.html"/>
</jar>
<jar jarfile="${build.home}/${adapters.jar.name}"
basedir="${build.home}/classes"
manifest="${build.home}/conf/MANIFEST.MF">
<include name="org/apache/commons/logging/impl/**.class" />
<include name="META-INF/LICENSE.txt"/>
<include name="META-INF/NOTICE.txt"/>
<exclude name="org/apache/commons/logging/impl/WeakHashtable*.class" />
<exclude name="org/apache/commons/logging/impl/LogFactoryImpl*.class" />
</jar>
</target>
<target name='compile.jdk1.4.tests' if='jdk.1.4.present'>
<javac srcdir="${test.home}"
destdir="${build.home}/tests"
debug="${compile.debug}"
deprecation="${compile.deprecation}"
optimize="${compile.optimize}"
source="${source.version}"
target="${target.version}">
<classpath refid="test.classpath"/>
<include name='**/jdk14/**'/>
</javac>
</target>
<target name='compile.log4j.tests' if='log4j12.present'>
<javac srcdir="${test.home}"
destdir="${build.home}/tests"
debug="${compile.debug}"
deprecation="${compile.deprecation}"
optimize="${compile.optimize}"
source="${source.version}"
target="${target.version}">
<classpath refid="test.classpath.log4j12"/>
<include name='**/log4j/**'/>
<!-- NOTE -->
<!--
Pathable tests do not reference the Log4J Logger directly
but try to load them by reflection from particular loaders.
They will therefore fail unless this logger is available.
-->
<include name='**/pathable/**'/>
<!-- END NOTE -->
</javac>
</target>
<target name='compile.avalon.tests' if='avalon-framework.present'>
<javac srcdir="${test.home}"
destdir="${build.home}/tests"
debug="${compile.debug}"
deprecation="${compile.deprecation}"
optimize="${compile.optimize}"
source="${source.version}"
target="${target.version}">
<classpath refid="test.classpath"/>
<include name='**/avalon/**'/>
</javac>
</target>
<target name='compile.logkit.tests' if='logkit.present'>
<javac srcdir="${test.home}"
destdir="${build.home}/tests"
debug="${compile.debug}"
deprecation="${compile.deprecation}"
optimize="${compile.optimize}"
source="${source.version}"
target="${target.version}">
<classpath refid="test.classpath"/>
<include name='**/logkit/**'/>
</javac>
</target>
<target name="compile.tests" depends="compile"
description="Compile unit test cases">
<javac srcdir="${test.home}"
destdir="${build.home}/tests"
debug="${compile.debug}"
deprecation="${compile.deprecation}"
optimize="${compile.optimize}"
source="${source.version}"
target="${target.version}">
<classpath refid="test.classpath"/>
<exclude name='**/jdk14/**'/>
<exclude name='**/log4j/**'/>
<!-- NOTE -->
<!--
Pathable tests do not reference the Log4J Logger directly
but try to load them by reflection from particular loaders.
They will therefore fail unless this logger is available.
-->
<exclude name='**/pathable/**'/>
<!-- END NOTE -->
<exclude name='**/avalon/**'/>
<exclude name='**/logkit/**'/>
</javac>
<antcall target='compile.log4j.tests'/>
<antcall target='compile.jdk1.4.tests'/>
<antcall target='compile.avalon.tests'/>
<antcall target='compile.logkit.tests'/>
<copy todir="${build.home}/tests" filtering="on">
<fileset dir="${test.resources}" excludes="**/*.java"/>
</copy>
<jar jarfile="${build.home}/commons-${component.name}-tests.jar"
basedir="${build.home}/tests"
manifest="${build.home}/conf/MANIFEST.MF">
<exclude name="org/apache/commons/logging/Wrapper.class"/>
<exclude name="org/apache/commons/logging/jdk14/TestHandler.class"
if="jdk.1.4.present"/>
</jar>
</target>
<target name="clean" description="Clean build and distribution directories">
<mkdir dir='${build.home}'/>
<delete includeemptydirs='yes'>
<fileset dir="${build.home}" excludes='docs/**/*'/>
</delete>
<delete dir="${dist.home}"/>
<delete dir="${artifacts.home}"/>
</target>
<target name="all" depends="clean,compile,test"
description="Clean and compile all components"/>
<target name="maven-docs-warning" unless="maven.generated.docs.present" depends="discovery">
<echo>
*** WARNING ***
Maven generated documentation not found: Documentation distribution will be empty
</echo>
</target>
<target name="dist" depends="all,maven-docs-warning"
description="Create binary distribution">
<!--
- Maven is used to generate the documentation.
- However, we cannot assume that it has been run.
- So, create the appropriate directories.
-->
<mkdir dir='${build.home}'/>
<mkdir dir='${build.home}/docs'/>
<mkdir dir='${build.home}/docs/apidocs'/>
<!--
- Create a dist directory to hold all the files that go into a distribution.
- Copy the needed files from the build directory to the dist directory.
-->
<mkdir dir="${dist.home}"/>
<copy todir="${dist.home}">
<fileset dir=".">
<include name="LICENSE.txt"/>
<include name="NOTICE.txt"/>
<include name="RELEASE-NOTES.txt"/>
</fileset>
<fileset dir="${build.home}">
<include name="${core.jar.name}"/>
<include name="${api.jar.name}"/>
<include name="${adapters.jar.name}"/>
</fileset>
</copy>
<!-- Copy documentation generated by maven -->
<mkdir dir="${dist.home}/docs"/>
<copy todir="${dist.home}/docs">
<fileset dir="${build.home}/docs"/>
</copy>
<!--
- And copy the source too; we don't have separate source and binary distributions
- for logging; the source is so small there's little point.
-->
<mkdir dir="${dist.home}/src"/>
<copy todir="${dist.home}/src" filtering="on">
<fileset dir="${source.home}"/>
</copy>
<zip destfile='${dist.home}/${src.ide.name}'>
<zipfileset dir='${dist.home}/src'/>
<zipfileset dir='${dist.home}/docs/apidocs'/>
<zipfileset dir='${dist.home}' prefix='META-INF'>
<include name="LICENSE.txt"/>
<include name="NOTICE.txt"/>
</zipfileset>
</zip>
<!-- Create release artifacts in the artifacts directory -->
<mkdir dir="${artifacts.home}"/>
<fixcrlf srcdir='${dist.home}' eol='dos' includes='**/*.txt,**/*.java,**/*.html'/>
<zip destfile='${artifacts.home}/${windows.dist.name}'>
<zipfileset dir='${dist.home}' prefix='commons-${component.name}-${component.version}'/>
</zip>
<fixcrlf srcdir='${dist.home}' eol='unix' includes='**/*.txt,**/*.java,**/*.html'/>
<tar compression="gzip" destfile='${artifacts.home}/${nix.dist.name}' longfile='gnu'>
<tarfileset dir='${dist.home}' prefix='commons-${component.name}-${component.version}'/>
</tar>
<copy todir="${artifacts.home}">
<fileset dir="${build.home}">
<include name="${core.jar.name}"/>
<include name="${api.jar.name}"/>
<include name="${adapters.jar.name}"/>
</fileset>
</copy>
</target>
<!-- ========== Unit Test Targets ========================================= -->
<!--
- Target to run all unit tests.
-
- The batchtest task auto-detects what tests are available without
- any need to define TestSuite objects in the code to compose
- sets of tests to be run.
-
- Details of the unit test results for each TestCase will appear in
- a file in directory ${build.home}/test-reports, together with any
- output to stdout or stderr generated by the test code.
-
- If you're having problems running this target due to the use of
- the "junit" task below, see the comments at the head of this file.
-
- Individual tests (or subsets of tests) can be run by doing
- ant -Dtestmatch=**/FooTestCase testall
-->
<target name="test" depends="log4j12-test-warning, compile.tests"
description="Run all unit tests">
<echo message="Test output can be found in directory ${build.home}/test-reports."/>
<delete dir="${build.home}/test-reports"/>
<mkdir dir="${build.home}/test-reports"/>
<echo message="executing tests [${testmatch}.java]"/>
<!--
- Note that the fork/forkmode settings define default behaviour for tests.
- The <test> and <batchtest> tags can override these settings if needed.
- The default settings cause a single VM to be created in which all of
- the tests are then run.
-->
<junit printsummary="off" showoutput="no" fork="yes" forkmode="once" failureproperty="test.failure">
<!-- plain output to file; brief output to console. -->
<formatter type="plain"/>
<formatter usefile="false" type="brief"/>
<!--
- Provide a set of properties pointing to the logging libs for
- the use of the PathableClassLoader class used by some unit tests.
-->
<syspropertyset refid="test-lib-props"/>
<classpath refid="test.classpath"/>
<!--
- Uncomment this to enable logging diagnostics for tests
- <jvmarg value="-Dorg.apache.commons.logging.diagnostics.dest=STDERR"/>
-->
<!--
- Auto-detect the tests to run. Checking the ${build.home}/tests
- directory for .class files rather than the src/test directory
- for .java files means that when we run the tests on platforms
- where some components (eg jdk14 logging) is not available,
- just ensuring the tests are skipped from the compile will
- also cause them to be skipped from the testing.
-
- This does introduce the danger that if tests accidentally
- fail to compile then we won't notice it here. However that
- should have been reported earlier anyway.
-->
<batchtest todir="${build.home}/test-reports">
<fileset dir="${build.home}/tests">
<include name="${testmatch}.class"/>
</fileset>
</batchtest>
</junit>
<fail if="test.failure">
One or more unit tests failed.
</fail>
</target>
</project>
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